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Jay Lake
Date: 2012-07-13 02:40
Subject: [links] Link salad follows Horace Greeley's advice
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Tags:audio, cool, funny, gender, links, oregon, personal, podcasts, politics, race, science, sex, sports, stories, tech, weird
Pseudopod 290: The American Dead — A podcast of one of my stories.

Women are people too[info]fjm on the subject of women's clothes.

Oregon stone tools enliven 'earliest Americans' debate

Dinosaur Sex Experts Concur That Animals Mated Front To Back — How the heck does one become a "dinosaur sex expert", anyway? (Thanks, I think, to Lisa Costello.)

Justin Bieber Blasted Me With His Gondola-Based Sonic Ray Machine

xkcd asks, “what if…?”

Virgin Galactic announces new launch vehicle

After 14 Years, Furby Has Returned — I had one of those the last time around… (Thanks to Dad.)

The Other Joe Paterno — Ta-Nehisi Coates on the vile evil of Joe Paterno and the Penn State football program. Where are the ones who walk away from State College, PA?

Voters Would Accept Black, Female, Catholic,or Hispanic President — (Via David Goldman.)

What Is Causing The Increase In Political Violence In America? — Conservatives and hate speech. (Thanks to [info]danjite.)

The Mystery of John Roberts — More on Supreme Court history and rulings.

?otD: Going west?




7/13/2012
Writing time yesterday: 1.0 hour (workshop crit and WRPA)
Body movement: n/a (airport walking to come)
Hours slept: 6.0 (fitful)
Weight: n/a
Currently reading: Before They Are Hanged by Joe Abercrombie

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Lisa Costello
User: radiantlisa
Date: 2012-07-13 13:40 (UTC)
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Re: xkcd's baseball What If: that's one hell of a HBP.

And you're welcome, I think, on the dinosaur sex ... LOL
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jordan179
User: jordan179
Date: 2012-07-13 17:01 (UTC)
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Oregon stone tools enliven 'earliest Americans' debate.

Looks as if evidence is building that the coming of the Paleoindians was a messier and more drawn-out process than previously beleived. What's interesting about this from a paleontological perspective is that the earlier colonists seem not to have triggered any mass extinction. Maybe the Folsom culture, with a more land-based technology including a superior hunting toolkit, could regularly take larger animals than could their more-maritime predecessors?

Modern Amerindian tribal organizations, of course, are too busy being Creationist (yep, just a different Creation story) and obstructionist toward science to join in this debate. Too bad.
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