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Bryan Walsh
Writer on science, health and the environment. Working on a book about existential risk for . Former international editor . brwalsh@gmail.com
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Andrew Katz Dec 7
Just published: 's curated, sequenced, exhaustive look at 2018 through the top 100 pictures. Full of epic, important, fantastic photojournalism.
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Andrew Maynard Dec 8
Yet more tough questions around the responsible use of emerging science and technology
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Doctors w/o Borders Dec 7
Today is a dark day. We've been forced to terminate lifesaving search and rescue operations in the Mediterranean. Not only has Europe failed to provide search and rescue capacity, it has also actively sabotaged others’ attempts to save lives.
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Jeffrey Ball Dec 7
Out today, my essay in : ’s show how skewed economics have subsidized the de­velopment of na­ture’s rough edge — a lux­ury that, amid change, so­ci­ety can less and less af­ford:
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Sarah Begley Dec 7
“Arguing that women are just naturally better at caretaking or domestic work has become a clever way to shirk living up to progressive values while claiming you are simply complimenting women on their stellar ironing skills.” — 
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R. Daniel Bressler Dec 6
Excited to announce my new article coauthored with ! It’s on a topic we think is really important.
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Nate Silver Dec 5
It's fashionable to predict that fewer people will be meat-eaters in the future but the percentage of vegetarians and vegans hasn't increased in the U.S. in 20 years.
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Bryan Walsh Dec 6
Tim Wu () lists the 10 companies that should be the target of antitrust investigations, beginning—alphabetically at least—with :
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Kate Crawford Dec 6
📣 The AI Now 2018 Report is now live! 📣 Our biggest ever report tackles the issues of AI and accountability, after a hell of a year for the tech sector. Read the report, see our 10 recommendations
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Katie Drummond Dec 6
Here is on the 10 antitrust targets the government SHOULD be investigating...but isn't.
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Soledad O'Brien Dec 6
The media so desperately wants to plug President Trump into the narrative that he is a normal President, behaving like all the others, despite constant examples to the contrary. The desperation to hit the narrative they feel comfortable with is so overt and sad.
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Megan Murphy Dec 6
Because theres's no real news happening anywhere, I wrote about my obsession with and . A little change of pace...
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Steve Snyder Dec 5
A Toy Gun, a Snapchat Post and an Arrest.....one powerful portrait of post-Parkland school safety issues
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Ed Finn Dec 5
Wow! just launched a cool new optimistic sci-fi project inspired by our Hieroglyph anthology. Really excited to see this work as it comes out.
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Robert Rohde Dec 5
The Global Carbon Project's preliminary projections for 2018 contain almost NO good news. Global carbon dioxide emissions +2.7% USA emissions +2.5% China emissions +4.7% Even coal use is slightly up globally.
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Ken Caldeira Dec 4
When people say, "The science says we must do X," is that an effective way to motivate people to do X? More philosophically, could science ever tell us what we must do, or does the perceived need for action come from our desires, informed by our understanding of the world?
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Siobhan O'Connor Dec 5
Read this job description and send it to your smart friends! Medium is hiring an editor to own our biz coverage:
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Nathanael Johnson Dec 5
Another 2 billion people are coming to dinner. How do we feed them?. via
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Анатолій АНЧИШКІН Dec 5
The Most Pernicious Misconception About Democracy by
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