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Bryan Walsh
Contributor , , others. Former international editor, foreign correspondent. Covering enviroment, science, health, global issues. brwalsh@gmail.com
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Ed Finn 3h
So excited about this book club! FYI We're aiming to almost double the number of annotations from the print book on , . Many up already, with more to come this spring.
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J. Courtney Sullivan 23h
Out to dinner, eavesdropping on an Ivy League admissions director. He says the person most mentioned in college essays BY FAR is Hermione Granger.
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Full Frontal Jan 15
Three months ago, you walked out of an event in disgust because of a non-violent protest by black athletes.
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karl taro greenfeld Jan 14
I hope this is writing on his pad "I will not throw stupid challenge flags" 100 times
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Chris Hayes Jan 14
Ah yes, it’s the people *calling the president a racist* who are the real problem.
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David Sanger Jan 13
Hawaii false alert should be an early warning sign of what happens when the nuclear age collides with the digital age. Panic precedes confirmation; decision-times shrink. In Cold War we had more than a few false alarms, but they were detected before someone hit the panic button.
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Bryan Walsh Jan 13
Falcons really don’t need to interfere with these passes. They interfere with themselves.
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Dr. Jonathan D Quick Jan 13
This is a giant red flare. If we can't supply the nation's hospitals during a severe flu season, what will we do when a pandemic strikes. Leaders, heed the warning. Preparedness should be a top national and global priority.
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Bryan Walsh Jan 12
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Ed Finn Jan 12
Great review of our edition of Frankenstein in @SciMagBooksthis week!
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Eliot Peper Jan 12
Psst, hey Twitter, my new novel is now available for preorder. BANDWIDTH is a science fiction thriller about hackers and spies grappling over the geopolitics of tech and climate change. It comes out May 1.
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Bill Kristol Jan 11
Two weeks ago a 26-year old soldier raced repeatedly into a burning Bronx apartment building, saving four people before he died in the flames. His name was Pvt. Emmanuel Mensah and he immigrated from Ghana, a country Donald Trump apparently thinks produces very subpar immigrants.
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Philip Gourevitch Jan 11
this is the irreducible poison at the core of Trump’s politics, the deadly essence of the birtherism that launched him & the voter disenfranchisement by which he hopes to hang on: his bedrock conviction that a non-white person is shithole person and cannot be a legit American
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Dan Stewart Jan 11
The U.S. Embassy was put up for sale on Oct. 27, 2008 — eight days before Obama won the presidential election
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Bryan Walsh Jan 11
I wrote a piece for on why it might not be a great idea to put tens of thousands of new apartments in one of New York's most climate-vulnerable neighborhoods:
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Siobhan O'Connor Jan 11
New idea: treat cable news like cigarettes and ban it in all places of work, not just gyms
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Matthew Zeitlin Jan 10
Past presidents have publicized their flu shots. Trump said in 2015 that he's never gotten one ("I’ve never had a flu shot, and I’ve never had the flu") and the White House won't say if he did this year
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Bryan Walsh Jan 9
Maybe don’t send your super-secret spy satellite into orbit on a private company’s rocket?
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Vox Jan 9
Oprah may be the most powerful quack enabler on the planet
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Alex Burns Jan 9
"The starkest sign of a rotten media ecosystem is that a book this flimsy and dubious could dominate the news cycle."
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