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The Sciences

Friday Fluff – November 12th, 2010

Gene ExpressionBy Razib KhanNovember 12, 2010 9:04 PM
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1. First, a post from the past: Extremism in defense of precision is no vice. 2. Weird search query of the week: '"it's a jersey thing" gnxp.' 3. Comment of the week, in response to Tariffs, not trade?:

You’re ignoring intergenerational wealth transfer. Grandparents don’t like to see their grandchildren’s parents out of work, or forced to move out of state to find work. They don’t like to see their former workplaces (whether GM or “Main street” shops) “diminished” by competition from cheap imports.

4) How do you feel about the fact that the raison d'etre of many public libraries is becoming their internet service? 5) And finally, your weekly fluff fix: a little different. Check out how cats lap milk from the recent Sciencepaper.

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