Monday, March 13, 2017

Miss Cellania's Links

10 Things We’ll See in 10 Years.

Poor, sick and voted for Trump: Now what?

Why Georges Lemaître Should Be as Famous as Einstein. His ideas about the universe are well-known, but he isn't.

Car Stolen Twice; Owner Tracks It. This  story contains so many astonishing things about our modern world that it's hard to know where to start.

He Swapped Email Signatures With a Female Co-Worker, and Learned a Valuable Lesson. There's nothing like walking a mile in another's moccasins.

Sergey Zimov and his son Nikita founded Pleistocene Park in 1996, and since then have stocked it with bison, musk oxen, wild horses, and other grass-eating beasts. But to move the ecosystem back to the Ice Age, they need the tree-trampling talents of wooly mammoths.

John Oliver explains the Republican health care bill on Last Week Tonight. NSFW language. Top comment: "I would say there is no way possible that this bill goes through. But the last time I said something is impossible, Donald Trump became the president of the United States."

Monopolies are ruining our economy, at least for the labor force. Any one of these links will explain the problem, but you'll want to bookmark it to read more later.

Two Irish Villages Claim the Skeleton of Napoleon's Horse. But did the stallion ever exist at all? (via Damn Interesting)

10 good films about complicated women over 40. When life gets complicated, women get interesting.

I’m Trans, Disabled, And Tired Of Fighting To Get Into Bathrooms.

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