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TED Talks - always worth your time
Hans Rosling, an amazing guy
His software on your personal the video if you install it
Google public data explorer is very cool with lots of data to explore

Marc Breedlove, where I get many of my neuroscience-related links

  1.  Dazzling new images of Jupiter show the shrinking of the Great Red Spot - The Washington Post
  2.  51 Eri b: Direct photo of an exoplanet.
  3.  Kilogram conflict resolved at last : Nature News & Comment
  4.  How to take a dinosaur’s temperature | Science/AAAS | News
  5.  Most animal research studies may not avoid key biases | Science/AAAS | News
  6.  Fungi can help monarchs self-medicate | Science/AAAS | News
  7.  Wildlife Photographer of the Year: Warring foxes take prize - BBC News
  8.  Asteroids and volcanoes: Both may have caused the dinosaurs extinction.
  9.  Biomedical researchers lax in checking for imposter cell lines : Nature News & Comment
  10.  Cardiff University study on the science of hallucinations - BBC News
  11.  Brain's activity map makes stable 'fingerprint' - BBC News
  12.  Gene May Prompt Male-to-Male Attraction in Worms - The New York Times
  13.  The surprising truth about how many of us are actually thieves - The Washington Post
  14.  Alaska mulls extra oil drilling to cope with climate change - BBC News
  15.  Science Consultant Pushes Back Against Unlikely Opponents - The New York Times
  16.  A Snail That Has a Jump on Climate Change - The New York Times
  17.  Is ecotourism an oxymoron? A new study suggests these ‘green’ vacations might hurt wildlife. - The Washington Post
  18.  The Martian: Scifi blockbuster is about the science.
  19.  Curiosity rover: The reward for 'whale watching' on Mars - BBC News
  20.  Will You Ever Be Able to Upload Your Brain? - The New York Times
  21.  How do you make a fish dumber? Take it out of school | Science/AAAS | News
  22.  Mystery solved: How these rocks got their strange hexagonal shape | Science/AAAS | News
  23.  Top rocks: Geologogical Society photo winners - BBC News
  24.  An Error Leads to a New Way to Draw, and Erase, Computing Circuits - The New York Times
  25.  Ted Cruz grills Sierra Club president with a fire hose of denial.
  26.  Epigenetic 'tags' linked to homosexuality in men : Nature News & Comment
  27.  Bedtime problems boost kids’ math performance | Science/AAAS | News
  28.  Horselike Fossil From 48 Million Years Ago Preserved While Pregnant - The New York Times
  29.  Blue Sky and Red Ice at Pluto, NASA Spacecraft Discovers - The New York Times
  30.  How to Watch the Draconid Meteor Shower - The New York Times
  31.  Researchers Say They’ve Recreated Part of a Rat Brain Digitally - The New York Times
  32.  The biggest mystery in mathematics: Shinichi Mochizuki and the impenetrable proof : Nature News & Comment
  33.  How scientists fool themselves – and how they can stop : Nature News & Comment
  34.  Lost lines rediscovered from the Epic of Gilgamesh | Science/AAAS | News
  35.  Video: Caterpillars head-butt intruders during turf battles | Science/AAAS | News
  36.  Homing In on the Source of Runner's High - The New York Times
  37.  Scientists: Major Coral Bleaching Crisis Spreads Worldwide - The New York Times
  38.  These political scientists may have just discovered why U.S. politics is a disaster - The Washington Post
  39.  Texas textbook controversy: Roni Dean-Burren finds omission in son's geography book.
  40.  Most worker ants are slackers | Science/AAAS | News
  41.  How spiders got their knees | Science/AAAS | News
  42.  One-eyed pigeons still use sight to find their way home | Science/AAAS | News
  43.  Israeli Google Lunar X Prize team books rocket - BBC News
  44.  Plant seeds look, smell like poop—fooling dung beetles into planting them | Science/AAAS | News
  45.  Plant uses raindrops to eat ants - BBC News
  46.  Mummification Practiced in Bronze Age Britain - The New York Times
  47.  Frogs Find Themselves in a Downward Spiral - The New York Times
  48.  Obama’s claim that ‘states with the most gun laws tend to have the fewest gun deaths’ - The Washington Post
  49.  Obama just announced the first new marine sanctuaries in 15 years - The Washington Post
  50.  Multiple stars: Crash Course Astronomy episode on binaries and more.
  51.  Some Canada Geese Are Losing Migratory Instincts - The New York Times
  52.  Gains in Antarctic ice might offset losses : Nature News & Comment
  53.  There aren’t enough male squirrels to mate with females.
  54.  Island boulders reveal ancient mega-tsunami : Nature News & Comment
  55.  Hurricane Joaquin Forecast: Why U.S. Weather Model Has Fallen Behind - The New York Times
  56.  Elizabeth Warren challenged the Brookings Institution over industry-backed research. There’s more where that came from.
  57.  Mass incarceration: A provocative new theory for why so many Americans are in prison.
  58.  Danish neuroscientist gets court sentence for doctoring data | Science/AAAS | News
  59.  NASA Releases Best Photos Yet of Pluto's Jumbo Moon, Charon - The New York Times
  60.  Study Finds Asteroid Ahead of Dinosaur Extinction Accelerated Volcanoes - The New York Times
  61.  Hurricane and Rainstorm Are Locked in a Dangerous Dance - The New York Times
  62.  Predatory publishers earned $75 million last year, study finds | Science/AAAS | News
  63.  Fresh views of Ceres but 'spots' remain mysterious - BBC News
  64.  Talking science and God with the pope's new chief astronomer | Science/AAAS | News
  65.  Video: Frog tongues stick like Scotch tape | Science/AAAS | News
  66.  Dogs would rather watch people hugging than dogs ‘hugging’ | Science/AAAS | News
  67.  How tiny killer flies pounce on prey - BBC News
  68.  Digital badges aim to clear up politics of authorship : Nature News & Comment
  69.  'Wiring diagrams' link lifestyle to brain function : Nature News & Comment
  70.  Why hunting for life in Martian water will be a tricky task : Nature News & Comment
  71.  Dulling pain may also reduce empathy | Science/AAAS | News
  72.  German defense minister accused of plagiarism | Science/AAAS | News
  73.  Rosetta's 'rubber duck' comet was once two objects - BBC News
  74.  Many Conservative Republicans Believe Climate Change Is a Real Threat - The New York Times
  75.  MacArthur ‘Genius Grant’ Winners for 2015 Are Announced - The New York Times
  76.  Mars news: NASA will make a big announcement.
  77.  New Dinosaur Species That Lived Above Arctic Circle Discovered - The New York Times
  78.  Testing Neurons With Ultrasound - The New York Times
  79.  Mormon leaders reassure faithful: Sunday’s “blood moon” isn’t sign of apocalypse.
  80.  Archimedes’ legendary sphere brought to life : Nature News & Comment
  81.  Maths whiz solves a master's riddle : Nature News & Comment
  82.  Popular gene-editing technique gets sharper molecular scissors | Science/AAAS | News
  83.  Video: Bat’s tongue baffles researchers | Science/AAAS | News
  84.  Gaia Vince wins Royal Society Winton science book prize - BBC News
  85.  The World Heard by Hominins - The New York Times
  86.  Super Blood Moon to Make Last Appearance Until 2033 - The New York Times
  87.  The lesson you never got taught in school: How to learn! | Big Think
  88. AAU Campus Sexual Assault Survey: Why such surveys don’t paint an accurate portrait of life on campus. 
  89.  Mustached kingfisher photographed for first time: Proves it is definitely not a stuffed toy.
  90.  A closer look at the nerves that slim down your fat cells | Science/AAAS | News
  91.  How societies learn to count to 10 | Science/AAAS | News
  92.  Body's 'chemical calendar' discovered - BBC News
  93.  Inside Pope Francis’ Address to Congress - The New York Times
  94.  Study: Global Warming, Evolution Are Clipping Bees' Tongues - The New York Times
  95.  NASA’s New Horizons Probe Glimpses Pluto’s Icy Heart - The New York Times
  96.  That Stinky Cheese Is a Result of Evolutionary Overdrive - The New York Times
  97.  United Nations summit: A climate change video every world leader should see.
  98.  Physicists break the quantum teleportation distance record | Science/AAAS | News
  99.  Oldest decapitation in New World dates back 9000 years | Science/AAAS | News
  100.  How the enamel coating your teeth evolved from ancient fish scales | Science/AAAS | News
  101. At Associated Press, no more climate skeptics or deniers | Science/AAAS | News

  1.  Sitting for long periods doesn’t make death more imminent, study suggests - The Washington Post
  2.  Where in the world could the first CRISPR baby be born? : Nature News & Comment
  3.  A Placebo Can Make You Run Faster - The New York Times
  4.  Nonsense excerpt: Our medical system’s obsession with certainty.
  5.  Ebola beds prevented 40,000 deaths - BBC News
  6.  Wine May Help With Diabetes - The New York Times
  7.  Compulsive Texting Takes Toll on Teenagers - The New York Times
  8.  Yes, Soda Taxes Seem to Cut Soda Drinking - The New York Times
  9.  Anorexia May Be Habit, Not Willpower, Study Finds - The New York Times
  10.  Belly button gel based on a mouthwash ingredient could save thousands of newborns | Science/AAAS | News
  11.  First 'in womb' stem cell trial to begin - BBC News
  12.  The More We Learn on Nutrition, the More We Ignore - The New York Times
  13.  Mental Health Care in West Africa Is Often a Product of Luck - The New York Times
  14.  D.E.A. Effort to Curb Painkiller Abuse Falls Short at Pharmacies - The New York Times
  15.  Nobel Renews Debate on Chinese Medicine - The New York Times
  16.  Diagnostic developers target antibiotic resistance : Nature News & Comment
  17.  Desperate Families in Delhi as Dengue Overwhelms Hospitals - The New York Times
  18.  Is your dog demented? New test may tell | Science/AAAS | News
  19.  Ebola scare as man dies in Nigerian city of Calabar - BBC News
  20.  Scottish nurse Pauline Cafferkey back in isolation - BBC News
  21.  One in three young Chinese men will die from smoking, study says - BBC News
  22.  Eating Organic Lowers Pesticide Levels in Children - The New York Times
  23.  F.D.A. Approval of OxyContin Use for Children Continues to Draw Scrutiny - The New York Times
  24.  Autism in girls and women is difficult to diagnose.
  25.  Flu drug given out "indiscriminately" - BBC News
  26.  Heart attack test 'cuts hospital stays' - BBC News
  27.  No New Ebola Cases Were Reported in the Past Week, Health Agency Says - The New York Times
  28.  A new study reveals where Americans have the most trouble sleeping - The Washington Post
  29.  For decades, the government steered millions away from whole milk. Was that wrong? - The Washington Post
  30.  New nutritional guidelines will ignore the climate, Obama administration says.
  31.  Strong placebo response thwarts painkiller trials : Nature News & Comment
  32.  Gene-editing record smashed in pigs : Nature News & Comment
  33.  Fast-tracked skin cancer drug pembrolizumab gets approval - BBC News
  34.  Ask Well: Canned vs. Fresh Fish - The New York Times
  35.  Schools Report Varying Results in Their Efforts to Comply With Nutrition Guidelines - The New York Times
  36.  Ask Well: Reversing Diabetes - The New York Times
  37.  Weight Gain Possibly Tied to Later Bedtimes - The New York Times
  38.  Mass Killers Often Rely on Past Perpetrators’ Blueprints - The New York Times
  39.  With his son terribly ill, a top scientist takes on chronic fatigue syndrome - The Washington Post
  40.  Cheerios recalled for not being gluten-free by General Mills.
  41.  DNA ‘vaccine’ sterilizes mice, could lead to one-shot birth control | Science/AAAS | News
  42.  UK end-of-life care 'best in world' - BBC News
  43.  Calcium Doesn't Improve Bone Density, Analysis Finds - The New York Times
  44.  Heart Scan Can Fine-Tune Risk Estimate for Patients Considering Statins - The New York Times
  45.  San Francisco Is Changing Face of AIDS Treatment - The New York Times
  46.  Eye Treatment Closes In on Being First Gene Therapy Approved in U.S. - The New York Times
  47.  What the Evidence Tells Us About Tea - The New York Times
  48.  3 Scientists Win Nobel Prize in Medicine for Parasite-Fighting Therapies - The New York Times
  49.  Valeant’s Drug Price Strategy Enriches It, but Infuriates Patients and Lawmakers - The New York Times
  50.  Gun control by state: Tougher laws mean fewer deaths.
  51.  Asthma steroids 'could stunt growth' - BBC News
  52.  Hypertension Drugs May Be More Effective if Taken at Night - The New York Times
  53.  Under a Farmer’s Field: A Woolly Mammoth in Michigan - The New York Times
  54.  There’s another ugly truth about pretty nails - The Washington Post
  55.  Study supports cancer link with height - BBC News
  56.  U.S. Proposes Provision on Tobacco in Trade Pact - The New York Times
  57.  Ask Well: A Myth About Refreezing Foods - The New York Times
  58.  Is an ancient virus responsible for some cases of Lou Gehrig’s disease? | Science/AAAS | News
  59.  'Good bacteria' key to stopping asthma - BBC News
  60.  Nursing Homes Bill for More Therapy Than Patients Need, U.S. Says - The New York Times
  61.  Millions More Need H.I.V. Treatment, W.H.O. Says - The New York Times
  62.  Effectiveness of Talk Therapy Is Overstated, a Study Says - The New York Times
  63.  Study Does Not Link Breast-Feeding With Child's IQ - The New York Times
  64.  Concussions in a Required Class: Boxing at Military Academies - The New York Times
  65.  Missouri Finds Planned Parenthood Didn’t Mishandle Fetal Tissue - The New York Times
  66.  Take an Eye Exam on Your Laptop - The New York Times
  67.  How a mysterious synthetic drug is making heroin even more deadly - The Washington Post
  68.  Chemotherapy and early stage breast cancer: New England Journal of Medicine study.
  69.  Treatment keeps obese mice from having overweight babies | Science/AAAS | News
  70.  Links between health problems and endocrine-disrupting chemicals now stronger, statement argues | Science/AAAS | News
  71.  Is It Old Age, or A.D.H.D.? - The New York Times
  72.  Coke Spends Lavishly on Pediatricians and Dietitians - The New York Times
  73.  Children With H.I.V. More Likely to Die of Malaria - The New York Times
  74.  Assessing the Human Toll of Volkswagen’s Diesel Deception - The New York Times
  75.  Ebola survivors’ symptoms: Sierra Leone WHO conference and how to help.
  76.  Rare 'healthy' smokers' lungs explained - BBC News
  77.  Hearing Loss Costs Far More Than Ability to Hear - The New York Times
  78.  Obama Tackles Poverty and Sexism in U.N. Speech - The New York Times
  79.  Carly Fiorina lied about Planned Parenthood video: GOP debate fact-checking.
  80.  Partnership Aims to Bolster Local Health Care Providers - The New York Times
  81.  Reacting to Videos, Planned Parenthood Fights to Regain Initiative - The New York Times
  82.  Nigeria reaches polio 'milestone' - BBC News
  83.  Ask Well: Alcoholism and Depression - The New York Times
  84.  Near the End, It’s Best to Be ‘Friended’ - The New York Times
  85.  New Drugs Prove More Effective in Treatment of Kidney Cancer, Studies Find - The New York Times
  86.  Smartphone app tracks eating habits, helps people lose weight | Science/AAAS | News
  87.  Genetic clue to breast cancer relapses - BBC News
  88.  Yohimbe Supplement Labels Lack Accurate Information - The New York Times
  89.  ‘A Watchful Eye on Farm Families’ Health’ - The New York Times
  90.  The Connection Between Cleaner Air and Longer Lives - The New York Times
  91.  WHO says most people in Europe too fat - BBC News
  92.  Combination Drug May Ease the Agitation of Alzheimer's - The New York Times
  93.  Fidgeting might be good for your health, new study suggests - The Washington Post
  94.  Tanning salons attract teenage girls with the promise of confidence, not bronzed skin.
  95.  Brain stimulation in children spurs hope — and concern : Nature News & Comment
  96.  New human virus discovered in old blood samples | Science/AAAS | News
  97.  Lab-grown kidneys work in animals - BBC News
  98.  Everyone has a 'microbial cloud' - BBC News
  99.  Sitting Is Bad for Children, Too - The New York Times
  100. Health Insurance Deductibles Outpacing Wage Increases, Study Finds - The New York Times
  101.  Bird Flu Vaccine Conditionally Approved, but Still Can’t Be Sold - The New York Times
  1.  Watch Tesla’s new autopilot handle highway driving - The Washington Post
  2.  DARPA's new ICARUS vanishing delivery vehicles program.
  3.  In California, Electric Cars Outpace Plugs, and Sparks Fly - The New York Times
  4.  California Approves SeaWorld’s Whale Habitat Expansion but Bans Breeding - The New York Times
  5.  UK firms develop drone-freezing ray - BBC News
  6.  California Bans Plastic Microbeads - The New York Times
  7.  California: Climate Change Law Signed - The New York Times
  8.  Microsoft launches the Surface Book, its Macbook Pro competitor.
  9.  Cybereason identifies vulnerability in Microsoft's Outlook Web Application.
  10.  911 butt dials strain San Francisco emergency dispatchers.
  11.  Humans are worse than radiation for Chernobyl animals, study finds | Science/AAAS | News
  12.  Climate scientist requesting federal investigation feels heat from House Republicans | Science/AAAS | News
  13.  Cuba and U.S. Agree to Work Together to Protect Marine Life - The New York Times
  14.  Ask a MacArthur genius: Can feces fuel cars? - The Washington Post
  15.  UN battle looms over finance as nations submit climate plans - BBC News
  16.  IBM Scientists Find New Way to Shrink Transistors - The New York Times
  17.  New Limit for Smog-Causing Emissions Isn’t as Strict as Many Had Expected - The New York Times
  18.  Land and Water Conservation Fund is out of budget and will expire.
  19.  Researchers use gel medium to 3-D–print biological structures.
  20.  Hurricane Joaquin forecast compared to Sandy, Virginia state of emergency.
  21.  Toxic Algae Outbreak Overwhelms a Polluted Ohio River - The New York Times
  22.  Google Unveils New Devices to Connect Smartphone and TV - The New York Times
  23.  Google Virtual-Reality System Aims to Enliven Education - The New York Times
  24.  Who Should Have Access to DNA Evidence? - The New York Times
  25.  Microsoft Leads Movement to Offset Emissions With Internal Carbon Tax - The New York Times
  26.  Smaller, Faster, Cheaper, Over: The Future of Computer Chips - The New York Times
  27.  Scientists develop a way for 3-D printers to create things as soft as jellyfish - The Washington Post
  28.  Court Rules that defendants don't have to provide smartphone passcodes.
  29.  Light-based memory chip is first to permanently store data | Science/AAAS | News
  30.  Costa Rica to Shield Sea Turtles - The New York Times
  31.  California Board Backs New Limits on Carbon From Gas and Diesel - The New York Times
  32.  Beijing Puts Ball Back in Washington’s Court on Climate Change - The New York Times
  33.  A cleaner, greener way to store solar and wind energy | Science/AAAS | News
  34.  IBM’s A.I. System Watson to Get Second Home, on West Coast - The New York Times
  35.  China to Announce Cap-and-Trade Program to Limit Emissions - The New York Times
  36.  Investors Are Mining for Water, the Next Hot Commodity - The New York Times
  37.  Flying to the edge of space without an engine is an idea so crazy it might just work - The Washington Post
  38.  Ignore Pope on climate, says Republican Marsha Blackburn - BBC News
  39.  Coming Soon to Checkouts: Microchip-Card Payment Systems - The New York Times
  40.  Drones build a flimsy rope bridge that can allegedly support a human's weight. [VIDEO]
  41.  Americans dumped twice as much trash as expected in 2012 | Science/AAAS | News
  42.  Newest Immigrants Assimilating as Fast as Previous Ones, Report Says - The New York Times
  43.  Senate Democrats to Unveil Aggressive Climate Change Bill - The New York Times
  44.  Richard Dawkins questions Ahmed Mohamed's 'motives' and sparks backlash | Science | The Guardian
  45.  Software Is Smart Enough for SAT, but Still Far From Intelligent - The New York Times
  46.  Let’s Not Move to Mars - The New York Times
  47.  9 Years of Muck, Mud and Debate in Java - The New York Times
  48.  The (Fake) Meat Revolution - The New York Times
  49. Watch how DARPA’s new close air support system works on an A-10 attack jet - The Washington Post
  50.  Chatbot Rose wins 2015's Loebner artificial intelligence prize - BBC News
  51.  Why virtual reality could be the future of viewing photographs - The Washington Post
  52.  500,000 Volkswagens recalled over emissions-control software.
  53.  Texas electricity goes negative: Wind power was so plentiful one night that producers paid the state to take it.
  54.  Artificial intelligence bots try to fool human judges - BBC News
  55.  Hope for faster treatment of urinary tract infections - BBC News
  56.  Udacity Says It Can Teach Tech Skills to Millions, and Fast - The New York Times
  57.  Handcuffed for Making Clock, Ahmed Mohamed, 14, Wins Time With Obama - The New York Times
  58.  NASA Pushes 1st Flight of Orion Spacecraft With Crew to 2023 - The New York Times
  59.  Worm's brain cells switched on with ultrasound : Nature News & Comment
  60.  New prosthetic arm can restore lost sense of touch, DARPA claims - The Washington Post
  61.  Amazon founder signals space intent - BBC News
  62.  Categories | Science/AAAS | News
  63.  Intelligent machines: Call for a ban on robots designed as sex toys - BBC News
  64.  North Korea Plans Rocket Launch That Could Lead to Missile - The New York Times
  65.  Intelligent Machines: The jobs robots will steal first - BBC News
  66.  Tool tackles power-hungry Android apps - BBC News
  67.  A Decline in the Nutritional Value of Crops - The New York Times
  68.  Solar Panels from CPS Energy: The San Antonio utility’s brilliant new business model for renewable energy.
  69.  School student's cool plastic electronics - BBC News
  70.  The world's biggest manmade wave - BBC News
  71.  Feature: There’s too much carbon dioxide in the air. Why not turn it back into fuel? | Science/AAAS | News
  72.  Big Win for Beekeepers as Court Voids Insecticide - The New York Times
  73.   McDonald’s Plans a Shift to Eggs From Only Cage-Free Hens - The New York Times
  74.  Online security braces for quantum revolution : Nature News & Comment
  75.  E.U. parliament votes to ban cloning of farm animals | Science/AAAS | News
  76.  Conference Aims to Bridge the Divide Between the Pentagon and Silicon Valley - The New York Times
  77.  Trikes unbound: How entrepreneurs unleashed a new fusion motorcycle-car - The Washington Post
  78.  Stuart Palley California wildfire photos: Photographer captures breathtaking nighttime photos that balance beauty and devastation.
  79.  Toyota to Finance $50 Million ‘Intelligent’ Car Project - The New York Times
  80.  Renovation at Javits Center Alleviates Hazard for Manhattan’s Birds - The New York Times
  81.  A Glass for Enjoying a Sip of Whisky While Floating in Space - The New York Times
  82.  California to ban flying a drone over someone's property without permission.
  83.  Starfish-killing robot close to trials on Great Barrier Reef - BBC News
  84.  Facial recognition technology: A creepy but ultimately powerful boon to society.
  85.  Chrome will default to pausing Flash ads today.
  86.  What could derail the wearables revolution? : Nature News & Comment
  87.  Take a Deep Breath, Then Check Your Smartphone - The New York Times
  88.  Google’s Driverless Cars Run Into Problem: Cars With Drivers - The New York Times
  89.  Replacing Pesticides With Genetics - The New York Times
  90.  Motion studies: See how they run : Nature News & Comment
  91.  What's in 90 Percent of Seabirds' Guts? 1 Word: Plastics - The New York Times
  92.  Can a Computer Can Tell Whether Something Was Written by a Man or a Woman? - The New York Times
  93.  Let Consumers Use Better, Cheaper Cable Boxes - The New York Times
  94.  Aerogel application history: How the super-strong, super-lightweight material made its way into cigarette filters, tennis rackets, and even nuclear weapons.
  95.  U.S. Is Seen as Laggard as Russia Asserts Itself in Warming Arctic - The New York Times
  96.  Biogas, methane, natural gas flares: U.S. industry wastes tons of gas by burning it off, but it doesn’t have to.
  97.  North Dakota House Bill 1328 amendment allows for “less than lethal” police drones.
  98.  Quantum 'spookiness' passes toughest test yet : Nature News & Comment
  99. Company offers discounted moon burials | Science/AAAS | News
  100.  Feature: Why big societies need big gods | Science/AAAS | News
  101. Tech companies are hiring more liberal-arts majors than you think - The Washington Post