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Sunday Science: Signs of Science

Dimitri Selibas Science
CyberTracker, software developed in collaboration with Indigenous trackers, is enabling almost anyone to collect complex biodiversity data

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Taking a Hammer to It

Jeremy Hsu New Scientist Magazine
An eye-opening read traces today’s collective rage against big tech back to the Luddite uprising the industrial revolution.

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Get Up, Stand Up | Bob Marley Live at Munich. The Secret C.I.A. Operation That Haunts U.S.-Iran Relations. AOC Speaks at UAW Strike Rally. Insurance Reps Laugh at Denying Claim. The 'Transformer' That Crawls, Rolls and Flies.

War Without Humans

Barbara Ehrenreich TomDispatch
In 1997, Barbara Ehrenreich went after the human attraction to violence in her book Blood Rites: Origins and History of the Passions of War. Now, in an updated, adapted version of an afterword, she turns from the origins of war to its endpoint.
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