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Wednesday, January 24, 2018

Sunspots 661

Things I have recently spotted that may be of interest to someone else:

Christianity: A Relevant writer says that your relationship with God is what is most important in defining who you are.

Relevant also has an article debunking myths about charitable giving.

Computing: Wired on how Android apps track us. The article suggests an app source as an alternative to the Google Play store. (The article doesn't consider iOs systems much, but indicates that there are similar problems with Apple devices, too.)

Health: Wired tells us what's in Tide pods.

Politics:  National Public Radio reports that almost all of the National Park Service advisory board has resigned.

And Scientific American reports that dismissing scientific advice has become a hallmark of the Trump administration.

NPR reports that Irish immigrants are being deported, too, not just Hispanics.

Science: NPR reports that scientists are beginning to study the left- and right-paw preferences of cats.

Thanks for looking!

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1 comment:

FancyHorse said...

I'm posting the report from Scientific American on my Facebook page.