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Opinion:  Trump should fill Christians with rage. How come he doesn’t?

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Opinion: Trump should fill Christians with rage. How come he doesn’t?


Via: Thomas  •  Broliver Stagnasty's Hat Stand  •  183 Comments  •  4 Likes  •  3 weeks ago

“I want the meanest, toughest SOB I can find to protect this nation,” Southern Baptist pastor Robert Jeffress explained in his 2016 defense of Trump.

Recycling Lead-Acid Batteries Is Easy. Why Is Recycling Lithium-ion Batteries Hard? - CleanTechnica

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Recycling Lead-Acid Batteries Is Easy. Why Is Recycling Lithium-ion Batteries Hard? - CleanTechnica


Via: Thomas  •  Broliver Stagnasty's Hat Stand  •  7 Comments  •  5 Likes  •  2 months ago

The lithium-ion batteries in today's electric vehicles outperform older lead-acid batteries Lead-acid batteries

Cities: How a 'lens of care' can transform US neighborhoods - CSMonitor.com

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Cities: How a 'lens of care' can transform US neighborhoods - CSMonitor.com


Via: Thomas  •  Broliver Stagnasty's Hat Stand  •  11 Comments  •  2 Likes  •  3 months ago

How do you interrupt the social and historical patterns leading to segregated neighborhoods and "opportunity hoarding"? One answer is an "ethic of...

A Question For All

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A Question For All


By: Thomas  •  Broliver Stagnasty's Hat Stand  •  350 Comments  •  13 Likes  •  5 months ago

Quotes? Who Needs Quotes? This is not the question

Did the First Americans Arrive via Land Bridge? This Geneticist Says No.

Did the First Americans Arrive via Land Bridge? This Geneticist Says No.


Via: Thomas  •  Anthropology & Archeology  •  64 Comments  •  11 Likes  •  7 months ago

Given the fast and furious pace of discovery in this field, Raff is clear that not everyone will agree with her interpretations of the data. “All...

Early Civilizations Had It All Figured Out A contrarian account of our prehistory argues that cities once flourished without rulers and rules—and still could.

Early Civilizations Had It All Figured Out A contrarian account of our prehistory argues that cities once flourished without rulers and rules—and still could.


Via: Thomas  •  History & Sociology  •  15 Comments  •  3 Likes  •  11 months ago

As a stab at grandeur stripped of grandiosity, the book rejects the logic of technological or ecological determinism, structuring its narrative...

Actors in space: Russians, Capt. Kirk lift off to new heights

Actors in space: Russians, Capt. Kirk lift off to new heights


Via: Thomas  •  News & Politics  •  6 Comments  •  1 Like  •  last year

Some actors are ready to go beyond green screens for intergalactic movies. On Tuesday, a Russian actress blasts off to film the first ever movie in...

Can America save its national dish? Americans invented the dessert we call pie. Why are we letting it die?

Can America save its national dish? Americans invented the dessert we call pie. Why are we letting it die?


Via: Thomas  •  Wine & Food  •  54 Comments  •  3 Likes  •  last year

For a lot of people, pie is all about the filling; the crust is an afterthought. Without the crust, though, you are eating a mousse, a custard or a...

How Twitter can ruin a life: Isabel Fall's complicated story - Vox

How Twitter can ruin a life: Isabel Fall's complicated story - Vox


Via: Thomas  •  Mental Health and Wellness  •  5 Comments  •  last year

Isabel Fall's sci-fi story "I Sexually Identify as an Attack Helicopter" drew the ire of the internet. This is what happened next.

The Girl in the Kent State Photo

The Girl in the Kent State Photo


Via: Thomas  •  Health, Science & Technology  •  17 Comments  •  7 Likes  •  last year

In 1970, an image of a dead protester immediately became iconic. But what happened to the 14-year-old kneeling next to him?

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