Friday, 23 June 2017

Weekend Linkdump

Just some things that have caught my attention this week.  Explore and enjoy.



The Toxic Glorification of Working Too Hard at Exception Not Found
Work and Income in the Next Era at Sitra
Study reveals that green incentives could actually be increasing CO2 emissions at phys.org
Two good articles, What is Space? and Why Your Brain Hates Other People at Nautilus
Understanding Ideologies: Liberalism, Socialism and Conservatism at Philosophical Disquisitions
New measures of aging may show 70 is the new 60, reports Science Daily
Boxed in: life inside the 'coffin cubicles' of Hong Kong at the Guardian
The Abolition Of Rulership Or The Rule of All Over All from the Center for a Stateless Society (always beware of anything that describes itself as a "think tank", even if you share its political biases).
An interesting podcast discussion, "Science Fiction and Animals", courtesy of The Vegan Option
May is Machiavelli to Corbyn's Philosopher King at The Idler
Mysterious Naked Feral Man Observed in Wales at Mysterious Universe
Paleofuturism at The Great Change
And finally... Res Obscura asks, Why Are There So Many 17th Century Paintings of Monkeys Getting Drunk?

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