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Pete's May 2022 update

Nutmeg 🐾 First we named the shellducks (Bill and Fleur). Then we named the rabbits (Stewart and Willow, then Hazel, then Cinnamon and Sugar). Then we named the hedgehogs. You might think there was a little…

09 Jun 2022
Pete Lead’s startup updates by Pete Lead
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Alain Samson is the founder of BehavioralEconomics.com and Chief Science Officer at Syntoniq. In the past, Alain worked as a consultant, researcher, and scientific advisor, both independently and through…

29 Jun 2022
Beyond Nudge by India Behavioural Economics Network
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In defense of secular standards

Couldn’t resist, sorry. So many questions and concerns gender-critical feminists raise with trans activists fail to get any kind of answer, whether it's "What's transphobic about safeguarding?" or "How…

29 Jun 2022
Writing behavior by Eliza Mondegreen by Eliza Mondegreen
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"Game over for mathematicians?"

…when it is a question of … forms in which the proletarians carry out before our eyes their organization as a class, some are seized with real fear and others display a transcendental disdain.1 This week…

29 Jun 2022
Silicon Reckoner by Michael Harris
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Empire To Expand NATO In Response To War Caused By NATO Expansion

Listen to a reading of this article: ❖ Turkey's President Erdoğan has officially withdrawn Ankara's objection to the addition of Finland and Sweden to NATO membership, with the three countries signing…

29 Jun 2022
Caitlin’s Newsletter by Caitlin Johnstone
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The Great Backtrack Part II: The Quickening

As predicted, the backtracking has only just begun. MindWar: The Psychological War on Democracy The Great Backtracking Begins 🍿 h/t Mr. Jarvis Mike Rothschild and his leftist cult has been lying about…

What is the point of Twitter?

Recently I wrote about our constitutional response to COVID, and the response from Twitter was predictable. WinstonSmith.cashOnly described it “the ramblings of a mad man”. Of my argument that we should…

28 Jun 2022
A Place to Stand by Alex Penk
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💛 How to Love AI 🤖

1. There’s no real getting away from the fact that we’re living in the end times now, it seems. This is not necessarily to say that life will end, only that on a level of collective narrativity, end-times…

The Warrior Genes, Joe Rogan, And Me

We all make dumb moves when we are young. I went on the JRE. Some time ago I got in trouble after I went on a podcast and talked about controversial science. I went on the Joe Rogan Experience and we discussed…

28 Jun 2022
Charles Johnson's Thoughts and Adventures by Charles Johnson
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TWO POMES PENNY EACH

1 — AN APP TO UPSET THE DOT.COMS APPLE CART What are these odd little oblongs of paper Ruffling to the touch, colored like Ancient sepia prints of places, pursuits and personages? Commemorative of exactly…

28 Jun 2022
Shem the Penman Resurgent by Jimmy Weiskopf
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A fragile dictatorship of Uvalde Men

Subscribe now Share I’ve known and covered former state legislator and current Polk County Commissioner Neil Combee for 23 years. He has deteriorated considerably as a man and public official over that…

28 Jun 2022
Public Enemy Number 1 by Billy Townsend
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What I've Been Reading

“Above all, do not lie to yourself. A man who lies to himself and listens to his own lie comes to a point where he does not discern any truth either in himself or anywhere around him, and thus falls into…

28 Jun 2022
Rational Reflections by The Rational Walk LLC
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Rebuilding my conception of the academic life

For any subscribers who didn’t catch my announcement on Twitter or Facebook: I’m thrilled to report that I’ll be joining the UT Austin psychology department as a clinical associate professor this Fall (…

28 Jun 2022
Building the Builders by Gena Gorlin
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Snake Auction Observer 010

10 items on LiveAuctioneers ending this week that I think are undervalued, or affordable—auctions ending soonest first. (Instructions on bidding at end). But first, housekeeping. Housekeeping: Shirts are…

28 Jun 2022
SNAKE by Sami Reiss
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A Forgotten Song in a Forgotten Place

As we said yesterday, I’m always counting on the imagination of the common reader when I write a character. And lately, came to my attention an interesting book, where the author made the same observation…

28 Jun 2022
Xavier’s inklings by Xavier Truben
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Lies, Trans Lies and Statistics

I have been following the gender debates (if you can call them that) for nearly three years and it has been an eye opening experience. In many years of being involved in law and politics I have never encountered…

28 Jun 2022
justdad7’s Newsletter by justdad7
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Dogs perish when critical race theorists publish

There’s an old saying: to a hammer, everything looks like a nail. Likewise, to a professor of critical race theory, everything looks like racism. But not everything is a nail, and not all perceived disparities…

28 Jun 2022
Nathan Winograd by Nathan J. Winograd
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The Science on Lockdown Drills

It’s been a hell of a week for this country. I hope you all are hanging in there. Before I get into the meat of today’s newsletter, I want to share two things: I’m hosting another Online Parent Scream…

28 Jun 2022
Is My Kid the Asshole? by Melinda Wenner Moyer
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Wins, Woes, and Food Fights

Every week, you send us your parenting highs and lows and we publish several here. It’s a way to step back from data and remember the importance of stories. Stories are a shortcut to connection and community…

28 Jun 2022
ParentData by Emily Oster
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👂🏼 to conclude this june

👋🏽 the pleasure is all mine. Thank you for visiting my newsletter. If you are new - Hello there, it’s a pleasure to meet you! My name is Alysha Selvarajah and I am 17 years old. As of now, I am working…

28 Jun 2022
sincerely, alysha by Alysha
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