Razib Khan's Unsupervised Learning

Razib Khan
Conversations on genetics, history, politics, books, culture and evolution
Created 12 Sep 2020
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  • The Sun Never Sets on the Anglo-Saxons (part 2)
    16 Jan 20221 day ago • 2 min read • 19 8
    Subscribe now Give a gift subscription Share Related: Part 1, Britain’s final triumphant wave of genetic conquerors. Julius Caesar was the first Roman general to make landfall in Britain, but his sojo...
  • The Sun Never Sets on the Anglo-Saxons (part 1)
    16 Jan 20221 day ago • 1 min read • 24 10
    600 AD Subscribe now Give a gift subscription Share Related: Part 2, The genetic impact of the Anglo-Saxon conquest and how Britain became England. Evolutionary biology and genetics were both born in ...
  • William Gunn: from the bench to tech
    13 Jan 2022 • 1 min read • 2 1
    Subscribe now Give a gift subscription Share Have you ever wondered how academic publishing works? If you’re not in academia, probably not, but you might be surprised by how much intrigue and politics...
  • David Sloan Wilson and Charles C. Mann on E. O. Wilson's legacy
    11 Jan 2022 • 2 min read • 8 1
    E. O. Wilson, 1929 – 2021 Subscribe now Give a gift subscription Share The day after Christmas 2021, the great entomologist and evolutionary biologist E. O. Wilson died at the age of 92. Carl Zimmer i...
  • Chris Arnade: walking across America
    07 Jan 2022 • 1 min read • 10 7
    Subscribe now Give a gift subscription Share Today’s podcast guest, erstwhile scientist and bond-trader Chris Arnade is a cultural commentator, photographer and novelist. Arnade’s father was a refugee...
  • RKUL: Time Well Spent 01/01/2022
    01 Jan 2022 • 10 min read • 13 7
    One quick housekeeping note for anyone considering a monthly subscription. I will be upping the monthly rate from $8 to $9 on January 3rd (the annual rate will remain the same for the time being). It’...
  • Did Daddy write about IQ again yet?
    31 Dec 2021 • 5 min read • 23 13
    Traffic over the last 14 months, with major posts labeled Subscribe now Give a gift subscription Share I’m not sure any of my children but the eldest have the faintest idea what IQ means, but she is a...
  • R. Taylor Raborn: evolutionary genetics, good enough for government work
    30 Dec 2021 • < 1 min read • 7 0
    Subscribe now Give a gift subscription Share This week on the Unsupervised Learning podcast, R. Taylor Raborn, a genomicist and associate bioinformatics principal investigator at the National Biodefen...
  • Geography by the numbers: what territory we've covered
    30 Dec 2021 • 2 min read • 12 6
    Bubbles proportional to the word count by region Subscribe now Give a gift subscription Share Over the last 14 months I’ve written on the order of 200,000 words on this Substack, with the majority foc...
  • Looking back: postscripts to five most-read posts
    29 Dec 2021 • 6 min read • 19 1
    Etruscans in repose Subscribe now Give a gift subscription Share As 2021 slinks out the door, I’m looking back on my first 14 months of writing on Substack. In 2022, my longtime blog gnxp.com, on the ...
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