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Assorted links for 11/06/2019

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1. A startup just announced the world’s first fake-meat “steaks” made from fungi. Are we ready? (new-food, The New Food Economy) 2. Tales From the Teenage Cancel Culture (new-culture, NYT) 3. Economic Incentives Don’t Always Do What We Want Them To (economics, NYT) 4. The Happy, Healthy Capitalists of Switzerland (society, NYT) 5. Environmental Challenges Ahead for Coffee Beans (climate, JSTOR) Advertisements

Assorted links for 10/30/2019

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1. Will There Be Wine After Climate Change? (climate, JSTOR) 2. Growing Meat in a Lab That Doesn’t Look Like Mush (new-food, NYT) 3. Deadly Algae Are Creeping Northward (climate, The Atlantic) 4. Explore 1400 Paintings & Drawings by Vincent van Gogh–and Much More–at the Van Gogh Museum’s Online Collection (culture, Open Culture) 5. A Flowchart of Philosophical Novels: Reading Recommendations from Haruki Murakami to Don DeLillo (culture, Open Culture)

Assorted links for 10/17/2019

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1. The New Makers of Plant-Based Meat? Big Meat Companies (new-food, NYT) 2. The Great Biomass Boondoggle (energy, The New York Review of Books) 3. This Fungus Mutates. That’s Good News if You Like Cheese (food, NYT) 4. Five Reasons the Diet Soda Myth Won’t Die (food, health, NYT) 5. If a Robotic Hand Solves a Rubik’s Cube, Does It Prove Something? (AI, NYT) 6. What We Lose When We Lose Indigenous Knowledge (culture, JSTOR)

Assorted links for 09/09/2019

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1. What If We Stopped Pretending? The climate apocalypse is coming. To prepare for it, we need to admit that we can’t prevent it. by Jonathan Franzen (climate, The New Yorker) 2. Summer heat killed nearly 1,500 in France, officials say (climate, BBC) 3. Whale songs are getting deeper. by Rebecca Giggs (nature, The Atlantic) 4. Big Ag wants a cut of booming fake-meat market (new-food, Reuters) 5. How a Manhattan Scion Built a Rural […]