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Month: May 2019

How Not To Talk About Race And Genetics

How Not To Talk About Race And Genetics

Race has long been a potent way of defining differences between human beings. But science and the categories it constructs do not operate in a political vacuum. This open letter was produced by a group of 67 scientists and researchers. The full list of signatories can be found below. –>> via Pocket http://bit.ly/2Jku7Bh
The Concept of “Race” Is a Lie

The Concept of “Race” Is a Lie

The plague of racism has, in many ways, been increasing in the last few years. Whether one looks at Hungary, Germany, Myanmar, India or Brazil, racists are becoming more visible and getting elected to public office. Then there were the horrors of the slaughters in New Zealand and Sri Lanka. –>> via Pocket http://bit.ly/30iKuDP
Meine Tochter Romy (9) wollte mit mir über die Europawahl sprechen. Ich habe sie gefragt, was denn für sie wichtige Themen sind. Hier ihre Antwort. Ich habe ihr nichts vorgesagt und keine Worte in den Mund gelegt. Das sind die Wünsche eines Kindes, das nicht wählen gehen darf. Aber wir dürfen. Und sollten auch! #europa #europawahl #kinder #alltogethernow

Meine Tochter Romy (9) wollte mit mir über die Europawahl sprechen. Ich habe sie gefragt, was denn für sie wichtige Themen sind. Hier ihre Antwort. Ich habe ihr nichts vorgesagt und keine Worte in den Mund gelegt. Das sind die Wünsche eines Kindes, das nicht wählen gehen darf. Aber wir dürfen. Und sollten auch! #europa #europawahl #kinder #alltogethernow

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How Much Coffee Is Too Much? A New Study Explores The Link Between Coffee And Cardiovascular Disease

How Much Coffee Is Too Much? A New Study Explores The Link Between Coffee And Cardiovascular Disease

On your fourth or fifth trip to bleed the office coffee machine dry, you might find a question brewing (sorry): how much coffee is too much? A recent study from the University of South Australia sought to investigate the impact of coffee consumption on cardiovascular disease, and determine that vita –>> via Pocket http://bit.ly/2Q0gtEb
Half of Scottish kids would rather play on iPad than Hide and Seek

Half of Scottish kids would rather play on iPad than Hide and Seek

More than half of Scottish kids would rather stay indoors and play on their iPad than play Hide and Seek, according to a survey. Of the 1,258 adults surveyed, more than 50% of parents found their kids would rather stay on a smartphone or tablet indoors than traditional games outside. –>> via Pocket http://bit.ly/2vTNsQZ