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Reality Checks: Seeding Oceans, Plymouth Rock Vandalized, Electric Humidity, and Calling for Barr’s resignation

  Seeding oceans with iron may not help climate change. (via phys.org) Plymouth Rock vandalized. (via USAToday) Electricity from humidity (via Ars Technica) Calling for the resignation of the US attorney general. (via NPR) Featured image credit: flickr

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Reality Checks: Coronavirus on a Cruise Ship, Women Shut out From Best Director at Oscars, Errors of Iowa, and Girls Skateboarding in Afghanistan

Stuck on a cruise ship with coronavirus. (via NYT) Again, no women are nominated for best director at the oscars. (via CNBC) The errors and poor planning of the Iowa Caucus.  (via Ars Technica) A documentary about skateboarding in Afghanistan as a girl (via NPR) Featured image credit: flickr

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Reality Checks: Dating via Wasps, Currents and Global Warming, Ancient Volcano Climbing, and Coronavirus Contagion

Mud wasp dating. (via BBC) Global warming is speeding up the planetary currents. (via Sciencemag) Ancient volcano climbing neanderthal (via Ars Technica) How does the coronavirus spread? (via NPR) Featured image credit: flickr

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Reality Checks: Think Before You Like A Russian Bot, Murder of Butterfly Conservationist, Fooling GPS Data, and Myelin’s link to Autism.

What Russian Bots look like. (via Rolling Stone) Butterfly Conservationist found dead. (via CNN) How to create a virtual traffic jam. (via Ars Technica) Autism and myelin. (via NPR) Featured image credit: flickr

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Reality Checks:Wage Gap, Gabbard vs Clinton, Glass Brains, and Pettifogging

22 men are richer than all of Africa’s women. (via Al Jazeera) Tulsi Gabbard sues Hilary Clinton. (via Reuters) Glass brains from Vesuvius, (via Ars Technica) History of pettifogging. (via NPR) Featured image credit: flickr

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