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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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Reality Checks: MLK for the Discomfort of White People, More Plastic, Diving Neanderthals, and Fertility Fraud

Celebrating the MLK who makes white people uncomfortable. (via Teen Vogue) New plastic about to hit the planet. (via Wired) Neanderthals may have been divers. (via Ars Technica) Fertility fraud, in which doctors substitute their own sperm. Which seems rather rape adjacent. (via NPR) Featured image credit: flickr

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Reality Checks: Insects and Gravity, Old Stardust, Trying to end Vaccine exemptions, and Consequences of Racist Housing

Insects vs Gravity. (via Cosmos) 7 Billion year old stardust. (via Gizmodo) Pro Vaccine bill fails in NJ. (via Ars Technica) Racist housing practices lead to hotter neighborhoods. (via NPR) Featured image credit: flickr

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Reality Checks: Frog Robots, Fertility, Minimum Wages vs Suicide, and 10 Most Popular NYPL Books

Building robots from frog stem cells. (via Guardian) Historic low in US fertility. (via Vox) Higher minimum wage linked to reduced suicide rate. (via Ars Technica) Top 10 most checked out books at the NYPL. (via NPR) Featured image credit: flickr

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Reality Checks: Trump, Trust, and War, a Circular Economy, and Testing Wifi Gear

Trump seems to be refraining from further military conflict with Iran, thank reason. (via NYT) Building a circular economy. (via Vox) How to test wifi gear (via Ars Technica) Much of the world distrusts Trump. (via NPR) Featured image credit: flickr

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