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Scurvy is the new poor people’s disease in the United States. Yes you read that right. Leigh Cowart tells the sad story at Medium: … It’s true: Scurvy is not something that you will readily encounter in mainstream American life, since death from lack of vitamin C requires poor medical care and consistent and prolonged lack of access to fresh or fortified foods.
terry priest (CC BY 2.0) What’s up with Texans and weird Bigfoot stories? via Cryptozoology News: Texas — A man claims he had multiple encounters with a “Bigfoot” creature in Marion County.
Nick Barclay is a “freelance designer who designs things.” He has a collection of minimalist movie posters available on his website.
Chalmers Johnson via Alternet: Reviewed: Democracy Incorporated by Sheldon S. Wolin (Princeton University Press, 2008) It is not news that the United States is in great trouble.
Australian private schools are increasingly taking their senior students to volunteer in orphanages, but they’re doing more harm than good.
Re-published with permission from Art Killing Apathy On the eve of the FCC decision to uphold Net Neutrality, activists provided an artful activism show of continued support for digital rights and freedoms.
Jello Biafra and Mojo Nixon perform the song “Love Me, I’m a Liberal” at a special benefit for Paul Williams in San Francisco on June 28, 2009.
An Italian doctor plans to graft a living person’s head on to a donor body using procedures he believes will soon be ready, per the Guardian: A surgeon says full-body transplants could become a reality in just two years.
Jimmy Dore is a comedian, show-host and best-selling author. In this interview Ron Placone and Jimmy go full-throttle on the corporate media, misinformation, creationism vs.
This image shows the fuzzy logic algorithm which reads the consumption energy and the monthly average of daily solar radiation and gives the output of the system which is the PVP surface and the battery capacity.
[AndreasS] (CC BY 2.0)via ScienceDaily: New research by a UT Dallas criminologist has found that a substantial number of prison inmates have not received treatment for mental health conditions.
Luis (CC BY 2.0) Can you guess the number one prescribed medication in the USA between 2013-2014? It was for under-active thyroid!
Glenn Greenwald writes at the Intercept: One of the many pressing stories that remains to be told from the Snowden archive is how western intelligence agencies are attempting to manipulate and control online discourse with extreme tactics of deception and reputation-destruction.
I’d like to offer this up as a working prototype. Nothing says sexy like a portrait of the man who inspired the word “sadism” over the crotch.
Spencer Ackerman writes at the Guardian: The Chicago police department operates an off-the-books interrogation compound, rendering Americans unable to be found by family or attorneys while locked inside what lawyers say is the domestic equivalent of a CIA black site.
Photo Cred: Reddit user tbc34 There’s a clay tablet at the British Museum that contains something social media users know all too well: a customer complaint. Apparently the wrong grade of copper ore was delivered to Nanni, and this severely pissed Nanni off.
Why is it that women can retain their heterosexuality if they kiss, but if men do the same they’re labeled gay?
This is an artist’s impression of a quasar with a supermassive black hole in the distant universe. Credit: Zhaoyu Li/NASA/JPL-Caltech/Misti Mountain Observatory via ScienceDaily: Scientists have discovered the brightest quasar in the early universe, powered by the most massive black hole yet known at that time.
Abby juxtaposes the outrage over Brian Williams’ lie about his experience in Iraq with the lack of concern with lies peddled by journalists like Judith Miller in the lead up to the Iraq War.