Bread that lasts for 60 days could cut food waste BBC (John L)
Fracking Our Food Supply Nation. Scary.
The Drug Store in American Meat Counterpunch (May S)
Take it a bit easier in the gym: Too much exercise can wear out your heart Daily Mail (May S)
7 jailed in ‘kidney for iPhone’ case Shanghai Daily
The 16 scariest maps from the E.U.’s massive new climate change report Gristmill (Aquifer)
The Big Data Fallacy And Why We Need To Collect Even Bigger Data TechCrunch (Lambert)
The very curious case of the disappearing reinsurance deal South China Morning Post
BoE tells banks to crack down on bonuses Telegraph. So what’s the Fed’s excuse?
Housing Move in Israel Seen as Setback for a Two-State Plan New York Times
Audit finds billions in unverified Medicare spending Washington Post (furzy mouse)
Republicans Take Aim at Entitlements Wall Street Journal
Bradley Manning: a tale of liberty lost in America Glenn Greenwald
Where Are the Foreclosures? Adam Levitin, Credit Slips
It’s 2007 again, thanks to the US Fed Financial Times. No, it was more fun the first time around.
Creating and Destroying the Universe in Twenty-Nine Nights New York Review of Books. For a small dose of something like this (not the artistry, but having your time sense adjusted), watch Die Große Stille, if all possible on a large screen.
Antidote du jour (Richard Smith):