Experiment shows Einstein’s quantum ‘spooky action’ approaches the human scale The Conversation (UserFriendly).
Mental Health On A Budget Slate Star Codex
Snipers ordered to shoot children, Israeli general confirms Electronic Intifida. With transcript.
Yes, Trump and Kim Can Make a Deal That’s Good for Everyone Foreign Policy (!).
Kim Jong-un made Donald Trump an offer he couldn’t refuse The Interpreter
Problematic pudding: Korean Summit dessert draws ire from Japan Asian Correspondent
Best 30 Books to Understand Modern China What’s on Weibo. Seems heavy on digital, light on China’s working class and interior. Can readers augment?
Everyday politics Aeon
EU ambassadors band together against Silk Road Handelsblatt
The Consumer Complaints Database That Could Disappear From View NPR. “So far, Americans have filed more than a million of these complaints.”
Dems slam CIA offer to view classified Haspel records Politico. If we’d prosecuted the torturers, we’d have plenty of records, but on that, as on so much else, [genuflects] Obama chose not to govern. And here we are. “Slam,” forsooth.
What if the Insider Threat Is You? The Cipher Brief
2016 Post Mortem
Hillary’s aides called the Clinton Foundation ‘Chelsea’s nest egg’, reveals new book whose author is being trolled on Twitter by former first daughter for writing ‘fiction’ Daily Mail. Chozick freezes her eggs to cover Clinton’s campaign and write this book, and what thanks does she get? “Believe the woman”? Lol no. Trolling is the response she gets.
Democrats in Disarray
Inside A Divisive Fight Over How A Top Progressive Think Tank Handled Sexual Harassment Buzzfeed. “CAP’s handling of the allegations against [Benton] Strong came as a profound disappointment to the young progressive women who joined the organization, many of whom saw their jobs as an entrée to what they expected would be the Clinton White House.” Life’s little ironies…
Joy-Ann Reid’s ‘I Was Hacked’ Story Doesn’t Add Up New York Magazine. I’m shocked.
Should Big Brother Be Public or Private? Sardonicky
Smart homes are a dystopian nightmare FT. There’s that word, “smart.”
The rise of the cyber-humanitarians New Internationalist
Imperial Collapse Watch
History notes: A scrap book of words and actions Monthly Review
Commitment & analysis Stumbling and Mumbling
U.S. inequality: It’s worse than we thought Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis. “We”?
Why the Cause of Full Employment Is Back from the Dead The American Prospect
Marxists Look Back on the Russian Revolution The American Conservative
Anti-fracking documentary wins top prize at EarthxFilm GreenSourceDFW. “Unfractured follows biologist and mother Sandra Steingraber as she reinvents herself as an outspoken activist and throws herself into the fight against fracking in New York State.” A successful fight. Let’s not be afraid to use the word “win”!
Take the City Nature Challenge City Nature Challange (EA). “Nearly 70 cities will be competing to see who can make the most observations of nature, find the most species, and engage the most people in the worldwide 2018 City Nature Challenge.” Runs April 27-30. Sound neat!
‘We’re doomed’: Mayer Hillman on the climate reality no one else will dare mention Guardian. “So many aspects of life depend on fossil fuels, except for music and love and education and happiness. These things, which hardly use fossil fuels, are what we must focus on.”
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See yesterday’s Links and Antidote du Jour here.