Monday, June 16, 2014

Early Week Reads

This was going to be weekend reads, but we got busy with field work and I didn't get anything done here:

How A New Evolutionary Map Could Help Farmers Eliminate Fertilizer - Pacific Standard.  On developing nitrogen fixing cereal grains.  That would be a revolution in sustainable agriculture.  Still leaves P and K, though.

Turning 14 in Cincinnati: 'I worry about surviving' - Cincinnati Enquirer.  Wow.  Very sad.

The Eccentric Genius Whose Time May Have Finally Come (Again) - The Atlantic

How Ronald Reagan Changed Bruce Springsteen's Politics - Politico

Earth may have underground 'ocean' three times that on surface - Guardian

It's Not Surprising Two Harrier Jets Have Crashed in a Month - Wired.

The Biggest Housing Bubble in the World is in....Canada? - Wonkblog. The Vancouver market has Chinese cash pouring in.

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