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Brood X fungus making their butt fall off, produces psilocybin+amphetamine(2018) (theatlantic.com)
5 points by cududa 14 hours ago | past | discuss
Three Explanations for the Vaccine Slowdown (theatlantic.com)
1 point by fortran77 16 hours ago | past | discuss
On Substack, You Can Never Go Too Far (theatlantic.com)
11 points by jmsflknr 1 day ago | past | 1 comment
Why Does the Myth of the Confederate Lost Cause Persist? (theatlantic.com)
3 points by pmoriarty 1 day ago | past | discuss
Before You Answer, Consider the Opposite Possibility (theatlantic.com)
2 points by taheris 2 days ago | past | discuss
Elon Musk Is Maybe, Strangely, Going to Do This Mars Thing (theatlantic.com)
4 points by othello 2 days ago | past | discuss
Covid-19 Lays Bare the Price of Populism (theatlantic.com)
1 point by aarghh 2 days ago | past | discuss
The Model for Fixing the DOJ (theatlantic.com)
1 point by CapitalistCartr 2 days ago | past | discuss
I Want My Mutually Assured Destruction (theatlantic.com)
10 points by CapitalistCartr 2 days ago | past | 2 comments
The 'Xkcd' Science-Paper Meme Nails Academic Publishing (theatlantic.com)
3 points by jseliger 3 days ago | past | discuss
Scientific Publishing Is a Joke (theatlantic.com)
2 points by pseudolus 4 days ago | past | discuss
Why the Ford Mustang Mach-E Is So Important (theatlantic.com)
24 points by jseliger 4 days ago | past | 5 comments
The Problem Is Facebook (theatlantic.com)
3 points by scotchmi_st 4 days ago | past | discuss
The Opportunists – Why does a piece of art endure? (theatlantic.com)
1 point by pseudolus 5 days ago | past | discuss
How college became a ruthless competition divorced from learning (theatlantic.com)
182 points by colour 5 days ago | past | 243 comments
Scientific Publishing Is a Joke (theatlantic.com)
2 points by dynamic_sausage 5 days ago | past | 1 comment
Elon Musk Is Maybe, Strangely, Going to Do This Mars Thing (theatlantic.com)
8 points by mpweiher 5 days ago | past | discuss
Scientific Publishing Is a Joke (theatlantic.com)
4 points by samizdis 5 days ago | past | 3 comments
Elon Musk Is Maybe, Strangely, Going to Do This Mars Thing (theatlantic.com)
7 points by samizdis 5 days ago | past | discuss
The Opportunists (theatlantic.com)
85 points by samclemens 6 days ago | past | 21 comments
What Are No-Vaxxers Thinking? (theatlantic.com)
2 points by ryan_j_naughton 6 days ago | past | discuss
The Gates Divorce Is About More Than a Marriage (theatlantic.com)
1 point by wslh 6 days ago | past | discuss
The Limits of Facebook's Oversight Board (theatlantic.com)
3 points by jasonhansel 6 days ago | past | discuss
History Will Judge the Complicit (2020) (theatlantic.com)
3 points by lawrenceyan 6 days ago | past | 1 comment
Stop Spending Time on Things You Hate (theatlantic.com)
3 points by paulpauper 6 days ago | past | discuss
An Artificial Intelligence Developed Its Own Non-Human Language (2017) (theatlantic.com)
2 points by Tomte 6 days ago | past | discuss
The Surprisingly Complex Inner Lives of Cicadas (theatlantic.com)
2 points by longdefeat 6 days ago | past | discuss
For some, diligence against Covid-19 remains an expression of political identity (theatlantic.com)
51 points by seriousquestion 7 days ago | past | 42 comments
Stop Spending Time on Things You Hate (theatlantic.com)
14 points by augustocallejas 8 days ago | past | 3 comments
Questions for the Boss Who Wants You Back in Your Cubicle (theatlantic.com)
1 point by tekdude 8 days ago | past | discuss

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