Happy Thanksgiving to my USA-based readers! Here are some interesting links from around the internet... to aid you in digestion. As always, I welcome your thoughts.
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Disdain for math puts consumers at a disadvantage. (Eating Rules, via Simply Cooked)
There's little evidence that milk "does a body good." (The Incidental Economist)
Intriguing study: the primary regulator of saturated fat levels in your blood is the carbohydrates in your diet. (Ohio State University, via Addicted to Canning)
"Real food is cheaper than processed food. It doesn't have to be organic; it doesn't have to come from the farmer's market. You can eat well and improve your diet dramatically simply by making that change." (Audubon Magazine)
"I wanted to save the planet. I was definitely on the moral high ground. Or was I?" (Matt Ridley)
Free speech is so last century. (The Spectator)
Provocative argument against "totalitolerance." (Ex-Army)
Downsizing, decluttering, and giving my brain permission to forget. (Steve Pavlina)
Useful, insightful post on "outcome bias." (ValueWalk)
On the absurdity of self-righteousness. (Brain Pickings)
Where is that 3rd dimension? Show us! Point to it! (Carl Sagan on Youtube)
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