CK Links--Friday March 4, 2016


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The myth of the salted beans! (Dad Cooks Dinner)

Food journalists everywhere have become Michael Pollanized. (Jayson Lusk)

Chipotle doesn't subject itself to a strict interpretation of non-GMO. (Food Navigator)

Some beverages at Starbucks have as much sugar as a dozen Krispy Kreme donuts. (HuffPo)

The problem of food research funded by food companies. (Vox)

How to love your fate, or: Nietzsche meets Stoicism. (Full Scream)

From the author of the new book The Confidence Game, an insightful article about coincidences and how we're fated to believe in fate. (Undark)

Where does swearing get its power? Long, but very interesting. (Aeon)

A fun website for logic fallacy geeks (uh, like me). (Your Logical Fallacy Is)

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Melissa said...

Love The Confidence Game article. As I'm sure you can guess, I do not believe in fate, I believe in science and math. I always love seeing confirmation of that, I suppose. ;)

Daniel said...

Heh, to the contrary I *do* believe in fate, but I'm a much less credulous believer in it after reading that article. ;)