CK Links--Friday September 23, 2016


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A quick announcement: my friend and blogging colleague Monica Bhide just released a new novel: Karma and the Art of Butter Chicken. Filled with poetry and food, it follows the journey of a young man as he tries to overcome a tragic childhood and manifest his dream to feed the hungry. Take a look!

Remember last week's link about how the sugar industry distorts dietary science? Here's an intriguing rebuttal, with an interesting take on "bias" in research. (Nutrevolve)

If you saw this week's post at CK and were curious about Black Swallowtail Butterflies, you can actually raise your own! Here's how. (Texas Butterfly Ranch)

Consumers aren't exactly overjoyed to pay extra for cage-free eggs, leading to losses and substantial oversupply. (Jayson Lusk)

Saving a young man from a life of financial depravity. (Mr. Money Mustache)

Intriguing short article about an inventor who figured out a way to turn waste plastic from the ocean into low-cost building materials. (Popular Science)

Beware of policymakers who pathologize others for doing things they don't understand, without realizing it is their understanding that is limited. (Medium)

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