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Vomit is distracting

Both my boys have been sick this week. They think the best way to inform me of said sickness is to come into my room and vomit on my bed. Or, as 3 year old Satchmo said, “I burped.” I have a post about social conservatives and small government banging around in my head (making such a racket!), but it will have to wait til I’m not chasing small people with buckets.

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So, links? Pooh-flavored links!  (What?  We read when we’re sick.):
In which we are reassured of the reliability of “Scientific Research.” Or not.  It seems to me that we make a couple of naive mistakes about science: 1) We forget that scientists are people, and not a special breed of “better people”, just people susceptible to the same screwups, dishonesty and bad thinking that the rest of the race is. 2) We falsely think “The scientific enterprise” is completely new and wonderful and a fix for everything that ails us. (see 3rd paragraph from the end for a taste of this.) Even before we invented terms like “scientific method” and “peer reviewed studies” humans have been discovering. You might say we’re hard wired for discovery. “Science” is not new. Like every human endeavor, we can make it better and more efficient (eg: indoor plumbing!). Or, as the article shows, not.  Also, what do we do with this information?  Like the guy said, I’d feel better if people said, “Honestly, we don’t know,” rather than pretending to know and lying to us.  Grrrr.
In which we learn, once again, for the billionth time, that price controls do not work. Unless, by work you mean to distort the market, reward favored groups and keep prices high.  Can we stop now? Seriously, when in the history of history have price controls worked? It also reminded me of this Radio Lab on Emergence. (Substitute markets for groups and you have a good explanation for why free markets thrive and manipulated markets don’t. Also, see Bill Whittle’s Firewall series.)
Both of the above links come via Glenn Reynolds, the Instapundit. That site is like crack, man.
In which we mock the Rally to Mock Other Rallies.  In order of awesome.
  • Reason’s “What we saw” video.
  • Obama=Keynesian? (which is hilarious, but not exactly fair. I doubt many laymen recognize “Keynesian.”)
  • Steven Crowder faces violence and demands to see his papers for . . . respectfully asking a question. Did someone say something about civility?
  • The best, by far, the awesome Mary Katharine Ham. If you only watch one, watch this.
In which we enjoy Peanuts flavored election humor via the hilariously irreverent Steve Green, the Vodkapundit.
In which San Francisco celeb rates their World Series Win (*sob *) by banning Happy Meals?
Okay, off to throw the sheets in the dryer.

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