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The 'Black Hole' That Sucks Up Silicon Valley's Money
1 year ago by intifan to /s/whatever from theatlantic.com
Why Can't People Hear What Jordan Peterson is Saying?
1 year ago by PsyDerr to /s/JordanPeterson from theatlantic.com
Never forget how close Amazon is with the CIA. - "a $600 million computing cloud developed by Amazon Web Services for the Central Intelligence Agency over the past year will begin servicing all 17 agencies that make up the intelligence community."
2 years ago by magnora7 to /s/news from theatlantic.com
Common Element Uniting Worldwide Protests
8 days ago by dcjogger to /s/news from theatlantic.com
If a Child Is Jailed and No One Is There to Hear Him Cry New Trump-administration rules stand to block the public from knowing anything about the treatment of migrant children in America’s detention facilities.
23 days ago by 7dej19 to /s/news from theatlantic.com
The Inflation Gap
27 days ago by tyrdhead to /s/wealthinequality from theatlantic.com
Remember, remember...the 5th of November - The Misunderstood Legacy of Guy Fawkes
1 month ago by useless_aether to /s/politics from theatlantic.com
U.S. Only Pretends to Have Free Markets
1 month ago by dcjogger to /s/news from theatlantic.com
Women, more than men, tend to feel stultified by long-term exclusivity
1 month ago by [deleted] to /s/BlackPillScience from theatlantic.com
The Milky Way Has Giant Bubbles at Its Center (Vigte: Filaments, bubbles and blackholes, oh my...)
2 months ago by Vigte to /s/space from theatlantic.com
The Fundamental Link Between Body Weight and the Immune System
3 months ago by Entropick to /s/Health from theatlantic.com
Study: ADHD Symptoms Persist Despite Medication in 9 Out of 10 Kids
3 months ago by Anticapitalist to /s/Antipsychiatry from theatlantic.com
The downside of apps as car keys - In an area without cellphone reception, I was unable to open the car.
3 months ago by magnora7 to /s/technology from theatlantic.com
‘The Supreme Court Is Not Well. And the People Know It.’
3 months ago by dcjogger to /s/news from theatlantic.com
Trump Longs to Command the Economy
3 months ago by dcjogger to /s/politics from theatlantic.com
America Has a Hunger Problem And its ripple effects are stronger than you think.
4 months ago by 7dej19 to /s/FakeNewsBusters from theatlantic.com
Are Anti-vaxxers Conscientious Objectors?
4 months ago by Stankmango to /s/fringe from theatlantic.com
U.S. Wastes $28 Million on Afghan Military Uniforms, Watchdog Says
4 months ago by dcjogger to /s/news from theatlantic.com
Why New Zealanders Love DIY Coffins
4 months ago by SierraKiloBravo to /s/NewZealand from theatlantic.com
Austin’s Weirdly Aggressive Traffic Stops
The Chinese Influence Effort Hiding in Plain Sight
5 months ago by tansim to /s/deutsch from theatlantic.com
Americans Shouldn’t Have to Drive, but the Law Insists on It (Vigte: I was skeptical of the article but yeah, kind of seems like conspiracy to me)
5 months ago by Vigte to /s/conspiracy from theatlantic.com
How We Realized Putting Radium in Everything Was Not the Answer
5 months ago by Entropick to /s/science from theatlantic.com
The Boomers Ruined Everything | The Atlantic
5 months ago by Entropick to /s/collapse from theatlantic.com
Amazon Ring Will Survive the Anti-surveillance Backlash
5 months ago by Mnemonic to /s/privacy from theatlantic.com
Mass Surveillance Is Coming to a City Near You
5 months ago by dcjogger to /s/news from theatlantic.com
"For more than a century, this false innocence has been a feature of every unprovoked American war. And it is this false innocence that Americans must relentlessly challenge if they wish to avoid war with Iran now." IDEAS Bolton Keeps Trying to Goad Iran Into War
5 months ago by 7dej19 to /s/WarWatch from theatlantic.com
Better Schools Won’t Fix America
5 months ago by compultantuser to /s/wealthinequality from theatlantic.com
The 9.9 Percent Is the New American Aristocracy
Decades of Being Wrong About China Should Teach Us Something (Seems like more "US should be more like China" garbage)
5 months ago by Vigte to /s/politics from theatlantic.com
Who Is Competent to Decide What Offends?
Thanks to Trump, War Is in the Air
5 months ago by dcjogger to /s/politics from theatlantic.com
The Unheeded Message of ‘1984’
6 months ago by UmamiTofu to /s/politics from theatlantic.com
Unheeded Message of ‘1984’
6 months ago by dcjogger to /s/news from theatlantic.com
Tale of Two Surveillance States
John Roberts Strikes a Blow Against Free Speech
6 months ago by dcjogger to /s/news from amp.theatlantic.com
America Needs a Permanent Anti-war Movement
A Lesson From 1930s Germany: Beware State Control of Social Media
The Strange Beauty of Salt Mines (23 photos)
7 months ago by r721 to /s/misc from theatlantic.com
Why Archaeologists Are Studying 10,000-Year-Old Urine (this stuff just WALKS up to me now...)
7 months ago by Vigte to /s/YoungerDryas from theatlantic.com
The New Science of How to Argue—Constructively
8 months ago by UmamiTofu to /s/Philosophy from theatlantic.com
The Death of San Francisco's Hippie Scene
8 months ago by cmdrrockawesome to /s/California from theatlantic.com
Kamala Harris Takes Her Shot - "No other matchup would be as riveting — or as revealing — as Harris versus Trump."
They Had It Coming -- The parents indicted in the college-admissions scandal were responding to a changing America, with rage at being robbed of what they believed was rightfully theirs.
Jeff Sessions Treads on the Property Rights of Americans
8 months ago by dcjogger to /s/news from theatlantic.com
The Worst Disease Ever Recorded. In 2013, a new mystery illness swept the western coast of North America, causing starfish to disintegrate.
8 months ago by SundogsPlace to /s/SundogsPlace from theatlantic.com
Your AirPods Will Die Soon (Vigte: planned obsolescence or just bad design?)
8 months ago by Vigte to /s/technology from theatlantic.com
Instagram Is Full of Conspiracy Theories and Extremism (LOL, these people will attack ANYTHING a right-winger has even touched once)
8 months ago by Vigte to /s/politics from theatlantic.com
The 'Curious' Robots Searching for the Ocean's Secrets
D.C.'s Misguided Attempt to Regulate Daycare
Congress May Declare the Forever War
8 months ago by dcjogger to /s/politics from theatlantic.com
Why Do We Need to Sleep?
9 months ago by Nechama to /s/Psychology from theatlantic.com
Trump Just Gave Himself More Power to Kill in Secret
9 months ago by dcjogger to /s/politics from theatlantic.com
America Is Not a Democracy
NASA Engineer Was Required to Unlock His Phone at the Border
9 months ago by dcjogger to /s/news from theatlantic.com
'The Class Ceiling' Decodes the Cultures of Elite Workplaces
9 months ago by Vigte to /s/politics from theatlantic.com
A Security Company Cashed In on America’s Wars—And Then Disappeared
9 months ago by Mnemonic to /s/DownTheMemoryHole from theatlantic.com
Only "8 percent of Americans are progressive activists"
10 months ago by useless_aether to /s/Socialism from theatlantic.com
Great Recession Is Still With Us
10 months ago by dcjogger to /s/news from theatlantic.com
How Early Humans Handled Aggression (interesting - but questionable... we KNOW about the Chromosomal Fusion on #2 - this seems rather contradictory to this thought)
10 months ago by Vigte to /s/history from theatlantic.com
‘Nobody Is Going to Believe You’ The Bohemian Rhapsody director Bryan Singer has been trailed by accusations of sexual misconduct for 20 years. Here, his alleged victims tell their stories.
10 months ago by useless_aether to /s/pedogate from theatlantic.com
10 months ago by dcjogger to /s/politics from theatlantic.com
How the FBI Used El Chapo's Own Spies Against Him
10 months ago by TheWebOfSlime to /s/news from theatlantic.com
St. Louis Police Misconduct Revealed in Texts
11 months ago by dcjogger to /s/news from theatlantic.com
Washington Has Once Again Left the Kurds Stranded
11 months ago by useless_aether to /s/Geopolitics from theatlantic.com
Rich People Are Getting Away With Not Paying Their Taxes
12 months ago by magnora7 to /s/corruption from theatlantic.com
Millennials Didn’t Kill the Economy. The Economy Killed Millennials.: The American system has thrown them into debt, depressed their wages, kept them from buying homes—and then blamed them for everything.
1 year ago by Orangutan to /s/economics from theatlantic.com
The Pentagon’s Push to Program Soldiers’ Brains
1 year ago by useless_aether to /s/Europe from theatlantic.com
Stocks Are Nosediving. Is a Recession Coming? (Yeah, no shit - it never left! The definition of recession is <2 years, we are in a depression, but they won't call it that).
1 year ago by Vigte to /s/WorldNews from theatlantic.com
How YouTube's Recommendation Algorithm Really Works
1 year ago by Mnemonic to /s/Internet from theatlantic.com
The Extremely Fast Peopling of the Americas (Curious/Suspect)
1 year ago by Vigte to /s/YoungerDryas from theatlantic.com
Trump’s NASA Administrator: ‘No Reason’ to Dismiss U.N. Climate Report - An Interview With NASA Administrator Jim Bridenstine
1 year ago by Nechama to /s/environment from theatlantic.com
My Grandfather Thought He Solved a Cosmic Mystery
1 year ago by Mnemonic to /s/science from theatlantic.com
Why GDP Growth Is So Slow
1 year ago by voter to /s/news from theatlantic.com
Did Sophisticated Medicine Change Neanderthal Evolution?
1 year ago by Vigte to /s/history from theatlantic.com
Women in the U.S. Can Now Get Safe Abortions by Mail (Maybe). The founder of a global abortion-pill provider that has never shipped to the U.S. has quietly started a new service for Americans.
1 year ago by allie to /s/WorldNews from theatlantic.com
The Man Who Broke Politics
1 year ago by Vigte to /s/politics from theatlantic.com
Elite-College Admissions Are Broken
How Employers Track Their Workers -- The more bosses try to keep track of their workers, the more precious time employees waste trying to evade them.
1 year ago by Mnemonic to /s/privacy from theatlantic.com
Civil-Rights Icon Urges Law Grads to Defend Free Speech
Instagram Has a Massive Harassment Problem
Rand Paul introduces bill to cut off Military Aid to Saudi Arabia
1 year ago by d3rr to /s/politics from theatlantic.com
Three Theories on Jamal Khashoggi’s Fate. If the Saudi Crown Prince ordered an operation that ended with Khashoggi dead, what MbS has gained cannot be worth his loss of international support. His friends are fleeing.
1 year ago by allie to /s/conspiracy from theatlantic.com
Large Majorities Dislike Political Correctness
1 year ago by Mnemonic to /s/technology from theatlantic.com
Teens Are Being Bullied 'Constantly' on Instagram
Half of American Adults Are in Police Facial-Recognition Databases
Trump's Due Process Double Standard
Trump Threatens to 'Totally Destroy North Korea'
1 year ago by voter to /s/politics from theatlantic.com
How Will Police Solve Murders on Mars? (Yes, that's really the article)
1 year ago by Vigte to /s/space from theatlantic.com
A Warning From Europe: The Worst Is Yet to Come (Polarization. Conspiracy theories. Attacks on the free press. An obsession with loyalty. Recent events in the United States follow a pattern Europeans know all too well.)
American Democracy Can’t Fix Itself
Brazil’s Museum Fire: 200 Years of Work Lost
1 year ago by Vigte to /s/conspiracy from theatlantic.com
Why Technology Favors Tyranny
This Is a Constitutional Crisis
Occupational Licensing Kills the Right to Earn a Living
The Cause of California's Wildfires Is Human
1 year ago by useless_aether to /s/news from theatlantic.com