Lazy Linking, 200th in an Occasional Series

Stuff I liked lately on the Internets:

200.1 Whoa: Cold War nuclear testing might've caused more deaths in US than Hiroshima/Nagasaki bit.ly/2BN1MNi @margrev

200.2 Surprise: computers are better than humans at complicated chess positions bc they're not afraid to study them bit.ly/2yOeewH @chessbase

200.3 Brutally honest assessment of K-12 education in US, incl the role of racism in driving inequitable outcomes theatln.tc/2AIA5Ie @theatlantic

200.4 Study says different nutrition outcomes btwn rich/poor is from demand not supply (i.e. no such thing as food deserts?) bit.ly/2BtkLjk @nberpubs

200.5 Catholic univs struggle to reconcile mission/faith/doctrine and modernity/funding/protest bit.ly/2BWxhHw @cityjournal

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