Victoria Martinez

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Victoria Martinez

15 hours ago

I got my dream job and had my baby the same week. So I brought my baby to work.

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90 days ago

17 Real-Life Would-You-Rathers I, a Woman, Have Had to Ask Myself

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96 days ago

anti-GMO sentiment has hindered the development of a hypoallergenic peanut which could be a life-changing boon for those with nut allergies

The Anti-Vaccine And Anti-GMO Movements Are Inextricably Linked And Cause Preventable Suffering

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Victoria Martinez

108 days ago

‘Like’ is an infix now, which is un-like-believably innovative

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150 days ago

The World's First Compostable Zero-Waste Bra and Underwear

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244 days ago

Learn more.

Social media full of vitriolic myths in the aftermath of the Stanley trial

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322 days ago

One of my favourite childhood books

As you’d expect where bulls and silly ideas about manhood are concerned, Ernest Hemingway also had an opinion

How “The Story of Ferdinand” Became Fodder for the Culture Wars of Its Era

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Victoria Martinez

348 days ago

Too real.

Hey, It’s Me, a Woke Misogynist Sliding Right On Into Your DMs

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373 days ago

"There is no small extent to which, if this planet ends up with a tombstone, what is written on the tombstone may be, at least in part, 'they didn’t really understand what it’s like to be a paperclip maximizer.'"

The Way the World Ends: Not with a Bang But a Paperclip

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Victoria Martinez

373 days ago

Always fun to think linguistics.

The Randomness of Language Evolution

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377 days ago

Schulz does it again

Good friends of yours will say withering things about mermaids.

Fantastic Beasts and How to Rank Them

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Victoria Martinez

393 days ago

How Stalin Hid Ukraine's Famine From the World

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Victoria Martinez

396 days ago

The scientists persuading terrorists to spill their secrets

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412 days ago

Should You Really Be Blowing Your Nose Like That?

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454 days ago

How Washing Your Hair Could Help You Survive a Nuclear Blast

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456 days ago

Digital Alchemist’ Sharon Glotzer Seeks Rules of Emergence

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Victoria Martinez

458 days ago

Tarot cards and probabilities

I Went To A Psychic And Then Found Out How Right She Really Was

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Victoria Martinez

458 days ago

Why we fell for clean eating

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463 days ago

♥️

The Fastest Show on TV: On The Good Wife

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466 days ago

When we cling to the idea of motherhood as sacrifice, what we really sacrifice is our sense of self, as if it is the price we pay for having children.

Motherhood Isn’t Sacrifice, It’s Selfishness

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Victoria Martinez

467 days ago

the brains of women from both categories reacted to the baby smell as if it were a delicious treat, or even a drug.

Why Newborn Babies Smell So Delicious

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Victoria Martinez

481 days ago

One part of him had become almost like an artificial intelligence—narrow but extraordinarily capable—while the rest of him lived this simple human life.

How Checkers Was Solved

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Victoria Martinez

486 days ago

Except after c my foot

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487 days ago

This is my favourite thing

A Little Bit Softer Now: How To Dance To ‘Shout’ Without Ending Up On The Floor

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Victoria Martinez

512 days ago

It is imperative to understand the need to find other ways of dealing with conflict or safety issues besides calling the police, given who the police serve and who the police jail and kill with impunity.

An Artists’ Guide to Not Being Complicit with Gentrification

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Victoria Martinez

559 days ago

RIP Lucky Peach

Seven Things I Learned Attending Hot Dog University

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568 days ago

Bruce Springsteen: The Ultimate Dad

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571 days ago

Genius, Interrupted

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594 days ago

They were plainspoken teetotalers — “cold-water singers,” against slavery and for women’s rights

A History of American Protest Music: How The Hutchinson Family Singers Achieved Pop Stardom with an Anti-Slavery Anthem

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Victoria Martinez

599 days ago

Roger Ebert, Wikipedia Editor

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599 days ago

Roger Ebert, Wikipedia Editor

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610 days ago

😨😨😨

Humans Made the Banana Perfect—But Soon, It'll Be Gone

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616 days ago

Can a Gun Victim and a Gun Advocate Change Each Other’s Minds?

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619 days ago

“Way too much information about yams”

One-Star Reviews of Classic Novels

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637 days ago

We’re not haters at the castle.”

How White Castle Became an Unlikely Valentine’s Day Destination

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642 days ago

Psychology’s Favorite Tool for Measuring Racism Isn’t Up to the Job

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652 days ago

The state of our science is strong, but it’s plagued by a universal problem: Science is hard — really fucking hard.

Science Isn’t Broken

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656 days ago

Deep Inside Taco Bell’s Doritos Locos Taco

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659 days ago

Just An Average (Glitter-Covered, Gender-Neutral, Utopian) Rock Band

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662 days ago

radhiyah ayobami, what we volunteered for

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677 days ago

If Anakin hadn’t been frightened out of his mind about the deadly capacities of Padme’s fallopian tubes, he wouldn’t have turned to the Dark Side.

Did Inadequate Women’s Healthcare Destroy Star Wars’ Old Republic?

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Victoria Martinez

680 days ago

There are very few rigorous randomized trials on prejudice reduction

No, Wait, Short Conversations Really Can Reduce Prejudice

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Victoria Martinez

683 days ago

Loved this. And the touches of levity that come with it.

Rethinking Knowledge in the Internet Age

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Victoria Martinez

689 days ago

My President Was Black

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Victoria Martinez

695 days ago

This is wonderful.

A knife and a fork are not merely utensils for eating. They are utensils for eating in a society in which eating is done with a knife and fork. And that is a special kind of society.

The Uncommon Origins of the Common Fork

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Victoria Martinez

723 days ago

“[I] can’t knock anyone for succeeding,” a laborer told her. “There’s a lot of people out there who are wealthy and I’m sure they worked darned hard for every cent they have,” chimed in a receiving clerk. Why the difference? For one thing, most blue-collar workers have little direct contact with the rich outside of Lifestyles of the Rich and Famous. But professionals order them around every day. The dream is not to become upper-middle-class, with its different food, family, and friendship patterns; the dream is to live in your own class milieu, where you feel comfortable — just with more money. “The main thing is to be independent and give your own orders and not have to take them from anybody else,” a machine operator told Lamont. Owning one’s own business — that’s the goal.

What So Many People Don’t Get About the U.S. Working Class

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Victoria Martinez

734 days ago

Hillary Clinton’s likability problem, as explained by Gilmore Girls and Dawson’s Creek

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766 days ago

Daughter of the Wild Women: Aleah Chapin at Flowers Gallery

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771 days ago

Ilu fungus

The Science of Koji

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778 days ago

Figure as Flow: Erin Anderson and Aleah Chapin

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