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One of the non-science aspects of this weblog which I've been addressing over the past 10 years is attempting to get a grip upon cultural variation. There are two major dimensions in terms of the problem. One is positive, in that people don't really have a good sense of cultural variation. This is simply a... Read More
The New York Times has a long piece, For Turkey, Lure of Tie to Europe Is Fading, which outlines the falling out of love of Turkey with the idea of joining the E.U. I believe this is a good thing. Right now the E.U. is being riven by the fact that northern Europeans, in particular... Read More
Since most international migration is apparently between "developing nations", I thought the Iran-Iraq-Turkey-Syria border would be interesting to look at in terms of differences in economic and social indices.
I've been keeping track of events in the Arab world only from a distance. There's been a lot of excitement on twitter and Facebook. Since I'm not an unalloyed enthusiast for democracy I've not joined in in the exultation. But I'm very concerned at what I perceive are unrealistic assumptions and false correspondences. This is... Read More
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"I have degrees in biology and biochemistry, a passion for genetics, history, and philosophy, and shrimp is my favorite food. If you want to know more, see the links at http://www.razib.com"