Centauri Dreams reports on asteroid P/2016 G1, a world that, after splitting, is now showing signs of a cometary tail.
The Everyday Sociology Blog considers outrage as a sociological phenomenon. What, exactly, does it do? What does it change?
Joe. My. God. reports on a new push for same-sex marriage in Germany, coming from the SPD.
Lawyers, Guns and Money examines the Alabama government’s disinterest in commemorating the Selma march for freedom.
Marginal Revolution looks at Oxford University’s attempt to recruit white British male students.
At the NYRB Daily, Masha Gessen warns against falling too readily into the trap of identifying conspiracies in dealing with Trump.
pollotencheggmaps the distribution of Muslims in Crimea according to the 1897 Russian census.
Savage Minds takes a brief look at ayahuasca, a ritual beverage of Andean indigenous peoples, and looks at how its legality in the United States remains complicated.
Elf Sternberg considers the problems of straight men with sex, and argues they might be especially trapped by a culture that makes it difficult for straight men to consider sex as anything but a birthright and an obligation.
The Volokh Conspiracy considers how the complexities of eminent domain might complicate the US-Mexican border wall.
Window on Eurasia reports on protests in Russia and argues Belarus is on the verge of something.
Bloomberg notes a report of Egypt’s discovery of the wreckage of the crashed EgyptAir jet, reports on the visit of a IMF team to Mozambique, and looks at Vietnam’s success in capturing Southeast Asian trade with the European Union.
Bloomberg View notes that Donald Trump’s candidacy can mean bad things for the Republican Party.
CBC looks at how a top export from Tibet is a parasitic fungus, and looks at controversy over a CSIS evaluation of diaspora communities and terrorism.
MacLean’slooks at the wife of the Orlando shooting.
The National Postnotes the retraction of an ASEAN statement about maritime borders with China.
Open Democracy carries an ill-judged radical Brexiteer’s statement. All I can say is that socialism in one country is not likely, certainly not with the Tories in charge.
The Toronto Starnotes the fears of tax authorities that Conrad Black might abscond without paying his taxes.
Universe Today notes the discovery, in a Swedish quarry, of a type of meteorite no longer present in the solar system.
Wiredreports on the second LIGO discovery and notes the import of The Onion in times of trouble.