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    https://ofdollarsanddata.com/climbing-the-wealth-ladder

    Climbing the Wealth Ladder

    People like to think of wealth as a continuous spectrum, when it is really more of a step function.

    https://outsideonline.com/2401683/dynos-can-make-climbing-more-inclusive

    How One Move Can Make Climbing More Inclusive

    Dynos are big, scary, and an excellent way to think about how we can be more supportive and intentional at the crag

    https://nextcity.org/daily/entry/the-city-that-plans-to-completely-end-homelessness?utm_source=digg

    The City That Plans to Completely End Homelessness

    The city has already reached "functional zero" for veterans and the chronically homeless. Next up: youth, families, and everyone else.

    https://nytimes.com/2019/12/16/health/emergency-room-medicine.html?utm_source=digg

    A Doctor’s Diary: The Overnight Shift in the E.R. - The New York Times

    In the typical emergency room, demand far outpaces the care that workers can provide. Can the E.R. be fixed?

    https://www.bbc.com/future/article/20200114-why-japan-is-so-successful-at-returning-lost-property

    Why Japan is so successful at returning lost property

    Cultural norms, complex religious influences and friendly police officers make losing something no big deal. But does this tell the whole story about Japan’s relationship with honesty?

    http://www.southernfriedscience.com/what-the-hell-is-the-dc-metros-climate-change-will-increase-shark-bites-ad-talking-about-an-investigation/

    What the hell is the DC Metro’s “climate change will increase shark bites” ad talking about? An investigation

    Ever since I moved to Washington, DC last summer, I’ve been fascinated by an ad campaign for the DC Metro. The premise of the campaign is simple: taking public transit reduces your carbon foo…

    http://nautil.us/issue/80/aliens/galactic-settlement-and-the-fermi-paradox

    Galactic Settlement and the Fermi Paradox - Issue 80: Aliens - Nautilus

    A spacefaring species could easily settle the entire Milky Way given billions of years. Yet the fact is that there is no obvious one…