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September 2019

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English school maths compared with Estonia: shold we teach less, better? - Medium
Cargohopper: deliveries to central Utrecht - Fast Company
got a spider? give it a name and think of it as a pet - BBC
bring back Britain's rainforests! - Monbiot
navigation apps are antisocially selfish - IEEE Spectrum
Cycling Facts 2018 - Netherlands Government
Australia has failed to plan for the decline of coal - WEForum
the Intermediate Axis Theorem or Dzhanibekov effect - YouTube
Money creation in the modern economy - Bank of England
"Reader: I dyed my hair purple" - LongReads
Indonesia plans to move its capital to Kalimantan, Borneo - Nikkei
Bringing Words to Life: Robust Vocabulary Instruction - DannyReviews
teachers need time to learn from other teachers - Atlantic
a nice primer on traffic evaporation: closing residential rat-runs reduces overall traffic - London Living Streets
making a serious attempt to address Oxford's transport problems - Oxfordshire County Council
garlic smuggling - BBC
the challenges of bicycle freight in Oxford - TechTribe
the Bender Rule: 'Natural Language' is not a synomym for 'English' - Gradient
an American learns to cycle like the Dutch - NYer
towns in east-central Australia are wilting - Guardian
who gets to vote in Israel's elections? - 972 Magazine
"In the occupied West Bank and East Jerusalem, where Israel exercises absolute and direct control on a daily basis, 650,000 Jewish settlers can vote while 2,953,000 Palestinians in the exact same territory cannot."
nationalise the golf courses! - CityMetric
London is poisoning its children - Int J. Environ. Res.
Ronald Fisher and the tea test - Science History
in 1910 there was a plan to introduce hippos to the Mississipi delta... - @NomeDaBarbarian
on the priorities of autonomous cars - Oxford Blog
"the blindness of the question-framing here reflects the blindness of transport policy, where the convenience of people driving is continually prioritised over the safety of vulnerable road users"
Tokyo: Public Cycling World City - Sportify Cities
Ancient DNA and the New Science of the Human Past - Who We Are and How We Got Here [my review]
Air Pollution and Dementia: A Systematic Review - Journal of Alzheimer's Disease
"the evidence from longitudinal cohort studies pointed towards an association between greater exposure to pollutants, in particular PM2.5, NO2/NOx and increased risk of dementia"
climate apartheid and migration - Guardian
a history of tetris randomizers - simon.lc
Leeds to get a car-free school, alongside a care home! - Guardian
Grace Hopper was a mathematician before she helped create computer science - Yale
improving the Open Street Map gender balance - CityLab
trying to save England's last bell foundries - Guardian

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