– Josph Goldstein en el NYT: La rehabilitazión de un neonazi. Aquí en inglés, y recomiendo encarecidamente hacerlo en inglés, la versión española…

– Domenico quirico en La Stampa:“Sono diventato jihadista nelle carceri italiane. Ecco come ci reclutano”. Vía Marco Emergi.

– Linda Rodríguez MCRobbie en The Guardian: “Total recall: the people who never forget“. An extremely rare condition may transform our understanding of memory. Vía Mariangela Paone.

– Lauren Larson en GQ: “The Man Who Cleans Up After Plane Crashes“. Vía Droblo

– Ross Andersen en The Atlantic: “Welcome to Pleistocene Park“. In Arctic Siberia, Russian scientists are trying to stave off catastrophic climate change—by resurrecting an Ice Age biome complete with lab-grown woolly mammoths

– David Epstein en ProPublica: “The DIY Scientist, the Olympian, and the Mutated Gene“: How a woman whose muscles disappeared discovered she shared a disease with a muscle-bound Olympic medalist.

– Amy Ellis Nutt en The Washington Post: “Truth and transgender at age 70“. A couple’s journey through gender-affirmation surgery.

– Alex Finley en Politico: “How the CIA Forgot the Art of Spying“. With the war on terror came a new, more militarized way of gathering intelligence. But now, America needs the kind of spooks who can work the cocktail party circuit—more James Bond, less Jason Bourne.

– Julian B. Gewirts en The American Scholar: “Milton Friedman’s Misadventures in China” The stubborn advocate of free markets tangles with the ideologues of a state-run economy

– Justin Heckert en GQ: “How the World’s Heaviest Man Lost It All“.

Buen domingo a todos