Iserotope Extras - Issue #27



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The Highlighter
This week, I concluded that Donald Trump may actually win the Republican presidential nomination, but I’ve included no articles about him. Instead, you get pieces on where your smartphone batteries come from, a Kindle reading program in Australia, interviews of diverse voters from across the political spectrum, and an expose on Q-tips. Please enjoy!

Your Smartphone Is Probably Powered by Child Labor at Mines in Africa
Where are they now? Daniel Billing getting hundreds of Indigenous kids reading
My mom, aunt, and I went whale watching (this is not a whale) in Monterey last weekend as part of her two-weekend birthday celebration. Happy birthday, Mom!
Of the People
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