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- Should you floss? A cost-benefit analysis
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- Why can't I invest in poor children?
- Near and far thinking diagram
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- RT @sentientist: Peter Singer: The why and how of effective altruism bit.ly/12PKpmo no way I can emphasize enough how important the… 1 day ago
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- RT @givingwhatwecan: New blog post: Is it Good to Campaign for Increased Government Aid to Cost-Effective Interventions? http://t.co/b1g ... 1 month ago
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