Random links

Alfred Swinton is an innocent man. But your TV still says he’s a serial killer.
A guy from The Innocence Project quoted in the article describes the show as “a treasure trove of potential innocence cases ... I feel like we could spend a week watching those shows and find a lot more clients.” I wonder how much of this might be due to media tending to gravitate towards sensational cases? And the show is still on Youtube if you follow the link int he article, now at 140000+ viewing since September of last year. I wonder how many of those have occurred since his exoneration.
China builds ‘world’s biggest air purifier’ (and it seems to be working)
I wonder which we'll see more of: these or devices dedicated to capturing CO2.
Ironic Effects of Antiprejudice Messages: How Motivational Interventions Can Reduce (but Also Increase) Prejudice
"motivating people to reduce prejudice by emphasizing external control produced more explicit and implicit prejudice than did not intervening at all. Conversely, participants in whom autonomous motivation to regulate prejudice was induced displayed less explicit and implicit prejudice compared with no-treatment control participants."