Real Clear Science Weekend10 Science Myths That Won't Go Away - Jeffrey Kluger, Time
Global Warming: Who Pressed the Pause Button? - The Economist
Can Science Ever Be 'Settled'? - Ethan Siegel, Starts with a Bang!
Why Cosmos Will Be Better Than Ever - Rachel Edidin, Wired
Did Dark Matter Kill the Dinosaurs? - Elizabeth Gibney, Nature News
The Truth About Green Tea - Karl Kruszelnicki, ABC Science
Does Physical Science Have Fewer Errors? - George Johnson, NY Times
Revised Cosmological Constant Predicts Big Crunch - George Dvorsky, io9
Moving to Wealthy Area Can Be Traumatic for Boys - Sarah Sloat, TNR
River Otter Takes Down Alligator, in Photos - Jennifer Holland, Nat Geo
Newton: Why Are Some Greens Against The Green Revolution?
RCS Feature: Retro Health Posters Warned Against Sailors, Hussies
Restless Legs? You May Have Bigger Problems - Boston University
An Enigmatic Ritual Egg in a Pot - University of Wisconsin
What Makes Flying Snakes Such Gifted Gliders? - Am. Institute of Physics
19th Century Physics Could Change Nanotechnology - Univ. of Cincinnati
Science and the Value of Gratitude - Chris Mooney, Mother Jones
Blender Brains: Mixing Ideas Made Us Human - Mark Turner, NewSci.
Can Early Self-Control Predict Our Success? - Richard Holton, Big Q's
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Real Clear Science FridayMorning Update
Four Great Eras of Exploration - Corey Powell, Out There
'Earthquake Lights' Are Probably Real - Meeri Kim, Washington Post
Greens vs. The Green Revolution - Ross Pomeroy, RealClearScience
Bitcoin Is Like a Real Gold Rush - Gordon Fletcher, The Conversation
Risk Averse Big Pharma Not Future of Medicine - Nathalia Holt, Time
What's Difference Between Antlers & Horns? - K. Kovalchik, Mental Floss
Most People Think Watching Porn Is Immoral - Emma Green, Atlantic
Are Women More Uncooperative than Men? - Curt Rice, Science 2.0
Your Season of Birth Is Etched on Your Brain - Christian Jarrett, Wired
The Woman Who Can Will Herself Out of Her Body - Doug Main, PopSci
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Can We Talk About Thorium Already? - Pascal-Emmanuel Gobry, The Week
Could We Make a Real Hoverboard? - Rhett Allain, Wired
500 Foods Contain 'Yoga Mat' Compound. So What? - A. Aubrey, NPR
12 Things You Might Not Know About T. rex - Mark Mancini, Mental Floss
Salamander Has Photosynthesis Inside It - Brandon Keim, Nautilus
Why Some People Can't Enjoy Music - Arielle Duhaime-Ross, The Verge
Real Clear Science ThursdayMorning Update
Are Stonehenge's Boulders Large Bells? - Robinson Meyer, The Atlantic
Largest Predator to Ever Roam Across Europe? - Jonathan Amos, BBC
An Ant's Acid Antidote - Sarah Everts, Chemical & Engineering News
Creepy Ways Plant Diseases Affect Flowers - Elizabeth Preston, Inkfish
The Mathematics Inside the Influenza Virus - Julia Gog, Plus Magazine
Epigenetics: The Sins of the Father - Virginia Hughes, Nature News
LSD Used as Drug Therapy for 1st Time in 40 Years - Arielle Ross, Verge
Classical Universes Collide, Quantum Mechanics Results - arXiv Blog
3 Unique Words: New Global Coordinate System - J. Stromberg, S'sonian
Disaster Created Bizarre Deep Sea Ecosystem - Rebecca Helm, DSN
Newton Blog: Monogamy Makes Male Fruit Flies Poor Learners
Wikipedia: Doctors' #1 Source for Health Info - Julie Beck, The Atlantic
HIV Gene Therapy Trial Declared a Success - Ian Sample, Guardian
Centenarians Epitomize Our Fear of Aging - Roy & Sandberg, Conversation
When Research Needs Warning Label - Trevor Butterworth, Harv. Biz Rev.
How to Solve a 'Cold Case' Murder Mystery - Dan Vergano, NatGeo
Ancient Egyptian Soldier's Letter Home Deciphered - Owen Jarus, LS