RealClearScience Morning Edition

Is the US the 'Saudi Arabia of Natural Gas'? - Mason Inman, NatGeo
People Are Too Dumb for Democracy - Natalie Wolchover, LL Mysteries
Why Politicians, CEOs Make Bad Decisions - Cameron English, PolicyMic
'Speech-Jamming Gun' Makes People Shut Up - MIT Technology Review
'Twisted' Waves Squeeze More Data into Wi-Fi - Jason Palmer, BBC News
Why Is the Universe Made of Matter? - Babbage, The Economist
Why Does Alcohol Cause Dehydration? - Karl Kruszelnicki, ABC Science
Global Disease Fund Running Low - Richard Feachem, Providence Journal
Consciousness: 8 Questions Science Must Answer - Anil Seth, Guardian
After Fido Dies, Have Him Freeze-Dried - Stephanie Pappas, Live Science
Newton Blog: How to Make the Mundane Seem Fascinating

RealClearScience Afternoon Edition

Sun Sets on Germany's Solar Daydream - Bjorn Lomborg, Project Syndicate
Fukushima: How Close to Big Disaster? - Nordhaus & Shellenberger, Slate
Crack Down on Undercover Animal Welfare Videos - Eliza Barclay, NPR
Embattled Bioethicist Leaves Stem Cell Company - Jocelyn Kaiser, Science
Fistula: Problems We Never Dream Of - Matt Skenazy, Miller-McCune
In Search of Einstein's Gravity Waves - David Blair, The Conversation

RealClearScience The Latest Research

Why Spiders Don't Stick to Their Own Webs - Smithsonian Institution
What Makes a Robot Fish an Effective Leader? - New York University
Could Graphynes Be Better than Graphene? - Physics World
Salt + Osmotic Pressure + Bacteria = Energy - Penn State University