RealClearScience Morning Edition

Is Santorum Correct That Porn Is Bad? - Stephanie Pappas, Live Science
Relax, 'Pink Slime' Isn't Any Worse Than a Hot Dog - Ari Levaux, Atlantic
Warning: Reading This May Cause Cancer - Trevor Butterworth, Forbes
Human Gene Mutation Linked to Cases of Severe Flu - BBC News
Immune Deficiency: We Are Nature's Mice - Bharat Srinivasa, Science 2.0
The Scientific Case Against Free Will - Jerry Coyne, Chronicle of Higher Ed.
The Case Against the Case Against Free Will - Alfred Mele, Chron. High. Ed
'Hunger Games' Exposes Myth of Tech Progress - Jeremy Hsu, Discovery
Chemical Analysis Challenges Moon Theory - Ron Cowen, Nature News
What Color Are Plants on Other Planets? - Jeffrey Marlow, Wired
Newton: When It Comes to Telescopes, Bigger Is Definitely Better

RealClearScience Afternoon Edition

James Cameron Returns from Ocean Deep - Victoria Jaggard, NatGeo
It Came from the Media: 'Pink Slime' Ruckus - Deborah Blum, Discover
How Google Makes Its Employees Eat Healthy - Cliff Kuang, Fast Company
True Word Origins & Verbal Urban Legends - Peter Nardi, Miller-McCune
Living Life on the Fringe of Physics - Freeman Dyson, NY Review of Books
Why Cats Survive Falls That Kill Other Animals - Alasdair Wilkins, io9

RealClearScience The Latest Research

Why Did Humans Begin Walking Upright? - George Washington Univ.
Huge Hamsters and Evolution's 'Island Rule' - Science Codex
Elusive, New Underground Scorpion Discovered - PhysOrg.com
Has Twitter's Predictive Power Been Overhyped? - MIT Tech. Review