RealClearScience Morning Edition

The Key to Science (and Life) Is Being Wrong - Ross Pomeroy, SciAm
Irresponsible to Link Climate Change to Sandy - Bjorn Lomborg, Proj. Syn.
Did Climate Change Kill the Mayans? - Jeffrey Kluger, Time
Do Skeptics Know What 'Skepticism' Means? - Rebekah Higgitt, Guardian
Debunking 'Humans Are Getting Dumber' Study - George Dvorsky, io9
Why Does the U.S. Have So Much Coal? - Lisa Palmer, Slate
Harnessing Energy from Random Noise - Belle Dume, Physics World
Fear of Vaccination Blocks Polio Eradication - Andrea Rinaldi, SciDev.Net
Vegetative Patient Says, 'I'm Not in Pain' - Fergus Walsh, BBC News
How Seriously Should We Take Ray Kurzweil? - Matthew Feeney, Reason
Newton Blog: String Theory Is Now on Life Support

RealClearScience Afternoon Edition

IEA Report: Energy Independence for U.S. - John Timmer, Ars Technica
U.S. High Biosecurity Lab Faces Uncertain Future - Matt McGrath, BBC
Dark Energy's Gain Is Dark Matter's Loss - Stuart Clark, Guardian
Denmark Kills 'Fat Tax' After One Year - Stephen Dubner, Freakonomics
Brainless Slime Molds Redefine Intelligence - Ferris Jabr, Scientific Am.
Our Ancestors, the Acoustical Engineers - Douglas Starr, Discover
Journal Club: Tiny Birds Play a Tit-for-Tat Game

RealClearScience The Latest Research

Low-Level Radioactivity May Be Damaging to Life - U. of South Carolina
Immortal Hydra Gene Reveals Secrets of Human Aging - Science Daily
Sperm Length Variation Isn't a Good Sign for Fertility - Brown Univ.
Trying to Save Money? Ask for Crisp New Bills - EurekAlert!