RealClearScience Morning Edition

Huge Meteor Explodes Over Russia - Phil Plait, Slate
Should Environmentalists Like Keystone XL? - Elana Schor, The Atlantic
Science Advances One Funeral at a Time - Michael Brooks, NewStatesman
Experiment Predicts Politics With 83% Accuracy - Marina Koren, S'sonian
East Asian Physical Traits Linked to Mutation - Nicholas Wade, N.Y. Times
The Poisonous Chemistry of Chocolate - Deborah Blum, Wired
Carbon Nanotubes Help Grow Heart Tissue - Laura Cassiday, C & E News
The Longest-Running Scientific Experiment - Quark Twain, Phys Central
How to Land on an Asteroid - Paul Gabrielsen, CNN Light Years
The True Story of a 1967 Alien 'Contact' Incident - MIT Technology Review
Newton Blog: RCScience at the Movies: 'Die Hard 5'

RealClearScience Afternoon Edition

World's Oldest Porn Makes Archaeologists Blush - Mary Mycio, Slate
Three Meteorite Impact Sites Found, over 900 Injured - Russia Today
What if the Asteroid Actually Hit Earth Today? - Jesus Diaz, Gizmodo
How to Avoid Asteroid Armageddon - Babbage, The Economist
Are Scientists Normal People? - Steve Caplan, The Guardian
How to Read Your Own Body With Data - Daniel Honan, Big Think
Journal Club: Don't Drink Alcohol Made in Prison

RealClearScience The Latest Research

Online Trolls Take Toll on Perception of Science - University of Wisconsin
Dogs Can Pick Out the Faces of Other Dogs - Springer
Fermi Proves Supernova Remnants Produce Cosmic Rays - NASA
Unlocking the Mystery Behind Saturn's Moonlets - Loughborough Univ.