RealClearScience Morning Edition
Saturday, October 25The End of Pregnancy
- Reihan Salam, SlateThe Economics of 1,000-Year Lifespans
- Nicholas Warino, The WeekCompany Practices Virtual Eugenics
- Ronald Bailey, ReasonManly Men Not Always the Best Choice
- Michael Lemonick, TimeHow Do People Get New Ideas?
- Isaac Asimov, MIT Technology ReviewSchizophrenia's Lessons for Humanity
- Allison Eck, PBS NOVACan You Have Feelings for a Robot?
- Olivia Goldhill, The TelegraphWho Really Found the Higgs Boson
- Neal Hartman, NautilusHow Fidel Castro Helped Bring Us the Hubble
- Quantum, Phys CentMonster Sunspot Turns Toward Earth
- Ian O'Neill, Discovery NewsMore RCSc: Facebook | Twitter | Google+ | Mobile | Daily E-mail
Friday, October 24Historic Quantum Software Run for First Time
- Jacob Aron, NewSci.The Dangers of Sleep Deprivation
- Cody Delistraty, The AtlanticThe Shame of Poor Teeth in a Rich World
- Sarah Smarsh, Aeon Mag.Winter Was Not Always the Cruelest Season
- The EconomistAfrican Nation of Mali Confirms First Case of Ebola
- BBC NewsNYC Doctor Tests Positive for Ebola
- Sanchez & Prokupecz, CNNRed Cross: Ebola Travel Bans 'Irrational'
- Michael Martina, ReutersHow the CDC Fumbled Its Ebola Response
- Alex Berezow, USA TodayIran's Evil Imprisonment of My Colleague
- Tom Hartsfield, RCSci.4 Advances for the City of Tomorrow
- Ross Pomeroy, RCScience
Thursday, October 23A Long, Global History of Marijuana
- Agata Blaszczak-Boxe, Live Sci.Another Big Psychology Theory Won't Replicate
- Ross Pomeroy, RCS18 Yrs of Academic Fraud Uncovered at UNC
- Ganim & Sayers, CNNSleepy Sun Could Make Mars Trips Deadly
- Jacob Aron, NewScientistSphinx Head Found in Mysterious Greek Tomb
- R. Lorenzi, D-NewsWhere Ebola Hides Between Outbreaks
- Matt McCarthy, SlateMore than Half of 2007-12 Papers Free to Read
- R. Noorden, NatureAnthropic Principle: 10 Things to Know
- Sabine Hossenfelder, SWaB!Can You Solve Martin Gardner's Math Puzzles?
- A. Bellos, Guardian
Wednesday, October 22Paralytic Walks Again After Cell Transplant
- Fergus Walsh, BBCStegosaurs: Thigh-Goring Killing Machines
- Rachel Feltman, WPThe Sixth (and Invisible) Extinction
- Alexandra Witze, Nature NewsTornadoes Increasingly Coming in Swarms
- Will Dunham, ReutersDon't Fear Ebola. Fear Fear Itself
- David Ropeik, Bulletin Atomic Sci.Why Do Some People Survive Ebola?
- Lauran Neergaard, APHair Fungus Clouds Forensic Evidence
- Anna Salleh, ABC ScienceNYC Rats Carry Alarming Diseases
- Megan Gannon, Live ScienceDeceptive Animals Can Teach Us About Humans
- Daniel Jones, AeonThe All-American Appeal of Serial Killers
- Julie Beck, The AtlanticSpooky Science: Read About the 4 Most Frightening Studies
Tuesday, October 21The Healthiest Diet 'Proven' by Science
- Ross Pomeroy, RCScienceEbola: Separating Fact from Fiction
- Katherine Hobson, NatGeoCold Sores Linked to Dementia
- Eva Stromsted, ScienceNordicMedical Diplomacy: A Tool for U.S. Foreign Policy
- Boer Deng, SlatePentagon: Climate Change Poses Immediate Risk
- Brian Kahn, CC'Dust Bowl' Was Worst Drought in 1,000 Yrs
- Hannah Hoag, NatureThe British Solution to Grade Inflation
- Heidi Tworek, The AtlanticHow to Create Curved Spacetime in the Lab
- arXiv BlogThe History of the 'Bearded Lady'
- Helen King, Wonders & Marvels
Monday, October 20Liberals or Conservatives More Anti-Vaccine?
- Alex Berezow, RCSAn Ebola Flight Ban Wouldn't Work
- Nate Silver, FiveThirtyEightEbola Highlights Distrust of Medicine
- David Oshinsky, Wall St JrnlThe Ebola Conspiracy Theories
- Alan Feuer, New York TimesEarthquake Prediction: Fact and Fiction
- Christina Boyes, RCScienceFossils Rewrite History of Penetrative Sex
- Daniel Cressey, Nature NewsThe Site Keeping Consumer Genetics Alive
- A. Regalado, MIT ReviewHidden Light: The Key to Dark Matter?
- Michael Byrne, MotherboardThe Four Most Frightening Studies
- Ross Pomeroy, RealClearScience
Saturday, October 18Puppy-Sized Spider Surprises Scientist
- Tanya Lewis, LiveScienceAre Your Bacteria Jet-Lagged?
- Elizabeth Norton, Science NowReheated Pasta May Be Less Fattening
- Michael Mosley, BBC NewsAmerican Schools Are Teaching All Wrong
- David Edwards, WiredHow To Stop Winning Nobel Prizes
- Chu & Cech, Wall Street JournalNot All Science Is Created Equal
- John Ioannidis, Chemistry WorldX-37B Space Plane Returns to Earth
- Devin Coldewey, NBC NewsWhy Quarantines Don't Work Well
- Eric Niiler, Discovery NewsBraggers Don't Think They're Annoying
- Melissa Dahl, Sci of UsNewton Blog
: Hilariously Stupid Science Questions #5
Friday, October 17The Left Continues to Leave Science Behind
- Hank Campbell, S2.0Why the CDC Chief Must Be Fired
- Ford Vox, CNNEbola May Hit 10K Cases per Week in Africa
- Welch & Jervis, USATResurrecting Smallpox May Be Quite Easy
- Leonard Adleman, NYTDesigner Viruses: The New Antibiotics?
- Luc Henry, Conversation'Plasma Bombs' and 'Tornadoes' Detected on Sun
- Stuart Gary, ABCDark Matter Detected in Sun's Core?
- Ian Sample, GuardianA Visionary's Poor Vision, 1685
- Jyoti Madhusoodanan, The ScientistHilariously Stupid Science Questions #5
- Ross Pomeroy, RCScience
Thursday, October 16Moon Volcanoes Erupted in Dinosaur Era?
- Megan Gannon, SpaceBronze Age Sundial-Moondial Found
- Stephanie Pappas, Live ScienceISIS Looting Archaeological Treasures
- David Kohn, New Yorker11 Questions for CDC's Dr. Frieden
- Cohen & Kupferschmidt, ScienceTiny Animal Lives Only on Driftwood
- Elizabeth Preston, InkfishUniversities Must Evolve in Order to Survive
- Nature NewsFluorescent DNA Becomes Metal Detector
- Andy Extance, C-WorldEPA Approves New GMO System
- Jon Entine, Genetic Literacy ProjectHacked T-Cells Hunt Down Cancer
- Elizabeth Lopatto, The VergeHow Much Would You Pay Not to Die in 3 Hours?
- J. Kluger, Time
Wednesday, October 15American Suicide: Does Anybody Care?
- Gregg Zoroya, USA TodayLearn Some Skepticism, Generation TED
- Julian Baggini, AeonClimate Models Underplay Plant CO2 Absorption
- M. McGrath, BBCWhy Laser Fusion Power Is So Difficult
- Tom Hartsfield, RCScienceArtificial Intelligence Shown in Quantum Computer
- arXiv BlogFrom Butterfly Wing to Anti-Counterfeiting
- Tim Wogan, P-WorldSpiders Break Through Our Blind Spots
- Nala Rogers, Inside ScienceMeet the 10-Foot-Tall 'Terror Birds'
- Ross Pomeroy, RealClearScienceWhy Do We Spare Civilians in War?
- Irene Petersen, ScienceNordicDon't Yell 'I Have Ebola' on a Crowded Bus
- Elahe Izadi, WaPo