RealClearScience Morning Edition

Wednesday, March 4
How Many Lies Can NYT Pack into One Article? - Josh Bloom, S2.0
You Are Sexier After One Drink, But Not Two - Laura Geggel, LiveSci
No, Gluten Sensitivity Has Not Been Proven - Ross Pomeroy, RCSci
World's Deadliest Volcanoes Identified - Alexandra Witze, Nature
How Volcanoes Could Help Power the Planet - Wendy Koch, NatGeo
Mind-Reading: A Search Warrant for Your Brain - C. Dahlberg, ISNS
U.S. Facing Shortage of 90K Doctors by 2025 - Lenny Bernstein, WaPo
Why Van Gogh's Reds Are Turning White - Matthew Gunther, C-World
Gorillas Were Source of Two HIV Lineages - Will Dunham, Reuters
Weasel Takes a Ride on Woodpecker's Back - Nicholas Lund, Slate
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Tuesday, March 3
The Healthiest Way to Stay Caffeinated - James Hamblin, The Atlantic
Found: Unique Signature of Chronic Fatigue - Bruce Goldman, Scope
Full-Body Transplants Are Wildly Unethical - Nick Stockton, Wired
Wolves Helped Humans Outwit Neanderthals - R. McKie, Guardian
Ancient Viruses May Affect Human Embryos - Charles Choi, ISNS
Did Climate Change Worsen the Syria Conflict? - M. Zastrow, Nature
Early Earth Weather: Rainy w/ Chance of Iron - Aviva Rutkin, NewSci.
Organic Marketing: Hate Speech for Profit - Steve Savage, App. Myth.
The Scary Chemicals that Make Up Your Body - Henry Miller, Forbes
Is Your Penis Normal? There's a Chart for That - Alex Berezow, RCS
Monday, March 2
Why People Believe the Vitamin Myth - Cari Romm, The Atlantic
Can Adults Make Their Brains Plastic Again? - Rebecca Boyle, Aeon
Racism Is Not Backed by Science - Adam Rutherford, The Guardian
The Moral Sciences Are Back - Jag Bhalla, Big Think
'Before History There Was Science' - Simon Worrall, Nat'l Geographic
An Inflammatory Theory of Brain Disease - Lauren Aguirre, NOVA
The Secrets of Earth's Other Moon - Duncan Forgan, The Conversation
The Quantum Future of Radar - Michael Byrne, Motherboard
Do Black Holes Really Exist? Yes. - Xaq Rzetelny, Ars Technica
Possibly the Worst Pain Known to Man - Ross Pomeroy, RCScience
Saturday, February 28
Pluto May Become a Planet Again - David Weintraub, The Conversation
A Brief History of the Speed of Light - Jennifer Ouellette, PBS NOVA
How Mr. Spock Changed Science - Hank Campbell, Science 2.0
Scientists Are Wrong All the Time - Marcus Woo, Wired
You Don't Need to Warm Up Your Car - Peter Cheney, Globe and Mail
Gerbils Didn't Cause the Black Death - Steven Novella, Skeptics' Guide
The Dark Side of Melanin - Anna Azvolinsky, The Scientist
What It's Like To See 100 Million Colors - Alexa Tsoulis-Reay, Science of Us
What It's Like to Be Beaten to a Discovery - Bob Goldstein, Nautilus
When the Earth Swallows People - Daniel Cossins, BBC Future
Friday, February 27
The 'Pause' in Global Warming Explained - Mark Fischetti, SciAm
Study on Dangers of E-Cigs Debunked - Ross Pomeroy, RCScience
Net Neutrality: Obamacare for the Internet? - Alex Berezow, RCSci.
Psychology Journal Bans Statistics - Steven Novella, Sci-Based Med.
People Dismiss Psychology, But Not Neuroscience - C. Jarrett, Wired
'Mind Reading' Neurons Help Predict Behavior - Clare Pain, ABC
You're Irrational, But That's Okay - David Berreby, Nautilus
Should Research Animals Be Named? - Michael Erard, Science News
Aardvarks: The Strangest Creatures on Earth? - Esther Inglis, io9
Full-Body Transplants: Six Heady Questions - Helen Thomson, NS
Thursday, February 26
First Full-Body Transplants Coming Soon? - Helen Thomson, NewSci.
The Troubled History of the Foreskin - Jessica Wapner, Mosaic
Monster Black Hole Is Largest Ever Found - Charles Choi, Space.com
Giant Asteroid Collision Transformed Mars? - Robin Wylie, SciAm
Forensics: Building a Face from DNA - Andrew Pollack, NY Times
The Twisted Architecture of the Genome - Ivan Amato, Quanta
Food Preservatives Linked to Obesity, IBD - Sara Reardon, Nature
Anti-GMOers Use Law to Harass Scientists - Alan Levinovitz, Wired
Digital Millennials Still Prefer Printed Books - Michael Rosenwald, WP
The Quest for Nuclear Fusion - Antony Funnell, ABC Science
Wednesday, February 25
What Happens When Betelgeuse Explodes? - Jillian Scudder, SWaB!
The Plan to Find Aliens on Europa - Adam Mann, NewScientist
What If Other Human Species Had Survived? - Yuval Harari, RCSci.
Dozens of Mysterious Craters in Siberia - A. Liesowska, Siberian Times
The Internet: The Next Failed State? - Sean Gallagher, Ars Technica
Science's Struggle to Define Emotions - Julie Beck, The Atlantic
Tiny Tubes: Bacteria Can Feed Each Other - Francie Diep, PopSci
The 'Monty Hall' Problem: Everybody Is Wrong - R. VerBruggen, RCS
Why Drip Coffee Is Likelier to Spill than a Latte - Rachel Feltman, WP
It's Easy (and Fun) to Troll Conspiracy Theorists - Ross Pomeroy, RCS
Tuesday, February 24
The $11-Billion Breast Implant Scam - Josh Bloom, Science 2.0
CT Scan Finds Mummy Inside Buddha Statue - Michelle Starr, CNET
The Terrible Truth About Science Shills - Ross Pomeroy, RCScience
Ditch Dishwasher & Kids Have Fewer Allergies - Cari Nierenberg, LS
Babies Should Eat Peanuts to Avoid Allergy - Jennifer Couzin, Science
Zealots Help Sway Popular Opinions - Ker Than, Inside Science
Game Theory Creates New Evolutionary Puzzle - E. Singer, Quanta
'Weather Forecasts' for National Economies - R.V. Noorden, Nature
Aviation Geniuses & Their Flying Machines - Ben Marks, CW
New Space Race Focuses on Mars, E.T. - Erica Vowles, ABC Science
Monday, February 23
What Antidepressants Do To Healthy People - Science 2.0
What Goes on Inside a Proton? - Jon Butterworth, The Guardian
The Quantum Mechanics of Fate - George Musser, Nautilus
The Best NASA Missions That Never Happened - Joe Stromberg, Vox
The Scariest Spacewalks in History - Becky Ferreira, Motherboard
Climate Skeptic Took $1.2 Million from Oil - Jeff Tollefson, Nature
Anti-Vax Parents Face Jail in Europe, Africa - Alex Berezow, RCSci.
Mosquitoes vs. Mosquitoes in Florida - Lizette Alvarez, N.Y. Times
An Underwater Graveyard of Giant Lemurs - Brian Switek, Nat Geo
Forgotten Fossil Is a New Species - Victoria Gill, BBC News

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