RealClearScience Morning Edition

Friday, April 18
Every Weekend Could Be Four Days Long - David Spencer, Conversation
Sleep Aids and Anxiety Meds Can Kill You - Richard Taite, Science 2.0
Should Big Pharma Be Allowed to Pay Doctors? - Aidan Lewis, BBC
War Is Hell, and the Hell Rubs Off - David Morris, Slate
Toilet Flushes Could Power Your Home - Abigail Hallowes, Chem. World
New Concrete Could Last a Lifetime - Katharine Gammon, Inside Science
Can World's Rarest Bear Be Saved? - Douglas Chadwick, Nat'l Geographic
Binary Stars Validate Einstein Yet Again - Ken Croswell, Physics World
Why Don't Old People Want Time Machines? - Adrienne LaFrance, Atlantic
Would You Have Sex with a Total Stranger? - Ross Pomeroy, RCScience
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Thursday, April 17
Saturn May Be Giving Birth to 63rd Moon - David Shukman, BBC News
Don't Blame Dark Matter for Positrons - Colin Stuart, Physics World
Cognitive Speed: 'Over the Hill' at Age 24 - Carl Engelking, D-Brief
Harnessing Earth's Massive Wave Power - Tom Hartsfield, RCScience
Testing 'Twin Paradox' Without a Spaceship - Carlos Sabin, Conversation
Isolating RNA from Single Cell in Living Tissue - A. Azvolinsky, Scientist
The Protein Interaction that Allows Conception - Arielle Duhaime, Verge
Plant-Derived Nanotubes for DNA Delivery - Cynthia McKelvey, ISNS
Do GMOs Cause Allergies? (Hint: No) - XiaoZhi Lim, Genetic Literacy Proj.
How Do We Solve the Wild Horse Crisis? - Warren Cornwall, Slate
RCS Feature: Breast Enlargement Pumps & Other Quack Devices
Wednesday, April 16
Allergies: The Real Midlife Crisis - Brian Palmer, Slate
Parents Going to Jail over Shaky Medical Diagnosis - Matt Stroud, Verge
Bizarre Hallucination Reveals How Brain Works - G. Bookwalter, Wired
Does Genetics Underlie Entrepreneurism? - Kerry Grens, The Scientist
Using Ambiguity to Extract Money from People - Esther Inglis-Arkell, io9
Malaria Outbreak without Mosquitoes - Rebecca Kreston, Body Horrors
How Bacteria Become Flesh-Eating Monsters - Perry & Rathi, Conv. UK
Baking Cakes with Coffee Flour - Caroline Winter, Bloomberg Businessweek
Do People Swallow Spiders While Sleeping? - Annie Sneed, SciAm
Tuesday, April 15
'Cherry Tree from Space Mystery' Baffles Scientists - Shigemi Sato, AFP
U.S. Biomedical Research 'Unsustainable' - Benderly & Austin, Sci. Insider
Are Our Students Doomed to Inferior Education? - Ethan Siegel, SWaB!
Religion Didn't Kill Science in the Middle East - Ross Pomeroy, RCScience
Cyberattacks Bigger Risk than Terrorism - Meghan McGuinness, BotAS
Drunk Monkeys: Evolutionary Basis for Alcoholism? - Wynne Parry, LS
Secret to Soft Skin Is in Chemistry - Jennifer Newton, Chemistry World
Asian Air Pollution Strengthens Pacific Storms - Rebecca Morelle, BBC
Dark, Dangerous World of Extreme Cavers - Burkhard Bilger, NY'er
Lunar Eclipse Myths from Around the World - Jane Lee, NatGeo
Monday, April 14
Pluto May Have Deep Seas - Larry O'Hanlon, Discovery News
Study: Ancient Martian Air Held No Water - Stuart Gary, ABC Science
The Blood Moon Is Coming! - Hank Campbell, Science 2.0
Tiktaalik: The Real Darwin Fish - Chris Mooney, Slate
Can We Drive Our Own Evolution? - Jason Goldman, BBC Future
Climate Efforts Falling Short, U.N. Panel Says - Justin Gillis, NY Times
Five Wacky Ideas to Fix Global Warming - Sarah Knapton, The Telegraph
Jenny McCarthy Pretends She's Not Anti-Vaccine - Jeffrey Kluger, Time
1 in 68 Children Now Has Autism. Why? - Enrico Gnaulati, The Atlantic
An Antidote for Bitter Beer Face? - Alex B. Berezow, RealClearScience
Newton Blog: Unlike Voters, Fish Make Better Group Decisions
Saturday, April 12
Atom Gates Open Door to Quantum Computing - J. Cartwright, P-World
Could We Extinguish the Sun with Lots of Water? - The Independent
The Time Has Come for Thorium - The Economist
Seven Food Labeling Tricks Exposed - Sandra Jones, The Conversation
The Toxic History of Soda Pop - Hunter Oatman-Stanford, Collectors Weekly
A Treatment for Chemophobia - Joe Schwarcz, Huffington Post
Can Pets Really Be Depressed? - Maria Popova, Brain Pickings
Why Some Animals Eat Their Young - Rebecca Jacobson, PBS NewsHour
Newton Blog: Hilariously Stupid Science Questions: Yes, Again!
Friday, April 11
If He Looks Stupid, He Probably Is - Ross Pomeroy, RealClearScience
Lab-Grown Vaginas Transplanted into Women - Catherine de Lange, NS
The Dutch Are 3D-Printing a House - Jason Dorrier, Singularity Hub
Rare 'Back-to-Back' Maximum Eclipses Coming - Ethan Siegel, SWaB!
Quirky Quarks Create New Exotic Particle - Harry Cliff, Conversation UK
High-Energy Particles Detected at 'IceCube' - Clara Moskowitz, SciAm
Lasers to Divert Lightning from Buildings? - Michael Keller, Txchnologist
Yellow Lights: The 'Dilemma Zone' of Driving - Joel Shurkin, ISNS
Biohacking and Problem of Bioterrorism - Mike Loukides, Radar
World's 100 Most Unique & Endangered Birds - Jessica Aldred, Guardian
Thursday, April 10
World's Oldest Message in a Bottle Found in Baltic - The History Blog
Volcanic Eruption that Changed World History - Gillen Wood, Conv. UK
U.S. Senators Act Like Middle School Students - Jeffrey Kluger, Time
Half of Americans Believe at Least 1 Conspiracy Theory - Tom Jacobs, PS
LHC: Fired Up, (Gettin') Ready to Go! - Sarah Charley, Symmetry
DNA Logic Gates Inside Cockroach Cells - Yogi Patel, Ars Technica
STD Makes Crickets Rabidly Lustful - Ruth Davenport, Metro News
Music Sounds Better if You Think Artist Is Weird - Matt Hutson, Atlantic
7 Weird Psychology Facts That Sound Like Myths - Ross Pomeroy, RCS
Wednesday, April 9
Why Physics Teachers Preach Fiction - Tom Hartsfield, RealClearScience
Baby Volcanic Island Eats Its Older Neighbor - Megan Gannon, Live Sci.
What Helium Can Tell Us About Volcanoes - Erik Klemetti, Wired
Theory Predicts New Form of Phosphorus - Emma Stoye, Chem. World
Phytoplasma: Bacteria that Turn Plants into Zombies - Ed Yong, Nature
Heal Thyself! Mammalian Organ Persuaded to Renew - The Economist
Food Prices Will Topple More Governments - Joshua Keating, Slate
Why Crowdfunding Is a Rotten Deal - Adam Gomolin, The American
Debunking Hollywood Outbreak Myths - Centers for Disease Control
Feature: Psychology's Ten Greatest Myths
Tuesday, April 8
Why Big Data & Fancy Statistics Aren't Science - Marcus & Davis, NYT
Sherlock Holmes & The Meaning of Life - John Horgan, Scientific Am.
How Many People to Colonize a Star System? - Sarah Fecht, Pop. Mech.
Ancient Egyptian Mummy Has Brain, No Heart - Owen Jarus, Live Sci.
Sorry, Nothing Special About Stradivarius Violins - Tom Jacobs, Pac Std
A False Pregnancy in France - Lisa Smith, Wonders & Marvels
Afghanistan's Huge New National Park - Brian Howard, Nat'l Geographic
Fear Mosquitoes, Not Genetic Engineering - Cohrssen & Miller, Proj. Syn.
Deer Kill More People Than Sharks. Here's How - Ross Pomeroy, RCSci

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