RealClearScience Morning Edition

Saturday, October 25
The End of Pregnancy - Reihan Salam, Slate
The Economics of 1,000-Year Lifespans - Nicholas Warino, The Week
Company Practices Virtual Eugenics - Ronald Bailey, Reason
Manly Men Not Always the Best Choice - Michael Lemonick, Time
How Do People Get New Ideas? - Isaac Asimov, MIT Technology Review
Schizophrenia's Lessons for Humanity - Allison Eck, PBS NOVA
Can You Have Feelings for a Robot? - Olivia Goldhill, The Telegraph
Who Really Found the Higgs Boson - Neal Hartman, Nautilus
How Fidel Castro Helped Bring Us the Hubble - Quantum, Phys Cent
Monster Sunspot Turns Toward Earth - Ian O'Neill, Discovery News
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Friday, October 24
Historic Quantum Software Run for First Time - Jacob Aron, NewSci.
The Dangers of Sleep Deprivation - Cody Delistraty, The Atlantic
The Shame of Poor Teeth in a Rich World - Sarah Smarsh, Aeon Mag.
Winter Was Not Always the Cruelest Season - The Economist
African Nation of Mali Confirms First Case of Ebola - BBC News
NYC Doctor Tests Positive for Ebola - Sanchez & Prokupecz, CNN
Red Cross: Ebola Travel Bans 'Irrational' - Michael Martina, Reuters
How the CDC Fumbled Its Ebola Response - Alex Berezow, USA Today
Iran's Evil Imprisonment of My Colleague - Tom Hartsfield, RCSci.
4 Advances for the City of Tomorrow - Ross Pomeroy, RCScience
Thursday, October 23
A Long, Global History of Marijuana - Agata Blaszczak-Boxe, Live Sci.
Another Big Psychology Theory Won't Replicate - Ross Pomeroy, RCS
18 Yrs of Academic Fraud Uncovered at UNC - Ganim & Sayers, CNN
Sleepy Sun Could Make Mars Trips Deadly - Jacob Aron, NewScientist
Sphinx Head Found in Mysterious Greek Tomb - R. Lorenzi, D-News
Where Ebola Hides Between Outbreaks - Matt McCarthy, Slate
More than Half of 2007-12 Papers Free to Read - R. Noorden, Nature
Anthropic Principle: 10 Things to Know - Sabine Hossenfelder, SWaB!
Can You Solve Martin Gardner's Math Puzzles? - A. Bellos, Guardian
Wednesday, October 22
Paralytic Walks Again After Cell Transplant - Fergus Walsh, BBC
Stegosaurs: Thigh-Goring Killing Machines - Rachel Feltman, WP
The Sixth (and Invisible) Extinction - Alexandra Witze, Nature News
Tornadoes Increasingly Coming in Swarms - Will Dunham, Reuters
Don't Fear Ebola. Fear Fear Itself - David Ropeik, Bulletin Atomic Sci.
Why Do Some People Survive Ebola? - Lauran Neergaard, AP
Hair Fungus Clouds Forensic Evidence - Anna Salleh, ABC Science
NYC Rats Carry Alarming Diseases - Megan Gannon, Live Science
Deceptive Animals Can Teach Us About Humans - Daniel Jones, Aeon
The All-American Appeal of Serial Killers - Julie Beck, The Atlantic
Spooky Science: Read About the 4 Most Frightening Studies
Tuesday, October 21
The Healthiest Diet 'Proven' by Science - Ross Pomeroy, RCScience
Ebola: Separating Fact from Fiction - Katherine Hobson, NatGeo
Cold Sores Linked to Dementia - Eva Stromsted, ScienceNordic
Medical Diplomacy: A Tool for U.S. Foreign Policy - Boer Deng, Slate
Pentagon: Climate Change Poses Immediate Risk - Brian Kahn, CC
'Dust Bowl' Was Worst Drought in 1,000 Yrs - Hannah Hoag, Nature
The British Solution to Grade Inflation - Heidi Tworek, The Atlantic
How to Create Curved Spacetime in the Lab - arXiv Blog
The History of the 'Bearded Lady' - Helen King, Wonders & Marvels
Monday, October 20
Liberals or Conservatives More Anti-Vaccine? - Alex Berezow, RCS
An Ebola Flight Ban Wouldn't Work - Nate Silver, FiveThirtyEight
Ebola Highlights Distrust of Medicine - David Oshinsky, Wall St Jrnl
The Ebola Conspiracy Theories - Alan Feuer, New York Times
Earthquake Prediction: Fact and Fiction - Christina Boyes, RCScience
Fossils Rewrite History of Penetrative Sex - Daniel Cressey, Nature News
The Site Keeping Consumer Genetics Alive - A. Regalado, MIT Review
Hidden Light: The Key to Dark Matter? - Michael Byrne, Motherboard
The Four Most Frightening Studies - Ross Pomeroy, RealClearScience
Saturday, October 18
Puppy-Sized Spider Surprises Scientist - Tanya Lewis, LiveScience
Are Your Bacteria Jet-Lagged? - Elizabeth Norton, Science Now
Reheated Pasta May Be Less Fattening - Michael Mosley, BBC News
American Schools Are Teaching All Wrong - David Edwards, Wired
How To Stop Winning Nobel Prizes - Chu & Cech, Wall Street Journal
Not All Science Is Created Equal - John Ioannidis, Chemistry World
X-37B Space Plane Returns to Earth - Devin Coldewey, NBC News
Why Quarantines Don't Work Well - Eric Niiler, Discovery News
Braggers Don't Think They're Annoying - Melissa Dahl, Sci of Us
Newton Blog: Hilariously Stupid Science Questions #5
Friday, October 17
The Left Continues to Leave Science Behind - Hank Campbell, S2.0
Why the CDC Chief Must Be Fired - Ford Vox, CNN
Ebola May Hit 10K Cases per Week in Africa - Welch & Jervis, USAT
Resurrecting Smallpox May Be Quite Easy - Leonard Adleman, NYT
Designer Viruses: The New Antibiotics? - Luc Henry, Conversation
'Plasma Bombs' and 'Tornadoes' Detected on Sun - Stuart Gary, ABC
Dark Matter Detected in Sun's Core? - Ian Sample, Guardian
A Visionary's Poor Vision, 1685 - Jyoti Madhusoodanan, The Scientist
Hilariously Stupid Science Questions #5 - Ross Pomeroy, RCScience
Thursday, October 16
Moon Volcanoes Erupted in Dinosaur Era? - Megan Gannon, Space
Bronze Age Sundial-Moondial Found - Stephanie Pappas, Live Science
ISIS Looting Archaeological Treasures - David Kohn, New Yorker
11 Questions for CDC's Dr. Frieden - Cohen & Kupferschmidt, Science
Tiny Animal Lives Only on Driftwood - Elizabeth Preston, Inkfish
Universities Must Evolve in Order to Survive - Nature News
Fluorescent DNA Becomes Metal Detector - Andy Extance, C-World
EPA Approves New GMO System - Jon Entine, Genetic Literacy Project
Hacked T-Cells Hunt Down Cancer - Elizabeth Lopatto, The Verge
How Much Would You Pay Not to Die in 3 Hours? - J. Kluger, Time
Wednesday, October 15
American Suicide: Does Anybody Care? - Gregg Zoroya, USA Today
Learn Some Skepticism, Generation TED - Julian Baggini, Aeon
Climate Models Underplay Plant CO2 Absorption - M. McGrath, BBC
Why Laser Fusion Power Is So Difficult - Tom Hartsfield, RCScience
Artificial Intelligence Shown in Quantum Computer - arXiv Blog
From Butterfly Wing to Anti-Counterfeiting - Tim Wogan, P-World
Spiders Break Through Our Blind Spots - Nala Rogers, Inside Science
Meet the 10-Foot-Tall 'Terror Birds' - Ross Pomeroy, RealClearScience
Why Do We Spare Civilians in War? - Irene Petersen, ScienceNordic
Don't Yell 'I Have Ebola' on a Crowded Bus - Elahe Izadi, WaPo

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