RealClearScience Morning Edition

Tuesday, September 16
Found: Huge, 5000-Year-Old Monument in Israel - Owen Jarus, LS
What if Ebola Goes Airborne? - Michael Osterholm, New York Times
GMO OJ: Biotech Could Save Florida Oranges - Paul Voosen, NatGeo
Hitchcock Thriller Activates 'Vegetative' Brain - E. Callaway, Nature
Anxiety Drugs Linked to Alzheimer's - Beverly Merz, Harvard Health
Texas Textbooks Butcher Climate Change - John Timmer, Ars Tech.
Are We Developing Blinding Lasers? - Dan Drollette, Jr., BotAS
Should Macho Men Shave Their Legs? - Tom Hartsfield, RCScience
Do Conservatives & Liberals Smell Differently? - Tom Jacobs, PS
Can You Eat Via Your Anus? - Ross Pomeroy, RealClearScience
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Monday, September 15
Ebola: Act Now, or We May Regret It - Maryn McKenna, Wired
In U.S., Hispanics Live Longer than Others - Alex Berezow, RCSci.
Seattle Man Ordered to Stop Spreading HIV - BBC News
Artificial Spleen Removes Poisons From Blood - Mitch Leslie, Science
Why Women Can't Parallel Park - Lewis Wolpert, The Telegraph
When Scientists Give Up - Richard Harris, NPR
What Stephen Hawking Really Meant - Don Lincoln, Symmetry
No, You're Not Eating Spiders in Your Sleep - Jane J. Lee, Nat Geo
7 Reasons to Have More Sex - Amanda MacMillan, Time
5 Disastrous Errors in Volcano Movies - C.J. Miozzi, The Escapist
Saturday, September 13
Don't Take Your Vitamins - Emily Oster, FiveThirtyEight
5 Bogus Excuses Used to Avoid a Flu Shot - Larry Schwartz, Salon
Is Working at Night Bad for You? - Claudia Hammond, BBC Future
Next-Gen Stem Cells Implanted in Woman - David Cyranoski, Nature
Will Intelligent Machines Destroy Humanity? - Ron Bailey, Reason
Millenials Better-Read Than Everyone Else - Emily Tamkin, Slate
New Twists in Earth's Radiation Belts - Daniel Baker, American Sci
There's No Such Thing as a Supercluster - Ethan Siegel, SwaB!
Stop Pretending Liberals Just as Anti-Science - Chris Mooney, MoJo
Journal Club: Why Aren't More Women Feminists?
Friday, September 12
The Horror of Waking Up During Surgery - Clare Wilson, NewSci.
Are Radical Feminists More Masculine? - Ross Pomeroy, RCScience
Graphene Leads to Foldable Electronics - Emma Stoye, Chem. World
Maxwell's Demon Made with Single Electron - John Timmer, AT
Ebola Patient Gets Blood from Cured Doctor - KW & LS, USA Today
Gardens Grow Better on Mars than Moon? - Patricia Waldron, ISNS
Where to Earn a Minor in 'Craft Beer' - Matt Vasilogambros, Atlantic
Religious or Not, We All Misbehave - Emily Underwood, Science News
Kraken: Monster that Hunts with Its Own Poop - Matt Simon, Wired
Thursday, September 11
Big Bang Mystery Extends into Nearby Galaxy - Mike Lemonick, NG
'Extreme' Solar Storm to Hit Earth - Seth Borenstein, AP
Betelgeuse Will Explode in 100,000 Years - Phil Plait, Slate
3 Simple Steps to Make Mars Like Earth - Ross Pomeroy, RCScience
Dolphins' Underwater Victory Squeals - Mary Bates, Wired
How High Can a Human Throw Something? - R. Munroe, Guardian
First Ever Induced Pluripotent Stem Cell Trial - D. Cyranoski, Nature
Huffing Xenon a New Cheat for Athletes - Tom Hartsfield, RCScience
The Awful Reign of the Red Delicious - Sarah Yager, The Atlantic
Wednesday, September 10
Canada Finds British Ship Missing Since 1845 - BBC News
Relax, Stephen Hawking - Roxanne Palmer, World Science Festival
Astrophysicists Will Turn Moon into Cosmic Ray Detector - arXiv
Zircon Grains Shed Light on Mars' Watery Past - Xaq Rzetelny, AT
CO2 Levels Rise at Fastest Rate Since 1984 - Matt McGrath, BBC
100-Year-Old Ricin Found in NIH Lab - Lauran Neergaard, AP
A Parrot Passes the Marshmallow Test - Sarah Zielinski, Slate
A Much Easier Way to Add Fractions - Marianne Freiberger, Plus Mag.
The Imaginary Radiation that Ruined a Career - Matt Simon, Wired
Why Scientists Should Feel Stupid - Ross Pomeroy, RealClearScience
Tuesday, September 9
Hawking: Higgs Could Destroy Universe - Kelly Dickerson, Live Sci.
Space Particles May Kick-Start Planet Formation - M. Woo, ISNS
Unraveling the 'Impossible' Star System - Brian Koberlein, OUaaT
Is Anything Certain in Science? - Alex Berezow, RealClearScience
What 'Peak Phosphorus' Means for World - A. Adavikolanu, SciNordic
Control Cancer without Killing It? - Jerome Groopman, New Yorker
Ocean Acidification: Ideology Trumps Science - Cliff Mass, Weather
Fish and Eels Team Up to Catch Prey - Mollie Bloudoff-Indelicato, NG
Seychelles Snail, Thought Extinct, Found Alive - Corinne Chin, AP
Clues to Extinctions on Egyptian Tomb Walls - Jessica Ruvinsky, Sci.
Monday, September 8
Prehistoric Fish with the Strangest Jaws - Brian Switek, Phenomena
One Thing Short and Tall Men Have in Common - Alex Berezow, RCS
Vaccine Gives Monkeys Ebola Immunity - James Gallagher, BBC
Severe Respiratory Virus Striking Midwest Youth - CNN
What If There Were No Particle Detectors? - Calla Cofield, Symmetry
Plate Tectonics Found on Europa - Alexandra Witze, Nature News
What Exactly Is the Big Rip? - Ethan Siegel, Starts with a Bang!
Sculptures Guard Mysterious Greek Tomb - Rossella Lorenzi, D-News
The Ten Commandments of Science - David Eicher, Huffington Post
Saturday, September 6
Why I Don't Eat With My Kids - Jeffrey Kluger, Time
Math Tells Us How to Hold a Pizza Slice - Aatish Bhatia, Wired
Humans Are Hardwired for Negativity - Jacob Burak, Aeon Magazine
Your Brain on Metaphors - Michael Chorost, Chronicle of Higher Education
The Curious Case of Space Plankton - Ian Steadman, NewStatesman
The Graphene Effect - Ben Physics, Quantum Frontiers
Mother of Higgs Boson Found - Michael Slezak, NewScientist
How Junk Science Spreads in Journals - Siw Ellen Jakobsen, SciNordic
The Improbable Practicality of the Humanities - Edward Tenner, AEI
Newton Blog: The Gluten of the 1900s

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