RealClearScience Evening Edition
Friday, March 7Can We Talk About Thorium Already?
- Pascal-Emmanuel Gobry, The WeekCould We Make a Real Hoverboard?
- Rhett Allain, Wired500 Foods Contain 'Yoga Mat' Compound. So What?
- A. Aubrey, NPR12 Things You Might Not Know About T. rex
- Mark Mancini, Mental FlossSalamander Has Photosynthesis Inside It
- Brandon Keim, NautilusWhy Some People Can't Enjoy Music
- Arielle Duhaime-Ross, The Verge
Thursday, March 6Wikipedia: Doctors' #1 Source for Health Info
- Julie Beck, The AtlanticHIV Gene Therapy Trial Declared a Success
- Ian Sample, GuardianCentenarians Epitomize Our Fear of Aging
- Roy & Sandberg, ConversationWhen Research Needs Warning Label
- Trevor Butterworth, Harv. Biz Rev.How to Solve a 'Cold Case' Murder Mystery
- Dan Vergano, NatGeoAncient Egyptian Soldier's Letter Home Deciphered
- Owen Jarus, LS
Wednesday, March 5'Normal Barbie' Looks Like a Real Woman
- James Hamblin, The AtlanticCats & Humans: 6,000 Years of Friendship?
- Tom Jacobs, Pacific Std.Silk Screws Could Revolutionize Surgery
- Helen Briggs, BBC News'Ghostbuster'-Like Backpack for Chemistry
- Emma Stoye, Chem. WorldBlack Hole Spins at Half the Speed of Light
- Irene Klotz, Discovery NewsBuilding a Space Elevator on the Moon
- Leonard David, Space.com
Tuesday, March 4'Gravity, the Sequel': What Happens on Earth?
- Lisa Rand, The Atlantic8,200 Meters: A Depth Limit for Fish?
- Jonathan Amos, BBC NewsOceanic Steam Engines: 20,000 MW Under the Sea
- Helen Knight, NSHow Chemophobia Changed Shampoo
- Tara Haelle, SlateMagnetic Hologram Stores Data
- Hamish Johnston, Physics World
Monday, March 35-Year-Olds Can Learn Calculus
- Luba Vangelova, The AtlanticYour Baby Still Can't Read
- Steven Novella, NeurologicaDo Pop-Sci Self-Help Books Really Help?
- Kate Douglas, NewScientistSpider Silk Poised to Enter Market
- Alex Scott, Chem & Engineering NewsNASA's 'Gravity' Public Relations Dilemma
- Jeffrey Marlow, WiredThe Death of a Strange Physics Anomaly
- Tommaso Dorigo, Science 2.0Journal Club: 30,000-Year-Old Virus Revived, Infects Amoeba
Friday, February 28Wine Is Becoming Like Whiskey
- Jennifer Frazer, Scientific AmericanKrauthammer's Global Warming Straw Men
- Steven Novella, NeurologicaHow to Fix the Largest Nuclear Device
- Raffi Khatchadourian, New YorkerIs Planet Earth Under New Management?
- Robert Krulwich, NPRThe Unlikely Heroes That Made Starlight Possible
- Daniel Savin, NautilusFirst Americans Lived on Land Bridge
- Scott Armstrong Elias, Conv UKFeature: The Fall of 'The Learning Channel', in Television Shows
Thursday, February 27Nicaragua Canal? Probably a Very Bad Idea
- Greg Miller, WiredAdventures of a 17th-Century Pirate Alliance
- Owen Jarus, Live ScienceStopping a New Mosquito-Borne Virus
- Laura Kahn, Bulletin Atomic Sci.Thank Viruses for Your Skin and Bones
- Michael Slezak, NewScientistHow Many Healthy Animals Do Zoos Kill?
- Hannah Barnes, BBC NewsWood: World's Most Advanced Building Material
- Clay Risen, PopSci
Wednesday, February 26The Puzzle of the Universe's Giant Cosmic Sparks
- arXiv BlogSpookily Similar: Our Mysterious Moon
- Oliver Morton, Intelligent LifeIs Information Physical? What Does that Mean?
- Massimo Pigliucci, S2.0Synthetic 'Textbook Model' of a Catalyst
- Simon Hadlington, Chem. WorldWhy 'Shaming' Your Dog Doesn't Work
- Sue Manning, APJournal Club: Smoking More a Risk Than Fukushima Radiation
Tuesday, February 25120 Fake Science Papers Withdrawn
- Richard Van Noorden, NatureMost Precise Mass Ever for the Electron
- Shannon Palus, Ars TechnicaA Car that Runs on Air
- Matthew Jancer, Popular ScienceHow Laziness Can Fight Obesity
- Tom Jacobs, Pacific StandardFried, Grilled Meats Are Unhealthy?
- Ian Sample, Guardian