RealClearScience Evening Edition
Wednesday, May 22The Big Fat Truth: Overweight Can Be Healthy
- Virginia Hughes, Nature60 and Pregnant
- Miriam Zoll, The AtlanticNew Asthma Treatment Extremely Successful
- Ransdell Pierson, ReutersCancer Findings Are Hard to Reproduce
- Adam Marcus, Retraction WatchDoes Climate Change Cause Bigger Tornadoes?
- Shaunacy Ferro, PopSciWhy Banking Needs Quantum Physics
- Jonathon Keats, Big ThinkJournal Club: Spiders May Be Evolving Away from Web-Making
Tuesday, May 21Did Humans Hunt & Eat Neanderthals?
- Larry O'Hanlon, Discovery NewsPersonal Genomics Can Be Quite Perilous
- Daniel Engber, SlateYou're Less Beautiful Than You Think
- Ozgun Atasoy, Scientific American'Big Candy' Study Says Candy Won't Make You Fat
- Colin Lecher, PopSciDog Trained to Comprehend Sentences
- Bruce Bower, Science NewsWhy I'm Studying a Theory That's Wrong
- Matt von Hippel, Ars Tech
Monday, May 20Would You Open Up to a Robot Shrink?
- Alix Spiegel, NPRStem Cells Restore Sight to Blind Man
- Andy Coghlan, NewScientistQuantum Computers Are Like Idiot Savants
- Gary Marcus, New YorkerOp-Ed: No Uranium Mining Near Grand Canyon
- Ken Brower, Nat GeoCould Cold Fusion Actually Be for Real?
- Tommaso Dorigo, Science 2.0So Many State Birds Are Totally Lame
- Nicholas Lund, Slate
Friday, May 17Were Victorian Age People More Intelligent?
- Bob Yirka, PhysOrgWhy There Are So Few Lefties in China
- Larry O'Hanlon, Discovery NewsMy 'Truly Remarkable' Cancer Breakthrough
- Mary E. Williams, SalonHey Animal Planet, Learn What a Monster Is
- Kyle Hill, SciAmericanHow We Could Find Alien Life Soon
- Lee Billings, NautilusWhat's the Fastest Ship in Science Fiction?
- Chris Kirk, Slate
Thursday, May 16Quantum Computer to Be Installed at NASA
- Alex Mansfield, BBC NewsHow NASA Could Save Kepler
- Clay Dillow, Popular ScienceA Calculator Built from Living Cells
- Akshat Rathi, The ConversationStar Trek's Top Six Scientific Errors
- Phil Plait, SlateMisunderstood 'Connection' Between Race & IQ
- Brink Lindsey, AtlanticHow Needing to Wee Affects Decision-Making
- Neurobonkers, Big Think
Wednesday, May 15Why Weird Rituals Actually Work
- F. Gino & M. Norton, Sci AmericanThe Science of Embracing the Void
- Seth Stevenson, SlateChemists Work on Addiction-Proof Painkillers
- Francie Diep, PopSciHuman Embryos Cloned to Make Stem Cells
- M. Doucleff & R. Stein, NPRDepressed People Live in Different Time Zone
- Steve Connor, IndependentRussia's Failed Cold War Laser-Toting Satellite
- Amy Teitel, Ars Technica
Tuesday, May 14The Lethality of Loneliness
- Judith Shulevitz, The New RepublicGreen-Friendly Bug Repellent Doesn't Work
- Brooke Borel, SlateYeast: Beer, Fear & Loathing
- John-Manuel Andriote, The AtlanticFungus Is the Internet of the Plant World
- Mark Wilson, Fast CompanyHave Archaeologists Found Lost City in Honduras?
- Tim Walker, Indep.Cosmic Flash Could Herald Birth of Black Hole
- Ian Randall, Phys. WorldGallery: Astronauts Return from Successful Mission at ISSJournal Club: The First Case of Seizures Caused by Laughter
Monday, May 13Why Babies in Every Country Say 'Mama'
- Therese Oneill, The WeekIs Diet Milk Coming to a Store Near You?
- Daniel Engber, SlateBehind the Scenes of the $325,000 Burger
- Henry Fountain, N.Y. TimesUN Urges People to Eat Insects to Fight World Hunger
- BBC NewsTwo Grains of Alien Sand Can Tell Us a Lot
- Caleb Scharf, The New YorkerBarns Are Red Because of Dying Stars
- Rose Eveleth, SmithsonianJournal Club: Differences in Suicide Between U.S. Men, Women