RealClearScience Morning Edition

Why Insects Should Be on the Menu - Aaron Dossey, The Scientist
Feeding Your Kids Dirt Might Just Be a Good Idea - Rebecca Boyle, PopSci
Don't Take N.Y. Times Magazine's Medical Advice - Michelle Francl, Slate
On 'The Origin of Feces' - Christine Dell'Amore, National Geographic
Scientists Yearn to Catch a Moon - Ivan Semeniuk, The Globe & Mail
Fresh Clues In Dinosaur Whodunit Point To Asteroid - Adam Cole, NPR
Does Low Fertility Spell Economic Collapse? - Ruy Teixeira, New Republic
Are Robots to Blame for 7.9% Unemployment? - Jason Dorrier, Singularity
Why the DEA Classifies Pot with Heroin - Robert Bonner, Los Angeles Times
Science Isn't on the Side of Drug Warriors - Paul Armentano, L.A. Times
Journal Club: Pop Vitamin C Tablets, Get a Kidney Stone

RealClearScience Afternoon Edition

Can Drones Learn Morality? - Randy Rieland, Smithsonian
Will We Ever Simulate the Human Brain? - Ed Yong, BBC Future
The Sun Will Fry the Earth - 'Sorry!' - Nana Karikari-apau, CNN Light Years
Texas Looks for 'Another Side' to Evolution - John Timmer, Ars Technica
Marijuana a Gateway Drug to Cigarettes? - Kevin Redmon, Pacific Standard
Detoxify Yourself with the 'Moose Cleanse' - Mallory Ortberg, The Atlantic

RealClearScience The Latest Research

The Most Comprehensive Tree of Life to Date - University of Florida
Magnetism Helps Salmon Find Home - National Science Foundation
Gene Therapy Used to Cure Type 1 Diabetes in Dogs - EurekAlert!
Could Your DNA Be a Privacy Risk? - Tel Aviv University