RealClearScience Morning Edition
Tuesday, July 29Science Changing What It Means to Be Dead
- Judith Shulevitz, TNRHow Far Should We Go to Save Our Pets?
- David Grimm, SlateFirst, Schrodinger's Cat. Now 'Quantum Pigeons'
- Marcus Woo, PWEarth's Gravity Melts Layer Around Moon's Core
- Stuart Gary, ABCThe Most Boring Time on Earth
- Ross Pomeroy, RealClearScienceOverblown Stigma of Genital Herpes
- Jon Fortenbury, The AtlanticA Mysterious, Never-Ending Itch
- Sandra Boodman, Washington PostHow Did Our Ancient Myths Begin?
- Steve Connor, The IndependentThe Answer, My Friend, Isn't Blowing in the Wind
- Bjorn Lomborg, PSFBI Investigates Anti-GMO Activist for Threats
- Jon Entine, GLPMore RCSc: Facebook | Twitter | Google+ | Mobile | Daily E-mail
Monday, July 28Why Sleeping In Makes You More Tired
- Nick Stockton, WiredLow Education Makes Brain Age Faster
- Bo Christensen, ScienceNordicCould Sunscreen Come in a Pill?
- Daniel Engber, Popular ScienceResistant 'Nightmare Bacteria' Increases 5-Fold
- Maryn McKenna, WiredResearcher Claims Souls Are Dark Matter
- Alex Berezow, RealClearScienceWhere Is All the Dark Matter?
- Matthew Francis, Ars TechnicaPopular Psychology Experiment May Be Worthless
- Olga Khazan, AtlanticIn Search of 'Homo Economicus'
- Neuroskeptic, Discover1-Million-Year-Old Artifacts Found in South Africa
Saturday, July 26Why Girls Scream at Boy Band Concerts
- Chris Richards, Wash PostNice Women Finish First. Nice Men Don't.
- Paula Mejia, NewsweekLack of Sleep Leads to False Memories
- Steven Novella, NeurologicaThe Virus Controlling Your Gut Bacteria
- Azeen Ghorayshi, NewScientistInsects: The Future of Fast Food
- Daniella Martin, Conservation MagazineI Am a Monsanto Collaborator
- Jesus Madrazo, Monsanto BlogFluffy Dinosaur Raises New Questions
- Brian Switek, PhenomenaA Science Fact-Check of 2001: Space Odyssey
- Roxanne Palmer, The WeekWhy I'm Leaving Scientific American
- Kate Clancy, Scientific AmericanNewton: The Disorder Where Your Hand Has a Mind of Its Own
Friday, July 25Many Things Wrong with General Relativity
- Marianne Freiberger, PlusAlternative Fusion Technologies Heat Up
- Mitchell Waldrop, NatureLinguistic Tics that Reveal Your Insecurity
- Katy Waldman, SlateWhy Don't People Help Victims of Violent Crime?
- Dwyer Gunn, AeonWhen Hands Develop Minds of Their Own
- Ross Pomeroy, RCScienceWhy Are Some People More Prone to Mosquito Bites?
- H. Keyser, MFHow Greens Hijacked Natural Gas
- Jon Entine, PhilanthropyInterview with a National Security Robot
- Stephen Buranyi, M'board6th Grader Plagiarizes a PhD's Research
- Jessica Lahey, The AtlanticRCS Feature: Why Dogs Are Better Than CatsRCS Feature: Why Cats Are Better Than Dogs
Thursday, July 24Why Has the Sun Gone Eerily Quiet?
- Deborah Netburn, LA TimesLasers Could Be Future of Anti-Missile Tech
- Kelsey Atherton, PopSciWhy Is Einstein the Poster Boy for Genius?
- Matthew Francis, AeonGMO Fearmongering Keeps Africa in Poverty
- Rob Bailey, GuardianMoose Saliva Turns Off Grass's Toxic Defenses
- Michael Marshall, NSWhy Freshwater Dolphins Are So Endangered
- Rachel Nuwer, S'sonianSnakes Attack Themselves in Microgravity
- Jason Goldman, io9Why Dogs Are Better Than Cats
- Ross Pomeroy, RealClearScienceJournal Club: Should Men Sit Down to Pee?
Wednesday, July 23Transistor Successor May Radically Alter Computing
- W. Grossman, SAThe Many Myths Circulating about MH17
- Martin Enserink, SlateWhy Pundits Make Wild Predictions
- Levitt & Dubner, 'Think Like a Freak'Revolutionary Biotech May Offer HIV Cure
- David Shultz, RCScienceWhat Caused the Deadly Washington Mudslide?
- Warren Cornwall, NGInjection Wells: How to Avoid Earthquakes
- Kate Ravilious, Phys. WorldFormerly Uncontacted Tribe Contracts Flu
- Heather Pringle, SciencePlague Kills 1 Person, China Quarantines 30,000
- AFPWhy Cats Are Better Than Dogs
- Ross Pomeroy, RealClearScience
Tuesday, July 22The Most Unscientific Movie Ever?
- Ross Pomeroy, RealClearScienceWhat to Do with a Failed $5 Billion Experiment?
- Tom Hartsfield, RCSci.Biotech Lab Aims to Make Synthetic Milk
- Tuan Nguyen, Wash. PostReducing Crop Waste Could Feed Billions
- Mark Zastrow, NatureCities Thrive Most When They Are a Tangled Mess
- Will Wiles, AeonCan Humans Smell Fear?
- Daniel Engber, Popular ScienceAntioxidants: A Tale of Two Scientists
- Hank Campbell, Science 2.0Religious Children Are Easier to Fool
- Luke Malone, VocativNorth Korean Architect's Crazy Vision of Future
- Kyle Vanhemert, Wired
Monday, July 21Political Correctness: A Disease with No Cure
- Alex Berezow, RCScienceRobert Kennedy Jr. Is Obsessive and Dangerous
- Laura Helmuth, SlateWhat If Your Son Has a Condition New to Science?
- Seth Mnookin, NYerWhat Rolling Over During Sleep Says About You
- Buzz Skyline, PhysCentHumans Aren't the Pinnacle of Evolution
- Jason Dorrier, Singularity HubExisting Cropland Could Feed 3 Billion More
- Fiona Harvey, The GuardianWhat Is a 'Cup of Coffee' Really?
- Jenifer Mizen, Chemistry WorldGeophysicists Crack Secrets of Mount Rainier
- Sci-NewsProof We Landed on the Moon Is in the Dust
- Amy Shira Teitel, PopSciNew Quantum Assault on Conventional Logic
- Tom Siegfried, ScienceNews
Saturday, July 19The Most Terrifying Thought Experiment Ever
- David Auerbach, SlateWhy Some People Are Attracted to Jerks
- Erin McCarthy, Mental FlossOnline Reading Is a Whole Different Story
- Maria Konnikova, New YorkerHow Fatherhood Changes the Brain
- Christian Jarrett, WiredWhat Happens When an Amoeba 'Eats' a Brain?
- Roni Jacobson, SciAmElectric Bacteria Live on Pure Energy
- Catherine Brahic, NewScientistVegetables Are Trying to Kill You
- Moises Velasquez-Manoff, NautilusEnd Silence on Accidental Bowel Leakage
- Kelly Brezoczky, Wash PostMoon Colonists Could Live in Lunar Caves
- Jason Koebler, MotherboardWhy Didn't California's Phone Ban Reduce Accidents?
- J. Upton, PSMagNewton Blog: The Things We Think Make Us Happy... Don't