RealClearScience Morning Edition

Thursday, May 5
Air Rage? Blame First Class - Ben Panko, Science News
Medical Error: 3rd Leading Cause of Death in U.S. - Ike Swetlitz, Stat
The Altruistic Beginnings of Big Pharma - Ross Pomeroy, RCScience
A Huge Milestone in Breast Cancer Genetics - James Gallagher, BBC
Hunting in Caves for New Human Species - Sheena McKenzie, CNN
A.I. Learns from Chemistry's 'Dark Reactions' - Philip Ball, Nature
Mapped: The Global Coal Trade - S. Evans & R. Pearce, Carbon Brief
Africa's Fastest Growing Cities - Muggah & Kilcullen, World Econ. Forum
Australia to Unleash Herpes on Invasive Carp - Douglas Main, N'week
Why Your Cat Is So Weird - German Lopez, Vox
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Wednesday, May 4
Diving into Yellowstone's Hidden Depths - Jeffrey Marlow, Ex-Files
Tiny Tests Seek Universe's Big Mysteries - Joshua Sokol, Quanta Mag
Biotech Trial to 'Regenerate' Dead Brains - Sarah Knapton, Telegraph
Scientists Want Your DNA When You Die - Charlotte Persson, SciNordic
Labradors Genetically Hard-Wired for Greed? - N. Davis, Guardian
I'm a Farmer. Here's Why I Buy GMO Seeds - Brian Scott, Forbes
Lyme Disease: A Ticking Time Bomb - Hany Elsheikha, Conversation
A Vitamin C Conundrum for Organic Foodies - Josh Bloom, ACSH
Acidic Seawater Dissolving Florida Keys Reef - Seth Borenstein, AP
Occam's Razor: Is Simpler Really Better? - Elliott Sober, Aeon
Tuesday, May 3
Is Free Will Just a Mind Trick? - Adam Bear, Scientific American
Your Brain Limits You to Just Five BFFs - MIT Technology Review
DNA Secrets of Ice Age Europe Unlocked - Paul Rincon, BBC News
Boiling Water Causing Weird Streaks on Mars? - A. Potenza, Verge
China to Launch Space Program into High Gear - Ryan Faith, Vice
The Off-Color Behavior of Arsoles - Christopher Barnard, Chem. World
Our Relentless Pursuit of Excellence - Bradley Stulberg, Outside Mag
Can a Cat Have an Existential Crisis? - Britt Peterson, Nautilus
For Better Sleep, Choose Therapy over Pills - Andrew Joseph, Stat
Quiz: The Eight Most Common Elements in Earth's Crust
Monday, May 2
Lost Natural Wonder Rediscovered - Robin Wylie, BBC Earth
The World's Oldest Writing - Editors, Archaeology
The Secret Atomic Role of a WWII Carrier - Knvul Sheikh, LiveScience
The Sex Symbol of the Atomic Age Is Missing - Matt Blitz, PopMech
How a Worm Gave the South a Bad Name - Rachel Nuwer, PBS NOVA
Spider Discovered to Have Oral Sex - Ross Pomeroy, RealClearScience
Why Are We Still Looking for Nessie? - Alessandro Palci, Conversation
Who Will Debunk the Debunkers? - Daniel Engber, FiveThirtyEight
Why Physicists Crave a Grand Unifying Theory - Matt Francis, Symmetry
The Hefty Importance of Locality - George Musser, Science Friday
Saturday, April 30
'The Man Who Knew Infinity' - Ramin Skibba, Inside Science
Is There a Fountain of Youth in Our DNA? - Brian Alexander, MIT TR
Is Skipping Breakfast Linked to Weight Gain? - Sharon Begley, Stat
Acclimating Your Body to Working Out in Heat - Michael Joyner, SI
Ions, Not Nerve Pulses, May Control Sleep - Tina Saey, ScienceNews
Tailless Comet Provides Clues to Mystery - Irene Klotz, Discovery News
History of Earth's Magnetic Field Recorded - Ian Randall, Phys. World
Where Scientists Download Pirated Papers - M. Rosenwald, WaPo
Overacting! Hognose Snake Fakes Death - Christie Wilcox, Sci. Sushi
Disturbing Secret Behind Civet Poop Coffee - Rachael Bale, NatGeo
Gallery: 100-Year-Old Space Photos vs. Similar Photos Today
Friday, April 29
Quantum Entanglement Made Simple - Frank Wilczek, Quanta
Beautiful Complexity of the Cosmic Web - Amanda Montanez, SciAm
Physicists Look Beyond WIMPs For Dark Matter - Ramin Skibba, ISNS
Century-Old Space Photos vs. Photos Today - Ross Pomeroy, RCScience
Quakes Might Trigger Faraway Volcanoes - Ian Randall, Science
Bug-Be-Gone: Toward a Broad Antiviral Drug - The Economist
Specialty Coffee's Resident Chemist - Sarah Kollmorgen, The Atlantic
Texting and Driving? Beware the Textalyzer - Matt Richtel, NYT
Why Spinoza Still Matters - Steven Nadler, Aeon Magazine
Barbarians at the Gates of Science? - Robbert Dijkgraaf, Nautilus
Thursday, April 28
Amazing Benefits From 1 Minute of Hard Exercise - G. Reynolds, NYT
Your Neighbor Hates Your Cat - Anne Ringgaard, ScienceNordic
The Brain's 'Atlas' of Words Revealed - BBC News
Found: Building for Egypt's First Female Pharaoh - Kacey Deamer, LS
Mumps Infects 41 Students at Harvard - Alexandra Samuels, USA Today
Theranos' Problems Run Very, Very Deep - Nick Stockton, Wired
The Quiet Revolutionary Behind CRISPR - Alison Abbott, Nature
Where Have All the Triplets Gone? - Jennifer Anyaegbunam, Stat
Robots Must Be Able to Say 'No' - Matthias Scheutz, The Conversation
The City that Mailed Dog Poop Back to Its Owners - K. Brulliard, WP
Wednesday, April 27
Neil deGrasse Tyson Greatly Annoys Me - Sam Kriss, Wired
Study: Raising Income Tax Won't Fix Inequality - Ross Pomeroy, RCS
Get Off My Lawn! The Evolution of Property - Steve Roth, Evonomics
Eating More Veggies Is Good for Earth... and You - The Economist
Xenon Reveals Earthly Secrets - Anthony King, Chemistry World
Why Does Some Tap Water Taste Weird? - Taylor Kubota, Live Science
'Skull Sounds' Offer New Form of Password - A. Cuthbertson, N'week
Philosopher Who Blocked Nobel for Relativity - J. Canales, Nautilus
Secret Flexibility in Life's Blueprints - Veronique Greenwood, Quanta
The Jewish Psychic Who Tricked Hitler - Jake Rossen, Mental Floss
Tuesday, April 26
'Amber Room' Stolen by Nazis Found? - N. Klimczak, Ancient Origins
The Y-Chromosome Brags of Conquest - Bruce Goldman, Scope Blog
Weird Creatures on Journey to Center of Earth - Christopher Nield, TC
Warming Means Nicer U.S. Weather, For Now - Andrea Thompson, CC
In Search of America's 51st State - The Economist
Peer Review: Troubled from the Start - Alex Csiszar, Nature News
The Giant Hand in Chile's Atacama Desert - Ken Jennings, CN Traveler
In the 21st Century, Why Are We Still Bored? - Sandi Mann, Guardian
Plant Memories Form from Mad Cow Protein? - A. Ananthaswamy, NS
Salvador Dali Helps Explain Our Brains - Kenneth Macdonald, BBC
Monday, April 25
An Overlooked Inca Wonder - Eric A. Powell, Archaeology
The Diet Proven to Keep You Cancer Free - Ross Pomeroy, RCScience
Type 1 Diabetes Puzzle Solved - James Gallagher, BBC News
Men Evolved Beards for Intimidation - Tamsin Saxton, Conversation
The Search for Superorganisms - Conor Gearin, PBS NOVA
Academic Publishing Is a Scandal - Ryan Merkley, Wired
Cold Fusion 2.0: Who's Scamming Whom? - D. Hambling, PopMech
Dark Matter + Black Hole = Wormhole? - Michael Byrne, Motherboard
Is AlphaGo the Start of A.I. Dominance? - Sheldon Fernandez, F & O
The Men Who Nearly Floated Into Space - David Robson, BBC Future

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