RealClearScience Morning Edition

Thursday, June 30
The History of Cat-Human Relations - Zazie Todd, Pacific Standard
Could Antarctica Lose Most of Its Penguins? - Aaron Sidder, NatGeo
Anxiety in the Age of Nonstop Bad News - Rosie Spinks, Quartz
Your Facebook Echo Chamber Just Got Louder - Brian Barrett, Wired
Whole Foods Is Endangering Its Customers - Henry Miller, Forbes
Can We Diagnose Disease from Sound of Voice? - R. Robbins, Stat
Having Compassion for the Angry - Laura Hayes, Slate
A Tale of Cities and Fonts - The Economist
A 6,000-Year-Old 'Telescope' - Adrienne LaFrance, The Atlantic
An Asbestos Purse at the British Museum - Lisa Smith, W&M
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Wednesday, June 29
17 Equations that Changed the World - Andy Kiersz, WEF
NASA's Five Coolest X-Planes - Ross Pomeroy, RealClearScience
What Physics Needs: No New Particles? - Sabine Hossenfelder, SWaB!
Do Giant Planets Contain 'Dark Hydrogen'? - Caleb Scharf, SciAm
Killer Apps: Ethical Concerns of Advanced AI - The Economist
Which Thinkers Will Define Our Future? - J. Bradford DeLong, ProjSyn
Too Cool for Bug Spray. Now I Have Zika - Krystal Alexander, Chi. Trib.
Dear Hypocrites, Don't Criticize Dog Meat Festival - J. McWilliams, PS
Why Is Education Linked to Brain Tumors? - Mary Marcus, CBS News
Are Science and Religion in Conflict? - Peter Harrison, Big Questions
Tuesday, June 28
Anti-Intellectualism Is Biggest Threat to Society - Alex Berezow, ACSH
Ancient Gladiator School in Austria - Franz Lidz, Smithsonian
End of Nations: A Better Way to Govern? - Debora MacKenzie, NewSci.
What Medieval Plague Can Teach Us About Zika - Eleanor Johnson, PS
Synthetic Biology Comes Into Its Own - Richard Muscat, The Scientist
Like Shazam, But for Fish - Emma Bryce, Hakai Magazine
Electric Jolt Could Allow for Healthier Chocolate - Shalini Saxena, AT
Get Every Last Drop of Shampoo from Bottle - G. Dvorsky, Gizmodo
Supreme Court Decision Rattles Biotech - Damian Garde, Stat
Beautiful Blue Pigment Accidentally Discovered - S. Cascone, ArtNet
Monday, June 27
Is Middle America Due for an Earthquake? - Peter Brannen, Atlantic
Where Does Mars' Methane Come From? - Ross Pomeroy, RCScience
Rumors Cast Doubt on LHC's "Bump" - Natalie Wolchover, Quanta
What Does "Scientific Consensus" Mean? - Ethan Siegel, Forbes
How Scientists Reacted to the Brexit - Nature News
What the Post Journal World Will Look Like - Richard Smith, BMJ
Nanomedicine's Delivery Problem - Michael Torrice, C&E News
Arms Race Raging Beneath Our Plants - Amy Middleton, Cosmos
Giant Amphibious Centipede Discovered - Mary Bates, Nat Geo
Casual Sex: Everyone Is Doing It - Maria Konnikova, The New Yorker
Saturday, June 25
Earth's Ancient Magnetic Field Had Multiple Poles - Carnegie Science
Narcissists Get More Dates - Drake Baer, Science of Us
Better Brains with Beer - David Clark, Science 2.0
'Pronoia' and Other Bizarre Emotions - Melissa Dahl, CNN
Mammals Evolved Night Vision to Escape Dinos - Helen Briggs, BBC
The Fly in the Primordial Soup - Nathaniel Comfort, Nautilus
Can Cats Do Logic? - Marianne Freiberger, Plus Magazine
How the Beach Went from Scary to Relaxing - Daniela Blei, S'sonian
The Devious History of CAPTCHA - Kate Horowitz, Mental Floss
Vladimir Putin Likes the Hyperloop - Anthony Cuthbertson, Newsweek
Friday, June 24
Why a Fit Body Leads to a Sharp Mind - Jon Hamilton, NPR
To Save Rhinos, Relocate Them to Australia? - Daniel Cressey, Nature
Magnetic Fields: As the Deer Runneth - The Economist
Whose Lives Should a Driverless Car Protect? - Tom Jacobs, PacStd
In Defense of Germ Line Gene Therapy - Henry Miller, Proj. Syndicate
GMO Salmon Needed to Help Feed the World - Hank Campbell, SDUT
WHO Not Ready for Pandemic, Bioterrorism - Annie Sparrow, BotAS
Chemists Build First Nanoparticle 'Library' - Robert Service, Science
I Smelled a Comet and Lived to Tell the Tale - Jacob Aron, NewScientist
Masturbation: An Uncomfortable Fact of Life - Barry Reay, Aeon
Thursday, June 23
Why Our Universe Shouldn't Exist - Bernie Hobbs, ABC Science
The Universe Is Not a Snowflake - Natalie Wolchover, Quanta Magazine
The Future Of Gravitational Wave Astronomy - Ethan Siegel, Forbes
The Impact of Australia's Gun Reforms - Simon Chapman, Conv'sation
Contagious Cancer Jumps Between Species - Ed Yong, The Atlantic
Gluten Triggers Delusions in Woman With Celiac - Sara Miller, LiSci
A Cautionary Tale of 'Stem Cell Tourism' - Gina Kolata, N.Y. Times
Homophobia in Our Blood - Mike Albo, TED Ideas
Hundreds of Genes Spark to Life After Death - Anna Williams, NewSci
Electric Shocks Lower Fat in Chocolate - James Urquhart, Chem World
Wednesday, June 22
Humanity May Be Alone in the Universe - Ethan Siegel, Forbes
Is a Theory of Everything Even Possible? - Matthew Francis, Symmetry
New Life Found That Lives Off Electricity - Emily Singer, Quanta
Bacterium Could Double Pace of Biology - Sarah Zhang, Wired
Humans Driving Microbial Mass Extinction - Andy Coghlan, NewSci
Fish Have Feelings, Too - NPR
Stop Blaming Mental Illness for Violent Crime - D. Burnett, Guardian
How Kindergarten Has Changed Since the 90s - Melissa Dahl, Sci of Us
Puberty Arriving Earlier and Earlier - Sumathi Reddy, Wall St. Journal
A Naturopath Converts to Science - Britt Marie Hermes, Science 2.0
Tuesday, June 21
Yes Virginia, There Have Been Aliens - Adam Frank, New York Times
Found: Athens' Oldest Navy Base - Mikkel Beck, ScienceNordic
Most Mysterious Object in Technology History - A. LaFrance, Atlantic
'Brain Training' Games: Just Fancy Placebos? - Alex Berezow, ACSH
Viruses Depend on Non-Essential Human Genes - B. Goldman, Scope
Feminine Scents Get Sperm Moving - Veronique Greenwood, Nautilus
Twilight for the African Sawfish - Jori Lewis, Hakai Magazine
A More Humane Fate for Male Chicks - Erin Blakemore, Smithsonian
Digging for Human Bones and Glory - Paige Williams, New Yorker
Anatomical Venus: Slicing Open Wax Women - Hunter Oatman, CW
Monday, June 20
A Blueprint for Governing Mars - Michael Coren, Quartz
Cyberattack Reveals University Vulnerability - Brian Owens, Nature
The Pitiful Power of the Placebo Effect - Ross Pomeroy, RCScience
Found: Mysterious Mounds in Ancient Cities - Owen Jarus, Live Sci.
Can the Drying Dead Sea Be Saved? - Kevin Connolly, BBC News
Weird Weather of California's Drought - John Upton, Climate Central
Scientists Battle to Save World's Coral Reefs - Caleb Jones, AP
Shorebirds: Flying for Their Lives - Ann Jones, ABC Science
How Do Airplane Outlets Stay 'Grounded'? - Nick Greene, Mental Floss
All Aboard the 3D-Printed Bus! - Tamara Warren, Verge

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