RealClearScience Morning Edition

Thursday, August 28
Solar Neutrinos Answer Fundamental Questions - Ron Cowen, Nature
How to Take a Peak at Schrodinger's Cat - Jesse Emspak, Live Science
Ignore IQ Tests: Intelligence Not Fixed for Life - Bryan Roche, Conv.
Can a Scientist's Word Choice Reveal Fraud? - Ross Pomeroy, RCScience
Climate Skeptics See Temperature Conspiracy - G. Readfearn, Guardian
Swapping Good & Bad Memories in Mice - Traci Watson, USA Today
Two Simple Rules Explain Sheepdog Behavior - Claire Marshall, BBC
Tall Men Have Their Pick of the Dating Pool - Abby Phillip, Wash. Post
Keep Your Promises, But Don't Exceed Them - James Hamblin, Atlantic
Do Farts Carry Germs? Yes, if You Aren't Wearing Pants - Seriously, Sci?
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Wednesday, August 27
Where Are Honest Gov't Science Advisors? - Roger Pielke, Jr., Guardian
Time to Stop Testing Magic in Medicine - Ross Pomeroy, RealClearScience
Hangovers Are About Half Genetic - Jillian Lim, Live Science
1,300 Bird Species Are Facing Extinction - Alanna Mitchell, NatGeo
Making Clean Water with Nanoparticles - Kristian Sjogren, ScienceNordic
Malassezia: A Truly Global Germ - Jason Tetro, Popular Science
Gut Bacteria May Protect Against Allergies - Nicola Garrett, ABC Science
Why Our Immune System Deteriorates with Age - Bruce Goldman, Scope
Despite Treatment, Liberian Doctor Dies of Ebola - Front Page Africa
Tuesday, August 26
What RealClearScience Is For and Against - Alex Berezow, RCScience
How Music Shaped Modern Physics - Graham Farmelo, NewScientist
Students Are Chronically Sleep Deprived - Jessica Lahey, The Atlantic
1 in 7 People Suffer from Being 'Sleep Drunk' - Alexandra Sifferlin, Time
'Kennewick Man' Possibly Came from Asia - Joel Achenbach, WaPo
Water Clouds Detected 7 Light-Years Away? - Ken Croswell, Science
How Your Speedometer Reveals Your Location - Benjamin Plackett, ISNS
Can Tiny Nuclear Plants Thwart Regulatory Hell? - Tom Hartsfield, RCS
Courts Aren't Buying 'Wind Turbine Syndrome' - John Upton, CC
Monday, August 25
What Lies Beneath Stonehenge? - Ed Caesar, Smithsonian
Is Astrology a Science? - Ethan Siegel, Starts with a Bang!
Evidence-Based Medicine Actually Isn't - Tom Siegfried, ScienceNews
Stop Obsessing About Global Warming - Amartya Sen, The New Republic
Methane Is Leaking from the Ocean Floor - Matt McGrath, BBC News
Life Boils Down to Five 'Rules' - James Smith, The Conversation
Working Organ Created from Laboratory Cells - The Guardian
Why States Should Aim For 100% Vaccination - Emily Oster, 538
What to Do After Drinking a Cup of Coffee - Emily Tamkin, Slate
Saturday, August 23
Breakfast Isn't the Most Important Meal - James Hamblin, The Atlantic
How To Waste Time Properly - Greg Beato, Nautilus
The Singularity Is Not Near - Shaun Maguire, Quantum Frontiers
The Physics of a New Generation - Ethan Siegel, Starts with a Bang!
Space Lasers vs. Global Warming - Brian Merchant, Motherboard
U.S.-Russia Tensions Hit Physicists - Peter Gwynne, Physics World
The Next Pandemic Won't Be at All Like Ebola - Wendy Orent, Aeon
The Bird That Builds 2,000-Pound Nests - Matt Simon, Wired
Newton: The Story & Science Left Out of the Ice Bucket Challenge
Friday, August 22
Everything I Knew About Conservatives Was Wrong - Jeremy Frimer, HP
Study of Net Censorship Reveals China's Big Fear - Mara Hvistendahl, Sci.
Mystery of the Global Warming 'Pause' Solved? - The Economist
The Troubling World of Koko the Gorilla - Jane Hu, Slate
No Humans Here: The Zoo that Tricks Animals - Liz Stinson, Wired
How Daily and Hourly Weather Forecasts Relate - Chris Gorski, ISNS
So You Want to Dump Ice Water on Your Head... - Ross Pomeroy, RCS
Young Blood: The Ultimate Rejuvenation Trial - Helen Thomson, NewSci.
More Swedish Boys Born with Deformed Penises - The Local
300-Year-Old Statue of Jesus Has Real Human Teeth - Tia Ghose, LS
Thursday, August 21
Wolves Cooperate, But Dogs Submit - Virginia Morell, Science News
Greenland Ice Loss Doubles Since Late 2000s - Jonathan Amos, BBC
Half the World's Languages May Be Endangered - Joel Shurkin, ISNS
Neanderthals Disappeared Earlier than Thought - E. Callaway, Nature
A World Full of Creepy Robots Is Coming - Glenn Reynolds, USA Today
Qatar World Cup Will Be Too Hot for Fans - Ross Pomeroy, RCScience
Common Antibiotic Linked to Higher Risk of Heart Death - AFP
Berkeley May Put 'Cancer' Label on Cell Phones - Sabin Russell, Calif.
Are Rabbits Pets or Meat? - Miriam Wasser, The Atlantic
What Makes People Look Like Their Pets? - Jesse Bering, Slate
Wednesday, August 20
The Sun Linked to Regional Climate Change - Colin Jeffrey, Gizmag
Five Reasons We Believe Dark Matter Exists - Amanda Yoho, SWaB!
Ticks that Can Make You Allergic to Meat Spreading - Loren Grush, PS
Passport Officers Bad at Spotting Fake Photos - Rachel Feltman, WaPo
African Pygmies Evolved Short Stature Twice - Andy Coghlan, NewSci.
How an Extreme Athlete Found Her Genetic Flaw - Ed Yong, Mosaic
Richard III's History Written in His Bones - James Urquhart, ChemWorld
How the Non-Religious Bury the Dead - Emma Green, The Atlantic
Feature: Great Scientists on Ignorance & Stupidity
Tuesday, August 19
Rarest Type of Black Hole in Nearby Galaxy - Ken Croswell, Physics World
The Study That Embarrassed Wine Tasters - Ross Pomeroy, RCScience
Fighting E. coli Outbreaks with Cinnamon - Allison Jarrell, Inside Science
How New Orleans Became Ground Zero for HIV - Jessica Wapner, Aeon
Close-Knit Neighborhoods Lower Heart Attack Risk - Tom Jacobs, PS
Anti-GMO 'Gandhi of Grain' Sows Seeds of Doubt - Michael Specter, NYer
Fear Natural Quakes, Not Man-Made Ones - Alexandra Witze, Nature
A 'Subway Map' of Stem Cell Fates - Kevin Mayer, GEN
Will Terrorists Use Self-Driving Car Bombs? - Patrick Lin, BotAS
Monday, August 18
The Real Reason Women Cheat? - Tia Ghose, LiveScience
Poached Partners Make Unreliable Mates - Tom Jacobs, Pacific Standard
Great Scientists Speak on Ignorance and Stupidity - RealClearScience
Six Big Lessons from the Ebola Outbreak - Alex Berezow, RealClearScience
Supplement Industry Swarms on Africa - Michael Byrne, Motherboard
Asteroid Won't Wipe Out Life on Earth in 2880 - Phil Plait, Slate
Why It's Hard to Catch Your Own Typos - Nick Stockton, Wired
How Much Exercise Is Too Much? - Alex Hutchison, The Globe & Mail
The Godfather of Graphene - Giles Whittell, Intelligent Life
How Corpse Brain Scans Help the Living - Vaughan Bell, The Guardian

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