RealClearScience Morning Edition

Tuesday, October 25
Could a Dead Astronaut Spread Life in Space? - William Herkewitz, Astro
SpaceX Is Testing a Massive Carbon Fiber Fuel Tank - Dave Mosher, BI
A Nucleus With a Bubble in the Middle - Emily Conover, Science News
Universities Should Embrace Diverse Viewpoints - Clay Routledge, SA
Cat Lady Parasite Lures Rats to Their Doom - Sandeep Ravindran, AT
GMO Tobacco Plants Grow Malaria Drug? - Erin Blakemore, Smithsonian
Terrorism Is Bringing Back Polio - Maryn McKenna, National Geographic
Translating Proteins Into Music Aids Cognition - Joanna Klein, NYT
Baby Born Twice to Save Life - BBC Health
How Little Lies Turn Into Whoppers - Sharon Begley, Stat
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Monday, October 24
How to Solve the Hardest Logic Puzzle - Brian Gallagher, Nautilus
Map of Universe Voids Solves Cosmic Puzzle - Seshadri Nadathur, Conv
Signs of Learning in a Ball of Dough - Ross Pomeroy, RealClearScience
Why Einstein Called for a World Government - Paul Ratner, Big Think
Can You Hurt Yourself Eating Peppers? - Veronique Greenwood, BBC
Iceland Drilling Hole to Tap Energy of Magma - Fred Pearce, NewSci
Ice Age Oregonians Lived With Extinct Horses - Blake Pastino, W-Digs
What Was It Like to Get a PhD in the 1840s? - M. Baldwin, Phys Today
We Need to Get Over "Apolloism" - Rand Simberg, The New Atlantis
Who's Going to Find Planet Nine? - Jillian Scudder, Forbes
Saturday, October 22
Black Holes Might Create New Universes - Ethan Siegel, Forbes
Supernovae Study Questions Dark Energy - Hamish Johnston, P-World
What If There Was a Gamma Ray Burst Nearby? - A. Doyle, Astrobio
Quit Calling Exoplanets "Earth-Like" - Nathaniel Scharping, Discover
Hawking Wants to Stop A.I. From Killing Us - Glenn McDonald, Seeker
Nonsense Paper Accepted by Physics Conference - Elle Hunt, Guardian
DNA Evidence Is Far From Foolproof - Nancy Bazilchuk, ScienceNordic
What Your Lips Might Say About You - Julie Leibach, Science Friday
Two-Headed Shark Is First of Its Kind - Brian Clark Howard, Nat Geo
Is This Economist Too Far Ahead of His Time? - David Wescott, Chron
Friday, October 21
Political Polls Aren't Scientific - Alex Berezow, ACSH
Solar System's Oddest Asteroid Has Water - Mika McKinnon, Astronomy
The Bizarre Purple Life of Deep Ocean Trenches - Matt McGrath, BBC
EU/Ru Mars Probe Crash Neither Disaster nor Success - The Economist
Please Don't Feed Your Pets Pot - Kate Baggaley, Pop Science
First Right-Handed Humans Found? - Eva Botkin-Kowacki, CSM
Landslides Spotted on Pluto's Moon - Calla Cofield,
Psychiatry Has Become a Loaded Term - Nathaniel Morris, Sci Am
How a Volcano Stopped an Earthquake - Mindy Weisberger, Live Science
Giant Dinos Crossed Antarctic to Australia - Michael Greshko, Nat Geo
RCS Quiz: What Are the Five Element Families?
Thursday, October 20
Monkey-Made 'Tools' Fool Archaeologists - Ewen Callaway, Nature
Mysterious Planet 9 May Have Tilted the Sun - Shannon Stirone, Astro
Even More Galaxies Not Solution to Dark Matter - Ethan Siegel, SWaB!
3D Printed Kidneys One Step Closer to Reality - Mike Orcutt, MIT Review
Europe's First Mars Mission: Triumph and Worry - Amina Khan, LAT
First Denali Park Dino Bones Found - Laura Geggel, Live Science
Lack of Vitamin D Linked to Depression - Ian Johnston, Independent
Pain Might Be Contagious Among Mice - Eric Boodman, Stat
New Horizons Spots Clouds and Fog on Pluto - Richard Lovett, Cosmos
How Hot Is Lightning? - Yuen Yiu, Inside Science
Wednesday, October 19
Tasmanian Devil Milk Could Create Superbug Cure - BBC News
2 Years Later Orbital ATK's Perfect Launch Stuns - Eric Berger, Ars Tech
Weight-Loss Surgery Has Helpful Side Effect? - Meredith Knight, SA
Ultraviolet Images Show Spooky Martian Glow - Susmita Baral, IBT
Venus' Violent Volcanoes Mirror Earth - Nathaniel Scharping, Astronomy
Plants Excel Over Humans in Risk Management - Alex Berezow, ACSH
Babies Listen Better to Native Speakers - Melissa Healy, LA Times
Early Humans Dared African Lava Flows - Belinda Smith, Cosmos
DNA and Cave Paintings Unlock Bison Lineage - Emma Marris, Nature
Comet Outbursts Likely Caused by Landslides - Mike Wall,
Tuesday, October 18
The USSR Tried to Invent the Internet & Failed - Benjamin Peters, Aeon
New Guinea Natives See Faces Differently? - Michael Price, Science Mag
A Photo Field Guide to Beautiful Nebulae - Ethan Siegel, SWaB!
New Moons Found in Rings of Uranus - Charlotte England, Independent
Japanese Scientists Build Sweaty Robot - Weston Williams, CSM
EU & Ru to Land First Mars Probe This Week - Elizabeth Gibney, Nature
Lebanon's Anomalous Early Space Program - Peter Schwartzstein, SM
Fix Cow Methane Production With GMO Feed - Patrick Kiger, Seeker
Are IV Water & Vitamin Injections Snake Oil? - Taunya English, NPR
How Do the Parties Divide on Science? - Lauren Griffin, Conversation
Monday, October 17
Strange Voids Found in Great Pyramid - Rossella Lorenzi, D-News
Polar Explorer's Sunken Ship Sails Again - Megan Gannon, Sci Am
What Color Were the Vikings' Houses? - Johanne Kusnitzoff, SciNordic
Bacteria and Humans Swapping DNA for Millennia - The Scientist
What Was the Biggest Insect That Ever Lived? - Liz Langley, Nat Geo
Gooey Origins for RNA World - Anthony King, Chemistry World
A New Generation of Radio Telescopes - Francis Graham-Smith, Am Sci
The Best Microscopic Images of 2016 - John Timmer, Ars Technica
Saturday, October 15
A Strange Signal From 234 Stars - Shannon Hall, NewScientist
The Hidden Glaciers of Mars - Matt Williams, Universe Today
We Still Don't Understand Sonoluminesence - Yvette Cendes, Sci Am
Everlasting Quantum Coherence Demonstrated - Lisa Zyga, PhysOrg
Capitalism Behaving Badly - David Rotman, MIT Technology Review
Spectacular Cave Art Found in Spain - BBC News
A New Generation of Depression Drugs - The Economist
Five Math Problems Nobody Can Solve - Avery Thompson, Pop Mech
The Unappreciated Brilliance of Rats - Brandon Keim, Anthropocene
Science Is Not Colonialism - Steven Novella, Neurologica

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