Week of April 23, 2012 Archives
RealClearScience Morning Edition
Monday, April 23The Third Industrial Revolution Is Upon Us
- The EconomistMeet the Polar Bear's Replacement
- Michael Marshall, NewScientistOrcas May Face an Airborne Threat
- Craig Welch, Seattle TimesWill We Ever Build an Unsinkable Ship?
- Edward Tenner, Popular ScienceCause of 'Ice-Cream Headache' Found
- Jennifer Welsh, Live ScienceThe Lead Contamination in Your Backyard
- Young & Eisler, USA TodayCO2 from Fossil Fuel Discerned from Living Sources
- BBC NewsAsteroid Impact Pushes Life Underground
- Stuart Gary, ABC ScienceThe Future of Research in Antarctica
- Eric Niiler, Discovery NewsAre Those Disgusting Pigeons Getting Fatter?
- David Johns, Slate'Health Week' on Newton Blog: Is Sugar Really Toxic?
Tuesday, April 24Tech Billionaires Want to Mine Asteroids
- Adam Mann, WiredWhat Will the Death of Our Sun Be Like?
- Ethan Siegel, ScienceBlogs1st Mass Extinction from Lack of Oxygen
- Kristian Sjogren, ScienceNordicThe Bizarre Biology that Lives in My Yard
- Carol Kaesuk Yoon, NY TimesMarked for Life: Defaced Shells May Save Turtles
- Jef Akst, The ScientistSmart Cities: Your Next Mayor Might Be a Computer
- Will Doig, SalonJust How Polite Should Robots Be?
- Martin Gardiner, Science 2.0Resist Authority? You Must Have a Disease
- Sheldon Richman, FreemanHuman Nature: Six Things We All Do
- NewScientistI Want Another Great Dinosaur Movie
- Brian Switek, Smithsonian'Health Week' on Newton Blog: Eat and Live Like a Caveman!
Wednesday, April 25We Shouldn't Wait to Go to Mars
- Robert Zubrin, CNN Light YearsMars Can Wait. Ocean Is Bigger Priority
- Amitai Etzioni, CNN OpinionFirst Confirmed 'Mad Cow' Case Since 2006
- Diana Marcum, LA TimesThe Big Trouble with Contaminated Cell Lines
- Brian Fung, The AtlanticChinese Science Publishers Promise Honesty
- David Cyranoski, NatureTwelve Ways to Spot a Liar at Work
- Carol Goman, ForbesThink More Clearly Using 2nd Language
- Tom Jacobs, Pacific StandardComputers Can Grade Essay Questions
- Veronique Greenwood, DiscoverSnowball Fight in Saturn's F-Ring
- Jonathan Amos, BBC NewsArchaeologists Recreate Stonehenge Sound
- Curt Hopkins, Ars Technica'Health Week' on Newton: The Health of Humans in Space
Thursday, April 26Are Republicans Genetically Inferior?
- Berezow & Campbell, RCBooksOrganic Food Activists Are Full of Pink Slime
- H. Miller & J. Stier, ForbesHow Many Gigabytes of Data in Your Brain?
- Forrest Wickman, SlateThinking More About Death Is Healthy
- Elizabeth Preston, Field of ScienceFrog Fungus Causes Death by Dehydration
- Stephanie Pappas, Live ScienceDid Dermal Bone Help Early Animals Breathe?
- Sid Perkins, Science NowDefective Cell 'Antenna' Linked to Disease
- Kristian Sjogren, ScienceNordicResearch in Which Risks May Outweigh Benefits
- Geoff Brumfiel, NatureVolcanic Eruptions May Stymie Hurricanes
- Douglas Main, OA PlanetCall Off the Search Team: G-Spot Is a Myth
- Joan Smith, The Independent'Health Week' on Newton Blog: Obscure Benefits of Exercise
Friday, April 27How to Tell a Child the Sun Will 'Explode'
- Ethan Siegel, ScienceBlogsMining Asteroids Sounds Bonkers, But Could It Work?
- The EconomistTomato Chemistry: GM, Aroma, & Tradition
- Enrico Uva, Science 2.0Chemical Weapons Destruction Deadline Missed
- Alexander Kelle, BASMoore's Law Lives Another Day
- Tom Simonite, MIT Technology ReviewHow Women's Eyes Are Different from Men's
- Charles Choi, io9Pigeons May 'Hear' Magnetic Fields
- Daniel Cressey, Nature NewsAlgorithms Could Replace Spinal Cord
- Morgen Peck, IEEE SpectrumFour People with Superhuman Memory
- David Israel, Mental FlossThe World Needs More Generalists
- Carter Phipps, Huffington Post'Health Week' on Newton Blog: Will Obesity Drive Cultural Change?
Saturday, April 28The Trust Molecule: Can We Create a Moral Society?
- Paul J. Zak, WSJThinking Logically Causes Religious Disbelief
- Tara Francis, Cosmos MagTiny Animals, Big Brains
- Will Eberhard & Will Wcislo, American ScientistCan Your Chiropractor Cause a Stroke?
- Edzard Ernst, The GuardianAn Outcast's New Theory on Cancer
- Michael Haederle, Pacific StandardAllergies Protect Us from Ourselves
- Melinda Wenner Moyer, PLoS BlogsWe Have Enough Food, But We Must Produce More
- Bjorn Lomborg, SlateWhat if the Sky Fell?
- Natalie Wolchover, Life's Little MysteriesKey Tests Ahead for Skylon Spaceplane Project
- Jonathan Amos, BBC NewsWhy Do We Vomit Less As We Get Older?
- Susan Matthews, Scienceline"Health Week" on Newton Blog: Link Between Ear Wax & Breast Cancer