RealClearScience Evening Edition
Friday, February 27Optical Illusion Drives Internet Insane
- Adam Rogers, WiredBees Can Have False Memories
- Marissa Fessenden, SmithsonianGene May Have Granted Human Intelligence
- Tia Ghose, LiveScienceWhy Americans Don't Think They're Fat
- Peter Janiszewski, PLoSSex Education Should Be in Common Core
- Alice Dreger, PSMagTwo Quantum Properties Teleported
- T. Commissariat, Phys World
Thursday, February 26What if a Nuke Detonated over Manhattan?
- Starr et al., BotASEnviros Are Biggest Threat to Planet
- Senapathy & Miller, ForbesDogs Forget Events After Two Minutes
- James Owen, NatGeoMusic Made for Cats Wins Feline Approval
- Jennifer Viegas, D-NewsHow Batteries Work: A Physicist Explains
- Rhett Allain, WiredYes, Male Lactation Is Possible
- Jake Seiner, Mental Floss
Wednesday, February 25OCD Is a Serious Illness, Not a Funny Quirk
- Fatima Tipu, AtlanticTrue Genius in an Age of Information
- Rex Jung, SlateManhattan Project: Building the Bomb
- Emily Strasser, BotASGoogle Machine Masters Video Games
- Rebecca Morelle, BBC NewsMath: A Key Ingredient to Legit Science
- Brian Koberlein, SWaB!Tricking Tumors into Revealing Their Presence
- B. Goldman, Scope
Tuesday, February 24UN Climate Chief Resigns Amid Sexual Scandal
- BBC NewsShould You Fact-Check Grandma's Facebook Posts?
- Lyz Lenz, AeonThe Milky Way Is a Galactic Vampire
- The EconomistMassive Orion Nebula's Origins Uncovered?
- Ken Croswell, SciAmRarest Big Cat on Earth Making a Comeback
- Elizabeth Palermo, LS5 Pets Who Helped Solve Owners' Murders
- Jake Rossen, M-Floss
Monday, February 23The Downside of Owning a Car
- Ross Pomeroy, RealClearScienceWhat to Do About Pseudoskepticism
- Michael Shermer, Sci AmericanYour Subconscious Is Surprisingly Smart
- Tom Stafford, BBC FutureAntarctica: the Key to Mankind's Future
- Borenstein & Henao, APIs The Sun Trapping Dark Matter?
- Tim Wogan, Physics WorldThe Weird World of Carbon Fiber
- Lee Hutchinson, Ars Technica
Friday, February 20Infinity Is Ruining Physics
- John Brockman, DiscoverWe'll First Find Aliens on 'Eyeball' Planets
- Sean Raymond, NautilusPlease Don't Go to Mars - You'll Die
- Tosin Thompson, NewStatesmanWhy Men Think Women Are Flirting
- Sofia Lyons, Science of UsDo We Need a Female Viagra?
- Julia Greenberg, WiredNew Diet Guidelines Surprisingly Scientific
- James Hamblin, Atlantic
Thursday, February 19How Oregon's 2nd Largest City Vanished
- Natasha Geiling, S'sonianMysterious MERS Virus Is Back
- Helen Branswell, Scientific AmericanI Was Unvaccinated and a Danger to Society
- John Aitchison, PSBJTime to Cap the Length of PhDs
- Matthew Theisen, Primary StructureWhat Motivates Some Scientists to Lie?
- Rasko & Power, GuardianIs Your 'Theory of Everything' Pure Enough?
- G. Chiribella, Nautilus
Wednesday, February 18How Much Coffee Do Babies Drink?
- Ross Pomeroy, RealClearScienceNew Gene Therapy Stops HIV w/ Artificial Protein
- Jon Cohen, Sci.Notion of Two Genders Is Too Simplistic
- Claire Ainsworth, NatureOral Sex May Be a Life Saver for Spiders
- Aamna Mohdin, NewSci.Seduced by Calculus
- Alex Bellos, Cosmos MagazineTop 10 Worst Jobs in Science
- Bob Parks, Popular Science
Tuesday, February 17Can Dogs Really Have a 'Guilty Look'?
- Seriously, Science?What's the Limit to the Planet's Growth?
- Kerryn Higgs, ABC ScienceBig Gains from Smaller Fusion Reactors
- Michael Banks, Phys. WorldIs 'Many Worlds' Hypothesis Just a Fantasy?
- Philip Ball, AeonWink-Activated Telescopic Contact Lenses
- Drew Prindle, Dig. Trends7 Things We Can Turn On/Off in Brain
- Jessica Hullinger, M-Floss