RealClearScience Evening Edition

Friday, January 30
Are Climate Models Biased? - John Timmer, Ars Technica
Liberals Might Outlive Conservatives - Kim Painter, USA Today
Wellness Obsession Has Gone Too Far - Cederström & Spicer, NewSci
The Man Who Studies Everyday Evil - David Robson, BBC Future
U.S. Medical Science Is Not in Decline - Matt Theisen, Primary Struct
Football Before Age 12 Bad for the Brain - Tom Farrey, ESPN
Thursday, January 29
Ebola Virus Is Mutating - Kevin McSpadden, Time
Why an Ebola Vaccine Could Fail - Brian Resnick, National Journal
Networks Reveal Disease Connections - Veronique Greenwood, Quanta
The Brain Cells Behind Overeating - Anna Azvolinsky, The Scientist
Chicks Place Low Numbers on the Left - Jonathan Webb, BBC News
Why Do We Itch? - David Linden, The Atlantic
Wednesday, January 28
Dr. Oz Nutrition 'Expert' Is a Scam Artist - Julia Belluz, Vox
Can Data Sharing Prevent Scientific Fraud? - Joel Achenbach, WaPo
Ancient Human Fossil from a New Species? - Charles Choi, Live Sci.
Fossils Push Snake Origins Back 65M Years - Will Dunham, Reuters
Chemists Confirm New Type of Bond - Amy Nordrum, Scientific Am.
Making Beer from Treated Wastewater - Cassandra Profita, NPR
Tuesday, January 27
Catching Spies: James Bond's Body Language - The Economist
Most Expensive Winter Storms in U.S. History - Marcus Woo, Wired
Technology Makes Us Vulnerable to Catastrophe - Colin Dickey, Aeon
Asteroid that Buzzed Earth Had Its Own Moon - A. Griffin, Indep.
Internet Comments Are Literally Killing Us - Betsy Woodruff, Slate
Sappho's New Poems: Tangled Tale of Discovery - Megan Gannon, LS
Monday, January 26
Our Shared Sexual Insecurities - Seth Stephens-Davidowitz, NY Times
Did Edgar Allan Poe Foresee Modern Physics? - John Horgan, Sci Am
Dolphins Seem to Mourn for Their Dead - Mary Bates, Wired
Thirst 'Switch' Found in Mouse Brain - Tanya Lewis, LiveScience
Massive Asteroid Flies Past Earth - Nicky Woolf, The Guardian
Whatever Happened to 'Eco-Terrorism'? - Lauren Kirchner, PS Mag
Friday, January 23
Scientists Slow the Speed of Light - Kenneth Macdonald, BBC News
The New Measles - Adrienne LaFrance, The Atlantic
How the Gambler's Fallacy Wreaks Havoc - Steven Mazie, Big Think
The Science of Deflategate - Chad Orzel, The Conversation
Social Scientists as Vital as Engineers - Jonathan Michie, Guardian
How the Earth Will Get Its Revenge - Chris Mooney, Washington Post
Thursday, January 22
Why You Dream About Being Naked - Elizabeth Svoboda, Nautilus
The Wisdom Deficit in Schools - Michael Godsey, The Atlantic
Bioethics of Growing Human Kidneys in Rats - Tanya Lewis, Live Sci.
Senate Agrees Climate Change Is Real, 98-1 - Rich McCormick, Verge
Ancient, Magnificent Trees from Around World - Zach Slobig, Wired
10 Words that Are Actually Portmanteaux - Amanda Green, M-Floss
Wednesday, January 21
Who Benefits from Transhumanism? - David Warmflash, GLP
Science Gets Its Moment in Obama's SOTU - David Malakoff, Science
The Allergens in Natural Beauty Products - Rebecca Guenard, Atlantic
Extroverts Have Stronger Immune Systems? - Linda Geddes, NewSci.
Umami Makes Civilization Delicious - John McQuaid, Slate
Davos: Leaders to Focus on Threats to Humanity - Mico Tatalovic, NS
Tuesday, January 20
Heavenly Near-Death Experience a Fraud - Ron Charles, Wash. Post
Elon Musk Wants Global Wi-Fi to Fund Mars City - Max Metzger, NW
Asteroids May Not Be Planet Building Blocks - Charles Choi, Space
Atmosphere May Prevent Tidal Locking - Ken Croswell, Physics World
Why Do We Like Bitter Foods? - John McQuaid, Slate
15 Uniquely German 'Diseases' - Arika Okrent, Mental Floss

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