RealClearScience Evening Edition
Friday, January 30Are Climate Models Biased?
- John Timmer, Ars TechnicaLiberals Might Outlive Conservatives
- Kim Painter, USA TodayWellness Obsession Has Gone Too Far
- Cederström & Spicer, NewSciThe Man Who Studies Everyday Evil
- David Robson, BBC FutureU.S. Medical Science Is Not in Decline
- Matt Theisen, Primary StructFootball Before Age 12 Bad for the Brain
- Tom Farrey, ESPN
Thursday, January 29Ebola Virus Is Mutating
- Kevin McSpadden, TimeWhy an Ebola Vaccine Could Fail
- Brian Resnick, National JournalNetworks Reveal Disease Connections
- Veronique Greenwood, QuantaThe Brain Cells Behind Overeating
- Anna Azvolinsky, The ScientistChicks Place Low Numbers on the Left
- Jonathan Webb, BBC NewsWhy Do We Itch?
- David Linden, The Atlantic
Wednesday, January 28Dr. Oz Nutrition 'Expert' Is a Scam Artist
- Julia Belluz, VoxCan Data Sharing Prevent Scientific Fraud?
- Joel Achenbach, WaPoAncient Human Fossil from a New Species?
- Charles Choi, Live Sci.Fossils Push Snake Origins Back 65M Years
- Will Dunham, ReutersChemists Confirm New Type of Bond
- Amy Nordrum, Scientific Am.Making Beer from Treated Wastewater
- Cassandra Profita, NPR
Tuesday, January 27Catching Spies: James Bond's Body Language
- The EconomistMost Expensive Winter Storms in U.S. History
- Marcus Woo, WiredTechnology Makes Us Vulnerable to Catastrophe
- Colin Dickey, AeonAsteroid that Buzzed Earth Had Its Own Moon
- A. Griffin, Indep.Internet Comments Are Literally Killing Us
- Betsy Woodruff, SlateSappho's New Poems: Tangled Tale of Discovery
- Megan Gannon, LS
Monday, January 26Our Shared Sexual Insecurities
- Seth Stephens-Davidowitz, NY TimesDid Edgar Allan Poe Foresee Modern Physics?
- John Horgan, Sci AmDolphins Seem to Mourn for Their Dead
- Mary Bates, WiredThirst 'Switch' Found in Mouse Brain
- Tanya Lewis, LiveScienceMassive Asteroid Flies Past Earth
- Nicky Woolf, The GuardianWhatever Happened to 'Eco-Terrorism'?
- Lauren Kirchner, PS Mag
Friday, January 23Scientists Slow the Speed of Light
- Kenneth Macdonald, BBC NewsThe New Measles
- Adrienne LaFrance, The AtlanticHow the Gambler's Fallacy Wreaks Havoc
- Steven Mazie, Big ThinkThe Science of Deflategate
- Chad Orzel, The ConversationSocial Scientists as Vital as Engineers
- Jonathan Michie, GuardianHow the Earth Will Get Its Revenge
- Chris Mooney, Washington Post
Thursday, January 22Why You Dream About Being Naked
- Elizabeth Svoboda, NautilusThe Wisdom Deficit in Schools
- Michael Godsey, The AtlanticBioethics of Growing Human Kidneys in Rats
- Tanya Lewis, Live Sci.Senate Agrees Climate Change Is Real, 98-1
- Rich McCormick, VergeAncient, Magnificent Trees from Around World
- Zach Slobig, Wired10 Words that Are Actually Portmanteaux
- Amanda Green, M-Floss
Wednesday, January 21Who Benefits from Transhumanism?
- David Warmflash, GLPScience Gets Its Moment in Obama's SOTU
- David Malakoff, ScienceThe Allergens in Natural Beauty Products
- Rebecca Guenard, AtlanticExtroverts Have Stronger Immune Systems?
- Linda Geddes, NewSci.Umami Makes Civilization Delicious
- John McQuaid, SlateDavos: Leaders to Focus on Threats to Humanity
- Mico Tatalovic, NS
Tuesday, January 20Heavenly Near-Death Experience a Fraud
- Ron Charles, Wash. PostElon Musk Wants Global Wi-Fi to Fund Mars City
- Max Metzger, NWAsteroids May Not Be Planet Building Blocks
- Charles Choi, SpaceAtmosphere May Prevent Tidal Locking
- Ken Croswell, Physics WorldWhy Do We Like Bitter Foods?
- John McQuaid, Slate15 Uniquely German 'Diseases'
- Arika Okrent, Mental Floss