RealClearScience Evening Edition

Tuesday, May 3
Science Can Do Better Than Neil deGrasse Tyson - Neel Patel, Inverse
It's Raining All Over The Universe - Adam Frank, NPR
Tiny Telescope One-Ups Kepler - Sarah Zhang, Wired
Amazing Cases of Human Super Strength - Adam Hadhazy, BBC Future
New Antivenom Treats 18 Snakebites - Anna Nowogrodzki, Nat Geo
Oak Tree Disease May Be Unstoppable - Chris Mooney, Wash Post
Monday, May 2
NASA's $18 Billion Rocket to Nowhere - Dan Vergano, BuzzFeed
3 Possibly Habitable Worlds Orbit Cool Star - Eric Berger, Ars Tech
The Secretive Plans to Crack Fusion - J. Frochtzwajg, BBC Future
How to Use the Blackest Black Ever Made - Kassia St. Clair, 1843
What If Yellowstone's Supervolcano Erupted? - Becky Oskin, LiveSci
The Most Feared Man in Biotech - Rebecca Robbins, Stat
Friday, April 29
Physics on Verge of Monumental Discovery - Pauline Gagnon, Aeon
Weasel Shuts Down Large Hadron Collider - Geoff Brumfiel, NPR
Human Extinction Isn't That Unlikely - Robinson Meyer, The Atlantic
Why Aren't There More Scientists? Money. - R. Krulwich, Phenomena
The Risk of Gathering Papers Illegally - Marcia McNutt, Science
Science Mag's Flawed Defense of Its Business - Justin Peters, Slate
Thursday, April 28
What's Inside a Black Hole? - Matthew Francis, Nautilus
Cosmic Rays Reveal Interior of Pyramid - Rossella Lorenzi, D-News
Chernobyl Is a 20th-Century Pompeii - Kristin Romey, Nat Geo
Abandon Hype in Climate Models - Rayner, Geden, & Kruger, Guardian
5 Chemists Who Should Have Won the Nobel - Stu Borman, C&E News
Don't Exercise to Lose Weight - Javier Zarracina & Julia Belluz, Vox
Wednesday, April 27
The Strongest Force in the Universe - Ethan Siegel, Forbes
How Europe Exported the Black Death - Andrew Lawler, Science News
Norovirus Costs $60 Billion Each Year - Bruce Y. Lee, PLoS Blogs
Taking Sperm From the Dead - Jenny Morber, The Atlantic
The Quest to Decode the Language of Cats - Cari Romm, Science of Us
Online Narcissism: A Self-Sustaining Spiral - Tom Jacobs, PS Mag
Tuesday, April 26
Why So Many Smart People Aren't Happy - Joe Pinsker, The Atlantic
Is the Annual Physical Unnecessary? - Harriet Hall, Sci-Based Med
Do Humans Contain More Toxins Today? - Matt Limmer, Aeon Mag
Yellow Fever Is Back, And It's Our Fault - Sarah Zhang, Wired
Company to Develop Solar Propulsion for NASA - K. Kremer, U-Today
The Hottest Job in Physics - Troy Rummler, Symmetry
Monday, April 25
Rise in CO2 Has Greened the Planet - Roger Harrabin, BBC News
Bed Bugs Hate Certain Colors - Carina Storrs, CNN
Why Life Could Exist in Deep Space - Philip Ball, BBC Earth
Did Asteroids Give Mars Its Oceans? - Elizabeth Howell, Discovery News
Nikola Tesla's Struggle to Remain Relevant - Roff Smith, Smithsonian
The Upside of Uncertainty - Bethany Brookshire, ScienceNews

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