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#SciAmBlogs Wednesday – subduction zone, deafening birdsong, spider silk, gravitational mesolensing, and more.

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- Dana Hunter – Mélange et Trois: A Trip Across Subduction Zone Madness


- Garth Sundem – A Fun DIY Science Goodie: How To Get a Positive Expected Rate of Return on a Lottery Ticket


- Scicurious – Deafening Birdsong


- Jason G. Goldman – Music and Memory: Robert Sherman, Voice of Your Childhood, Dies at 86 and Editor’s Selections: LinkedIn, Caffeine for Night Owls, and Seeing Smells


- Alex Wild – The US Geological Survey Has Photographs That Rock


- DNLee – Chemical relaxers, fibroids and black women: how it ALL started and Happy International Women’s Day


- Jennifer Ouellette – Along Came a Spider: The Wonders of Spider Silk


- Darren Naish – The gigantic, shark-toothed, small-flippered, long-bodied, sea-going predatory lizard that is Hainosaurus


- S.E. Gould – Exploring inside cells – in 3D!


- Robynne Boyd – Talkin’ Trash: the Quick and Dirty on Recycling


- John R. Platt – Video: 2 Rhinos Fight for Life after Their Horns Are Chopped Off


- Caleb A. Scharf – Gravitational Mesolensing And The Hunt For Exoplanets


- James Byrne – Disease Prone on FiSTChat!


- SciBarCamb organisers – What is: SciBarCamb?


- Matt Salzberg – What is:


- John Matson – One Year after Fukushima: Could It Happen in the U.S.?


- Sarah Fecht – Combination of “Deaf and Mute” May Have Neural Underpinnings



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