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#SciAmBlogs Monday – why storms topple trees, why life is carbon-based, why Twitter is like a party, why addicts roam, and more whys.

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- Mary Knudson – Why Do Trees Topple in a Storm?


- S.E. Gould – Shine on you crazy diamond: why humans are carbon-based lifeforms


- Cassie Rodenberg – Addicts Are Professional Vagabonds


- Christina Agapakis – Smell-O-Vision


- Ferris Jabr – Twitter Is A 24-Hour Party. You Can Tweet If You Want To


- Glendon Mellow – Illustrate Your Science Blog Using An iPhone


- Maria Konnikova – In praise of paper


- Darren Naish – Raptors kill hominids, kill cattle, kill giant moa


- Scicurious – This is your Brain on Music


- Carin Bondar – Evolutionary Pharmacology is at the Forefront of an Adventure in Crowdfunding


- Jennifer Frazer – Just What is Exserohilum rostratum?


- John Horgan – Should Scientists and Engineers Resist Taking Military Money?


- Christie Wilcox – Musical Monday: Stay Near Me


- Dana Hunter – Accretionary Wedge #51 Now Available – Geopoetry at Its Best!


- Marissa Fessenden – Engineers of the Future Design Star Trek-Inspired Tricorder Device


- David Biello – Rep. Rush Holt’s Advice to His Fellow Scientists on Politics



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