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#SciAmBlogs Tuesday – zombie bacteria, sleep and memory, quantum cryptography, dinosaur trunks, hungry ciliates, ancient eyes, and more.

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- Simon J Makin – Sleep On It


- Alan Woodward – Quantum Cryptography At The End Of Your Road


- Jennifer Ouellette – Quantum Dots of Many Colors


- Darren Naish – Junk in the trunk: why sauropod dinosaurs did not possess trunks (redux, 2012)


- Psi Wavefunction – Frontonia: dissecting a ciliate appetite


- Jennifer Frazer – Mycoplasma “Ghosts” Can Rise From the Dead


- Lucas Brouwers – Animal vision evolved 700 million years ago


- Ashutosh Jogalekar – Chocolate consumption and Nobel Prizes: A bizarre juxtaposition if there ever was one


- Maria Konnikova – Killer blueberries: Inside the reality of paranoia


- John R. Platt – Last 22 Gobi Bears Endangered by Climate Change in Mongolia


- Ferris Jabr – Does Eating Turkey Really Make You Sleepy?


- John Horgan – What Should Teachers Say to Religious Students Who Doubt Evolution?


- DNLee – Black may not crack, but it can sunburn


- George Musser – Caveat Emptor, Solar Homeowners


- Jason G. Goldman – ScienceSeeker Editor’s Selections: Headaches, Turkey, Gratitude, and Dogs


- Katherine Harmon – Wormholes In Art Trace Species Through Time and Space



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