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#SciAmBlogs Wednesday – bird disease citizen science, dog words, Wild Sex, expertise, amoebae, Thanksgiving myths, and more.

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As usual on Wednesdays, we have a new Video of the Week. Happy Thanksgiving!

- Caren Cooper – Stone Soup for Thanksgiving: understanding bird disease through citizen science


- David L. Levine – How I got to walk in the steps of Galileo?


- Bora Zivkovic – The other kinds of expertise


- Jason G. Goldman – For Word Learning, Size Matters If You’re A Dog


- Jennifer Ouellette – Every Sperm is Sacred


- Dana Hunter – Learning the Language of Rivers III: The River Sings


- Christie Wilcox – Sticks and stones may break my bones, but Wild Sex excites me


- John Horgan – Thanksgiving Guilt Trip: How Warlike Were Native Americans Before Europeans Arrived?


- Charles Q. Choi – A Modest Proposal: Printed Cyborgs


- Khalil A. Cassimally – Introducing: Jon Tennant


- Psi Wavefunction – Amoebae shelled and naked


- Kalliopi Monoyios – Hello!? This is Your Conscience Speaking…


- DNLee – Wordless Wednesday: Happy Thanksgiving


- Daisy Yuhas – Why do physicists care so much about finding the Higgs boson?


- Kate Wong – Troubled Ape Facility Reinstates Controversial Researcher



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