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#SciAmBlogs Friday – critical thinking, hot flashes, two Higgs bosons, poisonous loris, seeing bacteria, gun laws, and more.

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- Scott K. Johnson – Re-thinking the way colleges teach critical thinking

 

- Josh Howgego – The ideas woman

 

- Kate Clancy – Don’t Sweat It: Premenopausal Women, Reproductive State, and the Joy of Night Sweats

 

- George Musser – When You Fall Into a Black Hole, How Long Have You Got?

 

- David Wogan – On tap for Monday: coverage of the US and France energy conference from Austin

 

- Christina Agapakis – Seeing Bacteria

 

- John Horgan – Will Connecticut Massacre Give Politicians the Guts to Take on the Gun Lobby?

 

- Bora Zivkovic – Bora’s Picks (December 14th, 2012)

 

- DNLee – Computer Science Education Week 2012 Recap

 

- Michael Moyer – Have Scientists Found Two Different Higgs Bosons?

 

- Katherine Harmon – New Toxic Nocturnal Primate Species Discovered

 

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