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I will be on vacation all next week, so next installment of the evening linkfest will come on January 3rd. In the meantime, check the blogs anyway – using the feeds, bookmarks or social media, or whichever way you prefer to keep up with your favourite science bloggers. Have a great holiday!

- Kyle Hill – Edward, Bella, and McGurk: Why Bad Lip-Synching Is So Funny

 

- Hannah Waters – A Natural History of Mistletoe

 

- Jennifer Ouellette – Notes from the Firewall

 

- John R. Platt – Once Extinct in the Wild, Kihansi Spray Toad Returns to Tanzania (by Way of the Bronx and Toledo)

 

- Ingrid Wickelgren – Brain Benefits for the Holidays? Stuff the Stocking with Video Games

 

- John Horgan – More Guns Have Not Produced More Killings, But We Still Need Gun Control

 

- Kate Clancy – 2012 Best of Context and Variation

 

- Khalil A. Cassimally – Khalil’s Picks (21 December 2012)

 

- Scicurious – Friday Weird Science: A CEO takes over…my loins.

 

- Mariette DiChristina – The Banana That Gave Its All for Science

 

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  1. 1. brainguy 10:20 am 12/22/2012

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