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#SciAmBlogs Thursday – Citizen Science, Serenity, Perfect Numbers, Endangered Parakeets, Fake Feces, and more

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Today we have a new Video of the Week.

- Caren Cooper – The Most Stressful Science Problem


- Kyle Hill – Saving Lives in Serenity: Can a Fanboy and Physics Change a Movie?


- Evelyn Lamb – Where in the World Are the Odd Perfect Numbers?


- Christie Wilcox – Fake Feces To Treat Deadly Disease: Scientists Find They Can Just Make Sh*t Up


- Dana Hunter – The Cataclysm: “A Boiling Mass of Rock”


- John R. Platt – Critically Endangered Parakeet Population Grows on Predator-Free Island Reserve


- Khalil A. Cassimally – On The Fraternity Of Journalists


- Cassie Rodenberg – How They Live: Sonya and Eric, Heroin Addicts


- Christina Agapakis – Medieval Tines: A Brief History of the Fork


- Psi Wavefunction – Testate amoeba in a sea of bacteria


- DNLee – NABJ Proposal: Health Science Reporting for Under-represented audiences


- Alex Wild – Thrifty Thursday: A Reminder of Summer


- David Biello – What Will It Take to Solve Climate Change?


- Eric R. Olson – The Countdown, Episode 13 – Asteroid Flyby, Couch Potatoes on Mars, Amateur Discovery, A Moon for the Moon, 100 Billion Exoplanets



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