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#SciAmBlogs Friday – mushroom men, fake subway maps, Australian geology, world’s largest octopus, and more.

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- Jag Bhalla – It Is in Our Nature to Be Self-Deficient

 

- Claire O’Connell – A New Inflammatory “Danger” Signal Spotted and Stopped

 

- Kalliopi Monoyios – How Do You Wear Your Anatomy?

 

- Cassie Rodenberg – Beauty and the K2: Synthetic Marijuana Dependence

 

- David Wogan – No mass transit in your city? Have a fake subway map instead

 

- DNLee – #DispatchesDNLee: Ninafika Morogoro, Tanzania!

 

- Carin Bondar – It’s Okay To Be Smart – It Really Is

 

- David Bressan – Geologists in the land of the Kangaroo: The first (and forgotten) geological Exploration of Australia

 

- John Horgan – How Can We Condemn Boston Murders But Excuse U.S. Bombing of Civilians?

 

- Katherine Harmon – Unusual Offshore Octopods: Does the World’s Largest Octopus Only Have Seven Arms? [Video]

 

- Bora Zivkovic – Bora’s Picks (April 19th, 2013)

 

- Scicurious – Beer, Dopamine, and BRAIN SCANS! and Friday Weird Science: For real sperm, real men wear kilts

 

- Kate Wong – Finding My Inner Neandertal

 

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