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#SciAmBlogs Monday – whale culture, Caffeine MLD50, genetically modified human, smartglasses, Boston fear, and more.

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- Kyle Hill – How Many People Could You Kill With All the Caffeine Consumed on Friends?


- Kevin Bonham – Boston Lockdown – Fear, Uncertainty and Bias


- Cheryl Knepper – Addiction Interaction, Relapse and Recovery


- Christina Agapakis – “What if I told you I was a genetically modified human?”


- Julie Hecht – Are Dogs Funnier than Cats?


- Felicity Muth – Animal culture: insights from whales


- Janet D. Stemwedel – Are safe working conditions too expensive for knowledge-builders?


- Scicurious – The Overgeneralization of Generalized Anxiety Disorder


- Ashutosh Jogalekar – The head of the House Committee on Science does not understand how science works


- Gary Stix – Could Smartglasses Be the Next Big Tech Bust?


- Charles Q. Choi – A Modest Proposal: Google Glass Meets Facebook


- Krystal D’Costa – When and Where Is It Okay to Cry? and The World Science Festival is Coming!


- Kalliopi Monoyios – The Three Little Pigs Never Thought of This Building Material


- Susana Martinez-Conde and Stephen L. Macknik – Neuroscience in Fiction: Hannibal Lecter’s Memory Palace


- Ferris Jabr – Mrs. Dalloway in New York City: Documenting How People Talk to Themselves in Their Heads


- Michael Chwe – Michael Chwe Responds to Miss Austen


- DNLee – #DispatchesDNLee: Settling Back Into Morogoro


- Maria Droujkova and Yelena McManaman – Adventurous Math For the Playground Set


- Jennifer Ouellette – Physics Week in Review: April 27, 2013


- John R. Platt – Slaughtered Rhinos, Vanishing Cheetahs, the Lonely Dodo and Other Links from the Brink


- Erin Brodwin – Sequester-Hobbled DARPA Takes Aim at New Types of Terrorism



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