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#SciAmBlogs Thursday – Mathematical Organisms, DNA Sequences, Frontal Cortex, green spaces, and more.

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- Joselle Kehoe – Quantum Mechanical Words and Mathematical Organisms

 

- Dennis Waters – Why Do Sequences Think They Are So Special?

 

- Kyle Hill – Death By Lens Flare: Drink Into Darkness

 

- Scott Barry Kaufman – Gorillas Agree: Human Frontal Cortex is Nothing Special

 

- Maria Konnikova – Want to be happier and live longer? Protect green spaces

 

- David Wogan – Why we know about the greenhouse gas effect

 

- Robynne Boyd – Summer of the Mosquito

 

- John R. Platt – What Do Tigers and Kiwi Have in Common? The Answer Lies in Their Genes

 

- DNLee – Charges dropped against #KieraWilmot, now let’s shower her with science love

 

- Darren Naish – These skulls are for talking about

 

- Ashutosh Jogalekar – Who’s the greatest American physicist in history?

 

- John Horgan – Should Research on Race and IQ Be Banned?

 

- Alex Wild – Thrifty Thursday: The Digital Herbarium

 

- John Matson – Citizen Scientists Track Light Pollution as Humanity Loses Touch with the Night Sky

 

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