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#SciAmBlogs Friday – mass extinction, political morality, colonoscopic memory, telescope octopus, Desmids, colon replica, and more.


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- Ramez Naam – Can Humans Survive Mass Extinction?

 

- Jag Bhalla – Colonoscopies Clarify Inner Workings of Minds

 

- Kate Clancy – Feedback Loops: The Biology and Culture of Premenstrual Experience

 

- Julie Hecht – Do Dogs Understand Our Words? The Dogs Weigh In

 

- Kyle Hill – How Tardigrades Saved The Enterprise

 

- Evelyn Lamb – My Head Is Not a Hairy Ball

 

- Katherine Harmon – Unusual Offshore Octopods: Telescope Octopus Has Totally Tubular Eyes

 

- Jennifer Frazer – Wonderful Things: Desmids, Microscopic Plants of Unusual Beauty and Oddball Behavior

 

- Janet D. Stemwedel – Reluctance to act on suspicions about fellow scientists: inside the frauds of Diederik Stapel (part 4).

 

- Lauren Stoneburner – Is the Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands Doing Enough?

 

- Mary Karmelek – 2 Ships Passing in the Fog: 35 Years before the Titanic, Uneasy Sailing on the White Star Line

 

- Glendon Mellow – Forget Skeuomorphic Illustration

 

- Adam Waytz – A Different Look at the Political Divide on Morality

 

- Melissa C. Lott – How to achieve a 20% efficiency increase for $50

 

- Bora Zivkovic – Bora’s Picks (May 31st, 2013)

 

- Jason G. Goldman – The Best Animal Engineers

 

- Scicurious – Friday Weird Science! The Concrete Enema

 

- Eric R. Olson – A Galactic Collision, and More – The Countdown, Episode 23

 

- David Biello – Reaction in Action: Before and After Pictures at the Atomic Level

 

- Arielle Duhaime-Ross – Gut Reaction: Human Colon Replica Demonstrates How E. coli Contaminates Groundwater

 

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