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#SciAmBlogs Friday – Cassini, baobab, history of the atom, loved librarians, summer romance, science metaphors, and more.

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- Clarissa Ai Ling Lee – The Story of Energy: The Physics of an Atom – Part 1


- Jag Bhalla – Science’s Mobile Army of Metaphors


- Eric Michael Johnson – We Contain Multitudes: Walt Whitman, Charles Darwin, and the Song of Empathy


- John R. Platt – Climate Change Could Wipe Out Amazing Baobab Trees in Madagascar


- Cassie Rodenberg – Help or Hurt? Outpatient Drug Treatment for the Homeless


- Ashutosh Jogalekar – Creationists are wrong. Science is actually concerned with the truth.


- Bonnie Swoger – Famous people like libraries and librarians!


- Alex Wild – An interview with Bug Dreams’ Rick Lieder


- David Wogan – Don’t Understand Climate Change? Bill Nye Can Help.


- Julie Hecht – Anthrozoology: Not a Study of Ants


- Kalliopi Monoyios – What’s Worse Than Fecal Transplants? This Gal.


- Khalil A. Cassimally – Khalil’s Picks (19 July 2013)


- Scicurious – Friday Weird Science: Mopey mice pee their feelings.


- Kelly Oakes – Today’s the day! A new pale blue dot


- Lee Billings – Cassini Spacecraft Takes One Last Look at Home Today


- Caitlin Shure – 5 (Scientific) Reasons to Stay Single This Summer



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