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Updates on the blog network and news from the science blogosphere.

#SciAmBlogs Monday - Craigs List Avenue, Religion and Medical Care, Words With Rocks, Bad doctors, Futuristic Foods and more.


Most important news of the day - we have a new blog! Check out Rosetta Stones!

Second, as it is Monday, we have a new Image of the Week.

I think these four posts had something to do with yesterday's date - you decide:

- Darren Naish - Amphisbaenians and the origins of mammals


- Ferris Jabr - Neuroscientists: We Don’t Really Know What We Are Talking About, Either


- David Bressan - Strange Skull rewrites History of Man


- Janet D. Stemwedel - Who profits from killing Pluto?


And now for the serious stuff:

- Cassie Rodenberg - Strolling “Craigs List Avenue” for Drugs: Tatiana’s Story


- Judy Stone - Molecules to Medicine: When Religion Collides with Medical Care: Who decides what is right for you?


- Dana Hunter - Words With Rocks


- Ilana Yurkiewicz - “Bad doctors” and bad habits


- Christina Agapakis - Foods in the Year 2000


- Jennifer Frazer - Another Bat Die-Off Leads to Discovery of First European Ebola Virus Relative


- Scicurious - Can amphetamine and caffeine make you a slacker?


- Kalliopi Monoyios - Paleo Dream Jobs: Bringing Dinos Back to Life


- DNLee - Tackling student loan debt - Serve your way out of debt


- Caleb A. Scharf - Raw Footage From An Alien World


- John Horgan - Christof Koch on Free Will, the Singularity and the Quest to Crack Consciousness


- Carin Bondar - A Jason Mraz Tune Gets Geekified! Monday Music Video


- Jason G. Goldman - Sunday Photoblogging: Locals, Tourists, and Data


- Wayne Maddison - Spiders in Borneo: Scattered literature


- Elizabeth Iorns - Leading a Movement to Change the Pace of Scientific Research


- Bora Zivkovic - Anthropologists love Scientific American and Best of March at A Blog Around The Clock


- Bora Zivkovic - Welcome Rosetta Stones – the newest blog at #SciAmBlogs and Open Laboratory 2013 – submissions so far


- Gary Stix - Psychological ‘Growth’ Through War and Disease: Sometimes It’s Just a Cruel Delusion


- Katherine Harmon - Routine Mammograms Lead to Overdiagnosis of Breast Cancer


- Kate Wong - Humans Tamed Fire by One Million Years Ago



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