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#SciAmBlogs Monday - Gluten Sensitivity, Legend of Zelda, Borg rats, Junk food, Dinosaur stamps, New Zealand parrots, and more.

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- Julianne Wyrick - Gluten Sensitivity: What Does It Really Mean?

 

- Kyle Hill - The Ocarina of Time Travel, Extra Dimensions, And Branching Universes

 

- Scicurious - Bringing on the Borg rats?

 

- Charles Q. Choi - A Menagerie of Curiosities: Eyes on their tails

 

- David Bressan - Dinosaur-Mail: Postal Service, Prehistoric Pop-Art & Plagiarism

 

- Darren Naish - Kea, Kaka, Kakapo

 

- Carin Bondar - May I Present: The Science Online 2013 Music Video

 

- David Wogan - Junk food addiction and the gap between the world’s obese and undernourished

 

- Bora Zivkovic - Introducing: Cristy Gelling

 

- Bora Zivkovic - ScienceSeeker Awards – blog contest announcement

 

- DNLee - The Loop 21 & UNITY discuss Race and the Media – any room for Science?

 

- John Horgan - Do All Cults, Like All Psychotherapies, Exploit the Placebo Effect?

 

- Alex Wild - A simple diffuser for Canon’s MT-24EX macro flash and The Scientific American Blog Network is not Scientific American

 

- Bora Zivkovic - Best of February at A Blog Around The Clock

 

- David Biello - Meet the New Secretary of Energy Nominee: Ernie Moniz

 

- Fred Guterl - Googling E.T., Mind Reading and Other Crazy Ideas That Just Might Work

 

- Neda Afsarmanesh - Smog Blog: World-Class Pollution Brings Tehran to a Halt

 

- Kate Wong - Ban Elephant Ivory, Legalize Rhino Horn?

 

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