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#SciAmBlogs Monday - Spade-toothed whale, unnatural selection, Death with Dignity, pigeon milk, Washoe, Sandy, and more.

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- Laura Jane Martin - The death of natural selection

 

- Ilana Yurkiewicz - Support for Massachusetts Death with Dignity: what 14 years of data show us

 

- S.E. Gould - How to milk a pigeon

 

- Maureen McCarthy - Chimps in Uganda: Lessons from Washoe

 

- Becky Crew - World’s rarest whale seen for first time: Spade-toothed whale

 

- John R. Platt - Amazing: Rarest Whale Seen for First Time in History, but Not at Sea

 

- Melissa C. Lott - Video: What does NYC’s carbon footprint “look” like?

 

- Bora Zivkovic - No rats in Ryder Alley

 

- Darren Naish - The Great Dinosaur Art Event of 2012

 

- Anna Kuchment - Kids’ Science Books For Stormy Weather

 

- Dana Hunter - “Nothing Lasts, Eternal”

 

- Christie Wilcox - Taking Einstein’s Advice

 

- Scicurious - Friday Weird Science: Are you getting bigger? Or is your tie retracting?

 

- Janet D. Stemwedel - DonorsChoose Science Bloggers for Students 2012: helping classrooms in the aftermath of Super-storm Sandy.

 

- Katherine Harmon - Newer Docs Might Be Driving Up Health Care Costs and How Computational Models Are Improving Medicine [Video]

 

- Christine Gorman - New York City Marathon Runs Anyway

 

- Larry Greenemeier - Election 2012: Sandy Prompts N.J. to Extend E-Mail Voting

 

- John Matson - Astronomers Spot Most Distant Supernova Yet

 

- Eric R. Olson - The Countdown, Episode 8 – Hurricane Syzygy, Ancient Starlight, Vesta Mystery, Superluminous Supernovae, ‘Hawaiian’ Soil on Mars

 

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