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#SciAmBlogs Thursday - citizen science, Flame Challenge, drone journalism, birth of a volcano, complex brains, and more.

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Last day of the month? Yup! Thus, a new episode of Best of the Blogs!

- Erin C. McKiernan - Challenges in Simulating a Human Brain

 

- Caren Cooper - Pearls across the Zooniverse: When Crowdsourcing Becomes Citizen Science

 

- Christine O'Connell - Out of the Comfort Zone and into the Fire–How taking the Flame Challenge can change your life

 

- Gary Stix - Brain-to-Brain: Dawning of the Telepathic Rat Tweet

 

- Dana Hunter - Paricutín: "Save Me From the Dangers in Which I am About to Die"

 

- Khalil A. Cassimally - Brace Yourselves, Drone Journalism Is Coming

 

- Bonnie Swoger - Good news about sharing scientific research

 

- Krystal D'Costa - Cleveland Rocks

 

- David Wogan - U.S. crude oil production reaches highest production since December 1992

 

- Alex Wild - Thrifty Thursday: The iPhone and the Grasshopper

 

- Glendon Mellow - Ultimate Croc Anatomy!

 

- Joanne Manaster - Math Warriors: Season 3

 

- Robin Lloyd - Comedy about Isaac Newton Enlightens

 

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