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#SciAmBlogs Thursday - Waco explosion, climate change models, swimming sea cucumber, shrinking proton, and more.


- Ramez Naam - The Limits of the Earth–Part 2: Expanding the Limits


- Samyukta Mullangi - A Vignette from Psychiatry


- Kyle Hill - What Mushroom Clouds Can Reveal About The Waco Explosion


- Dana Hunter - The Cataclysm: “All of the Trees Seemed to Come Down at Once”


- Melissa C. Lott - Landmark EV report answers question: where are we?


- Jamil Zaki - Is “bad altruism” better than no altruism?


- Ashutosh Jogalekar - Climate change models fail to accurately simulate droughts


- Jason G. Goldman - Ronan Fights Back! Scrappy Sea Lion Might Reclaim the Title of First Non-Human Mammal Dancer


- Jennifer Frazer - The Swimming Sea Cucumber and the Exploding Paint Pack


- Cassie Rodenberg - One Year Later: Why I Still Write on Addiction in the Bronx


- Alex Wild - Social Insect Photography Tip: Emphasize the Individual


- Jennifer Ouellette - Physicists Tackle the Shrinking Proton Puzzle


- Susana Martinez-Conde and Stephen L. Macknik - The TOP 10 Illusions of the Year Have Been Announced


- Eric R. Olson - The Countdown, Episode 20 – Star Factory, Five New Exoplanets, Saturn Ring Rain, Planet-Naming Controversy, Missing Mars Lander Found


- Larry Greenemeier - Crowd Watching: Video Analytics Could Flag Crimes Before They Happen


- Mark Fischetti - Senators Who Opposed Background Checks Voted Against Their Constituents



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