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

#SciAmBlogs Tuesday - Maya Apocalypse, next Mars rover, microgrids, trans-planetary microbes, dopamine and depression, and more.

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And we have a brand new Image of the Week.

- Andy Rivkin - The fight to save planetary science, and why the new Mars rover doesn’t mean victory

 

- Caroline Dodds Pennock - The 2012 Apocalypse, or why the world won’t end this week

 

- Judy Stone - A Clinical Trial and Suicide Leave Many Questions: Part 3: Conflict of Interest

 

- Scicurious - The dopamine side(s) of depression, part 2

 

- Dawn Santoianni - Guest Post: Are Microgrids the Key to Energy Security?

 

- Caleb A. Scharf - There’s Something in the Air: Trans-planetary Microbes

 

- George Musser - Physicists Find a Backdoor Way to Do Experiments on Exotic Gravitational Physics

 

- Alex Wild - Everest in Two Billion Pixels

 

- John R. Platt - Logging Could Doom Tiny Australian Possum to Extinction, but One Zoo Offers Hope

 

- Jason G. Goldman - Science Seeker Editor’s Selections: Music, Knowledge, Cortisol, Language

 

- Katherine Harmon - Intensive Weight Loss Programs Might Help Reverse Diabetes

 

- Mariette DiChristina - Which World Will We Face in 2030?

 

- Daisy Yuhas - Psychology Reveals the Comforts of the Apocalypse

 

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