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The Network Central

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

#SciAmBlogs Wednesday - a millimillipede, Nate Silver, false memories, solar eclipse, Higgs disappointment, and more.


We have a new Image of the Week for your enjoyment!

- Kyle Hill - How Long Will A Lie Last? New Study Finds That False Memories Linger for Years


- Becky Crew - Illacme plenipes, the leggiest animal on Earth, gets another look


- Bora Zivkovic - Nate Silver and the Ascendance of Expertise


- John R. Platt - Brazil Plans to Clone Its Endangered Species


- David Bressan - Ka ngaro i te ngaro a te Moa


- Darren Naish - Poor little bat, impaled on spines


- Bora Zivkovic - Introducing: Meghan Rosen


- Cassie Rodenberg - Fund a Meth Lab, Help Addiction Research


- DNLee - Wordless Wednesday: Open Window Bricked In


- Christie Wilcox - Tis the season of giving


- Scicurious - Love and learn: meet nematocin, the worm oxytocin


- Christine Gorman - Climate Change Denier Likely to Lead Congressional Science Committee


- John Matson - The November 2012 Solar Eclipse, as Seen 3 Times by Satellite [Video]


- Michael Moyer - New Higgs Result Bring Relief—and Disappointment


- Jen Christiansen - Storytelling with Big Data: Thoughts on VISUALIZED



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