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#SciAmBlogs Wednesday - Brown Eyes, #OverlyHonestMethods, Australia's Climate, Exoplanets, Stressed Professors, Plesiosaurs, and more.

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- Laura Jane Martin - #OverlyHonestMethods, or #SoGladWe’reHavingThisConversation

 

- Christian Orlic - The Origins of Directed Panspermia

 

- David Wogan - Australia’s Climate Bureau: get used to record breaking heat

 

- DNLee - NABJ Proposal: Science 101 for Journalists or So, You want to be a Science Writer?

 

- Caleb A. Scharf - Dance of the Exoplanets

 

- Bora Zivkovic - ScienceOnline2012 – interview with Allie Wilkinson

 

- Scicurious - Forbes, Professors, and Half-Knowledge

 

- Kate Clancy - Back to Work! Autonomy and the Stress of Being a Professor

 

- Jason G. Goldman - Is Playtime All Fun and Games?

 

- David Bressan - The Forgotten Naturalist: Alfred Russel Wallace

 

- Darren Naish - Plesiosaurs and the repeated invasion of freshwater habitats: late-surviving relicts or evolutionary novelties?

 

- Christie Wilcox - People With Brown Eyes Appear More Trustworthy, But That’s Not The Whole Story

 

- Katherine Harmon - Some Barefoot Runners Tip Orthodoxy Back on Heels

 

- John Matson - Asteroids: Close and Closer, but Not Too Close for Comfort

 

- Larry Greenemeier - CES Spotlights Will.i.am and 3 Other Mobile Entrepreneurs

 

- Michael Moyer - Beautiful Video Imagines the Thousands of Known Exoplanets Orbiting a Single Star

 

- The Editors - Scientific American’s latest eBook takes A Look Back at The Best of 2012

 

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