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Reweaving the Rainbow: Cicadas, Science, and Creationism

With a swarm of determined zerglings, a Brood War is currently underway on the East coast. Brood II, a cohort of slumbering cicadas, recently made their way out of the ground in the billions to outnumber the humans in their path 600 to 1 (but don’t be surprised if you don’t see any)...

June 13, 2013 — Kyle Hill

Reweaving the Rainbow: Cicadas, Science, and Creationism

With a swarm of determined zerglings, a Brood War is currently underway on the East coast. Brood II, a cohort of slumbering cicadas, recently made their way out of the ground in the billions to outnumber the humans in their path 600 to 1 (but don't be surprised if you don't see any)...

June 13, 2013 — Kyle Hill

#SciAmBlogs Wednesday - GMO potato, cooperative genes, shark tourism, itsy bitsy spiders, magpie family, and more.

- Tiffany Stecker - You say potato, I say double stranded RNA - Jag Bhalla - Selfish Genes Also Must Cooperate - Psi Wavefunction - Squatters of the microbial world: foram-in-a-foram - Brenna Schneider - An interconnected environment and economy- Shark tourism in Palau - Becky Crew - Two new species of Chinese spider are positively weeny - Christina Agapakis - Creation and Synthetic Biology: Book Review - David Wogan - In Texas electrical grid, natural gas and renewables complement each other - Khalil A...

STAFFJune 12, 2013 — Bora Zivkovic

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