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#SciAmBlogs Thursday - Monstersauria, Security Risk Analysis, CSI Volcano, smart alien dinosaurs, and more.

There is a new Video of the Week for you to watch and enjoy.- Darren Naish - Monstersauria vs Goannasauria - Reut Rory Cohen - Security and Commerce: Finding a Balance in a Post-9/11 World with Risk Analysis Science - Nature - Why Nature Published the Controversial Mutant Bird-Flu Paper - David Bressan - Geology Scene Investigation: Death by Volcanic Fire - Christie Wilcox - Playing in Tide Pools | Scientist in vivo - John R...

STAFFMay 4, 2012 — Bora Zivkovic

Saturn Stunning Close-Ups

Video of the Week #41 May 3rd, 2012 From: Saturn Is Alive, No CGI by Caleb A. Scharf at Life, Unbounded . Source: Sander van den Berg The Netherlands-based director and editor Sander van den Berg has put together a stunning series of Cassini still images to produce “Outer Space.” The short film covers a remarkable amount of what s going on in the Saturnian hood (and a litle bit of Jupiter as well) including some incredible shots of moonlets interacting with the rings, storms and circulations on Saturn itself, and the endless to-ing and fro-ing of moons, light, and shadow...

May 3, 2012 — Bora Zivkovic

#SciAmBlogs Wednesday - food, tweets in space, trepanation, bird flu, solar-powered catamaran and more.

 - Diana Gitig - Having Your Meat and Eating it, Too? - Scicurious - High fat diets and depression: a look in mice - Robynne Boyd - Spring’s First Harvest: local organic produce - Bora Zivkovic - ScienceOnline2012 – interview with Lali Derosier and Best of April at A Blog Around The Clock - Bora Zivkovic - Introducing: Natalie Wolchover - Khalil A...

STAFFMay 3, 2012 — Bora Zivkovic

Having Your Meat and Eating It, Too?

I do not have a problem recognizing that we are at the top of the food chain – I think that it is no more wrong for us to eat meat than it is for lions or wolves to do so.

May 2, 2012 — Diana Gitig

Visionary or Vision-Impaired? Lovelock Is Both

Just because someone has had some brilliant ideas, it doesn’t mean every word he utters shines with truth. Let’s keep that in mind in the furor about James Lovelock, inventor of Gaia theory...

May 1, 2012 — Melanie Lenart

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