I am having fun at Science Online London. But I found some time to check what the bloggers were up to today. You should, too:


- Caleb A. Scharf - Starbreath


- Matthew Francis - What We Know About Black Holes


- Scicurious - Friday Weird Science: Science is HARD, you guys!


- Hannah Waters - On vaccines: scientists can’t stop doing science because of crazy people


- David Bressan - September 2, 1806: The landslide of Goldau


- Scott Huler - Storm Center: New Tools for the Postmortem


- Jennifer Frazer - A New Weapon in the War on Frog Chytrids: Water Fleas


- Katrina Edwards - North Pond: Searching for Intraterrestrial Life


- Mary Karmelek - After 136 Years of Overcrowding, Straphangers Still Look for Relief


- Kate Clancy - Around the web, data entry edition


- Eric Michael Johnson - Male Chauvinist Chimps or the Meat Market of Public Opinion?


- Maria Konnikova - Lessons from Sherlock Holmes: Don’t Underestimate the Importance of Imagination


- David Biello - Smog Levels to Remain Higher than Scientists Suggest Safe for Public Health


- John Horgan - Why Screening Teens for Mental Illness Is a Terrible Idea


- George Musser - Do Physicists Make the World a Better Place?



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