Another day, another treasure trove of sciencey goodness on the blogs:

- Cheryl Murphy ­- Learning the Look of Love: In your Eyes, the Light the Heat


- Maria Konnikova - Lessons from Sherlock Holmes: Why Most of Us Wouldn’t Be Able to Tell That Watson Fought in Afghanistan


- Bora Zivkovic - Lesson of the Day: Circadian Clocks are HARD to shift! and #scio11 – Blogging on the Career Path


- David Bressan - November 1, 1755: The Earthquake of Lisbon: Wrath of God or Natural Disaster?


- Michael Moyer - Plane from Newark Crash Lands in Poland [Video]


- Jason G. Goldman - Halloween Editor’s Selections: Ghosts, Zombies, and Stealing Candy


- Anna Kuchment - Why Minnesotans excel at math, and other mysteries of the Nation’s Report Card


- Kevin Zelnio - Baba Brinkman’s Rap Guide to Evolution


- John R. Platt - Could an Artificial Cave Help Protect Bats from Deadly Fungus?


- Geoff Wheat and Katrina Edwards - North Pond: Stars and Their Infinite Reach


- Christine Gorman - Scientific American–Then and Now


- Lucas Brouwers - Shapeless sacks and oblong paper-knives: meet your cousins


- Scott Huler - The Robots Who Could Have Saved Fukushima Are Coming


- Jennifer Frazer - The Surprising Lives of Cycads



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