Finally back home, after taking six flights with two companies, passing through seven airports (three of them twice) including 3 out of 4 London airports (only missed Stanstead). Off to bed, see you all tomorrow, but in the meantime enjoy the bloggers' daily output:


- Alex Wild - Why are media insects misidentified?


- S.E. Gould - Genes for antibiotic resistance


- Carlo Rovelli - Science as perpetual revolution, from its earliest beginnings to quantum gravity


- Scicurious - Tingling Neurons Titillate your Tinnitus


- Katherine Harmon - 6 Common Misconceptions about the Flu–and Flu Shots


- John R. Platt - Texas Wildfires Devastate Last Habitat for Endangered Houston Toad


- Bora Zivkovic - Introducing #SciAmBlogs bloggers: Jennifer Frazer


- Eric Michael Johnson - The Prince of Evolution: Lee Alan Dugatkin on Peter Kropotkin, Anarchism, and Cooperation in Nature


- John Matson - Kabul Embassy Was Beefed Up after 1998 Bombings in Kenya and Tanzania


- Caleb A. Scharf - The Habitable Planets


- Maria Konnikova - Lessons from Sherlock Holmes: The Power of Public Opinion


- Jennifer Frazer - Meet Your Blogger, and See Her Mug in the New York Times!


- Rachel Sheer - Reception on Capitol Hill Will Celebrate Scientific American’s Cities Issue


- Jason G. Goldman - Editor’s Selections: Sleep, and the Lack Thereof


- Gary Stix - Health Care Needs (More) Reform: Cancer Drugs Show How Markets Remain Out of Whack




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