Another day full of amazing bloggy goodness on the network today:
- S.E. Gould - Useful bacteria and the end of the world
- Sophie Bushwick - Ownership Ties Among Global Corporations Strangely Resemble a Bow Tie
- Melissa C. Lott - Energy Sustainability Conference Begins in Washington, DC
- Kalliopi Monoyios - What Does a Scientific Glass Blower Make?
- Bora Zivkovic - Introducing #SciAmBlogs bloggers: SciCurious
- Caleb A. Scharf - The X Factor: Solar storms and life as we know it
- Bora Zivkovic - Do you love or hate Cilantro?
- Jason G. Goldman - Editor's Selections: Bad Hair Days, Muppets and Music, Nicotine Withdrawal
- Charles Q. Choi - Too Hard For Science? Could Michael Jackson Have Created Twitter?
- Jennifer Frazer - A Peek at More Ice-Age Finds from Snowmastodon Village
- Krystal D'Costa - Are We Ashamed of Lunch?
- Felicity Muth - It's About Time: animals remember past events in their lives
- Felicity Muth - It’s About Time: Delving Into Animals’ Memories
- Larry Greenemeier - Bye-Bye Blue Pills: Nanotech Patch Could Deliver Viagra Via the Skin
- Janet D. Stemwedel - Every diet has a body-count: in the garden with the vegetarian killing snails.
- Joshua Rhodes and Brent Stephens - Tighten up your house, but not too much…
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