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Today we continue with our Cities theme, so again I will link to these posts first:

 

- Glendon Mellow - Tagging Science Art

 

- David Wogan - Wind catchers – an elegant cooling design

 

- Jennifer Ouellette - Crosstown Traffic

 

- Krystal D'Costa - When the Lights Go Down in the City and Smells From the Past: The Fulton Fish Market.

 

- Charles Q. Choi - Cities Might Influence Not Just Our Civilizations, But Our Evolution

 

- James Byrne - Emerging infectious diseases and cities

 

 

Then, several interesting posts that are not about the cities:

 

- Rebecca Jablonsky - The Gaze of Art and Science: To See Is Not to Know, and Vice Versa

 

- Greg Boustead - How the Brain Remembers 9/11

 

- Larry Greenemeier - Smartphones: Good For Being Social and Anti-Social

 

- Katherine Harmon (text) and Eric Olson (video) - Butterfly Uses “Supergene” to Mimic Other Toxic Species

 

- David Bressan - On the Extinction of Species

 

- Scott Barry Kaufman - A Call for New Measures of Asperger’s and Schizotypy

 

- John R. Platt - Rediscoveries, Recovery and Other Good News for Endangered Species

 

- Darren Naish - A day at London’s Grant Museum of Zoology

 

- Jennifer Frazer - Just What is the Brain-Eating “Amoeba” Naegleria fowleri?

 

- Christie Wilcox - This Week’s Scishimi: Spoiler Alert

 

 

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