What an incredible day of blogging already today! You don't want to miss any of those posts, including the ones from the weekend.
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From the blogs:
- Kevin Zelnio - Word of the Month: Myrmecomorphy and Welcome to the Circus of the Spineless, Edition #64!
- Jason G. Goldman - Happy Shark Week! and Memory: I Don't Think It Means What You Think It Means. An Interview with Dan Simons.
- Khadijah Britton - Biosimilars are back... Or are they?
- Glendon Mellow - Scumble #21 - Paleo Controversy Edition
- Caleb A. Scharf - Old Briny: Mars, water, and the search for life
- Bora Zivkovic - Open Laboratory 2011 - submissions so far
- Melanie Tannenbaum - "Anything But Country": What Factor Analysis Reveals About Our Tastes for Tunes
- Michelle Clement - Better living through pee-sniffing, or What can urine tell us? Volume 2.
- Cassie Rodenberg - Did Ecstasy cause a teen to kill his parents or am I at a '90s rave?
- Scicurious - Hippocampal Neurogenesis, Depression, and Stress
- Anna Kuchment - A moth is born
- Charles Q. Choi - A Modest Proposal: Smartphone Balls
- John Horgan - What a Rabid Skunk Taught Me about God's (Non)existence
- Janet D. Stemwedel - Environmental impacts of what we eat: the difficulty of apples-to-apples comparisons.
- Christie Wilcox - This Week’s Scishimi: I like symmetrical butts and I cannot lie.
- Lucas Brouwers - On the leaves of sea lettuce, the luckiest survive
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