We are now on our normal schedule (Image on Monday, Video on Wednesday) so here is the official network-wide Video of the Week #2, August 3, 2011.

From the blogs:


- Mark Stewart - The Necessity of Humanism


- Caleb A. Scharf - Favorite nuclear flavors


- David Wogan - More on food sourcing and food sustainability


- Jason G. Goldman - Humans Aren’t The Only Ones Who Need To Avoid The Heat: How Birds Avoid Scrambled Eggs


- Krystal D'Costa - Unmasking the Truth in Caricature


- Katherine Harmon - Chew on This: More Mastication Cuts Calorie Intake by 12 Percent


- S.E. Gould - New MolBio Carnival up!


- Cheryl G. Murphy - Will Carrots Help You See Better? No, but Chocolate Might


- Ingrid Wickelgren - Porn on the Mind


- Bora Zivkovic - What is: Science Online New York City


- DNLee - National Association of Black Journalists host national convention, but where are the Black Science Journalists?


- Charles Q. Choi - Missing Links: Review of “Rise of the Planet of the Apes”


- Joseph Milton - Art forms in nature


- Larry Greenemeier - No Hactivism Here: McAfee Reveals Cyber Espionage That Went Undetected for Years




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