First, a question: is it possible for a WordPress blog to have both “Comment” and “Fact-check” buttons at the bottom of each post, commenting on each resulting in comments in different color, e.g., “comment” looking normal (e.g., white) and “fact-check” having a blue frame (or some other way to distinguish)?
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Does Global Warming Exist, and Other Questions We Want Answered
Confessions of a Millennial Housewife
U.S. Says Genes Should Not Be Eligible for Patents
On science blogs this week: Elect
Friday Social at ScienceWriters2010 for First-Timers, Students and ‘Sci-Buddies’
Neural and Synaptic Defects in slytherin, a Zebrafish Model for Human Congenital Disorders of Glycosylation
The Quest For The Giant Pumpkin
Animal Magnetism Redefined: The Epic Travels of Baby Sea Turtles
Helicopter Parents: Mentors or Mess-makers?
Cancer coverage and its sources
Carnal Carnival! Show me your big O.
The arguments for young people’s involvement in decisions about science funding
“Women with low libidos ‘have different brains’” and Brain Scans Prove That The Brain Does Stuff and Media HSDD: “Hyperactive Sexual Disorder Detection”
Writing tip – avoid promoting particular booksellers…
New Frog-Inspired Sensor May Revolutionize Medical Contaminant Testing
Filtrete: Revolutionary Real-Time Water Filtration from IDEO
When academics try to take on military history
Could video games train their players for war?
The Perils of Being a Gawker Media Tipster
Undercover Economist: Stimulating debate
Five Ways NaNo can Kickstart Your Creativity
From coaching call to virtual sandbox: How a shared whiteboard can transform your teaching
How To Overcome Stage Fright By Telling People To Piss Off
Seven Things a Marketing Genius Taught Me About Teaching
Make Bubbling, Spooky Halloween Cauldrons with Dry Ice
Chaplin time travel video solved?
Social Media and Microbiology Education
The Social Comparison Bias – or why we recommend new candidates who don’t compete with our own strengths
MythBusters and the ultimate neuromyth
Marc Hauser: Plot Thickens, Solidifies, Cracks?
The 1911 Coca-Cola brain poison trial
Hurricane Tomas threatens Haiti
Are names really the key to the big new biology?
Furious Growth and Cost Cuts Led To BP Accidents Past and Present
A new (and wrong) value for pi and A well sealed snail shell
Parasite of the Day – Philophthalmus gralli – fluke in the eye-lid!
A simple change determines male vs female organ development in flowers
More trouble for the killifish
Tuatara tuesday – an iconic parasite for an iconic species
An American’s Thoughts While Flying
Have you ever danced with the devil in the pale moonlight?
Geological Frightfest: El monstruo de los volcanes
How about a graphite ring for getting engaged?
Fluid Dynamics & the Wet-Dog Shake
Review of Good Faith Collaboration
Some Matter is Strange, but that’s okay
Make some Graphene at Home Today
Academics versus explorers and Academics vs. Explorers
Findings increasingly novel, scientists say… (FriendFeed discussion)
The Funniest Signs At The Rally To Restore Sanity And/Or Fear! (PHOTOS)
A space debris-tracking satellite
Can medicine revive the dying patient-as-subject?
Beware Of Brain Differences In The Sexes
Spitting on the Bat and Other Baseball Rituals
A picture of me taken by @nparmalee in NYC after the NYCSciTweetup a couple of weeks ago
Should Parents Pay Their Children to Volunteer?
The Rudest Question You Can Ask About Someone With Cancer
“The Assassination of Dr. Tiller” – MSNBC Documentary Narrated by Rachel Maddow
Stem Cells, Breast Reconstruction and a Magazine Cover
Roadtrip observations of workers safety (sort of) during highway construction
Electronics production in Batam, Indonesia: “OSH is the most important. If we are sick we cannot earn our salaries.”
How does an anthropological perspective contribute to our understanding of birth control? Part I
Leigh Van Valen, Evolution Revolutionary, Dies at 76
Cholera – Love in the time of rice-water stool and high infant mortality
Gobi Desert Diaries: All creatures great and small, part 4.
Crows, electricity, and resiliency
Pre-Election Maneuvering Marked by Fits of Climate Skepticism
Why OpenNotes and access to the medical chart is important
When maps lie (Africa gets short-changed again)
Castlen Kennedy – woman in the oil patch
Hooyah! The military’s going lean, clean, and green
New EPA Regulations – is coal on its way out?
Energy Storage – a la Fulvalene Diruthenium (say what??)
Vampires – they’re not just out at night
BP and Halliburton knew about flaws in cement
Dick Hill: Stinky Clams and Coral Bleaching
Uncinate processes link birds and dinosaurs
Richard Dawkins and Neil deGrasse Tyson talk for A WHOLE HOUR.