Another day with lots of amazing stuff:
Developing a scientific worldview: why it’s hard and what we can do
Building a Better Explainer: Help Us Out
What do you mean by “jargon,” anyway?
Has science blogging affected your career?
How to Place a Story? Survey finds top environmental newsmakers still target traditional media
Key to Culture Change: Unlock the Middle
Visualizing Enlightenment-Era Social Networks – Why Mark Zuckerberg has nothing on Voltaire.
Twins in Apparent Suicide Pact; Which One Survived? – DNA identical, parents must ID which one died.
Should Objectivity Still Be The Standard In News?
Sharks gone walkabout – how Australian great whites ended up in the Mediterranean
CNN: Do tweets change your behavior?
“Your map’s wrong”: Zuckerberg lights out for the territories
Genetic Discrimination: The Best Reason for Universal Healthcare You’ve Never Heard Of
EnterSerbia – Collection of stories and photos about Serbia and Serbian culture
Is salmon farming bad for the oceans?
Do 80 percent of Scientific American subscribers deny global warming? Hardly
How do you hear the sea in a shell?
Coding Early Naturalists’ Accounts into Long-Term Fish Community Changes in the Adriatic Sea (1800–2000)
Rates of Scientific Fraud Retractions and An excellent example of either crappy science reporting or crappy science …
Rock Stars of Science Is BACK.
Improving Scientific Literacy… or Charlie Chaplin Movies as Science Fiction? Really?
New Podcast: The fetal origins of later obesity
Defending the liberal arts education
Be as longwinded as you like, just don’t expect funding
The Real Difference Between ‘Republican’ TV and ‘Democratic’ Shows? How They Portray Identity
Scientists posing with Rock stars….. nice on paper, but in pictures
Conservatives, Revelation And The Scientific Process: The Way Of Science: Revelation With Errata Sheets
Report from the South Pole: Week 1
Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Reviewing Life Lessons
Cyber Wolves in (Fire)Sheep Clothing
Migrating Monarch Butterflies Hunker Down in Monterey
The Money Gap in the Climate Fight
How do you really know what time it is?
Cyanobacterial neurotoxin evolved billions of years ago
Buzz Kill: FDA Cracks Down on Caffeinated Alcoholic Beverages
A walk of fame for George the robot
Crowdsourced Fact-Checking? What We Learned from Truthsquad
Making your study public before you start can be fun
An Analysis of Preliminary and Post-Discussion Priority Scores for Grant Applications Peer Reviewed by the Center for Scientific Review at the NIH
An argument for boosting federal funding for energy research
Bill Nye and the “Bystander Effect” – Don’t blame Twitter, it’s psychology
The Ghostwriter Behind Student Papers
TSA Defends New Screening Procedures
Dogs Don’t Understand Basic Concepts Like Moving
Stop teaching calculating, start teaching math: Conrad Wolfram TED talk
Don’t leave it to the experts: Why scientists have a few people to thank!
In which @jennyrohn and @MargaretAtwood correspond on Twitter for an overall WIN!
Grand Rounds Visits Doctor Who
“What were you thinking? Do not manipulate those data”
Top 48 ads that would never be allowed today
Alison Bass, your Mayberg facts are wrong, wrong, wrong
The Brain Is Ready for Its Close-Up
What Can Dolphins Tell Us About The Evolution of Friendship?
Sexual selection: Do females follow fads?
A stunning year in climate science reveals that human civilization is on the precipice
The Favorite Flower of Linnaeus
Are big brains better for long trips in bats?
Magazine That Plagarized Blogger’s Article to Fold
Cheer for rapist or else, appellate court rules
Bjorn Lomborg’s mostly unoriginal, kind-of-dishonest new movie is worth thinking about anyway
Introducing a network for online local news publishers
Older but Not Wiser? The Psychology Behind Seniors’ Susceptibility to Scams
The Physics Of Sex eBook now available
Blind mice can see where they run
PLoS Currents: new section on phylogenetic analyses
Journalism school lecturer resigns after ‘inappropriate relationship’ with student
Link Dump for the Rock Stars of Science campaign
Croatian Science and University Legislation Ignites ‘Stormy’ Debate
Facebook data center heads to N.C.
Nobel prize committee under fire for this year’s graphene award
Rock Stars of Science, part deux: coming to a GQ near you and Rock Stars of Science
The Flush Tracker Does Exactly What You’d Expect
Why I Eat Lion and Other Exotic Meats
The Hidden Costs of Extra Airport Security
Up in the Air — Suspending Ethical Medical Practice
Endless Forms Most Viral and http://blogs.discovermagazine.com/notrocketscience/2010/11/18/i-am-virus-%E2%80%93-animal-genomes-contain-more-fossil-viruses-than-ever-expected/ and Your inner viruses: the trickle becomes the flood
How to Become a Typography Ninja in Five Easy Steps
The physics of zero calorie ice cream
When it comes to immunity, plants and animals are much alike
Surprising study finds humongous drinks have more alcohol!
Putting their lives on the line: Meningitis in first responders
Should the Human Microbiome Be Considered When Developing Vaccines?
This Week’s Cool Biology Job: Sea Otter Population Ecologist
Yikes on The Shadow Scholar, teaching etc.
200 students admit cheating after professor’s online rant and Professor Richard Quinn responds to exam cheats
Joining the dots: Epigenetics, Plasticity and the Circadian Clock