Two new posts on the SciAm Guest Blog – stonefaced justices, and frozen stoneflies

There are two new posts on the Scientific American Guest Blog today.

First one in the morning is the post by Seth Mnookin, responding to yesterday’s Supreme Court decision in the Bruesewitz v. Wyeth case, and especially the Sotomayor dissenting opinion, in The impossibility of responsible nuance in the vaccine discussion

Then at noon, Holly Menninger explained how cold-tolerant insects survive winters, in Winter stoneflies sure are supercool.

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