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Dengue: Why You Need to Know About It

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Creation vs Evolution: Why science communication is doomed

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Rodents of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Quaternary Extinction

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All Dried Up? Modeling the Effects of Climate Change in California’s River Basins

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The Biggest Sci-Ed Stories of 2013

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James Hansen and Colleagues Offer Evidence for a Disruptive Call to Action

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An A to Z of Art and Science

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Winter is Coming, but Obamacare is Coming First

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The cultures endangered by climate change

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The climate at On Science Blogs

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