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Moratorium on virus research, epigenetics and fear, open access to journals

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California quaking, swearing off showers for science, overselling the microbiome, MERS update, tropical diseases, cats vs. dogs

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Female vs. male research, vaginas, elderly sperm, Nate Silver’s 538, MERS, racial genetics

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Here’s how to convince people climate change is now

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Keeping zombie ideas about personality and health awalkin’: A teaching example

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The systematics post about fecal transplants and climate change

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Replication. Not.

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Scientific Ideas for the Garbage Dump

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We need to check our work: Rethinking replication and publishing

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Star Wars: Identities, or “Learn psychology, you will. Hrmmmm.”

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