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US pollsters argue over public view on climate change A new survey suggests that climate science scandals don't Cheap New Era Hats bother people in the US much but hot words have been exchanged Oakley Sunglass Outlet about globalSnapback New Era Hats warming polls
Matt Ridley: Optimism without limits Things can only go on getting better, says the zoologist-turned-journalist in a new book. But it reads like ideology dressed in cherry-picked science
Bulldog bats 'honk' when they meet a stranger Ultrasound doesn't just help bats fly in the dark and locate their dinner, it also serves as a social broadcast
Life on Titan? Maybe - but only a lander will tell us Something seems to be munching organic molecules on Saturn's moon, but we need to do more work to find out if it is alive
Myriad genes reveal autism's diversity The identification of rare wholesale nfl jerseys genes linked to autism could lead to the treatments and diagnosis based on autism's underlying biology, says Celeste Biever
Don't waste lab animals Too many animal studies are badly designed and reported. It's high time biomedicine cleaned up its act, says Simon Festing
When showmanship gets in the way of selling science Showing children a series of bangs and coloured lights is a lot of fun, but education isn't just about showmanship, says Andrea Sella
Samuel Fallours and his fantasy fish Tropical Fishes of the East Indies by Theodore Pietsche looks at Fallours's lobsters that live on mountains and fish with top hats on their bellies
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