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Astro Guyz
I’m originally from Mapleton, Maine, and retired from the U.S Air Force as an Aircraft Armament Systems Specialist. I have been fasinated by astronomy and science since watching the last Apollo Moonshots in the early 70′s and Star Trek re-runs as a kid. I’ve owned about half a dozen telescopes, done public out reach, built my own observatory, and operated the 16-scope and the University of Arizonas’ Flandreau Observatory. I’ve also contributed variable and meteor observing data. I started this blog in response to the huge interest I see in the general public, as well as some of the mis-conceptions I’ve heard.
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Astrogator's Logs
New Words, New Worlds
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Astronasty
Breaking science news and multimedia, heavy on astronomy and physics (and heavy on citing) New vids, pics, articles, and the occasional research post
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Astronomically Incorrect
My Astronomy & Physics undergrad journey, resources, and anything science.
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AstronomicaMens
Le idee degli scienziati sull'Universo
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Astronomy and Law
Turning your ideas into money
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Astronomy Cast
No summary available for this site.
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astropixie
things and stuff astronomy and life
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At the Bench
Following the highs and lows of a new PhD student making her way in the world of organic chemistry...
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At the Interface
Where art and science meet
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Athene Donald's Blog
No summary available for this site.
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AtmosNews: Perspective
Putting current weather and climate events in context and sharing perspectives from across the weather, climate, and Earth system science community.
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Atomic-o-licious
I write science stories laced with humor and humorous stories sprinkled with science.
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Atoms and Numbers
Atoms and Numbers examines chemistry in the news and in our lives, with emphasis on its role in our health, its coverage in the media, and misconceptions that lead to chemophobia. Marc draws from his research interests in analytical chemistry and statistics to explore the place of chemical analysis, and occasionally to delve into numbers in today's world.
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Attack Polymerase
No summary available for this site.
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Au Science
Science Blog from the students that produce Au Science Magazine at the University of Aberdeen
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AUG Codon: New Beginnings
Food for the Scientific Mind
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Australian Aboriginal Astronomy Project
The Aboriginal Astronomy Project is a collaboration between researchers across Australia who are studying the astronomical knowledge and traditions of Indigenous Australians, centered in the Department of Indigenous Studies at Macquarie University in Sydney, Australia.
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Australian Science
Independent Initiative for Advancement of Science and Research in Australia, knowledge community, and science blogging network.
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Author Garth Sundem
Keeping current with journal articles exploring intelligence, broadly defined including problem solving, expertise, wisdom, intuition and more. All articles written from primary sources of peer-reviewed journals.
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Autism, Asperger's & Beyond
No summary available for this site.
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Avian Flu Diary
Covering Pandemic and Seasonal Influenza, H5N1 `Bird Flu, Emerging Infectious Diseases, public health, community & Individual preparedness, and anything else that piques my admittedly eclectic interests
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Azimuth
John Baez, physicist, writes on ecology and mathematical physics.
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B Good Science Blog
A blog in which I write the whole bizarre spectrum of science, which to date has covered topics ranging from the science of sex in space to giant bubbles!
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Babel's Dawn
A blog about the origins of speech: from primate vocalizations to story telling
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Back to the Future | MyRSC Blogs
Following the thoughts of an ex-industrial chemist, returning to academia as mature student studying nanotechnology. And trying to answer the age old question - are centre partings still cool?
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Backstory
The inspiration behind the science
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BacterioFiles
The podcast for microbe lovers: reporting on exciting news about bacteria, archaea, and sometimes even eukaryotic microbes and viruses.
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Bad Astronomy
No summary available for this site.
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Bad Psychology
This blog takes a look at a number of psychology myths while debunking a few.
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