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Scientists studying how communication and cooperation evolves are turning towards dogs to shed light on long-standing mysteries.
Jargon is useful, but not when you're tying to explain the fundamentals of your work.
Can we improve the throughput of a wi-fi signal with neutrinos instead of radio signals? A team of researchers thinks so.
Phil Plait urges skepticism in moderation and without harsh criticism. By using rather hard criticism of skeptics on the front lines.
Frank Swain's criticism of skeptical bloggers has some good notes, but largely misses the broader point of what skeptical blogging is all about.
People are reading more articles with which they agree, and are twisting satire and humor to fit their existing worldview, even when they're told they're being mocked.