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Welcome to the twenty-third edition of Scientia Pro Publica, where some of the best science-blogging is featured with much fanfare.
It has been a pleasure reading all the submitted posts. It always is. I have increased both my factual knowledge about nature - and thus my horizon - in ways that I think would not be nearly as easy if it wasn't for the science bloggers. Thank you all.
This time there was a fair number of submissions (I've used a couple of statistical methods to estimate the number, which gave a value of 263.29 ± 41 SD), so I've separated them into eight different posts to make it easier to navigate them. Use the links above to find the other pages.
Scientia Pro Public 24 will be hosted by Andrew at 360 Degree Skeptic on April 5th. Go ahead and submit your posts for that edition already using the online form at Blog Carnival.
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How dumb is too dumb? We still don't know!
10 hours ago in The Phytophactor