Bat Language

Growing back arms, chattering bats, dark matter, and more Science & Health in FTN Daily #74, Wed, Dec 28, 2016

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Shocking growth

Using electric currents, a new technique promises to help grow back severed limbs. Rachel Feltman for Popular Science.



Feynmann’s Razor

If a concept can only be described with overly complicated language, it’s probably not scientific. Simon Oxenham for Big Think.


On Orientationalism

Religious groups use a new handbook to undermine scientific understanding of sexual identity. Michael Shermer for Scientific American



According to science, you shouldn’t talk so much science

Just throwing figures and findings at others can entrench their views even more. Dan Kopf for Quartz


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