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Because you don't have enough blogs to read, here's another one to try: the New York Times science crew has come up with TierneyLab, in which a would-be scientist ("John Tierney always wanted to be a scientist but went into journalism because its peer-review process was a great deal easier to sneak through") chews over the discoveries of the day.

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