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Science Writers Have Fun Today

It’s April Fool’s Day, and science writers across the web are having fun with us.Bad Astronomy: Spirit sees phenomenal Martian vistaGreg Laden’s Blog: New rodent species discoveredEvolving Thoughts: New work on lateral transfer shows that Darwin was wrong (John Wilkins is in Sydney, if you’re wonde...

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It’s April Fool’s Day, and science writers across the web are having fun with us.



Bad Astronomy: Spirit sees phenomenal Martian vista



Greg Laden’s Blog: New rodent species discovered



Evolving Thoughts: New work on lateral transfer shows that Darwin was wrong (John Wilkins is in Sydney, if you’re wondering why this appeared yesterday)



Eruptions: Eruption at Yellowstone Lake



Tetrapod Zoology: Recently discovered late-surviving carnivorous reptiles probably explain the origin of the dragon myth



Adventures in Ethics and Science: Outing pseudonymous bloggers



Wired created an entirely new blog for today: jockdad. Our favorite? 5 Reasons Huntin’ Stuff Is Better than Learnin’ About Stuff



The London-based Guardian newspaper: Twitter switch for Guardian, after 188 years of ink



And the BBC is out with video of a new discovery—the mythical shark-whale (see video above). Last year they brought us flying penguins (and also told us how they did it).
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