Those of you who were reading scienceblogs.com two or three or four years ago may remember a feature we had here called “Ask a ScienceBlogger”, in which a question, chosen by the Overlords out of thousands of your suggestions, is posed to all of us here on the network and several of us who wanted to participate in answering that particular question would post our answers almost simultaneously, on the same day, each post sporting the same icon and each post being mildly edited by our Overlords (usually just checking spelling and such).
You can see the archives of these posts here. They were loads of fun for us and for the readers, with each one of us bringing a very different angle and perspective and expertise to each question.
Now we are starting this feature again. The Overlords explain the process so you can start sending in your questions for them to choose from:
Whatever you’ve wondered, now is your chance to ask. ScienceBlogs is reinstating our former Ask a ScienceBlogger series, in which (you guessed it), you get to ask ScienceBloggers questions, and they answer them!
Once we have a database of questions, we’ll choose one at a time to pose to our ScienceBloggers, and round up the answers for you here. They can be about anything you want, but of course the more interesting we find them, the more likely we are to choose them.
Go ahead and post your question as a comment here, or email it to firstname.lastname@example.org. And look for the first question soon!