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Johnson and Horgan are back on this week’s Science Saturday diavlog on Bloggingheads.tv: From BHTV: In this week’s episode of Science Saturday, John Horgan and George Johnson explain how the latest Jarmusch film, “The Limits of Control,” conveys a message of significance for struggling science journalists everywhere. They also discuss how neural implants might improve…

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In this week’s episode of Science Saturday, John Horgan and George Johnson discuss a recent debate about the identity of humanity’s closest living relatives, an anthropological case study in the link between technology and violence, and the dizzying complexity of the mathematics of the financial crisis. And just in case you’d forgotten that John and…

Maybe not nearly as long as many anthropologists believe. That’s the thesis of Gregory Cochran’s controversial book, The 10,000 Year Explosion, which Gregory discusses with ScienceBlogger Razib Khan of Gene Expression in this week’s Science Saturday. They also talk about how the evolution of lactose tolerance might explain why Indo-European languages are widespread, whether the…

This week, our regularly scheduled “Science Saturday” feature has become “Science Monday” due to some technical difficulties during our most recent upgrade. But the video is now up and features some of our very own bloggers, Janet (AKA Dr. Freeride) from Adventures in Ethics and Science, and Peter Lipson (AKA Dr. Pal) who contributes to…

This week’s Bloggingheads.tv episode features philosopher Joshua Knobe and psychologist Elizabeth Spelke discussing the cognitive abilities of infants. Here are some more clips of the “diavlog” in addition to the one you can view on the ScienceBlogs home page.

The advent of the science blogger is changing the way people talk about science. But along with new modes of communication and new rhetoric come new questions and opinions about how this evolution is affecting the scientific process. ScienceBlogger Coturnix from A Blog Around the Clock posted his views about why both scientists and science…

Today on ScienceBlogs.com, you will notice a new feature on the site. Instead of The Buzz, we have an embedded video from Bloggingheads.tv. This feature will appear every Saturday and can be viewed subsequently here on Page 3.14, the editorial blog of ScienceBlogs.com. This week, John Horgan from the Stevens Center for Science Writings and…