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We’ve been out-of-town for a few days but the election day “Ask A ScienceBlogger” requested that we note a local election of special import. One cannot live in the North Carolina Research Triangle area without being aware of the polarizing re-election campaign for Durham district attorney, Mike Nifong. Nifong, whose claim to fame has been…

This week’s ‘Ask A ScienceBlogger’ focuses on reports such as those in National Geographic and DailyKos that global warming is having, and will progressively have great influence, on wine grape-growing. The idea is that grapes grown for premium wine production are much more sensitive to climate than table grapes or many other agricultural products, making…

Well, you know my answer when you see that I am more than a week late with this post on the 15 June question.

So, as a Sb newbie, I’m just figuring out the scheduling around here and saw that tomorrow’s new ‘Ask A ScienceBlogger’ question has already been posted. Hence, I figured I should probably answer last week’s question: Assuming that time and money were not obstacles, what area of scientific research, outside of your own discipline, would…