Ask A ScienceBlogger

This is the debut of a new weekly feature on ScienceBlogs. It's called Ask A ScienceBlogger, and it is Sb's own mini blog carnival -- a chance for the bloggers to weigh in, briefly, about a question of general interest.

This week's question is:

If you could cause one invention from the last hundred years never to have been made at all, which would it be, and why?

Check back to Stochastic on Wednesday for a full, annotated run-down of the bloggers' answers. In the meantime, check a few early responses here, here, and here. Oh, and here.

To suggest a question for the next Ask A ScienceBlogger, leave a comment, below. (And stay tuned for a dedicated email address, soon.)

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