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Yo Readers: Who Are You? And What Would You Name a Subatomic Particle?

DiscoblogBy Joseph CalamiaJul 6, 2010 6:23 PM


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We're copying DISCOVER's other bloggers and calling out to commenters. Here we give you, Discoblog readers, a chance to speak your minds. Ed Yong on Note Exactly Rocket Science, Carl Zimmer on The Loom, Razib Khan on Gene Expression, Daniel Holz at Cosmic Variance, and Chris Mooney and Sheril Kirshenbaum on The Intersection want to know who you are, what your background is and what you do... If you want to shout back with more about you and how you found our little piece of the interwebs, that's great. Or, feel free to answer to any of these questions: 1) What animal would you never want to be? 2) You can have one superpower, but is has to be based on an iPhone app. What would you choose and why? 3) Name one science acronym that you find questionable. 4) You discover a subatomic particle, new species, or near earth object. You have to name it after a science fiction character or living scientist. What did you find and what did you name it? Also feel free to just tell us how we're doing, topics you're most interested in, or favorite stories from Discoblog past.

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