Weekly Science Blog Roundup

By Andrew Moseman | June 27, 2008 11:46 am

Yee-haw! It’s the blog roundup.• Andrew Revkin reflects on his 1988 global warming cover story in DISCOVER.

• It’s too expensive to send humans up into space for repairs; let’s send robots.

• The “Pillars of Creation,” from the famous Hubble photo have already been destroyed. We just won’t see it on Earth for another millennium.

• Cut, glue, and make your own malware bots.

• Finally, for those who can’t endure a road trip without blogging, Chrysler is putting WiFi in their cars.

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