Friday Science Bites, 7/29/16

Another Friday . . .  another installment of Friday Science Bites . . .

  1.  Scientists believe it’s sound that causes the soaring temperatures on Jupiter’s great red spot
  2. Fascinating article on the applications of venom from poisonous creatures to heal maladies ranging from tumors to diabetes
  3. Ancient DNA sequencing has come a long way — and is now being used to support the notion that farming arose independently in different locations in the ancient world
  4. The next time someone bemoans our exponentially increasing human population and all we consume, tell them to calm down, because everyone’s talking about this plentiful and powerful protein source!
  5. Anecdotal evidence on the magic of yoga abounds; here’s a not-so-new but important look at the why.

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