Natalie Angier

Natalie Angier is a science writer for the New York Times and the author of Woman: An Intimate Geography.

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Jan. 30 2003 4:46 PMCaffeine and Cockroaches
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Jan. 28 2003 6:22 PMWhen a Tree Falls in the Forest …
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Jan. 24 2003 2:29 PMOf Pumas and a Peck of Poached Peccaries
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Jan. 22 2003 1:27 PMGiving Bush the Birds, and the Bees, and the Howlers in the Trees
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April 18 2002 11:03 AMThe Real Pornography
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April 17 2002 11:34 AMHermaphroditic Frogs and Human Intelligence
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April 16 2002 11:57 AMIs Childhood a "Condition"?
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April 15 2002 11:23 AMKilling and Being Killed
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Jan. 29 2003 5:21 PMI've Looked at Clouds From Both Sides Now
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Jan. 27 2003 7:16 PMMaking Tracks or Losing Ground?
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Jan. 23 2003 1:50 PMGreen Eggs and Spam
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April 19 2002 6:51 AMNext Year ...
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April 17 2002 3:19 PMVirtual Kiddie Porn and Real-Life Nastiness
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April 16 2002 5:30 PMMixed Motives for Experimental Trials on Kids
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April 15 2002 6:26 PM"If executions aren't a deterrent, and if they don't lead to closure, what good are they?"
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Jan. 17 2000 7:51 PMDissecting the Day's News
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Political Gabfest
Oct. 31 2014 1:29 PM You, The Gabfest, and a Hotel Room Win tickets to attend a taping of the Political Gabfest, live from David’s Chicago hotel room.