Merry Monday! This week my fellow Skepchick’s made it really hard to choose which posts to highlight, so I would recommend you shirk all other responsibilities and go to every site and read every last post! You won’t be sorry. But in the meantime, here’s a good representative sample. Enjoy!
MadArtBot: Birth of a 3-D Printer-Part 4
Maggie brings you the latest installment of the Saga of Maddy, the Mad Art Lab 3-D printer.
Amuse-Bouche: Prohibition and Repeal Day + Champagne Cocktail
Anne S celebrates the end of prohibition by making a champagne cocktail.
Calendar Curiosities: Joyeux Anniversaire Georges Méliès
Maggie marks the birthday of the father of film special effects.
Modern Mythology: Scaly Dinosaurs
Ali Marie sets the record straight on what dinosaurs looked like.
The Penises! They’re Everywhere!
In which Mindy explores the prevalence of airport penises.
Teen Skepchick Interviews: Diana Williams
Part 1 of Melanie’s interview with Diana Williams, who researches neuroendocrine control of food intake, body weight, and metabolism.
My Great Australian Skeptic Adventure (en español)
Carolina recently came back from spending a few months working in Australia. She tells us about the differences in woo and the warm welcome she received from Aussie skeptics.
(E)SkeptiCamp will soon start with an E (en español)
On January 28th Madrid will host the first non-English language SkeptiCamp. Lead organizer Luiyo writes a guest post to tell us what exactly is a ESkeptiCamp.
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