The Physics Philes, lesson 79: That’s So Derivative
Mindy continues learning about simple harmonic motion, with a brief calculus review.
Skepticism as Survival
It doesn’t fix everything, but skepticism has been a powerful tool in Grimalkin’s fight against depression.
The Implications of Santa’s Race
By pitting White Santa vs Black Santa, we’re ignoring all the other races Santa could be.
How Not to Infuriate a Woman Musician
Stop reminding women musicians of their otherness.
Gruss Vom Krampus
Chloe shares her annual Krampus Christmas card.
Make Sedona a Reality!
Help back this skeptical documentary by Carrie Poppy, Brian Thompson, and Adam Isaak.
Quack of the Month / Hero of the Month (en español)
This month’s number one quack is the Spanish Ministry of Health, who plan to pass homeopathy as medicine. This month’s heroes are the people at Chile Skeptics Association, who, thanks to their complaints, got Boiron to remove some of their advertisements.
Pop Quiz: Gifts
How do you feel about gifts from students?
Fundraising: Women’s Leadership Project
Help raise money for a program that confronts sexism, racism, misogyny, and heterosexism faced by young women of color.
Sesame Street: So Good, Yet So Bad
Monsters on Sesame Street have a bit of a gender problem.
In Defense of Santa Claus and Unicorn Poop
Some skeptical parents refuse to perpetuate the Santa myth. Steph is not one of them.
Don’t Deny My Reality! I Have a Kid with Autism.
Katie explains what it’s like to have a child with autism.
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