The Physics Philes, lesson 84: My Damp Collection
Mindy examines how oscillations slow to a stop.
What it Means to be a Woman in Nerd Culture: The Fake Geek Girl
Alice discusses one aspect of what it’s like to be a lady nerd.
What Can You Tell from a Color-Coded Chromosome?
Color-coded cells are beautiful, but they also help expose complicated biology.
Emmy Noether Solves the Universe
Dale tells the story of physics and math pioneer Emmy Noether.
What Color is Your Sheep?
Beth makes up for her lack of childhood creativity.
Hero of the month / Quack of the month (en español)
The quack of the month award goes to Reticare, a company that sells “ocular protectors” for your electronic devises. The hero of the month is Rubén Pascual, a blogger who has been exposing the problems with Reticare’s claims.
Some of Us ARE Joiners
Who says atheists don’t want a community?
Education as Collateral Damage in the War Against Experts
As education becomes more like a business and knowledge has been democratized, the value of expertise has decreased.
Second Attach on Evolution Education in Missouri
Tori points out the fatal flaws in Missouri’s science-denying bills.
Pop Quiz: Brrrr…It’s Too Cold outside! Keep Those Students at Home!?
Is cold weather enough to shut down school?
Fundraising: Atheists of Maine
Help the Atheists of Maine raise money for a camp for children with life-threatening illnesses.
Women’s History Month
Secular Women is looking for writers for Women’s History Month.
Unnecessary Medicine – Trying Not to Demand Magic
Deek has sympathy for parents who insist on giving their kids medicine when they get sick. But it still might not be the best idea.
Abuse isn’t Always on the Outside
Tori tells her story of being in an abusive relationship…and how she got out.
Stay at Home Dads Need Mums to Step Back
It’s hard to give up on the ideal of The Perfect Mommy, but for dads to thrive it might be necessary.
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