Skepchick Sundaylies: Baby Love, Your Inner Fish, Creationism, and the Frozen Agenda
The Physics Philes, lesson 96: Surf the Wave Function
Ever wonder what a wave function is? Mindy finds out.
What If I Don’t Know?
Olivia acknowledges that, for some people, their sexual orientation is not obvious to them.
A Mandatory Love for Babies
Elizabeth doesn’t get those fuzzy feelings around babies she’s been told she’s supposed to have.
Neil Shubin’s Your Inner Fish
Katie reviews the PBS documentary.
Headshots From the Heart – Second Sequal
Help support this nerdy charity event!
Kindergarten Cancels Art show in Favor of More Valuable Skills
Creativity is apparently not a valuable skill.
Let It Go, Already – The Frozen Agenda
Jude tackles the claim that Disney is promoting the Gay Agenda.
Coming Out Stories: To Be Determined
Ser shares some thoughts on what it means to take up–or not–an identity label.
Follow-Up to Transgender Semantics
Will tries to clarify and re-situate the discussion about the meaning of “transgender.”
Part 2: Creationism is Science (and So History)
Peter discusses the problem of reconciling creationism with the principle of falsification.
Pop Quiz: Givens
Apostrophobia wonders how we can best draw the line between useful and harmful generalizations.
Pop Quiz: Constructing Criticism
Jennifer looks for ways to keep feedback positive, even if that sometimes means complimenting a student’s choice of font.
Internet Meme Demolition Derby Pit Stop: About that George Carlin Meme
The Heartland Institute is using a cherry-picked George Carlin quote to support their ideology, and Lou takes a minute to point out how that is false.
Do My Knees Look Fat? Or, Body Issues And Your Child
Delagar talks about how she dealt with her daughter’s body issues.
Weekend Reads: Mental Health Month, Neanderthal Parents, and Vaccines Cause Optimism?
Bethany always does a fantastic job with the weekend reads. If you have some down time, check out her links.
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