Hello weekend warriors and friends near and far!
It’s the best moment of the week on this here Skepchick network. It’s when I take a GIANT leaf blower and blow alllllll of the best posts of the week into a giant pile and then we all run and jump into them. Weeeeeeeeeeeeee.
I love Sundays. SO laaaaaaazy and leafy.
Big shout-out to all the weird religions out there who forced the shutdown of schools and work so people could worship what they believe and not do jack-shit on Sundays. I believe that today I will worship a mimosa and maybe a vegan BBQ sandwich. Gotta rest up and recharge so we can be ready for the start of the work-week so we can slowly infiltrate the patriarchy and start a REVOLUTION. But for now, sit back, adjust your sunhat and read some of the best writing on these here intertubes this week!
First off, for the Sunday Funnies, here is a fantabulous comic I spotted by Unearthed Comics.
The artist is Sara Zimmerman and she even has a science comic book! What? I know, awesome right!
Now on to your regularly scheduled Sunday Skepchick Network Recap!
Mad Art Cast has a new episode out. It’s about that movie Whiplash and how much we hated most of it! Why? Let some artists and a jazz trained musician explain.
Busting myths about Radio Astronomy with my art AND Noisy Astronomer! That there featured image up above is the art I made to go with that story. Go forth and read!
Learn a thing or two about Grace Hopper and the Democratization of Computer Programing WITH a comic to go along with it!
Identity versus perception. Ser wants to know how your self-identity versus people’s perception of you plays out in your life!
Peter Nonacs argues in favour of UCLA’s new requirement that all students satisfy a ‘diversity’ requirement in their coursework.