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Sundaylies with a Million Dollar Mad Art Cast, Hamster Alien, Cryptophile Hobbits and More!

Hello friends and well wishers and people who are just scrolling through the inter-tubes on this fine Sunday afternoon!

Today I bring you the Sundaylies, a round up of what’s been happening on this fabulous Skepchick network.

Where is Mindy you ask? She has traveled to remote locations to gather the most magical of all the mushrooms for the annual Skepchick stir fry. She was supposed to be back yesterday but all we received was a postcard via email that said just three words. “Goddam it’s beautiful.” We don’t know what exactly “it” is but we agree, and we look forward to her return.

Before I give you the GRANDE LIST of kick-ass posts, here is your Sunday Funnies with a comic by our friend, Jon Rosenberg, creator of the freakin’-awesome, Scenes From a Multiverse.

This here is one of his recent posts with the subtext, “America 2.0 meatsphere: now in low-earth orbit for a limited time

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Jon is one of the funniest, smartest comics I know. You can support him if you wish, as I do on Patreon.

Now on to our weekly favorites-of-the-week-link round up!

Mad Art Lab

A Million Dollar Mad Art Cast with Special Guest Dr Pamela Gay! Check out this podcast because it is like a breath of fresh air and a warming bucket-load of good news. Listen and learn about the 11.5 million dollar grant given to the Cosmo Quest project that is led by Dr Pamela Gay!

This is what Alien 5 will be.

A Bay of Botany: Alice Eastwood’s Nine Decades and Three Hundred Thousand Specimens. (Women in Science 61)

Teen Skepchick

Cat discusses the potential biological underpinnings of Hobbits.

School of Doubt

Universities should be employing surplus PhDs–as administrative staff. Dan proposes an unusual solution to the problem of ever-growing university administrations and the under-employment of PhDs

Featured image by Ethan. Find him here and on Mad Art Lab.

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Amy Davis Roth (aka Surly Amy) is a multimedia artist who resides in Los Angeles, California. She makes Surly-Ramics. She is the fearless leader of Mad Art Lab. Support her on Patreon. Follow her on twitter: @SurlyAmy or on Google+. Tip Jar is here.

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