ScienceSkepticism

#AskAChemist: Is a NFL QB’s fancy water just BS?

In this episode of Ask A Chemist… Oh FFS. @DrRubidium, help this man! https://t.co/s9nBIoSW76 — Michele Banks (@artologica) August 26, 2015 “Help him with what?,” you might be asking… I …

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Feminism

Summer Jam: ‘Fat Girls’ by Briki fa President ft. Ninene

  ‘Fat Girls’ by Briki fa President ft. Ninene has a sick beat, an inclusive message (“100 lbs, 200 lbs, 300 lbs, 400lbs… if you a fat girl, then hold it down…”), body positivity… Will …

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#AskAChemist: Are wine baths a waste of money?

This week’s episode is brought to you by NBA baller Amar’e Stourdemire, Chemical & Engineering News, and Franzia. Enjoy!   ________ Featured image from Franzia

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Pluto
Random Asides

BREAKING: Starbucks to build on Pluto, universe rejoices

@DrRubidium Maybe 20. ;) — Starbucks Coffee (@Starbucks) July 14, 2015 Plutoppuccinos FOR EVERYBODY!!! #PlutoFlyBy FTW!!! ___________ Featured image is our beautiful Pluto, credited to NASA/Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory/Southwest …

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#AskAChemist: Putting the fix in on Trix

In this episode of Ask A Chemist, it’s cereal business. A friend of mine texted me the following: WHAT THE HELL ARE THEY DOING TO MY TRIX?!?!?! After a short exchange …

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The Highlander Rule of PoCs

There’s been a long acknowledged rule when it comes to people of color (PoCs) being involved in things. “Things”? What kind of “things”? How about the boards of tech companies? Darold …

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Events

Chemist on TV show NOT about meth

OUTRAGEOUS!!! Literally. The TV show is called Outrageous Acts of Science and I am the chemist!   #OutrageousActs is a Science Channel show, described as below: Science Channel’s fast-paced countdown series OUTRAGEOUS …

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Superscience of The @Avengers

Can’t get enough superhero science? Check out physics professor Dr. James Kakalios’ superheros website and his book ‘The Physics of Superheros‘. Dr. Kakalios consulted on the above video and has written about …

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