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The Huffington Post’s Resident Conspiracy-Theorist Creationist

I’ve always had mixed feelings about The Huffington Post. They make money with notorious clickbait and yet don’t pay their non-staff writers. Their UK political editor is someone who, despite being an …

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ICYMI: October 6 – October 12 on the Skepchick Network

Teen Skepchick Critical Fandom: Speaking Out Eddy discusses the benefits of being vocal. The Physics Philes, lesson 68: Cracking Under the Shear Pressure Mindy learns about two more types of …

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ICYMI: September 8 – September 14 on the Skepchick Network

Teen Skepchick The Physics Philes, lesson 64: Equilibrium in Two Easy Steps! Ever wonder why buildings don’t fall down? It has to do with equilibrium. Critical Fandom: Helpless and Slutty …

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ICYMI: May 12 – May 18 on the Skepchick Network

On your mark! Get set!  GO READ ALL THE SKEPCHICK NETWORK AWESOME! Teen Skepchick The Physics Philes, lesson 48: Physicists Make Weird Things for Science Mindy draws a weird picture …

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Science

Watch The Revisionaries Free Online Now

From now until February 27, you can watch an abbreviated version of The Revisionaries (92 minutes down to 60) on the PBS site for free! (Note that I’m not sure …

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Skepticism

The Signs are Right

Forget the Mayans.  I have definitive, incontrovertible proof that the zombie apocalypse (sorry robots, you were too late) is upon us.  Pat Robertson has all but admitted that Young Earth …

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Skepchick Quickies 9.17

On September 17th, 1683, Antonie van Leeuwenhoek (a.k.a. the Father of Microbiology) first described “animalcules,” which we now know as protozoa (although animalcules sounds cuter!). Gabriel Vahanian dies at 85; …

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Bomby the beetle
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Epic Creationist FAIL: Bombardier Beetle Book

Oh My. For years I’ve heard about the kid’s book “Bomby the Bombardier Beetle“, published by the Institute for Creation Research.  You might remember them as the  folks that suggested teachers of …

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