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Skepchick Sundaylies! with Art Crimes, CDC Alcohol Recommendations, and Uber Branding

Sunday Funny: Do gods exist? (via Cyanide & Happiness) Teen Skepchick In Which I am to Organize my Life Around the Possibility of Pregnancy Elizabeth wishes we could stop putting …

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It’s the Sundaylies! with A Cure for Blue Babies, How Names Lead to Bias, and Lactivist vs. Feminist

Sunday Funny: Bacteria Sex (via SMBC) Mad Art Lab Blue Babies with Crossword Puzzle Hearts: The Pediatric Cardiology of Helen Taussig (Women in Science 56) Dale tells the story of …

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Skepchick Sundaylies, with Biodynamic Wine, Student Evaluations, and Eating Your Placenta

Sunday Funny: The Future will still have cheat days. (via Poorly Drawn Lines) Teen Skepchick Sex Ed with James Dobson: Feelings, Nothing More Than Feelings. With Bonus Rigid Gender Roles. …

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It’s the Sundaylies! A Women in Science Reading List, Mystery Memorabilia, and the Benefits of Documentation

Sunday Funny: The Spirit of Festivity is upon us. (via Poorly Drawn Lines) Mad Art Lab Jesus Would Be Profiled By Airport Security, Mad Art Cast Ep 38 The gang …

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It’s the Sundaylies, with Sea Water Pseudoscience, Camels, and How Much Skeptics Value Education

Sunday Funny: Lone Wolf (via Tree Lobsters) Esceptica Introduction to Pseudoscience: Sea Water (en español) New contributor Nuskis talks about the dangers of drinking sea water as a remedy for …

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It’s the Sundaylies, with Neuro-Accessibility, Cosplay Science, and Online Activism

Sunday Funny: UV Flowers (via SMBC) Teen Skepchick Christianity and the Worth of People It’s that time of year when Elizabeth is reminded that she’s worthless without God. Mad Art …

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Skepchick Sundaylies! with Egyptian Pyramids, Cuttlefish, Teaching as a “Calling,” and Immunotherapy

Sunday Funny: The Coxcomb (via Hark, a vagrant) Teen Skepchick Science Sunday: Why We can Feel Confident that the Egyptian Pyramids were not Granaries Elizabeth explains why the Egyptian pyramids …

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Skepchick Sundaylies, with Twitter Choose Your Own Adventure, American Discipline, and Three-Headed Dogs

Sunday Funny: Human Subjects (via xkcd) Teen Skepchick Cryptophile: Cerberus Eddy explores the possibility of a real life Cerberus. Mad Art Lab Mad Art Cast — Brainwaves! Ashley takes one …

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