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It’s the Skepchick Sundaylies! Nasty Women, Science of the Sideshow, 5 Year Old vs. Ouija Board, and more!

Sunday Funny: Patriotism vs. Nationalism: An Important Distinction (via SMBC) Mad Art Lab Such a Nasty Woman Beth and Amy made art after Trump made his “nasty woman” comment. Gone, …

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Skepchick Sundaylies! Ice Packs of Doubt, T-Rex of Paradise, the Original Popular Astronomer, and more!

Sunday Funny: Gotta catch’em all. (via PHD Comics) Teen Skepchick Ice Packs of Doubt and Uncertainty Elizabeth tries to figure out if she should ice her knee injury. Mad Art …

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It’s the Skepchick Sundaylies! MAL at Dragon Con, the Bad Science of Trepanation, Race in the Classroom, and more!

Sunday Funny: Linear Regression (via xkcd) Mad Art Lab Wither: The Many Triumphs and Long Fall of Nuclear Physicist Harriet Brooks. (Women in Science 71) Dale tells of a career …

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Skepticism

Michael Shermer Supports Trump, Because Skepticism is a Joke

Michael Shermer, famed skeptic and alleged creep, is apparently supporting Donald Trump during this year’s Presidential Election. When recently interviewed on KRCW, an NPR affiliate, he had this to say: …

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Skepchick Sundaylies, with Marriage Equality, Cool Bones, and Pharmacy Transparency

Sunday Funny: Is there a difference now? (via Cyanide and Happieness) Teen Skepchick The Best Museum You Never Knew Existed is in Oklahoma City Mindy can’t believe how many bones …

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Guest Post: Skeptics Have a PR Problem

Editor’s Note: Today’s guest post, from Jenny Splitter, is a good reminder to step out of your comfortable echo chamber and engage with people instead of lecturing at them.  **** …

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Skepchick Sundaylies! PUAs, Student Comprehension, ENIAC Bartik, and a Mother’s Intuition

Sunday Funny: Location Sharing (via xkcd) Teen Skepchick DBT Skills: Radical Acceptance Olivia walks us through the last DBT skill. The Not So Beautiful Game, Step 8: In Which our …

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Skepticism

Yes Virginia, There is Evidence of Bias

Skepticland is a place where Science and Studies are all important. Anecdotal evidence? Bah! Not important. Especially when it comes to questions of human behavior, people want proof. This is …

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