Guest Bloggers

Guest Post: A Critique of Guerrilla Skepticism on Wikipedia (GSoW)–Part 2

Editor’s Note: This piece from Rebecca (not our fearless leader, a different Rebecca) goes into the issues behind a program like Guerrilla Skepticism on Wikipedia and why skeptics don’t get …

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Ripples of sand
Feminism

When Doubt is a Poison

Stories of sexual harassment in the science and skeptic communities are nothing new around here, despite the efforts of far too many people to dismiss them. To understand the impact …

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EventsSkepticism

Meet Rebecca at the Australian Skeptics National Convention This Weekend!

It’s here! The 2012 Australian Skeptics National Convention, being hosted by the Victorian Skeptics at the Spot Theatre in Melbourne November 30–December 2. The theme this year is Active Skepticism—Changing …

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ScienceSkepticism

Scientists and Skeptics on Twitter

Twitter isn’t just for brainless pop star publicity machines and Shaq – there are a lot of interesting scientists and skeptics online. Here are some people worth following – I’ve tried …

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Events

Women at TAM: The Results Are In

One of our goals here at Skepchick HQ is to get more women interested and involved in skepticism and science, and as a part of that I like to keep …

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EventsReligion

Boston Skeptics in the Pub Pics!

Thanks to everyone who came out to the very first Boston Skeptics in the Pub! I estimate we netted 50 or 60 people, filling up the Asgard’s back room and …

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Events

Hey Alaskans! (I know there are a few of you)

Blue Collar Scientist has informed me that he is organizing a meet-up for Anchorage skeptics on March 20 at a Barnes & Noble. Details here! The huge recent increase in …

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Events

The Good Times are Killing Me

New York always leaves me happy, but I always leave New York sad. There’s a moral somewhere. Thank you to everyone who made it to my talk yesterday — I …

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