Oh dear lord, it’s a new issue of Skepchick!

That’s right, the long-awaited issue of Skepchick is now out and proud. Returning writers Bridgitte Knudson and Matthew Armstrong deliver a personal account of the effects of quack medicine and the relationship between religion and pyramid scams (respectively). First time Skepchick contributor Tara Smith gives a great essay about making science interesting for kids.

Monthly contributors are back in the swing, too — the Antidote from skeptical chiropractor Ed Rabin, Bad History from Good Historian Lynette Davidson, and a SkepLit interview of Lyanda Lynn Haupt courtesy of Donna Druchunas.

Go there now and suck up all the Skepchick goodness!

Rebecca Watson

Rebecca is a writer, speaker, YouTube personality, and unrepentant science nerd. In addition to founding and continuing to run Skepchick, she hosts Quiz-o-Tron, a monthly science-themed quiz show and podcast that pits comedians against nerds. There is an asteroid named in her honor. Twitter @rebeccawatson Mastodon Instagram @actuallyrebeccawatson TikTok @actuallyrebeccawatson YouTube @rebeccawatson BlueSky

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  1. Loved the article on pyramid schemes.

    I had a friend who was trying to get rich via Amway. I went with him to one of their little get-togethers, and it was pretty much like the insurance con described by Mr. Armstrong. Thankfully my friend came to his senses.

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