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In Case You Missed It: May 1-7 on the Skepchick Network

Have you had enough of all that bin Laden news already? Never fear! Here are some highlights from across the Skepchick Network for the week of May 1-7.

Mad Art Lab

Flight of the Navigator
A poem about coming out as an atheist.

AI: That Song Doesn’t Mean What You Think It Means
Do you know any songs that mean the opposite of what you originally thought?

AI: Return of the Ozgur Photoshop-o-rama
The Mad Art Lab Photoshop challenge!

Doubting Thomas Day
Why skeptics everywhere should look up to Thomas, Jesus’ skeptical disciple.

Teen Skepchick

Logic Me This: Currently Unexplained =/= Unexplainable
Lauren explains that just because something is unexplained does not mean that it is supernatural.

In Which My Boyfriend and I Get Our Gay On
A photo essay of gay pride march in Topeka, KS.

Escape from the Woo Zoo: Born Free
On being rational and curious in a world of woo.

Skepchick SE

Much Ado About Nothing (Click here for the original Swedish)
Mary clears up some misunderstandings about a Swedish and EU law that regulates herbal remedies.

Your money goes to: elsanering. (Click here for the original Swedish)
Skepchick SE has a new series, in which the contributors note the strange, pseudo-scientific stuff on which governments spend money. This installment: EHS.

Image credit: Wikimedia Commons


Mindy is an attorney and Managing Editor of Teen Skepchick. She hates the law and loves stars. You can follow her on Twitter and on Google+.

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