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In Case You Missed It: May 15-21 on the Skepchick Network

What? You’re not raptured? I guess you’ll be around for a while. It might be worth checking out some highlights from Mad Art Lab, Teen Skepchick and Skepchick SE for the week of May 15-21.

Mad Art Lab

Disco Institute: Music Inspired by Creationism
Listen to a “fully-produced orchestral dance track inspired by an Intelligent Design Think Tank.” That can’t be bad.

Video Games are Art
The National Endowment for the Arts has included video games as a recognized art form. And rightly so.

Orbs: A Tracking Guide
How to hunt glowing orbs. Which are obviously human souls, right?

Say Anything
A poem about religion and the African American community.

Teen Skepchick

Logic Me This: Looking Back
Catch up on past Logic Me This posts, and get a sneak peak at how to recognize a good argument.

Suspension of Disbelief: The Doctor’s Wife
A review of The Doctor’s Wife, an episode written by Neil Gaiman.

Escape from the Woo Zoo: What Do You Mean Nessie Isn’t Real?
How the realization that the Loch Ness Monster isn’t real messed with the writer’s sense of identity.

Words to the Wise: Too Many Syllables
Long words are awesome! Just don’t be too magniloquent.

Skepchick SE

Wanted: Computer Expert/Aspiring Skeptic (Click here for the original Swedish)
Calling all Swedish JavaScript programmers for a battle against The Woo!

The Disharmony is Harmony-Expo (Click here for the original Swedish)
Maybe going to an alt-medicine expo isn’t the best place to go to find skeptics. Just sayin’…

The Inquisition: Are You Superstitious? (Click here for the original Swedish)
Well? Are you?

The Inquisition: What is Your Achilles Heal? (Click here for the original Swedish)
Share with us your skeptical blind spot.

Featured image credit: tjjjohnson


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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