In Case You Missed It: September 4 – September 10 on the Skepchick Network

It’s time to start a new week! And what better way to kick things off than to catch up on last week? Check out these highlights from across the Skepchick Network.

Mad Art Lab

AI: Materials of the Future
What will you be making art with in the future?

The Problem in Pictures
Why artistic renderings of science need to be transparent and put in context.

AI: The Prose of Your Personality
What books or authors have most influenced you?

Teen Skepchick

Modern Mythology: Parents Lie…
Popular lies parents tell their children.

Suspension of Disbelief: Warehouse 13
A review of the television show Warehouse 13.

My Little Pony: Positivity is Magic
The feminist side of My Little Pony.

Skepchick SE

Skepticism for Beginners: Testability (på svenska)
An introduction to the concept of testability to the skeptical novice.

Put Your Money Where Your FB-Status Is (på svenska)
A guest post on silly Facebook campaigns to raise awareness of breast cancer, and how those campaigns can take attention away from cancer research.

Abortion Pictures, or What Is It We See Exactly? (på svenska)
Kaylee on how the use of images in the anti-choice movement appeal to emotion, not rational argument.


Social Religion (en español)
Andrés wants to know if Escéptica readers still participate in the social aspects of the Catholicism.

Psychics and Vultures (en español)
Like vultures, psychics are taking advantage of the tragic plane crash in Chile. Daurmith tells us about it.

iScam  (en español)
What are the most hilariously pseudoscientific Apps in the AppStore?  Daniela found them and reviews them.

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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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