In Case You Missed It: March 11-March 17 on the Skepchick Network

Hello, and happy Monday! Check out what happened last week on the Skepchick Network! And, if you're feeling really awesome, share it with a friend!

Teen Skepchick

Science Sunday: Reading the Paper
Melanie explains a revolutionary new biomedical test that can be used in isolated areas.

Suspension of Disbelief: John Carter
Katie hilariously expounds on why John Carter is a terrible movie.

Guest Post: Exoplanets and the Scientific Possibility of Alien Life
A guest post on the vastness and awesomeness of the universe…and the possibility that we are not alone.

Mad Art Lab

AI: Emoticons are Art
Emoticons have developed into an art form. Show Mad Art Lab your favorites!

An Art Blog Gets a Lemon. She Makes Lemon Art…Badly
Elyse makes her MAL debut by attempting to recreate something she saw in Pinterest.

AI: Show Us Your Goods
Use the new comment features to show off your art!

Skepchick SE

Happy Pi Day! Wigs, Pies, and Decimals (på svenska)
Amygdala celebrates the day devoted to the most famous mathematical constant.


Close Encounters of the Christian Kind (en español)
What to do when a work colleague is trying to evangelize you.

Pi Day (en español)
We celebrate this day with curiosities and trivia about Pi.

The Martians Are Here! (en español)
Join the search for extraterrestrial intelligence with SETILive.


Sunday School: On Top Shopping
Rachel answers a question on how to check out people you meet online before you meet them IRL.

AI: On Proving Oneself Straight and Teaching Kids How to Do It
How do you break the cycle of proving heterosexuality?

AI: Music
Tell Queereka what you're listening to.

Featured image credit: Andrew Mason


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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