ICYMI: July 15-July 21 on the Skepchick Network
Good morning! Or afternoon. Or night. Look, I don’t know where you live. I just know that you should really catch up on what went on last week on the Skepchick Network. You won’t be able to keep up on Twitter, otherwise. And we all know that is the pinnacle of human achievement.
Science Sunday: Dino Feathers
Ali explains why more dinosaurs may have had feathers than we previously thought.
Smart Character – Personality = Sex Object?
Pokémon finally gets some good female characters and the Internet messes it up, says Eddy.
Burning Out on Activism
Kate gives some advice on how to keep your sanity while volunteering for a cause.
Ryan presents his rolling boulders theory of social change.
Ashley reviews a couple of cool Internet music projects.
How Not to Poach a Unicorn
Ryan wrote a book! You should read it.
Skepchick.se (and Science and Popular Education) at Pride (på svenska)
Swedish Skepchick is participating in Stockholm Pride!
Genus Sausage (på svenska)
Wall Scanning on why it’s important to be an out and proud feminist.
The Horse of Troy Book Series, A Definitive Guide (en español)
Time travelers to Jesus’s Jerusalem seems like a nice argument for a novel, but some people think JJ Benitez’s books about this are non fiction. Javier explains the origins of these theories.
Crowdfunding Science (en español)
Angela goes through the pros and cons of crowdfunding science.
Europe’s Oldest Science Museum (en español)
Hidden in Florence is the incredible zoology and physiology La Specola museum. Daniela went and took pictures.
Yessenia argues that the headscarf is, in fact, not liberating.
Myths and Misconceptions About Polyamory
Everything you think you know about polyamory is wrong.
AI: Surprisingly Accepting
Have you ever revealed something about yourself, only to be surprised by the positive reaction it received?
Featured image credit: Wikipedia
So even more dinosaurs had feathers than we previously thought? We now even have more good reason to think dinosaurs and birds are related, and thus even more reason to think evolution is true and Creationism has no basis in science. I wonder how long until creationist museums start correctly portraying dinosaurs with feathers? Probably never. Eventually you might almost be able to tell who is and who isn’t a creationist based on weather or not they think of dinosaurs as feathered creatures.
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