ICYMI: June 24-June 30 on the Skepchick Network
Aw. Look at you. Got a case of the Mondays? I get it. But I can help. Just check out what you missed last week on the Skepchick Network. If you aren’t feeling better in 24 hours then you have a case of the Tuesdays and I can’t help you.
How Superstition Invades Exams
Even reasonable people fall for lucky charms if it means doing well on exams.
The Daily Woo: Glucosamine & Chondroitin
Check out Kate’s new series on different woo she’s experienced first hand.
Marriage’s Decreasing Relevance
Elly makes a pro/con list for marriage, and, for nuptials, it doesn’t look good.
Creative Dissonance Episode 2 – Poicycling
Here is the combination of poi and bicycling you didn’t know you needed.
The Moon – On a Budget
Make a networked telescope on the cheap.
Google+ Virtual Star Parties
CosmoQuest hosts online star parties. And they are amazing.
Anja Paerson and Open Minded Didactic (på svenska)
Technicolor doesn’t need your moralizing.
Happy Tau Day! (på svenska)
Amygdala on the beauty of tau.
Pink Science (en español)
Esceptica writers share their opinions on the “Science, it’s a girl thing” video.
Summer is Here! (en español)
Elara talks about miracle diet pills and other woo products that pop up in the summer time.
Alan, that’s non computable. (en español)
Javier talks about Alan Turing and AI.
“But I’m an Ally!”
So you want to be/consider yourself an LGBT ally. Will has some advice for you.
Sex and Ghosts
What phantom limbs can teach us about Gender Dysphoria.
This Bullying Bullshit is Bad for the Brand
If atheists want to differentiate themselves from religion, they should cut out the harassment.
Featured image credit: ComeIlMare
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