ICYMI: November 11 – November 17 on the Skepchick Network

Hello! It’s a beautiful day! Probably. I don’t know where you live. Regardless, here are some of the awesome posts you missed last week as you were having a non-Internet life. Enjoy!

Teen Skepchick

Eating Disorders: The Demographics
You don’t have to be a teenage girl to have an eating disorder.

Is Doctor Who a Religion?
Lux examines the possibility that we worship at the altar of the Doctor.

The Next Generation
Kate gives skeptics some advice on reaching out to the next generation.

Mad Art Lab

Happy Sloth! The Most Huggable Vaccine Song Ever Written!
Listen to this song about vaccines. It has sloths.

Twins: Divergent Duo, part 2
Even identical twins aren’t identical. Sometimes, this is on purpose.

The Great Geek Cosplay Debate
Hardcore nerds should be jumping at the chance to enlighten n00bs, argues Chebutykin.


The Sacred Book (en español)
Taking a closer look at the Urantia Book.

The Resurgence of Re-pasteurization (en español)
The myth that companies re-pasteurize milk gone bad to try to sell it is back.


AI: Shake Your Head, Walk Away
Are there any issues you no longer want to argue about?

“Interfaith” Still Excludes Atheists
Yessenia provides a personal example of how theists still reject atheists.

Lying Liars Telling Lies
A crisis pregnancy center invades a California campus.

Featured image credit: Praziquantel


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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One Comment

  1. It is actually a beautiful day where I live. :)

    Loved the Doctor Who article. I think I saw it once before.

    A question, though:

    “He also destroys whole civilizations and is known as the Predator to the Daleks.”

    I thought the Doctor was known as “The Oncoming Storm” to the Daleks. Is “Predator” another alias of his?

    The “Lying Liars Telling Lies” article is excellent.
    I recommend it for anyone debating pro-lifers. Gave me good education.

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