ICYMI: November 25 – December 1 on the Skepchick Network

Hello Skepchick readers! How are you doing on this lovely Monday morning? I stubbed my toe, so I’ve been better. Anyhoo, here’s what happened last week on the Skepchick Network.

Teen Skepchick

Science Sunday: Self Defence!
Animals and plants defend themselves in many and varied ways.

Suspension of Disbelief: Skyfall
Lauren reviews the new James Bond film Skyfall…and is pleasantly surprised.

TSBS Episode 2 – New Zealand: The Land of Flightless, Stupid Birds
A new episode of the Teen Skepchick Blog Show is live!

Mad Art Lab

Navigate Around the Shitters
Amy inspires Murdo Messer to write a song about standing strong in the face of haters.

Cheers to (and with) Geeky Glasseware
Emily explains how to etch your own designs into glass.

Reconstructing a Face
Katie shows us the process behind facial reconstruction.


Winter Is Coming (en español)
That means it’s flu-related myths season.

Everything Happens …for a Reason? (en español)
Why people don’t usually use this phrase to mean cause & effect, but rather that god/the universe has other plans.

The Real Life Big Bang Theory (en español)
Lulú tells us her experience of going to a party with physicist.


God Can’t Lie, and You Can Trust Him on That
Yessenia isn’t buying arguments for God’s existence.

Bender is the Greatest! (At Being a Fembot)
Futurama can teach us a lot about the difference between expression and identity.

A Person Did That
Stop giving God credit for awesome things people do!

Featured image credit: Wikimedia Commons


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. Loved the outcome described in the “Navigating the shitters” article.
    Good to see hate turned into something that is a message against hate.

    Each time I read about such people doing shitty things, I wonder “What is wrong with those people? Why do they show so much hate?”

    The one on “People did that” is excellent.

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