ICYMI: December 30 – January 5 on the Skepchick Network

Well hello, everyone! I see you survived New Year’s Eve more or less in one piece, and I could not be happier. Now that your week-long hangover has subsided, you can catch up on what you missed on the Skepchick Network.

Teen Skepchick

The Physics Philes, lesson 29: Math, Discontinuously
Mindy is still trying to wrap her head around continuity.

What Should We Value More – Experience or Knowledge?
Katie argues that lack of life experience should not automatically lessen the value of someone’s opinion.

Dear Sasquatch: Do We Sweat a Liter of Water at Night?
Sasquatch is back and answering your pressing questions!

Mad Art Lab

A New Year’s Treat – We Get Mail
The Labbers have fun with spam.

Fauxtography Part 2: “Psycho”kinesis
You, too, can move objects with your mind! Or Photoshop. Whatevs.

Skepchick SE

Norm Criticism (på svenska)
Technicolor addresses why it’s important to question “normal” behavior.

How Not to Flirt (på svenska)
If you follow these simple rules maybe you won’t come off as a creeper.


In Memory of Rita Levi-Montalcini (en español)
A brief look at the interesting life of the 1986 Nobel Prize winner who passed on Dec. 30.


Thinking Like a Mathematician
Thanks to Belle, you can use the correct mathematical notation in your protest signs.

Queereka Birthday Bash Broadcast
You missed the live hangout, but you can watch and put a face to Queereka writers!

AI: Picture Books for Godless Kids
Would an atheist picture book helped you when you were young?

Featured image credit: waferboard


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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