Hunker down, folks. It’s time to catch up on all the awesome stuff you missed last week on the Skepchick Network.
The Physics Philes, lesson 39: Angling to Get Ahead
Mindy is still trying to teach herself physics. See how far she’s gotten.
Olivia defends a recent Guardian op-ed about keeping the anger in feminism.
There’s a Pi Day?
Eddy explains the unique and interesting pi.
A Little Bit of Bubbly: Science Experiment Time
Calculate your lung capacity with bubbles!
Amanda Palmer and the Privilege of Success
Smashley has a problem with Amanda Palmer’s thoughts on the economics of the music industry.
Illustrated Anatomy: First Edition
Cool science tattoos. ‘Nuff said.
Keeping Up with Awesome: H.B. Kurtzwilde
Rachel speaks with the Lambda Literary Award nominated author.
Chivalry’s Not Dead: Surprise Parents
Your weekly humanist awe.
AI: Humor I
What do you find funny?
Scientist …or woman? Or Woman scientist? (på norsk)
Ingvild talks about an article by Ann Finkbeiner about how sometimes there is too much emphasis on a scientist being a woman rather than just a scientist.
I Am All About Dismantling System of Patriarchal Authority, but Please Don’t Call Me “Hey.”
DrSchell struggles with authority her authority over students.
Miss Maudie Tells It Like It Is!
Using To Kill a Mockingbird to open students’ minds to atheism and critical thinking.
Teaching the Letter “A”
Corey recounts her difficulties teaching the social consequences of religion.
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