ICYMI: March 3 – March 9 on the Skepchick Network
Howdy! It’s time once again to catch up on what you missed last week on the Skepchick Network! Without further ado…
Science in Fiction
What responsibility do writers have to be scientifically accurate?
Sexuality: Do We All Have It?
Olivia wonders if we are all sexual beings.
Religion’s Future Part 2: Secular Solutions
Can secular organizations fill the void in a religion-less future?
Write this in DNA
So you want to write a sonnet on some DNA. Here’s how.
“What’s This? What’s This?” Ken the Pumpkin King
Gigi turns her children’s Ken doll into Jack Skellington.
Dr. Andrew Rader, Canada’s Greatest Know-It-All
Ryan interviews one of the “most intelligent and pedantic people” in Canada.
Belly Button Treasure (en español)
Should you save your child’s cord blood? Lucy explains.
Little Genius (en español)
How do you plan to teach your kids critical thinking?
Documentation Needed to Catch a Yeti (en español)
In 1959 the US Embassy in Nepal issued a dispatch detailing the local regulations regarding Yeti hunting expeditions.
Chivalry’s Not Dead: Chilly Charity and Basketball
This week’s dose of humanists doing awesome things for other people.
Slaughtering the Sacred Cows
Dae explains why she is not a fan of the figurative sacred cow.
What does culture mean to you on a small scale?
Why Feminist: More Than Just Rights (på norsk)
Veronica follows up last week’s post about being a skeptic with a post about skepticism and feminism and why feminism is more than just about equal rights.
Lesson Plans: Using Shirley Jackson’s “The Lottery” to Teach Logical Fallacies
“The Lottery” isn’t just useful to illustrate literary devices.
Teaching Critically with Wikipedia
You’re going to use Wikipedia. Here’s how to use it responsibly.
Bye Bye, Billboard
Tori gave up a spot on a FFRF billboard for fear of being ostracized at her job.
Featured image credit: JellS
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