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ICYMI: June 16 – June 22 on the Skepchick Network

Rise and shine, sleepy head! Time to catch up on what you missed last week on the Skepchick Network.

Teen Skepchick

The Physics Philes, lesson 53: Even More on Rotational Dynamics
Mindy continues her quest for all the physics knowledge.

The Pseudoscience of Victim Blaming: Introduction
Eddy argues that pseudoscience is full of victim blaming, and that is not OK.

CFI Board: You Owe Me an Apology
Olivia is angry with the board of CFI because its actions left her with no good options.

Mad Art Lab

The Pay-as-You-Read Predicament
Ashley explains pay-as-you-read and wonders if it will change how she consumes books.

Does the Size of Your Skull Affect Your Taste in Music?
A recent study asks a basic question: Does your skull size determine the type of music you like?

10 Myths about Corsetry
There are a lot of misconceptions about corsets. Elizabeth sets the record straight.


Green Woo (en español)
You can’t go to a green/environmental event without encountering all kinds of woo.


AI: Unexpected Opportunities
Have you ever enjoyed something much more than you expected to?

Ex-Gay Ministry Will Soon be Ex-Ministry
New Queereka writer Kaoru Negisa celebrates the closure of an ex-gay ministry, but wonders what direction it will go in next.

AI: Flying
What are you travel rituals?

Skepchick Norge

Grassroots Skepticism: Skeptics in the Pub (på norsk)
If you’re into skepticism, you might like Skeptics in the Pub!

School of Doubt

Pop Quiz: Science and Special Learning Needs
How can science lessons be adapted to accommodate special learning needs?

Quirrell Points as a Pedagogical Tool?
Dan proposes a tool for motivating students.

Pop Quiz: When Professionalism Fails
What do you do when you find out a student has a crush on you?

Featured image credit: Mo Riza


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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