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