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ICYMI: August 25 – August 31 on the Skepchick Network

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The Physics Philes, lesson 62: Spin Cycle
Mindy eats crow and does some physics.

Olivia puts all the world’s horribleness to the side and goes on the Greatest International Scavenger Hunt the World has Ever Seen.

The Narnia Dilemma
Zhanpei loves the Narnia books. But she recognizes that they are, in many ways, problematic.

Mad Art Lab

Oooh, You Just Got Burned, Part 1
It’s hot and the sun is high. Watch out for sunburns.

Kitchen Lab: (Grilled) CHEEEEEEESE, Gromit!
Bonnie has a special place in her hear for a good ol’ grilled cheese.

Cursebrand – Chapter 5
Have you been reading Ryan’s second novel that he’s releasing online, chapter by chapter?


I Am God (en español)
Not only religious people have to be aware of dogma.


“She Requested a Person of Color”
Race is a tricky subject. Who gets to define our categories?

Tips for Trans* Allies
So you want to be a trans* ally? Here are some tips to help you be a good one.

First US Administration to Actually Address Bi Issues
Kaoru Negisa is pleased that the White House is starting to address bi issues, but he also has some reservations.

School of Doubt

Pop Quiz: Academic (Dis)Honesty
How do you or your educational institution handle cheaters?

Pop Quiz: Where Do Students Get Their Science?
Are there any sources you refuse to accept in assignments?

Pop Quiz: Whoa, I Wasn’t Expecting Them to Say That
Have you ever underestimated your students?

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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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One Comment

  1. I was going to write a comment titled 4 reasons criticism of lists is futile but it’s a bit early for meta.
    Let’s just say that criticism of pop culture for the form it takes is rather thin, I’d rather see criticism of what passes for investigative journalism these days.

    On a sadder note, I would like to that Hayao Miyazaki for the joy he has given the world and wish him a happy retirement.
    Doumo arigatou Miyasaki-san.

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