Skepchick Sundaylies: Climate Change Bummer, the Second Temple, Summer Vacation, and GMOs
Sunday Funny: Everything at Manfeels Park
The Physics Philes, lesson 102: Reflections
Mindy learns more and more about mechanical waves, like what happens when they bounce off a barrier
A Web, Not a Road: The Anthropology of Margaret Mead
Dale writes, “There is hardly a name in science more encrusted with bad faith generalizations and well-meaning but ahistorical hagiography than that of anthropologist Margaret Mead.”
Watch Isaac Newton in a Rap Battle with Bill Nye
Is Climate Change a Bummer?
Should museums stick to the flashy, popular stuff?
People Are Weird: The Holy Land (en español)
Lulú continues to explore strange myths and beliefs. This time she looks into the Second Temple.
Teaching vs Professing
Apostrophobia contemplates the difference between a teacher and a professor.
Jennifer thinks it’s important to keep testing new methods in the classroom.
It’s summertime…do you know where your kids are? Jodee wonders where the best place for them really is.
Choosy Moms Choose GMOs
Kavin updates her previous post on GM technology and explains the science behind the “scary” claims
Internet Meme Demolition Derby: New Rules for Dating my Daughter
Share Lou’s latest post when you come across that horrible “Rules for Dating My Daughter” meme on social media
How (I Try) to Make Little Scientists
Erich gives tips on how to foster scientific curiosity in your children. (There are plenty of tips for cool aunts and uncles too.)
Featured image credit: Rational Parliament via Flickr
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