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Skepchick Sundaylies: PUAs, Genetic Medicine, and 23andMe

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The Physics Philes, lesson 111: The Legend of Kundt’s Tube
Mindy applies nodes and anti-notes to longitudinal waves.

The Not So Beautiful Game Step 3: In Which Our Narrator Gets Close to Thinking of Women as People, but Veers Off Very Expectedly into Rapiness
In which women are things and men are predators.


Weirdness of the Human Mind (en español)
Lulú had a frustrating argument with a believer that led her to tell us all about Godel’s ontological proof.

Grounded Parents

I Want YOU! (and Your Kids’ DNA): On Precision Medicine & Fear
Kavin talks about the future of genetic medicine and why you shouldn’t be afraid about what the government will do with your genetic data.

Kari, Grant, Tori… and Mike Brown
Lance discusses how people tend to make assumptions when they don’t have access to all of the facts, whether it’s speculation about why Kari, Grant, and Tori are leaving Mythbusters or what is happening in Ferguson.

And Our Hearts Break with You
Em talks about white privilege and how it relates to how she views the police.


23andMe Inflammatory Bowel Disease Study
Sarah is participating in the 23andMe IBD study.

School of Doubt

Office Supply Shopping Time!!!!! OH, YEAH!!!!

Jodee loves her some office supplies.

E-Readers vs Paper Books

Jennifer still prefers e-readers to paper books, despite the findings of a recent study.

Ramping up

It’s that time again. Apostrophobia asks: what’s the hardest part of beginning a new semester?

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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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