Sundaylies with Mars One, Viking Artifacts, Coffee in Space, Hillary for President, Star Trek, Opting Out and Issues of Great Importance
Good afternoon dear readers!
It’s the Sundaylies!
Your Skepchick Network recap that you can fold up like an origami crane in your mind. It’s like and old-school newspaper but better because you don’t have to recycle it or clip out any coupons. It’s the recap for the lazy at clicking but the strong of intellect. Don’t like scrolling through our many network sites alllll week long? No worries! I’ve got all your most important news right here.
So lay back in that hammock and sip that mojito in the shade.
The following is all you need to know…
First some Sunday Funnies!
Check out Bird and Moon! Artist Rosemary Mosco does some beautiful science and nature comics. Be sure to check out her website! Here is one of her comics about “Women Naturalists” but there are SO MANY MORE beautiful works!
Now on to your regularly scheduled Sunday Skepchick Network Recap!
It’s Mad Art Cast Episode Seven! The gang talks about Mars One, the transient nature of art and why people want to make art that outlasts their life. Surly Amy also gives Dr Gwen Pearson a call. That’s, right! Our good friend and entomologist, Bug Girl! Have a listen!
Amy’s Wonky Email edition of the MAL Quickies. Ok so I had a glitch in one of my email apps and all the cool links I had been sending to the Lab for over a month got lost in cyber space UNTIL I found out about it. When they finally sent, Brian compiled some of them into a fantastic art and science quickie blast.
A -Viking We Will Go. Beth teaches us about Vikings and shows us some historical artifacts on display! Be afraid. Be very afraid!
Italy is Sending an Espresso Machine to the ISS. Ashley does some great research and teaches us how astronauts will soon be able to make espresso in space!
Dear Son, The Story of One Foster Mom. In this anonymous guest post, one parent shares the heartbreak of fostering a child that ultimately was given back to the birth parents.
We Get Mail: On Issues of Great Importance. If you’ve ever seen someone complain because a blog isn’t covering “important issues,” you will enjoy this tongue-in-cheek letter.
Featured image: Photo by Amy. Awesome ceramic coffee cup by Skeletal Dropkick on Etsy!
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