environmentalism

  • Skepticism

    Twist and Shout

    The squeaky anticipation that comes with uncorking a bottle of wine is akin to the tactile sensation of placing a needle on a spinning record: romantic, nostalgic, exciting, evocative, and above all, a vestige of a bygone era. But with every snap-crackle-pop murmur to life as a record player finds its groove, that needle is slowly destroying your record, and…

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  • Feminism

    Cross Post: Making the World Safe for Fewer Greenhouse Gases

    This is a cross post from Teen Skepchick by Elisheba. I try to do things to reduce my carbon footprint. I’m not amazingly successful at this, but I do try. Unfortunately, many of the small doable actions recommended are off limits to me as a woman attempting to navigate public spaces. I have been known to live close enough to…

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  • Meta Stuff

    ICYMI: October 27 – November 2 on the Skepchick Network

    Teen Skepchick The Physics Philes, lesson 71: A Weighty Situation Mindy discusses the relationship between and weight. Speak Your Mind: Autumn Colors Fall is the best season. What is your favorite part? Awesome Sauce Music Friday! Absolute Time’s an Atrocity Edition Jam to Postmodern Jukebox’s song about time dilation. Mad Art Lab Gorilla A Bruno Mars song makes Ryan laugh…

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    ICYMI: July 28 – August 3 on the Skepchick Network

    Teen Skepchick Suspension of Disbelief: Man of Steel Eddy is not impressed with the new Superman movie. The Ten Best Things About CFI’s Student Leadership Conference Avery went to the CFI Youth Leadership Conference and provides a rundown of the event. On Vaccinations Beccy laments the increase in preventable diseases in the UK, but also provides some good news. Mad…

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