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    Happy Eater Day! It’s the Sundaylies with Mars Rocks, Trans Visibility, Demolition Derby, Vaccination in California and Skeptability is BACK!

    HEYYYYYYO…..It’s me, Surly Amy filling in for Mindy! I have been the understudy for the Sundaylies FOR SO LONG. Quietly waiting in the wings, practicing my lines, perfecting my pirouettes. I feel like this is finally my chance to SHINE! And shine I shall because not only is today Sunday, it’s the best SUN day of the year! It’s Eater…

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  • Skepticism

    ICYMI: August 5 – August 11 on the Skepchick Network

    Now that the Olympics are over, I can stop pretending like I want to get in shape. Which means that I can sit in front of my computer reading blog posts guilt-free. And you – yes, you! – get the benefit, dear readers, because I have compiled a list of some of the best stuff you missed last week on…

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  • Quickies

    Skepchick Quickies 8.8

    On August 8th, 1576, the cornerstone for the Danish astronomical observatory Uraniborg was laid on Hven (now a small Swedish island). The research institute was operated by Tycho Brahe, an astronomer known for his remarkably accurate work (and epic mustache).¬†Kepler was Brahe’s assistant and used his data to develop his own astronomical theories. The Scam Wall Street Learned From the…

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  • Quickies

    Skepchick Quickies 7.18

    On this date in 1955, Disneyland opened officially to the public. That’s not too interesting. However, the previous day was the special opening day for invited guestsonly, but it was a fantastic disaster. Thousands of people showed up with counterfeit tickets, ladies’ high heels sunk into the freshly-laid asphalt, and the water fountains were dry due to the plumbers’ strike.…

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