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    Thanks for Being My Community

    I’ve been pretty busy lately, but had scheduled tonight to sit and write a post. I had a couple of possible ideas in my head, mostly to do with some interesting and weird stats stuff, but now that I’m sitting down at the computer all I can think about is Boston. I feel like my mind is filled with a…

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    ICYMI: April 7 – April 13 on the Skepchick Network

    What are yo doing? Get up! You’re late for work/school/sitting in a coffee shop! Oh well. I’m sure it’s fine. You might as well just stay put and catch up on what you missed last week on the Skepchick Network. You can try to get up on time again tomorrow. Teen Skepchick The Physics Philes, lesson 43: Challenge Accepted Part…

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    ICYMI: March 3 – March 9 on the Skepchick Network

    Howdy! It’s time once again to catch up on what you missed last week on the Skepchick Network! Without further ado… Teen Skepchick Science in Fiction What responsibility do writers have to be scientifically accurate? Sexuality: Do We All Have It? Olivia wonders if we are all sexual beings. Religion’s Future Part 2: Secular Solutions Can secular organizations fill the…

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    ICYMI: February 24 – March 2 on the Skepchick Network

    Ahoy, Skepchick readers! It is yet another big week for the ICYMI because, yet again, we have a NEW SISTER SITE. Welcome School of Doubt, a skeptical blog especially for teachers. Drop in and say hello! Teen Skepchick Science Sunday: Otter Penises What’s causing the otter penis bone to shrink? National Eating Disorder Awareness Week Olivia shares how her friends…

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    ICYMI: February 17 – February 23 on the Skepchick Network

    Hello! It’s such a wonderful day! Or at least it will be after your brain soaks up this Skepchick Network awesomeness. Teen Skepchick Science Sunday: Diversity of Locomotion Ine continues here investigation of the diversity of life by looking at how animals move around. Atheism and Morality: Good without God? Does God define morality? Protecting the Young Protects No One…

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    ICYMI: February 10 – February 16 on the Skepchick Network

    It’s a very exciting day inside this week’s ICYMI post. If you’ll notice, we have a new edition to the Skepchick family. It’s Skepchick.no, blog-casting from Norway straight into your computer! Go show them some love, won’t you? Teen Skepchick What is Glass? Is glass a liquid or a solid? Or something else entirely? Genetically Modified Salmon: Food or “Frakenfish?”…

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    ICYMI: February 3 – February 9 on the Skepchick Network

    There you are! I’m so glad you made it! You don’t even know what you missed last week. You. Don’t. Even. Know. So I made this list of highlights for you. It’s just one of the many services I provide the only service I provide here at Skepchick. Teen Skepchick Science Sunday: Diversity of Eyes Time to prep your rods…

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    ICYMI: January 20 – January 26 on the Skepchick Network

    I see you there. It’s OK. You don’t have to hide. I’ve got some sa-weet Skepchick Network posts for you. So come on in. This blog’s for you. Teen Skepchick Stereotypes, Stereotypes Everywhere! Eddy just discovered websites that focus on “games for girls” and he’s a little appalled. Science Says… Ine warns about relying too much on popular representations of…

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