It’s the Skepchick Sundaylies! Our Continued Need for Skepticism, a Parent’s Approach to Santa, and more!
Sunday Funny: Never seen Star Wars. (via xkcd) Teen Skepchick You – Yes, You! – Can Write for Teen Skepchick! Teen Skepchick is looking for writers! Grounded Parents Pizzagate Is Why We Need Skepticism Recent events at a DC pizza place perfectly illustrate out continued need for skepticism. How to Handle Santa When You Don’t Really Like Him That Much…Read More »
It’s the Sundaylies! Copyrighting Silence, Pronoun Practice, and Discussing Santa
Sunday Funny: Science Communication (via SMBC) Mad Art Lab The Queen of Wind-Blown Sediments: Kelly Deuerling’s Aeolian Geochemistry (Women in Science 53) Dale tells the story of Kelly Deuerling, who spends her days extracting secrets from dust and sediment. Can You Copyright Silence? A new Mad Art Cast episode! On owning silence. The Phrase I Dread Most as an Artist…Read More »
Skepchick Sundaylies! WISE MEN, Active Learning, Other December Celebrations, and Skipping Santa
Sunday Funny: Turn the other cheek. (via Cyanide and Happiness) Teen Skepchick The Physics Philes, lesson 124: Exploding Potatoes and Equations of State Mindy explains how an exploding potato relates to the idea gas law. Tracts in the Mail Elizabeth shares the way in which her grandparents have chosen to try to convert her this year. Escéptica Gods! Christmas Edition…Read More »
AI: Who is Doing Santa?
The answer to that question might be Mrs. Claus or the elves. But really the actual question I am getting at is who is celebrating with the Santa story as part of their holiday festivities? Every year a battle is waged in two camps of the skeptical and the atheist communities. One camp says that it teaches a terrible message…Read More »