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Teen Skepchick’s Reality Checks 4.7

The Lost Girls edition

India’s girl problem. “According to the latest national headcount, there are now just 914 girls for every 1,000 boys under the age of six, down from a ratio of 927 for every 1,000 a decade ago. Despite India’s steady economic rise in the past 10 years, the figures show the social bias against having girls remains as strong as ever, with illegal sex-selective abortions facilitated by cheap ultrasound technology.” (via Physorg.com)

A Texas church denies that its prayers burned a bar to the ground. (via The Clarke County Democrat)

Possible pig head brings British town of Bridgewater to a standstill. (via Bridgewater Mercury)

For the Doctor Who fans out there, a plush baby Adipose. (via Neatorama)

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