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Skeptics

  • A canna’ change the laws of physics
    I intend to write about good and bad science; the use of statistics; the abuse of the scientific process and anything else that takes my fancy.
  • A Drunken Walk Through Science
    A Discussion About Recent Scientific Advances And Science News Minus The Technical Jargon (Whenever Possible)
  • Bad Science
    Ben Goldacre’s Bad Science column…
  • Conspiracy Factory
    Alas, to wear the mantle of Galileo it is not enough to be persecuted by an unkind establishment, you must also be right. -Robert Park
  • Denialism Blog
    Don’t Mistake Denialism for Debate
  • Dispatches from the Culture Wars
    Throughts from the Interface of Science, Religion, Law, and Culture
  • Gimpy’s Blog
    Inane Witterings and Badscience
  • Improbable Science
    Truth, falsehood and evidence: investigations of dubious and dishonest science
  • Pharyngula
    Evolution, development, and random biological ejaculations from a godless liberal
  • Quackometer
    Experiments and Thoughts in Quackery, Health Fraud, and Pseudoscience
  • Respectful Insolence
    The miscellaneous ramblings of a surgeon/scientist on medicine, quackery, science, pseudoscience, history, and pseudohistory (and anything else that interests him)
  • Skelliot’s Weblog
    Skeptical thinking from a young mind
  • Skeptico
    Critical Thinking for an Irrational World
  • Spread Rationality
    Where’s the Evidence?
  • The Skeptic Report
  • The Two Percent Company
    We believe that people have the right to do whatever they want, as long as it doesn’t interfere with the rights of others. Unfortunately, religious figures, politicians, and stupid or narrow-minded people are trying to impose their silly beliefs on us

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Science Sites

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Science Blogs

  • A Photon In The Darkness
    It’s better to light a candle than curse the darkness
  • Bad Astronomy Blog
    BABLogger is an astronomer, writer, and skeptic. Likes reality the way it is, and aims to keep it that way.
  • EpiWonk
    Epidemiology, Health, and Medical News Media Watchdog: A Blog for the General Public
  • Evolgen
    At the Convergence of Evolution and Genetics
  • Good Math, Bad Math
    Finding the fun in good math, squashing bad math and the fools that promote it!
  • Greg Laden’s Blog
    Evolution, Life Science, Science Education, Human Evolution, and Stuff
  • Laelaps
    Laelaps is the paleo-oriented blog of Rutgers University student Brian Switek.
  • Science-Based Medicine
    Exploring issues and controversies in the relationship between science and medicine
  • The Quantum Pontiff
    From research on quantum computing, to physics, mathematics, computer science and beyong…

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Atheism Blogs

  • Broken Spot
    Home of my life story of what happens when religion is truly lived as it is taught, and other topics that I find interesting.
  • Daylight Atheism
    Nighttime is for Dreaming. Daylight is for Action.
  • Dubito Ergo Sum
    Extraordinary claims require extraordinary evidence. –Carl Sagan
  • Greta Christina’s Blog
    Sex, atheism, politics, dreams, and whatever. Thinking out loud since 2005.
  • Happy Jihad’s House of Pancakes
    The child Bing McGhandi was found in a catnip patch under dubious circumstances. His interests include sitting on lily pads, flies, inflating his air sac to attract the female toads, listing his interests in series, and world domination.
  • Open Parachute
    The mind doesn’t work if it’s closed
  • Rev. BigDumbChimp
    Some scientists claim that hydrogen, because it is so plentiful, is the basic building block of the universe. I dispute that. I say that there is more stupidity than hydrogen, and that is the basic building block of the universe -Frank Zappa
  • Sam Harris’ Blog
    Sam Harris is a famous American atheist, and the author of “The End of Faith” and “A Letter to a Christian Nation”

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Computer Science

  • <savas:weblog/>
    The blog of Savas Parastatidis, a Software Engineer for Microsoft, fellow SOA researcher, and a mastermind in Web Service technologies!
  • Ian Foster’s Typepad
    The Blog of Ian foster -the father of Grid Computing and recently rated as the third most influential computer scientist!

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Friends

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