Turning an eye on the profession, separating fact from fiction on both sides of the counter.
The Denialism Blog
Discussing the problem of denialists, their standard arguing techniques, how to identify denialists and/or cranks, and discuss topics of general interest such as skepticism, medicine, law and science.
Retired family physician, former U.S. Air Force flight surgeon and skeptic who writes about alternative medicine and quackery.
History & Statistics
Excellent statistics and maps on the subject of religious adherence.
Nice, eclectic mix of science articles from a variety of fields. Always entertaining.
“Skepticism is a process.” This is a great place to learn. Sharon really does her homework for our benefit.
A volunteer organization promoting critical thinking and a reason-centered worldview by helping local skeptics groups to share tools, information and strategies, and connect with skeptical individuals and activists.
James Randi Educational Foundation
Not-for-profit organization that promotes critical thinking by reaching out to the public and media with reliable information about paranormal and supernatural ideas so widespread in our society today. Home of the $1 million paranormal challenge.
A group of women (and one deserving guy) who write about science, skepticism, and pseudoscience. With intelligence, curiosity, and occasional snark, the group tackles diverse topics from astronomy to astrology, psychics to psychology.
The first Canada-wide blog for skeptics. Its mission is to affect and promote positive, science-based change in mainstream media, Canadian culture and education, and in government policy
Definitions, arguments, and essays on topics ranging from acupuncture to zombies. Detailed information on the supernatural, paranormal, and pseudoscientific. Dozens of topics in logic, perception, science, and philosophy.
Extremely well organized and laid out skeptic site. Lots of good information here.
A scientific and educational organization of scholars, scientists, historians, magicians, professors and teachers, and anyone curious about controversial ideas, extraordinary claims, revolutionary ideas, and the promotion of science.
Skeptics Society Blog
Official blog of the Skeptics Society, featuring the writings of Michael Shermer as well as many others.
dedicated to free thinking, critical thinking, science, and skepticism
Purpose is to promote critical, skeptical, and scientific thinking by inspiring students to become active promoters of scientific skepticism and defenders of science.