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The following blogs and other parasites of the internets were either interesting to RationalWiki editors, or posted for vanity reasons. See also our pages on ebook archives and Rationalwiki:Webpage links for non-blogal content.
 RationalWiki alumni
Congrats to Ames and PalMD on hitting the big time!
- Denialism blog by Mark and Chris Hoofnagle and our own PalMD. A Scienceblog devoted to the denialist movement and its tactics.
- Submitted to a Candid World by AmesG. Covers progressive politics, rhetoric, and relevant parts of the anti-science movement.
- White Coat Underground by PalMD. Covers medical quackery (oh, sorry, "alternative medicine") and, occasionally, the importance of fatherhood.
 Less prominent blogs
- A Turbonerd's Weblog, run by Linus, wherein he rants about anything that crosses his mind and harms himself for your entertainment.
- Small Time TV, run by User:EVDebs under the name BrianX, where he writes not nearly enough about food and kitchen science.
- Vox in Deserto, run by User:AKjeldsen under the name Lanfranc, in which he presents findings of medieval scholarship, discusses relevant issues of the day, and occasionally quotes the Venerable Bede and other luminaries.
- Unleashing Chiang, a blog run by User:Researcher (under the name Frosty) and his buddy Slim Charles. Mostly foreign policy and politics, but includes many other topics too.
 Blog collectives
These websites host multiple blogs based around science, freethought, and general rationality.
- ScienceBlogs.com -- Created by Seed Media Group, with significant editorial input from National Geographic in the last year or two. It has sister sites based in Brazil and Germany.
- Freethought Blogs -- A quasi-spinoff of ScienceBlogs, started by Ed Brayton and PZ Myers. Focuses on rationalism and analysis of the intersection between science, politics, and religion.
- Scientopia -- Another Sb spinoff; many of its writers are former Sb writers.
- Discover Blogs -- Run by Discover Magazine; home to, among others, Phil Plait and Carl Zimmer.
- Scientific American Blogs
- ScienceBlogging -- a blog aggregator covering all of the above networks and a lot more.
- science-based pharmacy by Scott Gavura and Avicenna (not that one) does what it says on the tin, unlike the pharma-woo it exposes.
- A mole reports on the goings on aboard the National Review cruise.
- Dispatches from the Culture Wars, where writer and skeptic Ed Brayton talks about science, politics, and religion from a left-libertarian point of view
- Pandagon, left-wing blog owned by Jesse Taylor and home to feminist/skeptic blogger and unrepentant music snob Amanda Marcotte. Covers politics, science, religion, music, and food and has a weekly music party on Turntable.fm.
- The Huffington Post, a left-wing US politics blog run by former Republican activist Arianna Huffington. Notoriously woo-friendly (especially as regards Deepak Chopra and anti-vaccination activism), and a cautionary example of how politics and rationality do not always coincide.
- Politifact and FactCheck, two fact-checking sites rating the validity of statements made by public figures.
- The Non Sequitur, philosophy profs point out logical fallacies in the media and political commentary.
- The Encyclopedia of American loons
- Science After Sunclipse excellent blog by Blake Stacey.
- Answers in Genesis BUSTED! is lots of fun.
- Bad Science by Ben Goldacre, a column from The Guardian newspaper.
- Bad Astronomy by Phil Plait, a classic skeptical site dealing in astronomy woo (including takedowns of Zecharia Sitchin, Richard Hoagland, and the Moon landing deniers)
- DC's IMPROBABLE SCIENCE page by David Colquhoun at University College London
- The James Randi Educational Foundation, featuring a weekly column by the Master, Randi himself; focuses primarily on the paranormal
- The Lay Scientist by Martin, a British site covering interesting peer-reviewed research, skepticism, and the intersection between science, politics and the media.
- Memoirs of a Skepchick by Rebecca Watson (and a couple of other authors), covering general science, skepticism, and occasionally feminism in science
- The Millenium Project by Peter Bowditch, an Australian site focusing heavily on medical woo (particularly anti-vaccination activism) and multilevel marketing fraud
- The Nondiscovery blog, which follows the Discovery Institute and creationism/ID
- The Panda's Thumb, focus on the evolution, creation and intelligent design debate
- Pharyngula by PZ Myers, biology, politics and religion from one of the blogosphere's more outspoken atheists and rationalists
- Respectful Insolence written by a surgeon/scientist with a focus on applying rational thought to medicine and alternative therapies.
- What's New with Bob Park, covering anti-science developments in science and politics
- Why Evolution Is True Jerry Coyne's Evolution blog (and a Caturday fanatic)
- The Sensuous Curmudgeon Anti Creationist/ID-ist blog
- Real Climate on global warming
- DeSmogBlog, also on global warming (but more focused on denialism and public relations)
- The last day's entries at "scienceblogs" (includes PZ, PalMD etc.) can be found here.
- Skeptical-Science, by Dave Gamble, a UK based blogger focusing on both Skepticism, critical thinking and popular science
- Debunking Denialism
 Specific posts
- All the textbook stickers you'll ever need are here!
- The only debate on Intelligent Design that is worthy of its subject!
- "Pollcats" - LOL*captions + politicians.
- 3 Bulls - mostly just annoying, but played their part in the war on CP.
- Sadly, No - another funny moonbat blog.
- NewsTechnica - User:David Gerard's fake news blog
- The Secular Web This site covers the whole of freethought.
- About: Atheism/Agnosticism A good all-round source for religious skepticism.
- De-Conversion is a site written by "converts" to atheism.
- Slacktivist covers religion and politics from a liberal evangelical Christian perspective, including a critical analysis of Left Behind
- Richard Dawkins forum. Ok, it's really a message board for people to talk about Dawkins, but lots of good atheist material and more.
- Iron Chariots is a wiki devoted to apologetics and counter-apologetics.
- Thoughtsic.com A militant atheist with a radical liberal agenda to match. Occasional science-related post.
- Evangelical Realism--A newish blog exploring reality
- The Rational Reply - Jim Rational's daily replies to bizarre religious claims
 Specific posts
 Miscellaneous or all of the above
- "Opposing Views" so-called "expert debates".
- CP Column, by AKjeldsen. Now officially closed.
- Mt. Molelog by Jtl. No longer updated frequently, but when it is it's frequently Not Safe For Work.
- Freakonomics. Just darn interesting.
- Red State Rabble Politics, Religion, Science and culture.
- Open Science Open source software and science...what more could you want?
- The Life and Thoughts of One For Logic by One For Logic
- Fortean cake - Totnesmartin's pokings into the murky depths of the paranormal.
- Moronality a British take on things in general (including the US election and Conservapedia)
- Digital Bits Skeptic. Blog, podcast, paid articles, and user community for skeptics.
- Pull My Finger
- (US) police misconduct
- Sceptics' Guide to the Universe - podcasts on science and logic.
- Science, Reason and Critical Thinking from Crispin Jago
- Adventures in nonsense from Simon Perry
- The random thoughts of Robesdesaixtare
- ManBoobz by David Futrelle; a skeptical (and snarky) blog taking down the Men's Rights Movement, the seduction community, and various other forms of misogyny
- The Unholy American Politics, Religion, Atheism, History, and Current Events.
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