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  • DC's Improbable Science - Investigations of dubious and dishonest science by David Colquhoun.
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  • Fledgeling Skeptic - An educational site for people who are just learning about skepticsm and want to investigate it further. Includes a wide range of basic skeptical topics.
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  • God Knows What - Reviews and discussions of research on religion and anthropology from a skeptical perspective.
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  • How Do You Think? - An exploration of science, skepticism and erroneous thought processes including an ongoing discussion of the interplay between thoughts and happiness as well as the relationship between science and thought.
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  • Leaving the Land of Woo - Blog about getting away from irrational ideas about health, food, religion and the paranormal.
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  • Massimo's Skeptic and Humanist Web - Addresses the topics of skepticism and secular humanism. Includes lectures, handouts, and an online column. Also has links to book reviews and essays.
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  • NeuroLogica Blog - Skeptical weblog by academic clinical neurologist Steven Novella. Particular areas of interest include medicine and the brain.
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  • Podblack Cat Blog - A skeptical woman's science, superstitions and life blog. Includes paranormal research, education tips and science literacy.
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  • The Sceptics' Book of Pooh-Pooh - Blog principally by Australian skeptic Rachael Dunlop. Topics include alternative medicine, psychics, and science in the media.
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  • SHAMblog - Steve Salerno writes on topics including the self-help movement, new-age philosophy, and politics.
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  • Skepchick - A woman's skeptical science and life weblog.
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  • Skeptic News - Tracks new information on various skeptical web pages.
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  • The Skeptic's Field Guide - A guide to identifying fallacies in arguments and thinking. Includes an e-book and podcast.
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  • SkepticBlog - Blog by several authors promoting science, critical thinking, and skepticism.
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  • Skeptico - Critical thinking for an irrational world.
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  • Weird Things - Blog that explores the strange and the unknown, in technology, space and science, with a skeptical and analytical eye.
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