- Colloquy —
Stacy’s soapbox for defending science against religion.
- Halfway There —
A math teacher looks at education, politics, religion, culture, and (of course) math teaching and learning.
- Tetherd Cow Ahead —
An irreverent look at the world around us from down under.
- Transient Reporter —
Chemiluminescent thoughts on science, culture, society …
- Built on Facts —
A graduate student’s look at physics.
- Skeptic’s Play —
Critical thinking, science, math, puzzles, atheism, …
- Skulls in the Stars —
Physics, pulp fantasy and horror fiction, and a bit of politics.
- Neural Gourmet —
Food for your brain.
- Why don’t you blog? —
Political talk from Britain.
- An Inevitable Conflict —
Defending science in the inevitable conflict against religion.
- Atheist Revolution —
Breaking free from irrational belief and opposing Christian extremism in America.
- Friendly Atheist —
One friendly atheist among many.
- Unreasonable Faith —
A former Christian’s thoughts on faith, science, and skepticism.
- ERV —
If we’re made in Gods image, God’s made of gag, pol, and env.
- Bad Astronomy —
The Bad Astronomer, Phil Plait.
- Common Sense —
One person’s pursuit of common sense against the gullible.
- Pharyngula —
Evolution, development, and random biological ejaculations from a godless liberal.
- Star Stryder —
An astronomer, a teacher, a researcher, and a woman.
- Cosmic Variance —
A group blog by physicists about physics.
- Not Even Wrong —
Blog of physicist Peter Woit, a string theory skeptic.
- Shores of the Dirac Sea —
A blog about physics … mostly.
- Cocktail Party Physics —
A group science blog that aims to create a salon-like virtual space where contributors and readers alike can chat about the latest news and ideas in science — with a twist.
- NeuroLogicaBlog —
Covers not only news and issues in neuroscience, but also general science, scientific skepticism, philosophy of science, critical thinking, and the intersection of science with the media and society.
- Digital Bits Skeptic —
Promoting critical thinking and skepticism in response to the frustratingly large amount of credulity and scientific ignorance in today’s society.
- Respectful Insolence —
The miscellaneous ramblings of a surgeon/scientist on medicine, quackery, science, pseudoscience, history, and pseudohistory
- Skepticblog —
A collaboration among some of the most recognized names in promoting science, critical thinking, and skepticism.
- AnAtheist.Net —
Created for providing commentary and explanation, as well as provoking discussion, about atheism and religious skepticism.
- Deep Thoughts —
Mojoey speaking what’s on his mind about religion.
- Friendly Atheist —
Trying to give an even more friendly face than usual to atheism.
- Sean the Blogonaut —
One person’s little bit of sanity, regaling us with excerpts from his life and criticisms of religion.
- State of Protest —
An online journal dedicated to the dissemination of pertinent rational activist information.
- The Uncredible Hallq —
Dedicated to philosophy, science, and religion, with the best blog name ever.
- Glenn Greenwald —
Political blog by Glenn Greenwald on Salon.
- Apple of Doubt —
Wannabe writer, pseudo-intellectual, humanist, and loveable lefty layabout.
- Astroengine —
Aims to find interesting papers, letters, proceedings or online articles of interest and discuss them in an informal, yet informed, crisp blog format.
- Backreaction —
A scientifically minded blog with varying amounts of entertainment, distractions, and every day trivialities.
- a Nadder! —
A jewish atheist blogs the bible and rants about other stuff.
- Wheat-dogg’s world —
Ramblings by a former physics teacher teaching ESL in China.
- US LHC Blog —
Blogging from the US members working on the LHC.
- The Freethinker —
A voice for atheism since 1881.
- Starts With A Bang —
About things that could go bang in the cosmos.
- Not Exactly Rocket Science —
Attempting to make the latest scientific discoveries interesting to everyone by beating jargon, confusion, and elitism with the stick of good writing.
- Quantum Diaries —
Thoughts on work and life from particle physicists from around the world.
- Hurtling Through Space —
About looking at rationality and reason, and challenging dogma.