25 Best Skeptic Blogs and Websites
Here are 25 Best Skeptic Blogs you should follow in 2023
Santa Barbara, California, US
Skeptic magazine is a leading international publication. The Skeptics Society is devoted to promoting scientific skepticism and resisting the spread of pseudoscience, superstition, and irrational beliefs.
179.1K⋅ 209.4K ⋅1 post / week Get Email Contact
Skeptical Science is a non-profit science education organization registered as a 501(c)(3) in the U.S., with the goal of raising public understanding of climate change. This is achieved through the publication of information and resources for educators, communicators, scientists, and the general public.
Also in Climate Change Blogs
180.8K⋅ 23.4K ⋅1 post / day Get Email Contact
3. The Skeptic
Liverpool, England, UK
The Skeptic is the UK's longest-running publication offering skeptical analysis of pseudoscience, conspiracy theory and claims of the paranormal.
3.1K⋅ 30K ⋅1 post / week Get Email Contact
Oakland, California, US
Skepchick was founded by Rebecca Watson in 2005 to discuss science and skepticism from a woman's perspective. Over the years, it's grown to be a home to dozens of writers who tackle those issues as well as progressive politics, feminism, and social justice.
Also in Feminist Blogs
21.7K⋅ 25.2K ⋅3 posts / week Get Email Contact
Trumansburg, New York, US
Skeptophilia - the love of logical thought, skepticism, and thinking critically. Being an exploration of the applications of skeptical thinking to the world at large, with periodic excursions into linguistics, music, politics, cryptozoology, and why people keep seeing the face of Jesus on grilled cheese sandwiches.
5.3K ⋅1 post / day Get Email Contact
Amherst, Massachusetts, US
For a fast-growing number of discriminating persons, the Skeptical Inquirer is a welcome breath of fresh air, separating fact from myth in the flood of occultism and pseudoscience on the scene today. This dynamic magazine, published by the Committee for Skeptical Inquiry, tells you what the scientific community knows about claims of the paranormal, as opposed to the sensationalism often presented by the press, television, and movies.
Also in Science Magazines
148.9K⋅ 49K ⋅1 post / month Get Email Contact
New South Wales, Australia
We aim to play a key role in rational and intelligent public discourse on science and medicine, and serve as a hub for skeptical activities in Australia. The Skeptical movement in Australia is a loose confederation of groups and individuals who are interested in and regularly investigate pseudo-scientific and paranormal claims from a responsible scientific viewpoint.
4.8K⋅ 4.7K ⋅1 post / month Get Email Contact
Daily Sceptic includes sceptical articles by disaffected journalists and academics - including citizen journalists and independent scholars - about a range of public policies that are supposedly based on science or data or evidence, where 'the Science' is being invoked as a source of unassailable authority, but which often appear to be rooted in a covert political agenda.
3.1K⋅ 26.4K ⋅4 posts / day Get Email Contact
You can be at the cutting edge, because this is not a domain restricted to the scientific community. The secret is simple, just be skeptical and practice critical thinking.
2 posts / week Get Email Contact
The SGEM faculty and guest skeptics try to cut the KT gap from over ten years down to less than one year. It does this by using social media to provide you with critical appraisals of the recent literature. The ultimate goal of the SGEM is for patients to get the best care, based on the best evidence.
2 posts / week Get Email Contact
11. Skeptic Ink
Skeptic Ink is an independent outlet for scientific skepticism discourse. We are a diverse cast of writers, academics, philosophers, activists, and professionals writing on a broad range of topics but with concentrations in secularism and religion, philosophy, social justice, and social sciences.
1.7K⋅ 836 ⋅1 post / month Get Email Contact
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, US
Welcome to my blog! I'm Rebekah, a lifelong student, curious atheist, and creative introvert. I love to read and write about social justice, atheism, religion, science (especially human evolution), and the ever-inspiring words of Carl Sagan. Join me as I use skepticism and critical thinking to seek out that which is nonfiction while exposing fiction and pseudoscience for what they are.
Also in Book Blogs, Nonfiction Blogs
1.9K ⋅1 post / week Get Email Contact
Strolling with a skeptical biochemist. Larry Moran is a Professor Emeritus in the Department of Biochemistry at the University of Toronto.
3 posts / month Get Email Contact
I'm Joseph. I was an evangelical Christian for over a decade, completely convinced that God was real and Jesus was alive today. I was wrong. I no longer believe in a personal God or that Jesus was born of a virgin, worked miracles, and rose from the dead. I don't believe in heaven or hell, angels or demons, holy books or prophecy. I don't believe the earth was created 6,000 years ago, or that God intelligently designed every species. I now consider myself an atheist and a skeptic. Follow my reasonable blog on atheism, religion, science, and skepticism.
Also in Atheist Blogs
3 posts / year Get Email Contact
Your daily fix of neuroscience, skepticism, and critical thinking. The NeuroLogicaBlog covers 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.
1 post / month Get Email Contact
My name is Elizabeth Liddle, and I started this site to be a place where people could discuss controversial positions about life, the universe and everything with minimal tribal rancour. My motivation for starting the site has been the experience of trying to discuss religion, politics, evolution, the Mind/Brain problem, creationism, ethics, exit polls, probability, intelligent design, and many other topics in venues where positions are strongly held and feelings run high.
2 posts / week Get Email Contact
A Skeptic's Path to Enlightenment brings the inner science of Buddhist meditation to twenty-first century people hungry for happy, meaningful lives. It is a secular approach to meditation that requires no belief beyond our current understanding of science and psychology.
Also in Meditation Podcasts
2.1K⋅ 164⋅ 65 ⋅1 post / week ⋅ Jan 2020 Get Email Contact
Johnston, Iowa, US
A discussion of faith, belief and religion for people who have given up on God and/or religion. The blog, published every Thursday, is meant to show that faith and skepticism are not mutually exclusive.
1 post / day Get Email Contact
Ethical skepticism is a pro-science paradigm shift challenging pseudo-skepticism, its agency and cultivated ignorance.
184.6K ⋅1 post / month Get Email Contact
Encouraging curious minds and promoting rational enquiry. Our goal is 'to encourage curiosity and promote rational thinking', hence the positive title of the organisation. At the same time, this inevitably means battling against irrationality and pseudoscience. We are pro-science and pro-evidence, which means we are anti-woo and anti-quack. In short, we like skepticism, but not cynicism. We like nerds and geeks, but we hate bogus things without a jot of evidence.
3.5K⋅ 7.7K Get Email Contact
21. Scepticemia Blog
Baltimore, Maryland, US
Musings of a Skeptic Oslerphile. I am Pranab - a recently graduated physician, who believes that the first step to knowledge begins with the cultivation of skepticism. In this blog, I talk about my brush with affairs that leave me skeptic. Or asking for more.
877⋅ 3.1K ⋅4 posts / year Get Email Contact
22. Token Skeptic
Tune into the Token Skeptic for a slightly more skeptical look at stories in the news, urban legends, good science, pseudoscience, and what makes popular culture pop.
1.5K⋅ 988 ⋅1 post / year Get Email Contact
23. Bad UFOs
San Diego, California, US
A skeptical blog about UFO claims, aliens, etc. Reflections on UFOs, skepticism, and practically anything else by Robert Sheaffer, author of the book 'Bad UFOs,' plus the 'Psychic Vibrations' column in The Skeptical Inquirer.
2 posts / quarter Get Email Contact
24. Skeptic in Qatar
Doha, Ad Dawhah, Qatar
I'm Glen McKay. In 2006 I moved to Qatar and things are not what many people in North America would expect - it is not like how the Middle East is portrayed in the media. I'm also a fan of skepticism and science so wondered how this works here in Qatar.
11 posts / year Get Email Contact
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