Weblogs Science in Society

The ramblings of a surgeon/scientist about medicine, quackery, science, pseudoscience, history, and pseudohistory (and anything else that interests him).

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  • Mike the Mad Biologist - Mad rantings about politics, evolution and microbiology.
  • Pharyngula - Evolution, development, and random biological ejaculations from a godless liberal.
  • Aetiology - Discussing causes, origins, evolution and implications of disease weblogs and other science phenomena.
  • Evolution 101 - Transcripts of weekly podcasts aiming to promote greater scientific and evolutionary understanding.
  • The Panda's Thumb - Discussions and critiques of evolutionary theory, science and education.
  • The Bioethics Weblog - Commentary on ethics and the biological sciences, written science by the editors of the American Journal of science Bioethics.
  • ZENSCI - Making Sense of Science - Science and society issues weblog - particular focus on science and religion.
  • All-Too-Common Dissent - Political and scientific commentary on the creation/evolution/intelligent design science debate.
  • Skeptic Rant - Random thoughts on matters political, religious, and scientific
  • Dispatches from the Culture Wars - Thoughts from the interface of science, religion, law weblogs and culture.
  • The Scientific Activist - Reporting from the crossroads of science and politics.
  • Respectful Insolence - The ramblings of a surgeon/scientist about medicine, quackery, science science, pseudoscience, science in society history, and pseudohistory (and anything else science that interests him).
  • Living the Scientific Life: Scientist, Interrupted - Thoughts of a molecular evolutionary biologist.
  • Junk Charts - Weblog disecting media use of graphic charts as science in society means of conveying (or obscuring) information.
  • Unintelligent Design - A skeptical pediatrician\\'s take on child health care, science alternative medicine, weblogs pseudoscience, and sometimes religion.
  • Red State Rabble - A skeptic's dispatches from the flyover zone.
  • Framing Science - Blogging the intersections between science, media and politics.
  • Skeptico - Critical thinking for an irrational world.
  • GMO Africa - Weblog and news on the benefits of genetically modified food.
  • The Questionable Authority - A little weblog about science, learning and life.
  • Evolutionblog - Commentary on developments in the endless dispute between weblogs evolution and creationism.
  • Gender and Computing - Hilde Corneliussen writes about Gender and Computing, works science in society science in society at University of Bergen.
  • Freethought Weekly - Discussions based on a rationalist approach to life.

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