DC’s original IMPROBABLE SCIENCE page. All the older stuff is here.
DC’s goodscience blog is now merged into Improbable Science,so it no longer exists.
Badscience.net Ben Goldacre’s site, with text of his excellent Guardian column too.
If you read nothing else, read this.Ben Goldacre has put together feeds from many good blogs at Badscience Blogs
Science Based Medicine. An excellent new(ish) site.
Respectful Insolence. One of the best US sites, not least their Academic Woo Aggregator.
Notes from Dr. RW. Another excellent US site, and originator of the beautiful term, quackademic.
Here are 33 links aggregated by Coracle at Science and Progress
A big side order of Why
A canna’ change the laws of physics
Action For Autism
Apathy Sketchpad Â» Science And Religion
Beyond The Second Law
consider, evaluate, act
DC’s IMPROBABLE SCIENCE
Dr Aust’s Spleen
Holford Watch: Patrick Holford, nutritionism and bad science
Left Brain/Right Brain
Letting Off Steam
Mugs and money
Pyjamas in Bananas
Science and Progress
The Broken Hut
the quackometer blog
Thinking Is Dangerous
We sell dreams in a bottle
What the hell is this?
Here is my original list of links
QUACKWATCH (highly recommended)
Health Watch (UK)
The quackometer. Andy Lewis’s page
Holfordwatch. A site devoted to supplement salesman, Patrick Holford.
ebm-first.com: One of the best collections of evidence about most sorts of CAM. Positively encyclopaedic.
The Sceptical Preacher. Sean
Kehoe’s site. It has had some good stuff recently
UK-Skeptics’ forum. A new UK forum
UK-Skeptics – The website.
Little Atoms. Website of “Little Atoms” Radio show, broadcast fortnightly
on Fridays from 16:30 to 17:30 on Resonance 104.4 FM . Little Atoms is a live discussion show, Produced and presented by Neil Denny and Richard Sanderson. Little Atoms explores the science of politics and the politics of science. Download their mp3s.
Skeptico Critical thinking for an irrational world
Francis Wheen’s Top 10 Delusions
The Toadstool Millionaires: A Social History of Patent Medicines in America
before Federal Regulation, James Harvey Young
The Medical Messiahs:
A Social History of Health Quackery in Twentieth-Century America James Harvey Young
Boffin productions Greetings cards for Scientists, Mathematicians, Free-thinkers and Sceptics
REASON Rationalists, Empiricists And Skeptics Of Nebraska
Martin Freedman’s Skeptics’ Search Engine.
And one more I just found. Counterknowledge. “Exposing conspiracy theories, quack medicine, bogus science and fake history”. The suthors on this one are a bit of a surprise.
Sense about Science an independent charitable trust to promote good science and evidence in public debates.
Some links to delusional sites that illustrate how the far the CAM lobby has penetrated the National Health Service
The NHS Alliance A goldmine of misinformation
The Prince’s Foundation for Integrated Health Some of the wackiest views on the web.
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