Links of interest

by András Pintér (HU), Jelena Levin (LAT), Pontus Böckman (SWE)

An independent, weekly show hosted by three skeptics from different countries, representing several organizations and projects. The main focus of the podcast is to support European level actions within the skeptical movement.

 

by Dr. Steven, Jay and Bob Novella, Cara Santa Maria and Evan Bernstein

Weekly science podcast dedicated to promoting critical thinking, reason, and the public understanding of science through online and other media.

 

by Cara Santa Maria

Cara Santa Maria is a science communicator, television host, producer, and journalist. On each podcast episode of “Talk Nerdy,” she sits down with interesting people who may or may not be on your radar (but should be). Cara’s in-depth and candid conversations span a wide range of topics, from science to politics to atheism and beyond.

 

European Council of Skeptical Organizations

News from Europe and Beyond

News headlines from Europe about skeptical activism, mythbusting, science related policy decisions, consumer protection, frauds, health scams, alternative medicine, bad scientific practices, pseudoscience etc.

 

by Dr. Steven Novella

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.

 

Guerrilla Skepticism improve skeptical content on Wikipedia. Improving pages of skeptic spokespeople, providing noteworthy citations, and removing the unsourced claims from paranormal and pseudoscientific pages.

 

by various authors

Its primary goal is to spread and defend the findings of science, to promote rational, critical thinking, to speak out against the spread of paranormal ideas and unproven procedures, to provide assistance to citizens in protecting against fraudulent products and ineffective or dangerous alternative medicine products and healing methods.

 

OSEL (CZ)

by various authors

OSEL (Objective Source E- Learning) is a web magazine for popularization of science.
Its motto is: To be or not to be.

 

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