Science and critical thinking resources on the web
CaptainDisillusion – “guides children of all ages through the maze of visual fakery to the open spaces of reality and peace of mind.” “Love with your heart, use your head for everything else.”
CosmicSkeptic – Alex J. O’Connor is an amazing and well-spoken young man. The topics he covers range from atheism to flat earth to homosexuality.
Myles Power – A chemist who uses his channel to debunk pseudoscience. Topics range from AIDS denialists, 911 truthers, the anti-vaccination movement and homeopathy. And he’s taken on the Food Babe.
potholer54 – Excellent, excellent channel. Everything is thoroughly, rigorously researched. Topics range from the origin of the universe to the origins of life to climate change to evolution and “epic creationist fails”.
The Science Asylum – Nick Lucid. Educational and a little wacky, covers topics in physics. “It’s ok to be a little crazy.”
SciManDan – Down to Earth (pun intended) rebuttals to flat earth nonsense. “an atheist using Science, reason and logical thinking to promote the proven natural history of Life, the Earth and Universe.”
Wolfie6020 – Straightforward debunking of flat earth nonsense.
Skeptoid – Critical analysis of pop phenomena. This is the best science podcast around. Interesting topics, well-researched, entertainingly presented, and each episode is only around ten to fifteen minutes. If you prefer to read, the website has full transcripts of every episode.
Neurologica blog – Where Steven Novella writes an excellent blog
National Center for Science Education – Defending the teaching of evolution and climate science