Religion Science

Updated African science and skepticism blogroll

As curated by Michael Meadon over at Ionian Enchantment, here is the updated list of African blogs focusing on science and skepticism. Please get in touch with Michael if you know of any others that merit inclusion on the list.

  • 01 and the universe
  • Acinonyx Scepticus
  • Amanuensis
  • ASSAf Blog
  • Botswana Skeptic
  • Bomoko and other nonsense words
  • Can Like To Have It
  • Chris McEvoy
  • Communicating Science, the African Way
  • Defollyant’s AntiBlog
  • Deon Barnard
  • Digital Immigrant
  • Effortless Incitement
  • Ewan’s Corner
  • Expensive Beliefs
  • Fluxosaurus’s Blog
  • Freethought Kampala
  • Geekery
  • Grumpy Old Man
  • Health Frog
  • Ionian Enchantment
  • Lenny Says
  • Legends From a Small Country
  • Leo Igwe’s Blog
  • Limbic Nutrition
  • McBrolloks
  • Nathan Bond’s TART Remarks
  • Orion Spur
  • Other Things Amanzi
  • Pickled Bushman
  • Psychohistorian
  • Quitstorm
  • Reason Check
  • Retroid Raving
  • Roy Jobson
  • Science Blog
  • Scorched
  • Somali Atheism
  • Stop Danie Krügel
  • Sumbandlila Mission Blog
  • Synapses
  • Tauriq Moosa
  • The Joys of Atheism
  • The Science Of Sport
  • The Skeptic Black Sheep
  • The Skeptic Detective
  • Updendo Wa Asili
  • Waxing Apocalyptic
  • White Whale Holy Grail
  • By Jacques Rousseau

    Jacques Rousseau teaches critical thinking and ethics at the University of Cape Town, South Africa, and is the founder and director of the Free Society Institute, a non-profit organisation promoting secular humanism and scientific reasoning.

    Comments are closed.