The internet is a vast and, oftentimes, disorganized place. Separating the useful information from the non-useful info can be a real hassle. That’s why many people use RSS feeds.
Luckily for you, we’ve collected some links to information you may find useful, all in one place.
More will be added as we come across useful content. Feel free to share with us some links you’ve found useful, and we’ll add those too!
American Science Alliance: Science Policy Analysis
Phys.org: Science and technology news
Party of Reason and Progress: A recently-launched political party aiming to bring more evidence-based legislature and politicians to government
NASA @ Home and City: See how NASA has affected your life
Genetic Literacy Project: Information about genetics research, disentangled from ideology
Crap Detection 101: A nicely written article detailing many ways to detect “crap” on the internet
Snopes: I’m sure we’ve all heard quite a bit about Snopes
Science-Based Medicine: Analysis of pseudo-scientific claims in medicine
The Committee for Skeptical Inquiry: Promoting scientific inquiry and scientific education
Skeptical Raptor: A fantastic site that details logical fallacies and how to determine pseudoscience from real science
Carl Sagan’s Baloney Detection Kit: A good toolkit for determining fact and fiction online
Govtrack.us: Tracking your representatives’ actions
Opensecrets: Investigating money in politics
C-Span: The most objective source for political news
Follow the Money: Follow campaign contributions and where they go
Media Bias Fact Check: Media Bias Fact Checking