Bad ScienceBad Science points out well understood phenomena which are persistently presented incorrectly by some teachers and writers. Some of the examples presented here are: raindrops are not teardrop-shaped, the difference between the greenhouse effect and global warming, and heat lightning is just ordinary lightning.
Fallacy FilesFallacy Files
This collection of bad logical arguments and reasonings provides an explanation of each named fallacy with real-life examples.
Skeptic's DictionaryA collection of strange beliefs, amusing deceptions and dangerous delusions that contains mass media funk, mass media bunk, internet bunk, suburban myths and things that are too good to be true.
Skeptic: Extraordinary Claims, Revolutionary Ideas, and the Promotion of ScienceSkeptic: Extraordinary Claims, Revolutionary Ideas, and the Promotion of Science
An educational tool for those seeking clarification and viewpoints on controversial ideas and claims, their library (click on the reading room tab) has links to free online articles on, skepticism, science, science history, pseudoscience, religion, social forces and pseudohistory.
National Center for Science EducationProvides information and advice as the premier institution dedicated to keeping evolution and climate change in the classroom, and for keeping out creationism and climate change denial.
Skeptical ScienceGetting skeptical about global warming skepticism. Their goal is to explain what peer-reviewed science has to say about global warming.
Dihydrogen Monoxide Research DivisionThe controversy surrounding dihydrogen monoxide has never been more widely debated, and the goal of this site is to provide an unbiased data clearinghouse and a forum for public discussion.