A Few Good Atheist and Skeptic Links

It's a beautiful planet . . .

No deity required!

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I visit Randi's page regularly. The main page has links to his weekly e-column, the JREF message forum, Randi's e-newsletter sign-up, and much more.

Reaching out to believers by addressing the emotional appeal of religion.

Presented by Ontario Skeptics Society for Critical Inquiry (OSSCI), the largest skeptical group in Canada. Also on their site, the Canadian Skeptics Discussion Forum

A must-read magazine for skeptics! They've got a free email list you can join.
The site contains a number of essays by Michael Shermer, many of them excerpts from his books.

I enjoy the free CSICOP email newsletter. Subscription info available on CSICOP's site.
This is also the home page for another excellent skeptical magazine: Skeptical Inquirer.
CSICOP.org is a growing site, with numerous departments such as The Skeptiseum.

The works of Dr. Massimo Pigliucci about skepticism and humanism. There's plenty of good stuff to read here.

Your Guide to Health Fraud, Quackery, and Intelligent Decisions.

I receive Robert L. Park's weekly column via email, free. Subscription info is here.

Need some help refuting "creation science" silliness? Here's a really good place to start.

Internet radio dedicated to serving atheists, secular humanists, agnostics and freethinkers.

A lovely and entertaining piece of work. Visit their message board to discuss and contribute.

The Skeptical Museum of the Paranormal.

For individuals who do not feel the need for religious beliefs in their life.

The web home of atheist radio host Reginald Vaughn Finley, better known as "The Infidel Guy".

Atheist Radio on the Internet

"a drop of reason in a pool of confusion"

Atheism and science. A few debates in MP3 format.

The story of the first petition to have the reference to God removed from the preamble to our constitution.

Plenty of good atheist, humanist and freethought links.

This guy gets a lot of anti-atheist hate mail!

Artist Michael Cammer looks at the blurring of the line between church and state in the U.S.

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