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Good evolutionist blogs
ScienceBlogs (Biology section) now hosts a number of the previous independent blogs listed below as well as other of general interest to biology, including the "Ask a ScienceBlogger" section. 
See also: Nominations for FAQ-hood
- PZ Myers, Ed Brayton, Reed Cartwright, Nicholas Matzke, et al., The Panda's Thumb - The uber-blog. Contains contributions from some of the bloggers below, and then some. See the Panda's Thumb Hall of Fame here at EvoWiki.
- PZ Myers, Pharyngula -- Note: examples given in earlier version of this page seem to have been lost when Pharyngula moved to ScienceBlogs. ...heck, just search the dang blog.
- "AIG busted" *Answers in genesis Busted - Refutation of the well known Young Earth Creationist website Answers in Genesis.
- Carl Zimmer, The Loom -- Zimmer has written many popular articles and books on evolution, and he and PZ Myers appear to read and comment on each other's blogs regularly.
- Jason Rosenhouse, EvolutionBlog -- Rosenhouse reviewed Dembski's book No Free Lunch in Evolution and is continuing ID criticism in EvolutionBlog.
- El Paleofreak -- A really worthy to read blog, if you understand Spanish.
- Reed Cartwright, De Rerum Natura -- A blog by a genetics graduate student active in the fight against dumbing down science education in Georgia.
- John M. Lynch, Stranger Fruit -- A blog by a biologist and historian of biology at Arizona State University.
- God Fearing Atheist, Ultradarwinian -- A blog by the EvoWiki's own GFA on mostly dinosaur-related topics. (NO LONGER ACTIVE)
- John Wilkins, Evolving Thoughts -- John is a Talk.Origins veteran, Panda's Thumb (above) contributor and a certified philosopher of science looking at Evolution and Creationism from an Australian background.
- Paolo Coccia, Darwin, Darwinismo ed Evoluzionismo -- An italian Blog with also international suggestions of news on Darwin, Darwinism and Evolutionary theory.
- The Evolution Project documents current research into Evolution, countering the creationist claims that there is no research or evidence for evolution, and no applications of the theory.(NO LONGER ACTIVE)
Good blogs where evolution occasionally comes up
- Brian Leiter, The Leiter Reports -- University of Texas, Austin, law and philosophy professor, often castigates creationists; see the section on Texas Taliban Alerts.
- Chris C. Mooney, The Intersection -- freelance skeptical journalist, writes frequently on creationism, including a devastating critique of the Discovery Institute's phony polls.
- Joe Dunckley (Steinsky of EvoWiki), Cotch.net -- discussions of genetics, evolution, cell and molecular biology, the creationists' attempts to invade Britain, other pseudosciences and the fuss about religion.
- Ed Brayton, Dispatches from the Culture Wars -- There are other issues discussed, but evolution, creationism, and intelligent design are the most common subjects.
- Rose Nunez, No Credentials - Former English grad student fed up with awful thinking in the humanities. Often blogs on evolutionary psychology and the arts, especially literature.
- Mark Nutter, Heaven is not the Sky - "Spirituality in an age of scientific awareness"
- Stephen Nodvin, Guns, Germs & Steeled - "Commentary on politics, religion, and science including environmental issues and creationism and evolution"
- Massimo Pigliucci, Rationally thinking - "A running commentary on life, the universe and everything, with particular attention to philosophy, science and pseudoscience."
- Matt Dowling, Ontogeny - "A discussion of science, evolution, the formicidae, life's diversity, and wonder."
- Red State Rabble - "A skeptic's dispatches from the flyover zone." Includes essential reading on the struggle between evolution and creationism in Kansas, USA.
- Tara Smith, Aetiology/ Epidemiology, and the evolution of disease with many topical posts on the science surrounding Avian Flu; as well as posts on the evolution/creationism debate from a working scientist.
- Bad Astronomy is not dedicated to evolution but it has articles on creationist astronomy and cosmology.