Journalist Chris Mooney is Washington correspondent for Seed magazine, covering environmental issues and science advocacy.
RealClimate blog bills itself as a commentary site on matters of climate science by working scientists, boasting the contributions of eleven scientists.
Written by physical chemist and assistant professor of philosophy Janet Stemwedel, Adventures examines the many topics in science that impact philosophy as well as scientists - and occasionally politicians.
Chad Orzel is a physics professor at "a small liberal arts college" who blogs about interesting physics facts and findings, professional football, fantasy, music, humorous tidbits and even dog conversations.
Matthew Nisbet is a social scientist whose specialty is strategic communications in scientific and environmental controversies, but he's not shy of politics either.
Geologist Chris Rowan of the University of Johannesburg offers a nice mix of geological knowledge, "geopuzzles," stratigraphy (understanding the different strata in different geographic areas), geomagnetism and knowledge of various minerals that anyone who likes rocks and landforms will enjoy.
For the Brothers Bleiman (Andrew and Benny) Zooillogix blog is a labor of love.
Subtitled "One Man's Struggle Against Impermanence," Evolving Thoughts is written by philosopher John Wilkins.
Written by an anonymous anthropology BA, Afarensis gets its title from an Ethiopian hominid said to be a transitional between apes and humans.
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