What I read

Based on this post and the idea by others.

Primarily or wholly Danish news sources

I keep up to date with a bunch of Danish newspapers. I shud probably add a few more. Especially local newspapers are currently missing.

Politiken http://politiken.dk/rss/senestenyt.rss

Popular Danish newspaper. Used to be thought of as being centric/social-liberal. General purpose.

Danmarks Radio http://www.dr.dk/nyheder/service/feeds/allenyheder

Public service news source. General purpose.


Similar to Danmarks Radio, except that it is privately owned (AFAIK).

Jyllands Posten http://jp.dk/rss/topnyheder.jsp

Newspaper. Usually thought of as being a bit on the right side of the political spectrum. General purpose.

Berlingske http://www.b.dk/seneste/rss

Similar to the above.

Ingeniøren http://ing.dk/rss/nyheder

Newspaper targeted at engineers and science-interested people.


Newspaper targeted at left-leaning academics (most of them).


Tabloid-ish newspaper targeted at worker-class males.


Same as above.


Meta-newspaper targeted at liberal (european sense) people. Often just links to other newspapers or sources of information along with short commentaries. But also sometimes publishes essays. A very active comment section.

Anne Sophia Hermansen’s blog http://annesophia.blogs.berlingske.dk/feed/

A female blogger interested in gender politics. Right-leaning.

Technology, copyright, patent, gaming oriented sources

TorrentFreak http://feed.torrentfreak.com/Torrentfreak/ – feed2: http://feeds.feedburner.com/TorrentfreakBits?format=xml

News, comments to news and essays about things related to copyright, patent, file-sharing and related politics.

Techdirt http://feeds.feedburner.com/techdirt/feed

Similar to the above, but has a more broad focus. Is more often updated.

Falkvinge.net (&co) http://feeds.falkvinge.net/Falkvinge-on-Infopolicy?format=xml

Similar to the two above, but is run by members of pirate parties. Is more evengelical.

Ars Technica http://feeds.arstechnica.com/arstechnica/index?format=xml

General purpose tech and science news.

Wired http://feeds.wired.com/wired/index?format=xml

Similar to the above, but with less science and more tech news.

Newz.dk http://feeds.newzmedia.dk/c/32893/f/582669/index.rss

Danish tech news site. Has a lively comment section.

Railgun.dk http://feeds.newzmedia.dk/c/32893/f/582683/index.rss

Sister-site to newz.dk. Focuses on news related to gaming.

Guildwars 2 blog http://www.guildwars2.com/en/rss.xml

Blog related to the development of the upcoming game, Guild Wars 2.

Arena.net http://www.arena.net/blog/feed

Related to the above. Blog of the company that made Guild Wars 1 and is currently developing Guild Wars 2.

Science related news sources

Information Processing http://infoproc.blogspot.com/feeds/posts/default

Blog of a professor of fysics who often comments on other things. Usually psychology and behavioral genetics.

Evolutionary Psychology journal http://feeds.feedburner.com/EvolutionaryPsychology?format=xml

Feed with papers published in the journal. Open access.

Evolutionary Psychology » Blog http://feeds.feedburner.com/EvolutionaryPsychologyBlog?format=xml

Blog associated with the above.

Gene Expression http://feeds.feedburner.com/GeneExpressionBlog

Science blog about psychology, behavior genetics, population genetics, genetics, politics, history, atheism.


Misanthrope Girl blog http://www.misanthropegirl.me.uk/feed/

Blog of a british girl/woman who is misanthropic.

(Blog&~Blog) http://blogandnot-blog.blogspot.com/feeds/posts/default

Philosophy blog. Mostly about logic and philosophy of logic. Seems to be dead now.

Measure of Doubt http://measureofdoubt.com/feed/

Blog related to rationality, science, philosophy. Run by a bother and sister pair.

Econstudentlog http://econstudentlog.wordpress.com/feed/

Blog run by a friend of mine. Is generally about science in a generalist fashion. Has lots of good links.

Non Compos Mentis http://non-compos-mentis.blogspot.com/feeds/posts/default

Another blog by a friend of mine. Apparently mostly consists of fiction. I haven’t looked closer yet.

Half Sigma http://www.halfsigma.com/atom.xml

Blog related to being contrarian, american politics. Not quite sure.

Clear Language, Clear Mind http://emilkirkegaard.dk/en/?feed=rss2

The blog ur reading. :)

Klart Sprog, Klart Sind http://emilkirkegaard.dk/da/?feed=rss2

Sister-blog to this blog. Mostly about the same things except in Danish. More focus on Danish news.

Fun stuff

xkcd.com http://xkcd.com/rss.xml

Science oriented webcomic.

chaospet http://chaospet.com/feed/

Philosophy oriented webcomic.

Mimi and Eunice http://feeds.feedburner.com/MimiAndEunice?format=xml

Copyright related webcomic.

RokokoPosten http://feeds.feedburner.com/Rokokoposten?format=xml

A Danish counterpart to Onion News. A satire newspaper.

Cyanide and Happiness http://feeds.feedburner.com/Explosm

Webcomic for depressive, cynical people.

Researchers of particular interest

Intelligence researchers

  • Arthur Jensen
    g-factor, race and intelligence (black-white), society and intelligence, heritability of intelligence, biological correlates of intelligence, elementary cognitive tests (ex. simple/choice reaction time) and intelligence

  • Linda Gottfredson
    g-factor, Race and intelligence, intelligence and society, intelligence and jobs, intelligence and health

  • Richard Lynn
    Sex and intelligence, sex and group factors, race and intelligence (world-wide), eugenics

  • Philip Rushton
    Race and intelligence (black-white-east asian)

  • Sandra Scarr
    Race and intelligence

  • Heiner Rindermann
    Intelligence and society, national comparisons

  • Helmuth Nyborg
    Sex and intelligence, hormones and intelligence, social aspects of intelligence research

  • Robert Plomin
    Behavioral genetics

  • Thomas Bouchard
    Behavioral genetics


Evolutionary psychology

  • David M. Buss
    Sex differences,

  • Anne Campbell
    Feminism and evolutionary psychology, sex differences,

  • Steven Pinker
    Polymath integrater

  • Lee Ellis

    Sex differences




  • John P. A. Ioannidis
    Meta-science: publication bias, reproducibility

  • Ilya Somin
    Political theory (democracy)

  • David Nutt
    Brain science, drug policy, all things drug related