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Selected Physics Blogs
Focuses on theoretical physics
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A group blog managed by physicists and astrophysicists that gets into areas other than science
Life on the Lattice
Thoughts on lattice QCD, particle physics and the world at large
Luboš Motl's Reference Frame
The most important events in our and your superstringy Universe as seen from a conservative physicist's viewpoint; gets into non-science issues
Not Even Wrong
A string theory blog; contains a great set of links to other physics blogs
PAM is focused on all aspects of librarianship in the fields of physics, astronomy, and mathematics, with particular emphasis on the control, dissemination, and retrieval of knowledge and information in those areas.
The Quantum Pontiff
Focuses on quantum information science
The String Coffee Table
A group blog on physics
A far ranging blog on physics, politics, and pop culture; includes many links to other blogs