Relatively Interesting promotes science, reason, critical thinking, and the magic of reality.  We point the skeptical eye at pseudoscience, quackery, religion, and the paranormal.

Nothing is off limits, and everything is up for discussion.

We also curate and share the many amazing things that exist in the natural world, the feats and accomplishments that humanity has achieved, and the incredible discoveries our universe has to offer.  Subjects include (but are not limited to!) space, history, geography, geology, biology, chemistry, physics, economics, psychology, language, and how stuff works.

Thing is, the more you read up on the site, the more you’ll learn.  The more you learn, the more you’ll want to read on the site.  It’s a vicious cycle, and we hope you’ll join us.


Go forth, explore the site.  Comment, share, rejoice.

Frequently Asked Questions

How often do you publish new stuff?

Once or twice a week, sometimes more, rarely less.

Do you accept guest posts or user generated content?

Absolutely!  You can learn more about that on our Submissions page.  In fact, we’re looking for like-minded individuals who’d like to contribute on a regular basis.

Do you accept advertisers?

We do, and you can learn more about that here.

Where can I find all the articles you’ve ever published?

Our Archives page lists out each and every article that’s ever been published.  Articles are also categorized nicely on the sidebar.