A few things to keep you busy over the weekend...
- Fresh back from the Nexus conference in Australia, Filip Coppens has posted his two lectures online for your reading pleasure: "The Circular Challenge: Crop Circles in 2007", and "The No-Longer Excluded Continent: Pyramids in Europe".
- Cabinet of Wonders (#1) advises you on "How to Fight an Info War (and Win?)" Also at CoW: "Bringing it all Back: Regurgitation for the Nation".
- Andrew Gough is busy "Demystifying Boudet's Tomb" at his Arcadia blog.
- UFO Data magazine is offering a recent issue free as a PDF to show off their wares.
- On his Paranormal Trickster blog, George Hansen has written "CSICOP to CSI: The Stigma of the Paranormal".
- At UFO Mystic Nick Redfern tells the tale of the "Saucer Sisters of the Golden Age", while Greg Bishop writes about "Unproveable UFOs".
- Also, at his Crypto blog Nick Redfern talks to CFZ zoologist Richard Freeman about their upcoming monster-hunting expedition to Guyana.
- Cabinet Magazine provides "A Minor History of Giant Spheres". (h/t Kircher Society)
- Loren Coleman discusses "India's Cow-Eating Trees at Cryptomundo.
- The latest podcast at the Book of Thoth is an interview with Gary A. David. Also at TBOT: "What Really Happened to Apollo 13?"
- Thesop.org has an audio interview with British ufologist Timothy Good.
- Jeff Wells has a new blog entry at Rigorous Intuition, titled "Splendid Isolation".
- Anthony North looks at "Plato's Atlantis" at Beyond the Blog.
- Centauri Dreams features "Self-Consciousness Among the Stars", and Stuart Miller comments at Alien Worlds.
- Cabinet of Wonders (#2) has an article on "Synesthesia: the Flavor of Music, the Color of Touch".
- At his Cosmic Spoon blog, Daz gives his theory on the remote viewing mechanism.
- Paul Kimball discusses the "embarrassing" topic of Nazis and UFOs.
- Filer's Files #43 has the latest ufological roundup.