A few things to keep you busy over the weekend...
- At Paranormalia, Robert McLuhan investigates "Animals and Earthquakes".
- Mac Tonnies takes on the oil and water mix of "The SETI Institute and UFOs".
- The latest 'Aqua Corner' podcast interview at Filip Coppens' website is with famed 'ayahuasca anthropologist' Jeremy Narby, author of the The Cosmic Serpent (Amazon US and UK).
- Daniel Pinchbeck and Sharon Gannon go toe-to-toe in this video recording of their co-presentation "Asanas and Ayahuasca" (Google video).
- Paul Kimball takes to the infamous Condon Report on UFOs with a hatchet.
- At Cabinet of Wonders, Emps continues his exploration of the occult during wartime, discussing the recent news that the Allies were "Studying the Nazi's Stars".
- The latest eSkeptic newsletter features Michael Shermer's LA Times op-ed on Scientology.
- Greg Bishop discusses the infamous 'Aviary' which sits at the heart of many-a-UFO-conspiracy.
- Transhumanist pundit George Dvorsky educates with "Seven Ways to Control the Galaxy with Self-Replicating Probes".
- Intangible Materiality waxes philosophical with paranormal happenings in "Some Musings on Quantum Events".
- The CFZ's Jon Downes guest-blogs at UFO Mystic, discussing "The Island of Mystery".
- Aintitcool.com has some harsh words in its review of 10,000 BC.
- Greg.org (not related to me) unveils the secret history of "The Moon Museum".
- Diana Reed Slattery offers "Xenolinguistics I: Aspects of Alien Art" at Reality Sandwich.
- It's business as usual for the million dollar challenge in Randi's latest newsletter.
- Anthony North offers an entree of "Cannibalism" at Beyond the Blog.
- Curious Expeditions looks at the history of hermaphrodites in "A Curiosity of the Sexes".
- Filer's Files #10 for 2008 has the latest ufological round-up.