Tuesday Roundup 30-08-2005By Gregon Tuesday, August 30th A varied list of readings to get you through the week… A conversation with David Anderson, director of the SETI@home project. Is this the truth about Roswell? I’m so confused, I don’t know which truth to believe anymore. Just in case though, Filip Coppens offers some thoughts on Roswell as well. A summary of a recent conference on Consciousness and Teleportation, which featured names such as Stuart Hameroff and Karl Pribram. The MAPS Summer Bulletin is now available with the latest news in psychelics research (never mind the ‘Spring 2005’ heading). Also, the latest MAPS News Update has also just been released. The National Archives of Australia is featuring a well-credentialed 1960 UFO sighting near Maralinga (an atomic test site). Randi’s latest weekly newsletter will keep you on the straight and narrow. The Société Périllos takes a look at Mary Magdalene, Jesus, and Necromancy. Now there’s a topic for Dan Brown… Will Bueche explains the archiving effort to preserve the writings of John Mack. Blair Blake, Los Angeles-settled love-child of Loki and Trithemius, takes you into the studio with TOOL (with images). Any song with sections described as trippy, tribal and metal sounds good to me. Enjoy!