Weekend Roundup 02-09-2005By Gregon Friday, September 2nd Plenty of reading material for over the weekend… The late John E. Mack reviews David Grinspoon’s Lonely Planets. My own review of this excellent book can be found here. Whitley Strieber has plenty to say regarding Katrina and the storms (and he isn’t walking on sunshine). Filip Coppens investigates two of the great American conspiracy theories. The Société Périllos has an overview of the writings of Henri Boudet for the PoS researchers out there. Universe Today has a book review of The Tunguska Fireball (Amazon US and UK). The International Survivalist Society presents a 1959 essay from Hornell Hart, titled “Can Consciousness Survive Destruction of the Brain?“. BBC Magazine has a piece on the meeting place between sceance and science. The RRR Group says that Ufology is a joke in yo town (with apologies to Flavor Flav). Mark Pilkington discusses an electrifying 18th century wellness guru. Benjamin Radford from Skeptical Inquirer looks at exorcisms, fictional and fatal. Another review of Nick Redfern’s Body Snatchers in the Desert (Amazon US and UK). Filer’s Files #36 for 2005 has the week’s top UFO stories. Enjoy!