A few things to keep you busy over the weekend…
- Nick Redfern revisits Black Dogs and the paranormal/UFO connection.
- Skeptic Joe Nickell tells how he helped out on the new Hollywood film, The Reaping (for Fortean Times).
- DamnInteresting.com have an article on “Project Alpha and the Spoon Benders“.
- Kevin Randle investigates the alleged debris switch in the controversy surrounding the Roswell incident.
- The latest Skeptico podcast is with paranormal researcher/professional skeptic Professor Richard Wiseman.
- Meanwhile, Matthew Cromer reviews a previous Skeptico podcast (with skeptic James Alcock) in “Not So Well-Informed Skepticism“, over at his blog ‘Science is a Method, Not a Position” (good to see AMNAP back up and running).
- Andy Gough’s Arcadia blog features a new guest article by Corjan de Raaf, “The Three Holy Maps“.
- KurzweilAI.net feature an essay by Wiliam B. Scott, titled “Space Wars: The First Six Hours of World War III“.
- Regan Lee takes on the subject of “Dips and Exo-Politics in her blog here on TDG.
- Michael Prescott takes on “The Unskeptical Skeptic“, (namely, Susan Blackmore).
- UFO Area discusses the “Unknown History of Obelisks” (written by Angus Sutherland). Also while there you can check an article on the Voynich Manuscript.
- The latest eSkeptic newsletter reviews Darwin Loves You (Amazon US and UK).
- Filer’s Files #16 for 2007 has the latest rundown of ufological news.
- Greg Bishop asks “Why Should Anyone Be Interested In UFOs?” at UFO Mystic.
- The Widow’s Son interprets Christianity via astrotheology, in “The Sun of God“.
- SETI’s Seth Shostak wants to harness the power of the Sun.