A strange assortment to get you through the week…
- Paul Kimball gives the Top Ten UFO Cases which he presented in his documentary Best Evidence.
- The latest Skeptico podcast is an interview with Yale University neurologist Dr Steven Novella, who discusses how collaboration between skeptics and researchers may pave the way for more conclusive findings.
- Erowid.org have a new online book available, “The Brotherhood of Eternal Love” (links to PDF file), by Stewart Tendler and David May.
- Regan Lee (mini-)reports on the The 8th Annual McMinnville UFO Festival, at her blog The Orange Orb.
- Filip Coppens profiles occult artist Jean Cocteau on his website.
- The latest podcast from the Psychedelic Salon is another trialogue from McKenna, Sheldrake and Abraham, on “Morphogenic Family Fields“.
- KurzweilAI.net have Richard Clarke (yes, that Richard Clarke) giving the background to his novel Breakpoint (Amazon US and UK), which describes realistic warfare scenarios in the not-too-distant future.
- UFO Area has “Omphalos – An Ancient Flying Machine“.
- Litmus has a feature titled “Turn on, Tunie, Drop Out…Get Well?“, by Jaime McCutcheon.
- UFO Digest has “Mystery Airships and Alien Abduction in the 1800s” by Michael Naisbitt, and “Hiding Data: Excluding the Folk“, by Regan Lee.
- The latest MAPS News Update is now online.
- SurvivalAfterDeath.org has a new essay ‘from the archives’ (1989 to be precise): “Thoughts on the Decline of Major Paranormal Phenomena“, by the late Dr Ian Stevenson.
- UFO Casebook #256 is now available.
- The Societe Perillos have “Nostradamus: A Visionary Who Was An Initiate?”
- Black Vault Radio interviewed Nick Redfern last week.
- Michael Shermer whispers “The (Other) Secret” in his ‘Skeptic’ column for Scientific American.
- Anthony North looks into the future at Beyond the Blog.