A strange assortment to get you through the week…
- Andy Gough’s Arcadia has a new guest article available, with Dr. Elias Van Kasteel writing on the source of the wealth of Berenger Saunière.
- Conspiracy Times has “Global Warming: Religion, Not Science“.
- Nick Redfern reviews Paul Kimball’s Best Evidence UFO documentary.
- This week’s Binnall of America audio interview is with Chris Styles, the investigator who put the Shag Harbour incident on the ufological map (available as mp3/podcast downloads, or streaming via Flash). Shag Harbour was #6 on the Best Evidence list.
- Emperor looks at some links between a well-known TV show and scientology, in his article “My Name is L. Ron“.
- Jeff Wells concludes that we were all “Born Yesterday“, at Rigorous Intuition.
- The latest podcast from the Psychedelic Salon is Charles Grob on “Psychedelic Research, MDMA Safety Issues, and more“.
- Regan Lee says “I Know, It’s A Waste of Time…“.
- Anthony North investigates the curse at Beyond the Blog.
- Loren Coleman tells you the “Six Rules of Bigfoot Research“, over at Cryptomundo.
- Gordon Rutter tells you how to set up a Fortean society of your own.
- Whitley Strieber goes out on a limb discussing the recent ‘drone’ images in his latest Unknown Country journal entry.
- Daniel Brenton has a new blog entry, “My Standard Model: The Devil You Say“.
- Brad deGraf writes on “The Power of Artificial Evolution“, at Reality Sandwich.
- The RRRGroup say scientists rightly stay away from “The Fringe“.
- UFO Casebook #259 is now online.
- Skeptic Randi has released his latest newsletter.
- The Societe Perillos has “Building the Tree of Life.”