A few things to keep you busy over the weekend…
- Graylien discusses “The Invisible Extraterrestrial Hypothesis“, and Emperor chats about “Prophet and Loss“, over at the excellent Cabinet of Wonders.
- The latest Skeptico podcast is titled “No Evidence for Life After Death“, with suicide expert David Lester, Ph.D. Lester is completely incorrect on a number of points, such as his claim that reincarnation accounts never mention the ‘interlife’ period (see Ian Lawton’s writings) and that there is no evidence for when the NDE takes place (see the case of Pam Reynolds etc). His book Is There Life After Death? is available from Amazon US and UK.
- Loren Coleman asks: “Why No Sasquatch Sightings“.
- Nick Redfern discusses “The Ghost Woman of Cannock Chase” at his cryptozoology blog “There’s Something in the Woods…”. While there, check out Nick’s review of Neil Arnold’s book Monster: The A to Z of Zooform Phenomena. (Amazon US and UK).
- Morgan Maher discusses “42 Hours with Buckminster Fuller” at Reality Sandwich.
- Spooky Paradigm has “ The Different Phenomena of the Social History of UFOs and Other Weird Things” (h/t to Orange Orb).
- Michael Prescott suggests that physical mediums have nothing to lose but their chains.
- Erowid.org has a review of Do What Thou Wilt: A Life of Aleister Crowley, by Lawrence Sutin (Amazon US and UK).
- The latest eSkeptic newsletter exposes the vaccination-autism myth.
- Anthony North offers a new article, “Double, Double Toil and Trouble“, at Beyond the Blog.
- Filip Coppens asks: “Where Art Thou, Troy?”
- David Barrett reviews The Druids, by Ronald Hutton (Amazon US and UK), for The Independent.
- Jeff Wells offers part two of his series “Born Yesterday” (Part One is here), at Rigorous Intuition.