Tuesday Roundup 17-07-2007By Gregon Tuesday, July 17th A strange assortment to get you through the week… Here’s the transcript of last week’s Larry King Live episode on UFOs. Alternatively, check out Tim Binnall’s forthright review of the show (adult words and all). Over at AMNAP, Matthew Cromer tells “Why the Public Distrusts Science“. Plenty of other interesting new postings (and reposts from AMNAP Version 1), so browse the main page. Michael Prescott continues the debate over reductionist explanations in his recent blog posting “Sight and Sound“. John Lamb Lash debugs the Noosphere, and Erik Davis plays Galactic games, both over at Reality Sandwich. Skeptic Randi has posted his latest newsletter. Greg Bishop reviews Paul Kimball’s documentary Best Evidence – The Top 10 UFO Cases at UFO Mystic (see our Daily Grail review also). UFO Casebook #264 is now available online. Anthony North discusses Carl Jung at Beyond the Blog. Michael Shermer’s latest ‘Skeptic’ column for Scientific American is titled “Bad Apples and Bad Barrels“. Regan Lee writes about “The Persistence of Chronic Skepticism” at American Chronicle. And to finish, some piccies from Loren Coleman’s recent 60th birthday. Enjoy!