I didn’t get much sleep last night after listening to the EVP recording Jameske posted, hearing the dying squeals of the pig in Greg’s ayahuasca doco, and reading Prime Minister John Howard’s election promises.
- Yarr, a cannon has been raised from the wreck of Blackbeard’s pirate ship.
- Mark Levy wrote Fishbone the Potter to encourage children’s interest in the Native American Cahokia Mounds (Available here).
- Greek officials have begun transferring Acropolis sculptures to a new museum.
- Archaeologists are racing to preserve the Obelisk Quarry in Aswan, Egypt.
- Fossilised tracks 315-million-years-old found in Canada are the earliest evidence for the existence of reptiles.
- A 105-feet-long, 4-storey-tall dinosaur has been unearthed in Patagonia.
- An eco-protestor has been banned for life from the British Museum after putting respiratory masks on Terracotta Warriors.
- China sees red over the U.S. meeting the Dalai Lama.
- Is Apple’s iPhone full of toxic chemicals? This apple-a-day doesn’t keep the doctor away.
- They may not be futuristic, but the Freeplay Foundation’s environment-friendly radios will provide a better future for Africa’s underprivileged.
- Risky space tourism gets a boost from aviation safety regulators.
- A koala that looks like it’s smoking a huge joint is visible from space.
- Nick Redfern reports on a link between mysterious stick formations found near Bigfoot sightings, and Goat-Man.
- Here’s a photo of Bigfoot standing next to a hairy fellow named Loren Coleman (snaps of Tim Binnall too).
- If you’re going for a walk in the American woods, be sure to take the Monster Spotter’s Guide to North America by Scott Francis (Amazon US or UK).
- ParanormalMeet is a new paranormal-themed social networking community for research — and for Agent Mulders like me to meet their Agent Scully?
- To describe the X-Files of the Oregon Coast, we must start at the beginning (was that an oxymoron?).
- Do manipulative extraterrestrials have a hand/tentacle in Global Warming?
- New revelations of Operation Saucer, a 1977 UFO controversy from Brazil.
- The CPTR discusses observations of unseen forces in Marley Woods.
- Lui Krieg believes in the healing and meditative powers of crystals.
- A research student regurgitates the same ol’ outdated, closed-minded biases in her review of Stanislav Grof’s When the Impossible Happens. Grof’s book however is excellent (Amazon US or UK).
Quote of the Day
Unlike scientism, science in the true sense of the word is open to unbiased investigation of any existing phenomena.