A strange assortment to get you through the week…
- Jeff Nisbet fills you in on what the mainstream media didn’t tell you about the ‘Rosslyn cubes’ (originally printed in Atlantis Rising #65).
- Dean Radin gives a summary on a new paper he has co-authored. Full text here (PDF): “Toward Understanding the Placebo Effect: Investigating a Possible Retrocausal Factor“.
- Forgetomori takes you back to “Operation Saucer, and discusses some new revelations.
- Filer’s Files #41 has the latest ufological roundup.
- The latest MAPS email news update is now available.
- Brian Josephson gives a (cynical, tongue-in-cheek) report on a failure to replicate the Pons-Fleischmann ‘sustained fire’ claim.
- Nick Redern gives his thoughts on “Britain’s Fox Mulder”, Nick Pope.( I can’t see Nick Pope doing Californication though…)
- Michael Shermer embraces “Weirdonomics and Quirkology” in his latest ‘Skeptic’ column for Scientific American.
- Michael Prescott crunches the numbers in a poll on atheism vs theism.
- Cabinet of Wonders (#2) titillates with “Merkins and Kotekas and Codpieces, Oh My!”
- The Societe Perillos investigates “The Coumesourde Stone which is often discussed in the Rennes le Chateau mystery.
- At Rigorous Intuition, Jeff Wells has posted part two of “Blow’d Up Real Good” (part one is here).
- Anthony North looks at ESP in “Sympathy of Souls” at Beyond the Blog.
- Filip Coppens fills you in on “Mitterand’s Great – Unknown – Work“.