Tuesday Roundup 16-10-2007By Gregon Tuesday, October 16th 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“. Enjoy!