Weekend Roundup 26-10-2007By Gregon Friday, October 26th A few things to keep you busy over the weekend… Fresh back from the Nexus conference in Australia, Filip Coppens has posted his two lectures online for your reading pleasure: “The Circular Challenge: Crop Circles in 2007“, and “The No-Longer Excluded Continent: Pyramids in Europe“. Cabinet of Wonders (#1) advises you on “How to Fight an Info War (and Win?)” Also at CoW: “Bringing it all Back: Regurgitation for the Nation“. Andrew Gough is busy “Demystifying Boudet’s Tomb” at his Arcadia blog. UFO Data magazine is offering a recent issue free as a PDF to show off their wares. On his Paranormal Trickster blog, George Hansen has written “CSICOP to CSI: The Stigma of the Paranormal“. At UFO Mystic Nick Redfern tells the tale of the “Saucer Sisters of the Golden Age“, while Greg Bishop writes about “Unproveable UFOs“. Also, at his Crypto blog Nick Redfern talks to CFZ zoologist Richard Freeman about their upcoming monster-hunting expedition to Guyana. Cabinet Magazine provides “A Minor History of Giant Spheres“. (h/t Kircher Society) Loren Coleman discusses “India’s Cow-Eating Trees at Cryptomundo. The latest podcast at the Book of Thoth is an interview with Gary A. David. Also at TBOT: “What Really Happened to Apollo 13?” Thesop.org has an audio interview with British ufologist Timothy Good. Jeff Wells has a new blog entry at Rigorous Intuition, titled “Splendid Isolation“. Anthony North looks at “Plato’s Atlantis” at Beyond the Blog. Centauri Dreams features “Self-Consciousness Among the Stars“, and Stuart Miller comments at Alien Worlds. Cabinet of Wonders (#2) has an article on “Synesthesia: the Flavor of Music, the Color of Touch“. At his Cosmic Spoon blog, Daz gives his theory on the remote viewing mechanism. Paul Kimball discusses the “embarrassing” topic of Nazis and UFOs. Filer’s Files #43 has the latest ufological roundup. Enjoy!