Tuesday Blogscan 09-12-2008By Gregon Tuesday, December 9th A strange assortment to get you through the week… Binnall of America Audio this week talks to Gian Quasar about the mythos of the Bermuda Triangle. At Paranormalia, Robert McLuhan continues to detail the “Unengaged, Implausible, Illogical” skeptical arguments. Michael Tymn interviews afterlife researcher Dr Carlos Alvarado on his blog. Brian Dunning complains that “Stanton Friedman Doesn’t Like Me” at SkepticBlog. Andrew Gough offers the “Confessions of a Rinpoche” at Arcadia. At Reality Sandwich, Ido Hartogsohn discusses the concept of “A Psychonaut License: The Psychedelic University“. Kevin Randle critiques “Bad Astronomy and UFOs” on his blog, A Different Perspective. See my own thoughts here. The latest Skeptics’ Guide to the Universe podcast features news on the Ivory-Billed Woodpecker and discussion of DNA from hair. Cabinet of Wonders takes you on”A Trip to the Zooform” with Darklore contributor Neil Arnold. Richard Thomas investigates “H.G. Wells and the New World Order” at Binnall of America’s Room 101. Daniel Brenton says “So Long, and Thanks for All the Grays” to Alien Worlds Magazine. Anthony North discusses “Storytelling and the Paranormal” at Beyond the Blog. Enjoy!