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.