Fortean Blogscan 11-02-2009By Gregon Wednesday, February 11th A strange assortment to get you through the week… Neil Arnold interviews Nick Redfern on his Monster! blog. Both of these strange gentleman appear in the upcoming Darklore Volume 3. Michael Tymn reports on “What the Spirits Told the Professor“. The latest Skeptics’ Guide to the Universe podcast features discussion of the new Singularity University, and an interview with Massimo Pigliucci. The UFO Mag blog has a rant from Robert Hastings regarding “More BS from CSI on Big Sur“. Karl Shuker does a roll call of “Deities of the Canine Kind” at ShukerNature. The latest article on Philip Coppens’ website is “Avebury-Stonehenge: A Scale Model of Atlantis?” This week’s eSkeptic newsletter features “Fire in the Sky” by Jeff Medkeff and Martin Rundkvist, about a possible Sumerian observation of an asteroid impact. Binnall of America Audio returns with a podcast interview with Ken Gerhard on Thunderbird sightings. Daniel Pinchbeck writes about “The Age of Uncertainty” in his latest column for Conscious Choice. UFO Casebook #245 is now online. Stephen Larsen is ‘Author of the Month’ at Graham Hancock’s website, and he’s contributed an article on “Why (Some Think) the Gods Must Be Crazy“. At Cosmic Spoon, Daz provides “33 key SRI Remote Viewing Project/Reports in One File” The Rhine Research Center have released their latest newsletter (PDF) on developments in psi research. Richard Thomas interviews cryptozoologist Richard Freeman on his Room 101 blog at BoA. The latest Paracast podcast features Scott Corrales on UFO sightings in Latin America. Cabinet of Wonders (#2) discusses conjoined twins in their latest article, “How Twins Go Bad“. At Pharyngula, P.Z. Myers gets cranky (now there’s a change…) about the “Singularly Silly Singularity“. Crop Circle researcher Colin Andrews tells the strange tale of the “Encounter at Cheesefoot Head“. Enjoy!