Catching up on a few interesting articles and blog posts I missed while traveling over Easter:
- The latest issue of New Dawn magazine is out; on their website you’ll find the free article “The Captain Cook Conspiracy“. Note too that ND’s Special Issue #7 has been released with a focus on the paranormal and supernatural.
- A bunch of updates to the Rennes-le-Chateau Research and Resource website while I was traveling: “The Holy Blood of Bruges“, “The Bas Relief of Rennes-le-Chateau” and “Altar of the Church in Rennes-le-Chateau“.
- At Paranormalia, Robert McLuhan has written “The Ghost in the Machine – More from ‘Irreducible Mind’“. Also posted at Paranormalia while I was traveling: “Religion at Easter“.
- In his Sci Fi Worlds column at Binnall of America, Richard Thomas offers his top ten of “Alien Bad Guys“.
- At Histories and Mysteries, Robert Hastings writes about “A UFO Almost Triggered a Nuclear Launch“.
- The Blogsquatcher investigates “Skeptics and Their Skepticky Ways“.
- At UFO Mystic, Greg Bishop asks “Was Bill Moore a CIA Agent?”
- This week’s eSkeptic newsletter features the article “ Sensed Presences in Extreme Contexts“, by James Allan Cheyne.
- At Cabinet of Wonders, Emps looks back on “The Man Who Invented the Men in Black” – Gray Barker.
- Michael Tymn tells of the conversion of skeptic Dr Richard Hodgson to a belief in the afterlife.
- This week’s Binnall of America Audio interview is with William K. Zabel, discussing conspiracy theories about the Columbine shooting (available as mp3/podcast download, or streaming via Flash).
- The Skeptiko podcast with Alex Tsakiris features a “Psychic Detective Smackdown“.
- Filip Coppens investigates massive meteor impacts on his website. Also, from last week: “The Power of Sedona“.
- The Psychedelic Salon is featuring a podcast of Terence McKenna’s talk, “What Science Forgot“.