There’s method to the madness…
- Entangled Atoms: terrific feature on Dean Radin’s psi research.
- The Edge of Dreaming: PBS documentary (USA only).
- NY Times open discussion: should we manipulate our dreams?
- Cold water poured over Odysseus’s palace discovery claims.
- Evidence suggests it may have been possible to sail across Antarctica. If the Shoggoths didn’t get you first.
- Leaking like your sanity, details emerge of Guillermo del Toro’s big-screen adaptation of HP Lovecraft’s At The Mountains Of Madness (Amazon US & UK).
- Eyewitness account of trolls in Sweden, & Norway’s troll cover-up exposed!
- Monsters of New Jersey by Loren Coleman & Bruce G. Hallenbeck (Amazon US & UK).
- Gargoyles vs Chupacabras: is there a new cryptid prowling Puerto Rico?
- As if vampires weren’t enough; a frightening dragon once ruled Transylvania. More.
- Ancient shaman’s grave may be evidence of feast for the dead.
- Romans wore… socks?! Apparently with sandals, too.
- Wren livers, wolf nipple chips… A Cabinet of Roman Curiosities (Amazon US & UK).
- He’s not the Messiah, he’s a very naughty sun deity named Mithra.
- Eye of Sauron: jaw-droppingly high res pics of the sun’s surface.
- Is the sun emitting a mystery particle? I refuse to wear spandex.
- James Lovelock’s Gaia, standing the test of time (Amazon US & UK).
- NASA on flickr: a fantastic pictorial history of space flight.
- BoA interviews Dr Bruce Maccabee, doyen of UFO research for over 40 years (Dr Maccabee, not Tim).
Thanks Greg & Kat
Quote of the Day:
If you start any large theory, such as quantum mechanics, plate tectonics, evolution, it takes about 40 years for mainstream science to come around. Gaia has been going for only 30 years or so.