Be this fact or fable, so it stands.
- In his recent UFO-related post, Benjamin Radford confirms my uncanny powers of precognition –Million Dollar Challenge, here I go!!
- Binnall of America interviews Kathleen Marden, where she discusses the 50th anniversary of her aunt Betty Hill’s iconic abduction experience.
- A is for
applealien: Mead alphabet flashcards shows how deep the invasion has already gone (h/t Mike Clelland!).
- GRAIL and the Mystery of the Missing Moon: a TDG-tailored headline courtesy of NASA.
- The Aztecs called gold teokuitlatl: divine excrement. Guess what? they were right.
- The Navajo and Carl Sagan agree: we are star stuff. Take it away, Moby!
- (Slide-show) 9,000-year-old site in Turkey reveals how Man learned to live in a city.
- To George Lucas, all his (Singaporean) employees are nothing but Jawas…
- Freedom, Science Fiction, and the Singularity: a (video) conversation with Hugo award-winning author Vernor Vinge.
- Dolphins talk like humans –although I bet their conversations are deeper. Get it? deeper, because you know… never mind.
- The bong system unit: Did the use of psychedelics lead to the computer revolution?
- 9/11 was good news… for neuroscientists. Made you wink, didn’t I? >:)
- Looky here! Nick Redfern has a new blog: Nick’s Fortean Pic(s) of the Day.
- “Grease Devil” mayhem in Indonesia, reported by Micah Hanks.
- A peer-reviewed journal on Bigfoot?
- Red pill of the day: Domino’s lunar plans –One small step for a franchise, one giant leap to universal obesity.
Thanks to Rick, Kat, Greg & Micah.
Quote of the Day:
“The behavior of a superior race would not necessarily appear purposeful to a human observer. Scientists who brush aside UFO reports because “obviously intelligent visitors would not behave like that” simply have not given serious thought to the problem of non-human intelligence. Observation and deduction agree, in fact, that the organized action of a superior race must appear absurd to the inferior one. That this not preclude contact and even cohabitation is an obvious fact of daily life on our planet, where humans, animals, and insects have interwoven activities in spite of their different levels of nervous system organization.”