Archive: November, 2009

Peter Jackson’s ghostly encounter

Wellington film-maker Peter Jackson says he saw a real ghost once. In London for the premiere of The Lovely Bones – a film he has directed from Alice Sebold’s story in which a murdered teenage girl gives her viewpoint from heaven – Jackson said he did not know what a real soul was like. But […]

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Review: J.J. Abrams Star Trek

a.k.a. the great Star Trek experiment of 2009 Where do I begin? In a nutshell,  Abrams was a pedestrian choice at best. Just there for the hype. The movie has many makings of an unbelievable film, but the one anchor consistently weighing it down was the grossly overhyped JJ Abrams. Gene Roddenberry must have turned […]

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Jerusalem Diary: Hummus wars

Blobsters, This is hardly paranormal, definitely not from space, isn’t lurking in our Lochs  or northwestern forests… but I love hummus, this is my site, and you’ll just have to deal with it. Love, Mac All over the Middle East people claim hummus as their own By Tim Franks BBC News, Jerusalem WHERE THERE IS […]

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Sting claims he once confronted a ghost

Looks like Sting is finally getting his act together and discussing his  apparitional experiences that we all know he’s had. The fact that Trudie Styler also witnessed the phenomena as well adds weight to his account, though the part about the flying objects and mysterious voices sound more like Poltergeist phenomena, rather than a traditional […]

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Reality 1, Creationists -100

New type of flying reptile discovered Science Centric | 14 October 2009 12:28 GMT An international group of researchers from the University of Leicester (UK), and the Geological Institute, Beijing (China) have identified a new type of flying reptile – providing the first clear evidence of an unusual and controversial type of evolution. Pterosaurs, flying […]

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BREAKING NEWS: FRESH WATER ON THE MOON

We are witnessing history in the making. So its all over the news this morning that what was suspected is very much real. By the bucketful. There is plenty of  water on the moon. Gallons and gallons of it in just a small crater alone. The profound historical significance of this can’t be overstated, as […]

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Darwinian evolutionary theory will help find alien life, says Nasa scientist.

Charles Darwin’s theory of evolution may give pointers in the search for alien life, says a Nasa astrobiologist. By Tom Chivers Published: 11:36AM GMT 04 Nov 2009 Comments 47 | Comment on this article Darwin’s theory of evolution can help us find life on alien planets, says a Nasa scientist Photo: WIKIMEDIA COMMONS – IVO […]

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Hubble’s New Camera Delivers Another Stunner

By Betsy Mason November 5, 2009  | The Hubble Space Telescope’s new camera is returning incredibly detailed, stunning images of space. This close-up view of an area near the core of the iconic Southern Pinwheel galaxy, or M83, shows very rapid star birth. The image to the right of the entire galaxy, taken from the […]

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RIP Robert Rines

This is sad to hear, as I always enjoyed his talks, lectures and articles.. despite occasional silliness (ie; his claim that global warming killed Nessie). Anyways, Cryptozoology has lost a pioneer, and Broadway has lost a talented composer. If you are feeling lousy now from this bummer article, this will cheer you up! Love, Mac […]

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Scientists create ‘haunted room’ experiment.

Blobsters, Check this one out, its a pretty interesting experiment.. though you have to keep in mind it comes from the payroll of Michael Shermer’s Skeptic Magazine, which is known for having a bias of its own that has tainted its articles fairly regularly. I do enjoy their articles from time to time though, as […]

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