Leftover Links for 26 February 2013

Busy news day, everyone. Check out the ones that I collected into your Leftover Links for today.

SyFy should just change their name to the paranormal channel.
Syfy’s New Original Series ‘Deep South Paranormal’ Delves Into Dixie’s Rich Haunted History to Investigate the Region’s Southern Spirits and Ghostly Lore – TVbytheNumbers.

This is criminal if true.
Coast Guard suspends search for missing boaters, citing possible hoax – CNN.com.

Whatever…
World’s best UFO-spotting destinations | The Australian.

Dennis Markuze update: Tim Farley reports via Twitter that “Court is awaiting a psych report on whether he can be held criminally responsible. He’s still free, next hearing April 18.”

A dose of cuteness.
The lamb that looks more like a calf
lamb__rex

I got read this slowly…
What happens when you study conspiracy theories? The conspiracy theorists make up conspiracy theories about you! – denialism blog.

Great piece on SHC
A Fire in the Belly by Colin Dickey – Roundtable | Lapham’s Quarterly.

Oh Pat, NEVER fails for a good laugh.
Robertson: ‘Rebuke’ demons by praying over possessed secondhand clothes | The Raw Story.

I don’t have a thing to say about this one.
Retired McGill University professor convinced that aliens exist | Canada | News | National Post.

Outside Magazine has an infographic on Yeti hunting
The History of Explorers’ Search for the Yeti | Exploration | OutsideOnline.com.

Is it just me or is lightning SO COOL!
Mysterious ‘gigantic jet’ lightning spotted over China – Science.

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  2 comments for “Leftover Links for 26 February 2013

  1. Chris Howard
    February 27, 2013 at 9:53 AM

    To be fair to SyFy they also air BSG BLOOD & CHROME, so…

  2. Russell G.
    February 27, 2013 at 4:12 PM

    I can easily believe that aliens (ET’s) exist. Whether they’re visiting Earth, is a totally separate question.

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