Daily Archives: March 2, 2013

Leftover links for 2 March 2013

In addition to the leftover links that you may find interesting, I decided to provide an update of some junk food from the Ketchum camp. There’s Nothing Special About Alternative Medicine – Forbes. Scientology Mythbusting with Jon Atack: That Hubbard TV Ad! | The Underground Bunker. This video highlights the unfortunate children who had to…

Cow falls dead. One footprint found. MYSTERY!

A dead cow and one big footprint. Mystery initiated. First, there was a perfectly healthy cow with a calf and in the morning, she lay dead. There were no footprints from other animals near the dead cow, which looked like it could have been peacefully lying down to catch the last rays of the fading…

Mass illness episode in Jamaica caused by fumes or contagion?

This might be another case of mass hysteria. Chaos! – Mystery fumes cause panic in Kingston. THE island’s environmental management agency was last night still trying to determine the source of noxious fumes that resulted in more than 50 persons, some of whom collapsed, being rushed to hospital in Kingston. Several businesses in the area…

Telepathic mice! No, not really.

First mind-reading implant gives rats telepathic power. The world’s first brain-to-brain connection has given rats the power to communicate by thought alone. The feat was achieved by first training rats to press one of two levers when an LED above that lever was lit. A correct action opened a hatch containing a drink of water.…

Thoughts from the International UFO Congress

We have several reports coming in from the International UFO congress in Arizona. Robert Sheaffer, stalwart skeptical UFO reporter is chronicling it on his blog. Bad UFOs: Skepticism, UFOs, and The Universe – by Robert Sheaffer: UFOs In the Desert, Part 1. Great stuff! And Tyler A. Kokjohn, Ph.D., provided me with this fascinating viewpoint…

Treasure found at construction site in Jamaica?

Hoax or real? Teen finds buried treasure at construction site in Kingston – UPI.com. Jamaican teenager said he uncovered buried treasure dating back to the 1860s while working to clear a vacant lot in Kingston. Michael Taylor, 19, was using a sledge hammer to demolish a concrete column in the lot Wednesday discover what appeared…