Another busy week this past week and I didn't do a lot of reading, but I did scrounge up a few things to post here. The coming week looks rather busy too, so I don't know how much reading I will be doing this week either. If the history aspect of this blog interests you though, check out my Web of History Tumblr, where I post vintage photographs and little snippets of history throughout the week.
'World's oldest port' found in Egypt - complete with scrolls revealing everyday life for Ancient Egyptians
Stonehenge occupied 5,000 years earlier than previously thought
“Luminous Poltergeist” Filmed by Terrified Witness [Video] -- The video is dark is and I'm certainly not convinced it is anything paranormal...but you can make up your own mind.
Michelangelo's Ugliest Drawing May Not Be His
Mysterious Mt Shasta: High Strangeness on California’s Lone Mountain -- Also check out my post from 2009 titled Paranormal Hotspot: Mount Shasta.
The Conquistadors encounters with Giants
Texas A & M Researcher Helps Discover an "Almost Psychic" Photonless Communication
Babies Have Consciousness, Study Finds -- I didn't know anyone had ever even questioned this. Some interesting information in the article though.
Reactivating memories during sleep
Science Of Neuromarketing Helping Advertisers Get In Consumers’ Heads
Kepler-62: A Star System With Two Earths?
Other topics of interest...
TED Flirts with Scientism -- Great article. I thought the emphatic statement that right-wingers are religious fundamentalists was being overly stereotypical, but other than that, a well written piece.
Roaches, Mosquitoes, and Birds: The Coming Micro-Drone Revolution -- Think you have a roach problem? Might be Big Brother instead.
Anonymous set to establish news website after successful fundraiser
SMELLY SUER - Church Wins Row Over Flatulent Demons -- Maybe instead of being a "suer," he should just check the sewer?
Was Marina Chapman really brought up by monkeys?
Practical magic -- Michael Prescott writes about his interest in NDE research.