Martin J. Clemens
We all know that the name of Bigfoot, Sasquatch, is a Native American / First Nations word meaning hairy wild-man, but do you really know the story behind that name?
The term teleportation was first coined by the inimitable father of paranormal research, Mr. Charles Fort in 1931.
2014 was a big year in science. Well, it was a big year in other respects too, but several scientific fields reported some pretty impressive achievements over the past 12 months. The next 12 look to be quite impressive as well. One of those achievements, as discussed here, was the...
Chris Savia highlights recent break-throughs in neuro-imaging that offer unprecedented insight into the mechanics of imagination.
According to her Craigslist ad, which was posted in the Austin, Texas online classified section on December 2, this 76 year old woman must get rid of this cursed sword ASAP.
Thus far, Natawidjaja has identified a large chamber buried by 5-7 meters of soil and sand, and officials are now referring to the site as “a gigantic terraced tomb, which was part of the biggest megalithic culture in the archipelago.” The team is now drilling toward the chamber as a primary goal for this portion of the excavation.
There exists a good deal of misinformation about these spheres, stemming from what appears to be a reluctance to attribute such mastery to the Muslim ruled Mughal Empire.
It’s fairly easy to see how such a legend comes about. It would take only a few instances of crabs with a carapace that even remotely resembled the grimaced face of a warrior to convince a superstitious people that their beloved samurai protectors were reborn
Electricity is fast, but not instantaneous, and it generates a lot of heat. Quantum computing avoids those common problems, while, in theory, offering processing speeds at a quantum level.
There have been, over the years, many stories – urban legends if you will – describing the incredible experiences of people who remain awake for years, decades sometimes.
There hasn’t been a recorded occurrence of an entombed animal since about 1980, so DNA analysis and other modern scientific methods have never been applied to this phenomenon, outside of an examination of the anecdotal accounts.
Conan Doyle’s spiritualist exploits are colourful, to say the least. He supported spiritualism for many years, and wrote prolifically on the subject.
Greg Taylor, a wiser man among many wise men, has asserted in his book that a deterministic world view is flawed. I disagree.
Critical thinking is a two way street. Not only should we be skeptical of wild claims and extraordinary evidence, treating nothing as the truth until it can be confirmed and verified, but we also need to be skeptical of claims made by those who say they’ve solved the mystery!
Pareidolia is responsible for the vast majority of paranormal type experiences, despite what some may prefer to believe.
We’re a fast thinking and reacting lot who have come to accept the ease at which a suburban basement could change into a battleground on which the forces of the evil King Koopa could be vanquished.
The SRMSC has sat empty, in the wastes of North Dakota for nearly four decades, unused and untouched.