The Science Delusion, the banned TedTalk

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The Science Delusion, the banned TedTalk By Mike Searle, Animal X Rupert Sheldrake is a biologist and author of more than 80 scientific papers and ten books. He was among the top 100 Global Thought Leaders for 2013, as ranked by the Duttweiler Institute, Zurich, Switzerland’s leading think tank. He … Continue reading

The Earl of Haddington, authority on the paranormal dies

From the Daily Telegraph The Earl of Haddington, authority on the paranormal dies The 13th Earl of Haddington, who has died aged 74, was a landowner, conservationist, photographer and explorer of the paranormal. Among his recreations he listed beekeeping, keeping finches and “cerealogy”, by which he meant an expert knowledge … Continue reading

Eagle tries to carry off Australian boy

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  Eagle tries to carry off Australian boy From the BBC   A wedge-tailed eagle tried to fly away with a terrified boy at a popular wildlife show in central Australia. A crowd of stunned onlookers watched the enormous bird latch its talons on to the screaming boy’s head during … Continue reading

Marsupial mole makes rare appearance in WA

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Marsupial mole makes rare appearance in WA From the ABC By Erin Parke Aboriginal women in Western Australia’s north have encountered a strange, silky-haired mole that is only spotted a handful of times each decade. The marsupial mole is found only in desert areas of northern and central Australia, and … Continue reading

Crab hordes heading for Australia

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Crab hordes heading for Australia A marine scientist who was scuba diving off Melbourne has filmed a giant spider crab aggregation on the shores of Port Phillip Bay. Victorian-based aquatic scientist Sheree Marris said approximately hundreds of thousands of crustaceans make their way to southern Australia’s shores between May and … Continue reading

2016 International Bigfoot Conference

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2016 International Bigfoot Conference  In October of 2015, at a conference in Hot Springs Montana, Author Russell Acord, and Ed Brown sat down and started planning the first International Bigfoot Conference.  While they didn’t agree on everything, the one thing they all agreed on was; they had to create a … Continue reading

A Wasp That Turns a Spider Into the Walking Dead

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A Wasp That Turns a Spider Into the Walking Dead by Dr. Elizabeth Mitchell from AnswersinGenisis.org     Spiders turned into zombies by parasitic wasps modify their webs to serve their new masters. When a parasitic wasp skewers an orb spider and glues an egg to its back, she sets off … Continue reading

Fossils shed light on ‘bizarre’ reptile

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Fossils shed light on ‘bizarre’ reptile By Helen Briggs BBC News Fossils shed light on bizarre reptile. A crocodile-sized creature that lived 242 million years ago was the first known vegetarian marine reptile, according to new fossil evidence. Two specimens unearthed in China reveal details of the animal’s skull and how … Continue reading

Cruel and wicked

Help stop this cruel and wicked festival. Shut down the Yulin dog meat festival!   For the Yulin dog meat festival, dogs are stolen from their owners, then beaten or bled to death. They’re hung upside down from hooks, a slit cut from their anus and skin ripped off their bodies, … Continue reading

World’s oldest dog dies aged 30

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‘World’s oldest dog’ Maggie dies at the age of 30 leaving her owner devastated. From the Daily Mail. Maggie the Kelpie, an Australian dog that was thought to be the oldest in the world, has died at the age of 30 leaving her owner devastated. She was the best friend … Continue reading