Sunday, June 1, 2014

Sunday links

Indian guru is either dead or has really good concentration while meditating. (Via Arthur Hlavaty).

Review of three books on conspiracy theories, including Jesse Walker's, although it concentrates on a book alleging that the global elite conceal the behind-the-scenes role in history played by aliens.

Oscar winning actor Jim Broadbent endorses the Cosmic Trigger play fund raising drive. 

Scientists claim to have successfully teleported data.

Robert Anton Wilson's personal ads. 

"If you see her say hello, she might be in Tangier," Bob Dylan sang. I don't know if Dylan ever went to Tangier, but Oz Fritz did, and he writes about recording Sufi music there. 




3 comments:

Oz Fritz said...

Bob, if you're reading this, I did see her and said hello. Thanks, Tom!

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michael said...

The RAW personals (was there more than one page? if so, I missed it) made my day. Gorightly RAWKS for finding this. The pervy ones remind me of ones I put on CL all the time. When people respond, it's either, "Hahahaha! You're one sick mfer!" OR: "Please seek help. Meanwhile, I've reported you to Craigs List."