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Cities on the sea
Columnist: William B Stoecker | Posted on 7-16-2013 | 2 comments
Some years ago I visited Bolivia and travelled on Lake Titicaca, first by hydrofoil and then in a canoe made of bundled totora reeds and paddled by a grinning, ...

Columnist: William B Stoecker | Posted on 6-15-2013 | 0 comments
A few years ago at Brian Hall’s annual Bay Area Conspiracy Conference I met and spoke with Canadian/Israeli/American author and researcher Barry Chamish. Mr. Ch...

Astrology: evidence of an unknown energy?
Columnist: William B Stoecker | Posted on 5-3-2013 | 19 comments
Astrology, the belief that events on Earth are determined by the stars, may be the oldest science…although modern scientists would probably not dignify it with ...

The coup that never was
Columnist: William B Stoecker | Posted on 4-1-2013 | 1 comment
In 1933 Marine Corps Major General Smedley Darlington Butler testified before Congress about a coup being planned against President Franklin Delano Roosevelt by...

Nibiru: the imaginary planet
Columnist: William B Stoecker | Posted on 3-14-2013 | 12 comments
Those of us who research and write about fringe topics like UFOs, the paranormal, and lost civilizations like to think that the so-called "skeptics" who accept ...

Did we land on the Moon or didn't we ?
Columnist: William B Stoecker | Posted on 2-12-2013 | 53 comments
America's manned space program began with Project Mercury, using Redstone and Atlas rockets to send men up on suborbital and later orbital missions. This was fo...

Why does the Earth have a magnetic field ?
Columnist: William B Stoecker | Posted on 1-3-2013 | 6 comments
The Earth’s magnetic field makes compasses function and shields us from dangerous solar radiation. Yet we don’t really know what produces it, and there are many...

The Blob
Columnist: William B Stoecker | Posted on 12-6-2012 | 4 comments
The Blob, a horror film starring a young Steve McQueen, came out in 1958. The film begins with an old man watching a meteorite fall to Earth. He goes to investi...

Columnist: William B Stoecker | Posted on 11-8-2012 | 1 comment
During much of the Middle Ages and the Renaissance in Europe, the Church held a monopoly on religion and philosophy, burning as heretics those (like Giordano Br...

Keepers of the faith
Columnist: William B Stoecker | Posted on 10-3-2012 | 2 comments
The phone rang. My wife answered it and handed it to me…it was a friend of mine, an interesting individual who reacted to a fundamentalist Christian upbringing ...

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