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Friday, May 28, 2010

Interviews done

Miguel Conner of Aeon Byte conducted an interview with Anthony Peake (author of The Daemon and Cheating the Ferryman) and me. Am looking forward to it. Will let everybody know when it's posted.

Meanwhile, X-zone interviewed me for their internationally syndicated radio program.

scroll down to the archives

Apple iTunes:


'X' Zone Podcasts :


And Jeff and Guy of Mabus Incarnate also interviewed me.

Wednesday, May 19, 2010

Tuesday, May 11, 2010

Strange deadly fungus, missing microbiologist

A deadly fungus is moving south in the American Northwest, killing people and animals in Washington state, Idaho and Oregon.  The fungus, first found on British Columbia's Vancouver Island, is muchmore deadly than other strains.  The spores can be carried on the wind or on shoes and clothing, and they can be picked up be walking on infected ground. 

So how is this connected to a missing microbiologist?

The same microbiologist, who declined to speak on the record and who recounted extensive fungus work at Fort Detrick, also stated that researchers at Israel's Institute for Biological Research, located in Ness-Ziona about 20 km from Tel Aviv, have worked with the Cryptococcus gatti fungus. They also report that mysterious Israeli-American scientist Joseph Moshe, 56 years old, may have conducted covert studies with the fungus while he was recently living in California. This report concerning Moshe is especially interesting because Moshe was briefly in the international spotlight in 2009 when he was the subject of a spectacular chase and arrest by the LA police department and SWAT team, assisted by the FBI, Secret Service, CIA, US Army and several other unidentified federal officials. That highly unusual arrest has never been fully explained to the media, and the whereabouts of Moshe has remained unknown since its occurrence. Compounding the mystery surrounding the Moshe case is that there is another scientist named Moshe Bar-Joseph who works in Israel and who looks remarkably like Joseph Moshe, except that he is about 20 years older.

Mystery Disease Linked to Missing Israeli Scientist



Sunday, May 9, 2010

Night owls more intelligent, study shows

Night owls are more intelligent than morning larks, according to a study published in Psychology Today

In fact, the later you go to bed, up until about half past midnight, the more intelligent you are likely to be. 

Unlike other species, 
humans, unlike other mammalian species, have the unique ability, consciously and cognitively, to override their internal biological clock and its rhythmic outputs.  In other words, at least for humans, circadian rhythm is not entirely a matter of genetics.  Within broad genetic constraints, humans can choose what time to go to bed and get up.  Humans can choose to be night owls or morning larks.

Why Night Owls Are More Intelligent than Morning Larks


Monday, May 3, 2010

X Zone interview done

May 3, 2010 

my interview will be on the net after 8 tonight
(that might be Eastern Time, or 5 here on the West coast)

I got this message:

Thank you for being on The 'X' Zone

Thank you for being on the show with me yesterday, it was truly a pleasure speaking with you and I am sure our listeners will enjoy our conversation as much as I did.

Your interview is now available on the following sites after 8 pm Eastern tonight:

Apple iTunes:

'X' Zone Podcasts :