Dutch firm Xlens promotes glasses with colored lenses as a tool for people who have reading problems because of dyslexia. The glasses are claimed to improve reading, but there is no plausible theory behind it and there is no solid evidence whatsoever.
Fringe scientist Ruggero Santilli isn’t pleased at all with a couple of articles I’ve written about his activities. He tried to scare to scare me off with a peculiar letter from his attorney, Joe Parrish from Fortis Law.
Just filmed through a window on which I stuck a small black sticker. Made as an example to show how easily you can make a video like the one of Robbert van den Broeken without having to use more advanced video editing techniques.
15 year old William Gadoury has discovered the ruins of a Mayan city in the jungle of Yucatan following his theory that the Mayans picked the locations of their cities according to star constellations. I have some doubts about this.
A local broadcaster reports that Dutch medium Robbert van den Broeke was arrested on January 6th and was held for three days. Five people have made statements against him for making threats, including at least one death threat. Van den Broeke has quite a history in harassing people, but has always claimed that he is the victim of a hacker.
Two of the foreign scientists who were enthusiastic about the Danish schoolgirl experiment replicated it and managed to get an article about their research published. it did seem difficult to make more mistakes in this experiment, but Marie-Claire Cammaerts and Olle Johansson managed this anyway.
Wim Hof is well known for setting some stunning records in the cold, but in the last couple of years changed his focus to selling his method as a tool to get better health. What is plausible of his claims? And what is true about his claims that his method has gained scientific recognition?