In 1933, a UFO allegedly crashed in Italy which was covered up by the secret organisation RS/33. At the end of the war, the debris would have been seized by the Americans. Documents from the 1930s would be evidence, but their authenticity is questionable.
At the request of parliament, a commission investigated sadistic abuse of children. In its final report, the commission states that it found no evidence to support the existence of satanic ritual abuse networks, but does note that “ordinary” organized abuse is taking place.
Two years ago Ruggero Santilli sued me for defamation. He was not pleased by some sentences in a post I wrote about one of his inventions, the Santilli Telescope. This telescope with concave lenses can detect ‘anti-matter light’, which is something completely different from ordinary light according to the genius from Florida. He also sued professor Frank Israel, chairman of the board of Stichting Skepsis, and my web host, Hosting2Go. The lawsuit has now been settled. I’ll give you an update on what happened in those two years.
From 1985 until 1993 two chess grandmasters, Viktor Korchnoi and Géza Maróczy, played a correspondence game. Quite remarkable because Maróczy had already been dead for more than thirty years when the game began.
The archive of Dutch clairvoyant and healer Gerard Croiset, who became famous internationally as psychic detective, has been indexed and will be made publicly available. Could there be anything of interest in the annotations he wrote about his cases?
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.