Tyler Kokjohn Breaks Down The Ebola Epidemic For Us

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The Ebola Epidemic – Simple and Not So Simple Tyler A. Kokjohn, Ph.D. Some aspects of the Ebola epidemic are simple.  Hemorrhagic fevers caused by agents like the Ebola viruses are some of the deadliest infectious disease agents known and there is a substantial risk this expanding epidemic will spread across…

Is There A New Modern Day Indiana Jones In Da House?

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Giorgio Tsoukalos is known around the world as a real life modern day Indiana Jones…. David Hatcher Childress, known as the real-life Indiana Jones to the many fans of his books…. Graham Hancock is an adventurer, a modern day Indiana Jones…. Like a modern day Indiana Jones, Brien Foerster, known for his appearances…

Stan Romanek Arrested For Allegedly Distributing Child Porn

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Finally, I’ve been caught with my pants down. Literally. Just when I thought I knew Ufology’s dirtiest secret of all,  Jack Brewer alerted me to this. He fully expects the conspiracy mill to start churning. Not me. I think this explains Stan’s puppet fetish. Let’s see the aliens get him out of…

An Anthropologist Surveys Alzheimer’s Disease

An Anthropologist Surveys Alzheimer’s Disease A review of “The Alzheimer Conundrum: Entanglements of Dementia and Aging” by Margaret Lock. Princeton University Press, 2013. by Guest Blogger, Tyler Kokjohn, Ph.D. Ignoring well-founded, but unwelcome criticism? – BAD IDEA. I wonder what Dr. Lock was thinking when she published this book. It is not a light read and a … Continue reading

Missing More Than Time

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A review of The Alien Abduction Files by Kathleen Marden and Denise Stoner, The Career Press, Inc., 2013. by Guest Blogger, Tyler Kokjohn Overview The book covers the traditional fare of alien abductions including hypnosis, a broad range of strange events, missing time and nefarious medical procedures.  However, the authors added…

Catching Up With Dr. Ketchum’s Bigfoot Research

Chastising the scientific community for not peer-reviewing one’s paper on Bigfoot? Be careful what you wish for, cryptozoologists, this can be a BAD IDEA. – J. Vaeni   Review of “Novel North American Hominins, Next Generation Sequencing of Three Whole Genomes and Associated Studies,” Ketchum et al., 2012 by Guest Blogger, D. Ellen K. Tarr, … Continue reading

Science Catches Up With Ufology

The Unexamined Hypothesis by Guest Blogger, Tyler Kokjohn, Ph.D. By the time Albert Einstein published his theory of general relativity in 1915 he had already achieved acclaim for a series of ideas that revolutionized the field of physics. Despite these impressive prior accomplishments, his perspective was too radical for many to accept without direct proof … Continue reading

Michael. Prince. It’s A Whole New Take On ‘Bad.’ [Part 2 of 2]

Crunching the Super-Narrative – the Strange Case of James Casbolt, aka Michael Prince (of Lies) Part 2 of 2 by Guest Blogger, Colin Reid   To the best of my knowledge – and in the gap of 5-or-so years between his first two interviews with Miles Johnston – James Casbolt,  who at some point along … Continue reading

The Artist Formerly Known As Michael Prince Sings A Familiar Song. Or Two. Or Eighteen. [Part 1 of 2]

Crunching the Super-Narrative – the Strange Case of James Casbolt, aka Michael Prince (of Lies) Part 1 of 2 by Guest Blogger, Colin Reid Combining bits of every conspiracy theory ever told into one “true story” of which you are the star? BAD IDEA. Let me tell you a story. A really big, complicated story. … Continue reading

Making Franken Sense

Franken Century 3 by Guest Blogger, Dr. Tyler Kokjohn Rapidly advancing capabilities of biotechnology promise to give humankind almost unimaginable powers to manipulate living organisms. Perhaps even death itself will soon lose some dominion over us. While these new abilities will be awesome they also carry great risk. Not recognizing that even the respected scientific … Continue reading