BiologyPaleontology

Fairy Fossil Discovered, A.C. Doyle Vindicated

Cryptozoologists have been on the hunt for fossil evidence of fey, more commonly known as “fairies,” for nearly a century. The first photographic evidence of fey was produced in Cottingley, England in 1917 by the young naturalists, Elsie Wright and Frances Griffiths. Sir Arthur Conan Doyle famously sponsored further research …

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GeekeryPaleontologySculptureSkepticism

Imps, Dragons and Skeptical Art

I love monsters. I love magic. I love the idea that we’re living in a world in which such things might exist. Since all evidence seems to point in a much more mundane direction, I build my own. This is a bit about my art projects a story of one …

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Events

We’re Going to Dragon*Con

It’s that magical time of year again. It’s that time when we all dress up and drive across the country to the join our brothers and sisters in the celebration in all that is nerdy in the magical land of Atlanta Georgia. That’s right it’s Dragon*Con time. More than that, …

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illusions

Sunday Morning Illusion

The illusion this week is extra amazing because you can make one yourself. You can get it from Grand Illusions by following this link  

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AI

AI: Paleontological Pondering

We hear the call of the unimaginative regularly claiming that things like dragons and sphinxes and unicorns must have existed since nobody could possibly have made something like that up. That argument might be absurd, but deep down don’t we all have some creature that we wished was real? Don’t …

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