PsienceQuest Wiki

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A little while ago Laird set up a wiki section that could be edited by members of the forum. As an experiment, I've set up a page containing a small list of blogs about psi and the paranormal:
https://psiencequest.net/wiki/Blogs

I'm sure there are plenty more relevant blogs online, but on the other hand I think the list would benefit from being categorised a bit (though most of them will probably come under "general"). 

If anyone wants to add to the list or reorganise it, they're welcome to do so. Alternatively if people prefer to post suggestions here I'll be happy to edit the page.
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http://whitecrowbooks.com/michaeltymn/

https://hayleyisaghost.co.uk/

https://www.anomalist.com/
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(2018-06-25, 11:11 AM)Kamarling Wrote: http://whitecrowbooks.com/michaeltymn/

https://hayleyisaghost.co.uk/

https://www.anomalist.com/

Thanks for these. I've added them to the list.
Mining the Media: Blogs section of the existing Skeptiko Resources wiki page, I was able to confidently add only one entry: Parasociology. There are other potential candidates from that listing though:

If you want to include retired/inactive blogs, Chris, then there's:
  • Dean Radin's Entangled Minds, inactive since mid 2014; "sort of" retired as of 07 July 2016.
  • Craig Weiler's The Weiler Psi, with last post of 23 April 2017, but no mention of the blog being either officially or even unofficially retired.
If you think a blog by John Michael Greer, "a widely read author and blogger whose work focuses on the overlaps between ecology, spirituality, and the future of industrial society", who "served twelve years as Grand Archdruid of the Ancient Order of Druids in America, and currently heads the Druidical Order of the Golden Dawn" might fit, then there's also:
(2018-06-25, 02:50 PM)Laird Wrote: Mining the Media: Blogs section of the existing Skeptiko Resources wiki page, I was able to confidently add only one entry: Parasociology. There are other potential candidates from that listing though:

If you want to include retired/inactive blogs, Chris, then there's:
  • Dean Radin's Entangled Minds, inactive since mid 2014; "sort of" retired as of 07 July 2016.
  • Craig Weiler's The Weiler Psi, with last post of 23 April 2017, but no mention of the blog being either officially or even unofficially retired.
If you think a blog by John Michael Greer, "a widely read author and blogger whose work focuses on the overlaps between ecology, spirituality, and the future of industrial society", who "served twelve years as Grand Archdruid of the Ancient Order of Druids in America, and currently heads the Druidical Order of the Golden Dawn" might fit, then there's also:


Thanks for these. I've added the first three, but I didn't think the last one seemed quite close enough. But of course if anyone else wants it in they can add it.

I also added an old blog by Julia Mossbridge, also unfortunately defunct.
Looks good, Chris. Incidentally, I'm wondering whether "Entangled Minds" and "Hayley is a Ghost" are misplaced, or whether you had a reason to put them where you put them (it looks like you're going for alphabetical ordering).
(2018-06-25, 04:43 PM)Laird Wrote: Looks good, Chris. Incidentally, I'm wondering whether "Entangled Minds" and "Hayley is a Ghost" are misplaced, or whether you had a reason to put them where you put them (it looks like you're going for alphabetical ordering).

I did notice I'd got some of them out of order before, but I hope they are in alphabetical order of title now.
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Being about to make a significant original contribution of my own to the wiki, I wrote up a copyright policy for it. Thoughts?
(2019-06-24, 11:18 AM)Laird Wrote: Being about to make a significant original contribution of my own to the wiki, I wrote up a copyright policy for it. Thoughts?

That seems reasonable to me.
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(2019-06-24, 12:35 PM)Chris Wrote: That seems reasonable to me.

I'm glad it has your approval, because you're currently the only other person who's contributed so far, so your consent was necessary.
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