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Author Archives: Bruno Van de Casteele
You probably all have heard about the English King Richard III (1452-1485), whose remains were finally discovered in Leicester. It was virtually everywhere reported that he was found “in a car park”, where initially a Greyfriar’s church stood. It prompted numerous jokes, / read more…
I’m currently attending the European Skeptics Congress (15th Edition) here in Stockholm (23-25 August). Organised by the Swedish Skeptics VOF, it provides a very diverse line-up of speakers from the European skeptical community (and beyond).
Recently, a news item appeared in the Arctic Sounder about an arctic village that made me think about Brian’s Skeptoid episode Angikuni Lake. The village was habited before Europeans came to Alaska. It’s name is even more interesting than its discovery: Igliqtiqsiugvigruaq.