James Cameron, et tu?

James Cameron’s coming out with his own version of The Da Vinci Code in the form of a documentary that says Jesus was never resurrected, and that he had a son by Mary Magdalene.

Snore.

This CNN article says that archaeologists and religious scholars are skeptical of Cameron’s claims:

“How possible is it?” Pfann said. “On a scale of one through 10 — 10 being completely possible — it’s probably a one, maybe a one and a half.”

While you’re wasting your time with me, check out this amazing story of a piano plagiarist. Joyce Hatto passed off scores of recordings by others as if they were her own, and the scandal was only discovered after her death of cancer last year.

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UPDATE: Scott points out that Hatto’s scandal makes Milli Vanilli look not so bad!

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2 Responses to “James Cameron, et tu?”

  1. Jon Says:

    I read about the Hatto thing a couple of days ago and was enthralled… dug into all the evidence. Probably spent an hour reading about it. Pretty crazy.

  2. Curly Says:

    I saw it in my RSS feed the other day, too, but put off reading it until it resurfaced for something like the THIRD time. Then I got curious, and I’m glad I looked at it.

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