Vol. 34 No. 1 (2020)
Published March 24, 2020
JSE SpringAIMS AND SCOPE: The Journal of Scientific Exploration is an Open Access journal, which publishes material consistent with the Society’s mission: to provide a professional forum for critical discussion of topics that are for various reasons ignored or studied inadequately within mainstream science, and to promote improved understanding of social and intellectual factors that limit the scope of scientific inquiry. Topics of interest cover a wide spectrum, ranging from apparent anomalies in well-established disciplines to rogue phenomena that seem to belong to no established discipline, as well as philosophical issues about the connections among disciplines. The Journal publishes research articles, review articles, essays, commentaries, guest editorials, historical perspectives, obituaries, book reviews, and letters or commentaries pertaining to previously published material. The Journal of Scientific Exploration became a Platinum Open Access journal in January 2018 with a CC-BY-NC Creative Commons license and shared copyright with authors. All the content going back to the first issue in 1987 has been made open access. Platinum Open Access means there are no fees to readers and no fees to authors—neither page charges (APCs) nor open access fees. CC-BY-NC means Creative Commons open access license, with full attribution, no commercial use (except exerpts). Excerpts and reuse are allowed with no changes and with a full citation of the original work. An entire article cannot be resold. Shared copyright means the Society for Scientific Exploration shares copyright with its JSE authors. The Journal of Scientific Exploration is indexed in Scopus, Elsevier Abstracts, and the Directory of Open Access Journals (DOAJ).
Full IssueJSE 34:1 (Spring 2020) Whole Iss
ESSAY REVIEW Disappointing “documentary” about Loch Ness Monsters (“Nessies”) (Can good documentaries be made about such subjects?)
The Star Gate Archives : Reports of the United States Government Sponsored Psi Program, 1972–1995. Volume 3: Psychokinesis compiled and edited by Edwin C. May and Sonali Bhatt Marwaha
Beyond Mechanism: Putting Life Back Into Biology, edited by Brian Henning, Adam Scarfe, and Dorion Sagan
Anthropology and Cryptozoology: Exploring Encounters with Mysterious Creatures edited by Samantha Hurn and Chris Wilbert (in the series Multispecies Encounters)
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