Why EdgeScience? Because, contrary to public perception, scientific knowledge is still full of unknowns. What remains to be discovered???what we don’t know???very likely dwarfs what we do know. And what we think we know may not be entirely correct or fully understood. Anomalies, which researchers tend to sweep under the rug, should be actively pursued as clues to potential breakthroughs and new directions in science.
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INSIDE ISSUE 1 (OCTOBER 2009)
THE OBSERVATORY Doing Science Means Exploring: An Editorial by Henry Bauer
“Surely There’s Nothing Left to Discover” Just Off By a Factor of 1,000 A Mysterious Variation in Radioactive Decay Rates, By Peter Sturrock
Is the Global Mind Real?, By Roger D. Nelson Pyramid Building in the Americas and Other Archeological Anomalies, By William Corliss REFERENCE POINT A Charged Life: Robert O. Becker and Gary Seldon’s The Body Electric: Electromagnetism and the Foundation of Life, Reviewed by Thomas M. Dykstra
Straight From The Gut, By Patrick Huyghe
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