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EdgeScience 45

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Society for Scientific Exploration
Standard / 8.25" x 10.75"
20 pages Saddle-stitched
Science & Nature
Anomalous Perception, antidepressants, Autism, Intuition, Precognition, quotations, science, sentient plants, sports

THE OBSERVATORY Can Science Regain Credibility? By Henry Bauer

FEATURES Being Donna Williams: Instinctive Sensing as a Crucible for the Anomalous By Michael Jawer

Precognitions in Elite Sports: The Role of Intuition By John Pates

REFERENCE POINT Quote, Unquote By Larry Dossey


BACKSCATTER What About Traditional Ecological Knowledge? Further Thoughts on “Are Plants Sentient?” By Jack Hunter

What Caused the Extraordinary Spiral in LL Pegasi? By Chris Savia

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