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BORDERLANDS is a quarterly publication of Borderland Sciences Research Foundation. Contents © 1995 by BSRF. Individual articles are © 1995 by the authors.
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Borderland Sciences Research Foundation was founded by Meade Layne in 1945 for the purpose of investigating into realms normally beyond the range of basic human perception and physical measurement.
BORDERLANDS originated as Meade Layne's Round Robin in 1945 and was changed to The Journal of Borderland Research in 1959, finally becoming BORDERLANDS in 1992. BORDERLANDS is an information nexus for thinkers and doers on the frontiers of science and awareness.
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