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The Journal of Borderland Research is the quarterly research publication of Borderland Sciences Research Foundation. Contents © 2000 by BSRF, Inc. Individual articles are © 2000 by the authors. All Rights Reserved. No part of this book may be reproduced in any manner whatsoever without written permission from the publisher, except by writers who may quote brief passages to be reprinted for review or reference. Please write to the publisher concerning requests to make use of any of the materials published in this journal.
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James Borges, Aldrich Daimler
The Journal of Borderland Research originated as Meade Layne's Round Robin in 1945 for the purpose of investigating into realms normally beyond the range of basic human perception and physical measurement. Changed to The Journal of Borderland Research in 1959, the Journal exists as an information nexus for scholars and researchers on the frontiers of science and awareness.
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