"We push on into areas of consciousness where the inner mind is the only research tool for making quantitative and qualitative measurements of reality -- whatever that is."
Riley Hansard Crabb
JBR. (Vol. 19, No. 8, Nov. 1963)
This era marks the expansion and solidifying of Borderland Sciences under the directorship of Riley Hansard Crabb. His tenure as editor ran 179 issues (nearly 6000 pages), a period spanning twenty-five years, tracing the peak of the Flying Saucer craze into the New Age and beyond, the shape of research and borderland thought profoundly influenced by the radical social upheavals taking place during decades of grand fluctuation.
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