Posts tagged: fringe science
Borderland Science is raising funds for equipment and supplies to digitize its extensive archive of fringe science materials:
Rare Alternative Science Archive Faces Decay
Borderland Sciences is in the possession of an very important archive of research materials of the last half of the 20th century.
We must preserve the archival collection of files, correspondence, rare brochures and pamphlets that Borderland Sciences has been collecting since the late 40′s.
Borderland Sciences was begun in 1945 when the founder Meade Layne began publishing the Round Robin for the purpose of investigating into realms normally beyond the range of basic human perception and physical measurement.