About New Frontiers in Science

Scientific revolutions result from the discovery and study of anomalies—phenomena that conflict with prevailing scientific theories. Yet, historically, science has been and still is, resistant to and intolerant of anomalies. New Frontiers in Science is an online journal that examines unexplained and controversial scientific phenomenon. New topics are generally introduced on a quarterly basis, however, the site is updated each month with new additions to research threads, responses from readers, links, and topic area FAQs.

Mark J. Carlotto is the Editor-in-Chief of NFS. Dr. Carlotto has been involved in the study of anomalous phenomena for more than a decade. He has written numerous technical papers and several books on the subject.

Comments and responses from readers, as well as unsolicited submissions are welcomed.

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