In addition to publishing feature articles on scientific anomalies, New Frontiers in Science also shows the development of ideas about anomalies and presents debate and alternate viewpoints as well.
To this end NFS takes advantage of the unique nonlinear environment of the internet by publishing not just feature articles on topic areas, but follow-up materialarticles in response to the orginal article that may present additional related research or critical reviews and analysis. These may either be in support of, or to refute the original thesis. This content is organized in research threads, similar to discussion threads, and updated as new material becomes available.
Each thread starts with a feature article, with follow-up material and analysis linked to it in chronological order. Threads are archived so that members can access all of the content on the site. Material in threads conform to NFS guidelines for submissions. We note that it is not necessary however, to write a paper or present data to comment on articles featured in NFS. We also encourage letters to the editor on any article or aspect of the site.Face on Mars (Vol. 1, No. 1)
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