EdgeScience 42

FEATURES
A Phenomenon Called Steve: A Discovery for Citizen Science
By Andrew May

Pat Price, Precognition, and “Star Wars”: A Reexamination of a Historic Remote Viewing Case
By Eric Wargo

BACKSCATTER
Global Consciousness and the Coronavirus—A Snapshot
By Roger Nelson


Creating a Scienc-y Society

Our modern society depends on science. It impacts the way we eat, work, communicate and play. And yet, most people take our amazing scientific advancement for granted, and some are even hostile to it. What can we do to spread the love of science through education, outreach and media?

Creating a Scienc-y Society


How to Be Taken Seriously By Scientists

For those non-scientists trying to get their original ideas accepted by the scientific community, you’ve got to have thick skin. It might seem like there’s a vast conspiracy, or a general attitude that drives away original, but unorthodox ideas. But that’s not true, the reality is that great ideas in science come from everywhere, even amateurs.

How to Be Taken Seriously By Scientists


How Amateurs Can Contribute to Astronomy

Astronomy is one of the few sciences where amateurs make meaningful contributions to discoveries. Many professional researchers work hand-in-hand with teams of amateurs to make discoveries that just wouldn’t be possible without this kind of collaboration. In fact, Pamela regularly relies on dedicated enthusiasts for her data on variable stars.

How Amateurs Can Contribute to Astronomy


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