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Science Frontiers is the bimonthly newsletter providing digests of reports that describe scientific anomalies; that is, those observations and facts that challenge prevailing scientific paradigms. Over 2000 Science Frontiers digests have been published since 1976.

These 2,000+ digests represent only the tip of the proverbial iceberg. The Sourcebook Project, which publishes Science Frontiers, also publishes the Catalog of Anomalies, which delves far more deeply into anomalistics and now extends to sixteen volumes, and covers dozens of disciplines.

Over 14,000 volumes of science journals, including all issues of Nature and Science have been examined for reports on anomalies. In this context, the newsletter Science Frontiers is the appetizer and the Catalog of Anomalies is the main course.


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... impressed because a small sign displayed on a front window carries some very large words: ' This is the only museum in the world where petrified bones, found between coal veins, are on display .' " The photos accompanying the newspaper article certainly portray objects that "look like" human skulls. E. Conrad also asserts that he had also found hominid jawbones, teeth, a femur, and even a petrified brain! (Anonymous; "Bone Display Draws National Interest," Hazelton Standard Speaker , December 8, 1990. Cr. L. Farish.) Comment. From the newspaper article it is impossible to learn what professional geologists and anthropologists think about these purported fossils. So, caveat emptor. Actually, hominid fossils have been reported from coal veins before, notably the "Abominable Coalman" found in an Italian coal mine. See Ancient Man. From Science Frontiers #77, SEP-OCT 1991 . 1991-2000 William R. Corliss ...
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... are descended from man rather than vice versa. (Cherfas, Jeremy, and Gribbin, John; "The Molecular Making of Mankind," and "Descent of Man -- Or Ascent of Ape?" New Scientist, 91:518 and 91:592, 1981.) Comment. This hypothesis is inflammatory enough without our adding more fuel, but the possible connection to the Sasquatch/Abominable Snowman problem should not be overlooked. Reference. The many problems associated with the human fossil record are discussed in Chapter BHE in our Catalog: Biological Anomales: Humans III. For more information on the book, visit: here . From Science Frontiers #18, NOV-DEC 1981 . 1981-2000 William R. Corliss ...
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... Science Frontiers ONLINE No. 22: Jul-Aug 1982 Issue Contents Other pages Home Page Science Frontiers Online All Issues This Issue Sourcebook Project Sourcebook Subjects Neanderthal Man May Still Survive In Asia All continents have their tales of wild men, abominable snowmen, sasquatch, etc. Most anthropologists give little credence to these stories. Shackley, however, has assembled considerable evidence for the reality of the so-called Almas (plural form: Almasti), primitive men who closely resemble Neanderthal Man, or at least what we think Neanderthal Man looked like. Abundant, internally consistent data come from an east-west band running from the Caucacus, across the Pamir Mountains, through the Altai Mountains, to Inner Mongolia. Even today, sightings of these creatures are rather common; and several scientists have seen them. One incident occurred in 1917, when the Reds were pursuing White Army forces through the Pamirs. The troops of Major General Mikail Stephanovitch Topilsky shot an Almas as he was emerging from a cave. "The eyes were dark and the teeth were large and even and shaped like human teeth. The forehead was slanting and the eyebrows were very powerful. The protruding jawbones made the face resemble the Mongol type of face. The nose was very flat .. .the lower jaws were very massive" In some instances the Almasti have even associated with modern man; and cases of successful interbreeding have been reported. After reviewing the mountains of evidence, Shackley feels that the Almasti are very likely surviving Neanderthals, because the physical characteristics of the Almasti and reconstructed Neanderthals are basically identical. ...
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... Information Perception of Human Auras! Human Detection of Earthquake Precursors Communication via Body Odor (Pheromones) [BHA] Remarkable Adaptations to High ALtitudes Neanderthal Music BHU UNRECOGNIZED HOMINIDS BHU1 North American Hominids (Bigfoot/Sasquatch) BHU2 Giant Arctic Hominids BHU3 Recent Survival of American Pygmies BHU4 Hairy "Submen" in South America BHU5 The Almasti: Asian Subhumans? BHU6 The Chuchunaa of Siberia BHU7 The Yeti or "Abominable Snowman" BHU8 The Yeren or Chinese Wildmen BHU9 The Nittaewo: Sri Lanka Dwarf Hominids? BHU10 The Orang Pendek or Sedapa of Sumatra BHU11 Australia's Yowie or Yahoo BHU12 The Agogwe: Africa's Little Furry Men BHU13 Hominid Corpses of Unknown Provenance BHX HUMAN INTERFACE PHENOEMENA BHX1 Anomalous Communications Interfaces BHX2 Unusual Human-Animal Psychological Interfaces BHX3 Unusual Animal Succoring of Humans BHX4 Human Psychic Healing of ... Animals BHX5 Human-Animal Cooperation and Symbiosis BHX6 The Human-Endosymbiont Interface Humans BHX8 Other Unusual Animal Attacks on Humans BHX9 The Human-Wasp Interface BHX10 Yellow-Fever Mosquitoes Favor Humans with Blood Type O BHX11 The Anomalous Distribution of Human Lice BHX12 A Bizarre Human-Fish Phenomenon BHX13 The Inverse Relationship between Human Parasites and Allergies BHX14 Manipulation of Human Behavior by Viruses BHX15 "Ultimate" Parasites of Humans BHX16 The Human-Gaia Interface BHX17 Human Degeneracy and the Man-Machine Interface Dolphin Dangers Plants That Induce Sleep The Ubiquitous Human-Bacterium Interface Ancient Viral Invaders BI INVERTEBRATES Titles not yet posted BM MAMMALS BMA EXTERNAL APPEARANCE AND MORPHOLOGY BMA1 Mammalian Morphological Parallelisms: Convergence and Mimicry BMA2 Limits on the Variability of Domestic Animals BMA3 Unusually Divergent Mammal Populations BMA4 Hybrids and Mosaics BMA5 Mirror-Image Twins in ...
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