Dear SSE Community,
In 1986, Space Physicist Louis A. Frank at the University of Iowa announced that the Earth was being showered every minute by small comets that break up and deposit large clouds of water vapor in the upper atmosphere. This wasn’t mere speculation; the evidence came from images taken by the Dynamics Explorer spacecraft.
On Friday, October 7, 2022 at 1pm Eastern (US), Professor Nalin Chandra Wickramasinghe will join the SSE to discuss his recent article in the Journal of Scientific Exploration: Panspermia versus Abiogenesis: A Clash of Cultures.
Special Issue of the Journal of Scientific Exploration in collaboration with the Journal of the Society for Psychical Research
“THE DARKER SIDE OF SPIRITUALITY”
The Society for Scientific Exploration (SSE) is pleased to announce the selection of James (Jim) Houran as the next Editor-in-Chief of the Journal for Scientific Exploration, the SSE’s peer-reviewed, open access publication. Jim succeeds Stephen Braude, who has served as the JSE EiC for 13 years. We are grateful to Steve for his service and wish him well in retirement.
Save the Dates! This June 23-26, the Parapsychological Association (PA) and the Society for Scientific Exploration (SSE) will join once more to bring together the most relevant and novel research on parapsychology and edge science in an online format.
Student Members ("Aspiring Explorers") of the Society for Scientific Exploration gather on Zoom every 2nd Tuesday of the month at 2pm EDT for learning and networking. February's Aspiring Explorers Meeting will be a panel discussion featuring Sean McNamara, Rodrigro Montenegro, and Gabriel Sereni. Each panelist will discuss psi applications as it pertains to forecasting and prediction, personal development, as well and industry applications. Following the presentations will be an informal Q&A and opportunity to meet panelists.
Student Members ("Aspiring Explorers") of the Society for Scientific Exploration gather on Zoom every 2nd Tuesday of the month at 2pm EDT for learning and networking.
Student Members of the Society for Scientific Exploration gather on Zoom every 2nd Tuesday of the month at 2pm EST for learning and networking. Our upcoming July 14th meeting (2pm EST), will be an open discussion with guests Imants Barušs, Morris Freedman, and Julia Mossbridge on the topic of "Bridging to the Mainstream". After a brief ice-breaking activity and a round of short introductions, Barušs, Freedman, and Mossbridge will field our Aspiring Explorers' questions.