Welcome to the Journal of Frontier Science Peer Review Blog
Welcome to the blog for the Journal of Frontier Science Peer Review section. Within this blog, users can comment on articles submitted for peer review. By doing so, you can contribute to vetting or debunking the conclusions reached by the Author during their research, as well as flesh out the processes employed by the researcher during their work.
Your comments can help a researcher who needs verification of their processes in keeping with the scientific process. You can also help a researcher consider options or possibilities that they may not have thought of before. Lastly, you can help weed out bad research or bad conclusions.
Your help can empower good research, help and assist someones research, and make all available for the first time ever to ALL UFOLOGISTS, novice and seasoned, free of charge!
Most of all, I hope you enjoy reading, working on research for, and helping other readers of the Journal of Frontier Science.
Steven S. Bass Publisher Journal of Frontier Science
An accomplished Frontier Sciences journalist, Steven S. Bass contributes to the American Chronicle, the MUFON Journal, UFO Digest, OpEd News, and the new magEzine from Searching for Bigfoot, Inc.'s own Bob "JavaBob" Schmalzbach named FOOT PRINTS in the MIND.
Bass is a Certified Field Investigator for the Mutual UFO Network and a Fellow of the Research Institute on Anomalous Phenomena based in Kharkiv, Ukraine.
Steve Bass has devoted many years to the study of Ufology and the
paranormal. Born in Winter Park, Florida, he is a 40 year native of the South. Bass is of Cree Indian descent, related to Chief Little Bear, as well as gunslinger John Wesley Hardin. He brings a broad, unique, and diverse spectrum of experience and knowledge to Ufology, journalism, and the Mutual UFO Network (MUFON) as a Field
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