Society for Scientific Exploration

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"The Society for Scientific Exploration (SSE) is a professional organization of scientists and scholars who study unusual and unexplained phenomena. Subjects often cross mainstream boundaries, such as consciousness, unidentified aerial phenomena, and alternative medicine, yet often have profound implications for human knowledge and technology.

"The SSE was founded in 1982 and has approximately 800 members in 45 countries worldwide. The SSE publishes a peer-reviewed journal, the Journal of Scientific Exploration (JSE), and holds annual meetings in the USA and biennial meetings in Europe. Associate and student memberships are available to the public, and everyone is encouraged to attend meetings and participate with the society."[1]

In June 2018 the Society for Scientific Exploration held its thirty-seventh annual conference in combination with the International Remote Viewing Association. [1]

SSE is the publisher of Edge Science (Editor: Patrick Huyghe, Associate Editor: P.D. Moncrief). [2]



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  1. Society for Scientific Exploration Home, organizational web page, accessed July 23, 2013.