Atlanta, GA, October 15, 2011 --(PR.com
)-- Polls overwhelmingly show that the majority of people believe in some type of paranormal phenomena. Television programs featuring ghost hunters and true ghost stories are increasingly popular. Therefore, it is refreshing to find a source of accurate, reliable information on the anomalous sciences.
The free electronic magazine, The Journal of Anomalous Sciences, published by World Nexus Publications, offers intelligent, thought-provoking articles on a wide range of topics, including ghosts, UFO’s, psychic phenomena, and many other unexplained or anomalous subjects. Many articles also touch on more mainstream science, such as archaeology and geology.
The electronic format allows the Journal to be interactive, linking to videos at The Dimension Zone.com, the Journal’s home on the Internet. The Journal also features beautiful graphics that make viewing a pleasure.
“The goal of The Journal of Anomalous Sciences and its companion website The Dimension Zone,” says publisher Jari Mikkola, “is to explore a world full of many weird and wonderful sciences as extensions that go beyond the scope of simple mainstream science. We hope to provide our readers with thought-provoking, ground-breaking information and amazing discoveries that will someday influence the trends of tomorrow and how that will shape our world, as well as shape The Journal of Anomalous Sciences into an indispensable and informative resource guide.”
The Journal will present the latest information about new and important discoveries, theories and ideas in a format that will captivate the imagination, entertain the reader, and most of all keep the reader informed. A highly demanding audience seeking the truth behind this subject matter deserves to have that information provided with ground breaking analysis from both sides of the issues, presented in such a way as to open the mind, and present the information in a whole new way — whatever the readers’ interests may be — sparking the imagination to new possibilities.
View the new issue of The Journal of Anomalous Sciences free of charge at The Dimension Zone.