http://www.boingboing.net/2008/04/01/poltergeists-and-qua.html

I think that answers that question....

On 28/03/2008, Russell Standish <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
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> I just had a cold call from an editor of a fairly new journal called
> NeuroQuantology (http://www.neuroquantology.com/), which has its focus
> area on the intersection of cognitive science and quantum physics. The
> nature of this topic, of cause, gives rise to no end of kookiness, but
> this doesn't mean there isn't a serious subject here waiting to be
> explored (indeed this is a major theme of my book Theory of Nothing).
>
> I was wondering if anyone has had experience of this journal, and
> whether its publishing standards are as rigorous as they claim. They
> claim to be indexed by ISI (they're not in the 2006 JCR, but since
> they only claimed to have just received ISI indexing, that is not
> suprising). Some of the paper titles look intriguing, but you have to
> register in order to download abstracts, so I haven't done that yet.
>
> Cheers
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