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Re: [UFOnet] [JSE] Where Do We File Flying Saucers? The Archivist and the Uncertainty Principle

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  • Peter Johnson
    In the Science section, NOT YET UNDERSTOOD ! Peter J ... From: Frits Westra To: UFOnet Mailing List Cc:
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      In the "Science" section, NOT YET UNDERSTOOD !

      Peter J
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      From: "Frits Westra" <ufo-net@...>
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      Subject: [UFOnet] [JSE] Where Do We File Flying Saucers? The Archivist and
      the Uncertainty Principle


      >
      > Journal of Scientific Exploration (2001)
      >
      > http://www.scientificexploration.org/jse/abstracts/v15n2a8.php
      >
      > Volume 15: Number 2: Article 8
      >
      > ABSTRACT
      >
      > Where Do We File 'Flying Saucers'? The Archivist and the Uncertainty
      > Principle
      >
      > Hilary Evans, Mary Evans Picture Library, 59 Tranquil Vale, London SE3
      > 0BS, England
      >
      > Anomalies are matters that are not understood. They are mysteries.
      > Arguments are carried on about how to explain them. Individuals need not
      > plump for any particular interpretation; pundits can speculate at will;
      > but those entrusted with archival responsibilities must make decisions:
      > artifacts and written commentaries must be put somewhere. The curator of a
      > Picture Library illustrates the dilemmas that librarians, museum
      > directors, and other archivists cannot avoid.
      >
      > Keywords: classification of anomalies, archives, pictures, libraries,
      > museums
      >
      > FULL TEXT:
      >
      > http://www.scientificexploration.org/jse/articles/pdf/15.2_evans.pdf
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