Tuesday 28th September 2021,
Frontiers Magazine

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A land of Ice and Fire

Stewart Watt’s photographs are known and admired by many people, from his images of the night skies over Caithness to his pictures of birds and other wildlife. He went for a holiday this year to Iceland, and we asked him for some scenes from the journey. These first three pictures are all shots of the [...]

August 27, 2015 Stewart Watt Summer Issue 2015 0

The Shores of Titan

The sunsets on Orkney are the stuff of legend, and though not many places on Earth can top them – perhaps one tiny moon orbiting far out in our Solar System could.  Through the hazy atmosphere you could sit on the shores and watch the tiny sun sink into the sea.  The scene would be [...]

August 27, 2015 Helen Maynard-Casely Summer Issue 2015 Comments Off

Thirty Years at the Koestler Parapsychology Unit

How did a controversial subject like parapsychology come to find a home in Edinburgh University? The story begins rather darkly, with the death of the terminally ill writer Arthur Koestler and his healthy wife Cynthia in a suicide pact in 1983. Koestler had a lifelong interest in dualism and the paranormal, and had written books [...]

August 20, 2015 Caroline Watt Going Further, Summer Issue 2015 Comments Off