Journal of Nonlocality


 ISSN  2167-6283 

Open Letter from the JNL Editorial Board - May 2012


The Journal of Nonlocality is an electronic open access publication focused on new experimental approaches to the problems of quantum measurement and nonlocality. Aiming to connect empirical findings and research models across several disciplines (quantum mechanics, consciousness research and biophysics), we hope to create a platform for the development of new insights and innovative experimental protocols at the boundary between mainstream and exploratory science. 

Submissions are accepted and published as rapid pre-prints throughout the year. All papers will be pre-screened/peer-reviewed by our editorial board within 2 weeks of submission, after which articles will be rejected, sent back for revision or published in the Open Preprints section of the journal for open peer commentary. Revised papers are included in the following issue of the Journal of Nonlocality. Peer and general reader comments will be moderated and published on both the JNL and M3P websites, with post-publication comments added as they are submitted. 

To upload a proposal, go to our journal website,  register (if not already a user) then follow the instructions for authors.

The journal will be published biannually, in June and December. Between January 1st and March 1st all M3P members will have an opportunity to vote for the best research proposal published in the preceding year, to be awarded the Mind-Matter Mapping Prize.

We are looking for any of the following: 

    For more details on the JNL/M3P research program, see Working Groups.

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Editorial Board 2002-2006


Dr. Lian Sidorov 

Executive Editor 

Leane Roffey Line, Ph.D., C.A.

Associate Editor

Research Engineer and Applied Mathematician; Author and Scientific Translator; Practitioner: Applied acupuncture, Qi Gong, craniosacral & sphenomaxillary craniopathy; trigger point therapy; structural reintegration therapy, polarity therapy. Areas of interest: Charge and field effects in biological systems, biorheological aspects of living systems, complex adaptive systems, applications of artificial intelligence, semiotics of art. Applications of scripting languages to scientific and mathematical presentations using mark-up languages. Books & publications listed at Websites: .

Iona Miller 

Associate Editor

Dean of Faculty for The Institute for Consciousness Science & Technology  

Board Member,  Asklepia Foundation

Mark P. Line  

Associate Editor

Alex Kaivarainen, PhD, DSc 

Department of Applied Physics, University of Turku, Finland

Kevin Chen, PhD, MPH 

UMDNJ - New Jersey Medical School

Research Director, Qigong Institute

Matti Pitkanen, PhD

Department of Physical Sciences, High Energy Physics Division

University of Helsinki, Finland

Harald Walach, PhD

PhD (Clinical Psychology), PhD (History and Theory of Science), Honorary lecturer in psychology at the University of Freiburg, Germany, Director of Research at the Institute of Environmental Medicine and Hospital Epidemiology, University Hospital Freiburg, Germany, European Office of the Samueli Institute for Information Biology. Research areas: Evaluation of complementary and alternative medicine, especially non-local aspects; transpersonal psychology; understanding and experimental testing of generalized entanglement.  See list of publications.   Contact:  Universitätsklinikum - University Hospital Freiburg Institut für Umweltmedizin und Krankenhaushygiene - Dept. Environmental Medicine and Hospital Epidemiology Hugstetter Str. 55 D - 79106 Freiburg Germany Tel. +49-761-270-5497/98 Fax  -7224  Samueli Institute: 

Stefan Schmidt, PhD

PhD in experimental psychology/parapsychology. Research fellow at the University Hospital of Freiburg, Institute of Environmental Medicine and Hospital Epidemiology. Research areas/areas of interest:  parapsychology, psychophysiology, complementary and alternative medicine, models on nonlocality, placebo effect, meditation and consciousness research. E-mail: 

Doug Matzke, PhD  

Thesis: "Quantum Computing using Geometric Algebra". Interests: the limits of computation, artificial intelligence, nonlocal aspects of consciousness, probabilistic geometry. For a partial list of papers, see

Binhui He - Qigong Master

World Institute for Self-Healing (WISH)

Chinese Society of Qigong Science

Director, Qigong Anti-Cancer Research Center

Richard Alan Miller





Daniel J. Benor, MD

International Journal of Healing and Caring


Savely Savva, MS 

Monterey Institute for the Study of Alternative Healing Arts