All interested members, or even you lurkers please, feel free to U2U
me about a current
or new project.
(NEW and Open project listing at end)
For ALL Team Members and especially TEAM LEADERS to keep projects current (AND to keep me posted on team status). Projects that have fallen behind,
will be restaffed if inactivity prolongs.
Volunteers are now required to state an "estimated time available", for contributing to the research projects. This ETA is so project team leaders
(TL), and myself can maintain current and continuous research within the projects.
It is absolutely understood that at times it isn't possible to update within a 48 hr period as an individual, however as a team it is. Weekly or
monthly allocations of time must take into consideration the two day update guideline, other than this addition and the current
"Research Forum and Project REFORM
" no further additions or changes are perceived at
In addition, I really do insist on any one interested in being a scholar, read and familiarize themselves with the topped threads of this forum.
(New projects, follows available list.)
Even though foreknowledge and some understanding of the topic/s in interest is beneficial, all who believe they have something to contribute are
welcome. These research projects are based on members of the community who wish to share what they have learned, and further study in order to
continue to do so. All who are interested hesitate not to contact myself, or a Team Leader (TL), via u2u to find out about joining a team.
We would like to keep all research projects fairly organized and structured, and as such, I will post a few suggested guidelines for running
your projects. This is a suggestion, but please understand that coordination and organization is a very important matter for professionally presenting
Please keep teams to a manageable size, and keep in contact with all members to keep abreast of progress. In addition, when applying, it is the
responsibility of the team leader to coordinate the team, and submit a final list to me, which will be posted at the top of the research thread.
Interested, serious parties may jump in, but lets keep this activity to a minimum for the sake of organization.
Catalog of all reasonably accessible information on the topic.
An abstract that is 500-750 words or less.
A time line depicting all of the major events relevant to the topic.
Please include a pro and con statement for the topic, discussing the supporting and discrediting issues associated with your topic.
Any relevant historical background your topic of choice.
List supporting links to your topic also, at least three offline sources may be required for final report.
A defined goal must be stated prior to embarking on your research. Open ended fact searching can get tedious, and tends to affect the overall
organization of the project.
All Team Leaders should post a weekly progress report to let us know how well you are progressing towards your goal, if you have hit a roadblock, ect.
Team Leader Score Card
Team leaders please keep tabs on your research group and make sure that all contributions are aimed at furthering the basic goal, and that all are
contributing in their assigned work load.
Please keep these guidelines in mind as you send in your applications."
source of quoted text anon.
Individual Mechanized Armor & Future Warfighter Research Project
An investigation; OIL for food Crisis Research Project
History of Holocaust Denial
The Voynich Manuscript Project
The Dogon Tribe Research Project
The B2 Electrogravitic Technology Research Project
The Yellowstone SuperCaldera Project
Israeli/Palestinian Research Project
Silicon-Based Life Research Project
The Great Pyramids Research Project
The Cancer Research Project
The Omega Agency Research Project
Government Revolving Door Research Project
ALTERNATIVE ENERGY RESEARCH PROJECT
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