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KRONOS Vol III, No. 1
KRONOS: A TWO-YEAR RETROSPECTIVE
The publication of this issue marks the beginning of KRONOS' third year. It is with a deep sense of satisfaction and pride that we are able to look back and observe a remarkable two years of growth. In addition to an international, multidisciplinary staff, KRONOS' contributors are also international in origin and the journal is honoured to have subscribers in more than twenty-five foreign countries.
When KRONOS was first founded, there was very little encouragement. Subscriber confidence had been shaken by the sudden unexpected collapse of the journal Pensee, and an entrenched establishment was hardly eager to see still another interdisciplinary journal dedicated to the work of Immanuel Velikovsky. Yet, perseverance, tenacity, and hard work overcame seemingly insurmountable obstacles; and today KRONOS is a fully viable and ever-growing publication. As part of our efforts to produce both a higher quality and more interesting journal, we should like to draw reader attention to the new section in this issue titled "Documents". Future "Documents" will deal with Dietrick Thomsen, Martin Gardner, Isaac Asimov, and Carl Sagan.
Owing to some confusion, we wish to make it crystal clear that there is absolutely no official connection between KRONOS and a Portland-based organisation called the Research Communications Network. Moreover, due to its policies, which we find detrimental, both KRONOS and Dr. Velikovsky find it necessary to disavow this "Network" and all that it represents.
To those individuals and institutions who have supported and continue to support KRONOS, our heartfelt thanks; and to a staff which has given incalculable hours of selfless toil and devotion, my personal thanks.
KRONOS would also like to take this opportunity to commend its British colleagues - the Society for Interdisciplinary Studies - and wishes it continued success with its own journal, the SIS Review.
– L. M. Greenberg