|Summer 1999 Vol. 12, No. 2
The Scientific Basis of the New Biological Paradigm
Vladimir Voeikov, Ph.D.
The stable non-equilibrium that characterizes living processes belies the reductionist view of biology today, and leads the way to a real understanding of biological processes, beyond the Second Law of Thermodynamics.
Introduction: What Western Scientists Can Learn from the Vernadsky-Gurwitsch-Bauer School
A View from Space: The Discovery of Nonlinear Waves in the Oceans Near-Surface Layer
Robert E. Stevenson, Ph.D.
Solitons, suloys, and spiral eddies are the turbulent phenomena that make up the near-surface layer of the ocean-defying linear computer models that describe ocean and climate dynamics. Americas pioneer space oceanographer reports on how they were discovered from space.
How Can Gamma-Ray Bursts Be Explained?
The direction in which astronomers are looking for an answer may have problems as great as the direction they have ruled out.
Gamma-Ray Bursts Not Local, But Not That Far Away!
Back to the Moon with Nuclear Rockets
A Moon shuttle trip will be only a 24-hour commute-if we go nuclear.
Boron Neutron Capture Therapy:
An Elegant Technology That May Save Lives
Radiation Protection Policy: A Primer
Dr. Theodore Rockwell
Medical Marijuana Is a Dangerous Fraud