|Summer 1997 Vol. 10, No. 2
Gödel, Cantor, and Leibniz
Mathematics and the Paradoxical in Nature
Dino de Paoli
Only the positive paradox, as a method of creative thinking, can solve fundamental metaphysical questions and profound paradoxes.
A Case Study of Sabotage by the British Royal Society:
Leibniz, Papin, and the Steam Engine
The Newtonians delayed steam power 100 years by supressing the Leibnizian conceptions behind the machine tool principle.
Wilhelm Webers Aphorisms: On the Hypotheses of Temporal Ordering
The first English translation of posthumously published fragments by Wilhelm Weber, concerning an anti-linear concept of time, with introductory comments by the translator.
Wilhelm Weber: Giant of 19th Century Physics
We Can Feed the World!
A review of new technologies for agricultureand whats slowing their implementation.
Increasing Yields with Precision Farming
Irradiation Processing: Increasing the Quantity and Quality of the Food Supply
Marjorie Mazel Hecht
Interview with Sadao Hattori: Cancer Suppression and Rejuvenation Using Low-dose Radiation
Cloning: Medical Spin-offs and A Challenge to Old Assumptions
What Man-Induced Climate Change?
Dr. Hugh W. Ellsaesser
Does Light Travel Faster in the Earth-Sextans Direction?
Interview with John Ralston:
Look for Things Not Explainable by Conventional Means
Interview with Borge Nodland: A Contradiction with Relativity Theory?
Leonardo for Young Scientists: Genius Can Be Taught!
The Bunkification of Physics Today
Thomas E. Phipps, Jr.