|Spring 1994 Vol. 7, No. 1
The Hubble Space Telescope: Bringing the Cosmic Past to Light
Hubbles results already challenge several accepted ideas of modern astronomy, and more fundamental challenges are sure to follow.
Dr. Dixy Lee Ray
Yes, we, and our works, will survive, concludes Dixy Lee Ray in her book defending industrial progress and science against the destructive ideology of environmentalism.
Dixy Lee RayIn Memoriam
Marjorie Mazel Hecht
The Posthumous Papers of Leaded Gas
Zbigniew Jaworowski, Ph.D.
A medical scientist dissects the bad science and scare stories that were used to ban leaded gasoline.
Scientific Academies Back Malthus
Paul Gallagher and Marjorie Mazel Hecht
Transmutation: Turning Nuclear Waste into Electrical Power
Pasteur Institute Scientist Discovers Second AIDS Coreceptor
Interview with Michel Laguës: A Super High Temperature Superconductor-Finding a Needle in a Haystack
Inside Earth First! A True Story about Terrorists
Forget Your Horoscope, Build A Telescope:
Continue Americas Great Tradition in Astronomy!
Report on the 4th International Cold Fusion Conference:
Cold Fusion 5 Years Later