|January-February 1990 Vol. 3, No. 1
Yes, We Can Win the War on Drugs
To win the war on drugs requires a commitment of cultural, economic, and military resources. Most important, it requires the political will to get the job done.
Roger Bacon and the Birth of Universal Science
Roger Bacons life spans an epoch in which builders-of machines, of cathedrals, and of nations-fought for a world where the method of discovering truth would flourish. For his role in that struggle, Bacon spent 14 years in prison.
Prophets of Doom: A Profile of the Experts Behind the Environmentalist Scare Stories
Dr. Elizabeth M. Whelan
A public health scientist exposes the experts used by extremist environmentalist groups to justify attacks on advanced technologies, and shows how these scientists rely on data that is rejected by consensus of the scientific community.
In Memoriam: Dr. Robert James Moon, 1911-1989
We Can Have Fusion by 2005!
Dr. Stephen O. Dean
What Fleischmann and Pons Didnt Tell You:
Preparing Palladium Cathodes for Cold Fusion
Excess Free Energy and Cold Fusion
P.T. Pappas, Ph.D.
Giant Aurora Laser Now Hitting Fusion Targets
Laser Tweezers: A New Tool for Biomedical Research
John Grauerholz, M.D.
Practical Superconductivity: The Relevance of Hydrogen
Marvin L. Cohen
Galileos Mission to Jupiter: A New Era in Planetary Science
A Laser Experimenters Diary, Part II