|March-April 1989 Vol. 2, No. 2
Toward a Possible Cure for AIDSTreating the AIDS Virus As an Antenna
Philip S. Callahan, Ph.D.
A noted entomologist proposes to inactivate the AIDS virus by jamming it with coherent radiation tuned to the virions wavelength.
The Musicality of Living Processes
Warren J. Hamerman
A student of living processes reports on new discoveries in the harmonic tuning of the biological domain, with DNA as the tuning fork, precisely 42 octaves above middle C.
The Big Bang Is Bunk
The worlds first radio astronomer argues that the existence of an intergalactic medium accounts for observed spectral shifts without any need to resort to Big Bang religion.
JET Paves Way for Fusion by 2000
Charles B. Stevens
The current and expected achievements of the Joint European Torus are close to those required in a working fusion reactor of the magnetic confinement type.
Reverse the Erosion in American R&D
Caspar W. Weinberger
TMI10 Years Later
Edwin E. Kintner
The Greenhouse Effect Is A Fraud
Rogelio A. Maduro
The Fast Breeders Role in Japans Nuclear Plan
50 Years of Fission: Will the U.S. Again Take the Lead?
Marjorie Mazel Hecht
Imaging the Human Body in 3-D
Neuroimmunomodulation: New Clues to Reversing Cancer and Aging
John Grauerholz, M.D.