|Winter 1999-2000 Vol. 12, No. 4
The Singing Voice Demands a Scientific Middle C
We need a renaissance of Classical culture, to do away with the false distinction between art and scienceand to set the standard pitch for Classical music at its scientific measure of C = 256.
Jean François Champollion And the True Story of Egypt
Muriel Mirak Weissbach
Champollions decipherment of Egyptian hieroglyphics overturned the view, fostered by the British, that the Egyptian language existed only as a set of mystical symbols used by a cult of priests.
Barry Fell, Epigrapher: Biography of a Renaissance Man
A sons memoir of a remarkable father, who deciphered many previously unknown scripts, and uncovered the true history of Polynesia and the ancient travellers to the New World.
The Global Warming Folly
Zbigniew Jaworowski, M.D., Ph.D., D.Sc.
Despite billions of dollars and millions of propaganda headlines, the global warming prophesied by the climate modelling industry is not scientifically real.
Thomas H. Jukes (1906-1999) Scientist and Humanitarian
J. Gordon Edwards
Fusion Energy20 Years Later
High Energy Gains Expected From NRLs Short-Pulse Laser
Charles B. Stevens
BIOLOGY AND MEDICINE
Budget Cuts and Bad Policy Threaten Sickle Cell Treatments
A History of Rocketry in China from the 13th Century
7,700-9,000-Year-Old Flutes Found in China
Science: To Be or Not to Be, or
How I Discovered the Swindle of Special Relativity
Pillar of Sand: Can the Irrigation Miracle Last? by Sandra Postel
Skywatchers, Shamans, & Kings: Astronomy and the Archaeology of Power by E.C. Krupp