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From the Fall-Winter 2013 Issue (BUY)
150 YEARS OF VERNADSKY
The 'Greening' of Vladimir Vernadsky:
How The Russellites Sabotage Science
The Mad, Mad, Mad World of Climatism
by Steve Goreham
Reviewed by JasonRoss
The Fourth Phase of Water
by Gerald H. Pollack
Reviewed by Liona Fan-Chiang
Fun in Fusion Research
by John Sheffield
Reviewed by Marsha Freeman
A Review of the Deutsches Museum
by Jason Ross
From the Summer 2013 Issue (BUY)
Vladimir Ivanovich Vernadsky:
The Science of the Biosphere and Astrobiology
Academician M. Ya. Marov
DE-STAR: Laser Technology for Asteroid Vaporization
Professor Philip M. Lubin
Obama Tries to Kill Space Exploration, Again
From the Spring 2013 Issue (BUY)
150 YEARS OF VERNADSKY
Biospheric Energy-Flux Density
A.I. Oparin: Fraud, Fallacy, or Both?
Russia and Ukraine Celebrate
From the Fall-Winter 2012-2013 Issue (BUY)
Planetary Defense Introduction
Deflection and the Energy-Flux Density Factor
SDE: Hypervelocity Asteroid Deflection
Brent Barbee and Professor Bong Wie
An Inside Look at Russia’s Nuclear Propulsion System
Academician Anatoly Koroteyev
Global Aerospace Monitoring and
by Valery A. Menshikov, Anatoly N. Perminov, and Yuri M.Urlichich
Reviewed by William Jones
From the Spring-Summer 2012 Issue (BUY)
The Transition from the Biosphere to the Noösphere
Vadimir I. Vernadsky
With introduction by translator Bill Jones
Evolution of Species and Living Matter
Vladimir I. Vernadsky
Translated by Meghan Rouillard
Are Nuclear Processes in Biology Unique?
Ernest Schapiro, MD
Mark McMenamin, Ph.D.
IN MEMORIAM: Neil Armstrong
History of Mars to Curiosity
From the Winter 2011-2012 Issue (BUY)
LYNN MARGULIS (1938-2011)
Pioneering American Biologist and
Mark A.S. McMenamin
Evidence-Based Medicine: Treating by Chance
Cathy M. Helgason, M.D.
How to Construct an Astrolabe, Using Your PC
From the Fall 2011 Issue (BUY)
Are Carbonate Solutions Alive?
V.L. Voeikov, Do Minh Ha, N.D. Vilenskaya,
S.I. Malishenko, and E.V. Bouravleva
Bicarbonate aqueous systems, the necessary constituents of all biological liquids, exhibit a sustained non-equilibrium state and sensitivity to cosmic events.
INTERVIEW: DR. EDWARD CALABRESE
How a 'Big Lie' Launched the LNT Myth and the Great Fear of Radiation
A well-known toxicologist discusses his startling discovery that the linear no-threshold or LNT hypothesis, which governs radiation and chemical protection policy today, was founded on a deliberate lie to further a political agenda.
INTERVIEW: CLINTON BASTIN
Iran Has a Nuclear Power, Not a Weapons Program
On the Ground at the AGU
From the Summer 2011 Issue (BUY)
EINSTEIN IN PARIS
Einstein Presents and Discusses His Theory
The first English translation of a 1922 article describing several lectures by Albert Einstein during his visit to Paris that year.
The Development Program That Transformed A Region and Inspired the World
Franklin Roosevelt’s TVA brought the most backward region of the country into the modern age, providing a record of rapid development that the rest of the world rushed to emulate.
The 'Big Lie' About Radiation and LNT
Marjorie Mazel Hecht
From the Spring 2011 Issue (BUY)
The Solar Storm Threat to America's Power Grid
Warnings have gone unheeded; we need to begin mitigation remedies now.
Nuclear Power and NAWAPA: What Will It Take?
A nuclear engineer reviews the monumental challenge of NAWAPA and the nuclear options available to power its pumps, lifts, railways, and new communities.
Spent Nuclear Fuel Is an Abundant Source of Energy
Dale E. Klein, Ph.D.
The former chairman of the Nuclear Regulatory Commission makes a forceful case for using reprocessing to close the U.S. nuclear fuel cycle.
Saturn's Storm, Earth's Unrest...and Science's Silence
THE SCIENCE THAT BUILT THE NATION
West Point and the Tradition of the Army Corps of Engineers
INTERVIEW: DR. YUANXI WAN
China's Ambitious Path to Fusion Power
ALEXANDER VON HUMBOLDT
Beacon of American Science and Forerunner of NAWAPA
Reviewed by Timothy Rush
From the Winter 2010 Issue
LUC MONTAGNIER'S REVOLUTION IN BIOLOGY
New Evidence for a Non-Particle View of Life
France's leading virologist, Luc Montagnier, demonstrates the emission of low-frequency electromagnetic waves from bacterial DNA sequences, and the apparent ability of these waves to organize nucleotides into new bacterial DNA.
THE GREAT SEA-LEVEL HUMBUG
There Is No Alarming Sea Level Rise!
A Feverish Malthusian Defends Malaria As a Non-Problem
The Fever: How Malaria Has Ruled Humankind for 500,000 Years
by Sonia Shah
Review by Donald Roberts, Ph.D.
From the Fall 2010 Issue
In Appreciation of Maurice Allais (1911-2010)
The New Physical Field of Maurice Allais
Allais' unique experiments with a para-
conical pendulum demonstrated periodic
luni-solar effects that are not yet explained.
A Passion for Truth and the Common Good
Marjorie Mazel Hecht
Nobel Laureate Maurice Allais pursued an
economics that improved the human condition.
In Memoriam: Maurice Allais
Jacques Cheminade, Presidential candidate
Solidarité et Progrès
Three Billion and Counting
A documentary film on DDT
Special Report: The Nuclear-Thermonuclear NAWAPA XXI
mp3 audio file
detailing the Nuclear-Thermonuclear NAWAPA XXI concept; hosted by Marsha Merry Baker of EIR, with guests Liona Fan-Chiang and Michael Kirsch, part of the science team who put the special report together.
Press conference on human spaceflight
Millions of Chinese Children Get a Science Lesson from Space
Heliophysics and Chronobiology Update
The Fight Over U.S. Fusion Programs Picks Up Steam
Congress Members Reject NASA Mars & Planetary Cuts
An Open Letter Prepared in Response to the March 2013 Congressional Hearings
Mars and Curiosity: Interview with Marsha Freeman
Mars and Curiosity: Episode I Video
NASA Astrobiology Conference 2012
• Day Two: Interview with Dr. Claudio Maccone on Space Defense
• Day One Highlights
U.S. Nuclear Scientist Asks IAEA to Correct Its False Report on Iran Weapon Threat
Candidate Praises National Ignition Facility for Laser Fusion Breakthrough
West-Based NGOs Stall India's Nuclear Program; But at Whose Behest?
A Death Sentence for the U.S. Space Program
The Economics of Extinction and the Principle of Progress
Dr. Zbigniew Jaworowski, A Scientist Who Fought for Truth
Interview with Dr. Edward Calabrese:
The `Big Lie' About Radiation and LNT
Video Interview with Dr. Edward Calabrese
ISS Crew Replies to 21st Century
on Space Exploration
and the Galactic Threat
Climate, Cosmic Rays, and CLOUD
Does Manned Space Flight Have a Future in America?
by Marsha Freeman
From Our Archive:
and the Boundary:
The Missing Link
by Hal Wm. Vaughan
by Bernhard Riemann
Marsha Freeman's classic book How We Got to the Moon is now available for download in
PDF and Kindle-compatible formats.
The Real Calculus vs. What You Learned
by Ernest Schapiro
The Big Bang Is Bunk
by Grote Reber
The Cholesterol Scam: Challenging the Cholesterol Myth
by Marjorie Mazel Hecht
Interview with John Abramson, M.D.
Cholesterol Is Not a Health Marker
Thorium: Preferred Nuclear
Fuel of the Future
by Ramtanu Maitra
The Gifts of Louis deBroglie to
by Dr. Robert J. Moon
Space Farming in the 21st Century
by Frank B. Salisbury and
Bruce G. Bugbee
Space Farming on Mars:
Greenhouse Aboard MIR Shows
Plants Can Thrive in Space
by Dr. Tania Ivanova
Kepler Exposes Aristotle's
Sabotage of Astronomy
The Long and Short of It
by Dr. J. Gordon Edwards
The Russell-Wells 'No-
Gang Behind the
by Laurence Hecht
Interview with Julia Child:
Food Irradiation and
to 'Protect Our People'
On Integrals of the
That Correspond to Vortex
by Hermann von Helmholtz
(International Journal of
Fusion Energy, Winter 1978)
Marie Sklodowska Curie:
The Woman Who Opened
the Nuclear Age
by Denise Ham
The Mass Psychotropic
Drugging of the Elderly
by M. Woodward, R.N.,C.
How Marijuana Destroys
The Immune System
by John Grauerholz, M.D.
The Medical Effects
Of Marijuana on the Brain
by Karen Steinherz and
Medical Marijuana Is A
by Colin Lowry
The Coming (or
Present) Ice Age
by Laurence Hecht
The Steam Engine
by Philip Valenti
(from Fusion magazine
Prof. Bagge’s ‘Geometric
by Ralf Schauerhammer
Low-energy Positrons in
by Erich H. Bagge