|Summer 1994 Vol. 7, No. 2
Recapturing the Promise of Apollo
The visionary focus and strong national commitment of the space program was destroyed by the zero-growth establishment, which put in its place the New Age counterculture.
Plutonium As a Resource Now and in the Future
Dr. Dixy Lee Ray
Plutonium, like knowledge, is unique in that it is a resource that increases with use: The more we use it, the more we have.
An Economists View of Gausss Pentagramma Mirificum
Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.
The last 600 years of scientific and cultural development would not have been possible had the great thinkers of the 15th century used the methods that dominate economics today.
SPECIAL REPORT: Putting Risk in Perspective
Interview with Aaron Wildavsky:
The Folly in Our Approach to Cancer Risk
The Cost of Safety and Environmental Protection
A. Alan Moghissi, Ph.D.
Nuclear Is Not Inherently Costly
Michael R. Fox, Ph.D.
The Integral Fast Reactor: U.S. Technology on the Chopping Block
Innovations in Technology Can Reduce Medical Costs
EPA, Greenpeace Plan Chlorine Ban
Rogelio A. Maduro
National Ignition Facility: The Next Step for Laser Fusion
Magellan Pioneers Aerobraking in Space
John F. Kross
Does Nature Really Know Best?
William Hazeltine, Ph.D.