|Summer 1990 Vol. 3, No. 3
Mining Helium on the Moon to Power the Earth
As the world approaches the 21st century, vast increases in total energy production and consumption per capita are required. Helium-3, sitting on the surface of the Moon, can fuel the greatest period of economic development in mankinds history.
Bioenergetics: Tuning the Soil to Be Healthy and Productive
Arden B. Andersen
A crop doctor prescribes a bioenergetic approach for sick soils and crops, showing that insects tune out healthy plants and home in on the sick ones.
Mind Bombs: Putting Greenpeace in Perspective
We fire images rather than missiles-mind bombs delivered by the world media. Think about this self-description of Greenpeace the next time you get a save the dolphins mailing from this $87-million-a-year environmentalist multinational, whose propaganda campaigns stab at the heart of Western civilization.
The Holes in the Ozone Hole
Hugh W. Ellsaesser, Ph.D.
The Benefits of Increased Carbon Dioxide
Dr. Sherwood B. Idso
Interview with Michael Fox:
Dont Bury Nuclear Waste: Recycle and Reprocess It!
A Model for Cold Fusion Reactions
Kevin L. Zondervan
Interview with Dr. Robert T. Bush at Cal Poly
A Cold Fusion Model That Matches Experimental Data
Interview with Nobuyuki Inoue: Cold Fusion Proceeding Calmly in Japan
The Myth of Farm Overproduction
Robert L. Baker
The U.S. Department of Agriculture Turns Green
RNA Catalysis Gives Insight into the Life Process
John Grauerholz, M.D.
The Hubble Space Telescope: A Revolution in Resolving Power
Tracking Earthquakes: An Experimental Seismic Station
Why Not Mandate Truth in Environmentalism
Dr. J. Gordon Edwards
Cold Fusion and the Missing Neutrons