|Spring 2000 Vol. 13, No. 1
Does Time Really Precede Existence?
A Reflection on Prigoginism
Dino De Paoli
The distinguishing characteristic of life can best be seen in mans unique capability to create a culture that fosters the continuing creative breakthroughs necessary for moving civilization forward. It cannot be understood from the lower standpoint of physical processes.
A Note on Nonlinearity
Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.
The Growing Evidence of Planets Beyond Our Solar System
The discovery of 28 probable extrasolar planets, over the past five years, has thrown conventional theories of planet formation into turmoil.
Interview with Prof. Vladimir Voeikov
A Russian Biologist Comments on
What Distinguishes Living Systems
A leading researcher discusses the breaking frontiers of biophysics presented at the Second International A.G. Gurwitsch Conference, held in Moscow in September 1999.
Develop the Amazon!
Brazilian Senator Asks: Why Should Brazilians Go Hungry to Please the Queen of England?
South Africa Plans to Mass Produce
Pebble-Bed HTR Nuclear Reactors
BIOLOGY AND MEDICINE
Promising Cancer Vaccines Move from Lab to Clinic
Clinton Ups Budgets for Science, Space
Time . . . and Philosophical Illiteracy
Discovery of Hydrogen in Space Explains Dark Matter and Redshift
U.S. Uranium Enrichment Privatized to Death?
Krimskys Kaos: The Hormonal Bias of a Bioethicist
A review by Dr. Stephen H. Safe of Hormonal Chaos by Sheldon Krimsky
Is There Life on Mars? The Quest Continues
A review by Marsha Freeman of The Search for Life on Mars: Proceedings of the 1st UK Conference,Julian Hiscox, Ed. and of The Search for Life on Mars by Malcolm Walter
Looking Through the Technology of Glass
A review by Elisabeth Pascali of Glass: From the First Mirror to Fiber Optics: The Story of the Substance That Changed the World by William S. Ellis
Sloppy Presentation of Space Science
A review by Marsha Freeman of five videos for children by produced by Schlessinger Media