Fall 1998 Vol. 11, No. 3

Should the Laws of Gravitation Be Reconsidered?
Maurice F.C. Allais
Anomalies in the behavior of a pendulum hung from steel balls, observed continuously for weeks, suggest the action of a previously unknown field.


    Alexander Gurwitsch and the Concept of the Biological Field, Part 2
    Michael Lipkind
    A student of the great biologist discusses the importance of Gurwitsch’s thought and his work.

    Remarks on Gurwitsch’s Method, Part 2
    Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.
    An economist comments on the importance of Gurwitsch’s method for physical economy.

Spiral Eddies: The Discovery That Changed
The Face of the Oceans
Dr. Robert E. Stevenson
The ocean’s surface is a vast, nonlinear array of spiral eddies, which defies all attempts at modelling by averaging techniques. Here, America’s pioneer space oceanographer tells how the Sklyab and Shuttle observations revolutionized our knowledge of the oceans.

The Reciprocity of Extremes: The Astrophysics of Gurwitsch Radiation
Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

Africa: Projects for Transformation
Linda de Hoyos

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