Winter 1994-1995 Vol. 7, No. 4

A Memoir: Krafft Ehricke’s Extraterrestrial Imperative
Marsha Freeman
Ehricke’s concept of the extraterrestrial imperative, expressed concretely in his plans to industrialize the Moon, provides the pathway back to the science-driven economic development that characterized the European Renaissance-and the beginning of the space age.

An Interview with Prof. Yuval Ne’eman:
Israel’s Path in Science and Technology
A prominent Israeli scientist talks about his nation’s space program and the problems and potential of the thousands of recent immigrant Russian scientists and engineers.

The World Needs the Plutonium Option!
Masao Hori
Fast breeder reactors and plutonium fuel are essential to provide abundant energy for the 21st century.

The Really Shocking Royal Secret:
British Crown Rules the Greens

Combatting ‘Poison Paranoia’:
A Toxicologist [Alice Ottoboni] Talks about Carcinogens and Risk

An Interview with Dr. Kenneth Olden:
Accurately Determining Environmental Risks

Nuclear Energy at a Crossroads:
A Report from Argentina, Brazil, and Mexico
Marjorie Mazel Hecht

Lorenzo’s Oil: A True Story of Scientific Discovery
Marjorie Mazel Hecht

High-Intensity Short-Pulse Lasers: Leading Lights of Science
Mark Wilsey

Achieving Cold Fusion with Acoustical Waves
Carol White

A Petition to Protect Endangered Home sapiens
William Hazeltine, Ph.D.

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