Summer 1991 Vol. 4, No. 2

A Refutation of Artificial Intelligence: Georg Cantor’s Contribution to the Study of Human Mind
Dino de Paoli
A computer can never “know”; but there are no limits to human knowledge—it is transfinite.

Sending Man into Space Is the Key to Economic Growth
Marsha Freeman
If man heads again for the Moon and Mars, there will be no limits to economic growth on Earth or to cultural optimism.

Putting Chernobyl in Perspective
Dr. Richard Wilson
A U.S. nuclear physicist reviews two Russian accounts of the Chernobyl accident and discusses what happened, why, and what the consequences are.

U.S. Declassifies Its Depopulation Policy
Joseph Brewda

Infectious Disease Is the Growth Area of the 1990s
John Grauerholz, M.D.

Malthus and His Friends Today

Peace Through Development: Infrastructure for a Free Europe

Cold Fusion: Good Research, Bad Press
Marjorie Mazel Hecht

Interview with Dr. Martin Fleischmann:
Fusion Can Meet Our Future Energy Needs!

Whither ‘Cold Fusion’?
Dr. M. Srinivasan

Hydron Fusion: New Theory Models Nuclear Energy Release in Metals
Frederick J. Mayer and John R. Reitz

A Primer on Cold Fusion Repeatability
Hal Fox

Interview with Dr. J.J. Lagowski: Naval Lab’s Cold Fusion Experiment: ‘There Must Be a Nuclear Process Involved’

Chicken Little and the Ozone Hole Or, How the EPA Creates Scare Stories
Rogelio A. Maduro

Armenian Scientists Appeal for International Support
Prof. Vahagn Gurzadian

The Semi-official Ecofreak Irritation Guide Workshop Manual
Rick Sieman

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