November-December 1988 Vol. 1, Nos. 5-6

Designing Cities in the Age of Mars Colonization
Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.
An economist examines the task of building cities that are beautiful and will last through a thousand years of technological progress.

Jacob Steiner’s Legacy: A Synthetic Geometry Curriculum for All Ages
Robert Gallagher
How can we develop genius in children? Teach them to think geometrically.

Space Medicine—Getting Man Ready to Live on Mars
Wolfgang Lillge, M.D.
Space medical research not only will benefit future space colonists but also will help make Earthlings ‘as healthy as an astronaut.’

A Nuclear Pioneer [Erich Bagge] Discusses the Geometric Nucleus
Ralf Schauerhammer

The Benveniste Affair: Good News for Science
J.M. Dutuit

Will Glastnost Sink India’s Soviet Nuclear Deal?
Ramtanu Maitra

Why Are We Running Out of Reliable Electric Power?
Marsha Freeman

Nature Blasts New Experiment On High-Dilution Effects
John Grauerholz, M.D.

Microscopes Beyond the Limit
Charles B. Stevens

Plasma Focus Achieves 5-fold Increase in Fusion Output
Charles B. Stevens

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