September-October 1988 Vol. 1, No. 4

New Discoveries on the Curvature of Space
Jonathan Tennenbaum
A journey from the microcosm to the macrocosm, following the coherent geometry of the universe—from music and the human voice to the placement of the planets in the solar system.

The Plasma Focus Fusion Device: Universal Machine of the Future
Charles B. Stevens
The plasma focus fusion device is ready for breakout in the area of energy production as well as spinoff applications in medicine and defense.

How to Survive When Everyone’s Scared
Thomas H. Jukes, Ph.D.
A leading biochemist offers some advice to those who fear the supposedly unnatural toxins in everyday life.

War Against Disease: The Forgotten Art of Pasteur
Garance Upham Phau

Oil Exploration in India Develops New Resources, New Technologies
Ramtanu Maitra

Did the AIDS Virus Originate In a Soviet Laboratory Accident?
John Grauerholz, M.D.

Interview with Chaovanee Aroonsakul, M.D.: New Developments in Treating Alzheimer’s

Producing New Materials With Acoustic Waves
Marsha Freeman

1-2-3 High-Temperature Superconductor Made with Lanthanum
David Cherry

How a 16-Year-Old Built a Laser in 1961
Dr. Paul Tremblay

Space Station Faces Cancellation
Marsha Freeman

Gamma Rays Reveal Supernova Secrets
David Cherry

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