Authors – D

Author Vol.:No. YYYY:MM Page Title/Section Section/Description
Daly, Herman E. 11:04 1989:01 8 First Word The Economy and the Ecosystem
Dana, Bill 11:10 1989:07 110 Last Word Humor: Astronaut Jose Jimenez
Dann, Jack 13:11 1991:08 66 Voices Fiction: The day the music died: Crocker says he talks to the dead and dares his doubtful friend Steve to accompany him to a funeral. There Steve finds magic and a balm for his hidden grief.
15:11 1993:08 62 Art Appreciation Fiction.
17:04 1995:01 24 Wings Lawrence Hargrave: unheralded aeroplane pioneer
17:06 1995:03 24 Wings Lawrence Hargrave: unheralded aeroplane pioneer
3:12 1981:09 68 Going under Fiction
5:07 1983:04 52 Blind Shemmy Fiction
7:06 1985:03 50 The Gods of Mars Fiction
9:02 1986:11 68 Tattoos Fiction
9:09 1987:06 110 The Fable Of The Farmer And Fox Fiction
9:09 1987:06 54 The Visitation and Other Divine Encounters Fiction: Eight Religious Tales
Dann, Jeanne Van Buren 9:09 1987:06 110 The Fable Of The Farmer And Fox Fiction
9:09 1987:06 54 The Visitation and Other Divine Encounters Fiction: Eight Religious Tales
Dans, Ronald 2:02 1979:11 50 Dream House Article
Darling, David 17:09 1995:winter 4 First Word Supposing something different: reconciling science and the afterlife
Darnell, Cynthia 2:07 1980:04 146 Last Word Opinion
Best of Omni 4 1982 121 Future Books Fiction
Datlow, Ellen 2:08 1980:05 96 Time Travelers Pictorial
3:08 1981:05 100 Stellar Technician Pictorial
Best of Omni 2 1981 138 Time Travelers Text
Daugherty, Leo 9:01 1986:10 100 Pig Thieves on Ptolemy Fiction
David, Leonard 16:02 1993:11 24 Space NASA’s customers speak.
3:12 1981:09 86 Krafft Ehricke Interview
Davies, Owen 12:01 1989:10 112 Future Trends Necessary Information for Life in the Next Century
12:01 1989:10 18 Forum The End-of-the-Century Effect
13:05 1991:02 50 Volatile Vacuum Imagine: Unlimited, free energy fueling our cities and homes; computers more powerful than the human brain; cardboard-thin televisions. Zero-point energy could turn physics on its head.
13:12 1991:09 42 Crystal Globe There are no tall, dark, handsome strangers in sight. Instead, these predictions tackle the future of warfare, the environment, and more.
14:05 1992:02 17 Funds Preparing for 2000
15:08 1993:06 62 Air Repair Engineering solutions to global warming
1:04 1979:01 76 The First Starship Article
1:10 1979:07 58 Lunar Celebration Pictorial
3:02 1980:11 100 Campaign’80: A Computer Analysis Article
4:07 1982:04 20 Space Comment
4:09 1982:06 22 Space Comment
4:12 1982:09 88 Clones Vs Cancer Article
5:02 1982:11 20 Space Comment
5:03 1982:12 176 Stars Astronomy
5:03 1982:12 20 Life Biomedicine
5:04 1983:01 22 Space Comment
5:06 1983:03 38 Artificial Intelligence Computers
5:06 1983:03 40 Breakthroughs Technology
5:08 1983:05 20 Space Comment
5:08 1983:05 34 Artificial Intelligence Computers
5:10 1983:07 22 Space Comment
6:02 1983:11 120 Ringworld Pictorial
6:02 1983:11 26 Artificial Intelligence Computers
6:04 1984:01 24 Artificial Intelligence Computers
7:05 1985:02 78 Digital Dreams Pictorial
7:08 1985:05 76 Scenes of Future Perfect Article
7:12 1985:09 52 Skyshrine Pictorial
8:01 1985:10 24 Space Comment
8:01 1985:10 36 Stars Astronomy
8:02 1985:11 30 Space Comment
8:03 1985:12 34 Artificial Intelligence Computers
8:03 1985:12 74 Cosmic Creation Pictorial
8:06 1986:03 76 Celestial Diary Pictorial
8:08 1986:05 114 Alien Landing Contest Results
8:08 1986:05 18 Earth Environment
8:09 1986:06 32 Stars Astronomy
8:09 1986:06 60 Bug Anatomy Pictorial
8:10 1986:07 24 Space Comment
9:01 1986:10 42 Stars Astronomers versus Environmentalists
9:02 1986:11 34 Artificial Intelligence Voicewriters
9:04 1987:01 76 Cyberwars Robotic Warriors
Davies, Paul 14:05 1992:02 4 First Word Secrets to the universe
Davis, Don 7:08 1985:05 68 Time Traveler Pictorial
Davis, Joel 12:09 1990:06 24 Body Geneticists hope that understanding genomic imprinting may lead to cures for inherited diseases.
2:04 1980:01 113 Explorations Travel
2:06 1980:03 131 Explorations Travel
4:10 1982:07 125 Stars Astronomy
6:04 1984:01 44 Smell Lab Article
6:12 1984:09 22 The Body Health
7:04 1985:01 18 Space Comment
7:09 1985:06 126 Stars Astronomy
8:07 1986:04 30 Artificial Intelligence Computers
Davis, Joel 5:03 1982:12 26 Mind Behavior
Davis, Monte 1:01 1978:10 100 Freeman Dyson Interview
1:08 1979:05 96 Richard Feynman Interview
1:10 1979:07 76 Gerard Gerard O’neill Interview
2:05 1980:02 78 Arno Penzias Interview
2:10 1980:07 84 Arthur Kantrowitz Interview
6:05 1984:02 64 Benoit Benoit Mandelbrot Interview
Davis, Stephen 1:12 1979:09 44 “doc” Article
Davis, Wade 8:05 1986:02 38 Inside Zombie Magic Article
Daviss, Bennett 17:08 1995:fall 20 Mind Networking the brain: tomorrow`s computers in lab dish today
17:09 1995:winter 42 Battelle’s Best Guesses The top ten technologies that will significantly influence our lives in the next decade
de Camp, L. Sprague 3:01 1980:10 118 Noble Savage Pictorial
de Rios, Marlene Dobkin 16:04 1994:01 6 First Word Drug tourism in the Amazon
Deamer, David W 4:11 1982:08 28 Music The Arts
Dean, Thomas 15:02 1992:11 2 First Word Industrial cooperation
DeCarlo, Tessa 16:12 1994:09 22 Style Costuming at the World Con
Decetis, Eric Jay 16:10 1994:07 65 Great moments in science Cartoon Feature
Deeks, John F 4:03 1981:12 174 Superstorm Phenomena
Delany, Samuel R. 14:08 1992:05 58 The Eye Of The Beholder Fiction. A painting inspires varied stories from Samuel R. Delany, Lucius Shepard, Leigh Kennedy, and Joyce Carol Oates
14:08 1992:05 90 The Desert Of Time Fiction
Delson, James 2:02 1979:11 20 The Arts Film
2:03 1979_12 30 Film The Arts
2:05 1980:02 24 Film The Arts
2:06 1980:03 22 Technology The Arts
Dempewolff, Richard F 4:09 1982:06 104 Corporate 007 Article
Dempsey, Ellen 12:07 1990:04 8 First Word Impact II, a teachers’ network, is striving for both short- and long-term changes that could help our public schools flourish.
Densen-Gerber, Judianne 8:03 1985:12 106 Choices in Child81rth Birth Poll
Derlak, Leo 7:11 1985:08 112 Metals in Flux Phenomena
Dershowitz, Alan M. 9:12 1987:09 6 First Word The Future of the Constitution
DeSimone, Diane 6:11 1984:08 68 Kinsey’84: the Science of Sex Article
deSimone, Diane 7:04 1985:01 68 Jerre Levy Interview
Deutsch, Arnold R 4:10 1982:07 6 First Word Opinion
DeVore, Nicholas 3:01 1980:10 190 Birth of an Island Phenomena
Diamond, Nina L 16:10 1994:07 24 Animals Dolphin sonar
Diamond, Nina L. 15:10 1993:08 12 Mind A brain is a terrible thing to waste
16:05 1994:02 16 Mind Psychoactive cure
16:06 1994:03 24 Style From outer space to you
16:07 1994:04 85 Interview Dr. Brian Weiss
16:08 1994:05 22 Medicine Tropical storms and scientific advances
16:11 1994:07 14 Medicine On the sunny side of the street
16:11 1994:07 67 Interview Story Musgrave
Diamond, Stuart 1:02 1978:11 115 Explorations Travel
1:12 1979:09 146 Last Word Opinion
Dick, Philip K. 3:01 1980:10 92 Rautavaara’s Case Fiction
Best of Omni 5 1983 6 Rautavaaras Case Fiction
Dicker, Richard 15:08 1993:06 4 First Word Scientists come to the aid of their imprisoned colleagues in China.
Dickerson, James 15:10 1993:08 50 Murders from the Past Who are these forensic anthropologists, and why are they digging up famous suspected murder victims?
Dickinson, Peter 1:09 1979:06 96 Flight of the Dragon Article
Dickinson, Terence 5:02 1982:11 182 Stars Astronomy
5:08 1983:05 78 Seeds of Life Article
6:03 1983:12 44 Stars Astronomy
7:03 1984:12 44 Stars Astronomy
7:06 1985:03 32 Stars Astronomy
7:10 1985:07 26 Stars Astronomy
8:03 1985:12 38 Stars Astronomy
Dickson, Gordon R. Best of Omni 3 1982 60 God Bless Them Fiction
DiPietro, Vincent 4:07 1982:04 54 Face in Space Article
Disch, Thomas 6:02 1983:11 144 Double Treble Fiction
Disch, Thomas M 4:11 1982:08 32 Books The Arts
Disch, Thomas M. 12:02 1989:11 54 Egg And Chips Fiction : Man’s Best Friends. Separated at birth – the story of a mechanical teddy bear and his childhood friend.
2:08 1980:05 50 Josie and the Elevator Fiction
4:03 1981:12 60 Ringtime Fiction
5:06 1983:03 132 The Shirt’s Tale, the Shorts’story Fiction
9:03 1986:12 68 The Girl with the Vita-gel Hair Fiction
9:08 1987:05 64 Rude Awakening Pictorial Hidden Worlds
9:12 1987:09 42 Palindrome Fiction
9:12 1987:09 74 Brigazoon Pictorial: The Art of Pierre LaCombe
Ditlea, Steve 11:06 1989:03 32 Artificial Intelligence Battling Computer War Games
12:07 1990:04 102 Star Tech Gadgetry for home and travel use.
13:01 1990:10 26 Space How to travel without reservations: Leave your fear of flying and your luggage at home for a trip that’s out of this world.
13:03 1990:12 30 Artificial Intelligence Self-improving computers: Algorithms can help software evolve to meet new and growing demands.
14:05 1992:02 56 Future Manners Keeping courtesy alive in an increasingly technological world.
14:06 1992:03 12 Artificial Intelligence Movies by computer
14:12 1992:09 18 Wheels A car that parks itself
9:05 1987:02 26 Artificial Intelligence Pseudophotography
9:07 1987:04 24 Artificial Intelligence Timothy Leary’s Software
9:12 1987:09 16 Artificial Intelligence Encyclopedic Network
Dixon, Bernard 1:09 1979:06 20 Life Biomedicine
1:10 1979:07 20 Life Biomedicine
1:11 1979:08 20 Life Biomedicine
1:12 1979:09 20 Life Biomedicine
2:01 1979:10 26 Life Biomedicine
2:02 1979:11 18 Life Biomedicine
2:03 1979_12 28 Life Biomedicine
2:04 1980:01 16 Life Biomedicine
2:05 1980:02 22 Life Biomedicine
2:05 1980:02 92 Future Curves Article
2:06 1980:03 18 Life Biomedicine
2:07 1980:04 18 Life Biomedicine
2:08 1980:05 20 Life Biomedicine
2:09 1980:06 18 Life Biomedicine
2:10 1980:07 20 Life Biomedicine
2:11 1980:08 20 Life Biomedicine
2:12 1980:09 18 Life Biomedicine
2:12 1980:09 6 First Word Opinion
2:12 1980:09 68 Star Northcote Parkinson Interview
3:01 1980:10 28 Life Biomedicine
3:02 1980:11 18 Life Biomedicine
3:03 1980:12 20 Life Biomedicine
3:05 1981:02 20 Life Biomedicine
3:06 1981:03 20 Life Biomedicine
3:07 1981:04 22 Life Biomedicine
3:08 1981:05 19 Life Biomedicine
3:09 1981:06 20 Life Biomedicine
3:11 1981:08 18 Life Biomedicine
3:12 1981:09 146 Last Word Humor
3:12 1981:09 20 Life Biomedicine
4:01 1981:10 20 Life Biomedicine
4:02 1981:11 24 Life Biomedicine
4:03 1981:12 22 Life Biomedicine
4:04 1982:01 18 Life Biomedicine
4:05 1982:02 18 Life Biomedicine
4:06 1982:03 16 Life Biomedicine
4:07 1982:04 18 Life Biomedicine
4:08 1982:05 14 Life Biomedicine
4:09 1982:06 18 Life Biomedicine
4:10 1982:07 18 Life Biomedicine
4:11 1982:08 16 Life Biomedicine
4:12 1982:09 18 Oldest Life Forms Life
5:01 1982:10 24 Life Biomedicine
Doner, Kalia 16:04 1994:01 14 Travel Beasts in the Everglades
Dong, Paul 3:08 1981:05 36 Film/casting/books Update Report
Dooling, Dave 1:10 1979:07 137 Explorations Travel
Dorman, J. Anderson 2:02 1979:11 6 First Word Opinion
Douglis, Carole 8:02 1985:11 62 Stones That Speak to the Future Article
9:06 1987:03 18 Earth Worldly Healers
Dowie, Mark 11:05 1989:02 26 Body Organ Transplanting in the Twenty-first Century
12:12 1990:09 66 Interview Animal organs will be preferable to artificial ones, says Thomas Starzl, the world’s preeminent transplant surgeon.
Downs, Hugh 2:06 1980:03 116 The Longest Story Ever Told Fiction
9:06 1987:03 6 First Word Space Program Woes
Best of Omni 2 1981 22 The Longest Story Ever Told Fiction
Dozois, Gardner 11:05 1989:02 48 Solace Fiction
13:02 1990:11 90 Apres Moi Fiction: It wasn’t fair; Allen always got his way. When would his lucky streak end?
4:02 1981:11 56 Executive Clemency Fiction
6:04 1984:01 78 Morning Child Fiction
7:06 1985:03 50 The Gods of Mars Fiction
Drake, David 2:08 1980:05 60 Men like Us Fiction
Drake, Frank 15:01 1992:10 6 First Word Calling E.T.
Drake, Frank D. 6:01 1983:10 206 The Future of Seti Stars
Dricks, Victor 13:02 1990:11 14 Stars It’s all done with mirrors: Bringing the heavens down to Earth was Angel’s miracle. The latest telescope lenses are giving us a clearer view of outer space.
17:01 1994:10 18 Stars He made the starts also: the Vatican`s astronomers combine cosmology and theology
Driscoll C.F.C., John G. 3:11 1981:08 6 First Word Opinion
Drusine, Helen 1:04 1979:01 92 Solar Politics Article
Druyan, Ann 15:01 1992:10 44 On Earth As It Is In Heaven Revisiting the creation of our solar system reminds us of the link between the Earth and all that surrounds it.
Dubos, Rene 4:03 1981:12 70 Survival Article
Dula, Art 3:05 1981:02 130 Last Word Opinion
Dumont, Belinda 2:05 1980:02 44 Orthohealing Article
Dunlap, David W. 7:01 1984:10 116 Future Metropolis Article
Dunn, J. R. 11:08 1989:05 50 The Gates of Babel Fiction
14:12 1992:09 52 Overtures Fiction. On the planet Spinoza, a pattern appears on the wall of a half-finished building. What tests must humans pass before the alien designers will make contact?
Dunn, J.R. 14:03 1991:12 66 The Other Shore Fiction. Several years ago, renegade geneticists cooked up a modern version of the Black Death that attacked only non-Caucasians, devastating the population of the Third World. As the world struggles to recover, FBI agent Dave must escort Bedford, one of the accused scientists, to trial, where he faces almost certain death. There’s just one problem: Dave thinks the likable Bedford is innocent.
Dunn, Philip 2:03 1979_12 90 Seven Wonders of the Universe Pictorial
Best of Omni 2 1981 112 7 Wonders of the Universe Text
Dunn, Robert 7:11 1985:08 68 The Kite Man Fiction
Duntemann, Jeff 6:01 1983:10 116 Borovsky’s Hollow Woman Fiction
Dupont, Alexis I. 1:03 1978:12 122 Explorations Travel
Dupont, Anne 1:03 1978:12 122 Explorations Travel
Durant III, F. C. 1:08 1979:05 80 Visions of the Cosmos Pictorial
1:12 1979:09 82 Eyewitness to Space Pictorial
2:05 1980:02 68 Infinite Voyager Pictorial
2:12 1980:09 72 Space Witness Pictorial
3:09 1981:06 96 Eastern Star Pictorial
Best of Omni 1 1980 60 Visions of the Cosmos Text
Durant III, Frederick C. 4:02 1981:11 104 Cosmic Surrealism Pictorial
9:05 1987:02 50 Lunar Fantasies Pictorial: The First Great Moon Expedition
Durden-Smith, Jo 6:11 1984:08 68 Kinsey’84: the Science of Sex Article
7:04 1985:01 68 Jerre Levy Interview
Durham, Tony 4:05 1982:02 74 The Tiny World of Clive Sinclair Article
Duvic, Patrice 1:06 1979:03 104 Butterflies Wings Fiction
Best of Omni 3 1982 120 The Eyes on Butterflies’ Wings Fiction
Dworetzky, Tom 11:01 1988:10 92 Child of A Lesser God Artificial Life Forms
12:02 1989:11 54 Lucky Fiction: A space bum and a feline cross paths. Who ends up in the catbird seat?
12:02 1989:11 Insert The Omni Book of Dreams “The Sleep File,” by Joni Miller: Next time you dream of plunging to your death or soaring high above a forest, grab for your Omni collection of symbols. “Midnight Express,” by Bob Berger: A bus trek across the country reveals some unexpected nighttime stories. “Celebrity Vision,” by Judy Feldman: Jules Feiffer and other notables give us a glimpse of their sleep psyches.
13:02 1990:11 18 Arts What kind of interiors can you expect from a designer who looks to science fiction for inspiration and to God for approval?
13:06 1991:03 50 Mechanimals Have artificial intelligence researchers been aiming too high by attempting to simulate the thought processes of the human mind? Some scientists think so and have turned their attention from human intelligence to something simpler-animal intelligence. Will mechanical cats soon chase robot mice?
13:08 1991:05 34 Perpetual Power Will renewable sources power society in the future? While weaning the world away from oil will be a long, tough process, some mavericks have been paving the way for cheaper, cleaner, saner energy.
13:10 1991:07 34 Rim Shots Considered too remote for the Apollo program, the Pacific Rim has become the hotspot for spaceports in the works. But a boom in space launches in the Pacific could sound the death knell for the U.S. space industry.
13:11 1991:08 22 Political Science Getting the lead out: Dan Quayle’s Council on Competitiveness kills a lead-recycling bill because the costs outweigh the benefits – saving lives and the environment.
13:12 1991:09 23 Political Science It’s not whether you win or lose, it’s how you play the game. When it comes to industrial policy, the Bush administration prefers not to play at all.
14:01 1991:10 18 Political Science The whole planet could be bombed back to the Stone Age if the United States doesn’t keep a closer eye on its plutonium.
14:02 1991:11 28 Political Science Bush’s education vouchers would allow parents to use government money to send their kids to private school.
14:03 1991:12 20 Political Science Why doesn’t the U.S. buy the nukes the Soviets are tossing out to keep up with the Bushes?
14:04 1992:01 28 Political Science Ailing trauma facilities
14:05 1992:02 27 Political Science’ The electronic government
14:05 1992:02 46 Asylum! Glasnost has begun to reveal the appalling abuse of psychiatry in the Soviet Union.
14:06 1992:03 22 Political Science Mexico and free trade
14:06 1992:03 46 Touring The Jungles Vacationing in endangered areas gives a unique perspective on the damage we’re doing to the environment. 56 Crumbling Infostructure By Gregg Keizer Every day, books, movies, and computer data decay and eventually disappear. How can we save them?
14:07 1992:04 24 Political Science Why we need RU486
14:08 1992:05 18 Political Science The spin doctor is in
14:09 1992:06 9 Political Science Promises, promises? What did Bush say? What did he do?
14:10 1992:07 16 Political Science Understanding the LA riots
14:11 1992:08 14 Political Science Building information highways
14:12 1992:09 16 Political Science The TV generation
15:02 1992:11 24 Political Science High-tech unemployment
15:04 1993:01 8 Political Science Hi-tech pharming
15:05 1993:02,03 16 Political Science A genetic Pandora’s box
15:06 1993:04 14 Political Science To fix the economy, we need to fix how we calculate the GNR
15:07 1993:05 14 Political Science We must discover the way of the civilian warrior.
15:08 1993:06 12 Political Science Defending Star Wars
15:10 1993:08 24 Political Science Health-care triage
15:11 1993:08 22 Political Science Free drugs for addicts – in jail
16:01 1993:10 22 Political Science Virtual reality becomes virtual mundanity.
16:03 1993:12 18 Political Science The former United States
16:05 1994:02 9 Political Science Richard Nixon reborn
16:07 1994:04 12 Virtual Realities Easing the transition to Mars
16:09 1994:06 22 Virtual Realities Varieties of religious experience
16:11 1994:07 16 Virtual Realities Crime and punishment
17:01 1994:10 19 Virtual Reality Naked net: confessions of a cyberjunkie: four hours a day, full baud.
17:03 1994:12 24 Virtual Realities Good-by Mr. Chips: the last days of the virtual teacher
Dyer, S. N. 17:07 1995:04 66 Resolve and Resistance Fiction.
Dyson, Freeman 8:05 1986:02 10 First Word Opinion
8:08 1986:05 22 Space Comment
Dyson, Freeman J. 6:10 1984:07 6 First Word Opinion
Dziemianowicz, Joe 14:08 1992:05 14 Arts Painting Alzheimer’s

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