Authors – C

Author Vol.:No. YYYY:MM Page Title/Section Section/Description
Cadigan, Pat 11:10 1989:07 68 Shoot the Moon Fiction
12:06 1990:03 80 The Power And The Passion Fiction: Mr. Soames loves his work. He believes in the righteousness of his assignments, tackling them as if he were on some kind of bizarre religious crusade. But in the end, can he justify his deadly actions?
12:07 1990:04 53 Scanman Fiction. A resourceful kid who makes a game out of revenge and justice.
13:09 1991:06 70 Johnny Come Home Fiction: In turn-of-the-century Russia, a refuge for Americans fleeing their repressive country, a psychic looks for her brother, who has escaped to a more enticing world.
16:12 1994:09 60 Paris In June Fiction.
5:08 1983:05 126 Vengeance is Yours Fiction
6:02 1983:11 144 Double Treble Fiction
6:04 1984:01 68 Variation on A Man Fiction
7:10 1985:07 62 Roadside Rescue Fiction
9:11 1987:08 68 Patterns Fiction
Caidin, Martin 13:07 1991:04 20 Transportation Supersafe automated systems are taking over more and more of pilots’ duties in airplane cockpits. They may eliminate human error, but they’ve got some problems of their own.
14:02 1991:11 30 Transportation A new NASA spacecraft looks a lot like a project canceled 30 years ago.
Calder, Richard 12:10 1990:07 66 Mosquito Fiction. A transvestite thief is hired to scour the decadent and corrupt streets of the future city of Bangkok. Can s/he survive the lustful journey in the dangerous quest for the perfect doll?
Callahan, Peter 15:03 1992:12 128 Last Word Quitting technology cold-turkey
15:10 1993:08 20 Style The fabric of our lives?
16:01 1993:10 16 Kid Stuff A science museum kids hate to leave
16:01 1993:10 20 Medicine Alternative therapy and the government
16:07 1994:04 25 Kid Stuff Science on wheels
16:08 1994:05 96 Last Word Vacation on the moon
16:09 1994:06 96 Last Word UFOs in New York
16:10 1994:07 8 Law Environmental racism
16:11 1994:07 23 Continuum From Trash to treasure
Calloway, Frank L. 3:12 1981:09 134 Mr. Mouse Fiction
Camoin, FranQois 2:08 1980:05 102 Some of My Best Friends Fiction
Cappon, Daniel 16:12 1994:09 34 IQ2: a new approach to intuition Can intuition, perhaps the most slighted aspect of human intelligence, now be measured? 44 Lucid Dreaming Revisited By John Horgan Until virtual reality delivers on the promises of a malleable world, lucid dreaming can put you in control of your brain’s own strange adventures.
Card, Orson Scott 1:03 1978:12 98 A Thousand Deaths Fiction
1:06 1979:03 50 Unaccompanied Sonata Fiction
1:10 1979:07 68 Deep-breathing Exercises Fiction
1:11 1979:08 76 Quietus Fiction
2:04 1980:01 100 Fat Farm Fiction
3:03 1980:12 88 Saint Amy’s Tale Fiction
3:09 1981:06 74 A Sepulcher of Songs Fiction
5:03 1982:12 138 The Changed Man and the King of Words Fiction
Best of Omni 1 1980 38 Unaccompanied Sonata Fiction
Best of Omni 2 1981 118 A Thousand Deaths Fiction
Best of Omni 3 1982 20 Clap Hands and Sing Fiction
Best of Omni 4 1982 44 Fat Farm Fiction
Best of Omni 4 1982 49 Quietus Fiction
Best of Omni 4 1982 54 St. Amy’s Tale Fiction
Best of Omni 4 1982 62 Deep-breathing Exercises Fiction
Best of Omni 6 1983 6 A Sepulcher of Songs Fiction
Carlson, John 9:12 1987:09 122 Last Word Humor: The Bible’s Middle Testament
Carmichael, Pete 6:08 1984:05 128 Crustacean Camouflage Phenomena
Carpenter, Mary 4:12 1982:09 24 The Body Health
Carr, Carol 6:12 1984:09 106 Tooth Fairy Fiction
Carr, Jayge 2:02 1979:11 76 Malthus’s Day Fiction
3:10 1981:07 62 Blind Spot Fiction
6:03 1983:12 114 Monolyth Fiction
Best of Omni 5 1983 108 Malthus’s Day Fiction
Carroll, Jonathan 11:05 1989:02 68 Mr. Fiddlehead Fiction
12:05 1990:02 50 The Sadness Of Detail Fiction : Although hardly given the choice, a woman with a stale existence and a simple talent finds herself endowed with the ability to transform her future. The price she pays: knowledge.
13:03 1990:12 82 The Dead Love You Fiction: After car owner Anthea Powell is involved in a mysterious auto collision, she quickly discovers that even maximum insurance coverage will not guarantee full protection from a vengeful motorist- but she has effective ways of protecting herself.
14:05 1992:02 62 The Life Of My Crime Fiction. A man’s habitual lies have bizarre consequences.
16:06 1994:03 62 A Wheel in the Desert, The Moon on Some Swings Fiction.
Casinger, Lisa G. 17:02 1994:11 32 Learning Crossing a new road: summer school for science, not grades
17:05 1995:02 18 Kid Stuff Hands-on books
Cassidy, Peter 13:01 1990:10 24 Body Lower back pain? A new device can screen for potential injury by testing weakness.
Cassutt, Michael 1:11 1979:08 130 Explorations Travel
4:06 1982:03 30 Television The Arts
Best of Omni 6 1983 70 The Holy Father Fiction
Caufield, Catherine 9:09 1987:06 22 Earth Fowl Play
Cetron, Marvin 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
13:12 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
Chaikin, Andrew 13:11 1991:08 34 Great Wall Of The Cosmos Six years ago, two respected astronomers discovered that nearby galaxies fell into a distinct pattern rather than being scattered randomly across space. The revelation of cosmic architecture could answer fundamental questions about the universe’s origin.
5:06 1983:03 158 Stars Astronomy
8:12 1986:09 66 Life in Orbit Soviet Master Plan
Chamas, Suzy McKee Best of Omni 2 1981 58 The Ancient Mind at Work Fiction
Chapman, Richard 2:08 1980:05 44 Brain Wars Article
Chappell, Fred 14:09 1992:06 4 First Word Science superheroes
Charnas, Suzy McKee 1:05 1979:02 48 The Ancient Mind Fiction
8:12 1986:09 56 Listening to Brahms Fiction
Chartrand III, Mark R. 1:09 1979:06 18 Space Astronomy
1:10 1979:07 18 Space Astronomy
1:11 1979:08 16 Space Astronomy
1:12 1979:09 18 Space Astronomy
2:01 1979:10 24 Space Astronomy
2:02 1979:11 16 Space Astronomy
2:03 1979_12 26 Space Astronomy
2:04 1980:01 20 Space Astronomy
2:05 1980:02 20 Space Astronomy
2:06 1980:03 20 Space Astronomy
2:08 1980:05 140 Stars Comment
2:10 1980:07 123 Stars Astronomy
2:11 1980:08 123 Stars Astronomy
3:02 1980:11 141 Stars Astronomy
3:03 1980:12 148 Stars Astronomy
4:07 1982:04 140 Stars Astronomy
Chartrand III, Mark R. 2:09 1980:06 123 Stars Astronomy
Chayefsky, Paddy 3:05 1981:02 74 Altered States Pictorial
Chazov, Evgueni 9:02 1986:11 6 First Word Preventing Nuclear War
Cheney, Dick 13:06 1991:03 10 First Word The Berlin Wall’s down; female military enrollment is up. The U.S. secretary of defense reveals how defense policy is being shaped by the end of the Cold War and the ongoing technological and political revolutions.
Cherfas, Dr Jeremy 8:03 1985:12 28 The Body Health
Cheshire-Engler, Donna 5:08 1983:05 108 Life after Liftoff Article
Chesterman, John 1:08 1979:05 92 Return to Loch Ness Article
Chiang, Ted 13:02 1990:11 50 Tower Of Babylon Fiction: The tower had been completed, and in a short while the workers would break into heaven. But would they encounter God’s wrath or wisdom?
Chikarmane, Hemant 14:01 1991:10 87 The Whole Evolution Almanac Here’s evolution in a nutshell. Our time line, compiled by Delta Willis, summarizes its history, and Gurney Williams III surveys some prominent scientists about its future. Try your hand at mutation with Hemant Chikarmane’s tabletop kit. And return to your primitive roots with Keith Harary’s devolution program.
Chrein, Lloyd 12:06 1990:03 18 Space Self-sufficiency was an important criterion in a recent housing-design contest; after all, the closest lumberyard or deli could be 250,000 miles away.
12:10 1990:07 24 Artificial Intelligence The future of computers lies in optics, not electronics. What are the advantages of light rays over electricity?
13:12 1991:09 16 Artificial Intelligence Attention, computer scientists! You have ten years to create a real-life Hal by 2001.
Christopher, Thomas 7:01 1984:10 22 Life Biomedicine
Clark, Caleb John 17:02 1994:11 30 Artificial Intelligence Software by computer: the DC-X lifts off with the help of automatically generated code
Clark, Chip 8:12 1986:09 118 Chambered Nautilus Phenomena
Clarke, 4:02 1981:11 60 Why Man Explores Article
Clarke, Arthur C. 12:01 1989:10 8 First Word Controlling Our Destiny
14:04 1992:01 70 Squid! Fiction.
1:05 1979:02 76 Spaceships Pictorial
2:09 1980:06 76 Electronic Tutors Article
3:12 1981:09 76 Clarke’s next Movie Pictorial
6:08 1984:05 70 Transit of Earth: Mars or Bust Fiction
7:03 1984:12 76 2010 Pictorial
8:10 1986:07 6 Extraterrestrial Life First Word
9:08 1987:05 88 On Golden Seas Fiction
Best of Omni 2 1981 12 Spaceships Text
Clay, Langdon 7:01 1984:10 124 An Office That Responds to the Touch Pictorial
Clute, John 14:10 1992:07 18 Books Future evolution
5:06 1983:03 30 Books The Arts
Cochran, Tracy 17:01 1994:10 54 Mary Visions A virgin in the sky with diamonds
Cohen, Daniel 3:09 1981:06 44 Explorations Update Report
Cohen, David 3:04 1981:01 26 Mind Behavior
Cohen, Jessica 16:08 1994:05 18 Style What to ear: a look into future fashion Wheels By Jeffrey Zygmont Short trip in a solar car
Cohen, Randy 4:11 1982:08 130 Last Word Humor
5:04 1983:01 130 Last Word Humor
5:07 1983:04 154 Last Word Humor
5:10 1983:07 138 Last Word Humor
6:04 1984:01 130 Last Word Humor
6:07 1984:04 138 Last Word Humor
6:11 1984:08 130 Last Word Humor
Cohen, Scott 3:09 1981:06 32 Microchips The Arts
3:10 1981:07 27 Music The Arts
4:07 1982:04 42 Explorations Travel
Cohn, Jeffrey P. 6:11 1984:08 18 Earth Environment
Cole, K. C. 2:05 1980:02 123 Explorations Travel
3:04 1981:01 56 Robert Bussard Interview
Coleman, Mitch 11:04 1989:01 110 Last Word Humor: Prehistoric Innovations
13:12 1991:09 104 Last Word Is your computer a little under the weather? Better consult Dr. Victor Thrake, computer virologist extraordinaire, before your machine goes down-permanently.
7:02 1984:11 154 Last Word Humor
7:07 1985:04 134 Last Word Humor
7:12 1985:09 114 Last Word Humor
8:06 1986:03 118 Last Word Humor
9:02 1986:11 170 Last Word Humor
9:08 1987:05 138 Last Word Humor: E.T. Television
Collier, Denise 3:06 1981:03 24 Mind Behavior
Colligan, Douglas 2:06 1980:03 108 Guerrilla Psych Article
3:07 1981:04 66 Peter Glaser Interview
3:08 1981:05 80 Olaf Helmer Interview
3:08 1981:05 85 Rent-a-conscience Article
4:03 1981:12 102 Visions of the Occult Pictorial
4:04 1982:01 58 Where Flesh and Steel Mesh Pictorial
4:06 1982:03 68 Design Your Own Dreams Article
7:09 1985:06 66 Robotic Soul Article
8:06 1986:03 50 Mind Cures Article
8:10 1986:07 60 Titanic Robots Robert Ballard Interview
8:12 1986:09 60 Cyber City Parisian Museum
9:01 1986:10 170 Trip to the Stars The Great Moon Buggy Contest
Colon, Ernie 17:09 1995:winter 75 CHROMO Fiction.
Colson, Hugues 8:05 1986:02 114 Tar Stars Phenomena
Colt, Jonathan 9:10 1987:07 66 Walk like an Egyptian Reincarnation
Comb, Gordon Mc 4:07 1982:04 26 Books The Arts
Condylis, Nancy 1:05 1979:02 123 Explorations Travel
Condylis, Paul 1:05 1979:02 123 Explorations Travel
Conley, Rick 1:02 1978:11 110 Experiment Fiction
Best of Omni 2 1981 37 Controlled Experiment Fiction
Connell, Jonathan 11:01 1988:10 201 Omni’s Photovore Make Your Own Robot
Connors, Diane 11:01 1988:10 124 Interview . M. Scott Peck
16:01 1993:10 99 Interview Neuroscientist Michael Gazzaniga’s groundbreaking studies of split-brain patients inspired intriguing new theories of brain architecture.
9:06 1987:03 72 Alice Miller Interview: The Roots of Violence
Conroy, Joseph F. 8:08 1986:05 150 Last Word Humor
Cook Jr, E. H. 1:07 1979:04 142 Hepatitis Phenomena
Cook, Kathleen Norris 8:03 1985:12 156 Frosted Dune Phenomena
Cooke, John 4:06 1982:03 126 Spiders Phenomena
Cooper, Ken 7:09 1985:06 148 Meteoric Success Phenomena
Cooper, Leon 11:06 1989:03 6 First Word The Future of Thinking Machines
Cooper, Louise 7:01 1984:10 36 Explorations Travel
Copeland, Anna 16:03 1993:12 10 Wheels Car talk: the brothers Magliozzi go trisyllabic
17:01 1994:10 14 Books Numbers: calculating the mind of God
Copperfield, David 17:02 1994:11 6 First Word A delicate slight of hand: magic and the history of illusion
Cordier, Pierre 6:12 1984:09 72 Chance and Design Pictorial
Corea, Geria 1:07 1979:04 48 Childbirth 2000 Article
Cortazar, Julio 8:02 1985:11 84 The Most Profound Caress Fiction
Costello, Marjorie 11:12 1989:09 106 Star Tech The Consumer Electronics Show
5:06 1983:03 124 Superthreads Article
9:12 1987:09 111 Star Tech The 1987 Consumer Electronics Show
Cotham, Frank 11:01 1988:10 133 Great Moments in Science Cartoon Pictorial
16:07 1994:04 81 Star Warts Satire
Cousins, Norman 12:03 1989:12 6 First Word Can you will away your ills?
Covault, Craig 2:11 1980:08 48 Universe Red Article
Cover, Arthur Byron 3:09 1981:06 39 Books The Arts
Cox, Murray 11:05 1989:02 42 A Question of Taste The First Nationwide Taste Test
12:07 1990:04 74 Interview Paulo Freire, secretary for education in Sao Paulo, says there’s more to literacy than the ability to read.
13:11 1991:08 10 Forum Reason to believe: In spite of evil, in spite of death, belief in the various incarnations of God continues to thrive. What inspires people to keep the faith, and what happens when it no longer answers all the questions?
13:11 1991:08 60 Interview The big picture: Author Morris Berman’ doesn’t shy away from the major issues – truth, God, reality, knowledge. Maybe he doesn’t have the answers, but he has formed some disturbing, fascinating theories.
16:01 1993:10 40 Notes from the New Land At the Monroe Institute, participants go on an extraordinary journey – induced by sound patterns – both into and beyond themselves.
9:01 1986:10 26 Books Clive Barker Profile
Crease, Robert P. 9:09 1987:06 63 Unk: the Accelerator That Couldn’t Shoot Straight Russian Physics
Crowley, John 8:02 1985:11 50 Snow Fiction
Cruver, Philip C. 15:04 1993:01 4 First Word Deus Ex Machina
Culliton, Barbara J. 1:01 1978:10 92 The Turin Shroud Article
Cumings, Art 16:11 1994:07 70 The Artist Cartoon
16:12 1994:09 82 The Artist Cartoon
17:01 1994:10 108 The Artist Cartoon
17:03 1994:12 90 The Artist Cartoon
7:02 1984:11 128 The Artist Cartoon
9:09 1987:06 114 The Artist Cartoon
Cummings, John 11:12 1989:09 34 Save the Planet Problem Solvers: Scientists, Politicians, and Children Address Reforestation, Contaminated Drinking Water, Illiteracy, Health Care, Drugs, and War
12:07 1990:04 42 Save Our Schools Sending out an SOS: Four journalists – Dava Sobel, J. Keith Hefner, Robert Fleming, and John Cummings – examine our school system, including: the controversy over standardized tests; the lack of hands-on experience for students; now big business is offering support with time and money (what are its motives?); and whether we should adopt foreign programs in our school curricula.
12:12 1990:09 14 Education In the shadow of the Statue of Liberty, a New Jersey state park will educate visitors through science-and-technology entertainment.
Cunningham, Jere 6:07 1984:04 54 Fire Fiction
Curtis, Anthony R. 11:05 1989:02 22 Space Orbital Eavesdropping
Cusack, Odean 4:11 1982:08 114 Explorations Travel
5:02 1982:11 158 Explorations Travel
5:08 1983:05 40 Explorations Travel
6:02 1983:11 44 Explorations Travel
6:07 1984:04 34 Explorations Travel
Cuyler, Susanna 3:12 1981:09 28 Computer Graffiti The Arts
9:09 1987:06 16 Forum Australian Dreaming
Cypher, Jon 16:10 1994:07 4 First Word Lights! Camera! Action! It`s time to script a new show for NASA

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