Authors – F

Author Vol.:No. YYYY:MM Page Title/Section Section/Description
Fantel, Hans 5:07 1983:04 138 Books The Arts
Farber, Sharon 11:09 1989:06 128 Last Word Humor: High School Reunion
Farber, Sharon N. 11:03 1988:12 70 On the Edge Fiction
Farr, Richard 17:08 1995:fall 32 Books The first three volumes: a big bang for publishing
Fate, Vincent Pi Best of Omni 3 1982 90 Stellar Technician Pictorial
Faulkner, Douglas 1:08 1979:05 58 The Universe below Pictorial
1:12 1979:09 56 Geoscapes Pictorial
Feldman, Judy 11:02 1988:11 122 Star Tech Luxury Items for the Year 2000
11:04 1989:01 88 Star Tech Kit-assembled Gyroplanes, Electric-motor Minicars, and Other Tools for the Year 2000
11:06 1989:03 118 Star Tech Future Home Movie Theaters
11:08 1989:05 120 Star Tech High-Tech Toys for Tots
11:09 1989:06 124 Star Tech Exercise Equipment for the Year 2000
11:11 1989:08 98 Star Tech Musical Gloves, Palm-Size Telephones, and Other Tools for the Twenty-First Century
12:01 1989:10 162 Star Tech Spy Tools for the Year 2000
12:03 1989:12 152 Star Tech Future transportation.
12:05 1990:02 122 Star Tech Recycled and Earth-safe products to help our ailing planet.
Felice, Cynthia 6:03 1983:12 98 Track of A Legend Fiction
Ferrell, Keith 13:01 1990:10 22 Artificial Intelligence A Soviet game designer knows how to play with your psyche and hook you into computer games.
13:05 1991:02 14 Forum Science can be glorious entertainment if we give our children’s teachers the freedom to be creative.
13:06 1991:03 12 Forum Astronaut Michael Collins makes a case for a manned mission to Mars.
13:07 1991:04 12 Forum From the office to the war in the Persian Gulf, communications technology is changing the world and our perceptions of it. Can we- and will we-use our new tools to reach out to other peoples and work toward peace and understanding?
13:09 1991:06 10 The Home Office Of 2020 Work will be a breeze by the time two decades of the next century has passed. Our special section speculates about the ultimate home office and future reading habits. And Nobel laureate Arno Penzias follows Rachel, a college student, as she works with a robot and writes her thesis at the bus stop.
14:01 1991:10 14 Forum Inherit the ignorance: Sixty-six years after the Scopes monkey trial, some schools still teach creationism as a science. Why does evolution frighten some people?
14:04 1992:01 8 Forum Space and the presidency
14:05 1992:02 6 Forum Fascinated by SF
14:07 1992:04 11 Forum Really good SF books
14:09 1992:06 22 Requiem Mourning Isaac Asimov
14:09 1992:06 8 Forum Of elections and education
14:12 1992:09 10 Forum Putting real science – and a real scientist – on the big screen
15:01 1992:10 50 How to Build an Alien Feature
15:03 1992:12 12 Forum In praise of an editor
15:04 1993:01 9 Forum The Society for Literature and Science
15:05 1993:02,03 10 Forum Star Trek: Deep Space Nine
15:06 1993:04 8 Forum A scientist who can write
15:09 1993:07 6 Forum Science Fiction Film and Print
16:01 1993:10 24 Omni Online Presenting the ultimate tool for the twenty-first century
16:02 1993:11 28 Omni Online Up and running
16:03 1993:12 32 Omni Online Launched and getting raves
16:04 1994:01 29 Omni Online Virtual delights
16:07 1994:04 10 Forum Announcing Project Open Book
16:09 1994:06 6 Forum Remembering Murray
17:02 1994:11 10 Forum Dr Damasio`s achievement
17:08 1995:fall 10 Forum We?re back ? and we?ve missed you: some notes on our change in format
17:08 1995:fall 73 Science Fiction What may be the biggest SF series of all: Chung Kuo
Ferris, Michael 7:08 1985:05 118 Last Word Humor
Ferris, Timothy 7:02 1984:11 6 First Word Opinion
8:02 1985:11 4 First Word Opinion
Fettner, Ann Giudici 9:01 1986:10 60 Elixirs of Youth Born-again Genes and Youth Pills
ffooks, Nigel 5:11 1983:08 130 Densa: Mensa for the Dumb Last Word
Ficarra, John 5:01 1982:10 202 Last Word Humor
5:12 1983:09 194 Last Word Humor
6:09 1984:06 158 Last Word Humor
8:02 1985:11 130 Last Word Humor
Fiction., 15:05 1993:02,03 62 The Battle of Long Island Nancy Kress
Finder, Joseph 6:02 1983:11 136 Dr. Bird’s Brains Article
Fine, Carla 4:04 1982:01 70 Science Vs Male Sterility Article
Fine, Gary Alan 4:05 1982:02 24 Mind Behavior
Finger, Harold B. 9:03 1986:12 6 First Word Nuclear Energy
Fischetti, Mark 14:02 1991:11 20 Wheels Get a charge out of driving with GM’s electric cars.
Fisher, Helen E. 5:06 1983:03 94 Richard Leakey’s Time Machine Interview
5:07 1983:04 20 Life Biomedicine
Fishman, Steve 12:12 1990:09 42 The Dean Of Psi A mind is a terrible thing to waste: A prominent Princeton scientist is investigating telekinesis, clairvoyance, and telepathy. The results: Psychic phenomena in small but measurable quantities exist.
Fitzgerald, Karen 17:04 1995:01 16 Digs Before the deluge
17:06 1995:03 16 Digs Before the deluge
Fjermedal, Grant 9:01 1986:10 38 Artificial Intelligence Surrogate Brains
9:04 1987:01 78 The Blade Runner Blues Superhuman Soldiers
9:10 1987:07 22 Artificial Intelligence Online Junkies
Fleming, Robert 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
12:01 1989:10 30 Artificial Intelligence NASA’s Smart Computers
12:04 1990:01 28 Artificial Intelligence Nobel laureate Arno Penzias asks how to make the most of, and suffer the least from, the future wave of technology.
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.
17:04 1995:01 48 Searching for Dollars: Funding Science Today American researchers are feeling the pressure as Congress tightens the cash-flow spigot.
17:06 1995:03 48 Searching for Dollars: Funding Science Today American researchers are feeling the pressure as Congress tightens the cash-flow spigot.
Fodor, Joe 11:01 1988:10 72 Nature’s Single Parents Pictorial: Reproductive Modes
Ford, Barbara 2:03 1979_12 116 Survivors Article
5:06 1983:03 24 Mind Behavior
Ford, John M. 5:12 1983:09 86 Boundary Echoes Fiction
Forman, Brenda 11:07 1989:04 22 Space Who Killed Landsat?
11:10 1989:07 16 Forum What if Apollo Had Never Happened?
12:04 1990:01 24 Space Austria will do anything, even windows, to build its space program. This tiny nation’s agency, headed up by Johannes Ortner, has big plans for space ventures.
12:10 1990:07 34 Voyage To A Far Planet Reaching Mars could take nearly three years and $400 billion, so an international joint venture seems inevitable. What can the Soviet Union, Japan, and Canada contribute? Forman also delves into the potential problems facing the space travelers on their extended journey.
14:09 1992:06 14 Space The last explorers
15:04 1993:01 18 Space Buzz Aldrin and Freedom
15:11 1993:08 20 Space A marriage made in the heavens.
16:11 1994:07 20 Space Enter Tonga.
Forward, Dr. Robert L. 1:04 1979:01 88 Goodbye Gravity Article
Best of Omni 2 1981 46 The Singing Diamond Fiction
Forward, Robert L. 1:05 1979:02 70 The Singing Diamond Fiction
1:06 1979:03 54 Einstein’s Legacy Article
2:02 1979:11 44 Antimatter Revealed Article
2:05 1980:02 54 Comet Catcher Article
2:08 1980:05 92 Time Machine Article
2:12 1980:09 60 Life on A Neutron Star Article
3:08 1981:05 106 Alien in Our Seas Article
3:10 1981:07 44 High-wire Act Article
5:02 1982:11 38 Breakthroughs Technology
Foss, Christopher Best of Omni 2 1981 38 21st-century Foss Paintings
Fossey, Dian 5:12 1983:09 18 Earth Environment
Foster, Alan Dean Best of Omni 5 1983 101 Village of the Chosen Fiction
Fowler, Karen Joy 12:02 1989:11 54 Faded Roses Fiction: What could become of the gorillas in our midst?
Fox, Steve 11:08 1989:05 124 Last Word Humor: Government Nicknames?
13:02 1990:11 142 Star Tech Lightweight and powerful – the newest laptop computers promise to perform as well as the homebound versions.
8:06 1986:03 38 The Teams of 2000 Quiz
8:07 1986:04 22 Breakthroughs Technology
Frank, Mark R. 6:08 1984:05 134 Last Word Humor
Franke, Herbert W 2:02 1979:11 66 Manfred Kage Pictorial
Franke, Herbert W. 3:11 1981:08 126 Digitized Einstein Phenomena
Frazier, Robert 13:10 1991:07 67 Stigmata Fiction: Deep in the tangled, vibrant rain forest, a man struggles to escape his memories of a lost love and searches for truth. Antimatter A UFO unites contentious Belgium; vampire bats may be moving to Florida, but they’re not retiring; a modern-day Dracula and the original’s stolen ring; and more.
Freedman, David H. 17:05 1995:02 62 Profiles in Artificial Intelligence Researchers take a nature-based approach to Al
Freeman, Jack 3:09 1981:06 32 Microchips The Arts
Freeman, Michael 1:03 1978:12 142 Prismatic Spring Phenomena
Freifeld, Karen 8:11 1986:08 22 Explorations Naturalist Retreat
9:03 1986:12 26 Explorations Arctic Sun
Freitas Jr., Robert 5:10 1983:07 44 Self-replicating Robots Article
6:12 1984:09 34 Stars Astronomy
Freitas Jr., Robert A. 2:02 1979:11 84 Illegal Aliens Article
French, Bevan M. 1:10 1979:07 44 The Once and Future Moon Article
French, Kimberly 12:09 1990:06 28 Earth Whale watching creates public interest, but are we loving these giant animals to death?
Fritz, Sandy 12:02 1989:11 67 Pictorial Each taxpayer laid out about $2.40 for Voyager’s journey; 118,000 photos later, scientists are calling it a real bargain. But was it worth the trip just to count moons and find out that our weather isn’t so bad?
13:05 1991:02 65 The Mathematical Gardener Pictorial: The formulas used in the creation of these graphic flowers could be the basis of the mathematical rules that govern the development of plant life around the world.
13:10 1991:07 56 Dugald Stermer: Illustrator Of The Lost Ark Pictorial. Lost Ark. Where the wild things are: Drawing the animals one by one, Dugald Stermer creates a naturalistic Noah’s Ark.
13:12 1991:09 30 Tools Go build a kite; to patent something, get a lawyer, not a videotape; and more.
13:12 1991:09 66 Legends On The Screen Pictorial: Lillian Schwartz uses the computer as a digital fun house mirror, blending different images to create a wholly modern form of portrait art.
14:01 1991:10 24 Tools Being God is harder than it looks; evolution by the numbers; and more.
14:01 1991:10 58 Cast In Stone Pictorial Over long millennia, nature sculpted its image in stone, creating postcards from the past. We’ve just begun to unlock their secrets.
14:02 1991:11 24 Tools Popcorn’s informational kernels; past-life cards; and more.
14:03 1991:12 22 Tools Everything you always wanted to know about the paranormal but were afraid to ask; cars so new they haven’t been invented yet; and more.
14:04 1992:01 16 Tools Whirlybirds, real birds Wheels By Jeffrey Zygmont Smart highways
Fruchtman, Rob 13:03 1990:12 68 Freedom Trail Traveling through Eastern Europe, a documentary filmmaker reports on what the future holds for the people of the former Communist bloc countries.
Frude, Neil 6:02 1983:11 30 Mind Behavior
Fuchs, Ernst Best of Omni 1 1980 114 Sandkings Illustration
Best of Omni 5 1983 139 Pictorial Pictorial
Fukuda, Shigeo 7:07 1985:04 80 Illlusionarium Pictorial
Fuller, John G. 5:08 1983:05 52 The Day We Bombed Utah Article
6:06 1984:03 44 Death by Robot Article
8:09 1986:06 82 War of Winds Article
Fuller, Renee 2:09 1980:06 22 Mind Behavior
Furst, Al 5:03 1982:12 182 Explorations Travel
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