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Author Vol.:No. YYYY:MM Page Title/Section Section/Description
Nadis, Steve 11:02 1988:11 22 Space The Earth Observing System
11:07 1989:04 28 Stars Neutrino Hunters
11:08 1989:05 26 Stars Infrared Miners
11:12 1989:09 94 Stars Cosmic Paleontologists
12:02 1989:11 30 Space Superconductors may power future trains on Earth, but for Alvin Marks’s vision, we’ll need superconductors to drive his train and collect the tickets.
12:05 1990:02 24 Mind Turn off the lights, please! Former LSD users are experiencing visual reruns that rival the worst’ of late-night television.
12:06 1990:03 32 Earth Of course we care about the freedom of our neighbors in Eastern Europe and Amazon deforestation, but how can we put it in perspective when most of us don’t know where these places are? A new globe may help us view the planet as an entity, not as fragments.
13:02 1990:11 24 Earth Down under: The scarcity of metropolitan sites in Japan won’t stop expansion; they’re now planning an entire underground city.
13:08 1991:05 50 Alternative Sources: A Status Report (Authors) look at the rivals of oil. Solar and nuclear power are still in the running, but they are getting some stiff competition from cow manure and the earth’s steamy interior.
14:05 1992:02 16 Mind Conserving mental energy
14:12 1992:09 24 Stars A California telescope in Tennessee
15:02 1992:11 12 Space Decorating the space station
15:03 1992:12 56 Killer Comets Giant rocks from outer space: They did in the dinosaurs. Are humans next?
15:05 1993:02,03 22 Medicine Worldwide medical data
15:06 1993:04 10 Mind Test-tube obedience training: nerve cells in a dish obey like Pavlovian dogs.
15:08 1993:06 10 Wheels Autovision: the art of driving while watching TV.
15:08 1993:06 20 Animals Do elephants ever forget?
15:09 1993:07 14 Mind Can a drug end addiction?
15:10 1993:08 8 Artificial intelligence The getting of wisdom
16:03 1993:12 33 Stars An ear to the heavens
16:04 1994:01 26 Artificial Intelligence Sight into sound
16:07 1994:04 16 Stars Computing the universe
16:09 1994:06 24 Earth Swamp of dreams
16:10 1994:07 18 Wheels Highway winds
16:11 1994:07 12 Mind The phantasmic realm of sleep disorders
17:01 1994:10 22 Wheels Gridlock terminator: neural nets predict the traffic future
17:02 1994:11 12 Stars A star is born
17:02 1994:11 16 Sounds The quiet crisis: how far would you go for a little peace and quiet?
17:03 1994:12 18 Sounds Sounds of the silent
17:03 1994:12 28 Artificial Intelligence Brainstorming software: can your computer be equipped with artificial creativity?
17:03 1994:12 32 Mind Hallucinations, delusions, and schizophrenia
17:03 1994:12 76 Interview Richard Hoagland. A close-up look at the man behind the face on Mars
17:04 1995:01 22 Arts The reclamation proclamation
17:04 1995:01 9 Medicine Microrobots
17:05 1995:02 20 Stars Speed traps for high-energy cosmic rays
17:06 1995:03 22 Arts The reclamation proclamation
17:06 1995:03 9 Medicine Microrobots
17:07 1995:04 8 Mind Beyond central control
17:08 1995:fall 18 Medicine Fuzzy Fysicians
17:08 1995:fall 35 Continuum Poetry for chemists: sonnets find their way into chemistry class. Plus, building up a rat`s self-image, and logging on at lunch.
17:09 1995:winter 12 Mind Utter amorality: can psychopaths feel emotions?
17:09 1995:winter 16 Stars Astronomy by numbers: scientists digitize the sky to reveal its hidden secrets
7:08 1985:05 24 Stars Astronomy
8:06 1986:03 24 Stars Astronomy
9:09 1987:06 26 Space Asleep in the Cosmos
9:11 1987:08 24 Stars When Galaxies Collide
Nagelschmidt, Shirley M. 3:10 1981:07 16 Life Biomedicine
Nahin, Paul 4:07 1982:04 146 Last Word Humor
Nahin, Paul J Best of Omni 2 1981 134 The Language Clarifier Fiction
Nahin, Paul J. 1:04 1979:01 50 Newton’s Gift Fiction
1:08 1979:05 100 The Language Clarifier Fiction
2:04 1980:01 84 The Box Fiction
2:11 1980:08 74 A Father S Gift Fiction
3:03 1980:12 48 For Your Eyes Only Article
3:07 1981:04 84 The Infinite Plane Fiction
Best of Omni 3 1982 52 Newton’s Gift Fiction
Nalley, Richard 12:09 1990:06 55 Changing Channels Interactive television games let you compete with other quiz show viewers. Will interactive TV sweep the nation? That’s the $64,000 question.
Naughton, Jim 8:08 1986:05 24 Life Anthropology
Naughton, Tom 12:05 1990:02 124 Last Word Your socks are single, and you don’t even own a clothes dryer. And who hasn’t woken up cold because the blankets were wrappped around his partner? This month we expose these and other wonders.
Nelson, Martha 8:03 1985:12 24 Prenatal Learning Life
Nelson, Ted 1:02 1978:11 58 Computer Lib Article
Newbert, Chris 6:06 1984:03 60 Which is the Grander View? Pictorial
7:04 1985:01 112 Starscape Phenomena
Newman, Edwin 3:01 1980:10 88 Torrents of Babel Article
Nicholson, Sam 1:07 1979:04 94 Oil is Not Gold Fiction
3:03 1980:12 56 The Hunting of Hewlish Fiction
4:10 1982:07 130 Last Word Humor
Best of Omni 3 1982 126 Oil is Not Gold Fiction
Best of Omni 5 1983 24 The Hunting of Hewlish Fiction
Niven, Larry 2:10 1980:07 130 Last Word Opinion
4:01 1981:10 76 Oath of Fealty Fiction
5:09 1983:06 100 Robots Built for Destruction Fiction
Nolen, William A. 5:01 1982:10 28 Brain Transplants The Body
Nollet, Judy 13:02 1990:11 144 Last Word How well would you fare on the Nicholson Scale? Are you merely psychotic or the Devil reincarnated?
Nollman, Jim 8:05 1986:02 20 Earth Environment
Noonan, Peggy 15:05 1993:02,03 20 Museums Enter the world of the Aztecs.
15:11 1993:08 24 Digs The pyramids of Illinois
17:07 1995:04 18 Wings Spy saucers: remote-controlled vehicles keep a watchful eye
Norris, Rebecca 12:05 1990:02 68 Drawing On Nature?s Design Pictorial . The apparent ease with which nature creates its living shapes has long been imitated by man-captured in oils and on film. And now, mathematics replaces the muse; the computer, the blank canvas.
13:07 1991:04 24 Earth Pollution fills the mighty Mississippi River Huck Finn sailed. A group of folksy but dedicated activists has pledged to clean up the river-all 2,550 miles of it.
Nugent, Robert 7:03 1984:12 190 Watery Gems Phenomena
Null, Gary 12:08 1990:05 38 Earth Don’t be fooled by fresh food: It could be bad for you. But some farmers are cleaning up their acts, opting for crop quality rather than quantity.
16:02 1993:11 18 Medicine Chelation therapy
Nye, Bill 16:08 1994:05 4 First Word Big energy in thin air
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