Volume 15

October 1992 to September 1993

Volume 15 comprised only 11 issues, because February/March was combined.

Vol.:No. YYYY:MM Page Title Section Author
15:01 1992:10 6 First Word Calling E.T. Frank Drake
15:01 1992:10 8 Communications Readers’ writes
15:01 1992:10 10 Forum Keith Ferrell
15:01 1992:10 12 Medicine LSD redeemed A. J. S. Rayl
15:01 1992:10 14 Political Science Tom Dworetzky
15:01 1992:10 18 Funds Linda Marsa
15:01 1992:10 22 Wheels Melanie Menagh
15:01 1992:10 25 Mind Kathleen McAuliffe
15:01 1992:10 28 Electronic Universe Gregg Keizer
15:01 1992:10 32 Tools Keith Ferrell
15:01 1992:10 35 Style Peter Callahan
15:01 1992:10 37 Continuum
15:01 1992:10 128 Games Scot Morris
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. Carl Sagan , Ann Druyan
15:01 1992:10 50 How to Build an Alien Feature Keith Ferrell
15:01 1992:10 58 Venus Is Hell Fiction. Jack Williamson
15:01 1992:10 73 How to Save the Space Program Feature Jerry Grey
15:01 1992:10 76 A Channel for Science Fiction Melanie Menagh , Stephen Mills
15:01 1992:10 84 The Bubbling Universe Feature Thomas R. McDonough , David Brin
15:01 1992:10 92 Cosmologies in Conflict Feature Dennis Overbye
15:01 1992:10 101 Interview Danny Hillis Doug Stewart
15:01 1992:10 105 Anti-Matter A field guide to ETs
15:02 1992:11 2 First Word Industrial cooperation Thomas Dean
15:02 1992:11 7 Communications Readers’ writes
15:02 1992:11 8 Digs Gregg Keizer
15:02 1992:11 10 Books Connecting with science James D. Hornfischer
15:02 1992:11 12 Space Decorating the space station Steve Nadis
15:02 1992:11 16 Mind Jeff Goldberg
15:02 1992:11 18 Earth Forestry reform Kathryn Phillips
15:02 1992:11 22 Wheels Jeffrey Zygmont
15:02 1992:11 24 Political Science High-tech unemployment Tom Dworetzky
15:02 1992:11 28 Electronic Universe Gregg Keizer
15:02 1992:11 128 Games The funny side of science Scot Morris
15:02 1992:11 31 Continuum
15:02 1992:11 38 Visions of the Afterdeath An exclusive survey on beliefs about what happens after death
15:02 1992:11 46 Remembrance of Traumas Past Memories of past lives can cure many ailments. But are they real? Sara Solovitch
15:02 1992:11 58 Secrets of the Cyberculture A new breed of hacker has emerged, one that doesn’t like the political system and may soon do something about it. A. J. S. Rayl
15:02 1992:11 68 The Blossoming of Biotechnology Mark Fischetti
15:02 1992:11 76 The Enigma of Distance George Zebrowski
15:02 1992:11 82 Gravity’s Angel Fiction. Tom Maddox
15:02 1992:11 91 Interview Walter Gilbert Anthony Liversidge
15:02 1992:11 103 Anti-Matter
15:03 1992:12 6 First Word Stop the violence: ways to create a more harmonious and cooperative society Dennis D. Embry
15:03 1992:12 10 Communications Readers’ writes
15:03 1992:12 12 Forum In praise of an editor Keith Ferrell
15:03 1992:12 14 Funds Read their lips: Since 1992 was an election year, Congress delayed raising taxes. That means good news for your tax returns?if you follow these tips. Linda Marsa
15:03 1992:12 18 Earth Chief Seattle no doubt gave an eloquent speech about the environment in 1854, but he didn’t say the famous words attributed to him. Linda Marsa
15:03 1992:12 20 Style You may soon be wearing a computer on your sleeve or wherever else it fits. A. J. S. Rayl
15:03 1992:12 24 Transportation Fire down below: Planning for disaster in the Channel Tunnel Fred Guteri
15:03 1992:12 26 Medicine Teaching the human body to grow replacement bone Paul McCarthy
15:03 1992:12 28 Electronic Universe Put these games and other fun electronic distractions on your holiday wish list. Gregg Keizer
15:03 1992:12 31 Continuum In 1492, Spanish Jews sailed the ocean blue – to Turkey; why you shouldn’t nuke a cake; and more.
15:03 1992:12 39 Bioutopia: The Earth Reclaims Itself We humans have spent thousands of years bending this planet to our will, cutting, burning, building. What would happen to it if one day we just vanished? Kathleen Stein
15:03 1992:12 50 Earth Works Pictorial: Experts pore over satellite photos to study the weather, the environment, and military movements. But anyone can enjoy the striking views they offer of the earth. Erin Murphy
15:03 1992:12 56 Killer Comets Giant rocks from outer space: They did in the dinosaurs. Are humans next? Steve Nadis
15:03 1992:12 62 In Memoriam Fiction. On a polluted, inhospitable future Earth, the last man dies. And the story begins. Poul Anderson
15:03 1992:12 72 Touring the Volcano Watch the volcano Kilauea redesign the island of Hawaii before your eyes. Rita Ariyoshi
15:03 1992:12 83 Interview Electrical engineer Robert E. Kahn is building the world’s biggest data highway. Linda Marsa
15:03 1992:12 99 Antimatter Speaking to aliens; where chain letters go to die; and more
15:03 1992:12 106 Kid Stuff Smart games for the computer Gregg Keizer
15:03 1992:12 118 Games See how you score on the world’s hardest IQ test. Scot Morris
15:03 1992:12 128 Last Word Quitting technology cold-turkey Peter Callahan
15:04 1993:01 4 First Word Deus Ex Machina Philip C. Cruver
15:04 1993:01 6 Communications Readers’ writes
15:04 1993:01 8 Political Science Hi-tech pharming Tom Dworetzky
15:04 1993:01 9 Forum The Society for Literature and Science Keith Ferrell
15:04 1993:01 11 Wheels Merrily we roll along Paul Shepherd
15:04 1993:01 12 Electronic Universe Simlife Gregg Keizer
15:04 1993:01 14 Books The shape of books to come Robert K. J. Killheffer
15:04 1993:01 16 The Great Treasure Hunt Preview
15:04 1993:01 18 Space Buzz Aldrin and Freedom Brenda Forman
15:04 1993:01 20 Sounds Robert Angus
15:04 1993:01 22 Mind Judith Hooper
15:04 1993:01 24 Earth Jessica Cohen
15:04 1993:01 96 Games Scot Morris
15:04 1993:01 25 Continuum
15:04 1993:01 35 The Walking Way We walk; therefore, we are. Walking upright separates us from other animals and, some scientists say, lies at the crux of human evolution. Marcelo Games
15:04 1993:01 40 The Omni/Alcor Immortality Contest Charles Piatt
15:04 1993:01 43 Contest Entry Form See the future! Cheat death! Impress – or at least outlive – your friends! Enter our contest and take a shot at winning a free cryonics reservation.
15:04 1993:01 50 Architects of Tomorrow Article Frederik Pohl
15:04 1993:01 56 Sacred Cow Fiction. Bruce Sterling
15:04 1993:01 66 The Electronic Cafe Feature Margaret Wertheim
15:04 1993:01 75 Interview John J. Hopfield Anthony Liversidge
15:04 1993:01 78 Antimatter
15:05 1993:02,03 4 First Word Science doesn’t have all the answers. Bryan Appleyard
15:05 1993:02,03 6 Communications Readers’ writes
15:05 1993:02,03 8 Funds Finance Software Linda Marsa
15:05 1993:02,03 10 Forum Star Trek: Deep Space Nine Keith Ferrell
15:05 1993:02,03 12 The Great Treasure Hunt
15:05 1993:02,03 16 Political Science A genetic Pandora’s box Tom Dworetzky
15:05 1993:02,03 17 Space Meltdown: Going to Mars in a nuclear rocket – if it can get off the ground Randall Black
15:05 1993:02,03 18 Electronic Universe Gregg Keizer
15:05 1993:02,03 20 Museums Enter the world of the Aztecs. Peggy Noonan
15:05 1993:02,03 22 Medicine Worldwide medical data Steve Nadis
15:05 1993:02,03 25 Continuum
15:05 1993:02,03 96 Games Diverse Diversions Scot Morris
15:05 1993:02,03 34 Behind the Scenes of Star Trek: Deep Space Nine It’s about a single dad and his teenage son – living in space. Welcome to Star Trek for the Nineties. David Bischoff
15:05 1993:02,03 42 Architect of Illusion: Designing Deep Space Nine The man behind the look Herman Zimmerman
15:05 1993:02,03 50 The Cancer War: Stories from the Front Are scientists closer to curing cancer? Some have found success with innovative treatments. Linda Murray
15:05 1993:02,03 59 Unconventional Cancer Treatments Judith Hooper
15:05 1993:02,03 62 The Battle of Long Island Fiction Nancy Kress
15:05 1993:02,03 75 Interview William Colby Hampton Howard
15:05 1993:02,03 81 UFO Update
15:06 1993:04 4 First Word Connecting with God through cyberspace David Porush
15:06 1993:04 6 Communications
15:06 1993:04 8 Forum A scientist who can write Keith Ferrell
15:06 1993:04 10 Mind Test-tube obedience training: nerve cells in a dish obey like Pavlovian dogs. Steve Nadis
15:06 1993:04 12 Wheels Making communities friendly to cars and pedestrians Jeffrey Zygmont
15:06 1993:04 14 Political Science To fix the economy, we need to fix how we calculate the GNR Tom Dworetzky
15:06 1993:04 18 Space Legislating the universe Susan Karlin
15:06 1993:04 20 Electronic Universe Future lust: business innovation today, gaming fun tomorrow Gregg Keizer
15:06 1993:04 22 Artificial Intelligence Crosswords by computer John Grossman
15:06 1993:04 27 Continuum
15:06 1993:04 34 Running the Numbers: The Ruminations of John Allen Paulos Overcoming innumeracy, the fear of and inability to cope with math Janet Stites
15:06 1993:04 38 Automobility: Cars That Drive Themselves Intelligent vehicles and highways of the future Jeffrey Zygmont
15:06 1993:04 42 Smart Materials Future structures may diagnose and repair their own problems. Gurney Williams III
15:06 1993:04 50 The Decline and Fall of Russian Science How the collapse of Communism crippled the Soviet science machine Linda Marsa
15:06 1993:04 58 Like My Dress Fiction. Kit Reed
15:06 1993:04 73 Interview Daniel Janzen Bill Moseley
15:06 1993:04 79 Antimatter
15:06 1993:04 96 Games April Foolery Scot Morris
15:07 1993:05 8 First Word A Nobel Prize winner reveals his scientific muses-. Roald Hoffmann , Vivian Torrence
15:07 1993:05 10 Communications Readers? Writes
15:07 1993:05 12 Funds Barter moves into the boardroom. Linda Marsa
15:07 1993:05 14 Political Science We must discover the way of the civilian warrior. Tom Dworetzky
15:07 1993:05 18 Electronic Universe Playing the field: Online gaming matches your wits against real opponents Gregg Keizer
15:07 1993:05 20 Books Elvis in Wonderland James Sallis
15:07 1993:05 22 Style Energy efficiency comes first at a New Jersey architectural firm. Michelle Kearns
15:07 1993:05 27 Continuum
15:07 1993:05 34 A Clean, Well-Lighted Space Solar-power satellites, U.S. energy needs, and a brighter future Ben Bova
15:07 1993:05 38 Space Myths and Misconceptions How much of what you “know” about space is wrong? James Oberg
15:07 1993:05 42 2001 at 25 A look back at the making of an epic Piers Bizony
15:07 1993:05 52 Jose Bonaparte: Master of the Mesozoic In Argentina, a man with no formal paleontological training is digging up the world’s weirdest dinosaurs. Don Lessem
15:07 1993:05 58 The Diane Arbus Suicide Portfolio Fiction. Marc Laidlaw
15:07 1993:05 64 Somalia’s Cry Photos give “voice to the voiceless.” Marion Long
15:07 1993:05 69 Interview Terence McKenna Sukie Miller
15:07 1993:05 79 Antimatter
15:07 1993:05 94 Games IQ-test answers Scot Morris
15:08 1993:06 4 First Word Scientists come to the aid of their imprisoned colleagues in China. Fang Li Zhi , Richard Dicker
15:08 1993:06 6 Communications Readers? Writes
15:08 1993:06 8 Travel The electronic campout: high-tech trekking keeps nature intact Wallace Kaufman
15:08 1993:06 10 Wheels Autovision: the art of driving while watching TV. Steve Nadis
15:08 1993:06 12 Political Science Defending Star Wars Tom Dworetzky
15:08 1993:06 14 Electronic Universe The best of 1993 Gregg Keizer
15:08 1993:06 18 Earth Chefs against biotechnology Linda Marsa
15:08 1993:06 20 Animals Do elephants ever forget? Steve Nadis
15:08 1993:06 22 Kid Stuff New books show the people behind scientific discoveries. Robert K. J. Killheffer
15:08 1993:06 96 Games A gathering for Gardner Scot Morris
15:08 1993:06 27 Continuum
15:08 1993:06 34 Ozone Politics No evidence exists for the ozone hole, says the author. Eminent science-fiction writer Frederik Pohl disagrees. James P. Hogan
15:08 1993:06 43 Heresy! Three Modern Galileos The Church doesn’t have to persecute maverick scientists anymore. Other scientists do it instead. Anthony Liversidge
15:08 1993:06 52 Beyond HIV: Assembling the AIDS Puzzle Startling new research sheds light on how HIV causes AIDS. Colm Kelleher
15:08 1993:06 58 Grand Prix Fiction. Simon Ings
15:08 1993:06 62 Air Repair Engineering solutions to global warming Owen Davies
15:08 1993:06 69 Interview Irven DeVore Robert L. Trivers
15:08 1993:06 75 Antimatter
15:09 1993:07 2 First Word Thomas Jefferson, scientist Daniel P. Jordan
15:09 1993:07 4 Communications Readers? Writes
15:09 1993:07 6 Forum Science Fiction Film and Print Keith Ferrell
15:09 1993:07 8 Funds Growth industries of the 1990s Linda Marsa
15:09 1993:07 10 Museums Charting medicine?s progress Eric Adams
15:09 1993:07 12 Electronic Universe In space with Buzz Aldrin Gregg Keizer
15:09 1993:07 14 Mind Can a drug end addiction? Steve Nadis
15:09 1993:07 16 Digs Dinosaur DNA Kathleen McAuliffe
15:09 1993:07 18 Space Rocks for sale James Oberg
15:09 1993:07 20 Earth Bomb shelter: warning the future of our lasting nuclear legacy Linda Marsa
15:09 1993:07 24 Books SF classics revisited Jack Williamson
15:09 1993:07 27 Continuum
15:09 1993:07 34 Heroes of Health Care In the morass of the U.S. health care system, a few dedicated people struggle to provide effective, affordable care?and succeed. Melanie Menagh
15:09 1993:07 50 Designing Dinosaurs: How to Bring Jurassic Park to Life The experts who helped bring the extinct stars of Steven Spielberg’s new film to life speculate about how to keep dinosaurs in a real Jurassic Park. Don Lessem
15:09 1993:07 58 England Underway Fiction. Terry Bisson
15:09 1993:07 64 Making Magic The Matses Indians of Peru use a remarkable drug called sapo for hunting, healing?and magic. Peter Gorman
15:09 1993:07 68 Interview Mary-Claire King Thomas Bass
15:09 1993:07 75 Antimatter
15:09 1993:07 96 Games I have a theory Scot Morris
15:10 1993:08 4 First Word America must keep its public libraries. Octavia E. Butler
15:10 1993:08 6 Communications Readers? Writes
15:10 1993:08 8 Artificial intelligence The getting of wisdom Steve Nadis
15:10 1993:08 10 Wheels Auto safety Jeffrey Zygmont
15:10 1993:08 12 Mind A brain is a terrible thing to waste Nina L. Diamond
15:10 1993:08 14 Electronic Universe Lost in space Gregg Keizer
15:10 1993:08 16 Digs Retracing the footsteps of evolution Kathleen McAuliffe
15:10 1993:08 18 Arts Deconstructing Mark Tansey Judith Bell
15:10 1993:08 20 Style The fabric of our lives? Peter Callahan
15:10 1993:08 22 Books A peek behind the curtain: what do we mean when we talk about ‘science’? Robert K. J. Killheffer
15:10 1993:08 24 Political Science Health-care triage Tom Dworetzky
15:10 1993:08 25 Sounds Digital radio Byron Poole
15:10 1993:08 27 Continuum
15:10 1993:08 34 Sky Watchers Discovering comets and supernovas is all in a night’s work for amateur astronomers. Sharon McAuliffe
15:10 1993:08 46 New Technologies, Ancient Cultures Native Americans are using technology to fight for their rights and way of life. A. J. S. Rayl
15:10 1993:08 50 Murders from the Past Who are these forensic anthropologists, and why are they digging up famous suspected murder victims? James Dickerson
15:10 1993:08 58 Mrs. Jones Fiction. Carol Emshwiller
15:10 1993:08 66 Gizmos The latest modern conveniences save energy, too. Susan Skog
15:10 1993:08 71 Interview Steven A. Rosenberg Douglas Stein
15:10 1993:08 75 Antimatter
15:10 1993:08 96 Games Counters and cards Scot Morris
15:11 1993:08 4 First Word AIDS, TB, and technology Edward S. Golub
15:11 1993:08 6 Communications
15:11 1993:08 8 Funds Stock Sleuths Linda Marsa
15:11 1993:08 10 Electronic Universe Cable games Gregg Keizer
15:11 1993:08 12 Travel Future fun Rita Ariyoshi
15:11 1993:08 14 Mind Hooking brain to machine David P. Snyder
15:11 1993:08 16 Sights Closed captioning opens up Robert Angus
15:11 1993:08 18 Arts Going once: computer technology puts art on the auction block. Paul McCarthy
15:11 1993:08 20 Space A marriage made in the heavens. Brenda Forman
15:11 1993:08 22 Political Science Free drugs for addicts – in jail Tom Dworetzky
15:11 1993:08 24 Digs The pyramids of Illinois Peggy Noonan
15:11 1993:08 27 Continuum
15:11 1993:08 34 Dark Side of the Unknown A few unusual therapists buck the system and specialize in treating people who’ve had encounters with the unexplainable. Patrick Huyghe
15:11 1993:08 46 Language of the Night Dreaming about the Russians? Darth Vader? Anita Hill? Find out what these images mean. Keith Harary
15:11 1993:08 54 Dreaming for Dollars To some entrepreneurs, dreams aren’t merely perplexing images?they’re a booming business. Pamela Weintraub
15:11 1993:08 62 Art Appreciation Fiction. Barry N. Malzberg , Jack Dann
15:11 1993:08 69 Interview Architect Richard Meier’s buildings breathe new life into cities. Peter Slatin
15:11 1993:08 75 Antimatter
15:11 1993:08 96 Games Move over, pigskin Scot Morris
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