Volume 17

October 1994 to September 1995

Vol.:No. YYYY:MM Page Title Section Author
17:01 1994:10 4 First Word Alone is never enough: seeing the world through both eyes John Polkinghome
17:01 1994:10 6 Communications Readers` Writes
17:01 1994:10 8 Sounds Cathedral dreams Jane Bosveld
17:01 1994:10 10 The Roswell Declaration Time out: a call for accountability by the U.S. government A. J. S. Rayl
17:01 1994:10 12 Electronic Universe The Info Spacelanes: the Internet sucks you in like a black hole Gregg Keizer
17:01 1994:10 14 Books Numbers: calculating the mind of God Anna Copeland
17:01 1994:10 16 Digs Did Jews discover the New World? Jeffrey Heck
17:01 1994:10 18 Stars He made the starts also: the Vatican`s astronomers combine cosmology and theology Victor Dricks
17:01 1994:10 19 Virtual Reality Naked net: confessions of a cyberjunkie: four hours a day, full baud. Tom Dworetzky
17:01 1994:10 20 Arts The world according to Gumby Keith Harary
17:01 1994:10 22 Wheels Gridlock terminator: neural nets predict the traffic future Steve Nadis
17:01 1994:10 24 Awards The Ig Nobel Prize Doug Stewart
17:01 1994:10 26 Funds High-tech detecting: the case of magnetic fingerprints Linda Marsa
17:01 1994:10 27 Omni Online Want to talk about it? Holly Siegelman
17:01 1994:10 29 Continuum Finder of the lost ark?, etc. Robert J. Killheffer, et al.
17:01 1994:10 36 Science and Religion Blurring the boundaries Margaret Wertheim
17:01 1994:10 44 Margin of Error Fiction. Nancy Kress
17:01 1994:10 54 Mary Visions A virgin in the sky with diamonds Tracy Cochran
17:01 1994:10 64 Visions of Cosmopolis Does UFO fascination reflect our need for God? Anthony Mansueto
17:01 1994:10 70 The Fire that Scours Fiction. Edward Bryant
17:01 1994:10 80 Time is Nothing but a Clock Past, present and future ? a definition of time George Zebrowski
17:01 1994:10 84 The Other Side of the Bloch A great writer offers a surprising and memorable message. Robert Bloch
17:01 1994:10 89 Interview Frank Tipler Anthony Liversidge
17:01 1994:10 101 Antimatter UFO update, etc. Patrick Huyghe, et al.
17:01 1994:10 108 The Artist Cartoon Art Cumings
17:01 1994:10 124 Games Fish bowl Scot Morris
17:02 1994:11 6 First Word A delicate slight of hand: magic and the history of illusion David Copperfield
17:02 1994:11 8 Communications Readers` Writes
17:02 1994:11 10 Forum Dr Damasio`s achievement Keith Ferrell
17:02 1994:11 12 Stars A star is born Steve Nadis
17:02 1994:11 14 Animals When the tables are turned: look who is the killing machine now Jane Bosveld
17:02 1994:11 16 Sounds The quiet crisis: how far would you go for a little peace and quiet? Steve Nadis
17:02 1994:11 18 Wheels Reinventing the wheel Denny Atkin
17:02 1994:11 20 Mind Mental telepathy in the lab: tests show psychic abilities among actors and musicians Lorrin Harvey
17:02 1994:11 22 Arts Ode for a soundless universe: uncovering the celebrated music of the spheres Denise Meola
17:02 1994:11 24 Travel Cyber-sledding: riding the Internet to the Arctic Anthony Liversidge
17:02 1994:11 26 Electronic Universe Intertainment: finding fun and laughs on the Internet Gregg Keizer
17:02 1994:11 28 Waves Seawatch: tracking the ocean from Norway to Thailand Janet Stites
17:02 1994:11 30 Artificial Intelligence Software by computer: the DC-X lifts off with the help of automatically generated code Caleb John Clark
17:02 1994:11 32 Learning Crossing a new road: summer school for science, not grades Lisa G. Casinger
17:02 1994:11 35 Continuum The Museum of Jurassic Technology, etc. Margaret Wertheim et al.
17:02 1994:11 42 Let the Project Begin Project Open Book, Omni’s ongoing effort to investigate UFO data from around the world, is underway. This month we reveal the first responses? and the experts who’ll evaluate them. Pamela Weintraub
17:02 1994:11 52 Being There Wings of Courage, the first IMAX 3-D feature film, presented enormous challenges for both director Jean-Jacques Annaud and the crew. Erin Murphy
17:02 1994:11 62 Isobel Avens Returns to Stepney in the Spring Fiction. M. John Harrison
17:02 1994:11 77 Interview Brian Michael Jenkins. Thwarting terrorism Paul Bagne
17:02 1994:11 85 Antimatter UFO update: are UFO researchers using hypnosis to manufacture memories in abductees? Paul MacCarthy, et al.
17:02 1994:11 112 Games Here`s smiling at you Scot Morris
17:03 1994:12 6 First Word Fighting for U.S. patent rights Dana Rohrabacher
17:03 1994:12 8 Communications Readers` Writes
17:03 1994:12 10 Funds Cashing in on collectibles Linda Marsa
17:03 1994:12 12 Electronic Universe Space programs: simulations put you at the controls of past and future spaceships Gregg Keizer
17:03 1994:12 16 Medicine Biofeedback is back Anita Bartholomew
17:03 1994:12 18 Sounds Sounds of the silent Steve Nadis
17:03 1994:12 22 Earth Fatal choices: Armenia reopens the Mezamor nuclear power plant Melanie Menagh
17:03 1994:12 24 Virtual Realities Good-by Mr. Chips: the last days of the virtual teacher Tom Dworetzky
17:03 1994:12 28 Artificial Intelligence Brainstorming software: can your computer be equipped with artificial creativity? Steve Nadis
17:03 1994:12 32 Mind Hallucinations, delusions, and schizophrenia Steve Nadis
17:03 1994:12 33 Space Lunar lava tubes Stephen L. Gillett
17:03 1994:12 35 Continuum Is it real of is it just really cool: The Luxor takes a gamble. Plus, putting organs into hibernation, and picking up the pieces after Mozart`s fall. Brent Hartinger, et al.
17:03 1994:12 42 Opening the X-Files Mulder and Scully know something is out there?and so do their many fans. A behind-the-scenes look at this fascinating and increasingly popular new show. David Bischoff
17:03 1994:12 50 ArchiTrek: Designing Generations Boldly going where few production designers have gone before: designing the Star Trek universe. Herman Zimmerman , Philip Thomas Edgerly
17:03 1994:12 62 Dying Fiction. Michael Marshall Smith
17:03 1994:12 73 Cartoon Feature
17:03 1994:12 76 Interview Richard Hoagland. A close-up look at the man behind the face on Mars Steve Nadis
17:03 1994:12 85 Antimatter UFO update: a decade-old UFO sighting continues to spark controversy and concern in Russia James Oberg et al.
17:03 1994:12 90 The Artist Cartoon Art Cumings
17:03 1994:12 112 Games In POG heaven Scott Morris
17:04 1995:01 6 First Word You can never say enough Elizabeth Taylor
17:04 1995:01 8 Communications Readers` Writes
17:04 1995:01 9 Medicine Microrobots Steve Nadis
17:04 1995:01 12 Electronic Universe Electronic revolution Gregg Keizer
17:04 1995:01 14 Omni Treasure Hunt Preview Page
17:04 1995:01 16 Digs Before the deluge Karen Fitzgerald
17:04 1995:01 18 Wheels Amazing amphibian Ginger Pinholster
17:04 1995:01 22 Arts The reclamation proclamation Steve Nadis
17:04 1995:01 24 Wings Lawrence Hargrave: unheralded aeroplane pioneer Janeen Webb , Jack Dann
17:04 1995:01 25 Museums Virtual galleries J. Blake Lambert
17:04 1995:01 28 Mind Thought evolution Evan I. Schwartz
17:04 1995:01 29 Law When computers copy style Anita Bartholomew
17:04 1995:01 31 Continuum
17:04 1995:01 38 What Would You Say to an Alien? Omni asked everyone from top politicians to leading scientists, from celebrities to cartoonists what they’d say. Their responses may surprise you. Erin Murphy
17:04 1995:01 48 Searching for Dollars: Funding Science Today American researchers are feeling the pressure as Congress tightens the cash-flow spigot. Robert Fleming
17:04 1995:01 56 Strange Wonders in a Stranger Land Inside Antarctica, an alien land at the bottom of the earth Sharon McAuliffe
17:04 1995:01 66 There Are No Dead Fiction. Terry Bisson
17:04 1995:01 73 Interview Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi Dava Sobel
17:04 1995:01 79 Antimatter
17:04 1995:01 104 Games Common knowledge Scot Morris
17:05 1995:02 6 First Word Remembering the past Mark Pendergrast
17:05 1995:02 8 Communications Readers` writes
17:05 1995:02 12 Funds Securities arbitration Linda Marsa
17:05 1995:02 14 Electronic Universe Interactive science Gregg Keizer
17:05 1995:02 16 Mind Hunting for the “aggression” gene Jeff Goldberg
17:05 1995:02 18 Kid Stuff Hands-on books Lisa G. Casinger
17:05 1995:02 20 Stars Speed traps for high-energy cosmic rays Steve Nadis
17:05 1995:02 22 The Great Omni Treasure Hunt More than $30,000 in prizes
17:05 1995:02 26 Waves Deep flight Paul Kvinta
17:05 1995:02 28 Sounds Analog versus digital Anthony Liversidge , Ted Libbey
17:05 1995:02 31 Continuum Future firearms
17:05 1995:02 38 Star Trek: Voyager The latest Trek sets sights on distant stars and new worlds across our galaxy David Bischoff
17:05 1995:02 46 Virtual Blue Yonder: Fightertown Takes Off The ultimate in flight, and fight, simulation Denny Atkin
17:05 1995:02 58 Project Open Book Update: Anatomy of an Abduction A. J. S. Rayl
17:05 1995:02 62 Profiles in Artificial Intelligence Researchers take a nature-based approach to Al David H. Freedman
17:05 1995:02 66 Occam’s Ducks Fiction. Howard Waldrop
17:05 1995:02 73 Interview Linda Scheie Kathleen McAuliffe
17:05 1995:02 79 Antimatter
17:05 1995:02 104 Games The science of fascinations Scot Morris
17:06 1995:03 6 First Word You can never say enough Elizabeth Taylor
17:06 1995:03 8 Communications Readers` Writes
17:06 1995:03 9 Medicine Microrobots Steve Nadis
17:06 1995:03 12 Electronic Universe Electronic revolution Gregg Keizer
17:06 1995:03 14 Omni Treasure Hunt Preview Page
17:06 1995:03 16 Digs Before the deluge Karen Fitzgerald
17:06 1995:03 18 Wheels Amazing amphibian Ginger Pinholster
17:06 1995:03 22 Arts The reclamation proclamation Steve Nadis
17:06 1995:03 24 Wings Lawrence Hargrave: unheralded aeroplane pioneer Janeen Webb , Jack Dann
17:06 1995:03 25 Museums Virtual galleries J. Blake Lambert
17:06 1995:03 28 Mind Thought evolution Evan I. Schwartz
17:06 1995:03 29 Law When computers copy style Anita Bartholomew
17:06 1995:03 31 Continuum
17:06 1995:03 38 What Would You Say to an Alien? Omni asked everyone from top politicians to leading scientists, from celebrities to cartoonists what they’d say. Their responses may surprise you. Erin Murphy
17:06 1995:03 48 Searching for Dollars: Funding Science Today American researchers are feeling the pressure as Congress tightens the cash-flow spigot. Robert Fleming
17:06 1995:03 56 Strange Wonders in a Stranger Land Inside Antarctica, an alien land at the bottom of the earth Sharon McAuliffe
17:06 1995:03 66 There Are No Dead Fiction. Terry Bisson
17:06 1995:03 73 Interview Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi Dava Sobel
17:06 1995:03 79 Antimatter
17:06 1995:03 104 Games Common knowledge Scot Morris
17:07 1995:04 4 First Word Word to wonder: when reading really matters Daniel Pinkwater
17:07 1995:04 6 Communications Readers` Writes
17:07 1995:04 8 Mind Beyond central control Steve Nadis
17:07 1995:04 9 Sounds Need a helping Ham? An old hobby tackles today`s communications demands. Ed Juge
17:07 1995:04 12 Artificial Intelligence Managing the information overflow J. Blake Lambert
17:07 1995:04 14 Wheels Highway surveillance Jeffrey Hsu
17:07 1995:04 16 Electronic Universe Classics reborn: seminal videogames are back, updated for today`s gamers Gregg Keizer
17:07 1995:04 18 Wings Spy saucers: remote-controlled vehicles keep a watchful eye Peggy Noonan
17:07 1995:04 20 Learning Breaking away from the agrarian school calendar: can 30 more days make a difference? Mary Ann Tawasha
17:07 1995:04 21 Style Underground architecture Fred Hapgood
17:07 1995:04 24 Museums The Henrietta Marie: an underwater monument to a painful past Paul Kvinta
17:07 1995:04 27 Continuum Discovering women: television attempts to alter a cultural bias. Plus, a guide for blind shoppers, and helping the disabled reach the beach. Robert J. Killheffer et al.
17:07 1995:04 34 The New Outer Limits Control over your TV’s transmission is about to be hijacked. Get set for a new wave of SF thrillers. David Bischoff
17:07 1995:04 45 Omni’s Project Open Book Implants, forensics, and Part Two of Omni’s guide to investigating UFOs. Dennis Stacy
17:07 1995:04 62 Max Faget: Master Builder A rare look at the former NASA wiz whose genius propelled humans into space. James Oberg
17:07 1995:04 66 Resolve and Resistance Fiction. S. N. Dyer
17:07 1995:04 75 Interview Hazel O’Leary Linda Turbyville
17:07 1995:04 96 Games A is for April Scot Morris
17:07 1995:04 103 Last Word Portly`s complaint: finding room in America for the not-so-average physique Daniel Pinkwater
17:07 1995:04 Insert Omni Comix No. 2
17:08 1995:fall 4 First Word A UFO foundation: working together to find answers Gregory Benford
17:08 1995:fall 6 Communications Readers` Writes
17:08 1995:fall 10 Forum We?re back ? and we?ve missed you: some notes on our change in format Keith Ferrell
17:08 1995:fall 14 Wings Twenty-first century jet: the advanced 777 is designed to please pilots and passengers alike Denny Atkin
17:08 1995:fall 18 Medicine Fuzzy Fysicians Steve Nadis
17:08 1995:fall 20 Mind Networking the brain: tomorrow`s computers in lab dish today Bennett Daviss
17:08 1995:fall 22 Wheels Pioneering the way Denny Atkin
17:08 1995:fall 24 Sounds A well-tuned room: turning the ear toward the future of acoustics Byron Poole
17:08 1995:fall 27 Electronic Universe Trek tech: a tech manual that virtually beams you onto the Enterprise Gregg Keizer
17:08 1995:fall 28 Space Ninth rock from the Sun: researchers want to send spacecraft to Pluto before it`s too late Bill Lawren
17:08 1995:fall 30 Kid Stuff Dig-O-Saurs Chris Krejlgaard
17:08 1995:fall 32 Books The first three volumes: a big bang for publishing Richard Farr
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. Steve Nadis et al.
17:08 1995:fall 46 The Science of Star Trek Science joins fiction to bring to life the tools and technology of Star Trek. Plus, a review of Star Trek CD-ROMs and technical documentation. Denny Atkin
17:08 1995:fall 54 Looking for the Sweet Spot in N-Dimensional Space Sphere-packing, cake-baking, sweet-spot making design of experiments: the genius of David Doehlert and Neil Sloane Kathleen Stein
17:08 1995:fall 62 Beyond Death and Dying What do Omni readers believe? The results of our exclusive survey of your beliefs about the afterdeath. Melanie Menagh
17:08 1995:fall 68 Resurrecting Dinosaurs According to this scientist, dinosaurs may walk the earth again within 20 years. Charles Pellegrino
17:08 1995:fall 73 Science Fiction What may be the biggest SF series of all: Chung Kuo Keith Ferrell
17:08 1995:fall 74 Some Like It Cold Fiction. Marilyn Monroe survives. John Kessel
17:08 1995:fall 80 Once More, Legato Fiction. If the birds disappear, do they still sing? Ray Bradbury
17:08 1995:fall 84 Three Portraits from Heisenberg Fiction. A woman sees her life reflected in rain-drenched windows. Kathe Koja , Barry Malzberg
17:08 1995:fall 90 The Truth About Roswell A complete history of one of this century’s most controversial UFO encounters Dava Sobel
17:08 1995:fall 100 Star Witness An interview with the mortician of Roswell, Glenn Dennis Karl T. Pflock
17:08 1995:fall 106 The Case of the Vanishing Nurses What really happened to the five Army nurses at Roswell? Paul McCarthy
17:08 1995:fall 115 Pictorial Microbes Manfred Kage
17:08 1995:fall 119 Interview Daniel Dennett Robert K. J. Killheffer
17:08 1995:fall 134 Games Omni turns seventeen Scot Morris
17:08 1995:fall 136 Last Word You talking to me? 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 52 weeks a year Bob Quinn
17:09 1995:winter 4 First Word Supposing something different: reconciling science and the afterlife David Darling
17:09 1995:winter 6 Communications Readers` Writes
17:09 1995:winter 8 Waves Sudden death: a new verdict for an ancient mystery Paul Kvinta
17:09 1995:winter 10 Books The interactive scientist: a new look at some familiar faces Janet Stites
17:09 1995:winter 12 Mind Utter amorality: can psychopaths feel emotions? Steve Nadis
17:09 1995:winter 14 Learning Striking a neural chord: musical links for scientists and mathematicians of tomorrow A. J. S. Rayl
17:09 1995:winter 16 Stars Astronomy by numbers: scientists digitize the sky to reveal its hidden secrets Steve Nadis
17:09 1995:winter 18 Wheels Fixing the future: a tour of a high-tech research lab hints at driving`s future Jeffrey Zygmont
17:09 1995:winter 20 Electronic Universe Spaced-out scenarios: Doom, and Descent and Star Trek ? oh my! Gregg Keizer
17:09 1995:winter 23 Continuum Not just a bill on Capitol Hill: pulling for the NIE, Plus, watching fruitflies copulate, and using zebra mussels s water filters Pat Janowski, et al.
17:09 1995:winter 57 Omni’s Project Open Book Reports of mass abductions by aliens, one abductee’s terrifying tale Part 3 of Omni’s Field Investigator’s Guide Dennis Stacy
17:09 1995:winter 30 ReBurying the Past Repatriation of Native American burial sites Robert K. J. Killheffer
17:09 1995:winter 36 Whose Ideas are They Anyway? Intellectual Property in the Anformation Age Linda Marsa
17:09 1995:winter 42 Battelle’s Best Guesses The top ten technologies that will significantly influence our lives in the next decade Bennett Daviss
17:09 1995:winter 48 Olders Fiction Ursula K. Le Guin
17:09 1995:winter 75 CHROMO Fiction. Ernie Colon , A. J. Gamble
17:09 1995:winter 78 Feigenbaum Number Fiction. Nancy Kress
17:09 1995:winter 86 Interview: Whitfield Diffie Thomas Bass
17:09 1995:winter 94 Radio Waves Fiction. Michael Swanwick
17:09 1995:winter 105 Interview: James Turrell Vicki Lindner
17:09 1995:winter 118 Games 2 x 2 x 2 Scot Morris
17:09 1995:winter 120 Last Word Scientific outlaws: seeing the laws of physics in relative terms Christopher Kelley
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