Omni December 1985

 

 

NEW BIRTH TECHNOLOGIES

MALE PREGNANCY

PRENATAL LEARNING

IDEAL SPERM DONOR

CHOICES IN CHILDBIRTH

MAN-MADE WOMB

 
OMNI1985DecLG

Vol.8 No. 3

Cover Art: An egg hovers over the vast bleak terrain of Ingo Swann's 45-by-50-inch canvas, Salt Flats Vision. The eggshell is partially torn away to reveal the cosmos. Swann, a visionary surrealist, is a leader in this New Age art movement.

 
Contents / Articles

Omnibus
Contributors

Communications
Correspondence

Earth
Environment
by T.A. Heppenheimer

Space
Comment
by James E. Oberg

Breakthroughs
Technology
by Scott Kariya

Artificial Intelligence
Computers
by Owen Davies

Film
The Arts
by Mitch Tuchman

Stars
Astronomy
by Terence Dickinson

Continuum
Data Bank



New Birth Technology

First Word
Opinion
by Dr. Howard Jones

Forum
Dialogue

Prenatal Learning
Life
by Martha Nelson

Mind
Behavior
by Paul Bagne

The Body
Health
by Dr. Jeremy Cherfas

Male Pregnancy
Article
by Dick Teresi and Kathleen McAuliffe

The Dragon Seed
Fiction
by Kate Wilhelm

Man-Made Womb: The New Science of Nativity
Article
by Doug Starr

Cosmic Creation
Pictorial
by Owen Davies

Alan Trounson
Interview
by Robert Weil

Birthtech: The Ideal Sperm Donor
Article
by Kathy Keeton with Yvonne Baskin

Choices in Childbirth
Birth Poll
by Judianne Densen-Gerber



Travels in the Interior
Fiction
by Scott Russell Sanders

Antimatter
UFO's, etc.

Games
Diversions
by Scot Morris and Phil Wiswell

Frosted Dune
Phenomena
by Kathleen Norris Cook

Last Word
Humor
by Parker Bennett