Omni February 1987

 

 

SCIENCE AND CENSORSHIP

 
OMNI1987FebLG

Vol.9 No. 5

Cover Art: Stanislaw Fernandes, a New York-based artist, painted Equilibrium I. A humanoid stares coldly at a mirror image of herself - just out of view. Her expressionless face never betrays the array of emotions she is attempting to communicate telepathically.

 
Contents / Articles

Communications
Correspondence

Stars
The World's Biggest Machine
by Dr. Michio Kaku and Jennifer Trainer

Body
Miracle Nutrient
by Gerald L. Hunt

Artificial Intelligence
Pseudophotography
by Steve Ditlea



SCIENCE AND CENSORSHIP

First Word
Scientists Against Censorship
by Murray Gell-Mann

Omnibus
Contributors

Forum
Commentary
by Stephen King

Space
Clamping Down on Shared Technology
by Paul Bagne

Books
Book Burning
by Marion Long

Mind
Scientific Litteracy
by Norman Lear

Continuum
Antianomaly Hysteria, etc.

Censoring Science
Kicking Evolution Out of the Classroom
by Kathleen Stein

Last Word
Humor: Meesecapades
by Terry Runte



Lunar Fantasies
Pictorial: The First Great Moon Expedition
by Ron Miller and Frederick C. Durant III

Kingdom Come
Fiction
by Bruce McAllister

Bradford Smith
Interview
by Ron Schultz

The Circular Library of Stones
Fiction
by Carol Emshwiller

Getting Nuked
Energy Alternatives
by Phil Patton

Antimatter
UFOs, etc.

The Great Omni Treasure Hunt
Contest

Star Tech
Tools for the Year 2000

Games
Acrobatic Eggs
by Scot Morris