Omni July 1987

 

 

NEW FRONTIERS: SPACE-EARTH-NIGHT-SPIRIT

PLUS: THE LOST ART OF WERNHER VON BRAUN

AND

THE WINNERS OF THE MOON BUGGY CONTEST

 
OMNI1987JulyLG
Vol.9 No. 10
 
Cover Art: Artist Attila Heija's majestic space station travels through the cosmos. The inhabitants of such a craft will one day plot the course for off-planet life. This month we explore the new frontiers being plumbed by earthbound pioneers.
 
Contents / Articles

First Word
The Case for America's Space Station
by Sanford N. McDonnell

Omnibus
Contributors

Communications
Correspondence

Forum
Courtroom Psychics
by Howard E. Goldfuss

Mind
Psychiatry and PET Scans
by Linda Marsa

Body
Supervaccines
by Jeanne Toal

Artificial Intelligence
Online Junkies by Grant Fjermedal

Stars
Pluto
by Doug Garr

Continuum
The Future of the Family Doctor, etc.


New Frontiers Section:
Space
Astrofarming
by Richard Wolkomir

Into the Night
24-Hour Societies
by Gurney Williams III

Pioneering Middle Earth
Uncovering Earth's Innermost Secrets
by Bill Lawren

Prix De Lune
Pictorial: Results of the Moon Buggy Contest
by Dean Ing

Walk Like An Egyptian
Reincarnation
by Jonathan Cott

Forever Yours Anna
Fiction by Kate Wilhelm



Birute Galdikas
Interview: Primatology
by Don Lessem

Starman
Pictorial: Lost Art of Wernher von Braun
by Gurney Williams III

Antimatter
The Case for Billy Meier's

Star Tech
Computerized Clergymen and Other Tools for
the Twenty-first Century

Games
The World's Hardest Prounciation Test
by Scott Morris

Last Word
Humor: Invasion of the Trendies
by Terry Runte