Contents / Articles
The actor journeys to Rome to ask the
Church to intervene in the Gulf War.
by Martin Sheen
The Who's Who of contributing authors
The events in a new novel eerily
parallel the recent Soviet upheavel.
by Robert K. J. Killheffer
Get a charge out of driving with
GM's electric cars.
by Mark Fischetti
Will the failed coup kill or revive
the Soviet space program?
by James Oberg
Popcorn's informational kernels;
past-life cards; and more.
by Sandy Fritz
Designing a computer for a
gorilla can drive you ape.
by Joan Griffiths
Bush's education vouchers would allow parents to use
government money to send their kids to private school.
by Tom Dworetzky
A new NASA spacecraft looks a lot like
a project canceled 30 years ago.
by Martin Caidin
A state-of-the-art forensics lab
doggedly tracks down poachers.
by Jessica Speart
Fore! Now you can play golf without the hazards of rain, lightning, or
lost balls; racing pigeons that can't find their way home; and more.
Cruising the Eclipse
There goes the sun: Science devotees booked passage on a cruise
ship to get a good look at the decade's best solar eclipse.
by Frederik Pohl
The Light Stuff
After nine years of waiting, work, and more waiting, an engineering
professor's experiment, sponsored by Omni, finally made it into space.
by Beth Howard
Fiction: Skinner's Room
San Francisco's outcasts have made the Bay Bridge their home. One of the
first to claim the bridge. Skinner now stis atop it, nursed by a young
girl who has never known a different world.
by William Gibson
Nautical archaeologist George Bass's discoveries
have rewritten history books.
by John Stein
Fiction: Vampire State
What could happen if we continue to
ignore street children?
by W.E. Gutman
Giving it all up for UFO's; monster rat
visits France; and more.
Techno-tools of tommorrow
Two fun programs give you close-ups
of the planets and the weather.
by Gregg Keizer
A 3-D message, sans glasses
by Scot Morris
Get ready for the latest ecological problems.
by Robert Bixby