Robert A. Freitas Jr., Xenology: An Introduction to the Scientific Study of Extraterrestrial Life, Intelligence, and Civilization, First Edition, Xenology Research Institute, Sacramento, CA, 1979;

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References (1-4183)**

** An additional 2795 references were compiled (#4184-#6978) but were not incorporated into the First Edition.


1. "Culture and Biological Adaptation", American Anthropologist, 1965, pp. 1174-97, Jane Hainline @ UCR, Calif. (part of doctoral thesis).
2. "Demiarcs: An Atomistic Approach to Relational Systems & Group Dynamics", Journal of Mathematical Sociology, 1971, July, pp. 195-205; Frank Harary @ University of Michigan, Ann Arbor.
3. Intelligent Life in the Universe; I. S. Shklovskii and Carl Sagan (1966).
4. "The Survival of Small Societies", Anthropologica, 1971, 13 (1-2):63-84; H. B. Hawtharne <saw abstract only>.
5. Article: Human Organization, 1971, 30 (3):223-228.
6. "The Chemical Elements of Life", Scientific American, July 1972, pp. 52-60, 54; by Earl Frieden.
7. Professor Yuri Nefedov, Soviet scientist, in Pravda, January 18, 1969, quoted in The Futurist, October 1969 issue, p. 120.
8. "Differential Adaptation and Micro-cultural Evolution in Guyana", Leo A. Despres, Journal of Anthro. Research, pp. 14-44, Vol. 25 (1969).
9. "Popular Pressure and the Social Evolution of Agriculturaliste", Michael J. Harner, Amer. Anthro., Vol. 26, 1970; p. 67.
10. "The Species 'Culture'", Paul Schmidt (Tulane Univ., New Orleans, La) Human Mosaic, 1968, 3, 1, Fall, 41-63.
11. "Cultural Inconsistencies in Transculturation Processes", Friedrich W. Sizel (Queen's U, Kingston, Ontario), Sociologus, 1969, 19, 2, 166-177 <abstract only>.
12. "The Cultural Animal", Robin Fox (Rutgers U, New Brunswick, N. J.), Social Science Information, 1970, 9, 1, February 7-25 <abstract only>.
13. "The Concept of Freedom: A Framework for the Study of Civilizations"; M. Roshwald (U of Minnesota, Minneapolis), Philosophy & Phenomenological Research, 1969, 30, 1, September 102-112 <abstract only>.
14. "Cultural Homeostasis: A Heuristic Concept in Understanding Culture Process"; Laura Thompson, Eastern Anthropologist, 1969, 22, 1, Jan-Apr. 1-12.
15. The Cosmic Connection, Carl Sagan (Doubleday N. Y., 1973).
16. Gravity, George Gamow (Univ. of Colorado), (Doubleday, N. Y.; 1962).
17. Scientific Study of Unidentified Flying Objects, Dr. Edward U. Condon; (E. P. Dutton & Co., N. Y. and Colorado Associated University Press; 1969). {*}
18. UFO's-A Scientific Debate, Carl Sagan (Laboratory for Planetary Studies @ Cornell) & Thornton Page (Chairman of the AAAS opened committee), (Cornell University Press, Ithaca; 1972). {*}
19. From a lecture by Evell Gibbons; Wednesday, April 4, 1975, at Santa Clara University.
20. Intelligent Life in the Universe, I. S. Shklovskii and Carl Sagan, (Dell Publ. Co., Inc.; 1966).
21. Britannica (1974); "Life" (?).
22. Communication with Extraterrestrial Intelligence (CETI), ed. by Carl Sagan, (The MIT Press, Cambridge, Mass.; 1973) [see gen. ref. for names]. {*}
23. F. Rosenblatt, "A Two-Color Photometric Method for Detection of Extra-Solar Planetary Systems". Icarus, 14 (1971):71-93 <abstract only> (see #1259).
24. Richard Berendzen, Ed., Life Beyond Earth and the Mind of Man, A Symposium Held at Boston University on Nov. 20, 1972; NASA SP-328 (NASA), Scientific and Technical Information Office, Wash. D. C.; 1973) (see General Ref. for participants). {*}
25. B. P. Konstantinov & V. D. Pekelis, Ed. Inhabited Space (Part 2), NASA TT F-820, trans. 7/74 (Translation of Naselennyy kosmos", Moscow, "Nauka" Press, 1972, pp. 215-369); Material from:
* "Problem of Searching for ET Civilizations", V. A. Ambartsumian, Academician
* "Multiplicity of Inhabited Worlds", I. S. Shklovskii, Corresponding Member of the USSR Acad. of Sciences;
* "Radio Communications w/ETC’s", V. A. Kotel'nikov, Academician;
* "Searching for ETC's", L. M. Gindilis, Candidate of Physico-Mathematical Sciences;
* "Lincos-An Interplanetary Language", H. Freudenthal, Prof. (The Netherlands).
26. B. N. Tarusov, Ed., Problems of Space Biology (Volume 19), NASA TT F-761, trans. 11/73 (Translation of "Problemy Kosmicheskoy Biologii, Tom 19, Problemy Ustoychivosti Biologicheskikh Sistem", Moscow, "Nauka" Press, 292 pages); Material from: "The Limits of Adaptation of Life to Extreme Conditions (in Connection with Problems of Exobiology) ", by S. I. Aksenov, pp. 1-76.
27. Freeman J. Dyson (Institute for Advanced Study, Princeton, N. J.), "The World, the Flesh, and the Devil"; Third J. D. Bernal Lecture de lived at Birbeck College, London, May 16, 1972. Printed for private circulation by Birbeck College, 1972.
28. G. M. Tovmasyan, Ed.; Vnezemnye tsivilizatsii (Extraterrestrial Civilizations); Proceedings of the First All-Union Conference on ETC's and Interstellar Communication, Byurakan, 20-23 May 1964; Publ. Yerevan, 1965; Translated from Russian, Israel Program for Scientific Translations, Jerusalem, 1967 (IPST Cat. No. 1823), Translated by Z. Lerman; NASA TT F-438; See Table of Contents, "Gen. Ref." {*}
29. S. A. Kaplan, Ed.; Vnezemnye tsivilizatsii. Problemy Mezhzvezdnoi svyazi (- Extraterrestrial Civilizations; Problems of Interstellar Communication); "Nauka", Moscow, 1969; Translated from Russian by IPST staff, Jerusalem, 1971 (IPST Cat. No. 5780); NASA TT F-631; See Table of Contents, "Gen. Ref."
30. Kenneth E. Boulding; A Primer on Social Dynamics; The Free Press, New York (The Macmillan Co.), 1970.
31. Pitirim A. Sorokin, Society, Culture, and Personality: Their Structure and Dynamics, Harper & Brothers Publishers, N. Y., 1947
32. "Grizzly", National Geographic (TV), 5/7/75
33. A. G. W. Cameron, ed.; Interstellar Communication; (W. A. Benjamin, Inc., N. Y., 1963 [For article titles & personals, see Gen. Ref. # 33] [See # 1016 et seq. for individual titles]
34. "How Much Do You Smell", NOVA (TV), 5/4 75
35. Carroll Quigley, The Evolution of Civilizations (N. Y., The Macmillan Co., 1961) (Oxford, England).
36. Leslie A. White (University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Mich.), The Science of Culture, (Farrao, Straus, and Giroux; N. Y., 1969).
37. William R. Corliss, Mysteries of the Universe; Thomas Y. Crowell Co., N. Y., 1967.
38. Joseph H. Jackson, Pictorial Guide to the Planets; Thomas Y. Crowell Co., N. Y., 1965
39. Paul W Merrill, Space Chemistry; University of Michigan Press, Ann Arbor, 1963 (Merrill is now deceased).
40. Richard S. Young, Chief of the Exobiology Division at the Ames Research Center 1961-7, currently (1969) Chief of the Exobiology Program in the Office of Space Science & Application at NASA Headquarters; Extraterrestrial Biology; Holt, Rinehart & Winston, Inc., N. Y., 1966.
41. Richard S. Young (see#40), Life Beyond Earth, 21st Century Monografics, #3, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, in collaboration with Silver Burdett Co., 1969.
42. "Amazon", National Geographic (TV); 5/14/75.
43. Kenneth Heuer, Men of Other Planets; Viking Press, N. Y., 1954.
44. Sir Harold Spencer Jones, Life on Other Worlds; New American Library, N. Y.; 1951
45. C. Maxwell Cade (Technical Applications Manager of an international medical equipment company), Other Worlds Than Ours; Taplinger Publishing Company, N. Y., 1967; 1st publ. in G. Britain in 1966.
46. Paul W. Hodge, Galaxies and Cosmology; McGraw-Hill Book Co., N. Y., 1966.
47. Francis Jackson (research bacteriologist in London), Patrick Moore (science-writer in astronomy & related topics), Life in the Universe; W. W. Norton & Co., Inc., N. Y., 1962.
48. William S. Spector, Ed.; Handbook of Biological Data, The Committee on the Handbook of Biological Data, Division of Biology and Agriculture, The National Academy of Sciences, The National Research Council, October 1956; Wright Air Development Center, WADC Technical Report 56-273, ASTIA Document No. AD 110501.
49. John W. Macvey (internationally. known writer on astronomy, fellow of BIS), Whispers From Space, Macmillan Publ. Co., Inc.; 1973.
50. Games G. Strong (B. Sc. (Eng.) A.C.G.I., A.F.R.Ac.S., F.B.I.S), Flight to the Stars: An Inquiry into the Feasibility of Interstellar Flight; Hart Publ. Co., Inc.; N. Y., 1965.
51. "Natural History of the World: Time of Man", National Geographic (TV), (5/28/75).
52. "A Sound of Dolphins", Jacques Cousteau (TV), 5/28/75
53. Hoimar von Ditforth (widely acclaimed scientific journalist & a prof. of Psychology & Neurology at the Universities of Würzburg and Heidelberg, Germany), Children of the Universe; Athenaeum, N. Y., 1974; translated from German by Jan van Heurck. (Orig. publ. 1970, Hamburg).
54. Hugh Odishaw, Ed., The Earth in Space, Basic Books, Inc.; N. Y., 1967.Authors of concern: Ch. 28-"Chemical Evolution of Life on Earth", Melvin Calvin (Nobel Laureate, Prof. of Chemistry & Molecular Biology, and Director of the Laboratory of Chemical Biodynamics, University of Berkeley (Cal.); Ch. 29-Colin S. Pittendrigh, "Life on Others Planets", (Prof. of Biology and Dean of the Graduate School , Princeton University); ch. 30-#3284 "Intelligent Life in Parts of the Universe", Frank D. Drake (Prof. of Astronomy and Director of Astronomy and Director of the Arecibo Observatory, Cornell University)
55. Arthur C. Clarke, Profiles of the Future (Harper & Row, Publishers; N. Y., 1962) (Bantam Edition).
56. Owen Gingerich, Ed., Frontiers in Astronomy: Readings from Scientific American; W. N. Freeman and Company, San Francisco, 1970. Authors of concern: Von R. Eshleman (Prof. Elec. Eng. @ Stanford & Codirector of the Center for Radar As Astronomy of SKI); "The Atmospheres of Mars and Venus". Raimond Hide (Director of the Geophysical Fluid Dynamics laboratory of the British Meteorological Office, formerly Prof. of Geophysics & Physics @ MIT): "Jupiter's Great Red Spot". Su-Shu Huang (Astronomer at the Dearborn Observatory of Northwestern Univ., since 1965, formerly a physicist at NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center in Washington): "Life Outside the Solar System". George H. Herbig (Astronomer @ Lick Observatory): "The Youngest Stars".
57. Bernard M. Oliver (Stanford U. Summer appointment [Hewlett-Packard]), John Billingham (Ames Research Center, . NASA), codirectors; Project Cyclops: A Design Study of a System for Detecting Extraterrestrial Intelligent Life; Proposed Under Stanford (NASA) Ames Research Center 1971 Summer Faculty Fellowships Program in Engineering Systems Design; Revised Edition 7/73, CR 114445. {*}
58. Chesley Bonestell (paintings), Willy Ley (text), Beyond the Solar System; (Viking Press, N. Y.; 1964).
59. Zdenek Kopal (Astronomer and Science Writer * at the University of Manchester, acc. to #1001, p.19); Man and his Universe; (William Morrow & Company, Inc.; 1972), 1st Publ. in Great Britain in 1971.
60. Alfred J. Cote, Jr. (Professional Engineer, Washington editor for Industrial Research & Oceanology International, former Chief of Advanced Engineering Division of the United States Naval Ordnance Laboratory); The Search for the Robots; (Basic Books, Inc., Publishers; N. Y.; 1967.
61. John W. Macvey, Alone in the Universe?; (The MacMillan Co., N. Y.; 1963) {#49 also}
62. Fred Hoyle; The Black Cloud; (Harper & Row, 1957). (S/F)
63. Poul Anderson, Is There Life on Other Worlds?; (Crowell-Collier Press, N. Y.; 1963). With intro. by Isaac Asimov.
64. Dr. P. H. A. Sneath (Director of the Medical Research Council Microbial Systematics Research Unit in the University of Leicester); Planets and Life (Thames and Hudson, London; 1970).
65. Howard R. Topoff; "The Social Behavior of Army Ants", Scientific American 227 (November, 1972):71-9. (Topoff is Assistant Prof. of Psychology at Hunter College of the City University of New York and Research Associate in the Department of Animal of the Behavior of the American Museum of Natural History.).
66. Jan B. Deregowski (lecturer in Psychology at the University of Aberdeen), "Pictorial Perception and Culture"; Scientific American 227 (Nov, 1972):82-8.
67. Robert W. Prehoda (head of a technological forecasting organization in Encino, Calif. & author of several books on aging research & the future); Suspended Animation; (Chilton Book Company, N. Y.; 1969)
68. Robert W. Prehoda, Extended Youth the Promise of Gerontology; (G. P. Putnam's Sons, N. Y.; 1968).
69. Osborn Segerberg, Jr. (former UP reporter and ecology-environmentalist writer); The Immortality Factor; (E. P. Dutton & Co., Inc.; N. Y., 1974).
70. James E. Gunn (former President of SFWA and well-known s/f writer); The Listeners; (Charles Scribner's Sons, N. Y.; 1972). (S/F)
71. Roland Puccetti (Prof. of Philosophy at the University of Singapore); Persons-A Study of Possible Moral Agents in the Universe (Macmillan & Co., Ltd., London; 1968).
72. Samuel Glasstone ('foremost scientific author"); The Book of Mars; NASA SP-179 (1968).
73. The Tonite Show; September, 1974, Carl Sagan as guest.
74. John E. Arnold, Case Study-Arcturus IV; Creative Engineering Laboratory, Mechanical Engineering Department; Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1953.
75. Michael W. Ovenden, Life in the Universe, (Anchor Books, Doubleday & Company, Inc., Garden City, N. Y.; 1961. (Ovenden is a British Astronomer & Member of the British Astronomical Society and the International Astronomical Union).
76. Clarence Day, This Simian World, (Alfred A. Knopf, N. Y; 1965 (~1936).
77. Adrian Berry (technological forecaster/writer), The Next Ten Thousand Years; (Saturday Review /E. P. Dutton & Co., Inc., N. Y.; 1974).
78. WESTERCON 28, Held in Oakland, California on July 3-6, 1975.
* Panels of interest were as follows: "The Role of BEM's in sf"; Terry Carr, Michael Kurland, Bill Rotsler.
* "Son of What If?"; Jim Benford, John Brunner, Tom Digby, Robert Silverberg "The Galactic Epic"; Poul Anderson, Jack Williamson, Larry Niven.
79. Robert Froman (full-time science writer); The Many Human Senses; (Little, Brown, & Company; Boston, 1966).
80. Ronald N. Bracewell (Prof. of EE at Stanford Native Australian University, native Australian & science writer); The Galactic Club: Intelligent Life in Outer Space; (W. H. Freeman & Co., San Francisco; 1975).
81. A. C. Clarke, Report on Planet Three; (Harper & Row, N. Y.; 1972).
82. Lorus J. & Margery Milne (professors, lecturers, & explorer-scientists); The Senses of Animals and Men; (Athenaeum, N. Y.; 1962).
83. Jacques Bergier & the Editors of INFO (International Fortean Organization); Extraterrestrial Intervention: The Evidence; (Henry Regnery Company, 180 North Michigan Avenue, Chicago, Ill., 60601; 1974).
84. Movie, "The Blob", (1958: Paramount Studios), w/Steve McQueen (his 1st starring role) and Anita Corseaut.
85. Cyril Ponnamperuma, A. G. W. Cameron; Interstellar Communication: Scientific Perspectives; (Houghton Mifflin Company, Boston; 1974). From a "series of lectures organized at the NASA Ames Research Center in 1970". {*}
86. Bonnie Dalzell, "Designing an Extraterrestrial Vertebrate", lecture given at U. C. Berkley, Life Science Bldg., on 7/16/1975 @ 8 P. M.)
87. "Space for Man?"; TV Special, funded & produced in part by BBC-1, aired on 7/17/75 on KQED, San Francisco.
88. Robert W. Prehoda, Designing the Future: The Role of Technological Forecasting; (Chilton Book Co., Philadelphia; 1967).
89. N. J. Berrill (Strathcona Professor of Zoology at McGill University, Montreal); Worlds Without End: A Reflection on Planets, Life, and Time; (The Macmillan Company, N. Y.; 1964).
90. H. Chandler Elliot (Prof. of Anatomy, Neurology, & Psychiatry at the University of Nebraska College of Medicine); The Shape of Intelligence: The Evolution of the Human Brain; (Charles Scribner’s Sons, N. Y.; 1969. (Illustrations by Anthony Ravielli, medical illustrator.)
91. Paul Fraisse (Prof. of Experimental Psychology at the Sorbonne, and Director of the Institute of Psychology at the University of Paris); The Psychology of Time; (Harper & Row, Publ., N. Y.; 1963) Trans. by Jennifer Leith, M. A. (Oxon.).
92. David M. Rorvick (Biological/Futurist science writer); As Man Becomes Machine; The Evolution of the Cyborg; (Doubleday & Co., Inc., Garden City, N. Y.; 1971).
93. Wolfgang D. Müller (German (Space?) Science writer); Man Among the Stars, (Criterion Books, N. Y.; 1957). Trans. from German.
94. Isaac Asimov; Only a Trillion; (Abelard-Schuman, London & N. Y.; 1957).
95. Sir David Brewster (K.H., D.C.L., F.R.S., V.P.R.S., Edin., and Associate of the Institute of France); More Worlds Than One: The Creed of the Philosopher and the Hope of the Christian; (Robert Carter & Brothers, No. 285 Broadway, N. Y.; 1854). (Brewster was at St. Leonard's College, St. Andrews).
96. Isaac Asimov, Is Anyone There?; (Doubleday & Co., Inc., Garden City, N. Y.; 1967).
97. Ursula K. Le Guin; The Left Hand of Darkness (Hugo & Nebula winner); (Ace Books, N. Y.; 1969). (S/F)
98. Harrison Brown; "Planetary Systems Associated with Main-Sequence Stars", Science 145 (1964):1177-1181.
99. Hubert Pryor, "The Search for ET Life", Science Digest 60 (1966):28-41.
100. J. E. Bruns; "Cosmolatry"; Catholic World 191 (Aug. 1960): 283-287.
101. V. G. Dethier; "Life on Other Planets"; Catholic World 198 (Jan. 1964):245-250.
102. Aidan M. Carr; "Take Me to Your Leader", Homiletic and Pastoral Review (New York) 65 (Dec. 1964):255-256.
103. Charles Coupe, S. J. (Bournemough, England); "Are the Planets Inhabited?"; American Catholic Quarterly 31 (1906):699-720.
104. Charles Davis; "The Place of Christ", Clergy Review (London) 45 (December, 1960):706-718.
105. W. Burnet Easton, Jr.; "Space Travel & Space Theology", Theology Today 17 (Jan. 1961):428-429.
106. "Faith and Outer Space", Time 71 (Mar. 31, 1958): 37. (About: C. S. Lewis).
107. C. S. Lewis; "Onward Christian Spaceman", Catholic Digest 27 (August, 1963):90-95.
108. Joseph A. Breig (I.) "Man Stands Alone") and L. C. McHugh, S. J. (II.) 'Others Out Yonder"); "Other Worlds For Man", America 104 (Nov. 26, 1960):294-297.
109. (Father) L. C. McHugh, S. J.; "Life in Outer Space", The Sign 41 (December, 1961):26-29.
110. (Interview with Colin Clark, "Christian Demographer"); "The Population Blessing", The Sign 40 (Feb. 1960):30-33.
111. "Messages From Space", America 111 (1964):770-1.
112. (Interview with Andrew G. Haley, general council of the American Rocket Society & "the world's first space lawyer"-now deceased); "Metalaw", New Yorker 32 (Dec. 29, 1956): 19.
113. "Other Worlds, Other Beings", Newsweek 60 (Oct. 8, 1962): 112-115.
114. "No Room for Christian Faith", The Sign 36 (Nov. 1956): 14.
115. A. Perego; "Rational Life Beyond the Earth", Theology Digest 7 (Fall, 1959):177-8.
116. Daniel C. Raible; "Rational Life in Outer Space?"; America 103 (August 13, 1960):532-535.
117. G. M. Searle; "Is There a Companion World to Our Own?" Catholic World 55 (Sept. 1882):860-878 * (prolific Protestant (converted!) author & theology).
118. "Space Theology", Time 66 (Sept. 19, 1955): 81.
119. T. J. Zubek; "Theological Questions on Space Creatures", American Ecclesiastical Review 145 (Dec. 1961):393-399.
120. John Ciardi; "Is Anyone There?" (humor); Saturday Review 54 (November 20, 1971): 27.
121. Robert Heinlein & Harold Wooster; "Xenobiology", correspondence in Science 134 (July 21, 1961): 223, 225.
122. Robert L. Forward: "Pluto -- the Gateway to the Stars", Missiles & Rockets 10 (April 2, 1962):26-28.
123. Willem J. Luyten; "Astrofantasies & Contracts", correspondence in Science 145 (1964): 231.
124. Katherine O'Brien; "Hello Out There (Project Ozma) ", poem in Science 131 (1960): 1263.
125. Henry Norris Russell (Princeton Astronomer); "Anthropocentrism's Demise", Scientific American 169 (Jan. 1943):18-19.
126. Andrew T. Young; "The Occurrence of Planets", Science 148 (April 23, 1965): 532.
127. Poul Anderson, Freeman J, Dyson, et al.; "Artificial Biosphere", correspondence in Science 132 (1960): 251–253.
128. Ann Ewing; "Life on Tiny, Dark Stars", Science News Letter 82 (1962): 32
129. Fritz Leiber; "Homes for Men in the Stars", Science Digest 58 (September 1963) 53-57.
130. R. Amidei; "Ingredients for Life in Outer Space", Science Digest 70 (Sept. 1971):24-29.
131. "Animal, Vegetable, or ...", Newsweek 56 (Nov. 28, 1960): 78.
132. A. Berget; "Appearance of Life on Worlds and the Hypothesis of Arrhenius", Annual Report of the Smithsonian Institute (1912-13):543-551.
133. N. J. Berrill (eminent Canadian biologist, author, & Prof. of Zoology at McGill Univ.); "The Search for Life", The Atlantic Monthly 212 (1963):35-40.
134. "Did the Seeds of Life Come from Space?"; Science News 101 (April 8, 1972): 231.
135. Loren C. Eiseley; "Is Man Alone in Space", Scientific American 189 (July, 1953):80-86.
136. Selby Evans; "A New Thought About Life on Other Planets", American Mercury 86 (1958):83-88.
137. Gaston Burridge; "Another Step Toward Anti-Gravity", American Mercury 86 (1958); 77-82.
138. Laurence J. Lafleur; "Surface Gravity and Behavior", Popular Astronomy 51 (1943):197-202.
139. "Life Without End", Time 75 (Jan. 4, 1960): 54.
140. Cyril Ponnamperuma**; "Life in the Universe-Intimations & Implications for Space Science", Astronautics and Aeronautics 3 (#10, 1965):66-69 (**C. Ponnamperuma - Ceylonese-born).
141. Carl Sagan; "Interstellar Organic Chemistry", Nature 238 (July 14, 1972):77-80.
142. Robert T. Bakker (Harvard Univ.); "Anatomical & Ecological Evidence of Endothermy in Dinosaurs", Nature 238 (July 14, 1972): 81-85.
143. Su-Shu Huang* (Institute for Advanced Study, Princeton, N. J.); "Some Astronomical Aspects of Life in the Universe", Sky & Telescope 21 (1961):312-316 (*Su-Shu Huang - Chinese-borne).
144. George Gaylord Simpson, and Wolf Vishniac; "Space Flights and Biology", correspondence in Science 144 (Apr. 17, 1964):245-6.
145. "Waterless Life", Time 98 (Nov. 29, 1971): 65.
146. Leland I. Anderson; "ET Radio Transmissions", Nature 190 (April 22, 1961): 374.
147. Ray Bradbury; "A Serious Search for Weird Worlds", Life 49 (Oct. 24, 1960):116-130. {-}
148. Graham Du Shane (Editor of Science, 1959); "Next Question", Science 130 (Dec. 25, 1959): 1733.
149. Freeman J. Dyson, "Letter From Armenia", The New Yorker (Nov. 6, 1971):126-137.
150. Leslie C. Edie; "Messages from Other Worlds", correspondence in Science 136 (1962): 184. (Edie lived in Bellmore, N. Y.).
151. Martin Gardner; "Mathematical Games: Communications with Intelligent Organisms on Other Worlds", Scientific American 213 (Aug. 1965): 96-100.
152. "Scientia International", Science News Letter 74 (Nov. 29, 1958): 340.
153. William S. Jarnagin; "Intragalactic Communication", correspondence in Science 131 (Apr. 22, 1960):1262-1263.
154. Robert D. Kross (lives in Bellmore, N. Y., less than one mile from Edie, ref. #150); "Space Messengers", correspondence in Science 136 (June 8, 1962):913-4.
155. "Lust for Life", Science News 93 (Jan. 13, 1968):29-31.
156. "Signals from Space", Science News Letter 79 (May 13, 1961): 295.
157. Cesare Emiliani (Miami, Florida); correspondence re ref. #147, in Life 49 (Nov. 14, 1960): 22.
158. J. C. G. Walker*; "The Search for Signals from ETCS", Nature 241 (Feb. 9, 1973):379-381 (*Department of Geology & Geophysics; Yale University; New Haven, Connecticut 06520).
159. John P. Wiley, Jr.; "Is Anybody Out There?" Natural History 80 (December 1971):42-43.
160. John P. Wiley, Jr.; "Postscript to the Jupiter", Natural History 81 (April, 1972) 44-45.
161. John Lear; "The Search for Man's Relatives Among the Stars", Saturday Review 55 (June 10, 1972):29-37.
162. John Wilhelm and Fred Golden; "Is There Life on Mars-or Beyond?" Time 98 (December 13, 1971):50-58.
163. Ira Wolfert; "They Listen to the Language of the Universe", Reader’s Digest 94 (Feb. 1969):95-99.
164. Lancelot Hogben; "Cosmical Language", (a review of Han's Freudenthal's "LINCOS: Design of language for Cosmic Intercourse"), Nature 192 (Dec. 2, 1961):826-827.
165. John P. Wiley, Jr.; "Waiting for the Phone to Ring", Natural History 81 (August-September 1972):72-73.
166. William J. Berger (Res. Engineer, Convair-Astronautics, San-Diego, Calif.); Celestial Iconospherics, the Ultimate Astronomy", Jet Propulsion 28 (May, 1958):337-338.
167. Charles C. Renshaw (interview with Frank D. Drake); "Is There Life Out There?" National Wildlife 10 (Oct. -November 1972):50-53.
168. Carl Sagan, Linda S. Sagan, & Frank Drake; "A Message From Earth", Science 175 (Feb. 25, 1972):881-884.
169. W. L. B.; "Who Can Answer This?" Scientific American 122 (Mar. 6, 1920): 245.
170. H. W. Nieman and C. Wells Nieman; "What Shall We Say to Mars? A System for Opening Communication Despite the Absence of Any Common Basis of Language", Scientific American 122 (Mar. 20, 1920): 248, 312.
171. Harold Wooster, moderator, and Paul L. Garvin, Lambros D. Callimahos, John C. Lilly, William O. Davis, & Francis J. Heyden; "Communication with Extraterrestrial Intelligence", a debate, Session 1-5 of the IEEE Military Electronics Conference (MIL-E-CO No. 9), in IEEE Spectrum 3 (March 1966):153-163. {*}
172. Ronald N. Bracewell; "The Opening Message from an Extraterrestrial Probe", Astronautics & Aeronautics 11 (May, 1973):58-60.
173. Solomon W, Golomb (NASA JPL; Pasadena, Cal.); "Extraterrestrial Linguistics", Astronautics 6 (May, 1961):46-47, 96.
174. David Kahn, "Messages from Outer Space", last chapter in The Codebreakers; (Macmillan Co., N. Y.; 1967), pp. 938-965.
175. Terry Winograd (at the Artificial Intelligence Laboratory, MIT); "Understanding Natural Language", Cognitive Psychology 3 (Jan. 1972): 1-191.
176. Seville Chapman; "Dolphins and Multifrequency, Multiangular Images", Science 160 (12 April, 1968):208-209.
177. Daniel P. Quiring; Functional Anatomy of the Verterbrates; (Hill Book Company, Inc., N. y.; 1950). (Quiring was Assoc. Prof. of Biology at Case Western Reserve University, and Head of the Anatomy Dept. at Cleveland Clinic Foundation.).
178. Frank D. Drake; "Great Goal of Space Science-Life Itself", Astronautics & Aeronautics 3 (January 1965):16-17.
179. Theodore C. Ruch, Harry D. Patton, eds.; Physiology and Biophysics, (W. B. Saunders Co., Philadelphia; 1965).
180. George H. Bell, J. Norman Davidson, Harold Scarborough; Textbook of Physiology and Biochemistry, 7th Ed., (The Williams & Wilkins Co., Baltimore; 1968).
181. Björn Kurtén; The Age of the Dinosaurs (McGraw-Hill Book Co., World University Library, N. Y.; 1968).
182. John W. Campbell, Jr.; "Digital Computer", Analog 44 ( Dec. 1949):4-5.
183. Jonathan Saville (N. Y.), correspondence in Analog 44 (December 1949); 115-6.
184. Rudolf W. Preisendorfer (Cambridge, Mass.); correspondence in Analog 44 (February 1950): 135.
185. J. W. Campbell, Jr.; "Question", Analog 50 (December 1952): 6, 170.
186. Charles M. Williamson (Savannah, Georgia); correspondence in Analog 52 June, 1954):150-154.
187. Richard A. Barkley; correspondence in Analog 47 (July, 1951):159-161.
188. Eric Frank Russell; correspondence in Analog 48 (February 1952):164-165.
189. William R. Rennagel (Eden, N. Y.); correspondence in Analog 48 (October 1951):147-150.
190. Sgt. Arthur R. Walter (Camp Rucker, Alabama); correspondence in Analog 50 (January 1953):162-164.
191. J. W. Campbell, Jr.; "Aristotelian Thinking", Analog 49 (May, 1952):6-8.
192. H. Chandler Elliott; correspondence in Analog 49 (May, 1952): 164.
193. J. W. Campbell, Jr.; "The Ultimate Weapon", Analog 49 (July. 1952):5-7.
194. J. W. Campbell, Jr.; "Social Pattern", Analog 49 (March, 1952):6-7.
195. James R. Redmond (dept. of Zoology, UCLA); "The Respiratory Function of Hemocyanin in Crustacea", Journal of Cellular and Comparative Physiology 46 (October 1955):209-242. Reprinted in Bradley T. Sheer, ed.; Comparative Physiology: A Book of Readings; (Wm. C. Brown Company Publishers, Dubuque, Iowa; 1968), pp. 162-194.
196. Poul Anderson; "Those Hairy Ancestors", Analog 54 (November 1954):83-85.
197. J. W. Campbell, Jr.; reply to correspondence in Analog 54 (November 1954): 161.
198. Gilbert Campbell Hanes (Colorado Springs, Colorado); correspondence in Analog 55 (August 1955):159-160.
199. "Oxygen"; Analog 58 (December 1956): 88.
200. J. W. Campbell, Jr.; "The One-Eyed Logician", Analog 58 (January 1957):4-5, 160-2.
201. John Cunningham Lilly, M. D.; The Mind of the Dolphin: A Nonhuman Intelligence; (Doubleday & Company, Inc., Garden City, N/Y.; 1967).
202. Lt. Commander Doris Cranmore; "Behavior, Mortality, and Gross Pathology of Rats Under Accelerative Stress", Journal of Aviation Medicine 27 (1956):131-140.
203. Rodolfo Margaria, M. D.; "Wide Range Investigations of Acceleration in Men and Animals", Journal of Aviation Medicine 29 (1958):855-871.
204. F. Gaynor Evans, Ph. D. (Assoc. Prof. Anatomy, Wayne State Univ., College of Medicine; Detroit, Mich.); Stress and Strain in Bones: Their Relation to Fractures and Osteogenesis; (Charles C. Thomas, Publ.; Springfield, Illinois; 1957).
205. Jean Piaget; The Psychology of Intelligence; (Routledge & Kegan Paul Ltd, "The International Library", London; 1st publ. England, 1950.
206. Joseph Hamilton; The Starry Hosts: A Plea for the Habitation of Planets; (W. Mullan, Belfast; 1875).
207. V. A. Kostitzin (formerly Prof. in the Faculty of Science of Moscow and Director of the Moscow Geophysical Institute); Mathematical Biology; (George G. Harrap & Company Ltd., London; 1939). Trans. from Russian by Theodore H. Savory.
208. "Possible Pattern for the Origin of Life", Space World H-9-93 (September 1971):47-48.
209. Lester del Rey, William Tenn, Paul Anderson, A. E. van Vogt; "Eight Eyes", Esquire 65 (Jan, 1966):56-59.
210. Balthus van der Pol; "Short Wave Echoes and the Aurora Borealis", Nature 122 (December 8, 1928):878-879.
211. Carl Størmer; "Short Wave Echoes and the Aurora Borealis", Nature 122 (November 3, 1928): 681.
212. Willy Ley; "What Will 'Space People' Look Like?", Science Digest 43 (February 1958):61-64. Condensed from This Week Magazine, on Nov. 10, 1957.
213. Jon Boswell's visit to Santa Clara: 8/19/75-8/21/75.
214. Stephen H. Dole (The RAND Corporation, 1964); Habitable Planets for Man; (Blaisdell Publishing Company, N. Y.; 1964).
215. John D. Currey (Ph.D., Senior Lecturer, Dept. of Biology, Univ. of N. Y.); Animal Skeletons; (The Institute of Biology's "Studies in Biology no. 22"); (St. Martin's Press; N. Y.; 1970).
216. "Monopole Captured: Find May Scuttle Physics Premise", San Jose Mercury, Friday, August 15, 1975; p. 5 (AP release, UPI Telephoto).
217. John C. Lilly, M. D.; Man and Dolphin; (Doubleday & Company, Inc., Garden City, N. Y.; 1961).
218. "Whales", Last of the Wild, TV Series narrated by Lorne Green, NBC, Aug. 24, 1975 (San Francisco).
219. Robert Burton; Animal Senses; (Taplinger Publishing Company, N. Y.; 1970).
220. "The Hidden World", National Geographic (TV); July 30, 1975. San Francisco.
221. "The Master Blasters", CBS TV 60 Minutes (8/10/75); Morely Safer.
222. Richard Ofshe, ed. (Prof. of Sociology, U. C. Berkeley); The Sociology of the Possible; (Prentice-Hall, Inc.; Englewood Cliffs, N. J.; 1970. (S/F)
223. A Brazier Howell (noted zoologist); Speed in Animals: Their Specialization for Running & Jumping; (Univ. of Chicago Press, Chicago; Aug. 1944). The Univ. of Chicago Committee on Publications in Biology and Medicine.
224. Sir James Gray (Sc. D, LL. D., F. R. S.; Emeritus Prof. of Zoology in the Univ. of Cambridge, & Fellow of King's College; has been president of the British AAS (like the AAAS in U. S.) ); Animal Locomotion; The World Naturalist, ed. by Richard Carrington (W. W. Norton & Co., N. Y.; 1968).
225. "Search for Life", NOVA (KQED Publ. Br., San Francisco, Channel 19; on 8/24/75.
226. Brian Aldiss; The Dark Light Years; (Siget Book; New American Library, N. Y.; 1964). (S/F)
227. Visit to Sea World, in San Diego, on Aug. 31, 1975. (Underwater Show#1, Dolphin Show#2, Seal & Penguin Show#3, Killer Whale (Shamu) Show#4, Walrus Pool#5, Marine Life Exhibits#6.
228. Courtesy of J. Boswell: "Killer Bee Invasion Threatening"; The New Mexican; Santa Fe, N. M.; 6/12/75.
229. "The Last Days of the Dolphins?", aired by KPIX, a CBS affiliate in San Francisco, on 9/5/75.
230. R. McNeill Alexander (lecturer in Zoology at the University College of North Wales, Bangor); Animal Mechanics; (Univ. of Washington Press, Seattle; 1968).
231. Larry Niven; A Gift From Earth; (Ballantine Books, N. Y.; 1968). (S/F)
232. Special of the Week, "Animal Behavior", a National Geographic production (TV, Channel 3, KCRA Sacramento; 9/7/75).
233. "Immortality"; KQED; July, 1975.
234. Frank Macomber; "Space Observatory Aids In Search For Other Civilizations", San Jose Mercury-News; June 15, 1975; p. 55.
235. "Killer Bees Are Coming", San Jose Mercury-News; June 13, 1975; p. 2.
236. Michael Tobin; "Our Earth in Space: Material Evolution and the Emergence of a Planetary Civilization", Midwest Quarterly 4 (April, 1968):297-318.
237. P. F. Lazarsfeld; Main Trends in Sociology; (UNESCO, 1970).
238. Amitai Etzioni; Macrosociology; (Allyn and Bacon, Inc., Boston; 1970).
239. Sociological Methodology 1973-1974 (Jossey-Bass Publishers, San Francisco; 1974).
240. Michael J. Moravcsik; "The Transmission of A Scientific Civilization"; Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists (March, 1973); 25-28.
241. Barbara Ever; "Insectual Politics"; Saturday Review (Nov. 20, 1971): 68.
242. Arnold Toynbee; "The Future of Mankind": Current (September 1973): 22.
243. Oliver Bell, ed.; America's Changing Population; (H. W. Wilson Co., N. Y.; 1974).
244. Population and the American Future; The Report of the Commission on Population Growth and the American Future (1972).
245. David M. Heer (Harvard University); Society and Population; (Prentice-Hall, Inc.; N. J.; 1968); Foundations of Modern Sociology Series.
246. Encyclopedia Britannica III; articles on Sociology & Social Change., etc.
247. A. Oparin, V. Fesenkov; Life in the Universe; (Twayne Publishers, N. Y.; 1961).
248. Proceedings of the NASA-University Conference On the Science and Technology of Space Exploration", Vol. I, Chicago, I11. (November 1-3, 1962). NASA SP-II.
249. Ursula T. Slager, M. D. (Associate Pathologist, Orange County General Hospital, Orange, California; Assistant Clinical Prof. of Pathology, University of Southern California; NASA Consultant, Space Medicine); Space Medicine; (Prentice-Hall, Inc., N. J.; 1962).
250. J. Allen Hynek; "UFO's and the Numbers Game", Natural History (March, 1968).
251. Dietrick E. Thomsen; "Dirac's New Field Theory-A Strange, Variable Gauge Universe", Science News 105 (Feb. 9, 1974):92-93.
252. Myres S. McDougal, Harold D. Lasswell, Ivan A. Vlasic; Law and Public Order in Space; (Yale University Press, New Haven; 1963).
253. M. Seara Vazquez; Cosmic International Law; (+ National University, Mexico; 1961), 1965; (trans. by Elaine Malley, Wayne State Univ. Press).
254. Leon Lipson, Nicholas Deb Katzenbach (Proj. Reporters); "Report to the NASA On Law of Outer Space", July, 1961 ABA.
255. Richard Rosa; "How To Design a Flying Saucer", Analog (September 1972):66-71.
256. Daniel Fry; The White Sands Incident; (Best Books, Inc.; Louisville, Kentucky; 1966). (White Sands engineer is a "contactee".).
257. Gösta Ehrensvärd; Man On Another World; (*Biochemist (?) & Science writer), (University of Chicago Press, 1965):47-61. Trans. by Lennart & Kojsa Rodén, from Swedish 1961 version (Stockholm).
258. Harvey Wheeler, "The Rise of the Elders", Saturday Review (December 5, 1970): 15.
259. "Challenge of the Heavens", Time (Jan. 24, 1969): "Theology"
260. "Changing Theologies For A Changing World", Time (Dec. 26, 1969).
261. James K. Feibleman (Tulane University); "The Philosophy of Tools", Social Forcers 45 (1966-1967):329-336.
262. Allen W. Eister (Wellesley College); "An Outline of a Structural Theory of Cults", Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion 11 (1972):319-333.
263. Dean Sheils; "The Importance of Agriculture From the Perspective of Neoevolutionary Theory", Rural Sociology 37 (1972): 167.
264. Roger W. Wescott; "The Enumeration of Civilizations"; History and Theory 9 (1970):59-85.
265. Edgar Bowden; "A Dimensional Model of Multilinear Sociocultural Evolution", American Anthropologist 71 (1969):864-870.
266. M. Kay Martin; "South American Foragers: A Case Study in Cultural Revolution", American Anthropologist 71 (1969): 234; 256-259.
267. Robert L. Carneiro; "A Quantitative Law in Anthropology", American Antiquity 35 (No. 4, 1970):492-494.
268. R. L. Carneiro; "A Theory of the Origin of the State", Science 169 (21, August 1970):733-738.
269. Garrett Hardin; "The Survival of Nations and Civilizations", Science 172 (25 June 1971), Number 3910.
270. Encycl. Brit. II (1974).
271. Dennis Livingston; "Science Fiction as a Source of Forecast Material", Futures (March, 1969):232-238.
272. Michael A. G. Michaud; "Negotiating with Other Worlds", The Futurist (April, 1973):71-77.
273. Ronald Cohen; "Altruism: Human, Cultural, or What?" (1971-1972?).
274. K. Mannheim; Essays on the Sociology of Knowledge (1952).
275. Richard P. Appelbaum (Univ. of Chicago); Theories of Social Change; (Markham Publishing Co., Chicago; 1970).
276. Ervin Laszlo, ed.; The World System; (George Braziller, N. Y.; 1973).
277. Arnold J. Toynbee; Civilization on Trial; (Oxford Univ. Press, N. Y.; 1948).
278. Bertrand Russell; Icarus; (E. P. Dutton & Co.; 1924).
279. G. Murray McKinley (Associate Prof. of Zoology at the University of Pittsburgh); Evolution: The Ages and Tomorrow; (The Ronald Press Co., N. Y.; 1956).
280. A. L. Kroeber; Configurations of Culture Growth; (University of California Press, 1969).
281. William F. Ogburn; On Culture and Social Change; (University of Chicago Press, 1964).
282. Carl Sagan, guest on The Tonight Show (NBC) on 9/16/75.
283. "The People at the End of the Tunnel", KQED-TV, Ch. 9; 9/18/75; San Francisco Bay Arca.
284. "There Are No Islands Anymore", KQED-TV, Ch. 9; 9/18/75; San Francisco Bay Arca.
285. Carl Sagan; Organic Matter and the Moon; Panel on ET Life for the Armed Forces - NRC Committee on Bio-Astronautics; Publication 757, National Academy of Sciences - National Research Council, Washington, D. C. 1961. Conf. on March 15, 1961. {*}
286. Eric R. Pianka (Univ. (Professor, U. of Texas, at Austin); Evolutionary Ecology; (Harper Row, Publishers; N. Y., 1974).
287. "The Arctic", National Geographic TV ch. 2, San. F., 9/7/75
288. Jerry Haig (Copley News Service); "Robots Are Great - But Humans are Better", San Jose Mercury-News, Sunday, 9/21/75, p. 30.
289. "Scuttling of Venus Flying Saucer", UPI release, San Francisco Sunday Examiner and Chronicle, Sunday, 9/21/75, p. 16, Sect. A.
290. "The Galapagos Island", Secrets of the Deep (Channel 3-KCRA TV, Sacramento, Cal.) 9/21/75
291. "Star Trek Spectacular", Ed. Busch Talk Show (KNBR - 68/AM), San Francisco, 9/23/75. Interviews, by phone, with De Forest Kelly (McCoy) and Walter Koenig (Chekov).
292. Hal Clement; Iceworld; (A Lancer Book; 1973). (First appeared in Astounding Science Fiction as a 3-part serial, in 1953, copyrighted by Street and Smith Publications, Inc.). (S/F)
293. Bob Wilkins, narrator; "The Star Trek Dream"; on The Wednesday Night Special, Channel 2-KTVU-TV, on 9/24/75.
294. H. J. Taubenfeld; "Space Law", Encyclopedia Britannica III.
295. Carl Sagan, Jonathan Norton Leonard; Planets; (Time-Life Books, N. Y.; 1969).
296. "Artificial Intelligence", San Jose Mercury, July 16, 1975, p. 88.
297. Arthur S. Boughey (Univ. of Calif., Irvine); Ecology of Populations; 2nd Edition, The Macmillan Co., N. Y.; 1973
298. "Animal Entertainers", Friends of Man (Ch. 2/KTVU San Francisco); 9/28/75.
299. Robert H. MacArthur (Dept. Of Biology, Princeton University) and Edward O. Wilson (Dept. of Biology, Harvard Univ.); The Theory of Island Biogeography; (Princeton, N. J., Princeton Univ. Press, 1967).
300. Philip H. Abelson; Researches in Geochemistry (John Wiley & Sons, Inc.; N. Y.; 1959); "Geochemistry of Organic Substances"
301. J. B. S. Haldane; "The Origins of Life", from New Biology 16, Penguin Books Ltd., 1954
302. S. L. Miller, H. C. Urey; "Organic Compound Synthesis on the Primitive Earth", Science 130 (1959):245-251.
303. John Oró, A. P. Kimball; "Synthesis of Purines under Possible Primitive Earth Conditions", Archives of Biochemistry and Biophysics 94 (1961):217-227.
304. Cyril Ponnamperuma, R. M. Lemmon, Ruth Mariner, Melvin Calvin; "Formation of Adenine by Electron Irradiation of Methane, Ammonia, and Water", Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 49 (1969): 737, 740.
305. Carl Sagan; "On the Origin and Planetary Distribution of Life", Radiation Research 15 (1961):174-192.
306. George Wald; "Life in the Second and Third Periods; or, Why Phosphorus and Sulfur for High-Energy Bonds?" Horizons in Biochemistry, M. Kasha, B. Pullman, eds.; Academic Press, N. Y., pp. 127-142 (1962).
307. R. B. Baldwin: "Mars: An Estimate of the Age of its Surface", Science 149 (1965):1498-1499.
308. A. Edward Tyler (worker with JPL/NASA; science writer): The Space Around Us; (Harper & Row Publ., N/Y.; 1964).
309. Thomas B. Allen (Popular Science writer); The Quest: A Report on ET Life; (Chilton Books, N. Y.; 1965).
310. Andrew Tomas (*Russian-born writer); On the Shores of Endless Worlds: The Search for Cosmic Life; (G. P. Putnam's Sons, N. Y.; 1974).
311. Thelma Harrington Bell (*fiction writer) and Corydon Bell; The Riddle of Time; (The Viking Press, N. Y.; 1967).
312. G. Mamikunian, M. H. Briggs, eds. (JPL, Pasadena); Current Aspects of Exobiology; (Pergamon Press, N. Y.; 1965). Proceedings of the "Current Research in Exobiology Symposium", 2/26-8/63. {*}
313. Colin S. Pittendrigh, Wolf Vishniac, J. P. T. Pearman, eds.; Biology and the Exploration of Mars; (NAS/NRC Publication 1296, Washington, D. C.; 1966). Results of "Exobiology Study" (NASA). {*}
314. Tom Snyder, Tomorrow (10/7/75), in Puerto Rico, with Director of Arecibo Telescope (Dr. Kraft?). (NBC-TV).
315. Cyril Ponnamperuma (Laboratory of Chemical Evolution, Dept. of Chem., Univ. of Maryland, College Park, Maryland), ed.; Exobiology; (North-Holland Publishing Company, London; 1972). North-Holland Research Monographs, Volume 23, Frontiers of Biology.
316. "Death Valley", National Geographic (TV); 10/20/75 (San Fran.).
317. G. P. Zhukov (Soviet Jurist); Space Law (Izdatel'stvo "Mezhdunarodnye otnosheniya" Moskva, 1966); translated from the Russian, 1969, in NASA-TT-F-517.
318. Carl Sagan; "In Praise of Robots"; Natural History 84 (January 1975):8-20.
319. Arthur L. Robinson, "Glassy Metals: No Longer a Laboratory Curiosity", Science 182 (30 November 1973):908-910.
320. Techfront: "Glassy Metal Alloys Have Ductility and High Strength", Iron Age, December 6, 1973, p. 23.
321. Dietrick E. Thomsen; "Light and the Living World"; Science News 105 (June 15, 1974):386-387.
322. Joan Arehart Treichel; "New Window on the Body"; Science News 104 (Oct. 13, 1973):234-235.
323. John H. Douglas; "Ft. Detrick: From 'Doomsbug' to Cancer"; Science News 104 (July 28, 1973):56-57.
324. "Electromagnetism and Bone Repair"; Science News 105 (May 4, 1974): 287.
325. Zygmunt Litynski; "Life on Other Planets"; Science Digest (August 1961):71-75.
326. "Ultimate Questions", Time.
327. John Pfeiffer, Harold F. Blum, Michael F. Halasz, Leonard Ornstein, & George Gaylord Simpson; "Life on Other Planets": Some Exponential Speculations"; in "Letters", Science 144 (May 8, 1964): 613—615.
328. Su-Shu Huang; "Life Outside the Solar System"; Scientific American 202 (April 1960):55-63 (Duplicate copy, #56).
329. C. O. Oakley (Haverford College); "Math: Our Link with Space People"; Science Digest (June, 1961):7-13.
330. William Howells (reproduced from a chapt. of Mankind in the Making, ©;; 1959, Doubleday); "World Other 'Humans' Look Like Us?"; Science Digest (February 1960):53-58.
331. Daniel Cohen; "UFO's - What a New Investigation May Reveal"; Science Digest (December 1966):54-63.
332. "UFOlogy"; Newsweek (August 5, 1963): 44.
333. "Out of This World"; Newsweek (Nov. 7, 1966):38-39.
334. George Gaylord Simpson (Prof. of Vert. Paleontology, Museum of Comparative Zoology, Harvard Univ.; Chapt. 13 from This View of Life, © 1964, Harcourt, Grace, & World, Inc., N. Y.); "The Non-Prevalence of Humanoids"; Science 143 (February 21, 1964):769-775.
335. "The Gullibility Experiment", Time (Apr. 8, 1966): 70.
336. Donald I. Warren (School of Social Work, Ann Arbor, Mich. -Univ. of Mich.; "Status Inconsistency Theory and Flying Saucer Sightings"; Science 170 (Nov. 6, 1970):599-603.
337. John Lear (Science Editor, SR); "A Scientific Explanation for the UFO's?"; Saturday Review (Oct. 1, 1966):67-69.
338. "Flying Saucer from Earth"; Science News 81 (May 13, 1967): 453.
339. "New Light on 'Flying Saucers'"; U. S. News & World Report (March 2, 1964): 16.
340. Thornton Page; "Photographic Sky Coverage for the Detection of UFO's", and William T. Powers, Walter F. Cannon; "UFO in 1800: Meteor?"; Science 160 (June 14, 1968):1258-1260.
341. J. Allen Hynek; "Science Takes Another Look at UFO's"; Science Digest (June, 1973):9-13.
342. George R. Stibitz; "UFO's: Dimensions and Speed"; Science 155. (1967): 404
343. William Markowitz; "The Physics and Metaphysics of UFO's"; Science 157 (Sept. 15, 1967): 1277.
344. Richard J. Rasa, William T. Powers, Jacques F. Vallée, et al.; "UFO Consensus"; in "Letters", Science 158 (Dec. 1967): 1265-1266.
345. Hal Hellman (condensed from Light & Electricity in the Atmosphere, 1967); "A New Look at the UFO Enigma"; Science Digest (November, 1967):9-15.
346. "A Fresh Look at Flying Saucers"; in "Time Essay", Time (Aug. 4, 1967):32-33.
347. J. Allen Hynek; "Flying Saucers - Are They Real?"; The Reader’s Digest (Mar., 1967):61-65.
348. C. S. Lewis (*died in 1963); Out of the Silent Planet; (Macmillan Paperbacks Edition; 1965; N. Y.). (S/F)
349. "The Playboy Adviser"; Playboy 22 (Nov. 1975): 49.
350. "The World of Jacques Cousteau"; National Geographic (KTVU - TV, San Francisco), 10/15/75
351. Tom Snyder; "Interview with Betty Hill"; Tomorrow (NBC -TV), 10/23/75.
352. V. A. Firsoff (*fellow of Royal Astronomical Society, Astronomy (Popular) writer): Life Beyond the Earth: A Study in Exobiology; (Basic Books, Inc., Publishers, N. Y. : 1963).
353. "The Incredible Machine"; National Geographic (TV), PBS -TV, San Francisco, 10/28/75.
354. Isaac Asimov; View from a Height; (Lancer Bucks, Inc., N. Y.; 1969). Copyright, 1963.
355. Encyclopedia Britannica III; articles on Rocks & Mountain-Building.
356. Pompeo Magno (*President of the Italian Institute of Space Law); "Before the First Meeting"; Allo Space Law Colloquium, September 26-27, 1963, Parigi, Italy (Sponsored by International Astronomical Federation) /- International Institute of Space Law/. English translation, pp. 35-65. In IAF/IISL Conf. # 5, 1963. {*}
357. Robert K. Woetzel (J. D.; Prof. at New York University and Fordham University): "Sovereignty and National Rights in Outer Space and on Celestial Bodies"; IAF/IISL Space Law Conf. # 5, 1962.
358. Aldo Armando Cocca (*Argentina jurist); "Space Law re Celestial Bodies"; IAF/IISL Conf. # 5, 1962.
359. Harold Caplan (United Kingdom); "Anarchy for Beginners: A Primer for Spacemen"; IAF/IISL Conf. # 5, 1962.
360. Norris & Ross McWhirter; Guinness Book of World Records; (Bantam/Sterling Publishing Co., 1974). ©;; 1960 by Guinness Superlatives Ltd., London).
361. Isaac Asimov; "The Dying Lizards"; Mag. of Fantasy and S. F. 35 (September 1968):108-118.
362. Colloquium 151, Fall 1971, Mrs. J'nan Sellery, Science Fiction (an HMC Literature Course).
363. Ed Bush Talk Show (KNBK- 68/AM), San Francisco, 11/7/75; interview with Philip Klass (Science & Aviation Writer).
364. Clive Staples Lewis; Perelandra; (Macmillan Publishing Co., Inc.; N. Y.; 1975) (©;; C. S. Lewis, 1944). (S/F)
365. "Our Violent Universe"; PBS/BBC- TV Production, Ch. 9, KQED, San Francisco, 11/2/75.
366. Fariborz Nozari (Institute of International Law, University of Stockholm); The Law of Outer Space; (P. A. Norstedt and Söners förlag, Stockholm; 1973).
367. Isaac Asimov; The Double Planet; (Abelard - Schuman, N. Y.; 1960).
368. Philip L. Altman, Dorothy S. Dittmer, ed.; Growth Including Reproduction and Morphological Development; (Federation of American Societies for Experimental Biology, Washington, D. C.; 1962).
369. J. A. Jacobs, R. D. Russell, J. Tuzo Wilson; Physics and Geology; (McGraw Hill Book Co., N. Y.; 1959).
370. George Gamow; Biography of the Earth; (Viking Press, N. Y.; 1959).
371. Gyula Gál (LL. D., (*Budapest) Hungarian jurist); Space Law; (A. W. Sijthoff - Leyden Oceana Publications, Inc., -Dobbs Ferry, N. Y., USA; 1969).
372. Ernst Fasan; Relations with Alien Intelligences; (Berlin Verlag Arno Spitz, I Berlin 33, Ehrenbergstraße 29; 1970).
373. Arthur C. Clarke; "When Earthman and Alien Meet"; Playboy 15 (January, 1968):118-121, 126, 210-212.
374. "The High Arctic", National Geographic (KTVU - TV). San Francisco; 11/5/75.
375. "An A. S. P. Colloquium", Mercury 3 (March-June, 1974): 23-25.
376. Ed Duckworth; "In Search of the Galactic Library"; Mercury 4 (May/June 1975):10-13.
377. Richard Reis (Mercury Editor); "An Interview with Carl Sagan"; Mercury 4 (May/June 1975):26-29.
378. Sidney van den Bergh (Prof. of Astronomy, Univ of Toronto); "Are We Alone?" Mercury 4 (July/Aug 1975):8-10, 26.
379. Howard L. Andrews (Prof. of Radiation Biology and Biophysics, University of Rochester, New York); Radiation Biophysics, 2nd Edition (Prentice-Hall Inc., N. J.; 1974).
380. K. Z. Morgan, T. E. Turner; Principles of Radiation Protection: A Textbook of Health Physics (John Wiley & Sons, Inc., N. Y.; 1967).
381. Ozone Chemistry and Technology; Proceedings of the International Ozone Conference, Chicago, November 1956 (Report Publ. 1959); Advances in Chemistry (ACS) Series # 21:
* E. Briner (University of Geneva, Switzerland); "Photochemical Production of O3"; pp. 1-6, {-}
* Edward C. Y. Inn, Yoshio Tanaka; "Ozone Absorption Coefficients in the Visible & UV Regions"; pp. 263-268, {-}
* Ralph Stair; "Measurement of O3 in terms of its Optical Absorption"; pp. 269-285. {-}
382. Andrew G. Haley (*pioneer space lawyer, deceased); Space Law and Government (Appleton - Century - Crofts, N. Y.; 1963).
383. Ivan A. Vlasic; Explorations in Aerospace Law (Selected Essays by John Cobb Cooper 1946-1966); (Montreal, McGill University Press; 1968).
384. Yearbook of Air and Space Law (1966) (McGill Univ. Press, Montreal; 1968).
385. Yearbook of Air and Space Law (1965) (McGill Univ. Press, Montreal; 1967).
386. Julian G. Verplaetse (Madrid; has S. J. D. from Harvard); International Law in Vertical Space; (Exclusive distribution for North America, by Fred. B. Rothman & Co., N. J.; 1960).
387. Myres S. McDougal; "Prospects for a Regime in Outer Space". Published in Law and Politics in Outer Space, Maxwell Cohen, ed. Proceedings of the 1st McGill Conference on the Law Outer Space, April 12-13, 1963.
388. S. Houston Lay, Howard J. Taubenfeld; The Law Relating to Activities of Man in Space, an American Bar Foundation study; (University of Chicago Press, Chicago; 1970).
389. Donald K. Stern (*an anthropologist of University of Washington, Seattle); "First Contact with Nonhuman Cultures"; Mercury 4 (Sept. /October 1975):14-17.
390. Harold Elford Jones, John Robert Cunningham; The Physics of Radiology; (Charles C. Thomas, publisher, Springfield, Illinois; 1971). 3rd Edition.
391. M. L. Wolbarsht, ed.; Laser Applications in Medicine and Biology; Vol. 1 (Plenum Press, N. Y.; 1971).
392. "The First Laser Weapon"; Newsweek 84 (September 30, 1974): 51
393. "Defense: Flying Belts, Swimming Tanks, Giant Muscles and Fast Foils", Time 88 (July 15, 1966): 21.
394. "Now, the Death Ray " Time 100 (September 4, 1972): 46
395. 395 "Next U. S. Super weapon - The Pentagon's "Light Ray", U. S. News & World Report 71 (October 18, 1971):85-87.
396. "'Light Ray'-Fantastic Weapon of the Future?" U. S. News & World Report 52 (April 2, 1962):47-50.
397. Forest M. Mims; "A Super Energy Laser is On the Way", Science Digest 72 (August 1972):24-29.
398. Matthew S. Meselson; "Chemical and Biological Weapons", Scientific American 222 (May, 1970):15-25.
399. Gerard de Vaucouleurs (Dept. of Astronomy, University of Texas, Austin); personal communication, 6/28/75.
400. Bonnie Dalzell; interview on 7/26/75, at Berkeley, California.
401. Michael Kurland (*s/f writer); personal communication, 11/11/75.
402. Dr. Howard J. Taubenfeld (*space lawyer); personal communication, 11/13/75.
403. Stephen Gorove (Chairman. of the Grad. Program at Univ. of Miss. Law Center); personal communication, 11/20/75.
404. Oliver J. Lissitzyn (*space lawyer); personal communication, 11/21/75.
405. Mortimer Schwartz (*space lawyer); personal communication, 12/4/75.
406. E. E. "Doc" Smith; First Lensman, orig. copyright 1950; (Pyramid Books, N. Y.; 1974). (S/F)
407. "Computer Love"; Science Digest 78 (July, 1975): 14.
408. "The Dog Pill"; Science Digest 78 (July, 1975): 17.
409. "Chastity Belts for Snakes"; Science Digest 78 (July, 1975): 18-19.
410. William Stuckey; "Return to Los Alamos"; Science Digest 78 (July, 1975):28-35.
411. "Bright Star"; Science Digest 78 (September 1975): 10
412. "Deaf Hear Computer"; Science Digest 78 (September 1975): 16
413. "Trees know When to Spring Back"; Science Digest 78 (October 1975): 23
414. Bob Allison; "Doomsday"; Science Digest 78 (October 1975): 59-65.
415. William Stuckey; "Report from Scripps"; Science Digest 78 (November 1975):70-76.
416. Marvin Grosswirth; "Vision Theory: New Hope for Kids with Learning Problems"; Science Digest 78 (December 1975):42-47.
417. "The Next World War - What Happens to Neutral Countries?" Science Digest 79 (January 1976):8-9.
418. "'We Hear You Loud and Clear'"; Science Digest 79 (January 1976): 11
419. "New Microscope Technique"; Science Digest 79 (January 1976): 18
420. "Physics in Everyday Life"; Science Digest 79 (January 1976):75-79.
421. Ruben Arthur Stirton (Prof. of Paleontology, U. C. Berkeley); Time, Life, and Man: The Fossil Record (John Wiley and Sons, Inc., London; 1959).
422. "Whales - The Monster of the Deep"; a production of the New York Zoological Society, narrated by Orson Welles; CBS/TV, on 11/14/75.
423. "Saudi Arabia the New Superpowers"; KTVU-TV, Channel 2, San Francisco; 11/26/75.
424. Kenneth L. Franklin; Space Age Astronomy, Astronomy Highlights, publ. for The American Museum - Hayden Planetarium (Natural History Press, N. Y.; 1964).
425. Myres S. McDougal (Sterling Prof. of Law, Emeritus, Yale Law School); Personal communication, 12/22/75.
426. D. C. Caldwell; "Detect Infrasonic Waves", Science News Letter 78 (November 5, 1960): 293
427. George M. Woodwell; "The Ecological Effects of Radiation"; Scientific American 208 (June, 1963):40-49.
428. George E. Henry; "Ultrasonics"; Scientific American 190 (May, 1954):54-63.
429. Miltos Toscas (Photos ©); "The Danger of Sounds We Cannot Hear"; UNESCO Courier 20 (July, 1967):28-29.
430. Dr. Hans Jenny; "Cymatics -- The Sculpture of Vibration"; UNESCO Courier 22 (December 1969):4-12.
431. Heather M. David; "Infrasound Tests Human Tolerance"; Missiles and Rockets 17 (Oct. 11, 1965): 31, 33.
432. "Silent Sound"; Newsweek 76 (July 27, 1970):62-63.
433. Pythagoras Cutchis; "Stratospheric Ozone Depletion and Solar Ultraviolet Radiation on Earth"; Science 184 (April 5, 1974):13-19.
434. William L. Donn, et al.; "Infrasound at Long Range from Saturn V, 1967"; Science 162 (Dec. 6, 1968):1116-1120.
435. Andrew V. Haepp, Cameron Knox; "Perception of Ultrasound"; Science 139 (Feb. 15, 1963):590-592.
436. Robert R. Young, Elwood Henneman; "Functional Effects of Focused Ultrasound on Mammalian Nerves"; Science 134 (Nov. 10, 1961):1521-1522.
437. W. J. Fry, et al.; "Ultrasonic Lesions in the Mammalian Central Nervous System"; Science 122 (Sept. 15, 1955):517-518.
438. Karl von Frisch (*Nobel Laureate and pioneer ethologist); Animal Architecture; (Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, N. Y.; 1974). Translated by Lisbeth Gombrich.
439. George Gaylord Simpson; The Meaning of Evolution; (Yale University Press, New Haven; 1949, 10th printing 1963).
440. George Gaylord Simpson; The Major Features of Evolution; (Simon and Schuster, N. Y.; 1953).
441. "U. S., Russians in Race to Develop 'Death Ray'"; UPI Release, London, San Jose Mercury, 12/24/75, p 1.
442. John Brunner; Total Eclipse; (Daw Books, Inc., N. Y.; 1974). (S/F)
443. Edward O. Dobson (Prof. of Biology, University of Ottawa); Evolution: Process and Product; (Reinhold Publishing Corporation; 1960).
444. Alfred M. Elliott (Univ. of Michigan); Zoology; (Appleton-Century-Crofts, N. Y.; 1968).
445. B. P. Konstantinov, V. D. Pekelis, Eds.; Inhabited Space, Part One. NASA Technical Translation TT F-819, February 1975 From: "Naselennyy Kosmos", Moscow, "Nauka" Press, 1972 (for Table of Contents, see Gen. Ref). (N 75-17111).
446. Erwin Meyer, Ernst-Georg Neumann; Physical and Applied Acoustics; (Academic Press, N. Y.; 1972).
447. Vernon M. Albers; The World of Sound; (A. S. Barnes & Co., N. Y.; 1970).
448. Graham Chedd; Sound - From Communication to Noise Pollution; Doubleday Science Series (Doubleday & Company, Inc., N. Y.; 1970).
449. Bernhard Rensch (*Prof. of Zoology, Univ. of Munster); Evolution Above the Species Level; (Columbia University Press, N. Y.; 1960).
450. Bernhard Grzimek (*Director of the Famous Frankfurt Zoo, conservationist (wildlife writer); Four-Legged Australians; (Hill and Wang, N. Y.; 1967). Translated by J. Maxwell Brownjohn from the German, 1966 edition.
451. Larry Niven; World of Ptauus; (Ballantine Books, N. Y.; 1966). (S/F)
452. Irenäus Eibl-Eibesfeldt (Head of the research unit on Human Ethology at the Max Planck Institute near Munich; Austrian-born); Love and Hate: The Natural History of Behavior Patterns; (Holt, Rinehart & Winston, N. Y.; 1972). Translated by Geoffrey Strachan from the original German, 1970, edition.
453. George C. Williams (Prof. of Biological Sciences in the Department of Ecology and Evolution at the State University of New York at Stony Brook; writer (evolution); Sex and Evolution; (Princeton University Press, Princeton, New Jersey; 1975) Monographs in Population Biology Series, No. 8
454. Lucien Gérardin (* Chief Engineer at the Thomsen – Houston Company in Paris); Bionics; (McGraw -Hill Book Company, N. Y.; 1968). World University Library. Translated from the French by Pat Priban.
455. Konrad Lorenz (*Ethologist & writer, the 'father of modern ethology’ & Nobelist); On Aggression; (Harcourt, Brace & World, Inc., N. Y.; 1966). Translated from the original Austrian, 1963 volume, by Marjorie Kerr Wilson.
456. Rex Ray; "Army Developing Fog-Piercing Millimeter - Wave Imaging Unit"; Missiles and Rockets 18 (April 25, 1966):34-37.
457. H. C. Dudley (*Prof. of Radiation Physics, Univ. of Ill. Medical Center, Chicago); "The Ultimate Catastrophe"; Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists 31 (Nov. 1975):21-24.
458. H. R. Whitaker; "Don't Bet on Weather Modification Yet"; Science Digest 72 (Sept. 1972):70-75.
459. Martin A. Uman; "What is Ball Lighting?"; Science Digest 70 (Oct. 1971):21-25, 89.
460. Arthur J. Snider; "Eye transplants-What's Stopping Them?"; Science Digest 70 (Oct. 1971):70-71.
461. "The Automated Battlefield"; N. Y. Times Magazine, Feb. 23, 1975; p. 12+
462. "Soviets in U. N. Decry Weather Warfare"; Science News 106 (Nov. 2, 1974): 280.
463. John Arehart-Treichel; "Electromagnetic Pollution: Is It Hurting Our Health?" Science News 105 (June 39, 1974):418-419.
464. Kendrick Frazier; "The Search for a Way to Suppress Hail"; Science News 99 (March 20, 1971):200-202.
465. John Ludwigson; "Tailored Weather"; Science News 91 (May 6, 1967):432-3.
466. "Ball Lightning"; Science News 91 (April 8, 1967): 324.
467. P. G. Shewmon; "Radiation-Induced Swelling of Stainless Steel"; Science 173 (Sept. 10, 1971):987-991.
468. K. D. Terry, W. H. Tucker; "Biologic Effects of Supernovae"; Science 159 (Jan. 26, 1968):421-423.
469. Howard Laster; "Cosmic Rays from Nearby Supernovae: Biological Effects"; Science 160 (June 7, 1968):1138-1139.
470. Frederick B. Mohr; "A Truly Remarkable Fly"; Science 151 (Feb. 11, 1966): 634, 636.
471. Deborah Shapley; "Weather Warfare: Pentagon Concedes 7-Year Vietnam Effort"; Science 184 (June 7, 1974):1059-1061.
472. "Weather and Climate Modification: Progress and Problems"; Science 181 (Aug. 7, 1973): 644.
473. P. J. McNulty. et al.; "Visual Sensations Induced by Relativistic Nitrogen Nuclei"; Science 178 (Oct. 13, 1972):160-161.
474. Philip Street (*Zoology writer); Animal Weapons; (MacGibbon & Kee, London; 1971).
475. John H. Douglas; "Russian Progress on the Nuclear Laser"; Science News 105 (Jan. 5, 1974):8-9.
476. Ronald A. R. Tricker; "Water Waves"; Britannica III (1974); 654-660.
477. "A Look Ahead: 50, 001, 974 A. D. "; (University of Chicago release) Science News 105 (March 16, 1974): 175.
478. Freeman J Dyson; "Interstellar Transport"; Physics Today 21 (Oct. 1968):41-45.
479. Heather M. David; "UAC Cyborg Study in Second Phase"; Missiles & Rockets 12 (May 13, 1963): 41, 43.
480. "You Had Better Be Kind to THIS Four-legged Friend"; Life 66 (May 2, 1969):34-5, 38.
481. "Debut of a Metal Giant"; Time 93 (April 11, 1969):51-2.
482. "A New Puzzle in Physics: The 'cosmion'"; Science News 107 (Jan. 11, 1975): 20.
483. Bruce H. Frisch; "Brains without Bodies"; Science Digest 58 (Nov. 1965):10-14.
484. Robert J, Trotter; "A Shocking Story"; Science News 105 (April 13, 1974):245-6.
485. "Memory: Nerve Firing Patterns"; Science News 107 (Feb. 8, 1975): 83.
486. Dietrick E. Thomsen; "Building Exotic Atoms"; Science News 98 (Nov. 14, 1970):385-386.
487. "Three-body Success"; Science News 97 (Feb. 28, 1970): 218-219.
488. "Anti-world May Exist"; Science News 87 (June 26, 1965): 402.
489. "Electrical Stimulation Theory in Humans"; Science News 101 (April 22, 1972): 263.
490. "Brain Prosthesis for a Paralysed Limb"; Science News 101 (Feb. 5, 1972): 86.
491. Arthur L. Robinson; "The Long and Short of Lasers (II): The Vacuum Ultraviolet"; Science 184 (June 14, 1974):1165-1167.
492. Gerald L. Wick; "Exotic Atoms: Elementary Particles Go into Orbit"; Science 172 (April 2, 1971): 46.
493. "The Biology of Violence: Focus on the Brain"; Science News 100 (Dec. 18, 1971):403-404.
494. Richard J. Bandler, Jr., John P. Flynn; "Neural Pathways from Thalamus Associated with Regulation of Aggressive Behavior"; Science 183 (Jan. 11, 1974):96-98.
495. Donald J. Reis et al.; "Predatory Attack, Grooming, and Consummatory Behaviors Evoked by Electrical Stimulation of Cat Cerebellar Nuclei"; Science 182 (Nov. 23, 1973):845-847.
496. Gordon G. Ball; "Vagotomy: Effect on Electrically Elicited Eating and Self-Stimulation in the Lateral Hypothalamus"; Science 184 (April 26, 1974):484-485.
497. George M. Woodwell; "Effects of Ionizing Radiation on Terrestrial Ecosystems"; Science 138 (Nov. 2, 1962):572-577.
498. M. A. Ruderman; "Possible Consequences of Nearby Supernova Explosions on Atmospheric Ozone and Terrestrial Life"; Science 184 (June 7, 1974):1079-1081.
499. Richard S. Kestenbaum et al.; "Behavioral Measurement of Neural Poststimulation Excitability Cycle: Pain Cells in the Brain of the Rat"; Science 167 (Jan. 23, 1970):393-396.
500. W. A. Chupka, J. P. Schiffer, C. M. Stevens; "Experimental Search for Stable, Fractionally Charged Particles"; Physical Review Letters 17 (July 4, 1966):60-65.
501. Donald Kennedy; "Small Systems of Nerve Cells"; Scientific American 216 (May, 1967): 44+
502. Michael S. Gazzaniga; "The Split Brain in Man"; Scientific American 217 (Aug. 1967):24-29.
503. A. R. Luria; "The Functional Organization of the Brain"; Scientific American 222 (March 1970):66-78.
504. Eugenie Lisitzin; Sea-Level Changes; Elsevier Oceanography Series #8 (Elsevier Scientific Publishing Co., N. Y.; 1974).
505. "Nuclear Theory of Ball Lightning"; Chemistry 44 (Feb. 1971):25-26.
506. G. C. Baldwin, R. V. Khokhlov; "Prospects for a Gamma-Ray Laser"; Physics Today 28 (Feb. 1975):32-39.
507. George Chapline, Lowell Wood; "X-ray Lasers"; Physics Today 28 (June, 1975):40-48.
508. Arthur L. Schawlaw; "Advances in Optical Masers"; Scientific American 209 (July, 1963):34-45.
509. George C. Pimentel; "Chemical Lasers"; Scientific American 214 (April, 1966):32-9.
510. Arthur L. Schawlaw; "Laser Light"; Scientific American 219 (Sept. 1968):120-136.
511. Arthur L. Robinson; "The Long and Short of Lasers (I): The Far Infrared"; Science 184 (June 7, 1974):1062-1064.
512. "GE Developing Man-Amplifying Equipment for ARPA, Army"; Technology Week 19 (Sept. 5, 1966): 30.
513. "A Shock for Paddy"; Newsweek 76 (Sept. 28, 1970): 88.
514. "For-Footed Friend"; Newsweek 73 (April 14, 1969): 80.
515. "Probing the Brain"; Newsweek 77 (June 21, 1971):60-67.
516. "The Electric Brain"; Newsweek 79 (Feb. 21, 1972): 75.
517. Britannica 1974, p. 714; "Atomic and Molecular Beams"
518. R. J. Tayler (University of Sussex); The Stars: Their Structure and Evolution; (Springer-Verlag, N. Y.; 1970).
519. John S. Glasby; Variable Stars; (Harvard University Press, Cambridge, Massachusetts; 1969).
520. Gloria B. Lubkin; "Fluorocarbons and the Stratosphere"; Physics Today 28 (Oct. 1975):34-39.
521. Stanley L. Miller (Univ. of Calif., San Diego), Leslie E. Orgel (Salk Institute, La Jolla, Calif.); The Origins of Life on the Earth; (Prentice-Hall, Inc., New Jersey; 1974).
522. Edward J. Murray; Motivation and Emotion; (Prentice-Hall, 2904) inc., New Jersey; 1964). Foundations in Modern Psychology series. {same as #2904, *}
523. "Laser Fusion: An Energy Option, but Weapon Simulation is First", Science 188 (April 4, 1975):30-34.
524. Thomas F. Darge; "Supersonic Boom-A New Weapon"; Science Digest 38 (October 1955):72-75.
525. Martin Mann; "Doomsday Bomb: Man's Last Big Blast"; Popular Science 181 (September 1962):111-113, 214-215.
526. L. George Lawrence; "Electronics and Brain Control"; Popular Electronics 4 (July, 1973):65-69.
527. Philip j. Klass; "Advanced Weaponry Research Intensifies"; Aviation Week & Space Technology 103 (Aug. 18, 1975):34-39.
528. "The Ball Lighting Controversy", Chemistry 44 (June, 1971): 22-23.
529. P. J. McNulty et al.; "Visual Sensations Induced by Cerenkov Radiation", Science 189 (Aug. 8, 1975):453-454.
530. Daniel H. Harris (Astronomy Consultant, APRO); personal communication, 1/7/76.
531. James L. McGaugh, Norman M. Weinberger, Richard E. Whalen (Univ. of California, Irvine), eds.; Psychobiology: The Biological Bases of Behavior; ( W. H. Freeman & Company, San Francisco; 1967 ) +
532. S. L. Washburn, Irven Devore (Prof. & Assist. Prof. of Anthropology, Univ. Calif.); "The Social Life of Baboons"; Scientific American 204 (June, 1961). {+}
533. Konrad Z. Lorenz; "The Evolution of Behavior"; Scientific American 199 (December 1958). {+}
534. Erich von Holst, Ursula von St. Paul (Director staff member, Max Planck Inst. for the Physiology of Behavior); "Electrically Controlled Behavior"; Scientific American 206 (March, 1962). {+}
535. A. M. Guhl (Zool. Prof., Kansas State College); "The Social Order of Chickens"; Scientific American 194 (February 1956). {+}
536. M. E. Bitterman (Prof. Psychology Bryn Mawr College); "The Evolution of Intelligence"; Scientific American 212 (January 1965). {+}
537. B. Rensch (Prof. Zoology & Zool. Instit. of the Univ. of Münster, Germany); "The Intelligence of Elephants", Scientific American 196 (February 1957). {+}
538. Robert A. Butler (Research Psychologist, Audiology & Speech); "Curiosity in Monkeys", Scientific American 190 (February 1954). {+}
539. James Olds; "Pleasure Centers in Brain"; Scientific American 195 (October 1956). {+}
540. Daniel H. Funkenstein (*Harvard Med. School psychiatrist); "The Physiology of Fear and Anger"; Scientific American 192 (May 1955). {+}
541. Georg von Békésy (*1961 Nobelist in Medicine); "The Ear"; Scientific American 197 (Aug. 1957). {+}
542. Mark R. Rosenzweig (Prof. of Psychology, Univ Calif.); "Auditory localization"; Scientific American 205 (October 1961). {+}
543. Ronald Melzack (Assist. Prof. of Psychology, MIT); "The Perception of Pain"; Scientific American 204 (February 1961). {+}
544. Robert L. Fantz (Assist. Prof. Psych., Case Western); "The Origin of Form Perception"; Scientific American 204 (May, 1961). {+}
545. Frank Barron (UCB) et al.; "The Hallucinogenic Drugs"; Scientific American 210 (April 1964). {+}
546. Willey Ley; For Your Information; (Doubleday & Co., Inc., N. Y.; 1967).
547. D. S. Halacy, Jr. (*free-lance science writer); The Weather Changers; (Harper & Row, Publishers, N. Y.; 1968).
548. Larry Niven; Tales of Known Space; (Ballantine Books, N. Y.; 1975 (S/F)
549. Martin A. Uman (Westinghouse Research Laboratories, Pittsburgh); Understanding Lightning; (Bek Technical Publications, Inc., Carnegie, Pennsylvania; 1971).
550. Arthur C. Clarke; The Coming of the Space Age; (Meredith Press, N. Y.; 1967) +{+}
551. Hermann Muller (* Nobel Laureate, genetic radiation effects); "Life Forms to be Expected on Other Worlds"; - an address given before The National Assoc. of Biology Teachers [of Secondary Schools] at its Annual Convention of 1959, on Dec. 29. : publ. in The American Biology Teacher 23 (1961):331-346. {+}
552. Percival Lowell; "Mars as the Abode of Life", in Mars; (Longmans, Green, N. Y.; 1896). {+}
553. James Edson; "Tuning in Other Worlds"; New York Times Magazine (March 13, 1960). {+}
554. Carl Sagan; "Direct Contact Among Galactic Civilizations by Relativistic Interstellar Spaceflight"; Planetary and Space Science 11 (1963): 485-498. {+}
555. S. Golomb; "Extraterrestrial linguistics"; Astronautics (May, 1961). {+}
556. W. Olaf Stapledon; "Interplanetary Man?"; Journal of the British Interplanetary Society 7 (November 1948):213-232. {+}
557. David Foulkes (Prof. of Psychology, Univ. of Wyoming at Laramie); "Sleep"; Encycl. Britannica III (1974), Vol. 16, pp. 876-883.
558. Robert S Richardson; "The Space Technology of a Track Meet"; Analog 75 (April, 1965):83-98. {+}
559. Neil P. Ruzic (Editor & Publisher of Industrial Research mag.); Where the Winds Sleep; (Doubleday & Company, Inc., N. Y.; 1970).
560. Carl Q. Christol (Prof. of International Law and Political Science, University of Southern Calif.); personal correspondence, 1/15/76.
561. Robert Salkeld (Aerospace Consultant, Air Force); War and Space; (Prentice-Hall, Inc., New Jersey; 1970).
562. John Weldon, Zola Levitt; UFOs: What on Earth is Happening?; (Harvest House Publishers, Irvine, Calif.; 1975).
563. Dandridge M. Cole (Space Program Analyst for General Electric, deceased), and Donald W. Cox (science writer /lecturer); Islands in Space: The Challenge of the Planetoids; (Chilton Books, N. Y. 1964).
564. Charles Ischir Defontenay; Star ou Psi de Cassiopée: Histoire Merveilleuse de l'un des Mondes de l'Espace (Star, Psi Cassiopeia); (Ledoyen (Publisher), Paris, France; 1854). Reprinted in 1975 by Daw Books, Inc., N. Y. (S/F)
565. Edward O. Wilson (Prof. of Zoology and Curator in Entomology at the Museum of comparative Zoology, Harvard University); Sociobiology: The New Synthesis; (The Belknap Press, of Harvard University Press, Cambridge, Massachusetts; 1975).
566. Gerald Oster; "Phosphenes"; Scientific American 222 (February 1970):82-87.
567. "Do Electric Fields Affect Behavior?" Psychology Today 7 (March, 1974):88-89.
568. E. H. Frei; "Medical Applications of Magnetism: A New Look at an Archaic Tool"; Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists 28 (Oct. 1972): 34-40.
569. "Chronic Exposure to Low Magnetism Considered Harmful"; Technology Week 18 (June 27, 1966): 38.
570. Louise B. Young, H. Peyton Young; "Pollution by Electrical Transmission"; Science and Public Affairs 30 (Dec. 1974):34-38.
571. J. David Singer (Dept. of Political Science, Univ. of Michigan), Melvin Small (Dept. of History, Wayne State Univ.); The Wages of War 1816-1965: A Statistical Handbook; (John Wiley & Sons, Inc., N. Y.; 1972). Preliminary report of the Correlates of War Project.
572. Payson S. Wild, Jr.; "War"; World Book Encyclopedia 20 (1969):20-22.
573. Roy L. Prosterman; Surviving to 3000: An Introduction to the Study of Lethal Conflict; (Duxbury Press, Wadsworth Publishing Company, California; 1972).
574. "Shark's Electric Sensory Detectors"; Science News 103 (1973): 370.
575. Dorrit Hoffleit, compiler; Catalogue of Bright Stars; Yale University Observatory. Containing data compiled through 1962. Third Edition. (H. M. Smyth Co., Inc., New Haven, Connecticut; 1964). From the Berkeley Bright Star Sifter computer program. Output courtesy of Dr. Frank Valdes, Department of Astronomy, Univ. of Cal., Berkley.
576. Beatrice Tinsley; "What Stars Become Supernovae?" Publications of the Astronomical Society of the Pacific 87 (December 1975):837-848.
577. Anthony Storr; Human Aggression; (Athenaeum Publishers, N. Y.; 1968). pp. 91-99; (in #573, p. 73).
578. John G. Kemeny (mathematician, philosopher, & president of Dartmouth College); Man and the Computer; (Charles Scribner's, N. Y.; 1972). From a series of lectures, delivered at the American Museum of Natural History (Fall, 1971), entitled "Man & Nature Lectures".
579. Fred Hapgood; "The Fertilizer Threat"; Science Digest 79 (February 1976):34-41.
580. James Oberg; "Meteor Attack"; Science Digest 79 (February 1976):46-58.
581. Robert Silverberg, ed.; Mutants; (Thomas Nelson Inc., Publishers, N. Y.; 1974). (S/F)
582. Ira G. Wilson, Marthann E. Wilson; What Computers Cannot Do; (Auerbach Publishers Inc., A Vertex Book, N. Y.; 1970).
583. Dr. J Rose (Director-General of the World Organization of General Systems and Cybernetics, and Director of the U. K. Institution of Environmental Sciences); The Cybernetic Revolution; (Harper & Row Publishers, Inc., N. Y.; 1974).
584. Douglas Faulkner; "The Chambered Nautilus"; National Geographic 149 (Jan. 1976):38-41.
585. Quincy Wright (leading authority in fields of int'l law & relations, taught all over the world, deceased 10/70); A Study of War; 2nd Edition (Univ. of Chicago Press, Chicago; 1965). Final report of a 11-year research project on war.
586. Robert F. Sisson; "Adrift on a Raft of Sargassum"; National Geographic 149 (Feb. 1976):188-189.
587. Kaj Birket-Smith; The Myths of Culture; (University of Wisconsin Press; 1965). Translated from the Danish.
588. Leslie A. White (Prof. Anthropology at the Univ. of Michigan); The Evolution of Culture; (McGraw-Hill Book Co., Inc.; 1959).
589. Leslie A. White; "The concept of Evolution in Cultural Anthropology"; in Evolution and Anthropology: A Centennial Appraisal; (The Anthropological Society of Washington, Washington D. C.; 1959).
590. Elman R. Service (Prof., Univ. of California at Santa Barbara); Cultural Evolutionism; (Holt, Rhinehart and Winston, Inc.; 1971).
591. Alan Lomax (Director, Cantometrics and Choreometrics Project, Dept. of Anthropology and Bureau of Applied Social Research Columbia Univ.), with Norman Berkowitz; "The Evolutionary Taxonomy of Culture", Science 177 (1969):228-239.
592. Alan Lomax; "Analysis of Anthropological Data"; letter to Science 180 (1971): 908.
593. Paul Bohannan (Prof. of Anthropology, Northwestern Univ.); "Our Two-Story Culture"; Saturday Review (Sept. 2, 1972):40-1.
594. Kenneth E. Boulding (economist at the Institute of Behavioral Sciences, Univ. of Colorado, Boulder, Colorado); "What Went Wrong, If Anything, Since Copernicus?" Science and Public Affairs 30 (January 1974): 17-23.
595. Frederick J. Hooven (consultant to the "Condon Report" UFO project) ("UFO's and the Evidence"); Saturday Review 52 (March 29, 1969): 16-17, 62. {-}
596. Brinsley Le Poer Trench; Mysterious Visitors: The UFO Story; (Stein & Day Publishers, 1971).
597. J. Allen Hynek; The UFO Experience: A Scientific Inquiry; (Henry Regnery Co., Chicago, Illinois; 1972).
598. "The Planets"; NOVA (PBS-TV; 1/29/76).
599. E. Walter Maunder (Superintendent of the Solar Dept., Royal Observatory, Greenwich); Are the Planets Inhabited?; (Harper & Brothers, N. Y.; 1913).
600. Roger A. MacGowen (Computation Center, Army Missile Command, Huntsville, Alabama, USA), Frederick I. Ordway, III (General Astronautics Research Corporation, London Corporation, London, England); Intelligence in the Universe; (Prentice - Hall, Inc., Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey; 1966).
601. Kenneth W. Gatland, Derek D. Dempster; The Inhabited Universe; (David McKay Company, Inc., N. Y; 1958).
602. Christian Huygens; The Celestial Worlds Discover'd; (Printed for Timothy Childe at the White Hart at the West-end of St. Paul's Church yard, London; 1698) New impression of the first English edition: Frank Cass and Company Limited, London; 1968.
603. Frederick I. Ordway, III; Life in Other Solar Systems; (E. P. Dutton & Co., Inc.; 1965).
604. Evert Schildt, Jr. (Head of Operations Research, Swedish Research Institute of National Defense, Stockholm); Nuclear Explosion Casualties; (Charles C. Thomas, Springfield, Illinois; 1967).
605. Mayo Mohs, ed.; Other Worlds, Other Gods; (Avon Books, The Hearst Corporation, N. Y.; 1971). (S/F)
606. Willy Ley; Exotic Zoology; (The Viking Press, N. Y.; 1959). Illustrated by Olga Ley.
607. Larry Niven; Neutron Star; (Ballantine Books, N. Y.; 1968). Stories: "Neutron Star", Worlds of If (October 1966) pp. 9-28; "A Relic of the Empire", Worlds of If (December 1966) pp. 29-50; "At the Core", Worlds of If (November 1966) pp. 51-72; "The Soft Weapon", Worlds of If (February 1967) pp. 73-128; "Flatlander", Worlds of If (Mar., 1967) pp. 129-172; "The Ethics of Madness", Worlds of If (April 1967) pp. 173-208; "The Handicapped", Galaxy (December 1967); and "Grendel", pp. 237-285. (S/F)
608. Isaac Asimov; The Huge Winners, Vol. I & II; (Double, Inc., N. Y.; 1971). (S/F)
609. Arthur C. Clarke; The Promise of Space; (Pyramid Books, N. Y.; 1968).
610. P. D. Zimmerman; "Energy Content of Covington's Lightning Ball"; Nature 228 (Nov. 28, 1970): 853.
611. A. Wittman; "In Support of Physical Explanation of Ball Lightning"; Nature 232 (Aug. 27, 1971): 625.
612. (Comment); "Damages Contingent Upon Chance"; Rutgers Law Review 18 (Spring, 1964):875-894.
613. Henry K. Beecher; "Ethical Problems Created by the Hopelessly Unconscious Patient"; New England Journal of Medicine 278 (1968): 1425-1427.
614. Henry K. Beecher (Chairman, Ad Hoc Committee of the Harvard Medical School), M. D.; "A Definition of Irreversible Coma"; Journal of the American Medical Association 205 (1968):337-339 (The committee, all members of the faculty at Harvard University, included 10 physicians, 1 theologian, 1 historian, and 1 lawyer).
615. Magoroh Maruyama, Arthur Harkins, eds; Cultures Beyond the Earth; The Role of Anthropology in Outer Space; (Vintage Books, Random House, N. Y.; 1975). {*}
616. N. Henry Black; College Physics; (The MacMillan Co., N. Y.; 1941).
617. Erich Hausmann, Edgar P. Slack; Physics; (D. van Nostrand Co., Inc., N. Y.; 1945).
618. Francis Leukel (Prof. of Psych., San Diego State College); Physiological Psychology; (The C. V. Mosby Company, Saint Louis; 1972).
619. Gerhard Herzberg (National Research Council of Canada); Spectra of Diatomic Molecules; (D. van Nostrand Company, Inc., N. Y.; 1955).
620. Gerhard Herzberg; Molecular Spectra and Molecular Structure; (D. van Nostrand Company, Inc., N. Y.; 1966).
621. Interview with Art Coef (President of Trans-time); Ed Bush Talk Show Tuesday, February 24, 1976, 8-9 P. M.
622. F. G. Pierce, M. D. (Kennedy Space Center, Florida); "Infrasound"; NASA - TM-X-69-74 (N73-17085); 1973.
623. William J. Fry (Biophysical Research Lab, College of Engineering, Univ. of Illinois, Urbana, Ill.); "Intense Ultrasound in Investigations of the Central Nervous System"; Advances in Biological and Medical Physics 6 (1958):281-348.
624. Harold H. Smith (Dept. of Biology, Brookhaven Natnl. Lab, Upton, N. Y.); "Time in Organic Evolution"; Advances in Biological and Medical Physics 15 (1974):79-110.
625. R. W. G. Haslett (Kelvin Hughes Division of S. Smith & Sons (England) Ltd.); "Physics Applied to Echo Sounding for Fish"; Ultrasonics 2 (Jan-March, 1964):11-22.
626. S. D. Howkins and A. Weinstock (ITT Research Institute, Chicago); "The Effect of Ultrasound on Human Blood"; Ultrasonics 8 (July 1970): 174-6.
627. J. J. Knight (Physicist, Institute of Laryngology and Otology, Univ of London, England); "Effects of Airborne Ultrasound on Man"; Ultrasonics 6 (Jan. 1968):39-41.
628. R. W. B. Stephens (Dept. of Physics, Imperial College of Science & Technology); "Infrasonics"; Ultrasonics 7 (Jan. 1969):30-35.
629. Otto H. Schmitt (Prof. Biophysics-Bioengin., Univ. Minnesota, Minneapolis); "Magnetic Perils?" Popular Science 208 (Mar., 1976): 6, 8.
630. Martin M. Freundlich, Bernard M. Wagner, eds.; Exobiology -- The Search for Extraterrestrial Life; AAS Science & Technology Series, Vol. 19; 1969. {*}
631. Dr. Richard E. Yinger; personal communication, 2/28/76.
632. Ivan T. Sanderson; Invisible Residents; (Avon Books, N. Y.; 1970).
633. Barbara Wesselman (Friends of the Earth), personal communication, 3/8/76.
634. Vernor Vinge; "Original Sin"; Analog 90 (Dec. 1972):40-67. (S/F)
635. Gene Fisher; "Stimulus-Reward Situation"; Analog 91 (August 1973):65-77. (S/F)
636. Saul Snatsky; "Time Cycle"; Analog 91 (June, 1973):93-105. (S/F)
637. A. C. Clarke; "The Light of Darkness"; Playboy 13 (June, 1966): 113, 174-6. (S/F)
638. Basil Davenport; "Travels in Time"; The Saturday Review of Literature 23 (March 8, 1941):3-4.
639. A. C. Clarke; "The Tyranny of Time"; 4 (July, 1962):80-88.
640. Ann Ewing; "Time: One-Way Street"; Science News Letter 86 (Aug. 15, 1964): 99.
641. "Time Reversal Search"; Science News Letter 91 (May 13, 1967):448-449.
642. "Time-Reversed Shadows from Future Passed"; Science News 102 (November 18, 1972): 325.
643. Max Black; "An Ambitious Examination of the Physics and Metaphysics of the Concept of Time"; Scientific American 206 (April, 1962): 179-185 Book review of G. J. Whitrow; The Natural Philosophy of Time.
644. Martin Gardner; "Can Time Go Backward?" Scientific American 216 (January, 1967):98-108.
645. Roger G. Newton; "Particles That Travel Faster than Light"; Science 167 (March 20, 1970):1569-1574.
646. Dietrick E. Thomsen; "Particles Through the Looking Glass"; Science News 95 (Feb. 22, 1969):196-197.
647. "From Cosmic Rays: A Hint of Tachyons"; Science News 105 (March 16, 1974): 173.
648. Gerald Feinberg (Prof. of Physics, Columbia University); "Particles That Go Faster than Light"; Scientific American 222 (February 1970): 68-77.
649. R. C. Whitten et al.; "Possible Ozone Depletions Following Nuclear Explosions"; Nature 257 (Sept. 4, 1975):38-39.
650. J. R. Ullmann (Div. of Computer Science, UK); "The Credibility of Machine Intelligence"; Nature 257 (Oct. 16, 1975):547-549.
651. Gordon W. Pace, James C. G. Walker; "Time Markers in Interstellar Communication"; Nature 254 (April 3, 1975):400-401.
652. Yorick Wilks (AI Laboratory, Stanford University); "Do Machines Understand More than They Did?" Nature 252 (Non. 22, 1974):275-278.
653. John Gribbin; "Retarded Cores, Black Holes and Galaxy Formation"; Nature 252 (December 6, 1974):445-447.
654. Roger W. Clay, Philip C. Crouch; "Possible Observation of Tachyons Associated with Extensive Air Showers"; Nature 248 (March 1, 1974): 28-30.
655. D. R. Bates; "Difficulty of Interstellar Radio Communication"; Nature 248 (March 22, 1974):317-318.
656. Richard R. Vondrak; "Creation of an Artificial Lunar Atmosphere"; Nature 248 (April 19, 1974):657-659.
657. Terrence J. Sejnowski; "Sources of Gravity Waves"; Physics Today 27 (January, 1974):40-48. {-}
658. Joseph Weber; "The Detection of Gravitational Waves"; Scientific American 224 (May, 1971):22-29.
659. Interview with Jacques Vallée; Interaction (KCSM-TV) San Mateo, March 16, 1976.
660. "Music Can Be Used to Communicate 'Message'"; Science News Letter 64 (August 1, 1953): 73.
661. Barbara Ayres (Associate Prof. and Chairman, Department of Anthropology, University of Massachusetts, Boston); "Effects of Infant Carrying Practices on Rhythm in Music"; Ethos 1 (Winter, 1973):387-404.
662. David P. McAllester; "Some Thoughts on 'Universals' in World Music"; Ethnomusicology 15 (September, 1971):379-380.
663. George List; "On the Non-Universality of Musical Perspectives"; Ethnomusicology 15 (September, 1971):399-402.
664. Philip J. Chamberlain; "Pitch and Duration in Recognition of Music-Like Structures"; Perceptual and Motor Skills 38 (1974):419-428.
665. H. W. M. Lunney; "Time as Heard in Speech and Music"; Nature 249 (June 7, 1974): 592.
666. Keith Swanwick; "Musical Cognition and Aesthetic Response"; Bulletin of British Psychological Society 26 (1973):285-289.
667. Ronald G. Heyduk; "Rated Preference for Musical Compositions as it Relates to Complexity and Exposure Frequency"; Perception and Psychophysics 17 (1975):84-91.
668. Larry Niven, Jerry Pournelle; The Mote in God's Eye; (Simon and Schuster, N. Y.; 1974). (S/F)
669. Peter Crossley-Holland (Prof. of Music, UCLA); Britannica III 12 (1974):744-5; "Musical Rhythm"
670. Rick Gore; "Those Fiery Brazilian Becs"; National Geographic 149 (April, 1976):490-501.
671. Ivan T. Sanderson (zoologist (deceased) /writer); Uninvited Visitors; (Cowles Educational Corporation, N. Y.; 1967).
672. G. Harry Stine; "A Program for Star Flight"; Analog 92 (October, 1973):11-27.
673. Larry Niven; "Bigger Than Worlds"; Analog 93 (March, 1974): 65-79.
674. Isaac Asimov; "The Early Asimov"; (Doubleday & Company, Inc., N. Y.; 1972). (S/F)
675. "Inhumane and Indiscriminant"; Scientific American 234 (Jan. 1976): 61.
676. Hans A. Bethe; "The Necessity of Fission Power"; Scientific American 234 (Jan. 1976):21-31.
677. John Arehart - Treichel; "How Bacterial Toxins Can Do You In"; Science News 109 (Feb. 7, 1976):93-4.
678. United Nations Report; "Chemical and Bacteriological (Biological) Weapons and Their Possible Use"; 1970
679. Power Lines and Health Hazards"; Science News 108 (Dec. 6, 1975): 360.
680. "Radio Waves: No Genetic Mutations"; Science News 107 (May 24, 1975): 339.
681. Robert B. Leighton; Principles of Modern Physics; (McGraw-Hill Book Co., N. Y. 1959).
682. P. A. Silberg; "Ball Lightning and Plasmoids"; 67 (1962):4941-4942.
683. William Tuning, Ewing Edgar; "Jill the Giant-killer"; Analog 95 (March, 1975):12-67. (S/F)
684. D. J. Miller; "The Alaska Earthquake of July 10, 1958"; Bulletin Seism. Society of America 50 (1960):253-266.
685. Frank Valdes; personal communication, 3/13/76.
686. Larry Niven; "The Hole Man"; Analog 92 (Jan. 1974):93-105. (S/F)
687. Stanley Schmidt; "The Sins of the Fathers"; Analog 92 (Nov. 1973) (*published in book form, Berkley, 1976). (S/F)
688. Howard A. Wilcox; Hothouse Earth; (Praeger Publishers, Inc., N. Y.; 1975).
689. George S. Robinson (Associate General Council, Smithsonian Institution); "Metalaw - Prolegomena to Quantification of Jus Naturale"; George Washington Law Review 40 (1972):709-725.
690. Dr. Ernst Fasan; "The Meaning of the Term 'Mankind' in Space Legal Language"; Journal of Space Law 2 (1974):125-131.
691. George S. Robinson; "Earth Exposure to Extraterrestrial Trial Matter: NASA's Quarantine Regulations"; International Lawyer 5 (1971): 219-248.
692. Brenden F. Brown (Prof. Emeritus, Loyola University School of Law, New Orleans); "Treaties Concerning Celestial Exploration and the Concept of Natural Law"; Creighton Law Review 6 (1972-1973):179-191.
693. Andrew G. Haley; "Space Law and Metalaw-A Synoptic View"; Proceedings of the VII International Astronautical Congress, Associazione Italiana Razzi, Roma, 17-22 September 1956.
694. Walter H. Andrus, Jr., ed; A Scientific Assault on the UFO Enigma; Proceedings of the MUFON Symposium on UFO's, in Akron, Ohio; June 22, 1974. (Stanton T. Friedman; "Flying Saucers and Physics", pp. 96-131).
695. Philip J. Klass (Senior avionics editor for Aviation Week & Space Technology); UFOs Explained; (Random House, N. Y; 1974).
696. Robert W. Landin (Professor of Psychology, Indiana University); An Objective Psychology of Music; (The Ronald Press Co., N. Y.; 1967).
697. James L. Mursell (Teachers College, Columbia University); The Psychology of Music; (Greenwood Press, Publishers, Westport, Connecticut; 1971).
698. Terence McLaughlin; Music and Communication; (St. Martins Press, N. Y.; 1970).
699. Paul R. Farnsworth (Prof. of Psychology, Stanford University); The Social Psychology of Music; (The Dryden Press, N. Y.; 1958).
700. Carl E. Seashore (Prof. of Psychology, Dean Emeritus at Graduate School, State University of Iowa); In Search of Beauty in Music; (The Ronald Press Co., N. Y.; 1947).
701. G. Révész; Introduction to the Psychology of Music; (University of Oklahoma Press, Norman, Oklahoma; 1954). Translated from the German by G. I. C. de Courcy.
702. Walter Sullivan (Science Editor, New York Times); We Are Not Alone; (New American Library, Inc., N. Y.; 1966).
703. Brad Steiger; Mysteries of Time and Space; (Prentice-Hall, Inc., New Jersey; 1974).
704. Interview with J. Allen Hynek; Ed Busch Talk Show, KNBR, 3/25/76.
705. Introductory Space Science (1968); U. S. A. F. Academy (Physics 370), Chapter 33. Courtesy of R. Perry Collins, Group for UFO Analysis, - Research and Development. (#1. 00) [See discussion, ca. page 230 et, #1623, keyhole's book] {-}
706. Charles Galton Darwin; The Next Million Years; (Doubleday and Company, Inc.; N. Y.; 1953).
707. Ray Andrews Brown (Prof. of Law, University of Wisconsin, deceased); The Law of Personal Property; (Callaghan and Company, Chicago; 1955).
708. D. L. Hennessey; Twenty-Five Lessons in Citizenship; (Gillick Printing, Inc., Berkeley, California; 1974).
709. Dr. Joseph B. Schechtman; The Refugee in the World: Displacement and Integration; (A. S. Barnes and Company, Inc., N. Y.; 1963).
710. Emily Stewart Leavitt; Animals and Their Legal Rights; (Animal Welfare Institute, N. Y.; 1970).
711. Edward H. Greene; The Law and Your Dog; (A. S. Barnes and Company, Inc., N. Y.; 1969).
712. Peter Singer (Philosopher and writer); Animal Liberation: A New Ethics for Our Treatment of Animals; (A New York Review Book, Random House, Inc., N. Y.; 1975
713. Catheryn Seckler-Hudson; Federal Textbook on Citizenship; (United States Government Printing Office, Washington, D. C.; 1973). United States Department of Justice, Immigration and Naturalization Service.
714. Irving John Good, ed.; The Scientist Speculates; (Capricorn Books, N. Y.; 1965).
715. Christopher D. Stone (Prof. of Law, Univ. of Southern California); Should Trees Have Standing? Toward Legal Rights for Natural Objects; (William Kaufmann, Inc., Los Altos, Calif.; 1974).
716. Ruth A. Ross (Univ. of (al., S. B.), Barbara S. Stone (Cal. State Univ., Fullerton); California's Political Process; (Random House, N. Y.; 1973).
717. R. Perry Collins (Group for UFO Research); UFO Propulsion Systems; (private publication, New Haven, Connecticut; 1976).
718. Dr. Robert L. Forward (Senior Scientist, Hughes Research Laboratories); "A Program for Interstellar Exploration"; (Hughes Research Laboratories, Research Report 492A, Malibu, California; 1976) (also JBIS 29 (Oct. 1976):610-632).
719. J. Donceel, S. J.; "A Pangalactic Christ?" Continuum 6 (Spring, 1968):115-119.
720. Samuel Rosenberg; "UFOs in History"; Condon Report (Ref. #17): 481-502. {-}
721. Aldora Lee; "Public Attitudes Toward UFO Phenomena"; Condon Report (ref. #17):
722. John D. Jones (Dr. Senior Lecture in Zoology, University of Sheffield); Comparative Physiology of Respiration; (Edward Arnold, London; 1972).
723. P. J. Mill (Dr., Lecturer in Zoology, The University of Leeds); Respiration in the Invertebrates; (Macmillan, St, Martins' Press, N. Y.; 1972).
724. Johan B. Steen (Institute of Physiology, University of Oslo, Norway); Comparative Physiology of Respiratory Mechanisms; (Academic Press, London; 1971).
725. Harm J. de Blij (Prof. Dept. of Political Science, Michigan State University); Systematic Political Geography; (John Wiley & Sons, Inc., N. Y.; 1967).
726. G. Etzel Pearcy, N. Marbury Efimenco, eds.; World Political Geography; (Thomas Y. Crowell Company, N. Y.; 1959).
727. Sterge Demetriades, Carl Kretschmer; "The Use of Planetary Atmospheres for Propulsion"; Advances in the Astronautical Sciences, Vol. 2, pp. 46-1 -- 46-14, Proceedings of the 4th Annual Meeting of American Astronautical Society, Dec. 1957; (Plenum Press, Inc., N. Y.; 1958) Norman V. Petersen, Horace Jacobs, eds.
728. J. L. Archer (Senior Engineer, The Boeing Company, Huntsville, Alabama), A. J. O'Donnell (Specialist Engineer, The Boeing Co., Hunts, Ala.); "The Scientific Exploration of Near Stellar Systems; Advances in the Astronautical Sciences, Vol. 29, part II (AAS 71 -166): pp. 691-724. Proc. of American Astronautical Society, 17th Annual Meeting, June 28-30, 1971, Seattle, Washington; (Univelt, Inc., Tarzana, Calif. 1971), * The Outer Solar System; Juris Vagners, ed.
729. Roger A. MacGowan (Army Ordnance Missile Support Agency, Redstone Arsenal, Alabama); "On the Possibilities of the Existence of Extraterrestrial Intelligence"; Advances in Space Science and Technology Vol. 4, pp. 39-110; (Academic Press, N. Y.; 1962). Frederick I. Ordway, III, ed.
730. Norman H. Horowitz (CalTech, JPL) "The Biological Significance of the Search for Extraterrestrial Life"; Advances in the Astronautical Sciences Vol. 22, pp. 3-13. Proceedings of the 12th Annual Meeting of the American Astronautical Society, May 23-25, 1966, Anaheim, California; (Scholarly Publications, Inc., Sun Valley, Calif.; 1967) The Search for Extraterrestrial Life; James Stephan Hanrahan, ed.
731. R. Perry Collins, Group for UFO Analysis; personal communication, 5/10/76.
732. John W. Macvey; Journey to Alpha Centauri; (The Macmillan Company, N. Y.; 1965).
733. Robert Tocquet; Life on the Planets; (Grove Press, Inc., N. Y.; 1962). Translated from the French edition, La Vie Sur les Planètes, by Karl H. Niebyl.
734. H. P. Wolvekamp (Zoölogisch Laboratorium der Rijksuniversiteit de Leiden, Leiden, The Netherlands); "The Evolution of Oxygen Transport". In Robert Gwyn Macfarlane, A. H. T. Robb- Smith, eds.; Functions of the Blood; (Academic Press, N. Y.; 1961); Chapter I, pp. 1-72.
735. H. Lehman, R. G. Huntsman; "Why Are Red Cells the Shape They Are? The Evolution of the Human Red Cell"; Macfarlane et al. (#734); Chapter 2, pp 73-148.
736. Bonnie Dalzell; "Exotic Bestiary for Vicarious Space Voyagers"; Smithsonian 5 (October 1974):84-91.
737. Samuel Van Valkenburg, Carl L. Stotz (Clark University); Elements of Political Geography, 2nd Edition; (Prentice -Hall, Inc., N. J.; 1960).
738. Hadley Cantril (Social Psychologist, Princeton); The Invasion from Mars: A Study in Psychology of Panic; (Harper Torch books, The Academic Library, Harper & Row, Publishers, N. Y.; 1966).
739. Dr. T. M. Fraser (M. D.); Human Response to Sustained Acceleration; (Science and Technical Information Division, NASA, Washington. D. C.; 1966). (NASA SP-103).
740. Alan C. Kerckhoff, Kurt W. Back (Duke University); The June Bug: A Study of Hysterical Contagion; (Appleton - Century - Crofts, N. Y.; 1968).
741. Gordon W. Allport (Prof. of Psychology (deceased, 1967), Harvard University), Leo Postman (Instructor in Psychology, Harvard University); The Psychology of Rumor; (Henry Holt and Company, N. Y.; 1947).
742. James Bailey; Pilgrims Through Space and Time: Trends and Patterns in Scientific and Utopian Fiction; (Argus Books, Inc., N. Y.; 1947). Reprint edition, Greenwood Press, Publishers, Westport, Connecticut; 1972.
743. I. L. Janis, S. Feshbach; "Effects of Fear - Arousing Communications". In Samuel Himmelfard, Alice Hendrickson Eagly; Readings in Attitude Change; (John Wiley & Sons, Inc., N. Y.; 1974); pp. 298-316.
744. Stanley Milgram; "Some Conditions of Obedience and Disobedience to Authority". In Ivan D. Steiner, Martin Fishbein, eds.; Current Studies in Social Psychology; (Holt, Rinehart & Winston, Inc., N. Y.; 1965), pp. 243-262.
745. Stanley Milgram; Obedience to Authority: An Experimental View; (Harper & Row, Publishers, N. Y.; 1974).
746. Jack Stonely, with A. T. Lawton (F. R. A. S.); Is Anyone Out There? (Warner Paperback Library, Warner Books, Inc., N. Y.; 1974).
747. Sylvia Louise Engdahl; The Planet-Girded Suns: Man's View of Other Solar Systems; (Athenaeum, N. Y.; 1974).
748. Peter Singer (La Trobe University, Victoria, Australia); personal communication, 5/18/76.
749. John M. Lade; "Practical Steps to Encourage Visitors from Space"; Flying Saucer Review 6 (Sept. /Oct. 1960):13-15.
750. "Human Life on 150, 000 Planets - Russian Biologist's Bold Claim"; Flying Saucer Review 6 (Sept. /Oct. 1960): 9.
751. "The Secret Weapon Theory"; Flying Saucer Review 7 (March/April 1961): 6.
752. Dr. B. E. Finish; "The Saucer - A Flying Plasma"; Flying Saucer Review 7 (July/August 1961):13-16.
753. Larry Niven; Ringworld; (Ballantine Books, N. Y.; 1970. (S/F)
754. I. A. Van As; "Antigravity - The Science of Electro-Gravitics"; Flying Saucer Review 8 (Jan. /Feb. 1962):22-24.
755. Leonard G. Cramp; "A Challenge to the Technical Press"; Flying Saucer Review 9 (Jan. /Feb. 1963):6-10, iii.
756. "Are We Planning to Invade Mars?" Flying Saucer Review 9 (Jan. /Feb. 1963): 32.
757. Waveney Girvan (1963 editor of the FSR); "Fear"; Flying Saucer Review 9 (March/April 1963):1-2.
758. Dr. Bernard E. Finch; "Beware the Saucers"; Flying Saucer Review 12 (Jan. /Feb. 1966):4-5.
759. C. Maxwell Cade; "UFO's and Electromagnetic Weapons"; Flying Saucer Review 12 (July/August 1966):5-7.
760. R. H. B. Winder; "Design for a Flying Saucer"; Flying Saucer Review 12 (Nov. /Dec. 1966):21-26. (Part I. Basic Principles).
761. Ibid. Flying Saucer Review 13 (Jan. /Feb. 1967): 13-18 (Part II. Construction & Performance).
762. Ibid. Flying Saucer Review 13 (Jan. /Apr. 1967): 20-23 (Part III. Characteristics & Effects).
763. Ibid. Flying Saucer Review 13 (May/June 1967):9-12 (Part IV. Concluded).
764. C. Maxwell Cade; "A Long, Cool Look at Alien Intelligence"; Flying Saucer Review 13 (March/April 1967):24-25. (Part I.).
765. Ibid. Flying Saucer Review 13 (May/June 1967):13-15, 19 (Part II, ).
766. Ibid. Flying Saucer Review 13 (July/August 1967): 15-17 (Part III).
767. Ibid. Flying Saucer Review 13 (Nov. /Dec. /1967): 13-15 (Part IV.).
768. Ibid. Flying Saucer Review 14 (March/April 1968): 7-9 (Part V.).
769. Charles Bowen; "More Unusual Humanoids"; Flying Saucer Review 14 (May/June 1968):17-19.
770. Colin McCarthy; "The Electronic UFO Detector"; Flying Saucer Review 14 (Sept. /Oct. 1968): 29.
771. Dr. Jacques Lemaître (a pseudonym); "The Parallel Universe Myth"; Flying Saucer Review 15 (Nov. /Dec. 1969):22-24.
772. Peter F. Sharp; "Interstellar Refugees"; Flying Saucer Review 16 (Jan. /Feb. 1970):21-22.
773. Larry Niven; All the Myriad Ways; (Ballantine Books, N. Y.; 1971). (S/F)
774. Luis Schönherr; "Observations of a Sceptical Believer"; Flying Saucer Review 16 (May/June 1970):16-20.
775. Oscar A. Galíndez; "Violent Humanoid Encountered in Bolivia"; Flying Saucer Review 16 (July/Aug. 1970):15-17.
776. Dr. Bernard E. Finch; "Phosphenes and the UFO Phenomenon"; Flying Saucer Review 16 (Sept. /Oct. 1970):9-10.
777. Tapani Kuningas; "The Humanoid at Kinnula"; Flying Saucer Review 17 (Sept. /Oct. 1971):18-19.
778. Dr. Barry H. Downing; "Radiation Symptoms in Exodus"; Flying Saucer Review 18 (May/June 1972):29-30.
779. Charles Bowen; "Look at Everything"; Flying Saucer Review 19 (March/Apr. 1973): I.
780. Pedro Romaniuk; "The Extraordinary Case of Rejuvenation"; Flying Saucer Review 19 (Sept. /Oct. 1973):14-15.
781. Gordon Creighton; "Safari Notes: Cosmic Zoology"; Flying Saucer Review 20 (March/Apr. 1974): 32.
782. Ted Bloecher; "UFO Landing and Repair by Crew"; Flying Saucer Review 20 (March/Apr. 1974):21-26. {-}
783. I. Grattan-Guinness; "Book Review: Where Are the New Theories?"; Flying Saucer Review 20 (March/Apr. 1974): 11.
784. Jonathan M. Caplan; "'Parallelism as a Terminology and Classification for Concepts in UFOlogy"; Flying Saucer Review 20 (May/June 1974): 22-3; 27.
785. J. Chasseigne; "Remarkable Encounter at Oraguinan"; Flying Saucer Review (July/Aug. 1974):12-17.
786. Wido Hoville; "The Army and E. M. Effects"; Flying Saucer Review 21 (May/August 1975):56-57.
787. Claude Poher, Jacques Vallée; "Basic Patterns in UFO Observations"; Flying Saucer Review (May/Aug. 1975):8-13.
788. Aimé Michel; "On the True Nature of the Close Proximity UFO Sighting"; Flying Saucer Review 21 (Sept./Oct. 1975):7-9.
789. R. Perry Collins, Group for UFO Analysis; personal communication, 5/23/76.
790. Frank Church, Charles Mathias, Co-Chairmen; Emergency Powers Statutes: Provisions of Federal Law Now in Effect Delegating to the Executive Extraordinary Authority in Time of National Emergency. Report of Special Committee on the Termination of the National Emergency, United States Senate; (U. S. Government Printing Office, Washington, D. C.; September 1973).
791. Clyde F. Snider (Prof. Political Science, Univ. of Ill.); American State and Local Government; (Appleton-Century-Crofts, Inc., N. Y.; 1950).
792. Robert S. Ranking (Prof. of Political (Science, Duke University); When Civil Law Fails; (AMS Press, Inc., N. Y.; 1939).
793. William Worthington; "Martial Law"; Southern Calif. Law Review 42 (Spr., 1069): 546 et seq.
794. Frederick Bernays Weiner; "Martial Law Today"; Military Law Review 49 (July 1970): 89 et seq.
795. Leland S. Ness; "Martial Law and the National Guard"; New York Law Forum 18 (Summer, 1972): 216 et seq.
796. Scott T. Wendelsdorf; "Constitutional Law -- The Power of a Governor to Proclaim Martial Law"; Kentucky Law Journal 59 (1970/1971): 547 et seq.
797. J. Milton Yinger (Prof. & Chairman, Dept. of Sociology & Anthropology, Oberlin College, Ohio); "Social Aspects of Religion"; Britannica III 15 (1974):604-613.
798. Rt. Rev. Ian Thomas Ramsey (Lord Bishop of Durham, England, deceased 1972); "Philosophy of Religion"; Britannica III 15 (1974):592-603.
799. Charles Joseph Adams (Prof. & Director, Institute of Islamic Studies, McGill University, Mental); "Classification of Religions"; Britannica III 15 (1974):628-634.
800. Ninian Smart (Prof. of Religious Studies & Pro Vice Chancellor, Univ. of Lancaster, England); "The Study of Religion"; Britannica III 15 (1974):613-628.
801. Linwood Fredericksen; "Feast and Festival"; Britannica III 7 (1974):197-202.
802. Karl J. Narr (Prof. & Director, Seminary for Prehistory and Protohistory, Univ. of Munster, West Germany); "Prehistoric Religion"; Britannica III 14 (1974):984-989.
803. R. Godfrey Lienhardt (Reader in Social Anthropology, Univ. of Oxford); "Primitive Religion"; Britannica III 14 (1974):1040-1047.
804. Sir James George Frazer; The Golden Bough: A Study in Magic and Religion. Vol. 11, 3rd Ed.; (St. Martin's Press, N. Y.; 1955) (First Edition, 1913).
805. Robert N. Bellah (Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts); "Religious Evolution"; American Sociological Review 29 (June, 1964): 358-374.
806. Franz Cumont; Astrology and Religion among the Greeks and Romans; (Dover Publications, Inc., N. Y.; 1960).
807. Joachim Wach (deceased, Prof. of the History of Religion, Univ. of Religion, Univ. of Chicago); Sociology of Religion; (Phoenix Books, The University of Chicago Press, Chicago; 1962).
808. J. Milton Yinger (Prof. of Sociology & Anthropology, Oberlin College); Religion, Society, and the Individual: An Introduction to the Sociology of Religion; (The Macmillan Company, N. Y.; 1957).
809. Michael Hill (Lecturer in Sociology, London School of Economics); A Sociology of Religion; (Basic Books, Inc., Publishers, N. Y; 1973).
810. John Cogley; Religion in Secular Age: The Search for Final Meaning; (Frederick A. Praeger, Publishers, N. Y.; 1968).
811. W. Richard Comstock, ed. (Univ. of Calif., Santa Barbara); Religion and Man: An Introduction; (Harper and Row, Publishers, N. Y.; 1971).
812. J. Milton Yinger; The Scientific Study of Religion; (The Macmillan Co., N. Y.; 1970).
813. Samuel Butler; Erewhon; (J. M. Dent & Sons Ltd, Aldine House, Bedford Street, London, Everyman's Library; 1932). (First Edition, 1872).
814. Raymond E. Fowler; "What About Crashed UFO's"; Official UFO (April, 1976):24-25, 54-58. (Courtesy of R. Perry Collins).
815. Hudson Hoagland (*deceased, 1972); "The Brain and Crises in Human Values"; Zygon 1 (June, 1966):140-157 (*Executive Director, Worcester Foundation for Experimental Biology, Shrewsbury, Massachusetts).
816. Harlow Shapley; Of Stars and Men: The Human Response to an Expanding Universe; (Beacon Press, Boston; 1958).
817. Daniel Wit (Dept. of Political Science, University of Cincinnati, Ohio); Comparative Political Institutions; (Henry Holt and Company, N. Y.; 1953).
818. Robert M. MacIver; The Web of Government; (The Macmillan Company, N. Y.; 1965).
819. Dr. Joseph Fletcher; "Indicators of Humanhood: A Tentative Profile of Man"; The Hastings Center Report 2 (November, 1972):1-4. Reply by James T. Burtchael, 3 (Feb. 1973): 13 [Institute of Society, Ethics, & the Life Sciences].
820. Karl W. Deutsch (Harvard University); The Analysis of International Relations; (Prentice-Hall, Inc., N. J.; 1968).
821. Carlton Clymer Rodee, Totton James Anderson, Carl Quimby Christol (Prof. of Political Science, Univ. of Southern California); Introduction to Political Science; (McGraw Hill Co., N. Y.; 1967).
822. Karl W. Deutsch; The Nerves of Government; (The Free Press of Glencoe, N. Y.; 1966).
823. Robert G. Wesson; The Imperial Order; (University of California Press, Berkeley, Calif.; 1967).
824. Ervin Laszlo, ed.; The Relevance of General Systems Theory; (George Braziller. N. Y.; 1972). Anatol Rapoport; "The Search for Simplicity". Kenneth E. Boulding; "Economics & General Systems"; Ludwig von Bertalanffy; "Response"
825. Robert Presthus; The Organizational Society; (Vintage Books, N. Y.; 1962).
826. Herbert A. Simon; "The Architecture of Complexity"; Proc. Amer. Philos. Soc. 106 (April 26, 1962):467-48?
827. John M. Pfiffner (Prof. of Public Administration, Univ. of S. Calif.), Frank P. Sherwood (same); Administrative Organization; (Prentice-Hall, Inc., N. J.; 1960).
828. Robert Michels (deceased, Prof. of Political Economy & Statistics, Univ. of Basle, France); Political Parties: A Sociological Study of the Oligarchical Tendencies of Modern Democracy; (The Free Press, Glencoe, Ill.; 1949). (Translated from the French by Eden & Cedar Paul; Original edition publ. 1915).
829. Kenneth E. Boulding (economist); The Organization Revolution; (Quadrangle Books, Inc., Chicago, Ill; 1968.
830. Joseph A. Litterer (Assistant Prof. of Management, Univ. of Illinois, Urbana, Ill.); Organizations: Structure and Behavior; (John Wiley & Sons, Inc., N. Y.; 1963).
831. Joseph A. Litterer (Graduate School of Business Administration, Univ. of Ill.) Organizations: Systems, Control and Adaptation; (John Wiley & Sons, Inc., N. Y.; 1969) Vol. II.
832. Amitai Etzioni (sociologist, Colombia University); A Comparative Analysis of Complex Organizations; (The Free Press, Macmillan Publ. Co., Inc., N. Y.; 1975).
833. Rocco H. Carzo, Jr., and John N. Yanouzas (Pennsylvania State University); Formal Organization: A Systems Approach; (Richard D. Irwin, Inc., and The Dorsey Press, Homewood, Illinois; 1967).
834. H. Eric Frank, ed. (Director of Studies, School of Management, Bath Univ. of Technology); Organization Structuring; (McGraw Hill, London; 1971).
835. Peter M. Blau, Richard A. Schoenherr (Univ. of Chicago); The Structure of Organizations; (Basic Books, Inc., Publishers, N. Y.; 1971).
836. Rolf E. Rogers, Ph. D. (Prof. of Management, University of Alberta); Organizational Theory; (Allyn and Bacon, Boston; 1975).
837. Michael D. Cohen, James G. March, Johan P. Olsen; "A Garbage Can Model of Organizational Choice"; Admin. Sci. Quart. 17 (March, 1972): 1-25.
838. Rocco Carzo, Jr., John N. Yanouzas; "Effects of Flat and Tall Organization Structure"; Administrative Science Quarterly 14 (June, 1969):178-191.
839. John Child; "Predicting and Understanding Organization Structure"; ASQ 18 (June, 1973):168-185.
840. Peter B. Evans; "Multiple Hierarchies and Organizational Control"; Admin, Sci. Quarterly 20 (June, 1975):250-259.
841. J. Kenneth Benson; "The Interorganizational Network as a Political Economy"; Admin. Sci. Quarterly 20 (June, 1975):229-249.
842. Charles Lewis Taylor; "Communications Development and Political Stability"; Comparative Political Studies 1 (Jan, 1969):557-563.
843. Bruce M. Russett; Is There A Long-Run Trend Toward Concentration in the International System?" Comparative Political Studies 1 (April, 1968):103-122.
844. Gerhard Loewenberg; 'The Influence of Parliamentary Behavior on Regime Stability"; Comparative Politics 3 (January 1971):177-200.
845. Leon Hurwitz; "Democratic Political Stability: Some Traditional Hypotheses Reexamined"; Comparative Political Studies 4 (January 1972):476-490.
846. George Modelski, Robert Benedict; "Structural Trends in World Politics"; Comparative Politics 6 (January 1974):287-298.
847. Milton Friedman (Prof. of Economics, Univ. of Chicago); "Money"; Britannica III 12 (1974):349-356.
848. George N. Halm (Prof. of Economics, Tufts Univ., Medford, Mass.); "Economic Systems"; Britannica III 6 (1974):273-278.
849. Cyril S. Belshaw (Prof. & Head, Dept. of Anthropology and Sociology, Univ. of British Colombia, Vancouver); "Primitive Economic Systems"; Britannica III 6 (1974):278-281.
850. Ronald J. May (Reserve Bank of Australia/Univ. of Sydney); "Decisionmaking and Stability in Federal Systems"; Canadian Journal of Political Science 3 (March, 1970):73-87.
851. Bruce H. Mayhew (Temple Univ.); "System Size and Ruling Elites"; American Sociological Review 38 (August 1973):468-475.
852. John D. Kasarda; "The Structural Implications of Social System Size: A Three-Level Analysis"; American Sociological Review 39 (February 1974):19-28.
853. Werner Cohn; "Is Religion Universal? Problems of Definition"; 2 (October, 1962) 25-33.
854. Horace M. Kallen; "Secularism as the Common of a Free Society"; Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion 4 (April, 1965):145-151.
855. Edward A. Tiryakian; "Durkheim's Two Laws of Penal Evolution"; Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion 3 (April, 1964):261-266.
856. William A. Cole, Phillip E. Hammond; "Religious Pluralism, Legal Development, and Societal Complexity: Rudimentary Forms of Civil Religion"; Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion 13 (June, 1974):177-189.
857. Mary-Barbara Zeldin; "The Religious Nature of Russian Marxism"; Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion 8 (Spring, 1969):100-11.
858. J. Kenneth Benson, James H. Dorsett; "Toward a Theory of Religious Organizations"; Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion 10 (Spring, 1971):138-149.
859. Donald Szantho Harrington; "Science and the Search for a Rational Religious Faith"; Zygon I (March, 1966):97-107.
860. Ralph Wendell Burhoe; "Five Steps in the Evolution of Man's knowledge of Good and Evil"; Zygon 2 (March, 1967):77-96.
861. Harlow Shapley; "Life, Hope, and Cosmic Evolution"; Zygon 1 (September 1966):275-285.
862. Walter S. Olson; "Has Science Dated the Biblical Flood?" Zygon 2 (September 1967):272-278.
863. Theodosius Dobzhansky; "An Essay on Religion, Death and Evolutionary Adaptation"; Zygon 1 (December, 1966):317-331.
864. Ralph Wendell Burhoe; "National Selection and God"; Zygon 7 (March, 1972):30-63.
865. Lawrence Kohlberg (Prof. of Education & Social Psychology, Harvard Univ.); "Endoctrination Versus Relativity in Value Education"; Zygon 6 (December 1971):285-310.
866. Robert S. Morison; "Darwinism: Foundation for An Ethical System?" Zygon: Journal of Religion and Science 1 (December, 1966):347-353.
867. George Wald; "Decision and Destiny: The Future of Life on Earth"; Zygon 5 (December 1970):159-171.
868. Theodosius Dobzhansky (Prof. of Genetics, Univ. of Calif. at Davis); "Ethics and Values in Biological and Cultural Evolution"; Zygon 8 (Sept. /October 1973):261-281.
869. Ralph Wendell Burhoe (Prof. of Theology, Meadville/Lombard Theology School, Chicago); "What Specifies the Values of the Man-made Man?" Zygon 6 (September 1971):224-246.
870. Ralph Wendell Burhoe; "Evolving Cybernetic Machinery and Human Values"; Zygon 7 (September 1972):188-209.
871. Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi; "Sociocultural Speciation and Human Aggression"; Zygon 8 (June, 1973):96-112.
872. Anthology F. C. Wallace (Prof. of Anthropology, Univ. of Pennsylvania); "Theological Resources from the Social Sciences"; Zygon 1 (March, 1966):60-81.
873. J. P. Jones (F. I. B., F. R. Econ. S.); The Money Story; (David & Charles, Publishers, Ltd., London; 1972).
874. Rupert J. Ederer; The Evolution of Money; (Public Affairs Press, Wash., D. C.; 1964).
875. James L. Christian (Prof. of Philosophy, Santa Ana College); "The Story of Life: A Four-Billion-Year Beginning"; The Humanist 36 (May/June): 5-7.
876. Chariots of the Gods, based on von Däniken's book of the same title. 1971 Documentary film, aired Ch. 5, KRON-TV (San Francisco), 9 P. M., 4/30/76
877. Poul Anderson; "The Creation of Imaginary Worlds". In Reginald Bretnor, Science Fiction, Today and Tomorrow; (Harper & Row, Publishers, N. Y.; 1974).
878. Hal Clement; "The Creation of Imaginary Beings"; Ibid. (#877 Bretnor).
879. Lawrence J. Henderson (*a biochemist at Harvard University); The Fitness of the Environment; (Gloucester, Mass., Peter Smith; 1970). (First published in 1913 by The Macmillan Co.).
880. Philip Handler, ed. (President of NAS); Biology and the Future of Man; (Oxford University Press, N. Y.; 1970). Report of the NAS Survey Committee on the Life Sciences, November 1968 (completion date).
881. Derry D. Koob (Utah State Univ.), William E. Boggs; The Nature of Life; (Addison-Wesley Publishing Company, Reading, Massachusetts; 1072).
882. Patrick Moore, David A. Hardy; Challenge of the Stars; (Rand McNally & Company, N. Y.; 1972
883. Genevieve A. Highland, & others, eds.; Polynesian Culture History; (Bishop Museum Press, Honolulu, Hawaii; 1967). Margaret Mead; "Homogeneity and Hypertrophy - A Polynesian-Based Hypothesis"; pp. 121-140.
884. Irving Goldman: Ancient Polynesian Society; (Univ. of Chicago Press, Chicago; 1970).
885. Richard Joel Russell, Fred Bowerman Kniffen, Evelyn Lord Pruitt; Culture Worlds; (The Macmillan Company, N. Y.; 1969).
886. Robert W. Williamson; The Social and Political Systems of Central Polynesia; (Anthropological Publications, Oosterhout N. B., The Netherlands; 1967) Vol. I (Orig. published in 1924).
887. Roger M. Keesing (U. S. Santa Cruz), Felix M. Keesing; New Perspectives in Cultural Anthropology; (Holt, Rinehart & Winston, Inc., N. Y.; 1971).
888. Ralph L. Beals, Harry Hoijer (UCLA); An Introduction to Anthropology; 3rd Edition, (The Macmillan Company, N. Y.; 1965).
889. A. L. Kroeber; Anthropology; (Harcourt, Brace & World, Inc., N. Y.; 1948).
890. John J. Honigmann (Prof. of Anthropology, Univ. of North Carolina); The World of Man; (Harper & Row, Publishers, N. Y.; 1959).
891. Peter Worsley; The Trumpet Shall Sound: A Study of 'Cargo' in Melanesia; 2nd Ed. (Schocken Books, N. Y.; 1968).
892. Hans-Werner Gottinger; "Toward a Fuzzy Reasoning in the Behavioral Science"; Cybernetica 16 (1973):113-135.
893. Fred J. Ricci; "A Cybernetic Model of Man in his Cultural Environment"; Cybernetica 14 (1971):281-296.
894. Magoroh Maruyama; "Toward a Cultural Futurology"; Cybernetica 15 (1972):39-62.
895. Magoroh Maruyama; "Paradigmatology and its Applications to Cross - Disciplinary, Cross-Professional, and Cross-Cultural Communication"; Cybernetica 17 (1974):136-156, 237-281.
896. Gheorghe Cosma, Octavian Cosma (Dr. Engineering, Bucuresti, Romania); "The Subconscious of Computers"; Cybernetica 17 (1974):157-176.
897. Francis James West (Professorial Fellow in Pacific History, Institute of Advanced Studies, Australian Nat'l Univ., Canberra); "History of Oceania"; Brit. III 18 (1974):443-448.
898. Harold Walter Turner (Director, Project for New Religious Movements, Univ. of Aberdeen, Scotland; "New Tribal Religious Movements"; Brit. III 13 (1974):697-705.
899. Robert McNaughton (logician, Harvard University); "A Theorem About Infinite-Valued Sentential Logic"; The Journal of Symbolic Logic 16 (March, 1951):1-13.
900. George Bosworth Burch (Tufts College); "Seven - Valued Logic in Jain Philosophy"; International Philosophical Quarterly 4 (1964): 68-93.
901. Louise Schmir Hay (Mount Holyoke College); "Axiomatization of the Infinite-Valued Predicate Calculus"; The Journal of Symbolic Logic 28 (March, 1963):77-86.
902. Clarence I. Lewis (Harvard Univ.); "Alternative Systems of Logic"; The Monist 42 (October, 1932):481-507.
903. Joost A. M. Meerloo; Along the Fourth Dimension: Man's Sense of Time and History; (The John Day Company, N. Y.; 1970).
904. J. T. Fraser; Of Time, Passion, and Knowledge: Reflections on the Strategy of Existence; (George Braziller, N. Y.; 1975).
905. Bas C. van Fraassen; An Introduction to the Philosophy of Time and Space; (Random House, N. Y.; 1970).
906. John G. Gunnell (State Univ. of New York, Albany); Political Philosophy and Time; (Wesleyan Univ. Press, Middletown, Conn.; 1968).
907. Hans Kalmus (Galton Laboratory of Univ. College, London; Prof. of Genetics); "Organic Evolution and Time". In J. T. Fraser, ed.; The Voices of Time; (George Braziller, N. Y.; 1966), pp. 330-352.
908. J. Barkley Rosser (Prof. of Math, Cornell Univ.), Atwell R. Turquette (Assoc. Prof. of Philosophy, Univ. of Illinois); Many-Valued Logics; (North-Holland Publishing Company, Amsterdam; 1952).
909. A. A. Zinov'ev (born in 1922, young (in 1960) Russian logician, at the Institute (@ the Academy of Sciences of USSR) of Philosophy, Moscow); Philosophical Problems of Many-Valued Logic. Revised edition; D. Reidel Publishing Company, Dordrecht-Holland, 1963). Edited & translated by Guido Kung and David Dinsmore Comey.
910. Georg H. von Wright (Prof. of Philosophy, Univ. of Cambridge); An Essay in Modal Logic; (North-Holland Publishing Company, Amsterdam; 1951).
911. J. E. J. Altham; The Logic of Plurality; (Methuen & Co. Ltd., London; 1971).
912. Nicholas Rescher, Alasdair Urquhart; Temporal Logic; (Springer-Verlag/Wien, N. Y.; 1971).
913. Susan Haack (Lecturer in Philosophy, University of Warwick, England); Deviant Logic; (Cambridge University Press, London; 1974).
914. John Z. Hearon (Senior Research Fellow, Natnl. Cancer Inst.), Dean Burk, Arthur L. Schade; "Physicochemical Studies of Reversible and Irreversible Complexes of Cobalt, Histidine, and Molecular Oxygen"; Journal of the National Institute 9 (February 1949):337-377.
915. L. Michaelis; "Molecular Oxygen as a Ligand in Metal Porphyrins and Other Metal - Complex Compounds"; Federation Proceedings 7 (Sept. 1948):509-514.
916. B. M. Hoffman, D. H. Petering; "Coboglobins: Oxygen-Carrying Cobalt-Reconstituted Hemoglobin and Myoglobin"; Proc. National Acad. Sciences 67 (Oct. 1970):637-643.
917. Paul A. Loach, Melvin Calvin; "Oxidation States of Manganese Hematoporphyrin IX in Aqueous Solution"; Biochemistry 2 (March/April, 1963):361-371.
918. Aviva Lapidot, Charles S. Irving (Isotope Dept., The Weizmann Institute of Science, Rehovot, Israel); "The Electronic Structure of Coordinated Oxygen"; in Osamu Hayaishi, ed.; Molecular Oxygen in Biology: Topics in Molecular Oxygen Research; (American Elsevier Publ. Co., Inc., N. Y.; 1974).
919. L. Vaska; "Oxygen-Carrying Properties of a Simple Synthetic System"; Science 140 (May 17, 1963):809-810.
920. L. Vaska, Loomis S. Chen, C. V. Senoff; "Oxygen-Carrying Iridium Complex: Kinetics, Mechanism, and Thermodynamics"; Science 174 (November 5, 1971):587-589.
921. Mary Clarke (editor of The Dancing Times, London); "Art of Dance"; Brit. III 5 (1974):451-457.
922. James S. Ackerman (Prof. of Arts, Harvard Univ.); "Art of Architecture"; Brit. III 1 (1974):1088-1108.
923. Leonard R. Rogers (College of Art & Design, Loughborough, England); "Art of Sculpture"; Brit. III (1974):421-437.
924. Theodore Baumeister, Lionel S. Marks, eds.; Standard Hand-Book for Mechanical Engineers; 7th Edition; (McGraw-Hill Book Co., Inc., N. Y.; 1967).
925. Richard N. White, Peter Gergely, Robert G. Sexsmith; Structural Engineering; Vol. 1; (John Wiley & Sons, Inc., N. Y.; 1972).
926. Henry J. Cowan (Prof. Architectural Science, Univ. of Sidney, Australia); Architectural Structures; (American Elsevier Publ. Co., Inc., N. Y.; 1971).
927. John N. Hazard (Prof. of Public Law, Columbia Univ); "Soviet & Socialist Legal Systems"; Brit. III 17 (1974):313-321.
928. Julius Stone (Challis Prof. of Int'l. law, Univ. of Sydney, Aust.); "Western Philosophy of Law"; Brit. III 10 (1974):714-722.
929. "Natural Law"; Britannica III 12 (1974):863-865.
930. Max Y. Rheinstein (Prof. Emeritus, Comparative Law, Univ. of Chicago); "Civil Law"; Britannica III 4 (1974):660-667.
931. E. Adamson Hoebel (Prof. Anthropology, Univ. of Minnesota, Minneapolis); "Primitive Law"; Brit. III 14 (1974):1037-1040.
932. Philip C. Jessup (Judge, Int'l. Court of Justice), Green H. Hackworth (same, deceased 1973); "International Court of Justice"; Britannica III 9 (1974):733-736.
933. Morris Greenspan; "Laws of War"; Britannica III 19 (1974): 538-542.
934. Gresham M'Cready Sykes (College of Law, Univ. of Denver, Colorado); "Prisons & Penology"; Brit. III 14 (1974):1097-1104.
935. E. Adamson Hoebel; The Law of Primitive Man: A Study in Comparative Legal Dynamics; (Harvard University Press, Cambridge, Mass.; 1967) (1st Pull. 1954).
936. K. N. Llewellyn, E. Adamson Hoebel; The Cheyenne Way; (Univ. of Oklahoma Press, Norman, 1941.
937. John N. Hazard; Communists and Their Law; (Univ. of Chicago Press, Chicago, Illinois; 1969).
938. R. W. Hamming (Prof., Dept. of Computer Sciences, City College of N. Y.); Computers & Society; (McGraw-Hill Book Co., N. Y.; 1972).
939. Robert Jastrow (Director, Goddard Institute for Space Studies); Red Giants and White Dwarfs; (Harper & Row, Publishers, N. Y.; 1967).
940. Daryl J. Bem (Stanford Univ.); Beliefs, Attitudes, and Human Affairs; (Brooks/Cole Publ. Co., Belmont, Calif.; 1970).
941. John Bligh (Agricultural Research Council, Institute of Animal Physiology, Cambridge, England) Temperature Regulation in Mammals & Other Vertebrates: (American Elsevier Publ. Co., Inc., N. Y.; 1973).
942. J. L. Cloudsley-Thompson (Prof. of Zoology, Univ. of Khartoum, Sudan); The Temperature and Water Relations of Reptiles: (Merrow Publ. Co. Ltd., Watford, England; 1971).
943. G. Causey Whittow, ed.; Comparative Physiology of Thermoregulation; (Academic Press, N. Y.; 1970). Vol. I [pp. 1-14, F. J. Vernberg & W. B. Vernberg; pp. 15-78, J. L. Cloudsley-Thompson; pp. 135-166, B, H. Brattstrom; pp. 167-223, J. R. Templeton; pp. 224-302, [W. R. Dawson & J. W. Hudson]
944. James D. Hardy, A. Pharo Gagge, Jan A. J. Stolwijk, ed.; Physiological and Behavioral Temperature Regulation; (Charles C. Thomas, Publisher, Springfield, Ill.; 1970).
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950. Eric Burgess (*Computer specialist, lecturer, Science writer) (co-founder w/Clarke of B. I. S.); "The Search for Extraterrestrial Life"; lecture delivered at San Jose State University, on 6/18/76.
951. Magoroh Maruyama; "Design Principles for Extraterrestrial Communities"; Future 8 (April, 1976):104-121.
952. F. H. George, J. D. Humphries, eds.; The Robots are Coming; (National Computing Centre Ltd., Sandbach, Cheshire, England; 1974).
953. Donald Michie (Prof. of Machine Intelligence, Univ. of Edinburg, England); On Machine Intelligence; (John Wiley & Sons, N. Y.; 1974).
954. James T. Culbertson; The Minds of Robots; (Univ. of Press, Urbana; 1963).
955. C. R. Evans, A. D. J. Robertson, eds.; Cybernetics; (University Park Press, Baltimore, Maryland; 1968).
956. W. Ross Ashby (Burden Neurological Institute, Bristol, England); "The Self-Reproducing System". In C. A. Muses, ed.; Aspects of the Theory of Artificial Intelligence; Proc. of the 1st Int'l. Symposium on Biosimulation (Locarno, June 29 -July 5, 1960); Plenum Press, N. Y.; 1962).
957. Paul Armer; "Attitudes Toward Intelligent Machines"; Symposium on Bionics (1960) Wadd Technical Report 60/600, pp. 13-19. Reprinted in Edward A. Feigenbaum, Julian Feldman, Computers and Thought; (McGraw - Hill Book Co., Inc., N. Y.; 1963):389-405.
958. O'Arcy Wentworth Thompson; On Growth and Form; 2nd Edition, reprinted by the Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, England. First Edition, orig. publ. 1917; 2nd ed., 1942. (Volumes I and II).
959. Robert W. Storer; "Adaptive Radiation in Birds", in A. J. Marshall, ed.; Biology and Comparative Physiology of Birds; (Academic Press, N. Y.; 1960). Vol. I, pp. 15-55.
960. Adolf Portmann, Werner Stingelin; "The Central Nervous System"; Ibid. (#1959), Vol. II, pp 1-36.
961. R. J. Pumphrey; "Sensory Organs: Vision"; Ibid. Vol. II., pp. 55-68.
962. James R. King, Donald S. Farner; "Energy Metabolism, Thermoregulation, & Body Temperature"; Ibid. (#1959); Vol. III, pp. 215-288.
963. R. H. J. Brown; "Flight"; Ibid. (#1959); Vol. II., pp. 289-305.
964. Zdenek V. Špinar (Prof.); Life before Man; (American Heritage Press, N. Y.; 1972).
965. Donald J. Borror, Dwight M. De Long*, Charles A. Triplehorn (Profs. of Entomology, Ohio State Univ); An Introduction to the Study of Insects, 4th Ed.; (Holt, Rinehart and Winston, N. Y.; 1976).
966. Fred N. White (Prof. of Physiology, School of Medicine, UCLA); "Respiration & Respiratory Systems"; Britannica III 15 (1974): 751-763.
967. Charles J. Sippl (Instructor, Computer Science, Chapman College, Orange, CA); "Computers"; Brit. III 4 (1974):1045-1058.
968. Ritchie Calder; The Evolution of the Machine; (American Heritage Publ. Co., Inc., N. Y.; 1968).
969. Robert Soulard; A History of the Machine; (Hawthorne Books Inc., N. Y.; 1963) From the New Illustrated Library of Science and Invention, Volume II.
970. Robert R. Arnold, Harold C. Hill, Aylmer V. Nichols; Modern Data Processing; (John Wiley & Sons, Inc., N. Y.; 1972). Second edition.
971. Donald H. Sanders (Prof., M. J. Neely School of Business, Texas Christian Univ.); Computers in Society: An Introduction to Information Processing; (McGraw-Hill Book Company, N. Y.; 1973).
972. Stuart Chase; Men and Machines; (The Macmillan Company, N. Y.; 1929).
973. Gregory Benford, David Book (Physicists, LLL, Livermore, Calif.); "Promise-child in the Land of the Humans"; Smithsonian 2 (April, 1971):58-65.
974. J. B. S. Hamden; Possible Worlds and Other Papers; (Harper & Bros., Publ., N. Y.; 1928).
975. Richard L. Merritt; "Distance and Interaction Among Political Communities"; General Systems 9 (1964):255-263.
976. Hubert L. Dreyfus; "Artificial Intelligence"; Annals American Academy 412 (March, 1974):21-33.
977. R. Puccetti; "Can Humans Think?" Analysis 26 (June, 1966): 198-202.
978. Dr. Howard Schomer; "The Promised Heavens"; Catholic Mind 67 (Sept. 1969): 10.
979. Homer Jacobson (Dept. of Chemistry, Hunter College, N. Y.); "The Informational Capacity of the Human Ear"; Science 112 (Aug. 4, 1950): 143-144.
980. Homer Jacobson; "The Informational Capacity of the Human Eye"; Science 113 (March 16, 1951):292-293.
981. John A. Keel; UFOs: Operation Trojan Horse; (G. Putnam's Sons, N. Y.; 1970).
982. Poul Anderson; Time and Stars; (Doubleday & Co., Inc., Garden City, N. Y.; 1964). (S/F)
983. Poul Anderson; "Epilogue"; Analog 69 (March, 1962):112-158. (S/F)
984. Donald A. Wollheim (sf writer); The Universe Makers: Science Fiction Today; (Harper and Row, Publishers, N. Y.; 1971).
985. N. Kawashima, S. G. Wildman; "Fiction I Protein"; Ann. Rev. Plant Physiol. 21 (1970):325-358.
986. A. Weissbach, B. L. Horecker, J. Hurwitz; "The Enzymatic Formation of Phosphoglyceric Acid from Ribulose Diphosphate and Carbon Dioxide"; Jour. of Biological Chemistry 218 (Feb. 1956):795-810.
987. T. Sugiyama, N, Nakayama, T. Akazawa; "Homotropic Effect of Bicarbonate in RuDP Carboxylase Reaction, and the Mechanism of Activation by Magnesium Ions"; Archives of Biochemistry & Biophysics 126 (September 1968):737-745.
988. G. E. Fogg (Prof. of Botany, Westfield College, London); Photosynthesis; (American Elsevier Publ. Co., Inc., N. Y.; 1968).
989. Jerome L. Rosenberg (Prof. of Chemistry, Univ. of Pittsburgh); Photosynthesis: The Basic Process of Food-making in Green Plants; (Holt, Rinehart & Winston, Inc., N. Y.; 1965).
990. Eugene Rabinowitch (State Univ. of N. Y., Albany), Govindjee (Univ. of Illinois, Urbana); Photosynthesis; (John Wiley & Sons, Inc., N. Y.; 1969).
991. C. B. van Neil; "The Present Status of the Comparative Study of Photosynthesis"; Annual Review of Plant Physiology 13 (1962):1-26.
992. Robert M. Devlin (Univ. of Massachusetts), Allen V. Barker (Univ. of Mass.): Photo-Synthesis; (Van Nostrand Reinhold Company, N. Y.; 1971).
993. Melvin Calvin; "Some Photochemical and Photophysical Reactions of Chlorophyll and its Relatives"; W. D. McElroy, B. Glass, eds.; Light and Life; (Johns Hopkins Press, Baltimore, 1961), pp. 317-355.
994. Lawrence Bogorad; "Porphyrins & Bile Pigments"; James Bonner, J. E. Varner, eds.; Plant Biochemistry; (Academic Press, N. Y.; 1965). Chapter 28, pp. 717-760.
995. Bessel Kok; "Photosynthesis: The Path of Energy"; Ibid.; Chapter 35, pp. 903-960.
996. Marcel Florkin; "Ideas & Experiments in the field of Prebiological Chemical Evolution"; Marcel Florkin, Elmer H. Stotz, eds.; Comprehensive Biochemistry; (Elsevier Scientific Publishing Company, N. Y.; 1975), Vol. 29, Part B, Chapter V, pp. 231-260.
997. G. Tyler Miller, Jr. (St. Andrews Presbyterian College); Energetics, Kinetics, and Life: An Ecological Approach; (Wadsworth Publ. Co. Inc., Belmont, CA; 1971).
998. Max Kleiber; "Body Size and Metabolic Rate"; Physiological Review 27 (1947):511-541. Reprinted in Robert H. Catlett, ed.; Readings in Animal Energetics; (MSS Information Corporation, N. Y.; 1973), pp. 7-37.
999. Tom Schick; review of Clifford J. Stevens; Astrotheology: for the Cosmic Adventure; (Divine Word Publ., Techny, Ill.) In St. Anthony Messenger 77 (Nov. 1969):62-63.
1000. Doris Jonas (anthropologist), David Jonas (Adolphe David Jonas, psychiatrist, 1913-); Other Senses, Other Worlds; (Stein and Day, Publishers, N. Y.; 1976), (See Gen. Ref.).
1001. Duncan Lunan; Man and The Stars: Contact and Communication with Other Intelligence; (Souvenir Press Ltd., London: 1974). (See Gen. Ref.). {*}
1002. Eric Herbst (Asst. Prof. Chemistry, College of William & Mary, Williamsburg, Va.), William Klemperer (Prof. Chemistry, Harvard Univ.); "The Formation of Interstellar Molecules"; Physics Today 29 (June, 1976):32-39.
1003. Marcel Florkin (Dept. of Biochemistry, Univ. of Liege, Belgium); "Concepts of Molecular Biosemiotics and of Molecular Evolution"; Ibid. (#996), Pt. A, Ch. I, pp. 1-124.
1004. Walter R. Stahl; "Scaling of Respiratory Variables in Mammals"; Journal of Applied Physiology 22 (1967):453-460. In Ibid/#998, pp. 38-54.
1005. Vance A. Tucker; "Energetic Cost of Locomotion in Animals"; Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology 34 (1970):841-846. In Ibid. /#998, pp. 109-114.
1006. Henry D. Prange, Knut Schmidt-Nielsen; "The Metabolic Cost of Swimming in Ducks"; Jour. of Experimental Biology 53 (1970):763-777. In Ibid/#998, pp. 123-137.
1007. Vance A. Tucker (Dept. of Zoology, Duke Univ., Durkam, N. Carolina); "Flight Energetics in Birds"; American Zoologist 11 (1971):115-124. Ibid. /#998, pp. 138-147.
1008. Dieter Oesterhelt, Walther Stoeckenius; "Function of a New Photoreceptor Membrane"; Proc. of the National Academy of Sciences 70 (Oct. 1973): 2853-2857.
1009. Efraim Racker, Walther Stoeckenius; "Reconstitution of Purple Membrane Vesicles Catalyzing Light-driver Photon Uptake & Adenosine Triphosphate Formation"; Jour. of Biol. Chemistry 249 (Jan. 25, 1974) pp. 662-663.
1010. Arlette Danon, Walther Stoeckenius (Cardiovascular Research Institute & Dept. of Biochem. & Biophys., UC San Francisco); "Photophosphorylation in Halobacterium halobium; Proc. Nat. Acad. Sci. USA 71 (April 1974):1234-1238.
1011. John Phillipson (Senior Lecturer in Zoology, Univ. of Durham, England); Ecological Energetics; (Edward Arnold Publishers, Ltd., London; 1966).
1012. Albert L. Lehninger (John Hopkins Univ.); Bioenergetics; (W. A. Benjamin, Inc., N. Y.; 1065).
1013. E. Broda (Institute of Physical Chemistry, University, Vienna): The Evolution of the Bioenergetic Processes; (Pergamon Press, N. Y.; 1975).
1014. Fr. Clifford Stevens; "Space Neighbors"; Family Digest 24 (Aug. 1969):20-25.
1015. "UFOs: Exploring the Unexplained"; TV interview with Paul Cearne, Tom Gates, James McCampbell, & Stanton Friedman; KCSM-TV (San Mateo), Ch. 14, 7/3/76, 7-8 P. M.
1016. Iosif S. Shklovskiy; "Is Communication Possible with Intelligent Beings on Other Planets?"; transl. from Priroda. No. 7, 2 (1960). Reprinted (#33):5-16.
1017. Melvin Calvin; "Chemical Evolution"; Condon Lecture Publication, Univ. of Oregon Press, 1961. Reprinted (#33):33-81.
1018. Su-Shu Huang; "Occurrence of Life in the Universe"; American Scientist 47 (1959):397-403. Reprinted (#33): 82-88.
1019. Su-Shu Huang; "The Problem of Life in the Universe & the Mode of Star Formation"; Publ. Astron. Soc. Pacific 7 (1959):421-424. Reprinted in (#33):89-92.
1020. Su-Shu Huang; "Life Supporting Regions in the Vicinity of Binary Systems"; Publ. Astron. Soc. Pacific 72 (1960):106-114. Reprinted (#33): 93-101.
1021. Su-Shu Huang; "The Limiting Sizes of the Habitable Planets"; Publ. Astron. Soc. Pacific 72 (1960):489-493. Reprinted in (#33): 102-106.
1022. Freeman J. Dyson; "Search for Artificial Stellar Sources of Infrared Radiation"; Science 131 (1959):1667-8. Reprinted (#33): 111-114.
1023. Freeman J. Dyson; "Gravitational Machines"; in (#33):115-120.
1024. Edward Purcell; "Radioastronomy and Communication through Space"; USAEC Rept., BNL-658. Reprinted in Cameron (#33):121-143.
1025. Sebastian von Hoerner; "The General Limits of Space Travel"; Science 137 (1962):18- . Reprinted in (#33): 144-159.
1026. Charlotte J. Avers (Rutger Univ.); Biology of Sex; (John Wiley & Sons, Inc., N. Y.; 1974).
1027. Ari van Tienhoven; Reproductive Physiology of Vertebrates; (W. B. Saunders Co., Philadelphia; 1968).
1028. Herbert Wendt; The Sex Life of the Animals; (Simon & Schuster, N. Y.; 1965).
1029. Hans Gaffron (Florida State Univ.) "On Dating Stages in Photochemical Evolution, "In Michael Kasha, Bernard Pullman; Horizons in Biochemistry; (Academic Press, N. Y.; 1962):59-89.
1030. Natan Katzman (Asst. Prof. Communication, College of Communication Arts, Michigan State Univ.); "Communication Flow and Social Entropy"; Ekistics 29 (March 1970):221-219.
1031. John B. Calhoun, "Space and the Strategy of Life"; Ekistics 29 (June, 1970):425-437.
1032. John B. Calhoun; "The Lemming's periodic Journeys are not Unique"; Ekistics 31 (April, 1971):315-317.
1033. Giuseppe Cocconi, Philip Morrison; "Searching for Interstellar Communications"; Nature 184 (1959):844-846. Reprinted in (#33): 160-164.
1034. Frank D. Drake; "How Can We Detect Radio Transmissions from Distant Planetary Systems?" Sky & Telescope 19 (1960):140-143. reprinted in (#33):165-175.
1035. R. N. Bracewell; "Radio Signals Other Planets"; Proc of the Institute of Radio Engineers 50 (1962): 214. Reprinted in Cameron (#33):199-200.
1036. Su-Shu Huang; "Problem of Transmission of Interstellar Communication"; in (#33):201-206.
1037. B. M. Oliver; "Some Potentialities of Optical Masers"; Proc. of the Institute of Radio Engineers 50 (1962):135-. . . . . Reprinted in (#33):207-222.
1038. Kurd Lasswitz; Two Planets; (Southern Illinois Univ. Press, Carbondale and Edwardsville; 1971). First published as Auf zwei Planeten; (Verlag B. Elischer Nachfolger, Leipzig: 1897). Translated from the German by Hans H. Rudnick. (S/F)
1039. R, N. Schwartz, C. H. Townes; "Interstellar and Interplanetary Communication by Optical Masers"; Nature 190 (1961):205-208. Reprinted in (#33):223- 231.
1040. R. N. Bracewell; "Life in the Galaxy"; in S. T. Butter, H. Messel, eds.; A Journey through Space and the Atom; (Nuclear Research Foundation, Sydney, Australia, 1962). Reprinted in Cameron (#33):232-242.
1041. R, N, Bracewell; "Communications from Superior Galactic Communities"; Nature 186 (1960):670-671. Reprinted in (#33): 243-248.
1042. J. Maynard Smith; "What Use is Sex?" Jour. Theoretical Biology 30 (Feb. 1971):319-335.
1043. George C. Williams, Jeffry B. Mitton; "Why Reproduce Sexually?" Journal of Theoretical Biology 39 (June, 1973):545-554.
1044. H. J. Muller (deceased); "Some Genetic Aspects of Sex"; American Naturalist 66 (1932):118-138.
1045. Dennis Nyberg; "Evolution of Sex"; Jour. Theoretical Biology 50 (April, 1975):429-436.
1046. George C. Williams, ed.; Group Selection; (Aldime/Atherton, Inc., Chicago, Ill.; 1971).
1047. M. J. Dunbar; "The Level of Stability in Marine Environments: Natural Selection at the Level of the Ecosystern"; The American Naturalist 94 (1960):129-136. Reprinted in (#1046): 125-135.
1048. J. Maynard Smith; "The Origin and Maintenance of Sex"; in (#1046): 163-175.
1049. James F. Crow, Motoo Kimura; "Evolution in Sexual and Asexual Populations"; The American Naturalist 99 (1965):439-450. Reprinted in (#1046):176-191
1050. J. Maynard Smith; "Evolution in Sexual and Asexual Populations"; The American Naturalist 102 (1968):469-473. Reprinted in (#1046): 192-198.
1051. James F. Crow, Motoo Kimura; "Evolution in Sexual and Asexual Populations: A Reply"; The American Naturalist 103 (Jan. -Feb. 1969):89-90. Reprinted in (#1046):199-201.
1052. Said H. Koozekanani, Robert B. McGhee; "Occupancy Problems with Pairwise Exclusion Constraints-An Aspect of Gait Enumeration"; Journal of Cybernetica (USA) 2 (1972):14-26.
1053. Philip Morrison; "Interstellar Communication"; Bull. Phil. Soc. Washington 16 (1962):58-. . . . In (#33): 249-271.
1054. Sebastian van Hoerner; "The Search for Signals from Other Civilizations"; Science 134 (1961):1839-. . . . Reprinted in (#33): 272-286.
1055. J. P. T. Pearman; "Extraterrestrial Intelligent Life and Interstellar Communication"; (#33):287-293.
1056. B. M. Oliver; "Interstellar Communication"; in (#33):294-305.
1057. Robert Ascher, Marcia Ascher; "Interstellar Communication and Human Evolution"; Nature 193 (1962):940-. . . . Reprinted in (#33): 306-308.
1058. Josef F. Blumrich ("Chief of systems layout branch, NASA", deceased Austrian-born (1913); The Spaceships of Ezekiel; (Bantam Books, Inc., N. Y.; 1974).
1059. Clifford D. Simak; Way Station; (Manor Books, Inc., N. Y.; 1975). (1st publ. 1963). (S/F)
1060. Harold C. Urey (UCSD); "Abundances of the Elements"; Annals of the N. Y. Academy of Sciences 194 (May 3, 1972):35-44.
1061. S. Granick (Rockefeller Ins. for Medical Research, N. Y.); "Speculations on the Origins and Evolution of Photosynthesis'; Annals of the N. Y. A. S. 69 (Aug. 30, 1957):292-308.
1062. Hans Gaffron (Florida State Union); "Evolution of Photosynthesis"; Comp. Biochem. Physiol 4 (1962):205-216.
1063. Richard P. Spencer; "A Blood Volume Heart Weight Relationship"; Jour. Theoretical Biology 17 (Dec. 1967):441-446.
1064. D. C. Reanney, R. K. Ralph; "A Speculation on the Origin of the Genetic Code"; Journal of Theoretical Biology 15 (April, 1967):41-52.
1065. D. S. Chernavskii, N. M. Chernavskaya; "Some Theoretical Aspects of the Problem of Life Origin"; Journal of Theoretical Biology 50 (March, 1975):13-23.
1066. Frank Papentin; "Experiments on Protein Evolution and Evolutionary Aspects of the Genetic Code"; Journal of Theoretical Biology 39 (May, 1973): 417-430.
1067. Arthur E. Martell, Melvin Calvin (UC); Chemistry of the Metal Chelate Compounds; (Prentice-Hall, Inc., N. Y.; 1952).
1068. J. E. Falk; Porphyrins and Metalloporphyrins; (Elsevier Publishing Co., N. Y.; 1964).
1069. A. Vannotti; Porphyrins; (Hilger & Watts, Ltd., London; 1954). Transl. form the German, by C. Rimington.
1070. Ernest Baldwin (Prof. of Biochem., Univ. of London); An Introduction to Comparative Biochemistry; (Cambridge University Press, Cambridge; 1964). 4th Edition.
1071. A. J. Meadows (Astro. Dept., Univ. of Leicester); "Planetary and Space Environments"; Journal of the British Interplanetary Society 21 (March, 1968):2-11.
1072. J. Oró (Depts. of Chem. & Biophysical Sciences, Univ. of Houston, Texas); "Synthesis of Organic Molecules by Physical Agencies"; J. B. I. S. 21 (March, 1968):12-25.
1073. A. E. Needham (Dept. Zoology, Oxford); "Uniqueness of Biological Materials"; J. B. I. S. 21 (March, 1968):26-37.
1074. Anthony Allison (Natnl. Inst. for Medical Research. London); "Possible Forms of Life"; J. B. I. S. 21 (March, 1968):48-51.
1075. Gerhard O. Kremp (Dept. of Geochronology, Univ. of Arizona, Tucson); "Observations on Fossil - like Objects in the Orgueil Meteorite"; JBIS 2 (March, 1968):99-112.
1076. M. H. Briggs (Schering Chemical, Sussex); "Evolutionary Biochemistry"; JBIS 21 (June, 1968):113-121.
1077. Vlastimil Liebl, Jitka Lieblová; "Coacervate Systems and Life"; JBIS 21 (Sept, 1918):295-312.
1078. Raymond Dyer (Oastler College, Huddersfield, G. B.); "Organic-Inorganic systems and Life"; JBIS 22 (April 1969):141-148.
1079. G. S. Robinson (Inst. of air and Space Law, McGill, Univ.); "Ecological Foundations of Haley's Metalaw"; JBIS 22 (August 1969):266-274.
1080. Krishna Bahadur, S. Ranganayanaki (Chem. Dept., Allahabad Univ., India); "The Photochemical Formation of Self-Sustaining Coacervates"; JBIS 23 (Dec. 1970):813-829.
1081. Anthony R. Martin; "The Effects of Drag on Relativistic Spaceflight"; JBIS 25 (Nov. 1972):643-653.
1082. "Black Hole at the Centre of Our Galaxy?" JBIS 26 (March, 1973): 187.
1083. "The Universe as a Black Hole"; JBIS 26 (April, 1973): 250-251.
1084. Conley Powell, Ottfried J. Hahn; "Propulsion System Optimization for Interstellar Probes"; JBIS 26 (June, 1973):334-342.
1085. Conley Powell; "Propulsion System Optimization for a Single -Stage Constant - Thrust Relativistic Rocket"; JBIS 26 (August, 1973): 466-474.
1086. N. H. Langton; "The Erosion of Interstellar Drag Screens"; JBIS 26 (August 1973):481-484.
1087. "Black Holes in Quasi - stellar Objects?" JBIS 26 (September 1973): 563.
1088. Anthony R. Martin; "The Detection of Extrasolar Planetary Systems. Part II: Discussion of Astrometric Results"; JBIS 27 (December 1974): 881-906.
1089. A. T. Lawton, S. J. Newton; "Long Delayed Echoes -- The Trojan Ionosphere"; JBIS 27 (December 1974):907-920.
1090. G. R. Richards; "Project Daedalus: The Navigation Problem"; JBIS 28 (March, 1975):150-160.
1091. Gerald M. Anderson; "Some Problems in Communications with Relativistic Interstellar rockets"; JBIS 28 (March, 1975):168-174.
1092. Anthony R. Martin; "The Detection of Extrasolar Planetary Systems. Part III: Review of Recent Developments"; JBIS 28 (March, 1975): 182-190.
1093. A. T. Lawton; "Conference Report: International CETI Review Meeting 1974"; JBIS 28 (March, 1975):220-222.
1094. Peter M. Molton; "The Multiplicity of Potential Living System Based on C. H. O. N. "; JBIS 28 (June, 1975):392-398.
1095. A. J. Fennelly, G. L. Matoff, G. Frye; "Photometric Detection of Extrasolar Planets Using LST-Type Telescopes"; JBIS 28 (June, 1975):399-404.
1096. "A Gravitational Lens?" JBIS 28 (June, 1975): 436.
1097. "Space Report: Message to Messier 13"; JBIS 28 (June, 1975):437-439.
1098. "Viking Photographs Mysterious Letters and Numbers"; San Jose Mercury, July 25, 1976, p. 3.
1099. Peter Bielkowicz (USAF Inst. of Technology, Wright-Patterson AFB, Ohio); "A Voyage to a Neutron Star"; JBIS 28 (Aug. 1975):523-545.
1100. Grover J. D. Schock, ed.; Bioengineering; Proceedings of the First Annual Rocky Mountain bioengineering Symposium, USAF Academy (Colorado), May 4-5, 1964. Technical Session II . "The Search for Extraterrestrial Life", pp. 75-112. {*}
1101. Prof. A. M. Low; "Science and Interplanetary Communication"; JBIS I (July, 1934): 25.
1102. P. E. Cleator; "Extra-Terrestrial Life"; JBIS 2 (May, 1935):3-4.
1103. A. C. Clarke; "The Challenge of the Spaceship"; JBIS 6 (December, 1946):66-81.
1104. A. C. Clarke; "Astronautics and Poetry"; Bulletin of the BIS 2 (Feb. 1947):21-24.
1105. O. B. Howell; "Communications from Space"; JBIS 7 (July, 1948): 176.
1106. E. R. Nye; "The Possibility of Potentially Pathogenic Organisms Occurring on Another Planet"; JBIS 9 (March, 1950):62-63.
1107. James Harper; "Potentially Pathogenic Organisms or Another Planet"; JBIS 9 (Sept. 1950):254-5.
1108. Edwin R. Nye; "Planetary Bacteria"; JBIS 9 (November, 1950): 302.
1109. Bruce M. Adkins; "Antigravity"; JBIS 9 (November, 1950): 303.
1110. A. C. Clarke; "Space - Travel in Fact and Fiction"; JBIS 9 (September, 1950):213-230.
1111. L. R. Shepherd; "Interstellar Flight"; JBIS II (July, 1952):149-167.
1112. Lancelot Hogben; "Astroglossa, or First Steps in Celestial Syntax"; JBIS II (Nov. 1952):258-274.
1113. E. Burgess, C. A. Cross; "The Martian Probe"; JBIS 12 (March, 1953):72-74.
1114. H. R. Mattinson; "Project Daedalus: Astronomical Data on Nearby Stellar Systems"; JBIS 29 (February, 1976):76-93.
1115. Conley Powell; "System Optimization for the Ram-Augmented Interstellar Rocket"; JBIS 29 (February 1976):136-142.
1116. Conley Powell; "Heating and Drag at Relativistic Speeds"; JBIS 28 (August, 1975):546-552.
1117. Conley Powell; "Flight Dynamics of the Ram-Augmented Interstellar Rocket"; JBIS 28 (August, 1975):553-562.
1118. G. R. Richards; "Planetary Detection from an Interstellar Probe"; JBIS 28 (Aug. 1975):579-585.
1119. "Satellite Searching Stars for Signals"; JBIS 28 (August, 1975): 586.
1120. Sebastian von Hoerner; "Population Explosion and Interstellar Expansion"; JBIS 28 (November 1975):691-712.
1121. Krafft A. Ehricke; "A Long-Range Perspective and Some Fundamental Aspects of Interstellar Evolution"; JBIS 28 (November, 1975):713-734.
1122. Bob Parkinson; "The Starship as a Philosophical Vehicle"; JBIS 28 (Nov. 1975):745-750 (See Gen. Ref.).
1123. A. T. Lawton; "Star Trekking: Whose Sun Are You?" Spaceflight 16 (July, 1974):255-257, 280.
1124. George Sassoon; "A Correlation of Long-Delay Radio Echoes and The Moon's Orbit"; Spaceflight 16 (July, 1974):258-264.
1125. A. T. Lawton, S. J. Newton; "Long Delayed Echoes: The Search for a Solution"; Spaceflight 16 (May, 1974):181-187, 195.
1126. N. J. Spall; "Extraterrestrial Contact"; Spaceflight 16 (May, 1974):199-200.
1127. "A Galactic Sputnik?" Spaceflight 16 (March, 1974): 105.
1128. NASA Staff; "Project Viking"; Spaceflight 15 (September, 1973):322-329.
1129. Dr. P. M. Molton; "Is Anyone Out There?" Spaceflight 15 (July, 1973):246-251. (See Gen. Ref.).
1130. Joseph W. Morgan; "Superrelativistic Interstellar Flight"; Spaceflight 15 (July, 1973):252-254.
1131. P. S. Gooch, W. A. Basztyk; "Will 'They' Look Like Us?" Spaceflight 15 (June, 1973): 238.
1132. P. M. Molton; "Terrestrial Biochemistry in Perspective: Some Other Possibilities"; Spaceflight 15 (April 1073):134-144.
1133. Chris Stevens; "Matter Transmitters"; Spaceflight 15 (April 1973): 158.
1134. P. M. Molton; "Limitations of Terrestrial Life"; Spaceflight 15 (January 1973):27-30.
1135. Conley Powell; "Interstellar Flight and Intelligence in the Universe"; Spaceflight 14 (December 1972):442-447.
1136. G. V. Faster; "Non-Human Artifacts in the Solar System"; Spaceflight 14 (December 1972):447-453.
1137. N. J. Spall; "Will 'They' Look Like Us?" Spaceflight 14 (November, 1972): 437.
1138. "'Spider' Robot"; Spaceflight 16 (February, 1974): 74
1139. A. T. Lawton; "The Interpretation of Signals from Space"; Spaceflight 15 (April, 1973):132-137.
1140. Michael A. G. Michaud; "Probing Tau Ceti"; Spaceflight 15 (September 1973): 360. A. T. Lawton replies.
1141. David Baker; "Report from Jupiter"; Spaceflight 17 (March, 1975):102-107.
1142. "CETI in Amsterdam", 3rd Annual CETI Review Meeting, Int'l. Ast. Congress, Amsterdam (4 0ct., 1974); Spaceflight 17 (March, 1975): 109-110. {*}
1143. "Canadian CETI Probe"; Spaceflight 17 (February 1975): 64.
1144. E. J. Coffey; "Characteristics of Life"; Spaceflight 17 (October, 1975): 376.
1145. "NASA's Smart Robot"; Spaceflight 17 (January 1975):16-17.
1146. "Planetary Quarantine Orbits"; Spaceflight 14 (August 1972): 314.
1147. R. P. Haviland; "On the Search for Extrasolar Intelligence"; Spaceflight 14 (June, 1972):217-219, 223.
1148. Dr. P. M. Molton; "Exobiology, Jupiter, and Life"; Spaceflight 14 (June, 1972):220-223.
1149. James Strong; "Starship Optical Effects"; Spaceflight 14 (June, 1972):239-240.
1150. Dr. P. M. Molton; "Spontaneous Generation and Chemical Evolution"; Spaceflight 14 (May, 1972):187-191.
1151. "Galactic Wakes"; Spaceflight 14 (February, 1972): 73.
1152. "Origin of Life"; Spaceflight 13 (December, 1971):458-459.
1153. L. C. Wiltshire; Interstellar Travel"; Spaceflight 13 (December 1971): 479
1154. Krafft A. Ehricke; "Astrogenic Environments: The Effect of Stellar Spectral Classes on the Evolutionary Pace of Life"; Spaceflight 14 (June, 1972):2-14.
1155. Anthony R. Martin; "Some Limitations of the Interstellar Ramjet"; Spaceflight 14 (January 1972):21-25.
1156. David Dooling, Jr.; "Controlled Thermonuclear Fusion for Space Propulsion"; Spaceflight 14 (January 1972):26-27.
1157. "Technetium Stars"; Spaceflight 14 (January 1972): 33.
1158. A. T. Lawton; "Startalk -- The Problems of Interstellar Communication"; Spaceflight 13 (July, 1971):241-244.
1159. Alan Bond; "Problems of Interstellar Propulsion"; Spaceflight 13 (July, 1971):245-251.
1160. James Strong; "Trans-Stellar Navigation"; Spaceflight 13 (July, 1971):252-255.
1161. A. T. Lawton; "Infra-red Interstellar Communication"; Spaceflight 13 (March, 1971):83-85.
1162. Walter A. Elliott; "Some Comments on 'The Phenomenon of Time Dilation'-2"; Spaceflight 13 (March, 1971):86-87, 120.
1163. "CV Serpentis has Stopped Eclipsing!" Spaceflight 13 (March, 1971):111-112.
1164. D. F. Lawden; "Correspondence: 'The Phenomenon of Time Dilation'"; Spaceflight 13 (March, 1971): 119.
1165. B. A. Gooden; "The Phenomenon of Time Dilation"; Spaceflight 13 (march, 1971): 120.
1166. D. F. A. Edwards; "The Last Frontier"; Spaceflight 12 (Sept. 1970):374-377.
1167. A. V. Cleaver; "Some Comments on 'The Phenomenon of Time Dilation"; Spaceflight 12 (September 170):378-379, 388.
1168. B. A. Gooden; "Hibernation, Hypothermia, and Interplanetary Flight"; Spaceflight 12 (April 1970):167-169, 173.
1169. James Strong; "Which Highway to the Stars?" Spaceflight 12 (April, 1970):174-177.
1170. D. F. Lawden; "The Phenomenon of Time Dilation"; Spaceflight 12 (April, 1970):178-179, 183.
1171. M. Vertregt; "Cosmic Squeak and Gibber"; Spaceflight 7 (July, 1965):122-128.
1172. V, A. Firsoff; "Possible Alternative Chemistries of Life"; Spaceflight 7 (July, 1965):132-136.
1173. "Call Sings from Space?" Spaceflight 7 (September 1965): 165-167.
1174. Dr. I. J. Good; "The Human Preserve"; Spaceflight 7 (September 1965):167-170.
1175. Dr. R. C. Parkinson; "Intelligence and Communication"; Spaceflight 7 (November 1965): 209
1176. C. M. Cade; "Communicating with Life in Space"; Discovery 24 (May, 1963):36-41.
1177. C. H. L. Goodman, J. Lees; "Chemistry at Very High Pressures"; Discovery 24 (August 1963):15-19.
1178. G. H. Beale; "Inheritance Without Genes"; Discovery 25 (November 1964):23-27.
1179. J. M. Smail (Li. B.); "Some Legal Problems of Space Travel"; Spaceflight 3 (November 1961):206-209.
1180. Cartoon; Spaceflight I (January 1958): 219
1181. S. W. Greenwood; "Correspondence"; Spaceflight I (April, 1958): 261.
1182. G. A. Tikhov; "What is Astrobotany?" Spaceflight 2 (July, 1959):74-77.
1183. E. Conrad Miller; "Ethics and Space Travel"; Spaceflight 4 (July, 1962): 139.
1184. Prof. H. J. Muller (Indiana Univ., Bloomington); "Life Forms to be Expected Elsewhere Than on Earth"; Spaceflight 5 (May, 1963): 74-85.
1185. Michael H. Briggs; "Origin of Life"; Spaceflight 5 (July, 1963):147-148.
1186. S. W. Greenwood; "Extra-terrestrial Man"; Spaceflight 6 (January 1964): 30
1187. H. E. Ross; "A Contribution to Astrosociology"; Spaceflight 6 (July, 1964):120-124.
1188. The Possibility of Intelligent Life Elsewhere in the Universe; Report prepared for the Committee on Science and Technology, U. S. House of Representatives, 94th Congress, 1st Session, by the Science Policy Research Division, Congressional Research Service, Library of Congress, Washington, 1975.
1189. Jacques Vallée; The Invisible College; (E. P. Dutton & Co., Inc., N. Y.; 1975).
1190. John G. Taylor; The New Physics; (Basic Books, Inc., Publishers, N. Y.; 1972).
1191. Allen Broms; Our Emerging Universe; (Doubleday & Company, Inc., N. Y.; 1961).
1192. Clive Kilmister; The Nature of the Universe; (E. P. Dutton & Co., Inc., N. Y.; 1971).
1193. A. C. Clarke; "Review: Flying Saucers Have Landed"; JBIS 13 (March, 1954):114-122.
1194. A. V. Cleaver; "Electrogravitics: What It Is -Or Might Be"; JBIS 16 (April 1957):84-94.
1195. Andrew G. Haley; "Space Law and Metalaw: Jurisdiction Defined"; JBIS 16 (July/August 1958):412-482.
1196. Freddy Ba Hli; "Correspondence: Electrical Theory of Gravity"; JBIS 16 (September/October 1958):540-542.
1197. D. J. Cashmore, C. N. Gordon; "Correspondence: Electrical Theory of Gravity"; JBIS 16 (November/December 1958):586-587.
1198. Larry E. Johnson, Freddy Ba Hli; "Correspondence: Electrical Theory of Gravity"; JBIS 17 (October 1959):140-141.
1199. D. J. Cashmore, C. N. Gordon; "Correspondence: Electrical Theory of Gravity"; JBIS 17 (February 1960): 217
1200. W. Short; "A Radioisotope Propulsion System"; JBIS 17 (December 1960):453-458.
1201. Freddy Ba Hli, E. Okress, Jr.; "Correspondence: Electrical Theory of Gravity"; JBIS 17 (August 1960):385-386.
1202. E. Okress; "Correspondence: Electrical Theory of Gravity"; JBIS 18 (December 1961): 254
1203. John Cobb Cooper; "Extraterrestrial Life and Space Lawyers"; JBIS 19 (May/June, 1963): 101.
1204. E. Conrad Miller; "Extraterrestrial Life"; JBIS 19 (Nov. /December 1963): 263.
1205. John C. Cooper; "Extraterrestrial Life"; JBIS 19 (Jan. /February 1964): 302.
1206. J. L. Smith; "Extraterrestrial life": JBIS 19 (July/August 1964): 447.
1207. Isaac Asimov; "Titanic Surprise"; Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction 49 (July, 1975):135-144.
1208. I. Asimov; "The Rocketing Dutchman"; Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction 48 (Feb. 1975):123-134.
1209. Edward Wellen; "Origins of Galactic Law"; Galaxy 6 (April, 1953): 87-95.
1210. Willy Ley; "Mars"; Galaxy 5 (November, 1952):103-104.
1211. Willy Ley; "Homemade Pseudocells"; Galaxy 7 (December 1953): 52-54.
1212. Willy Ley; "Legs and Wings"; Galaxy 4 (August, 1952):52-53.
1213. Murray Leinster; "First Contact"; in Robert Silverberg, ed.; Science Fiction Hall of fame; (Avon Books, N. Y. 1970): pp. 310-343. (S/F)
1214. Ben Bova; The New Astronomies; (Mentor books, St. Martin's Press, N. Y.; 1974).
1215. Max H. Flindt, Otto O. Binder; Mankind - Child of the Stars; (Fawcett Publications, Inc., Greenwich, Connecticut; 1974).
1216. William Howells; "The Evolution of 'Humans' on Other Planets"; Discovery 22 (June, 1961):237-241.
1217. V. Axel Firsoff; "An Ammonia-Based Life"; Discovery 23 (January, 1962):36-42.
1218. Kenelm Burridge (lecturer in ethnology, Oxford Univ.); 'The Cargo Cult"; Discovery 23 (Feb. 1962):22-27.
1219. Douglas Wilkie (reader, Dept. of Physiology, Univ. College, London); "Man-Powered Flight"; Discovery 23 (June, 1962):27-31.
1220. C. M. Cade; "Thunderbolts as the X-Weapon"; Discovery 23 (November 1962):23-28.
1221. Erich von Däniken; Gods From Outer Space; (G. P. Putnam's Sons; N. Y.; 1970).
1222. Bonnie Dalzell; "Hexapedia"; Galaxy 37 (May, 1976):68-72.
1223. Jerry Pournelle; "On Cultures Beyond the Earth"; Galaxy 37 (February, 1976):37-45.
1224. Christopher J. Henrich; monopole drive; Galaxy 37 (Feb. 1976): 155-156.
1225. A. H. Klotz; monopole drives 37 (July, 1976): 156.
1226. Jerry Pournelle, Larry Niven; "Building the Mote in God's Eye"; Galaxy 37 (Jan. 1976):92-113.
1227. Jerry Pournelle; "Fuzzy Black Holes Have No Hair"; Galaxy 36 (Jan. 1975):83-87.
1228. Willy Ley (Deceased, 1969); "The Drowned Civilization"; Galaxy 28 (April, 1969):185-189.
1229. Peter. G. Kevan (Research Unit, Vector Pathology, Memorial Univ. of Newfoundland, Canada); "Sun-Tracking Solar Furnaces in High Arctic Flowers: Significance for Pollination and Insects"; Science 189 (Aug. 29, 1975):723-726.
1230. Fr. Clifford Stevens; "God and Man and Outer Space"; Liguorian 59 (Nov. 1971):13-15.
1231. L. G. Miller (*editor of Liguorian); "Other Life in Outer Space?" Liguorian 54 (May, 1966):39-43.
1232. Yale Mintz; "The Energy Budget and Atmospheric Circulation on a Synchronously Rotating Planet"; Icarus I (September 1962):172-173.
1233. F. D. Stacey; "The Theory of Creep in Rocks and the Problem of Convection in the Earth's Mantle"; Icarus I (January, 1963):304-313.
1234. Dilhan Ezer, A. G. W. Cameron; "The Early Evolution of the Sun"; Icarus I (April, 1963):422-441.
1235. S. M. Siegel, C. Giumarro; "Survival and Growth of Terrestrial Microorganisms in Ammonia-Rich Atmospheres"; Icarus 4 (April, 1965): 37-40.
1236. E. Packer, S. Scher, C. Sagan; "Biological Contamination of Mars II. Cold and Aridity as Constraints on the survival of Terrestrial Microorganisms in Simulated Martian Environments"; Icarus 2 (Nov. 1963) 293-316.
1237. Zdenek Kopal; "Stress History of the Moon and of Terrestrial Planets"; Icarus 2 (Dec. 1963):376-395.
1238. Carl Sagan, Joshua Lederberg; "The Prospects for Life on Mars: A Pre-Viking Assessment"; Icarus 28 (June, 1976):291-300.
1239. Eric M. Jones; "Colonization of the Galaxy"; Icarus 28 (July, 1976):421-422.
1240. David Morrison; "Can Internal Heat Contribute to the High Surface Temperature of Venus?" Icarus 28 (July, 1976):423-424.
1241. F. J. Donahoe; "On the Abundance of Earth-like Planets"; Icarus 5 (May, 1966):303-304.
1242. S. Miyamoto; "Martian Atmosphere and Crust"; Icarus 5 (July, 1966):360-374.
1243. Peter Goldreich, Steven Soter; "Q in the Solar System"; Icarus 5 (July, 1966):375-389.
1244. Brian T. O'Leary; "On the Occurrence and Nature of Planets Outside the Solar System"; Icarus 5 (July, 1966); 419-436.
1245. Shiv S. Kumar (Univ. of Va.); "On Planets and Black Dwarfs"; Icarus 6 (Jan. 1967):136-137.
1246. Dian R. Hitchcock, James E. Lovelock; "Life Detection by Atmospheric Analysis"; Icarus 7 (September, 1967):149-159.
1247. F. A. Tsitsin (State Astronomical Institute, Moscow, USSR); "The Cosmos and Intelligent Creatures"; Priroda, No. 11, Moscow (1965): 94-100 (In NASA No. 66-18064).
1248. Molecular Evolution Research; 6th Annual Report, Institute of Molecular Evolution, University of Miami, Sept. 30, (NASA No. 71-24022).
1249. Horacio Marco Moll; "Bioastronautics and Extraterrestrial Life"; Revista de Aeronáutica y Astronáutica 30 (September 1970): 663-673. (NASA No. 71-20187).
1250. Egmont Koch; "Terrestrial Organisms Survive in Simulated Jupiter Atmosphere"; trans. of Sterne und Weltraum 10 (March, 1971):72-74. (NASA No. 71-33588).
1251. D. B. Hoffman, A. N. Kontaratos; "Biological Generalizations and the Search for Extraterrestrial life"; TR-69-710-1 (Jan. 22, 1969). (NASA No. 69-34883).
1252. David G. Ashworth; "Convection in Planetary Mantles"; Icarus 8 (January 1968):40-53.
1253. B. W. Pendred, I. P. Williams; "The Formation on the Planets"; Icarus 8 (January 1968):129-137.
1254. A. M. Molchanov; "The Resonant Structure of the Solar System"; Icarus 8 (March, 1968):203-215.
1255. J. D. Halajian, J. Reichman; "Correlation of Mechanical and Thermal Properties of the Lunar Surface"; Icarus 10 (March, 1969):179-196.
1256. Fritz Woeller, Cyril Ponnamperuma*; "Organic Synthesis in a Simulated Jovian Atmosphere"; Icarus 10 (May, 1969):386-392. (*Ames Research center, NASA, Exobiology Dinsies, Moffett Field, Ca).
1257. G. S. Golitzyn; "A Similarity Approach to the General Circulation of Planetary Atmospheres"; Icarus 13 (July, 1970):1-24.
1258. Stephen H. Dole; "Computer Simulation of the Formation of Planetary Systems"; Icarus 13 (November 1970):494-508.
1259. Frank Rosenblatt; "A Two-Color Photometric Method for Detection of Extra - Solar Planetary Systems"; Icarus 14 (February 1971): 71-93.
1260. "Report of the COSPAR Panel on Planetary Quarantine, Leningrad, May 1970"; Icarus 14 (Feb. 1971):112-120.
1261. "Report to the Consultative Group on the Potentially Harmful Effects of Space Experiments from the Panel on Planetary Quarantine"; Icarus II (Sept, 1969):221-224.
1262. Ernan McMullin (Dept. of Philosophy, Univ. of Notre Dame, Ind.); Book Review of Ref. #71; Icarus 14 (April, 1971):291-294.
1263. J. G. Kreifeldt; "A Formulation for the Number of Communicative Civilizations in the Galaxy"; Icarus 14 (June, 1971):419-430.
1264. Wilbur K. Brown; "A Solar System Formation Model based on Supernova Shell Fragmentation"; Icarus 15 (August 1971):120-134.
1265. John S. Lewis; "Satellites of the Outer Planets: Their Physical and Chemical Nature"; Icarus 15 (October, 1971):174-185.
1266. Gregory L. Matloff; "Photometric Color Indices of Extrasolar Planets"; Icarus 15 (Oct. 1971):341-342.
1267. Carl Sagan; "The Long Winter of Martian Biology: A Speculation"; Icarus 15 (Dec. 1971):511-514.
1268. R. L. Bogner et al.; "Studies of Radioactivity and Hydrothermal Processes in Protobiochemistry on Earth and the Moon"; CR-84414 (March, 1967), NASA No. 67-27373.
1269. M. A. Voronin; "In Quest of Signs of Civilization in Other Worlds"; Priroda, No. 11, 1962, pp. 78-83. (NASA (March, 1964). TT-F-8590/No. 66-27191).
1270. Josef Dvorak (Aviation Physiology Lab., Prague) (M. D., \CSSR); "Manned Space Flights"; FTD-TT-62-7 (NASA No. 64-24496). (1960) (pp. 185-218).
1271. Vaclav Bumba (*Postdoc., Phys. & math.) (lecturer, Prague Univ.), Docent Luboš Perek (\CSSR); "Galaxies and the Universe"; No. 64-24500 (pp. 338-363).
1272. *Milan Blaha, Prof. D. C. Ae., Jan Bukovsky; "A Trip Beyond the Solar System"; No. 64-24502 (pp. 381-409).
1273. *Josip Kleczek (*Postdoc., Phys. & math.); "Life on the Planets of Other Suns"; No. 64-24503 (pp. 411-426).
1274. Ivo Budil, ed.; To the Near and Distant Universe; Rozhlasova Universita, Praha Orbis, 1960; Transl. NASA No. 64-24489-24503 (FTO-TT-62-7/1+2+3+4); July 16, 1963. {*}
1275. Bradford A. Smith, Susan A. Smith; "Upper Limits for an Atmosphere on Io"; Icarus 17 (Aug. 1972):218-222.
1276. N. N. Kroupenio (Inst. for Space Research, Acad. of Sci., Moscow); "Some Characteristics of the Venus surface"; Icarus 17 (Dec. 1972): 692-698.
1277. William K. Hartmann; "Interplanet Variations in Sale of Center Morphology - Earth, Mars, Moon"; Icarus 17 (December 1972):707-713.
1278. Su-Shu Huang (Dept. Astron., North western Univ, Evanston, Ill.); "Extrasolar Planetary Systems"; Icarus 18 (March, 1973):339-376. (See Gen. Ref.).
1279. T. V. Johnson, T. R. McGetchin; "Topography on Satellite Surface and the Shape of asteroids"; Icarus 18 (April 1973):612-620.
1280. Carl Sagan; "The Greenhouse of Titan"; Icarus 18 (April, 1973):649-656.
1281. James B. Pollack; "Greenhouse Models of the Atmosphere of Titan"; Icarus 19 (May, 1973):43-58.
1282. Joseph A. Burns, Martin Harwit; "Towards a More Habitable Mars -- or -- The Coming Martian Spring"; Icarus 19 (May, 1973):126-130.
1283. F. H. C. Crick, L. E. Orgel; "Directed Panspermia"; Icarus 19 (July, 1973):341-346.
1284. John A. Ball; "The Zoo Hypothesis'; Icarus 19 (July 19, 1973):341-349.
1285. Carl Sagan; "On the Detectivity of Advanced Galactic Civilizations"; Icarus 19 (July, 1973):350-352.
1286. Robert S. Dixon; "A Search Strategy for Finding Extraterrestrial Radio Beacons"; Icarus 20 (October 1973):187-199.
1287. M. Ya. Marov et al.; "Preliminary Results on the Venus Atmosphere from the Venera 8 Descent Module"; Icarus 20 (December 1973):407-421.
1288. Carl Sagan; "Planetary Engineering on Mars"; Icarus 20 (December 1973):513-514.
1289. Edward Argyle; "On the Observability of Extrasolar Planetary Systems; Icarus 21 (Feb. 1974):199-201.
1290. Michael H. Hart; "A Possible Atmosphere for Pluto"; Icarus 21 (March, 1974):242-247.
1291. M. Nafi Toksöz, David H. Johnston; "The Evolution of the Moon"; Icarus 21 (April, 1974):389-414.
1292. R. R. Hodges, Jr., J. H. Hoffman, Francis S. Johnson; "The Lunar Atmosphere"; Icarus 21 (April, 1974):415-426.
1293. Lynn Margulis, J. E. Lovelock; "Biological Modulation of the Earth's Atmosphere"; Icarus 21 (April, 1974):471-489.
1294. W. R. Chappell, Robert R. Meglen, D. D. Runnels; "Comments on 'Directed Panspermia"; Icarus 21 (April, 1974):513-515.
1295. Thomas H. Jukes; "Sea-water and the Origins of Life"; Icarus 21 (April, 1974):516-517.
1296. L. E. Orgel; "Reply: 'Comments on 'Directed Panspermia' and 'Seawater and the Origin of Life"; Icarus 21 (April, 1974): 518.
1297. Donald M. Hunten; "The Atmosphere of Titan"; Icarus 22 (May, 1974); 111-116.
1298. Mack Gipson, Jr., Victor K. Ablordeppey; "Pyramidal Structures on Mars"; Icarus 22 (June, 1974):197-204.
1299. William K. Hartmann; "Martian and Terrestrial Paleoclimatology: Relevance of Solar Variability; Icarus 22 (July, 1974); 301-311.
1300. T. A. Heppenheimer; "Outline of a Theory of Planetary Formation in Binary Systems"; Icarus 22 (August, 1974):436-447.
1301. Akiva Bar-Nun; "Thunderstorms on Jupiter"; Icarus 24 (January 1975):86-94.
1302. Peter H. Stone; "The Atmosphere of Uranus"; Icarus 24 (March, 1975):292-298.
1303. Thomas Scattergood, Peter Lesser, Tobias Owen; "Production of Organic Molecules in the Outer System by Proton Irradiation: Laboratory Simulations"; Icarus 24 (April, 1975):465-471.
1304. Michael Martin Nieto; "The Titus-Bode Law and the Possibility of Recent Large-Scale Evolution in the Solar System"; Icarus 25 (May, 1975):171-174.
1305. B. M. Oliver; "Proximity of Galactic Civilizations"; Icarus 25 (June, 1975):360-367.
1306. J. Freeman, M. Lampton; "Interstellar Archeology and the Prevalence of intelligence"; Icarus 25 (June, 1975):368-369.
1307. Carl Sagan, Paul Fox; "The Canals of Mars; An Assessment Offer Mariner 9"; Icarus 25 (August, 1975):602-612.
1308. S. G. Schulman; "On the Possibility of Exotic Biochemistries"; NASA CR-104095, TR-68-710-9 (No. 69-34670). (1969).
1309. C. F. Kelly et al.; "Chronic Acceleration Studies - Physiological responses to Artificial Alterations in Weight"; NASA CR-77449 (No. 66-35168).
1310. A. N. Kvashin, L. I. Miroshnichenko; "Is There Life on Venus"; NASA CR - 100549, Co. No. NAS -5-12487 (No. 69-22323). (March 18, 1969). Priroda, No. 11, pp. 77, Izd-vo "Nauka", 1968
1311. Hong-Yee Chiu; "Symposium on UFO's - Book Review"; Icarus 9 (1968):439-440.
1312. Review of University of Colorado Report on UFO's, by a Panel of the National Academy of Sciences; Icarus 11 (November, 1969): 440-443. Comments follow by J. E. McDonald (pp. 443-447) and Hong - Yee Chiu (447-450).
1313. The Viking Mission to Mars; publ. by Martin Marietta Corporation, Denver, Colorado; 1975. [Copy permission: Publ. Relations Dept, RO. Box 179, Zip 80201]
1314. Hong-Yee Chiu (NASA Institute for Space Studies & Columbia Univ.); Neutrino Astrophysics; (Gordon and Breach, N. Y.; 1965).
1315. G. L. Verschuur; "A Search for Narrow Band 21-cm Wavelength Signals from Ten Nearby Stars"; Icarus 19 (July, 1973):329-340.
1316. Vsevolod S. Troitskii, A. M. Starodubtsev, L. I. Gershtein, V. L. Rakhlin; "Search for Monochromatic 927-MHz Radio Emission from Near Stars"; Soviet Astronomy -- AJ 15 (November/December 1971):508-510.
1317. Carl Sagan; "Direct Contact Among Galactic Civilizations by Relativistic Interstellar Spaceflight"; Planetary and Space Science 11 (May, 1963):485-498 (See Gen. Ref.).
1318. Melvin P. Silverman* (Dept. of Geology & Geophysics, Yale Univ., New Haven, Conn. 06520), Vance I. Oyama, Edward L. Merek, *; "A Search for Viable Organisms in a Lunar Sample"; Science 167 (Jan. 30, 1970):773-775.
1319. E. S. Barghoorn, Delbert Phillpott, Charles Turnbill; "Micropaleontological Study of Lunar Material"; Science 167 (January, 30, 1970): 775.
1320. Nikolaj S. Kardashev; "Transmission of Information by Extraterrestrial Civilizations"; Soviet Astronomy - AJ 8 (September/October 1964): 217-221.
1321. M. Alexander; "Possible Contamination of Earth by Lunar or Martian Life"; Nature 222 (May 3, 1969):432-433.
1322. James C. G. Walker*; "The Search for Signals from Extraterrestrial Civilizations": Nature 241 (February 9, 1973):379-381.
1323. Star Trek/ Space science Convention, Oakland, California. (August 7-8, 1976) [G. Soffen (Viking Chief Scientist), Jesco von Puttkamer (Space Scientist), Andrew Fraknoi (Prof. Astro., Canada College), Cary Joels (NASA/Ames), Eric Bur].
1324. William Shatner, narr.; "Universe", a NASA film (1976). (At#1323).
1325. Carl Sagan, in "Mars: The Search Begins", a JPL film on pre Viking (1925) (Shown at #1323).
1326. Erich von Däniken; Chariots of the Gods; (Souvenir Press, G. P. Putnam's Sons, N. Y.; 1969). transl. by Michael Heron. (See#876 -Ate Morie).
1327. Peter Kolosimo; Not of This World; (University Books, Inc, N, J.; 1971).
1328. Alan Landsburg, Sally Landsburg; In Search of Ancients Mysteries; (Bantam Books, Inc., N. Y.; 1974).
1329. L. Sulimenko (Lecturer, Candidate of Technical Sciences, Moscow); "Lecturer-Chemist, Theorizes on Extraterrestrial Life"; Sovetskaya Rossiya, in Russian, (12 October 1972), p. 4. In "Theories on Extraterrestrial Life", JPRS - 57744 (U. S. Govt. Publ. #20467, 12 Dec. 1972) pp. 1-2.
1330. A. Kolmogorov* (Soviet Academician, mathematics Moscow), interview by V. Belokon'; "Academician Discusses Possibility of Extraterrestrial Civilizations"; Literaturnaya Gazeta, in Russian, No. 18, September 1972, p. 12. In (#1329) (CJPRS-57744):3-5.
1331. B. N. Panovkin (Candidate of Physico-Mathematical Sciences, Moscow); "Extraterrestrial Civilizations-Problems and Considerations"; Priroda in Russian, No. 7, 1971, pp. 56-61. In JPRS-54590, 30 Nov. 1971, (U. S. Govt. Publ. #882 (January 1972), pp. 1-14.
1332. Clifford Stevens; "The Cosmic Adventure: A Challenge To Theology"; Liturgical Arts (courtesy of Rev. Clifford Stevens).
1333. Joseph McLellan; "Wanted: Space Age Theology"; courtesy of Rev. C. Stevens).
1334. "Theological Think Tanks"; Time (Jan. 24, 1969). (Courtesy of Rev. C. Stevens.
1335. Clifford Stevens; "God and Space Travel"; Sunday World-Herald Magazine of the Midlands (June 13, 1971):5-6 (Courtesy of Rev. Clifford Stevens).
1336. "Proposed Studies on the Implications of Peaceful Space Activities for Human Affairs"; prepared for NASA by I the Brookings Institution; Report of the Committee on Science and Astronautics, U. S. House of Representatives, March 24, 1961, 87th Congress, U. S. Govt. Printing Office, Wash., D. C., Also available: House report, 87th Congress, No. 242 (1961). {*}
1337. Gerrit L. Verschuur (Fiske Planetarium, Dept. of Astrogeophysics, Univ. of Colorado); The Invisible Universe; (Springer-Verlag, N. Y.; 1974).
1338. J. S. Hey; The Radio Universe; (Pergamon Press, N. Y.; 1971).
1339. J. S. Hey; The Evolution of Radio Astronomy; Science History Publications, Neale Watson Academic Publications., Inc., N. Y.; 1973).
1340. I. S. Shklovskiy* (Corresponding Member USSR Academy of Sciences, Moscow); "The Problem of Extraterrestrial Civilizations and It's Philosophical Aspects"; Voprosy Filosofii, in Russian, No. 2, April 12, 1973, pp. 76-93. In JPRS - 58791 (April 14, 1973), U. S. Govt. Publ. #26574, (July, 1973), pp. 1-26.
1341. Fred Hoyle; Galaxies, Nuclei, and Quasars; (Hamper and Row, Publishers, N. Y.; 1965).
1342. A. S. Piradov (Doctor of Juridical Sciences, Chrmn. Commission on Juridical Problems in Space, USSR Acad. of Sciences); "Space and International Law"; in NASA TT-F-13, 751 (August, 1971) (N71-32775). Translation of "Kosmos i Mezhdunarodnoye Pravo", Moscow, "Znaniye" Press, 1970, pp. 1-62.
1343. L. Mukhin (Candidate Physico-Mathematical Sciences, Moscow); "The Search for Life Forms on Other Planets"; Aviatsiya i Kosmonavtika, in Russian, No. 5, 1973, pp. 40-41. In "Space Medicine and Extraterrestrial Life"; JPRS -59952 (4 Sept. 1973), (U. S. Govt. Publ. #31543 (November 1973) ), pp. 6-10.
1344. G. I. Pokrovskiy (N. Ye. Zhukovskiy Air Force Engineering Academy); "Two Objects Suggested in Search for Extraterrestrial Populations"; Priroda, in Russian, No. 6, 1973, pp. 97-98. In "Translations from Priroda, No. 6, 1973"; JPRS -60251 (Oct. 11, 1973). (U. S. Govt. Publ. #510 (January, 1974), pp. 1-3).
1345. V. B. Kudrin; "Gravitational Waves - A Means of Communication with Highly developed Civilizations"; Priroda, Russian, No. 6, 1973, pp. 98-99. In (#1344) above (JPRS-60251), pp. 4-5.
1346. R. H. Dicke, P. T. Peebles; "Gravitation and Space Science"; Space Science Reviews 4 (June, 1965):419-460.
1347. Ralph Blum, Judy Blum; Beyond Earth: "Man's Contact with UFO's; (Bantam Books, Inc., N. Y.; 1974).
1348. Hal Clement; "Whirligig World"; Analog 51 (June, 1953): 102-114. {*}
1349. John W. Campbell, Jr.; "Emotional Senses"; Analog 52 (Sept. 1953):6-7, 159-162. {*}
1350. Richard V. Eck; correspondence; Analog 52 (October, 1953): 154-156. {*}
1351. "Scanning and Form"; Analog 54 (December, 1954):102-111. {*}
1352. John W. Campbell, Jr.; reply to correspondence; Analog 54 (February 1955):152-153. {*}
1353. John W. Campbell, Jr.; "The Value of Panic"; Analog 57 (August 1956):4-5, 160-162. {*}
1354. Irving Goldberg; correspondence; Analog 58 (January, 1957): 146-148. {*}
1355. John W. Campbell, Jr.; "Fear and Sanity"; Analog 58 (Sept. 1956):7-8, 161-2. {*}
1356. V. A. Eulach; "Those Impossible Autotrophic Men"; Analog 58 (Oct. 1956):98-103. {*}
1357. Isaac Asimov; "The March of the Phyla"; Analog 65 (May, 1960):84-104.
1358. Isaac Asimov; "Planets Have an Air About Them"; Analog 59 (March, 1957):91-104. {*}
1359. Arthur C. Clarke*; correspondence; Analog 60 (October, 1957):148-149. {*}
1360. Isaac Asimov; "Our Lonely Planet"; Analog 62 (November 1958):128-137. {*}
1361. John W. Campbell, Jr.; "The Space drive Problem"; Analog 65 (June, 1960):83-106.
1362. John W. Campbell, Jr.; "What Do You Mean-Human?" Analog 64 (September, 1959):5-7, 160-162. {*}
1363. John W. Campbell, Jr.; "Unimaginable Reasons"; Analog 65 (July, 1960):4-7, 175-178.
1364. D. Hudson Smith; correspondence; Analog 66 (January 1961): 172
1365. Isaac Asimov; "Beyond the Phyla"; Analog 65 (July, 1960): 83-105.
1366. G. Harry Stine; "Science Fiction is Toc Conservative"; Analog 67 (May, 1961):83-99.
1367. John W. Campbell, "Colonialism"; Analog 67 (April, 1961): 4-7, 175-178.
1368. Peter Lefferts; correspondence; Analog 68 (September 1961): 172-173.
1369. "Metabolism Based on Silica?" Analog 68 (October, 1961): 139.
1370. George O. Smith; "A Problem in Communication"; Analog 68 (November 1961):77-81.
1371. William O. Davis; "The Fourth Law of Motion"; Analog 69 (May, 1962):83-104.
1372. Paul Ash; "Minds Meet"; Analog 76 (February, 1966):137-146. (S/F)
1373. R. A. J. Philips; "Change"; Analog 71 (August, 1963): 8-16; 81-83.
1374. John W. Campbell, Jr.; "The Search for Dynamic Stability"; Analog 72 (Sept. 1963): 7, 96-98.
1375. J. P. Kirton; "The Problem of the Gyroscopic Earth"; Analog 73 (May, 1964):8-16, 81.
1376. "Waldo Goes to Work"; Analog 74 (November, 1964):14-16.
1377. John W. Campbell, Jr.; "Colloid and Crystalloid"; Analog 76 (November 1965):6-9, 156-162.
1378. J. E. Enever; "Giant Meteor Impact"; Analog 77 (March, 1966):61-84.
1379. John W, Campbell, Jr.; "Incommunicado"; Analog 79 (July, 1967):5-7, 172-178.
1380. John W. Campbell; "The Nature of Intelligent Aliens"; Analog 80 (October, 1967):5-7, 172-178.
1381. Ben Bova; "It's Right Over Yoor Nose"; Analog 81 (June, 1968):95-100.
1382. Correspondence; Analog 82 (January 1969):170-171.
1383. Gregory Paris; correspondence; Analog 82 (February 1969): 170
1384. Thomas r. McDonough; "They 're Trying to Tell Us Something"; Analog 83 (March, 1969):64-76, 83 (April, 1969): 74-86.
1385. Dennis Willard; correspondence; Analog 84 (September, 1969): 168.
1386. William W. Curtis; correspondence; Analog 84 (October, 1969): 166.
1387. Matt Cartmill; correspondence; Analog 83 (June, 1969): 170-172.
1388. John T. Phillifent; correspondence; Analog 85 (April, 1970):172-174.
1389. "Giant Beef Liver"; Analog 85 (August, 1970): 95.
1390. Rick Cook; "Life As We Don't Know It"; Analog 86 (November 1970):39-59.
1391. Stephen Noe; correspondence; Analog 86 (November, 1970): 172.
1392. Gaston Burridge; correspondence; Analog 88 (December 1971): 171-172.
1393. H. E. Hinton; correspondence; Analog 89 (May, 1972): 171.
1394. A. Doodes; correspondence; Analog 89 (August, 1972):175-176.
1395. Robert Clark; correspondence; Analog 90 (November, 1972): 176.
1396. Vernon W. Glasser; "BCL 362"; Analog 89 (March, 1972): 159-167. (S/F)
1397. Thomas Easton; "Robots"; Analog 90 (October, 1972):61-69.
1398. John H. Gault; correspondence; Analog 89 (July, 1972): 169.
1399. Isaac Asimov; "The Thalassogens"; Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction 399December, 1970):94-104.
1400. Ben Bova; "Galactic Geopolitics"; Analog 88 (January 1972) 51-62.
1401. Isaac Asimov; "Just Right"; Mag. of Fantasy and Science Fiction 369March, 1969):89-98.
1402. Isaac Asimov; "The Incredible Shrinking People"; FSF 36 (April 1969):108-116.
1403. Isaac Asimov; "Impossible, That's All!"; FSF 32 (February 1967): 113-123.
1404. Isaac Asimov; "The Luxon Wall"; FSF 37 (December, 1969):96-105.
1405. Isaac Asimov; "Hot Water"; Fantasy and Science Fiction 40 (January 1971):108-117.
1406. John S. Lewis; "The Clouds of Jupiter and the NH3-H2O and NH3-H2S System"; Icarus 10 (May, 1969): 365-378.
1407. Harold P. Klein, Joshua Leberberg, Alexander Rich; "Biological Experiments: The Viking Mars Lander"; Icarus 16 (February 1972): 139-146.
1408. Duwayne M. Anderson et al.; "Mass Spectrometric Analysis of Organic Compounds, Water and Volatile Constituents in the Atmosphere and Surface of Mars: The Viking Mars Lander"; Icarus 16 (February 1972):111-138.
1409. N. H. Horowitz, Jerry S. Hubbard, George L. Hobby; "The Carbon-Assimilation Experiment: The Viking, Mars Lander"; Icarus 16 (February 1972): 147-152.
1410. Gilbert V. Levin; "Detection of Metabolically Produced Labeled Gras: The Viking Mars Lander"; Icarus 16 (February 1972):153-166.
1411. Vance I. Oyama; "The Gas Exchange Experiment for Life Detection: The Viking Mars Lander"; Icarus 16 (February 1972):167-184.
1412. Wolf Vishniac, Gladys A. Welty; "Light Scattering Experiment: The Viking Mars Lander"; Icarus 16 (Feb, 1972):185-195.
1413. A. G. W. Cameron; "Abundances of the Elements in the Solar System"; Space Science Reviews 15 (September 1973):121-146.
1414. S. M. Siegel, Karen Roberts; "Biochemical Activity and Water: The Activity of Heme Enzymes in Non-Aqueous Media"; Space Life Sciences I (March, 1968):131-134.
1415. C. E. Folsome, H. J. Morowitz; "Prebiological Membranes: Synthesis and Properties"; Space Life Sciences I (March, 1969):538-544.
1416. Harvey Wichman; "A Scientist in the Cockpit: The Case History and Analysis of a UFO Sighting"; Space Life Sciences 3 (December 1971): 165-170.
1417. A. Bar-Nun, M. E. Tauber; "'Thunder': Shock Waves in Prebiological Organic Synthesis"; Space Life Sciences 3 (June, 1972):254-259.
1418. R. H. Green et al.; "Survival of Microorganisms in a Simulated Martian Environment"; Space Life Sciences 3 (August, 1971):12-24.
1419. R. A. Horne; "On the Unlikelihood of Non-Aqueous Biosystems"; Space Life Sciences 3 (August 1971):34-41.
1420. R. R. Stoecker; "Survival of Blue-Green Algae Under Primitive Atmospheric Conditions"; Space Life Sciences 3 (August 1971):42-45.
1421. Rohan H. Wickramasinghe; "Iron-Sulfur Proteins: Their Possible Place in the Origin of Life and the Development of Early Metabolic Systems"; Space Life Sciences 4 (Sept. /December 1973):341-352.
1422. V. B. Evstigneev; "On Evolution of the Photosynthetic Pigments"; Space Life Sciences 4 (Sept. /December 1973):448-454.
1423. A. A. Krasnovsky; "Pathways of Chemical Evolution of Photosynthesis"; Origins of Life 5 (July/October 1974):397-404.
1424. M. A. Mitz; "Model Systems for Life Processes on Mars"; Origins of Life 5 (July/October 1974) 457-462.
1425. W. F. Libby; "Life on Jupiter?" Origins of Life 5 (July/October 1974):483-486.
1426. Carl Sagan; "The Origin of Life in a Cosmic Context"; Origins of Life 5 (July/October, 1974):497-505.
1427. Cyril Ponnamperuma, Peter Molton; "The Prospect of Life on Jupiter"; Origins of Life 4 (January 1973):32-44.
1428. George Wald; "Fitness in the Universe: Choices and Necessities"; Origins of Life 5 (Jan. /April, 1974):7-27.
1429. J. Oró, E. Stephen-Sherwood; "The Prebiotic Synthesis of Oligonucleotides"; Origins of Life 5 (Jan. /April, 1974):159-172.
1430. Mella Paecht-Horowitz; "The Possible Role of Clays in Prebiotic Peptide Synthesis"; Origins of Life 5 (Jan. /April, 1974):173-187.
1431. Carl Saxinger, Cyril Ponnamperuma; "Interactions Between Amino Acids and Nucleotides in the Prebiotic Milieu"; Origins of Life 5 (Jan. /April, 1974):189-200.
1432. T. N. Evreinova et al.; "Coacervate Systems and Origin of Life"; Origins of Life 5 (Jan. /April, 1974):201-205.
1433. Alexander Rich; "Transfer RNA and the Translation Apparatus in the Origin of Life"; Origins of Life 5 (Jan. /April 1974):207-219.
1434. A. I. Oparin; "A Hypothetic Scheme for Evolution of Protobionts"; Origins of Life 5 (Jan. /April, 1974):223-226.
1435. Sidney W. Fox, John R. Jungck, Tadayoshi Nakashima; "From Proteinoid Microsphere to Contemporary Cell: Formation of Internucleotide and Peptide Bonds by Proteinoid Particles"; Origins of Life 5 9Jan. /April, 1974): 227-237.
1436. Hans F. Suess; "Remarks on the Chemical Conditions on the Surface of the Primitive Earth and the Probability of the Evolution of Life"; Origins of Life 6 (January/April, 1975):9-13.
1437. A. S. Lopuchin; "Structures of Biogenic Origin from Early Precambrian Rocks of Euro-Asia"; Origins of Life 6 (Jan. April, 1975):45-57.
1438. Clifford N. Matthews; "The Origin of Proteins: Heteropolypeptides from Hydrogen Cyanide and Water"; Origins of Life 6 (Jan. /April, 1975):155-162.
1439. Alan W. Schwartz, M. van der Veen, T. Bisseling, G. J. F. Chittenden; "Prebiotic Nucleotide Synthesis-Demonstration of Geologically Plausible Pathway"; Origins of Life 6 (Jan. /April 1975):163-168.
1440. M. McCabe; "Some Physical Parameters Controlling Cell Size During the Evolution of the Procaryons"; Origins of Life (Jan. /April, 1975):239-243.
1441. E. Broda; "The Beginning of Photosynthesis'; Origins of Life 6 (Jan. /April 1975):247-251.
1442. V. M. Kutyurin; "Evolution of Oxygen by Plants in Relation to Biosphere Evolution"; Origins of Life 6 (Jan. /April, 1975):257-263.
1443. A. G. Cairns-Smith; "Ambiguity in the Interpretation of Abiotic Syntheses"; Origins of Life 6 (Jan. /April, 1975):265-267.
1444. James C. Lacey, Jr., Arthur L. Weber, William E. White, Jr.; "A model for the Coevolution of the Genetic Code and the Process of Protein Synthesis Review and Assessment"; Origins of Life 6 (Jan. /April, 1975): 273-283.
1445. T. L. V. Ulbright; "The Origin of Optical Asymmetry on Earth"; Origins of Life 6 (July, 1975):303-315.
1446. Adolf R. Hochstim; "Nonlinear Mathematical Models for the Origin of Asymmetry in Biological Molecules'; Origins of Life 6 (July, 1975): 317-366.
1447. William a. Bonner, Percy R. Kavasmaneck, Forrest S. Martin, Jose J. Flores; "Asymmetric Adsorption by Quartz: A Model for the Prebiotic Origin of Optical Activity"; Origins of Life 6 (July, 1975):367-376.
1448. J. B. Carlson, P. A. Sturrock; "Stanford Workshop on Extraterrestrial Civilization - Opening a New Scientific Dialog"; Origins of Life 6 (July, 1975):459-470. (Conference Report, Aug. 29-30, 1974). {*}
1449. Claude W. Anderson; "A Relic Interstellar Corner Reflector in the Solar System" Mercury 3 (Sept. /October 1974):2-3.
1450. Freeman J. Dyson; "The Search for Extraterrestrial Technology". In R. E. Marshak; Perspectives in Modern Physics; (Interscience Publishers, John Wiley & Sons, N. Y.; 1966) pp. 641-655.
1451. R. A. Lyttleton; "On the Origin of Mountains"; Proc. of the Royal Society of London, Series A, 175 (August, 1963):1-22.
1452. Anthony R. Martin (Dept. of Aeronautics, The City Univ., London); "The Detection of Extrasolar Planetary Systems: Part I--Methods of Detection"; Journal of British Interplanetary Society 27 (Sept. 1974):643-659.
1453. A. J. Fennelly, G. L. Matloff; "Radio Detection of Jupiter-Like Extrasolar Planets"; JBIS 27 (September 1974):660-662.
1454. Gregory L. Matloff, Alphonsus J. Fennelly; "A Superconducting Ion Scoop and its Application to Interstellar Flight'; JBIS 27 (September 1974):663-673.
1455. Alan Bond; "An Analysis of the Potential Performance of the Ram Augmented Interstellar Rocket"; JBIS 27 (September 1974):674-685.
1456. Conley Powell; "Parallel Staging for Starships"; JBIS 27 (September 1974):686-691.
1457. Bob Parkinson; "The Starship as an Exercise in Economics"; JBIS 27 (September 1974):692-696.
1458. "New Results on Barnard's Star Planetary System"; JBIS 27 (September 1974): 702
1459. "Possible Observation of Faster Than Light Particles"; JBIS 27 (September 1974):702-703.
1460. (*Anthony R. Martin) "The Recognition of Alien Life"; JBIS 27 (September 1974):714-716. Conference Report, meeting organized by N. W. Pirie, at the Royal Society lecture theater, May 2, 1974. (See #4779). {*}
1461. John Ford Fishback; "Relativistic Interstellar Spaceflight"; Astronautica Acta 15 (November, 1969):25-35.
1462. Anthony R. Martin; "Structural Limitations on Interstellar Space-flight"; Astronautica Acta 16 (December, 1971):353-357.
1463. Anthony R. Martin; "Magnetic Intake Limitations on Interstellar Ramjets"; Astronautica Acta 18 (February 1973):1-10.
1464. Conley Powell, Ottfried J. Hahn, J. Rand McNally, Jr.; "Energy Balance in Fusion Rockets"; Astronautica Acta 18 (February 1973): 59-69. {#3926}
1465. *Rudolf Pešek; "Survey of CETI Activities up to Present"; Astronautica Acta 18 (December 1973):411-419. {*}
1466. *Prof. Rodolfo Margaria (Laboratorio di Fisiologia, Università di Milano, Italy); Astronautica Acta 18 (December 1973): 418
1467. *Sebastian Von Hoerner; "Astronomical Aspects of Interstellar Communication"; Astronautica Acta 18 (December 1973):421-430.
1468. *B. M. Oliver; "State of the Art in the Detection of Intelligent Extraterrestrial Signals"; Astronautica Acta 18 (December 1973): 431-439.
1469. *B. V. Sukhotin; "Methods of Deciphering of a Message from Extra-terrestrial Intelligences"; Astronautica Acta 18 (December 1973):441-449.
1470. *L. M. Mukhin; "Stars of Biological Aspects of the Modern CETI Problem"; Astronautica Acta 18 (December 1973):451-454.
1471. Daniel P. Whitmire; "Relativistic Spaceflight and the Catalytic Nuclear Ramjet"; Acta Astronautica 2 (May/June, 1975):497-509.
1472. Jerome Pearson; "The Orbital Tower: A Space craft Launcher Using Earth's Rotational Energy"; Acta Astronautica 2 (Sept. /October 1975): 785-799.
1473. "Stellar Winds"; JBIS 27 (September 1974): 697.
1474. Franz Joseph; Star Trek Starfleet Technical Manual; (Ballantine Books, Random House, N. Y.; 1975).
1475. "Star Trek Blueprints"; Franz Joseph Designs/Paramount Pictures Corporation; (Ballantine Books, Random House, Inc., N. Y.; 1975).
1476. A. Bers, R. Fox, C. G. Kuper, S. G. Lipson; "The Impossibility of Free Tachyons"; in Charles G. Kuper, Asher Peres, eds.; Relativity and Gravitation; (Gordon and Breach Science Publishers, N. Y.; 1971), pp. 41-46.
1477. Allen E. Everett, Adel F. Antippa; "Tachyons, Causality, and Rotational Invariance"; in William B. Rolnick, ed.; Causality and Physical Theories; (American Institute of Physics, N. Y.; 1974), pp. 147-152.
1478. Martin Harwit (Astron. Dept., Cornell Univ.); Astrophysical Concepts; (John Wiley & Sons, Inc., N. Y; 1973).
1479. Torsten Alväger, Michael N. Kreisler; "Quest for Faster -- Than - Light Particles"; Physical Review 171 (25 July, 1968):1367-1361.
1480. "The CETI Program", Scientific Council on the Radio-Astronomy Problem Area, Academy of Sciences of the USSR; Astronomicheskii Zhurnal 51 (Sept. /April, 1975):669-675. {*}
1481. Carl Sagan; "The Planet Venus"; Science 133 (24 March, 1961):849-858.
1482. Y. P. Varshni (Univ. of Ottawa); "3C 273 as a Galactic Object"; Bulletin of the American Astronomical Society 7 (1975): 269 (abstract only).
1483. C. L. Seeger (NASA - Ames Research Center); "The Galactic Water-Hole"; Bull. Amer. Astronomical Soc. 7 (1975): 440 (Abstract only, paper presented at 146th Meeting of AAS in San Diego, on 18-21 Aug. 1975).
1484. M. A. Stull (Univ. of Santa Clara Law School); "International Legal Protection of the 'Water Hole' Frequency Band for a Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligent Life"; Bull. Amer. Astronomical Soc. 7 (1975): 440 (Abstract only).
1485. C. Behr, E. L. Schucking, C. V. Vishveshwara, W. Wallace; "Kinematics of Relativistic Ejection"; Astronomical Journal 81 (March, 1976): 147-154.
1486. Alan R. Whitney et al.; "Quasars Revisited: Rapid Time Variations Observed Via Very-Long-Baseline Interferometry"; Science 173 (16 July, 1971):225-230.
1487. M. Nafi Toksöz, Harold H. Kehrer; "Underground Nuclear Explosions: Tectonic Utility and Dangers"; Science 173 (16 July, 1971):230-233.
1488. R. L. Scott et al.; "Optical Behavior of 64 Extragalactic Radio Sources"; Astronomical Journal 81 (January 1976):7-19.
1489. Constantine D. J. Generales, Jr.; "Human Habitation of Cosmos, Apologia or Imperative"; N. Y. State Journal of Medicine 70 (May 15, 1970): 1152-1169.
1490. F. Ashton; "Search for Quarks, Magnetic Monopoles and Tachyons"; in A. W. Wolfendale, ed.; Cosmic Rays at Ground Level; (Institute of Physics, London; 1973), pp. 119-136.
1491. J. Dhar (Univ. of Delhi, India), E. C. G. Sudarshan (Syracuse Univ.); "Quantum Field Theory of Interacting Tachyons"; Physical Review 174 (25 October 1968):1808-1815.
1492. G. Feinberg; "Possibility of Faster-Than-Light Particles"; Physical Review 159 (25 July, 1967):1089-1105.
1493. J. A. Parmentola, D. D. H. Yee; "Peculiar Properties of Tachyon Signals"; Physical Review D 4 (15 Sept. 1971):1912-1915.
1494. G. W. Gibbons, S. W. Hawking; "Theory of Detection of Short Bursts of Gravitational Radiation"; Physical Review D 4 (15 October 1971): 2191-2197.
1495. Adel F. Antippa, Allen E. Everett; "Tachyons Without Causal Loops in One Dimension"; Physical Review D 4 (15 October 1971):2198-2203.
1496. Jerome S. Danburg et al.; "Search for Ionizing Tachyon Paris From 2, 2-GeV/c k p Interactions"; Physical Review D 4 (1 July, 1971):53-65. {(126)}
1497. Bert Schroer (Univ. of Pittsburgh); "Quantization of m2 < 0 Field Equations"; Physical Review D 3 (15 April 1971):1764-1770.
1498. C. Baltay, G. Feinberg, N. Yeh, R. Linsker; "Search for Uncharged Faster-Than-Light Particles"; Physical Review D 1 (1 February 1970): 759-770. {(127)}
1499. Ronald R. Ross et al.; "Search for Magnetic Monopoles in Lunar Material Using an Electromagnetic Detector"; Physical Review D 8 (1 August 1973):698-702.
1500. D. F. Bartlett, M. D. Lahana; "Search for Tachyon Monopoles"; Physical Review D 6 (1 October 1972) 1817-1823.
1501. William B. Rolnick; "Tachyons and the Arrow of Causality"; Physical Review D 6 (15 October, 1972):2300-2301.
1502. Jerome S. Danburg, George R. Kalbfleisch; "Limits on the Rate Emission of Negative-Energy Tachyons"; Physical Review D 5 (1 April 1972):1575-1582. {(125)}
1503. David Finkelstein (Belfer Graduate School of Science, Yeshiva Univ., N. Y.); Space-Time Code. II"; Physical Review D 5 (15 January 1972):320-328.
1504. Raymond Fox; "Tachyons and Quantum Statistics"; Physical Review D 5 (15 January 1972):329-331.
1505. F. A. E. Pirani; "Noncausal Behavior of Classical Tachyons"; Physical Review D 1 (15 June, 1970):3224-3225.
1506. R. A. Carrigan, Jr., F. A. Nezrick, B. P. Strauss; "Search for Magnetic-Monopole Production by 300-GeV Protons"; Physical Review D 8 (1 December 1973):3717-3720.
1507. R. Mignani, E. Recami; "Possible Experimental Behavior of Tachyon Monopoles"; Lettere al Nuovo Cimento 11 (26 October 1974):417-420.
1508. E. Recami, R. Mignani; "Comment on a Recent Experimental Search for Negative Energy Tachyons"; Lettere al Nuovo Cimento 8 (24 November 1973):780-782.
1509. R. Mignani, E. Recami; "Tachyons do not Emit Cerenkov Radiation in Vacuum"; Lettere al Nuovo Cimento 7 (7 July, 1973):388-390.
1510. P. V. Ramana Murthy; "Search for Tachyons in the Cosmic Radiation"; Lettere al Nuovo Cimento 1 (29 May, 1971):908-912.
1511. E. Recami, R. Mignani; "Classical Theory of Tachyons (Special Relativity Extended to Superluminal Frames and Objects"; Rivista del Nuovo Cimento 4 (April-June, 1974):209-290 (See refs, ##1496, 1498, 1507).
1512. J. Richard Gott III (Cal Tech); "A Time-Symmetric, Matter, Antimatter, Tachyon Cosmology"; The Astrophysical Journal 187 (Jan. 1, 1974): 1-3.
1513. L. Karlsson (Denmark, Copenhagen Physics Laboratory, Royal Veterinary & Agricultural Univ.); "A Magnetic Monopole Detector"; Nuclear Instruments and Methods 116 (1974):275-281.
1514. Laurence M. Feldman; "Short Bibliography on Faster-Than-Light Particles (Tachyons) "; American Journal of Physics 42 (March, 1974): 179-182.
1515. O. M. P. Bilaniuk, V. K. Deshpande. E. C. G. Sudarshan; "Meta-Relativity"; American Journal of Physics 30 (1962):718-723.
1516. Olexa-Myron Bilaniuk, E. C. George Sudarshan; "Particles Beyond the Light Barrier"; Physics Today 22 (May, 1969):43-51.
1517. Olexa-Myron Bilaniuk et al.; "More About Tachyons"; Physics Today 22 (December 1969):47-52.
1518. Michael N. Kreisler; "Are There Faster-Than-Light Particles?" American Scientist 61 (March/April, 1973):201-209.
1519. R. Mignani, E. Recami; "Astrophysics and Tachyons"; Il Nuovo Cimento 21 B (1974):210-226.
1520. J. R. Gott, III (Cal Tech); "Tachyon Singularity: A Spacelike Counterpart of the Schwarzschild Black Hole"; Il Nuovo Cimento 22B (1974): 49-69.
1521. A. K. Raychaudhuri; "Tachyons and Gravitation"; Journal of Mathematical Physics 15 (1974): 856.
1522. Fritz Zwicky (Prof. Astrophysics, Cal Tech); "The Morphology of Justice in the Space Age"; Proceedings of the Forth Colloquium on the Law of Outer Space, October 3-4, 1961, Washington, D. C.; (University of Oklahoma Research Institute, Norman, Oklahoma; 1963), pp. 1-14.
1523. Harold D. Lasswell (Yale Univ.); "Anticipating Remote Contingencies: Encounters with Living Forms"; (4th Colloquium #1522), pp. 89-104.
1524. Michel S. Smirnoff (Foreign Trade research Institute, Belgrade, Yugoslavia); "Report of Working Group III; (4th Colloquium -#1522), pp. 361-391.
1525. William A. Hyman (*deceased, 1966); "Magna Carta of Space"; Proceedings of the Seventh Colloquium on the Law of Outer Space, Sept. 9-10, 1964, Warsaw, Poland; (Univ. of Oklahoma Research Institute, Norman, Oklahoma; 1965), pp. 240-241.
1526. Pompeo Magno (President, Italian Institute of Space Law); "Prematureness and Anthropocentricity in Legal of Space?" (7th Coloquim-#1525), pp. 46-49.
1527. Andrew G. Haley (*deceased, 1966?); "Space Salvage-Artifacts and Personal in Space and on Terrestrial Jurisdictions"; Proceedings of the Eighth Colloquium on the Law of Outer Space, Sept. 14-15, 1965, Athens, Greece; (University of Oklahoma Research Institute, Norman, Oklahoma; 1966), pp. 119-130.
1528. Shirley Thomas (Chairman, Space Advisory Committee, City of Los-Angeles, U. S. A.); "A reexamination of the Approach to Space Law"; Proceedings of the Eleventh Colloquium on the Law of Outer Space, Oct. 17-18. 1968, New York, U. S. A.; (U. C. D., Davis, California; 1969) pp. 336-338.
1529. Dr. G. P. Zhukov (USSR); "Tendencies and Prospects of the Development of Space Law"; (11th Colloquium, #1528) pp. 275-288.
1530. Dr. Cyril E. S. Horsford (United Kingdom, AFBIS); "Rules of Human Activity on Celestial Bodies"; Proceedings of Thirteenth Colloquium on the Law of Outer space, October 4-10, 1970, Constance, Germany; (Fred B. Rothman & Co., N. J.; 1971) pp. 208-210.
1531. Ernst Fasan (Austria); "Legal Problems of the Terrestrial Environment"; Proceedings of the Fourteenth Colloquium on the Law of Outer Space, Sept. 20-25, 1971, Brussels, Belgium; (Fred B. Rothman & Co., N. J.; 1972) pp. 55-62.
1532. Dr. Ernst Fasan; "Space Law and the Definition of Justice"; Proceedings of the Sixteenth Colloquium on the Law of Outer Space, October 7-13, 1973, Baku, USSR; (Fred B. Rothman & Co., N. J.; 1974) pp. 17-26.
1533. G. C. Reijnen; "Extraterrestrial Intelligence and Earthian Law"; Proceedings of the Eighteenth Colloquium on the Law of Outer Space, Sept. 21-27, 1975, Lisbon, Portugal; (Fred B. Rothman & Co., N. J.; 1976) pp. 126-133.
1534. G. S. Robinson; "Earth Exposure to Martian Matter: Back Contamination Procedures and International Quarantine Regulations"; 918th Colloquium, #1533), pp. 134-149.
1535. Roland D. Paine, Jr.; "Project OZMA Begins Operation at National Radio Astronomy Observatory"; National Science Foundation Press Release, April 12, 1960 (NSF-60-120).
1536. Robert Andrey; The Terrestrial Imperative; (Athenaeum, N. Y.; 1966).
1537. Harry Harrison; "Rescue Operation"; in Willis E. McNelly, Leon E. Stover. eds.; Above the Human Landscape: A Social Science Fiction anthology; (Goodyear Publishing Company, Inc., Pacific Palisades, Calif.; 1972) pp. 153-165. (S/F)
1538. Brian W. Aldiss; "Who Can Replace a Man?"; (Ref. #1537, McNelly & Stover), pp. 181-189. (S/F)
1539. Leon E. Stover; "Science fiction As Culture Criticism"; (Ref. #1537), pp. 355-374.
1540. Ivan A. Yefremov; Andromeda; (Foreign Languages Publishing House, Moscow). (S/F)
1541. Clifford Simak; The worlds of Clifford Simak; (Simon and Schuster, N. Y.; 1960) ["Honorable opponent", pp. 26-38; "Jackpot", pp. 182-217; "Lula", pp. 243-280] (S/F)
1542. Leon E. Stover, Harry Harrison; Apeman Spaceman; (Doubleday & Co., Inc., N. Y.; 1968). [See Gen. Ref. ] (S/F)
1543. Jerry Shelton; "Culture"; 1944. In (#1542), pp. 105-124. (S/F)
1544. H. G. Wells; "The Man of the Year Million"; 1898. In (#15420, pp. 126-131. (S/F)
1545. H. Beam Piper; "Omnilingual"; 1957. In (#1542), pp. 178-221. (S/F)
1546. Dean McLaughlin; "For Those Who Follow After"; 1951. In (#1542), pp. 222-237. (S/F)
1547. Harold D. Lasswell; "Men in Space"; excerpt from 'A Program Study of Anthropology as a Tool of Contact". In (#1542), pp. 309-315.
1548. Chad Oliver; "Of Course"; 1954. In (#1542), pp. 316-329. (S/F)
1549. Kenneth W. Gatland; Derek Dempster; Worlds in Creation; (Henry Regnery Company, Chicago; 1974).
1550. Peter Ritner; The Society of Space; (The Macmillan Company, N. Y.; 1961).
1551. N. J. Berrill; You and the Universe; (Dodd, Mead & Company, N. Y.; 1958).
1552. Martin Gardner; Fads and Fallacies in the Name of Science; (Dover Publications, Inc., N. Y.; 1957).
1553. Vercors, pseud. (Jean Bruller); You Shall Know Them; (Little, Brown, and Company; Boston; 1953). Transl. from the French, by Rita Barisse. (S/F)
1554. Harlow Shapley; The View from a Distant Star: Man's Future in the Universe; (Basic Books, Inc., N. Y.; 1963).
1555. Martin Gardner; The Ambidextrous Universe; (Basic Books, Inc., N. Y.; 1964).
1556. Ben Bova; In Quest of Quasars; (Collier-Macmillan Ltd., London; 1969).
1557. I. M. Levitt (Director Emeritus, Fels Planetarium); Beyond the Known Universe: From Dwarf Stars to Quasars; (The Viking Press, N. Y.; 1974).
1558. Jerome Agel, ed.; The Making of Kubrick's 2001; (Signet Books, The New American Library, Inc., N. Y.; 1970).
1559. Fred Hoyle; Of Men and Galaxies; (University of Washington Press, Seattle; 1964).
1560. Chad Oliver; Unearthly Neighbors; (Ballantine Books, Inc., N. Y.; 1960). (S/F)
1561. Stanley G. Weinbaum; A Martian Odyssey and Other Classics; Lancer Books, N. Y.; 1962). "A Martian Odyssey", (1934), pp. 11-41; "The Lotus Eaters", (1935), pp. 71-104. (S/F)
1562. R. S. Raghavan; "Inverse B. Decay of 115In--115Sn*: A New Possibility for Detecting Solar Neutrinos from the Proton-Proton Reaction"; Physical Review Letters 37 (2 August 1976):259-262.
1563. Bruce C. Murray et al.; "Mercury's Surface: Preliminary Description and Interpretation from Mariner 10 Pictures"; Science 185 (12 July, 1974):169-179.
1564. William M. Kaula; "Comments on the Origin of Mercury"; Icarus 28 (August 1976):429-433.
1565. Scan C. Solomon (Dept. Earth & Planetary Science, MIT); "Some Aspects of Core formation in Mercury"; Icarus 28 (August 1976): 509-521.
1566. Shailendra Kumar; "Mercury's Atmosphere: A Perspective after Mariner-10"; Icarus 28 (August, 1976):579-591.
1567. George Gatewood; "On the Astrometric Detection of Neigh boring Planetary Systems"; Icarus 27 (January 1976):1-12.
1568. K. Serkowski; "Feasibility of a Search for Planets around Solar-type Stars with a Polarimetric Radial Velocity Meter"; Icarus 27 (January, 1976):13-24.
1569. Bruce R. Clark, Rosemary P. Mullin (Univ. Michigan); "Martian Glaciation and the Flow of Solid CO/2"; Icarus 27 (February 1976): 215-228.
1570. Hendrik J. Gerritsen, Sean J. McKenna; "The Luneberg Lens and the Importance of Transmission in Establishing Contact with Extraterrestrial Civilizations"; Icarus 26 (October 1975):250-256.
1571. The Staff at the National Astronomy and Ionosphere Center; "The Arecibo Message of November, 1974"; Icarus 26 (December 1975):462-466.
1572. Michel Lesbre, Pierre Mazerolles, Jacques Satgé (Paul Sabatier Univ., Toulouse); The Organic Compounds of Germanium; (Interscience Publishers, John Wiley & Sons, N. Y.; 1971).
1573. Howard Steinberg (Director of Research, U. S. Borax Research Corporation); Organoboron Chemistry; (Interscience Publishers, John Wiley & Sons, N. Y.; 1964). Volume I.
1574. Howard Steinberg; Organoboron Chemistry; (Interscience Publ., John Wiley & Sons, N. Y.; 1966). Vol. II.
1575. Russell N. Grimes (*Dept. of Chemistry, Univ. of VA); Carboranes; (Academic Press Inc., N. Y.; 1970).
1576. E. G. Rochow (Harvard Univ.); "Germanium"; in J. C. Bailar, Jr., et al., eds.; Comprehensive Organic Chemistry; (Pergamon Press, Ltd., Oxford; 1973) pp. 1-41, Vol. II.
1577. E. W. Abel (Univ. of Exeter); "Tin"; in Bailar (#1576), pp. 43-104.
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1580. J. Jortner, N. R. Kestner, eds.; Electrons in Fluids; (Springer-Verlag, Berlin; 1973).
1581. Gerhart Jander, Hans Spandau, C. C. Addison; Chemistry in Nonaqueous Ionizing Solvents (*: Chemistry in Lower Fatty Acids and Derivates); (Interscience Publ., John Wiley & Sons, Inc., N. Y.; 1963). Vol. IV.
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1583. Gerhart Jander, Hans Spandau, C. C. Addison; Chemistry in Nonaqueous Ionizing solvents: Inorganic Chemistry in Liquid Hydrogen Cyanide and Liquid hydrogen Fluoride; (Pergamon Press, N. Y.; 1971), Vol. II.
1584. Herchel Smith; Organic Reactions in Liquid Ammonia; (Interscience Publishers, John Wiley & Sons, N. Y.; 1950).
1585. Minas Ensanian; Cosmic Biology; (Philosophical Library, Inc., N. Y.; 1975).
1586. Charles C. Wunder (Assoc. Prof. of Physiology, Univ. of Iowa, Iowa City); Life into Space; (F. A. Davis Company, Philadelphia; 1966). [See Gen. Ref. ]
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1588. Alan W. Schwartz (Dept. of Exobiology, Univ. of Nijmegen, The Netherlands); Theory and Experiment in Exobiology; (Wolters-Noordhoff Publishing, Groningen, The Netherlands; 1971). Volumes I-II.
1589. Cyril Ponnamperuma, Michael Sweeny; "The Role of Ionizing Radiation in Primordial Organic Synthesis"; in (#1588):1-40.
1590. Gordon W. Hodgson (Exobiology Research Group, Univ. of Calgary, Canada); "Exobiology of Porphyrins"; in (#1588):83-103.
1591. Gordon Allen (US Dept. of HEW, Natl. Inst. of Mental Health, Intramural Research Program, Betheda, Maryland); "Chemical Evolution Under the Bion Hypothesis"; in Schwartz (#1588--Vol. II, 1972):1-32.
1592. James C. Lacey, Jr., Sidney W. Fox; "Concepts Related to the Origin of the Genetic Apparatus"; in Schwartz (#1588-Vol. II, 1972):33-63.
1593. Gary Steinman (Ames-Yissum Ltd., Jerusalem, Israel); "Clues from Protobiochemical Studies in the Search for Extraterrestrial Probiotic Signatures"; in Schwartz (#1588-Vol. II, 1972):87-102.
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1600. C. Eaborn (Univ. of Leicester, London); Organosilicon Compounds; (Butterworth's Scientific Publications, London; 1960).
1601. S. N. Borisov, M. G. Voronkov, E. Ya. Lukevits; Organosilicon Heteropolymers and Heterocompounds; (Plenum Press, N. Y.; 1970).
1602. F. G. A. Stone, W. A. G. Graham; Inorganic Polymers; (Academic Press, N. Y.; 1962).
1603. Arthur V. Tobolsky (Dept. Chem., Princeton Univ.); "Properties of Polymers"; in (#1602):10-27.
1604. John R. van Wazer, Clayton F. Callis (Monsanto Chem. Co., St. Louis); "Phosphorus-Based Macromolecules"; in (#1602):28-97.
1605. A. J. Barry, H. N. Beck (Dow Corning Corp., Midland, Michigan); "Silicone Polymers"; in (#1602):189-320.
1606. Robert K. Ingham (Ohio Univ., Athens), Henry Gilman (Iowa State Univ., Ames); "Organopolymers of Silicon, Germanium, Tin, and Lead"; in (#1602):321-409.
1607. Paul F. Bruins; Silicone Technology. (Interscience Publishers, John Wiley & Sons, N. Y.; 1970). (Proc. of the 14th Applied Polymer Symposium).
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1609. R, N. Meals, F. M. Lewis; Silicones; (Reinhold Publishing Corporation, N. Y.; 1959).
1610. S. Fordham, ed.; Silicones; (George Newnes Ltd., London; 1960).
1611. James R. Wertz; "The Human Analogy and the Evolution of Extraterrestrial Civilizations"; JBIS 29 (July/August 1976):445-464.
1612. N. H. Langton; "The Probability of Contact with Extraterrestrial Life"; JBIS 29 (July/August 1976):465-468.
1613. T. B. Tang; "Supernovae as Time Markers in Interstellar Communication"; JBIS 29 (July/August 1976):469-470.
1614. Gregory L. Matloff, Alphonsus J. Fennelly; "Optical Techniques for the Detection of Extrasolar Planets: A Critical Review"; JBIS 29 (July-August 1976):471-481.
1615. A. J. Fennelly, et al.; "Some Solar System Applications of an Interstellar Ion Scoop"; JBIS 29 (July/August 1976):489-493.
1616. Carl Sagan, interview; "Beyond Viking: Where mission to Mars Could Lead"; US News & World Report 81 (Aug. 30, 1976):51-53.
1617. "Animal? Vegetable? No, Plantimal"; Science News 110 (July 31, 1976): 70.
1618. Aidan M. G. Moore; "The Coup Against Entropy"; Spaceflight 18 (April 1976):126-129.
1619. Frank Drake; "On Hands and Knees in Search of Elysium"; Technology Review 78 (June, 1976):22-29.
1620. "Life on Mars: What Could it Mean?" Science News 110 (June 5/12, 1976):378-379.
1621. Dr. Eric R. Engelman (Dept. of Surgery, U. C. School of Medicine, Irvine); "Penis Transplant"; Human Sexuality 10 (March, 1976): 63.
1622. Harvey L. Gunderson; "Sexual Aggressiveness in Male and Female Mammals"; Human Sexuality 10 (March, 1976): 140, 143.
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1625. Sidney W. Fox (Univ. of Miami), Klaus Dose (Johannes Gutenberg Univ.); Molecular Evolution and the Origin of Life; (W. H. Freeman and Company, San Francisco; 1972).
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1627. Joseph Nagyvary, Roberto Provenzale; "Polymerization of Nucleotides via Displacement on Carbon; Its Preparative and Prebiotic Significance"; in Kimball (#1626), pp. 102-110.
1628. J. H. McReynolds et al.; "Polymerization of Deoxyribonucleotides by Ultraviolet Light"; in Kimball (#1626), pp. 111-121.
1629. M. Florkin; Comparative Biochemistry; (Academic Press, Inc., N. Y.; 1964).
1630. Dean H. Kenyon (Dept. Cell & Molecular Bid, San Fran. State College), Gary Steinman (Dept. of Biochemistry, Penn. State Univ.); Biochemical Predestination; (McGraw-Hill Book Company, Inc., N. Y.; 1969). [See Gen. Ref. ]
1631. Harold Urey; The Planets; (Yale University Press, New Haven, Conn.; 1952).
1632. Lynn Margulis; Origins of Life: Proceedings of the First Conference; held at Princeton, May 21-24, 1967 (Gordon & Breach, Science Publishers, N. Y.; [Gen. Ref]; 1970). {*}
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1637. Dean H. Kenyon; "Prefigured Ordering and Protoselection in the Origin of Life"; in Dose (#1636), pp. 207-220.
1638. A. A. Krasnovsky (A. N. Bakh Inst. of Biochem., Acad. Sci USSR, Moscow); "Chemical Evolution of Photosynthesis: Models and Hypotheses"; in Dose (#1636), pp. 233-244.
1639. Frank Edwards; Flying Saucers - Serious Business; (Bantam Books, Inc., N. Y.; 1966).
1640. Robert Emenegger; UFO's: Past, Present and Future; (Ballantine Books, N. Y.; 1974).
1641. Howard H. Pattee; "On the Origin of Macromolecular Sequences"; Biophysical Journal 1 (1961):683-710.
1642. Homer Jacobson (Brooklyn College, Brooklyn, N. Y.); "Information, Reproduction, and the Origin of Life"; American Scientist 43 (January, 1955):119-127.
1643. J. Lee Kavanau (UCLA); "Some Physico-Chemical Aspects of Life and Evolution in Relation to the Living State"; American Naturalist 81 (May/June, 1947):161-184.
1644. Daniel L. Gilbert; "Speculation on the Relationship Between Organic and Atmospheric Evolution"; Perspectives in Biology and Medicine 4 (Autumn, 1960):58-71.
1645. Stanley L. Miller, Harold C. Urey; "Organic Compound Synthesis on the Primitive Earth"; Science 130 (31 July, 1959):245-251. {=302}
1646. Lucy Kavaler; Freezing Point: Cold as a Matter of Life and Death; (The John Day Company, N. Y.; 1970).
1647. *Sir Robert Robinson; "Chairman's Opening Remarks"; Proceedings of the Royal Society of London B 171 (August 1968): 2. [ET life Conference] {*}
1648. *N, W. Pirie; "Introduction"; Proc. Roy. Soc B. 171 (August 1968): 3-4.
1649. *A. C. Allison; "Silicon Compounds in Biological Systems"; Proc. Roy. Soc. B 171 (August 1968):19-30.
1650. *D. B. Carlisle (Ministry of Overseas Development, London); "Vanadium and Other Metals in Ascidians"; Proc. Roy. Soc. B. 171 (August 1968):31-42.
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1652. Mary Jane West Eberhard; "The Evolution of Social Behavior by Kin Selection"; Quarterly Review of Biology 50 (March, 1975):1-33.
1653. Philip J. Regal; "The Evolutionary Origin of Feathers"; Quarterly Review of Biology 50 (March, 1975):35-66.
1654. David E. Kohne; "Evolution of Higher-Organism DNA"; Quarterly Reviews of Biophysics 3 (1970):327-375.
1655. Manfred Eigen (Max Planck Inst., Göttingen); "Molecular Self-Organization and the Early Stager of Evolution"; Quarterly Review of Biophysics 4 (1971):149-212.
1656. S. M. Siegel et al.; "Martian Biology: The Experimentalist's Approach"; Nature 197 (26 January, 1963):329-331.
1657. Gordon Allen (Natnl. Insts. of Health, Maryland); "Natural Selection and the Origin of Life"; Perspectives in Biology and Medicine 14 (Autumn, 1971):109-126.
1658. Frank B. Salisbury; "Martian Biology"; Science 136 (6 April, 1962):17-26.
1659. Michael Conrad, H. H. Pattee; "Evolution Experiments with an Artificial Ecosystem"; Journal of Theoretical Biology 28 (1970):393-409.
1660. Bruce Hannon (Energy Research Group, Univ. Ill., Urbana, Ill); "Marginal Product Pricing in the Ecosystem"; Jour. of Theoretical Biology 56 (1976):253-267.
1661. Howard C. Berg (*Dept. of Molecular Biology, Univ. of Colorado, Boulder, Colorado); "How Spirochetes May Swim"; Jour. of Theoretical Biology 56 (1976):269-273.
1662. Max Kleiber; "Metabolic Turnover Rate: A Physiological Meaning of the Metabolic Rate per Unit Body Weight"; Jour. of Theoret. Biology 53 (1975):199-204.
1663. C. Richard Taylor, Knut Schmidt-Nielsen, Jacob L. Raab; "Scaling of Energetic Cost of Running to Body Size in Mammals"; American Journal of Physiology 219 (October, 1970):1104-1107.
1664. A. Bar-Nun, N. Bar-Nun, S. H. Bauer, Carl Sagan; "Shock Synthesis of Amino Acids in Simulated Primitive Environments"; Science 168 (24 April, 1970):410-413.
1665. George Wald; "The Origin of Optical Activity"; Annals of the N. Y. Academy of Sciences 69 (Aug. 30, 1957):352-368.
1666. Richard S. Young, Donald L. De Vincenzi; "From Mars with Love"; Science 186 (8 November, 1974):495-501.
1667. Carl Sagan; "Radiation and the Origin of the Gene"; Evolution 11 (1957):40-55.
1668. Harold f. Blum; "Dimensions and Probability of Life"; Nature 206 (Apr. 10, 1965):131-132.
1669. Joshua Lederberg; "Sign of Life: Criterion - System of Exobiology'; Nature 207 (July 3, 1965):9-13.
1670. C. J. Perret; "A New Kinetic Model of a Growing Bacterial Population"; Journal of General Microbiology 22 (1960):589-617.
1671. Ralph Blum; "Are UFO's for Real?" Reader’s Digest (June, 1974):89-93.
1672. Coral E. Lorenzen; Flying Saucers; (Signet Books, N. Y.; 1966).
1673. Jacques Vallée; Anatomy of a Phenomenon: UFO’s in Space; (Ballantine Books, N. Y.; 1974).
1674. Denis Hayes; "Nuclear Power: The Fifth Horseman"; The Humanist 36 (Sept. /October 1976):26-33.
1675. Carsten M. Haaland (Physicist, Oak Ridge, Tenn.); Reader's Forum, The Humanist 36 (Sept. /October 1976):60-61.
1676. Peter Bergeron; "Extraterrestrial Intelligence"; Reader’s Forum, The Humanist 36 (Sept. /October 1976): 62
1677. Harlan True Stetson (Director of the Perkins Observatory, Wesleyan University); Man and the Stars; (McGraw-Hill Book Company, Inc., N. Y.; 1930).
1678. Erwin Schrödinger; What is Life?; (The Macmillan Company, N. Y.; 1947
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1680. Eugene F. Mallove, Robert L. Forward; "Bibliography of Interstellar Travel and Communication"; Journal of the British Interplanetary Society 27 (1974):921-943, 28 (1975): 191-219, 28 (1975): 405-434, 29 (1976): 494-517. Courtesy of Robert L. Forward, Hughes Research Laboratories. (+ #2784).
1681. Philip H. Abelson; "Glamorous Nuclear Fusion"; Science 193 (23 July, 1976): 279.
1682. William D. Metz; "Fusion research (III): New Interest in Fusion-Assisted Breeders"; Science 193 (23 July, 1976):307-309.
1683. Barry R. Schlenker; "Book Reviews-Norms of Reward"; Science 192 (25 June, 1976):1325-1326.
1684. William D. Metz; "Fusion Research (II): Detailed Reactor Studies Identify More Problems"; Science 193 (2 July, 1976):38-40, 76.
1685. F. G. J. Offerijns, H. W. Krijnen; "The Preservation of the Rat Heart in the frozen State"; Cryobiology 9 (1972):289-295.
1686. K. C. Calman (Dept. of Surgery, Western Infirmary, Glasgow, Scotland); "The Prediction of Organ Viability (II): Testing an Hypothesis"; Cryobiology 11 (1974):7-12.
1687. F. G. J. Offerings, H. F. Ter Welle; "The Effect of Freezing, of Supercooling and of DMSO on the Function of Mitochondria and on the Contractability of Rat Heart"; Cryobiology 11 (1974):152-159.
1688. Walter Zingg (Dept. of Surgery, Univ. of Toronto); "Hemodynamic Changes before and after Short and Prolonged Periods of Hypothermia in Dogs"; Cryobiology 11 (1974):278-284.
1689. M. Haight, J. Frim, J. Pasternak, H. Frey; "Freeze-Thaw Survival of the Free-Living Nematodo Caenorhabditis briggsae"; Cryobiology 12 (1975):497-505.
1690. Yoshio Kondo, M. Don Turner, Osamu Kuwahara, James D. Hardy (Dept. of Surgery, Univ. of Mississippi Medical Center, Jackson, Miss.); "Prolonged Suspended Animation Puppies"; Cryobiology 11 (1974):446-451.
1691. Everett L. Douglas, David J. Chapman, Edvard A. Hemmingsen; "Absence of Porphyrin Respiratory Pigments in the Blood in the Antarctic Icefish Chaenocephalus aceratus"; Cryobiology 10 (1973):260-261.
1692. Marshal Shlafer, Armand M. Karow, Jr.; "Ultrastructure-Function Correlative Studies for Cardiac Cryopreservation (III): Hearts Frozen to-10°C and -17°C With and Without Dimethyl Sulfoxide (DMSO) "; Cryobiology 9 (1972):38-50.
1693. William H. Bossert, Edward O. Wilson; "An Analysis of Olfactory Communication Among Animals"; Journal of Theoretical Biology 5 (November 1963):443-469.
1694. Frank A. Geldard; "Cutaneous Channels of Communication"; in Walter A. Rosenblith, ed.; Sensory Communication; (M. I. T. Press, MIT, and John Wiley & Sons, Inc., N. Y.; 1961), pp. 73-87.
1695. Hessel de Vries, Minze Stuiver; "The Absolute Sensitivity of the Human Sense of Small"; in Rosenblith (#1694):159-167.
1696. Georgii A. Mazokhin-Porshnyakov (Dept. Entomology, Inst. of Information, Academy of Sciences of the USSR, Moscow); Insect Vision; (Plenum Press; N. Y.; 1969).
1697. E. T. Burtt (Univ. of Newcastle upon Tyne, G. Brit.); The Senses of Animals; (Wykeham Publications Ltd., London; 1974).
1698. Winthrop N. Kellogg; Porpoises and Sonar; (Univ. of Chicago Press, Chicago; 1961).
1699. John C. Lilly; Lilly on Dolphins: Humans of the Sea; (Doubleday, N. Y.; 1975).
1700. Laurent Siklóssy; "On the Evolution of Artificial Intelligence"; Information Sciences 2 (1970):369-377.
1701. M. G. J. Beets (Holland); "Olfactory Response and Molecular Structure"; in Lloyd M. Beidler, ed.; Olfaction; (Springer Verlag, Berlin; 1971), Chapter 12, pp. 257-321.
1702. Sidney W. Fox; "Thermal Polymerization of Amino-Acids and Production of Formed Microparticles on Lava"; Nature 20 (Jan. 25, 1964):336-337.
1703. J. V.; Radar Studies of Planetary Surfaces"; Annual Review of Astronomy and Astrophysics 7 (1969):201-248.
1704. P. Morrison; "A Thermodynamic Characterization of Self-Reproduction"; Reviews of Modern Physics 36 (April, 1964):517-524.
1705. Theodosius Dobzhansky (Dept. Genetics, UC . . . . .); "Darwinian Evolution and the Problem of Extraterrestrial Life"; Perspectives in Biology and Medicine 15 (Winter, 1972):157-175. [See Gen. Ref. ]
1706. Robert Bieri; "Humanoids on Other Planets?" American Scientist 52 (Dec. 1964):452-458.
1707. George Gaylord Simpson; "The Biological Nature of Man"; Science 152 922 April, 1966):472-478.
1708. D. Weihs; "Energetic Advantages of Burst Swimming of Fish"; Journal of Theoretical Biology 48 (1974):215-229.
1709. Sewall Wright (Univ. Chicago); "Evolution in Mendelian Populations"; Genetics 16 (1931):97-159.
1710. Edward O. Wilson; "The Species Equilibrium"; Brookhaven Symposia in Biology 22 (December, 1969):38-47.
1711. Jared M. Diamond; "Avifaunal Equilibria and Species Turnover Rates the Channel Islands of California"; Proceedings of National Academy of Sciences 64 (1969):57-63.
1712. F. W. Preston (Preston Laboratories, Butter, Penn.); "The Canonical Distribution of Commonness and Parity: Part II"; Ecology 43 (Summer, 1962): 410-432.
1713. F. W. Preston; "Time and Space and the Variation of Species"; Ecology 41 (October 1960):611-627.
1714. I. I. Schmalhausen (Academy Sciences of the USSR); Factors of Evolution: The Theory of Stabilizing Selection; (The Blakiston Company, Philadelphia; 1949).
1715. J. D. Currey; "The Failure of Exoskeletons and Endoskeletons"; Journal of Morphology 123 (September 1967):1-16.
1716. Edward O. Wilson, William H. Bossert; A Primer of Population Biology; (Sinauer Associates, Inc. Publishers, Stamford, Mass.; 1971).
1717. James Paul Wesley (Associate Prof. of Physics, Univ. of Missouri, Rolla, Missouri); Ecophysics: The Application of Physics to Ecology; (Charles C. Thomas, Publisher, Springfield, Illinois; 1974).
1718. Robert E. Ricklefs (Univ. of Pennsylvania); (Chiron Press, Inc., Newton, Mass.; 1973).
1719. Robert E. Ricklefs (U. of Penn.); The Economy of Nature; (Chiron Press, Inc., Portland, Oregon; 1976).
1720. George Gaylord Simpson; This View of Life: The World of an Evolutionist; (Harcourt, Brace, & World, Inc., N. Y.; 1964).
1721. George Gaylord Simpson; The Geography of Evolution; Collected Essays; (Chilton Books, Publishers, N. Y.; 1965).
1722. Ernst Mayr; Animal Species and Evolution; (Harvard Univ. Press, Cambridge, Mass., 1963).
1723. Jacques-Yves Cousteau, Philippe Diolé; Dolphins; (Doubleday & Company, Inc., Garden City, N. Y.; 1975).
1724. David K. Caldwell, Melba C. Caldwell; The World of the Bottlenosed Dolphin; (J. B. Lippincott Company, N. Y.; 1972).
1725. R. M. Laws, I. S. C. Parker, R. C. B. Johnstone; Elephants and their Habitats; (Clarendon Press, Oxford; 1975).
1726. John von Neumann; Theory of Self-Reproducing Automata; (Univ. of Illinois Press, Urbana; 1966). Arthur W. Burks, ed..
1727. Tracy I. Storer, Robert L. Usinger; General Zoology; (McGraw-Hill Book Company, N. Y.; 1965). 4th Edition.
1728. Claude A. Villee, Warner F. Walker, Jr., Frederick E. Smith; General Zoology; (W. B. Saunders Company, Philadelphia; 1968). 3rd Edition.
1729. V. G. Dethier, Eliot Stellar; Animal Behavior; (Prentice-Hall, Inc., Englewood Cliffs, N. J.; 1964). 2nd Edition. Foundations of Modern Biology Series.
1730. C. H. Brown; Structural Materials in Animals; (John Wiley & Sons, N. Y.; 1975).
1731. P. L. Miller; "Respiration-Aerial Gas Transport"; in Morris Rockstein, ed.; The Physiology of Insecta, Volume III; (Academic Press, N. Y.; 1964).
1732. Gloria Kirshner; From Instinct to Intelligence: How Animals Learn; (Grosset and Dunlap, Publishers, N. Y.; 1970).
1733. W. H. Thorpe; Learning and Instinct in Animals; (Harvard Univ. Press, Cambridge, Massachusetts; 1963). 2nd Edition.
1734. David Stenhouse; The Evolution of Intelligence; (George Allen & Unwin Ltd., London; 1974).
1735. Ross E. McMurtrie; "Determinants of Stability of Lange Randomly Connected Systems"; Journal of Theoretical Biology 50 (March, 1975):1-11.
1736. Marvin L. Minsky; "Artificial Intelligence"; Scientific American 215 (September 1966):246-260.
1737. L. S. Penrose; "Self-Reproducing Machines"; Scientific American 200 (June, 1959):105-114.
1738. George R. Price; "Science and the Supernatural"; Science 122 (26 August 1955):359-367.
1739. C. A. Hilgartner, John F. Randolph; "Psycho-logics: An Axiomatic System Describing Human Behavior"; Jour. of Theoretical Biology 23 (May, 1969):285-338.
1740. C. A. Hilgartner, John F. Randolph; "Psycho-logics: The Structure of 'Unimpaired' Human Behavior"; Journal of Theoretical Biology 23 (June, 1969):347-374.
1741. C. A. Hilgartner, John F. Randolph; "Psycho-logics: The Structure of Empathy"; Journal of Theoretical Biology 24 (July, 1969):1-29.
1742. J. R. Pierce; Symbols, Signals, and Noise; (Harper & Brothers, N. Y.; 1961).
1743. Gordon I. R. Lore, Jr., Harold H. Deneault, Jr.; Mysteries of the Skies: UFO's in Perspective; (Prentice-Hall, Inc., N. J.; 1969).
1744. Alan P. Merriam (*an ethnomusicologist); The Anthropology of Music; (Northwestern University Press; 1964).
1745. Lawrence Krader (City Univ. of New York); Formation of the State; (Prentice-Hall, Inc., N. J.; 1968). Foundations in Modern Anthropology Series.
1746. Anthony Sampson; The Sovereign State of ITT; (Stein & Day, Publishers, N. Y.; 1973).
1747. Charles Mackay (LL. D.); Extraordinary Popular Delusions and the Madness of Crowds; (Fraser Publishing Company, Wells, Vermont; 1852: original edition.) (Facsimile edition, L. C. Page & Company, 1969).
1748. Chloe Zerwick, Harrison Brown; The Cassiopeia Affair; (Doubleday & Company, Inc.; Garden City, N. Y.; 1968). (S/F)
1749. Harry j. Jerison (Neuropsychiatric Institute, UCLA); Evolution of the Brain and Intelligence; (Academic Press, N. Y.; 1973).
1750. Michael Scriven (Swarthmore College); "The Compleat Robot: A Prolegomena to Androidology"; in Sidney Hook, ed.; Dimensions of Mind; (New York University Press, N. Y.; 1960), pp. 118-142.
1751. Satosi Watanabe; "Comments on Key Issues"; in Hook (#1750), pp. 143-147.
1752. Benjamin Lee Whorf; Language, Thought, and Reality; John B. Carroll, ed.; (The M. I. T. Press, Cambridge, Mass.; 1956).
1753. Peter Leighton; Moon Travellers; (Oldbourne Book Co. Ltd., London; 1960).
1754. Marjorie Hope Nicolson; Voyages to the Moon; (The Macmillan Company, N. Y.; 1948).
1755. Olof Johannesson; The Tale of the Big Computer; (Coward -McCann, Inc., N. Y.; 1968). (S/F)
1756. Howard Koch; The Panic Broadcast; (Little, Brown, & Company, Boston; 1970).
1757. Leon Festinger, Henry W. Riecken, Stanley Schachter; When Prophecy Fails; (Univ. of Minnesota Press, Minneapolis; 1956).
1758. L. Spragve De Camp; The Ancient Engineers; (Doubleday & Company, Inc., N. Y.; 1963).
1759. Donald M. Johnson (Univ. of Illinois); "The 'Phantom Anesthetist of Mattoon: A Field Study of Mass Hysteria"; Journal of Abnormal Psychology 40 (April, 1945):175-186.
1760. Michael A. G. Michaud; "Interstellar Negotiation"; Foreign Service Journal 49 (December, 1972):10-14.
1761. Roy A. Clifford; The Rio Grande Flood: A Comparative Study of Border Communities in Disaster; (NAS-NRC Publ. 458, Wash. D. C.; 1956).
1762. Charles E. Fritz, J. H. Mathewson; Convergence Behavior in Disasters: A Problem in Social Control; (NAS-NRC Publ. 476, Wash. D. C.; 1957).
1763. Elliott R. Danzig, Paul W. Thayer, Lila R. Galanter; The Effects of a threatening Rumor a Disaster - Stricken Community; (NAS NRC Publ. 517, Wash. D. C.; 1958).
1764. Helen Swick Perry, Stewart E. Perry; The Schoolhouse Disasters: Family and Community as Determinants of the Child's Response to Disaster; (NAS-NRC Publ. 554, Wash. D. C.; 1959).
1765. Bruce P. Dohrenwend, Robert J. Smith; "Toward a Theory of Acculturation"; Southwestern Journal of Anthropology 18 (Spring, 1962):30-39.
1766. Arthur C. Clarke; "On the Morality of Space"; The Saturday Review 40 (Oct. 5, 1957):8-10, 35-36.
1767. Lewis F. Richardson; "Generalized Foreign Politics"; The British Journal of Psychology: Monograph Supplements XXIII ; (Cambridge University Press, London; 1939).
1768. Fred E. Katz (State Univ. of N. Y. @ Buffalo); Autonomy and Organization: The Limits of Social Control; (Random House, Inc., N. Y.; 1968).
1769. Majorie Hope Nicolson; Voyages to the Moon; (Macmillan Co., N. Y.; 1948).
1770. R. A. Akindele; The Organization and Promotion of World Peace: A Study of Universal - Regional Relationships; (Univ. of Toronto Press, Toronto, Canada; 1976).
1771. Harry H. Lynch [*Grad. School of Business Administration, Harvard University]; Financial Performance of Conglomerates; Harvard University Press, Boston; 1971).
1772. Thornton Page; "Photographic Sky Coverage and the Detection of UFO's"; Science 160 (14 June, 1968):1258-1260.
1773. Kenneth M. Glover; "Radar Observations of Insects in Free Flight"; Science 154 (25 November 1966):967-973.
1774. Leonard B. Meyer; "Meaning in Music and Information Theory"; Journal of Aesthetics and Art Criticism 15 (1957) (No. 4):412-424.
1775. Terence Dickinson; The Zeta Reticuli Incident; (Astro Media Corp., Milwaukee, Wisconsin; 1976).
1776. H. M. S. Richards; Astronomy and the Bible; (The Voice of Prophecy, Los Angeles, California; 1976).
1777. Hans Kuhn (Prof. Biochem., Max Planck Inst., Germany); "Self-Organization of Molecular System and Evolution of the Genetic of the Apparatus"; Angewandte Chemie 1 (1972):718-820.
1778. James M. McCampbell; Ufology: New Insights from Science and Common Sense; (Jaymac Company, Belmont, Calif.; 1973).
1779. J. R. Parks, D. A. Bell; "Industrial Robots and Machine Intelligence"; Physics Bulletin 21 (1970):549-553.
1780. A. Blaauw (Kapteyn Laboratory, Groningen); "The Concept of Stellar Populations"; in Galactic Structure, Stars and Stellar Systems: (Volumes 5) (The University of Chicago Press, Chicago; 1965), pp. 435-453.
1781. J. H. Oort; "Some Topics Concerning the Structure and Evolution of Galaxies"; in The Structure and Evolution of Galaxies, Proceedings of the 13th. Conference at the Solvay Institute; (Interscience Publishers, N. Y.; 1965), pp. 17-22.
1782. Edmund C. Berkeley; "The Construction of Living Robots-Part I"; Computers and Automation 21 (August, 1972):27-32.
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2015. Karl Hansen; "The Killers"; Analog 95 (September, 1975): 98-111. (S/F)
2016. Roger Zelazny; "Home is the Hangman"; Analog 95 (November, 1975):12-66. (S/F)
2017. Keith Laumer; "Field Test"; Analog 96 (March, 1976):12-13. (S/F)
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2019. Joseph F. Goodavage; "An Interview with Carl Sagan"; Analog 96 (August, 1976):92-101.
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2125. Plutarch; "Of Eating of Flesh"; in (#2117):111-117.
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2439. Keir Pearson; "The Control of Walking"; Scientific American 235 (December, 1976):72-86.
2440. Francois Jacob; "Evolution and Tinkering"; Science 196 (10 June, 1977):1161-1166.
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2442. James White; All Judgement Fled; (Walker Publ. Co., Inc., N. Y.; 1969). (S/F)
2443. Sidney W. Fox; "The Apollo Program and Amino Acids: On the Origin of Life"; Science and Public Affairs 29 (December, 1973):46-51.
2444. J. S. Hubbard, J. P. Hardy, N. H. Horowitz; "Photocatalytic Production of Orange Compounds from CO and H/2O in a Simulated Martian Atmosphere"; Proc. Nat. Acad. Sci. U. S. 68 (March, 1971):574-576.
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2447. David Janssen, narr.; "The Hidden Universe: The Brain"; ABC-TV, 6. 12/77.
2448. Nigel Calder, Jim Ruddle, narr.; "The Key to the Universe"; PBS-TV, 5/24/77.
2449. "Study Plugs Orbiting Ears"; FASST Tracks 2 (May, 1977): 1.
2450. N. Seshagiri; The Weather Weapon; (National Book Trust, New Delhi, India; 1977).
2451. William M. Lipscomb; "The Boranes and Their Relatives"; Science 196 (3 June, 1977):1047-1055.
2452. D. E. Koshland, Jr.; "A Response Regulator Model in a Simple Sensory System"; Science 196 (3 June, 1977):1055-1063.
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2454. William Sims Bainbridge; The Spaceflight Revolution: A Sociological Study; (John Wiley & Sons, N. Y.; 1977).
2455. Robert W. Keyes; "Microstructure Fabrication"; Science 196 (27 May, 1977):945-949.
2456. Nicholas Wade; "Charged Debate Erupts over Russian Beam Weapon"; Science 196 (27 May, 1977):957-959.
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2459. John H. Douglas, Dietrick E. Thomsen; "The Great Russian 'Death-Beam' Flap"; Science News 111 (May 21, 1977): 329, 334-335.
2460. "The Forbes 500s"; Forbes 119 (May 15, 1977):156-290.
2461. "Female Fish Produce Mates When Needed"; Science News 111 (May 14, 1977): 311.
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2465. Isaac Asimov; The Collapsing Universe; (Walker & Co., N. Y.; 1977).
2466. Nigel Calder; The Key to the Universe: A Report on the New Physics; (The Viking Press, Inc., N. Y.; 1977).
2467. Margaret M. Byard; "Poetic Responses to the Copernican Revolution"; Scientific American 236 (June, 1977):120-129.
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2479. Gillian Gillison, David Gillison; "Fertility Rites and Sorcery in a New Guinea Village"; National Geographic 152 (July, 1977): 124-146.
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2487. "Are You Finished Yet?" Playboy 24 (July, 1977): 232.
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2500. Philip José Farmer; "My Sister's Brother"; in Strange Relations; (Ballantine Books, Inc., N. Y.; 1960). Reprinted in (#222). (S/F)
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2502. E. G. D. Cohen; "Quantum Statistics and Liquid Helium-3 - Helium-4 Mixtures"; Science 197 (1 July, 1977):11-16.
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2504. Richard G. Klein; "The Ecology of Early Man in Southern Africa"; Science 197 (July 8, 1977):115-126.
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2506. Hubert Frings, Mable Frings; Animal Communication; (University of Oklahoma Press, Norman, Oklahoma; 1977). 2nd Edition.
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2519. Frank R. Moore; "Geomagnetic Disturbance and the Orientation of Nocturnally Migrating Birds"; Science 196 (May 6, 1977):682-
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2521. "Pineal Gland: Seat of Solar Readout?" Science News 108 (October 18, 1975): 245.
2522. "Flashlight Fish: Fantasy on Fins"; Science News 108 (October 11, 1975): 233.
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2524. G. Neugebauer, Eric E. Becklin; "The Brightest Infrared Sources"; Scientific American 228 (April, 1973):28-40.
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2526. John E. McCosker; "Flashlight Fishes"; Scientific American 236 (March, 1977):106-114.
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2529. Stanley Lovell; Of Spies and Stratagems; (Prentice-Hall, Inc., Englewood Cliffs, N. J.; 1963).
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2555. Emma Goldman; Anarchism and Other Essays; (Mother Earth Publishing Association, N. Y.; 1911).
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2558. William Ernest Hocking; Man and the State; (Yale University Press, New Haven, Conn.; 1926).
2559. Paul D. MacLean; A Triune Concept of the Brain and Behavior; (University of Toronto Press, Toronto; 1973).
2560. Leigh van Valen; "Brain Size and Intelligence in Man"; American Journal of Physical Anthropology 40 (1974):417-424.
2561. Dale A. Russell*; "A New Specimen of Stenonychosaurus from the Oldman Formation (Cretaceous) of Alberta"; Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences 6 (1969):595-612 [*Museum of Natural Sciences, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada]
2562. "A Theory of the Brain: Edelman's Quest for Unity"; Science News 112 (July 9, 1977):20-21.
2563. "Self-Awareness: Humans Are Not Alone"; Science News 111 (May 28, 1977): 340.
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2566. B. H. Brattstrom; "The Evolution of Reptilian Social Behavior"; American Zoologist 14 (1974):35-49.
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2568. Roy J. Britten, Eric H. Davidson; "Gene Regulation for Higher Cells: A Theory"; Science 165 (25 July, 1969):349-357.
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2570. Hartwig Kuhlenbeck; The Central Nervous System of Vertebrates; (Academic Press, N. Y.; 1967).
2571. Frederick I. Ordway, III; Life in Other Solar Systems; (E. P. Dutton, N. Y.; 1965). {#603}
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2573. Philip H. Brownell; "Compressional and Surface Waves in Sand: Used by Desert Scorpions to Locate Prey"; Science 197 (29 July, 1977):479-482.
2574. A. E. Walsby; "The Gas Vacuoles of Blue-Green Algae"; Scientific American 237 (August, 1977):90-97.
2575. Irwin Fridovich; "Oxygen is Toxic!" Bioscience 27 (July, 1977): 462-466.
2576. Raccoona Sheldon; "The Screwfly Solution"; Analog 97 (June, 1977):54-73. (S/F)
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2578. Ursula K. LeGuin; The Word for World is Forest; (Berkley Publishing Corporation, N. Y.; 1972). (S/F)
2579. Alexei Panshin; Rite of Passage; (Ace Books, N. Y.; 1968). (S/F)
2580. Vern Dermott; Planet Finders; (Lenox Hill Press, N. Y.; 1975). (S/F)
2581. Marvin Harris; Cows, Pigs, Wars and Witches; (Vintage Books, N. Y.; 1974).
2582. Gordon Bermant; "Never Mind the Birds and Bees; Regard the Praying Mantis"; Psychology Today 3 (July, 1969):28-31.
2583. O. Cuellar; "Animal Parthenogenesis"; Science 197 (26 August 1977):837-843.
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2585. Lewis S. Feuer (Dept. of Sociology, Univ. of Toronto); "Anarchy, Authority, and Human Freedom"; in Liberty Under Law; (American Bar Association; 1970), pp. 61-78.
2586. Donald W. Treadgold (Prof. Russian History, Univ. of Washington, Seattle); "The Varieties of Totalitarianism"; in Liberty Under Law; (American Bar Association; 1970); pp. 79-97.
2587. William Marina; Egalitarianism and Empire; (Institute for Humane Studies, Inc., Menlo Park, California; 1975).
2588. Charles G. Howard, Robert S. Summers; Law: It's Nature, Functions, and Limits; (Prentice-Hall, Inc., Englewood Cliffs, N. J.; 1965).
2589. Palmer D. Edmunds; Law and Civilization; (Public Affairs Press, Wash., D. C.; 1959).
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2591. P. Stuchka; "The Last Act of the State: It Withers Away"; in Jaworskyj (#2590):240-243.
2592. Collective Authorship; "On Communist Society: It's Immediate and Future Prospects"; in Jaworskyj (#2590):511-525.
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2594. William Seagle; The Quest for Law; (Alfred A. Knopf, N. Y.; 1941).
2595. A. S. Diamond; Primitive Law; (Watts and Company, London; 1935).
2596. W. Raymond Drake; Gods and Spacemen in Greece and Rome; (New American Library, N. Y.; 1977).
2597. Joseph F. Goodavage; Magic: Science of the Future; (New American Library, N. Y.; 1976).
2598. Gray Barker; "Extraterrestrial and the Worldwide Panic Factor"; UFO Report 4 (October, 1977):38-41, 65-74. Ed. note, p. 74.
2599. Julian Jaynes*; The Origin of Consciousness in the Breakdown of the Bicameral Mind; (Houghton Mifflin Company, Boston; 1977) (*lecturer in Psych. at Princeton).
2600. C. Northcote Parkinson (Prof. of History, Univ. of Malaya); The Evolution of Political Thought; (Houghton Mifflin Company, Boston; 1958).
2601. Robert A. Heinlein; Time Enough for Love; (G. P. Putnam's Sons, N. Y.; 1973). (S/F)
2602. M. King Hubbert; "The Energy Resources of the Earth"; Scientific American 224 (September, 1971):60-70.
2603. Peter T. White; "This Land of Ours - How Are We Using It?" National Geographic 150 (July, 1976):20-67.
2604. "Air Force Bestows on National Archives a Trove for UFOlogists"; Science 193 (20 August, 1976):662-663.
2605. Urless Norton Lanham; "Why Do Insects Have Six Legs?" Science 113 (June 8, 1951): 663.
2606. Andrew J. Burgess; "Earth Chauvinism"; The Christian Century 93 (December 8, 1976):1098-1102.
2607. Timothy Ferris; "The Universe as an Ocean of Thought"; Harper 251 (July, 1975):38-43.
2608. T. B. H. Kuiper, M. Morris; "Searching for Extraterrestrial Civilizations"; Science 196 (May 6, 1977):616-621.
2609. Harold Morowitz, Carl Sagan; "Life in the Clouds of Venus?" Nature 215 (1967):1259-1260.
2610. Michael A. G. Michaud; "Spaceflight, Colonization and Independence: A Synthesis"; Part One JBIS 30 (March, 1977):82-95; Part Two JBIS 30 (June, 1977):203-212; Part Three JBIS 30 (September 1977):323-331. [Part One: "Expanding the Human Biosphere"; Part Two: "Manned Interstellar Flight and the Colonization of Other Systems"; Part Three: "The Consequences of. Colonization"]
2611. M. W. Saunders; "Databank for an Inhabited Extrasolar Planet: Purpose, Indication, and Installation"; JBIS 30 (September 1977): 349-358.
2612. John B. Corliss, Robert D. Ballard; "Oases of Life in the Cold Abyss"; National Geographic 152 (October, 1977):440-453.
2613. Keith Laumer; Bolo; (G. P. Putnam's Sons, N. Y.; 1976). (S/F)
2614. Peter Ambrose; "Crash Site; Galaxy 38 (May, 1977):107-118.
2615. Frank Herbert; The Dosadi Experiment; Galaxy (May/August 1977). (S/F)
2616. Arthur W. J. G. Ord-Hume; Perpetual Motion: The History of an Obsession; (St. Martin's Press, N. Y.; 1977).
2617. David Foster; The Intelligent Universe; (Abelard, London; 1975).
2618. Jean-Paul Sartre; Existentialism and Human Emotions; (Philosophical Library, Inc., N. Y.; 1957).
2619. Ellsworth Huntington (Yale U., Prof. Social Geography); Mainsprings of Civilization; (John Wiley & Sons; N. Y.; 1945).
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2622. Paul Fickeler; "Fundamental Questions in the Geography of Religions"; in Philip L. Wagner, Marvin W. Mikesell; Readings in 'Cultural Geography'; (The University of Chicago Press, Chicago; 1962), pp. 94-117.
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2625. J. Abbott; The Keys of Power: A Study of Indian Ritual and Belief; (University Book, Inc., Seacaucus, N. J.; 1974).
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2627. Edward Westermarck; Ritual and Belief in Morocco; (Univ. Books, Inc., N. Y.; 1968).
2628. Arnold van Gennep; The Rites of Passage; (The Univ. of Chicago Press, Chicago; 1960).
2629. Peter Haggett, Richard J. Chorley; Network Analysis in Geography; (Edward Arnold Publishers Ltd., London; 1969).
2630. Ashley Montagu; Immortality, Religion, and Morals; (Hawthorn Books, Inc., N. Y.; 1971).
2631. Ben Bova, Trudy E. Bell, eds.; Closeup: New Worlds; (St. Martin's Press, N. Y.; 1977).
2632. Jerry Pournelle; "The Old and New Mars"; in (#2631):31-77.
2633. Gregory Benford; "The Exploration of Venus"; in (#2631):79-105.
2634. Joe Haldeman; "The Surprising World Called Mercury"; in (#2631): 107-135.
2635. Hal Clement; "Jupiter: Eden With a Red Spot"; in (#2631):137-173.
2636. Larry Niren; A World Out Of Time; (Ballantine, N. Y.; 1976). (S/F)
2637. Carl Sagan; "Reducing Greenhouses and the Temperature History of Earth and Mars"; Nature 269 (15 September, 1977):224-226.
2638. V. A. Efanov, I. G. Moiseev, N. S. Nesterov, N. M. Shakhovskoy; "Rapid Fluctuations of Radio Flux and Polarisation in Quasar 3C273"; Nature 269 (6 October 1977):493-494.
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2640. Robert A. Heinlein; The Puppet Masters; (Doubleday & Co., Inc., N. Y.; 1951). (S/F)
2641. Morris Hershman; The Crash of 2086; (Major Books, Canoga Park, Calif.; 1976). (S/F)
2642. Gordon R. Dickson; Mission to Universe; (Ballantine Books, N. Y.; 1977). (S/F)
2643. Robert A. Heinlein; Stranger in a Strange Land; (G. P. Putnam's Sons, N. Y.; 1961). (S/F)
2644. T. J. Bass; The Godwhale; (Ballantine Books, N. Y.; 1974). (S/F)
2645. Jean Rostand; Can Man Be Modified?; (Basic Books, Inc., N. Y.; 1959). (S/F)
2646. "Functioning Artificial Gene Synthesized"; Science News 110 (September 4, 1976):148-149.
2647. Victor Cohn; 1999, Our Hopeful Future; (Bobbs-Merrill Co., Inc., N. Y.; 1956).
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2649. Alan Harrington; The Immortalist; (Celestial Arts, Millbrae, California; 1977).
2650. P. J. Plauger; "The Con Artist"; Analog 96 (December, 1976):27-46. (S/F)
2651. Charles Sheffield; "Legacy"; Galaxy 38 (June, 1977):4-29. (S/F)
2652. John P. Henahan; "Surgery Under A Microscope"; Science Digest 78 (October, 1975):53-57.
2653. "Transplants: Organs on Ice"; Science Digest 82 (September 1977): 85.
2654. "Recycling Human Bodies To Save Lives"; The Futurist 10 (April, 1976): 108.
2655. Robert Bahr; "A New Ethical Question: Head Transplants?" Science Digest 81 (May, 1977):76-78.
2656. Oriana Fallaci; "The Dead Body and the Living Brain"; Look (November 28, 1967).
2657. "The Artificial Leaf"; Science Digest 78 (December, 1975): 25.
2658. "Studying Life with Synthetic Leaves"; Science News 109 (March 27, 1976): 203. {#2698}
2659. Julie Ann Miller; "Artificial Organs and Beyond"; Science News 112 (Sept. 3, 1977):154-156.
2660. Duston Harvey; "Utah Researchers Are Developing Artificial Eye"; Sunday Mercury News (May 16, 1976): 31.
2661. "Artificial Vision: A Quantum Leap Forward"; Science News 109 (Jan. 31, 1976): 68.
2662. David Black; "Computers That Read Your Mind"; Science Digest 78 (August, 1975):62-65.
2663. "A Computer Under Your Hat"; Science News 109 (February 28, 1976): 133.
2664. Jerry Pournelle; "Science and Man's Future: Prognosis Magnificent!" Galaxy 37 (September 1976):58-68.
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2666. Carl Frederick; "Robots That Talk, Think, Create... And Even Go Crazy"; Scientist Digest 80 (September 1976):70-75.
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2670. Thomas A. Easton; "Turing Point"; Analog 95 (May, 1975): 93-104.
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2672. Arielle Emmett; "The Computer Meets the Doctor"; Science Digest 78 (September 1975):85-87.
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2674. Albert L. Zobrist, Frederic R. Carlson, Jr.; "Advice-Taking Chess Computer"; Scientific American 228 (June, 1973):92-105.
2675. Lynn Arthur Steer; "Computer Chess: Mind vs. Machine"; Science News 108 (November 29, 1975): 345, 350.
2676. "Good Try"; Scientific American 236 (June, 1977): 56, 61.
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2682. Isaac Asimov; I, Robot; (Doubleday & Co., Inc., N. Y.; 1950). (S/F)
2683. David L. Heiserman; Build Your Own Working Robot; (TAB Books, Blue Ridge Summit, Pennsylvania; 1976).
2684. "Soviets Produce Metallic Hydrogen"; Science News 110 (September 18, 1976):181-182.
2685. N. W. Pirie; "Pseudo-muscles"; in I. J. Good, ed.; (#714):279-280.
2686. "Superconducting Regions in Lysozyme"; Nature 256 (July 31, 1975): 371.
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2689. Oscar Firschein, Martin A. Fischer, L. Stephen Coles, Jay M. Tenenbaum; "Intelligent Machines Are On the Way"; IEEE Spectrum 11 (July, 1974):41-48.
2690. Charles Lane; "Rabbit Hemoglobin from Frog Eggs"; Scientific American 235 (August, 1976):60-71.
2691. "The $40, 000 Arm"; Time 106 (December 1, 1975): 63.
2692. "Clippinger's Arm"; Time 102 (September 10, 1973): 61.
2693. "Marvel of Bronx"; Time 103 (April 1, 1974): 48.
2694. Douglas Colligan; "Robots: Mechanized Slave Come of Age"; Science Digest 75 (June, 1974):34-39.
2695. Arthur W. Galston; "Here Come the Clones"; Natural History 84 (February 1975):72-75.
2696. Terry Winograd; "Artificial Intelligence: When Will Computers Understand People?" Psychology Today 7 (May, 1974):73-79.
2697. Robert Buckhout; "Eyewitness Testimony"; Scientific American 231 (December 1974):23-31.
2698. "'Synthetic Leaf' Mimics Plants' Light Conversion"; Chemical and Engineering News 54 (February 16, 1976):32-34.
2699. -; Science Digest 80 (October, 1976): 18.
2700. Ednor M. Rowe, John H. Weaver; "The Uses of Synchrotron Radiation"; Scientific American 236 (June, 1977):32-41.
2701. Allan M. Campbell; "How Viruses Insert Their DNA into the DNA of the Host Cell"; Scientific American 235 (December 1976):102-113.
2702. "Bulletproof Robot Rough on Burglars"; San Jose Mercury (September 9, 1977): 2.
2703. Marvin Scott; "Would You Want This Robot in Your Home?" San Jose Mercury News (October 2, 1977):14-16.
2704. James S. Albus, John M. Evans, Jr.; "Robot Systems"; Scientific American 234 (February 1976):76-86B.
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2707. A. M. Andrew; "Possibilities and Probabilities"; in George & Humphries, eds.; (#952):115-123.
2708. Joyce S. Tischler; "Rights for Nonhuman Animals: A Guardianship Model for Dogs and Cats"; San Diego Law Review 14 (March, 1977):484-506.
2709. Patrick Tilley; Fade-Out; (Dell Publishing Co., N. Y.; 1975). (S/F)
2710. Gerard K. O'Neill; The High Frontier: Human Colonies in Space; (William Morrow and Company, Inc., N. Y.; 1977).
2711. Robert A. Freitas Jr., "High Energy Particles Beams for CETI"; Spaceflight 19 (October, 1977):378-379.
2712. Norbert Giesinger; "Doubts on HEP-CETI"; Spaceflight 19 (October, 1977):379-380.
2713. Douglas B. Nash, Fraser P. Fanale; "Io's Surface Composition Based on Reflectance Spectra of Sulfur/Salt Mixtures and Proton - Irradiation Experiments"; Icarus 31 (May, 1977):40-80. {#2468}
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2715. Andrew T. Young; "An Improved Venus Cloud Model"; Icarus 32 (September 1977):1-26.
2716. Herbert Frey; "Origin of the Earth's Ocean Basins"; Icarus 32 (October 1977):235-250.
2717. David W. Schwartzman; "The Absence of Extraterrestrial on Earth and the Prospects for CETI"; Icarus 32 (December 1977):473-475.
2718. Clifford Bettis, Jerry Bonnell, David Branch; "The Fraction of Solar-Type Stars Having Stellar or Massive Nonstellar Companions"; Icarus 32 (December 1977):461-463.
2719. William I. McLaughlin; "On the Timing of an Interstellar Communication"; Icarus 32 (December 1977):464-470.
2720. Michael H. Hart; "An Explanation for the Absence of Extraterrestrials on Earth"; Quarterly Journal of the Royal Astronomical Society 16 (1975): 128-135.
2721. L. J. Cox; "Correspondence: An Explanation for the Absence of Extraterrestrials on Earth"; Quarterly Journal of the Royal Astronomical Society 17 (1976):201-208.
2722. Lord Douglas of Barlock; "Correspondence: The Absence of Extraterrestrials on Earth"; Quarterly Journal of the Royal Astronomical Society 18 (1977):157-158.
2723. R. J. Livesay; "Criteria for Evolution of Technology on Planets Supporting a Biosphere"; Quarterly Journal of the Royal Astronomical Society 18 (1977):54-59.
2724. John W. Macvey; Interstellar Travel: Past, Present, and Future; (Stein and Day, Publishers, N. Y.; 1977).
2725. "Playboy Panel: UFO's"; Playboy 25 (January 1978): 67-98, 128.
2726. R. K. G. Temple; The Sirius Mystery; (St. Martin's Press, N. Y.; 1976).
2727. Joe Haldeman; Planet of Judgement; (Bantam Books, Inc., N. Y.; 1977). (S/F)
2728. Timothy Bay; "Model Patient 'Harvey' Has 50 Diseases"; Science Digest 82 (December, 1977):34-35.
2729. Steven Spielberg; Close Encounters of the Third Kind; (Dell Publishing Co., Inc., N. Y.; 1977). (S/F)
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2731. Arthur C. Clarke; The Promise of Space; (Pyramid Books, N. Y.; 1970).
2732. Charles Morfill; The Book of the Secrets of Enoch; (Clarendon Press, Oxford; 1896).
2733. Daniel P. Whitmire, A. A. Jackson, IV; "Laser Powered Interstellar Ramjet"; JBIS 30 (June, 1977):223-226.
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2736. Bob Parkinson; "Superfuels"; Spaceflight 18 (October, 1976):348-350.
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2752. T. A. Heppenheimer; "Some Advanced Applications of a 1-Million-Second Isp Rocket Engine"; JBIS 28 (1975):175-181.
2753. F. Winterberg; "Rocket Propulsion by Thermonuclear Micro-Bombs Ignited with Intense Relativistic Electron Beams"; Raumfahrtforschung 15 (1971):208-217.
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2759. Gregory L. Matloff; "Utilization of O'Neill's Model I Lagrange Point Colony as an Interstellar Ark"; JBIS 29 (December, 1976): 775-785.
2760. Conley Powell; "Flight Dynamics of the Ram-Augmented Interstellar Rocket"; JBIS 28 (1975):553-562. {#1117}
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2766. Gregory L. Matloff, Alphonsus J. Fennelly; "Interstellar Applications and Limitations of Several Electrostatic / Electromagnetic Ion Collection Techniques"; JBIS 30 (June, 1977):213-222.
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2771. G. Harry Stine; "Detesters, Phasers and Dean Drives"; Analog 96 (June, 1976):60-80.
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2775. Adrian Berry; The Iron Sun : Crossing the Universe Through Black Holes; (Jonathan Cape Ltd., London; 1977).
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2801. Jean L. Mary; "Neutron Scattering: New Look at Biological Molecules"; Science 198 (November 4, 1977):481-483.
2802. Larry Niven; "A Kind of Murder"; Analog 93 (April, 1974): 43-56. (S/F)
2803. Lord St. Davids; "Justice"; Analog 95 (October 1975): 156-161. (S/F)
2804. J. A. Giordmaine; "Solid State Electronics: Scientific Basis for Future Advances"; Science 195 (March 18, 1977):1235-1240.
2805. R. W. Fuller, John A. Wheeler; "Causality and Multiply Connected Spacetime"; Physical Review 128 (October 15, 1962):919-929.
2806. Jerry Pournelle; "Crashing neutron Stars, Mini Black Holes and Spacedrives"; Galaxy 37 (November 1976):73-82.
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2810. "Seeing Atoms in Crystal"; Science News 111 (Jan. 1, 1977): 5.
2811. Bury St. Edmund; "Professional Courtesy"; Playboy 25 (March, 1978):130-131, 236-238. (S/F)
2812. Robert L. Forward; "Exploring Infrastellar Space"; Analog 97 (September 1977):43-56.
2813. Arthur Fisher; "Amorphous Solar Cell"; Popular Science 212 (March, 1978): 12.
2814. Robert Jastrow; "Toward an Intelligence Beyond Man's"; Time III (Feb. 20, 1978): 59.
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2822. "And the Neutrons Go Round and Round"; Science News 112 (dec. 17, 1977): 407.
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2826. T. A. Heppenheimer; Colonies in Space; (Warner Books, Inc., N. Y.; 1977).
2827. Richard D. Johnson, Charles Holbrow; Space Settlements: A Design Study; (U. S. Govt. Printing Office, Washington, D. C.; 1977). (NASA SP-413).
2828. Alex Eisenstein, Phyllis Eisenstein; "The Weather on Mars"; Analog 94 (December 1974):94-103. (S/F)
2829. Freeman J. Dyson; "The Twenty-First Century"; Vanuxem Lecture, delivered at Princeton University, February 26, 1970.
2830. Jerry Pournelle; "That Buck Roger Stuff"; Galaxy 37 (December 1976):44-54.
2831. Darol Froman; "The Earth as a Man-Controlled Space Ship"; Physics Today 15 (July, 1962):19-23. {#3894}
2832. Stanley Schmidt; "How To Move the Earth"; Analog 96 (May, 1976):59-72.
2833. Iain K. M. Nicolson; "Aspects of Some Problems Concerned with the Construction of Spheres"; in Berry (#77):205-214.
2834. Jack Williamson; "Designing A Dyson Sphere"; Galaxy 37 (November 1976):83-88.
2835. Rick Gore; "Eyes of Science"; National Geographic 153 (March, 1978):360-389.
2836. Gregory Benford; "Beyond Grayworld"; Analog 95 (September 1975):78-97. (S/F)
2837. Geography R. Burbidge; "Galactic Explosions as Sources of Radio Emission"; Nature 190 (June 11, 1961).
2838. Francis P. Bundy; "Superhard Materials"; Scientific American 231 (August 1974):62-70.
2839. Joe Haldeman; "Tricentennial"; Analog 96 (July, 1976): 10-29. (S/F)
2840. Eugene Sänger; Space Flight; (McGraw-Hill, N. Y.; 1965).
2841. "Subterrene World Tunnel Deep Into Earth's Crust"; Futurist 10 (February 1976): 24
2842. "Nuclear Laser Power Up 100-Fold"; Science News 112 (July 30, 1977): 69.
2843. Michael J. Gaffey, Thomas B. McCord; "Mining Outer Space"; Technology Review 79 (June, 1977):50-59.
2844. Henry Kolm; "An Electromagnetic 'Slingshot' for Space Propulsion"; Technology Review 79 (June, 1977):60-66.
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2846. J. Seckbach, F. W. Libby; "Vegetative Life on Venus?" Or Investigations with Algae Which Grow Under Pure Carbon Dioxide in Hot Acid Media at Elevated Pressures"; Space Life Sciences 2 (1970):121-143.
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2852. F. Malaisse et al.; "Aeolanthus biformifolius De Wild: A Hyperaccumulator of Copper from Zaire"; Science 199 (Feb. 24, 1978):887-888.
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2855. Stanley Schmidt; "Pinocchio"; Analog 97 (September 1977): 77-115. (S/F)
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2857. J. E. Pournelle; "Rapping Out the Space Industries"; Galaxy 39 (February 1978):86-96.
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2859. Russell E. Adams, Jr.; "In Search of the Bootstrap Effect"; Analog 98 (April 1978):43-52.
2860. John Philip Cohane; Paradox: The Case for the Extraterrestrial Origin of Man; (Crown Publishers, N. Y.; 1977).
2861. Joan D. Vinge; The Outcasts of Heaven Belt; serialized in Analog 98 (February 1978):16-56; 98 (March, 1978): 104-151; 98 (April, 1978): 108-150. (S/F)
2862. George R. R. Martin; "Call Him Moses"; Analog 98 (February 1978):94-122. (S/F)
2863. David Gerrold; Moonstar Odyssey; (Signet Books; 1977). (S/F)
2864. Peter M. Molton, Ted E. Devine; "Use of Outer Planet Satellites and Asteroids as Sources of Raw Materials for Life Support Systems"; Paper No. 77-236, AAS 23rd Annual Meeting in San Francisco on October 18-20, 1977.
2865. Philip Morrison, John Billingham, John Wolfe, eds.; The Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence; (NASA SP-419, G PO, St. #033-000-00696-0, Washington, D. C.; 1977).
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2879. Robert A. Heinlein; "Goldfish Bowl"; in Knight (#2875):128-163. (S/F)
2880. H. B. Fyfe; "In Valve Deceived"; in Knight (#2875):164-176. (S/F)
2881. Martin Gardner; "White and Brown Music, Fractal Curves and One-over-f Fluctuations"; Scientific American 238 (April, 1978):16-31.
2882. Jack M. Fein; "Microvascular Surgery for Stroke"; Scientific American 238 (April, 1978):58-67.
2883. Richard F. Voss, John Clarke; "'I/f Noise' in Music and Speech"; Nature 258 (Nov. 27, 1975):317-318.
2884. Poul Anderson; "Memory"; in Beyond the Beyond; (Signet, N. Y.; 1969), pp. 7-42. (S/F)
2885. Poul Anderson; "Starfog"; in Anderson (#2884):207-263. (S/F)
2886. John P. Holdren; "Fusion Energy in Context: It's Fitness for the Long Term"; Science 200 (14 April, 1978):168-180.
2887. J. Harte et al.; Energy and the Fate of Ecosystems; (Resource Group on Ecosystem Impacts, Committee on Nuclear and Alternative Energy Systems, National Academy of Sciences, Washington, D. C.; 1978).
2888. Gardner Dozois; Strangers; (Berkley Publ. Corp., N. Y.; 1978). (S/F)
2889. Michael H. Hart*; "The Evolution of the Atmosphere of the Earth"; Icarus 33 (Jan. 1978):23-39. [*Lab. for Planetary Atms, NASA/Goddard Space F. C. ]
2890. Von Hans Thirring; "Über die Wirkung rotierendes ferner Massen in der Einsteinschen Gravitationstheorie"; Physikalische Zeitschrift 19 (1918):33-39.
2891. J. C. Hafele, Richard E. Keating; "Around - the - World Atomic Clocks: Predicted (and Observed) Relativistic Time Gains"; Science 177 (14 July, 1972):166-170.
2892. W. F. G. Swann; "Matter, Antimatter, and Gravitation"; Astrophysical Journal 133 (May, 1961):733-737.
2893. Christopher Gregory; "Einstein, Infeld, and Hoffmann Problem of Motion in Five Space"; Physical Review 125 (March 15, 1962): 2136-2139.
2894. Frank J. Tipler; "Rotating Cylinders and the Possibility of Global Causality Violation"; Physical Review D 9 (15 April 1974):2203-2206.
2895. Ursula K. LeGuin; Planet of Exile; (Ace Books, N. Y.; 1966). (S/F)
2896. Marvin Harris; Cannibals and Kings: The Origins of Cultures; (Random House, N. Y.; 1977).
2897. Bernhard Rensch; Biophilosophy; (Columbia University Press, N. Y.; 1971).
2898. James W. Valentine, Eldridge M. Moores; "Plate Tectonics and the History of Life in the Oceans"; Scientific American 230 (April, 1974):80-89.
2899. P. B. Dews; "Some Observations on an Operant in the Octopus"; in Thomas E. McGill, ed.; Readings in Animal Behavior, (Holt, Rinehart & Winston, N. Y.; 1965), pp. 435-439.
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2901. J. Z. Young; A Model of the Brain; (Oxford University Press, London; 1964).
2902. Irenäus Eibl-Eibesfeldt; Ethology: The Biology of Behavior; (Holt, Rinehart & Winston, N. Y.; 1970).
2903. B. R. Komisaruk, J. Olds; "Neuronal Correlates of Behavior in Freely Moving Rats"; Science 161 (1968):810-812.
2904. Edward J. Murray; Motivation and Emotion; (Prentice-Hall, Inc., N. J.; 1964). {#522}
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2906. Magda Arnold; Emotion and Personality; (Columbia University Press, N. Y.; 1960).
2907. Joel Greenberg; "The Brain and Emotions"; Science News 112 (July 30, 1977):74-75.
2908. M. J. Wells; "What the Octopus Makes of It: Our World from Another Point of View"; in McGill (#2899):338-346.
2909. Vernor C. Finch, Glenn T. Trewartha; Elements of Geography: Physical and Cultural; (McGraw-Hill Book Company, Inc., N. Y.; 1942).
2910. Harry J. Jerison; "Paleoneurology and the Evolution of Mind"; Scientific American 234 (January 1976):90-101.
2911. M. J. Wells (Dept. Zool., Union of Cambridge); Octopus: Physiology and Behavior of Advanced Invertebrate; (John Wiley & Sons, N. Y.; 1978).
2912. Robert C. Gildart; "Elephant Seals -- in Herds Again"; Smithsonian 9 (April, 1978):94-98.
2913. [Gordon R. Dickson, Harry Harrison; "Lifeboat"; Analog 95 #3012 (April, 1975):102-151] (S/F)
2914. Poul Anderson; The High Crusade; (Berkley Publishing Corp., N. Y.; 1960). (S/F)
2915. Michael J. Harner; "Population Pressure and the Social Evolution of Agriculturalists"; Southwestern Journal of Anthropology 26 (1970): 67-86.
2916. James P. Hogan; The Genesis Machine; (Ballantine Books, N. Y.; 1978). (S/F)
2917. C. M. Turnbull; The Mountain People; (Touchstone Books, Simon & Schuster, N. Y.; 1972).
2918. Stephen T. Emlen, Lewis W. Oring; "Ecology, Sexual Selection, and the Evolution of Mating Systems"; Science 197 (15 July 1977): 215-223.
2919. Frank Herbert; Dune; (Chilton Book Company, Philadelphia; 1965). (S/F)
2920. Isaac Asimov; Nightfall and Other Stories; (Doubleday Company, Inc., N. Y.; 1969). (S/F)
2921. Frederick Pohl; "Creatures of the Wind"; (S/F)
2922. Konrad Lorenz; "Die angeborenen Formen möglicher Erfahrung"; Z. Tierpsychol. 5 (1943):235-409.
2923. B. Hückstedt; "Experimentelle Untersuchungen zum 'Kindchenschema'"; Z. Exptl. Angew. Psychol. 12 (1965):421-450.
2924. P. Spindler; "Studien zur Vererbung von Verhaltensweisen. 3. Verhalten gegenüber jüngen Katzen"; Anthropol. Anz. 25 (1961):60-80.
2925. Konrad Lorenz; Über tierisches und menschliches Verhalten. Aus dem Werdegang der Verhaltenslehre (Ges. Abhandl.). I u. II. Munich (Piper). Cited in (#2902). 1965.
2926. J. Crane; "Basic Patterns of Display in Fiddler Crabs"; Zoologica 42 (1957):69-82.
2927. H. Schöne, K. Schone; "Balz und andere Verhaltensweisen der Mangrovekrabbe, Goniopsis cruentata, und das Winkverhalten der eulitoralen Brachyuren"; Z. Tierpsychol. 20 (1963):641-656.
2928. Margaret Mead; Sex and Temperament in Three Primitive Societies; (William Marrow and Co., N. Y.; 1935).
2929. Poul Anderson; People of the Wind; (Signet Books, N. Y.; 1973). (S/F)
2930. R. Bigelow; The Dawn Warriors: Man's Evolution Toward Peace; (Little, Brown and Co., Boston; 1969).
2931. James Hassett; "Sex and Smell"; Psychology Today 11 (March, 1978):40-45.
2932. F. H. Bronson; "Pheromonal Influences on Mammalian Reproduction"; in M. Diamond, ed.; Perspectives in Reproduction and Sexual Behavior, (Indiana University Press, Bloomington; 1969); pp. 341-361.
2933. B. Hölldobler; "Chemische Strategie beim Nahrungserwerb der Diebsameise (Solenopsis fugax Latr.) und der Pharaoameise (Monomorium pharaonis L.) " Oecologica, Berlin 11 (1973):371-380.
2934. Martin Gardner; "A Mathematical Zoo of Astounding Critters, Imaginary and Otherwise"; Scientific American 238 (June, 1978):18-28.
2935. Karel Capek; War With the Newts.(S/F)
2936. J. B. Calhoun; "Population Density and Social Pathology"; Scientific American 206 (February, 1962):139-148.
2937. Paul Leyhausen; "The Communal Organization of Solitary Mammals"; Symposia of the Zoological Society of London 14 (1965):249-263.
2938. D. R. Robertson; "Social Control of Sex Reversal in a Coral-Reef Fish"; Science 177 (1972):1007-1009.
2939. H. K. Mao, P. M. Bell; "High Pressure Physics: Sustained Static Generation of 1. 36 to 1. 72 Megabars"; Science 200 (9 June, 1978): 1145-1147.
2940. "Arena"; episode of Star Tech TV series. (S/F)
2941. John E. Pfeiffer; The Emergence of Society: A Prehistory of the Establishment; (McGraw-Hill Book Co., N. Y.; 1977).
2942. Karl A. Wittfogel; Agriculture: A Key to the Understanding of Chinese Society Past and Present; (Australian National University Press, Canberra; 1970).
2943. Ralph Hamil; "Terraforming the Earth"; Analog 98 (July, 1978):46-65.
2944. Isaac Asimov; The Foundation Trilogy; (Doubleday & Company, Inc., N. Y.; 1951, 1952, 1953). (S/F)
2945. "Why You Do What You Do- Sociobiology: A New Theory of Behavior"; Time 110 (Aug. 1, 1977):54-63.
2946. Scot Morris; "The New Science of Genetic Self-Interest"; Psychology Today 10 (February 1977):42-51, 84-88.
2947. O. A. Battista; "Outwitted By Ants-And Their High IQs"; Science Digest 83 (May, 1978):64-66.
2948. Poul Anderson; "The Sharing of Flesh"; in Asimov (#608):769-797. (S/F)
2949. Richard P. Michael, Doris Zumpe; "Potency in Male Rhesus Monkeys: Effects of Continuously Receptive Females"; Science 200 (April 26, 1978):451-453.
2950. G. Gray Eaton; "The Social Order of Japanese Macaques"; Scientific American 235 ( October, 1976):96-106.
2951. J. Wesley Burgess; "Social Spiders"; Scientific American 234 (March, 1976):100-106.
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2954. A. Einstein, N. Rosen; "The Particle Problem in the General Theory of Reality"; Physical Review 48 (July 1, 1935).
2955. J. H. Fremlin, Anthony Michaelis; cited in Berry (#77), private communication in 1972.
2956. L. M. Modesitt, Jr.; "Viewpoint Critical"; Analog 98 (July, 1978):152-157. (S/F)
2957. Richard G. Cross, Albert Globus; "Spine Stems on Tectal Interneurons in Jewel Fish Are Shortened by Social Stimulation"; Science 200 (May 19, 1978):787-790.
2958. Melville J. Herskovits; Economic Anthropology; (W. W. Norton Co., Inc., N. Y.; 1952).
2959. Poul Anderson; Star Ways. (S/F)
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2962. Charles Sheffield; "Bounded in Nutshell"; Analog 98 (July, 1978):126-142. (S/F)
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2964. Oliver Williamson; Corporate Control and Business Behavior; (Prentice Hall, N. J.; 1971).
2965. Harrison C. White; "Management Conflict and Sociometric Structure"; American Journal of Sociology 67 (1961):185-199.
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2967. Douglas Pike; The Organization and Techniques of the National Liberation Front of South Vietnam; (M. I. T. Press, Cambridge, Mass.; 1966).
2968. Franz Schurmann; Ideology and Organization in Communist China; (University of California Press, Berkeley, Calif.; 1966).
2969. Lawrence Fouraker, John M. Stopford; "Organizational Structure and Multinational Strategy"; Administrative Science Quarterly 13 (1968): 47-64.
2970. Alfred Chandler; Strategy and Structure; (M. I. T. Press, Cambridge, Mass.; 1962).
2971. Ronald J. May; Federalism and Fiscal Adjustment; (Oxford Press, England; 1969).
2972. Tim Quilici; personal communication; December 13, 1976.
2973. Dean B. McLaughlin; Introduction to Astronomy; (Houghton Mifflin Company, Boston; 1961).
2974. George B. Schaller; The Serengeti Lion: A Study of Predator-Prey Relations; (University of Chicago Press, Chicago; 1972).
2975. James Ragusa; "Optimum Organization, for Space Communities"; paper No. 77-293, delivered at the 23rd Annual Meeting of the AAS in San Francisco, October 20, 1977.
2976. Donald K. Stern; personal communication; July 23, 1976.
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2978. E. L. Cameron; correspondence in Astounding Science Fiction 33 (March, 1944).
2979. Stanley Weinbaum; "Valley of Dreams"; Wonder Stories 6 (November, 1934). (S/F)
2980. Nat Schachner; "City of the Corporate Mind"; Astounding Science Fiction 24 (December 1939).
2981. Jay W. Forrester; World Dynamics; (Wright-Allen Press, Cambridge, Mass.; 1971).
2982. Donella H. Meadows, Dennis L. Meadows, Jorgen Rangers, William W. Behrens III; The Limits to Growth; (Universe Books, N. Y.; 1972).
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2985. Charles Edward Gray; "Paradoxes in Western Creativity"; American Anthropologist 74 (June 1972):696-688.
2986. R. J. Miller; "Biology and Culture: Are They Separable?" Journal of Social Research 13 (September 1970):127-139.
2987. Laura Thompson; "Cultural Homeostasis: A Heuristic Concept in Understanding Culture Process"; Eastern Anthropologist 22 (Jan. /April 1969):1-12.
2988. Richard G. Niemi, William H. Riker; "The Choice of Voting Systems"; Scientific American 234 (June, 1976):21-27.
2989. Don Moser; "The Philippines: Better Days Still Elude an Old Friend"; National Geographic 151 (March, 1977):360-391.
2990. William H. Riker; Federalism: Origin, Operation, Maintenance; (Boston; 1964).
2991. Nicholas Pippenger; "Complexity Theory"; Scientific American 238 (Jane, 1978):114-124.
2992. Ervin Laszlo; Introduction to Systems Philosophy; (Gordon & Breach Publ., N. Y.; 1972).
2993. Berthold K. Hölldobler, Edward D. Wilson; "Weaver Ants"; Scientific American 237 (December 1977):146-154.
2994. "Chimp Killings: Is it the 'Man' in Them?" Science News 113 (Apr. 29, 1978): 276.
2995. Joe Haldeman; The Forever War. (S/F)
2996. George Lucas; Star Wars; (Ballantine, N. Y.; 1977). (S/F)
2997. Poul Anderson; "No Truce With Kings"; in Asimov (#608):363-415. (S/F)
2998. Fred Hoyle; "A Contradiction in the Argument of Malthus"; The St. John's College Cambridge Lecture 1962-1963, delivered at the University of Hull, May 17, 1963. (Discussed in Sullivan (#102):253-255.
2999. Oswald Spengler; The Decline of the West; (Alfred A. Knopf, N. Y.; 1962).
3000. Arnold Joseph Toynbee; A Study of History; (Oxford University Press, N. Y.; 1946).
3001. Hayford Peirce; "Rebounder"; Analog 96 (April, 1976): 43-55. (S/F)
3002. S. Fordham; "Organization Efficiency"; Journal of Industrial Economics 6 (1958):209-215.
3003. P. Eisenberger, B. M. Kincaid; "EXAFS : New Horizons in Structure Determinations"; Science 200 (30 June, 1978):1441-1447.
3004. Emily Hahn; Look Who's Talking !"; (T. Y. Crowell, N. Y.; 1978).
3005. Gerald M. Edelman, Vernon B. Mountcastle; The Mindful Brain: Cortical Organization and Group-Selective Theory of Higher Brain Function; (M. I. T. Press, Cambridge, Mass.; 1978).
3006. William A. Calder III; "The Kiwi"; Scientific American 239 (July, 1978):132-142.
3007. Robert A. Heinlein; The Star Beast; (Ballantine Books, N. Y.; 1954). (S/F)
3008. Sam Keen; "The Lost Voices of the Gods: Reflections on the Dawn of Consciousness"; Psychology Today 11 (Nov. 1977):58-64, 138-144.
3009. Philip K. Bok; Modern Cultural Anthropology; (Alfred A. Knopf, Inc., N. Y.; 1969).
3010. Bernard R. Ortiz de Montellano; "Aztec Cannibalism: An Ecological Necessity?" Science 200 (12 May, 1978):611-617.
3011. David R. Reuben; Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Sex; (David McKay Company, Inc., N. Y.; 1970).
3012. Gordon R. Dickson, Harry Harrison; "Lifeboat"; Analog 95 (February 1975):12-57, 95 (March, 1975): 122-167, 95 (April 1975): 102-151. (S/F)
3013. Robert B. Lindsay; Science in Civilization; (Harper & Row, Publ., N. Y.; 1963).
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3015. Carl Frederick; "The Illogic of Logic"; Science Digest 80 (October 1976):46-53.
3016. J. Robert Oppenheimer; "On Science and Culture"; Encounter (October 1962).
3017. Richard F. Voss, John Clark; "'l/F Noise' in Music: Music from l/F Noise"; The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 63 (January 1978):258-263.
3018. Spider Robinson, Jeanne Robinson; "St. . dance"; Analog 97 (March, 1977):12-65. (S/F)
3019. Rodolfo Margaria; Biomechanics and Energetics of Muscular Exercise; (Oxford University Press; 1976).
3020. J. W. M. Whiting; "Are the Hunter-Gatherers a Cultural Type?" in R. B. Lee, I. DeVore, eds.; Man the Hunter; (Aldine Publishing Co., Chicago; 1968), pp. 336-339.
3021. G. Lenski; Human Societies: A Macrolevel Introduction to Sociology; (McGraw-Hill Book Co., N. Y.; 1970).
3022. R. A. Rappaport; "The Sacred in Human Evolution"; Annual Review of Ecology and Systematics 2 (1971):23-44.
3023. Henri Bergson; The Two Sources of Morality and Religion; (Henry Holt, N. Y.; 1935). Transl. by R. A. Audra, C. Brereton, and W. H. Carter.
3024. Lawrence Kohlberg; "Stage and Sequence: The Cognitive-Development Approach to Socialization"; in D. A. Goslin, ed.; Handbook of Socialization Theory and Research; (Rand McNally Co., Chicago; 1969), pp. 347-480.
3025. H. C. White; Chains of Opportunity: System of Mobility in Organization; (Harvard University Press, Cambridge; 1970).
3026. Frank Herbert; "The ConSentiency-And How It Got That Way"; Galaxy 38 (May, 1977):5-9.
3027. Kurt Gödel; On Formally Undecidable Propositions of Principia Mathematica and Related Systems; (Oliver and Boyd, London; 1962). Translated by B. Meltzer from the German. (But see corrections in The Journal of Symbolic Logic 30 (1965):357-362).
3028. Ernest Nagel, James R. Newman; Gödel’s Proof; (New York University Press, N. Y.; 1959).
3029. Clarence I. Lewis, Cooper H. Langford; Symbolic Logic; (Appleton-Century-Crofts, N. Y.; 1932).
3030. Willard Van Orman Quine; "The Problem of Interpreting Modal Logic"; The Journal of Symbolic Logic 12 (1947):42-48.
3031. G. Bergmann; "The Philosophical Significance of Modal Logic", Mind 69 (1960):466-485.
3032. Georg Henrik Von Wright; Logical Studies; (The Humanities Press, Inc., N. Y.; 1957).
3033. Alan R. Anderson; "A Reduction of Deontic Logic to Alethic Modal Logic"; Mind 67 (1958):100-103.
3034. L. Aqvist; "Interpretations of Deontic Logic"; Mind 73 (1964):246-253.
3035. Edward Sapir; Selected Writings of Edward Sapir in Language, Culture and Personality; (University of California Press, Berkeley; 1949).
3036. Edward T. Hall; The Silent Language; (Fawcett Publications, Inc., Greenwich, Conn.; 1959).
3037. Ruth Benedict; Patterns of Culture; (Mentor Books, N. Y.; 1946).
3038. Marvin Harris; Cows, Pigs, Wars and Witches: The Riddles of Culture; (Random House, N. Y.; 1974).
3039. C. Kluckhohn; "Navaho Morals"; in R. Kluckhohn, ed.; Culture and Behavior; (Free Press, N. Y.; 1962).
3040. C. Kluckhohn; "Ethical Relativity: Sic et Non"; in R. Kluckhohn (#3039).
3041. Roy Wallis; "Fishing for Men"; The Humanist 38 (Jan. /February 1978):14-16.
3042. Paul Kurtz, ed.; The Humanist Alternative: Some Definitions of Humanism; (Prometheus Books, Buffalo, N. Y.; 1973).
3043. Humanist Manifestos I and II; (Prometheus Books, Buffalo, N. Y.; 1973).
3044. Konstantin Kolenda; Religion Without God; (Prometheus Books, Buffalo, N. Y; 1976).
3045. I. Sanderson; The Dynasty of Abu; (Knopf, N. Y.; 1962).
3046. Kai Nielson; Ethics Without God; (Prometheus Books, Buffalo, N. Y.; 1975).
3047. Jack Vance; The Language of Pao. (S/F)
3048. A. E. Van Vogt; "Black Destroyer"; Astounding Science Fiction 23 (July, 1939). (S/F)
3049. Willy Ley; Galaxy 5 (February 1953): 72
3050. Linus Pauling; College Chemistry; (W. H. Freeman and Company, San Francisco; 1964). 3rd Edition.
3051. Harry Harrison; "A Criminal Act"; Analog 78 (January, 1967). (S/F)
3052. William T. Silent; "Death Sentence"; Analog 93 (June, 1974):103-109. (S/F)
3053. Stanley A. Bowes; "Forecasting by Repetition"; Science Digest 83 (January 1978): 91
3054. Thomas Wylde; "Get Happy"; Galaxy 38 (September, 1977):130-146. (S/F)
3055. Gurney Williams III; "How To Control Your Dreams"; Science Digest 80 (July, 1976):50-57.
3056. "Crime or Punishment?" Time 110 (July 25, 1977): 38.
3057. Nicholas E. Collias, Elsie C. Collias, eds.; External Construction by Animals; (John Wiley & Sons, Inc., N. Y.; 1977).
3058. Joe Haldeman; "A Time to Love"; Analog 97 (May, 1977): 88-95. (S/F)
3059. Roger Field; "Computerized Cameras, Knives Sculpt Quickly"; Science Digest 81 (April, 1977):77-78.
3060. Magoroh Maruyama; "Design Principles and Cultures"; paper No. AAS 77-282, delivered at 23rd Annual Meeting of AAS on October 19, 1977.
3061. Roy Mason; "Underground Architecture: What Lies Ahead May Be Beneath Us"; The Futurist 10 (February 1976):16-20.
3062. Roy Mason; "Architecture Beyond 2000"; The Futurist 9 (October, 1975):235-246.
3063. William Zuk, Roger Clark; Kinetic Architecture; (Van Nostrand Reinhold, N. Y.; 1970).
3064. Roy Mason; "Biological Architecture: A Partnership of Nature and Man"; The Futurist 11 (June, 1977):140-147.
3065. Wolf Hilbertz; "Building Environments That Grow"; The Futurist 11 (June, 1977):148-149.
3066. Glen Small; "Land in the Sky: Vision of a Megastructure"; The Futurist 11 (June, 1977):150-153.
3067. Roy Mason; "Biopolis: The New New Town"; The Futurist 11 (June, 1977):154-156.
3068. Donald Black; The Behavior of Law; (Academic Press, N. Y.; 1976).
3069. Gordon Eklund; "Embryonic Oharma"; Analog 96 (De., 1976): 58-84.
3070. Florence Kluckhohn, Fred Strodbeck; Variations in Value-Orientation; (Row and Peterson, Evanston, Illinois, 1961).
3071. James Grier Miller; Living Systems; (McGraw-Hill Book Company, N. Y.; 1978).
3072. H. J. Bremermann; "Optimization Through Evolution and Recombination"; in M. C. Yovits, G. T. Jacobi, G. D. Goldstein, eds.; Self-Organizing Systems; (Spartan Books, Washington; 1962), pp. 93-106.
3073. J. R. Pierce, C. C. Cutler; "Interplanetary Communications"; in F. I. Ordway, III, ed.; Advances in Space Science. Volume I; (Academic Press, N. Y.; 1959) pp. 68-69.
3074. W. W. Bledsoe; "A Basic Limitation on the Speed of Digital Computers"; IRE Trans. Electron Comp. EC-10 (1961): 530.
3075. B. Berelson, G. A. Steiner; Human Behavior: An Inventory of Scientific Findings; (Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, Inc., N. Y.; 1964).
3076. Gregory Benford; "Starswarmer"; Analog 98 (September 1978): 110-136. (S/F)
3077. John Varley; The Persistence of Vision; (Dial Press, N. Y.; 1978). (S/F)
3078. Peter M. Molton; "On the Likelihood of a Human Interstellar Civilization"; Journal of the BIS 31 (June, 1978):203-208.
3079. Ben East; Bears; (Crown Publishers, N. Y; 1977).
3080. L. Spitzer, Jr.; "The Beginnings and Future of Space Astronomy"; American Scientist 50 (1962):473-484.
3081. Paul Horowitz; "A Search for Ultra-Narrowband Signals of Extraterrestrial Origin"; Science 201 (Aug. 25, 1978):733-735.
3082. C. W. Allen; Astrophysical Quantities; (Athlone Press, University of London; 1973).
3083. R. K. Temple; The Sirius Mystery; (St. Martin's Press, N. Y.; 1976).
3084. Lyman Spitzer, Jr.; "The Beginning and Future of Space Astronomy"; American Scientist 50 (September, 1962):473-484.
3085. Gerard K. O'Neill; "A High Resolution Orbiting Telescope"; Science 160 (1968):843-847.
3086. J. Hedley Robinson; Astronomy Data Book; (John Wiley & Sons, N. Y.; 1972).
3087. T. B. Tang; "The Number of Communicative Civilizations in the Galaxy"; Journal of the BIS 30 (September 1977): 332
3088. D. R. J. Viewing, C. J. Horswell; "Is Catastrophe Possible?" Journal of the BIS 31 (June, 1978):209-216.
3089. Isaac Asimov; Alpha Centauri: The Nearest Star; (Lothrop, Lee & Shepard Co., N. Y.; 1976).
3090. J. B. Irwin; "Report from Gainesville"; Sky and Telescope 49 (1975):164-165.
3091. A. T. Lawton; "Photometric Observation of Planets at Interstellar Distances"; Spaceflight 12 (1970):365-373. (Note correction at Spaceflight 13 (1971): 314.
3092. G. R. Carruthers; "Astronomy with the Space Shuttle"; Sky & Telescope 48 (1974):152-156.
3093. Wanda K. Pleszczynska; "Microgeographic Prediction of Polygyny in the Lark Bunting"; Science 201 (8 September 1978):935-937.
3094. Reginald Bretnor, ed.; The Craft of Science Fiction; (Harper & Row, Publishers, N. Y.; 1976).
3095. Jerry Pournelle; "The Construction of Believable Societies"; in Bretnor (#3094):104-119.
3096. Robert Sheckley; "The Monsters"; in Mason, Greenberg, and Warrick, eds.; Anthropology Through Science Fiction; (St. Martin's Press, N. Y.; 1974). (S/F)
3097. Katherine MacLean; "Alien Minds and Nonhuman Intelligences"; in Bretnor (#3094):136-157.
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3099. L. W. Alvarez et al.; Physical Review 105 (1957): 1127.
3100. George Zweig; "Quark Catalysis of Exothermal Nuclear Reactions"; Science 201 (15 September, 1978):973-979.
3101. Charles Cros; Études sur les moyens de communication avec les planètes (Studies of Methods of Communicating with the Planets); (Gauthier-Villars, Paris; 1869).
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3107. W. T. Sullivan III, S. Brown, C. Wetherill; "Eavesdropping: The radio Signature of the Earth"; Science 199 (27 January 1978):377-388.
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3114. Michael S. Turner; "Neutrinos; The Ultimate Astrophysical Probe"; Mercury 7 (Jan. /February 1978):9-17.
3115. William J. Kaufmann; "The Future of Gravitational Wave Astronomy: An Interview With Kip Thorne"; Mercury 7 (May/June, 1978):58-61.
3116. Stephen Bough, Ho Jung Paik; "The Search for Gravitational Radiation"; Mercury 5 (May/June, 1976):9-15.
3117. Dietrick E. Thomsen; 'Does Gravity Wave?" Science News 113 (March 18, 1978): 169, 174.
3118. L. Kh. Ingel; "Gravitational Focussing"; Soviet Astronomy 17 (1974):836-
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3124. V. S. Troitskii; "Some Considerations On the Search for Intelligent Signals From Space"; in (#28):62-71.
3125. N. S. Kardashev; "Transmission of Information by Extraterrestrial Civilizations"; in (#28):19-29.
3126. N. S. Kardashev; "The Astrophysical Aspect of the Search for Signals From Extraterrestrial Civilization"; in (#29):12-58.
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3129. David Black et al.; "Searching for Extraterrestrial Intelligence: The Ultimate Exploration"; Mercury 6 (July / August, 1977):3-7.
3130. Richard M. Reis; "The JPL Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence"; Mercury 6 (July/August, 1977):8-12.
3131. Jonathan Eberhart; "The World on a Record"; Science News 112 (August 20, 1977):124-125.
3132. Duncan Lunan; "Space Probe from Epsilon Boötis?" Analog 92 (January, 1974):66-84.
3133. F. W. Crawford, D. M. Sears, R. L. Bruce; "Possible Observations and Mechanism of Very Long Delayed Radio Echoes"; Journal of Geophysical Research, Space Physics 75 (1970):7326-7332.
3134. Dale F. Dickinson; "Cosmic Masers"; Scientific American 238 (June, 1978):90-105.
3135. Donald Goldsmith; "Exploding Galaxies"; Mercury 6 (January/February 1977):2-5.
3136. "Outward Bound"; Scientific American 230 (February 1974): 42-43.
3137. A. C. Fabian; "Signalling Over Stellar Distances With X-Rays"; JBIS 30 (March, 1977):112-113.
3138. D. R. J. Viewing, C. J. Horswell, E. W. Palmer; "Detection of Starships"; JBIS 30 (March, 1977):99-104.
3139. David J. Helfand; "Pulsars: Physics Laboratories in Our Galaxy"; Mercury 6 (May/June, 1977):2-7.
3140. Lawrence Anderson; "X-Rays From Degenerate Stars"; Mercury 5 (Sept. /October 1976):6-11, Mercury 5 (Nov. /December 1976): 2-4, 12.
3141. Jonathan Grindlay; "New Bursts in Astronomy"; Mercury 6 (Sept. /October 1977):6-11.
3142. Robert Sheaffer; "NASA Contemplates Radio Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence"; Spaceflight 18 (October 1976):343-347.
3143. Carl Sagan, Frank Drake; "The Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence"; Scientific American 232 (May, 1975):80-89.
3144. James L. Elliot; "X-Ray Pulses for Interstellar Communication"; in (#22):398-402.
3145. Martin Gardner; "Magic and Paraphysics"; Technology Review 78 (June, 1976):42-51.
3146. Jack Sarfatti, Fred Wolfe, Robert Toben; Space-Time and Beyond; (E. P. Dutton, N. Y.; 1975).
3147. Jack Sarfatti; "The Physical Roots of Consciousness"; in Jeffrey Mishlove; The Roots of Consciousness; (Random House, N. Y.; 1975).
3148. Jack Sarfatti; "The Case for Superluminal Transfer"; Technology Review 79 (March/April, 1977): 3, 75.
3149. Jill Tartar; "The Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence"; Astronomical Society of the Pacific Seminar, October 28, 1977, in San Jose, Calif.
3150. Robert H. Gray; "Broadcast Strategies in the Galaxy: A Principal Message Source Locale"; JBIS 30 (September 1977):341-343.
3151. William D. Metz; "New Light on Quasars: Unraveling the Mystery of BL Lacertae"; Science 200 (2 June, 1978):1031-1033.
3152. Joseph Green; "Star Probe"; Analog 95 (October 1975): 14-62; 95 (November 1975):98-138; 95 (December 1975): 106-156. (S/F)
3153. Margaret L. Silbar; "Every Now and Then A Gamma Pulse"; Analog 96 (March, 1976):32-43.
3154. Ian Ridpath; "A Signalling Strategy for Interstellar Communication"; JBIS 31 (March, 1978):108-109.
3155. Mieczyslaw Subotowicz; "CETI From An Earth Satellite Orbit"; JBIS 31 (March, 1978):109-110.
3156. E. J. Betinus; "On ETI Alien Probe Flux Density"; JBIS 31 (June, 1978):217-221.
3157. Dave Dooling; "Speculating On Man's Neighbors"; Spaceflight 17 (June, 1975):231-232, 240.
3158. David J. Bihary; "The Music of the Spheres"; Spaceflight 20 (May, 1978): iii.
3159. "How Ring Galaxies Are Formed"; Science Digest 81 (February 1977): 78.
3160. Michael J. Disney, Philippe Véron; "BL Lacertae Objects"; Scientific American 237 (August, 1977):32-39.
3161. "Talking Muons"; Scientific American 227 (September 1972): 66-67.
3162. Ian B. Strong, Ray W. Klebesadel; "Cosmic Gamma-Ray Bursts"; Scientific American 235 (October, 1976):66-79A.
3163. "Gamma-Ray Laser in the Sky"; Science News 110 (Dec. 18 & 25, 1976): 389.
3164. "A Ring Galaxy and How To Make It"; Science News 110 (July 10, 1976): 21.
3165. Nancy D. Morrison, David Morrison; "Expansion in a Compact Extragalactic Radio Source"; Mercury 5 (Nov. /December 1976):10-11.
3166. "'Superrelativistic' Quasars Again"; Science News 110 (July 17, 1976): 40.
3167. Frank O. Drake; "Project OZMA"; in (#33):176-177.
3168. Boris Belitsky; "CETI in the Soviet Union"; Spaceflight 19 (May, 1977): 133, 196.
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3170. "Six Search for Extraterrestrial Civilizations"; Science News 109 (Feb. 28, 1976):132-133.
3171. "Listening for Intelligent Aliens"; Science News 112 (Nov. 12, 1977): 313.
3172. Robert Sheaffer; "1977 SETI Progress Report"; Spaceflight 19 (September 1977):307-310.
3173. Robert Sheaffer; "Project OZMA II"; Spaceflight 17 (December 1975):421-423.
3174. Bruce Murray, Samuel Gulkis, Robert E. Edelson; "Extraterrestrial Intelligence: An Observational Approach"; Science 199 (3 February 1978):485-492.
3175. "Women's Brains Don't Neatly Fit the Split Theory"; Psychology Today 12 (October, 1978): 29, 31.
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3178. Anthony T. Lawton, Penny Wright; "Communication Between Intelligent Beings"; Spaceflight 9/10 (Sept. /October 1978):348-352.
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3180. Richard R. Tenaza; Journal of Mammalogy (February 1975).
3181. Niels A. Lassen, David H. Ingvar, Erik Skinhøj; "Brain Function and Blood Flow"; Scientific American 239 (October, 1978): 62-71.
3182. David N. Schramm, Robert N. Clayton; "Did a Supernova Trigger the Formation of the Solar System?" Scientific American 239 (October 1978):124-139.
3183. Eugenie Clark; "Flashlight Fish of the Red Sea"; National Geographic 154 (November 1978):718-728.
3184. France Patterson; "Conversations With a Gorilla"; National Geographic 154 (October, 1978):438-465.
3185. Jay W. Forrester; "Changing Economic Patterns"; Technology Review 80 (August/September 1978):46-53.
3186. C. E. Shannon; "A Mathematical Theory of Communication"; Bell System Technical Journal 27 (1948):379-423, 623-656.
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3188. Justin Leiber; "Extraterrestrial Translation"; Galileo (March, 1978):18-22.
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3191. Harold P. Klein; "The Viking Biological Experiments on Mars"; Icarus 34 (June, 1978):666-674.
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3201. George P. Murdock; "The Common Denominator of Culture"; in Ralph Linton, ed.; The Science of Man in the World Crisis; (Columbia University Press, N. Y; 1945), pp. 124-142.
3202. Robert Nozick; Anarchy, State, and Utopia; (Basic Books, N. Y.; 1974).
3203. J. J. Pierce, ed.; The Best of Murray Leinster; (Ballantine Books, N. Y.; 1978). (S/F)
3204. Murray Leinster; "Proxima Centauri"; in (#3203):59-115. (S/F)
3205. Murray Leinster; "The Lonely Planet"; in (#3203):274-307. (S/F)
3206. Murray Leinster; "Keyhole"; in (#3203):308-325. (S/F)
3207. Carl Sagan; Murmurs of Earth: The Voyager Interstellar Record; (Random House, Inc., N. Y.; 1978).
3208. Francisco J. Ayala; "The Mechanisms of Evolution"; Scientific American 239 (September, 1978):56-69.
3209. "Night in Jonestown"; Time 112 (Dec. 4, 1978):16-21.
3210. "In New York: Much Ado About 'It'"; Time 112 (Dec. 4, 1978): 6, 8, 10.
3211. "Xenon Now A Rase Metal", Science News 114 (Nov. 25, 1978): 358.
3212. Joel Greenberg; "Memory Research: An Era of Good Feeling"; Science News 114 (November 25, 1978):364-365.
3213. "Energy Storage-With Quarks"; Science News 114 (Dec. 2, 1978): 393.
3214. Alexander Woodcock, Monte Davis; Catastrophe Theory; (E. P. Dutton, N. Y.; 1978).
3215. Iain Nicolson; The Road To The Stars; (William Morrow and Company, N. Y.; 1978).
3216. S. A. Wainwright, F. Vosburgh, J. H. Hebrank; "Shark Skin: Function in Locomotion"; Science 202 (17 November 1978):747-749.
3217. J. B. Hutchison, ed.; Biological Determinants of Sexual Behavior; (John Wiley & Sons, Inc., N. Y.; 1978).
3218. K. Hirai, H. H. Shorey, Lyle K. Gaston; "Competition Among Courting Male Moths: Male-to-Male Inhibitory Pheromone"; Science 202 (10 November 1978):644-645.
3219. Stanley L. Jaki; Planets and Planetarians: A History of Theories of the Origin of Planetary Systems; (John Wiley & Sons, Inc., N. Y.; 1978).
3220. James R. Bolton; "Solar Fuels"; Science 202 (17 November 1978):705-711.
3221. Joel E. Cohen; Food Webs and Niche Space; (Princeton University Press, N. J.; 1978).
3222. G. Vulpetti; "Starship Flight Optimization: Time Plus Energy Minimization Criterion"; JBIS 31 (November 1978):403-410.
3223. Alan Bond, Anthony R. Martin; "A Conservative Estimate of the Number of Habitable Planets in the Galaxy"; JBIS 31 (November 1978): 411-415.
3224. B. P. Flannery, T. R. Ayres; "Evolution of the Alpha Centauri System"; Astrophysical Journal 221 (1978):175-185.
3225. N. D. Birrel, P. C. W. Davies; "On Falling Through A Black Hole Into Another Universe"; Nature 272 (1978): 35.
3226. Arthur C. Clarke; The Fountains of Paradise; (Harcourt, Brace, Jovanovich, N. Y.; 1979). (S/F)
3227. "Indirect Evidence for Gravity Waves"; Science News 114 (Dec. 16, 1978): 421.
3228. "Einstein's Wave"; Time 112 (Dec. 25, 1978): 47.
3229. "The Neutrino Telescope"; Scientific American 240 (January 1977): 77, 80.
3230. Arthur C. Clarke; "An Optimum Strategy for Interstellar Rocket Probes"; JBIS 31 (November 1978): 438
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3232. A. Lomax, N. Berkowitz; "The Evolutionary Taxonomy of Culture"; Science 177 (1972):228-239.
3233. Hans Moravec; "Today's Computers, Intelligent Machines, and Our Future"; Analog 99 (February, 1979):59-84.
3234. Harlan Ellison; ed.; Medea: Harlan's World; (Bantam Books, N. Y.; 19??). (S/F)
3235. Paul Radin; Primitive Religion: Its Nature and Origin; (Dover Publications, N. Y.; 1957).
3236. Arnold van Gennep; The Rites of. Passage; (University of Chicago Press, Chicago; 1960). (Originally published in 1908.).
3237. "Soviet Report Lighting on Venus"; Science News 115 (January 6, 1979): 4
3238. Roger Zelazny; "Stand Pat, Ruby Stone"; Destinies 1 (November/December 1978):2-16. (S/F)
3239. Robert A. Heinlein; The Moon Is A Harsh Mistress; (S/F)
3240. Charles Sheffield; "Transition Team"; Destinies 1 (November/December 1978):48-77. (S/F)
3241. Mark A. Stull, ed.; Workshop on Cultural Evolution (Minutes); (Center for Advanced Study in Behavioral Sciences, Stanford, C. A.; Nov. 24-25, 1975). Joshua Lederberg, Chairman.
3242. Karl Marx, Friedrich Engels; The Communist Manifesto; (J. E. Burghard, London; 1848). In German.
3243. Jean G. Riess, Maurice Le Blanc; "Perfluoro Compounds as Blood Substitutes"; Angewandte Chemie (English) 17 (September 1978):621-634.
3244. "Laser Weapons", reprinted from Aviation Week and Space Technology, August 7, 21, 28, 1978.
3245. "Particle-Beam Weapons"; reprinted from Aviation Week and Space Technology, May 2, 1977; October 2, 9, 16; 1978; November 6, 13, 1978.
3246. Geoffrey B. Sharman; "Those Kangaroos!" National Geographic 155 (February 1979):192-209.
3247. Joseph E. Persico; "New Horizons of Language Open When This Gorilla Speaks"; Science Digest 85 (February 1979):32-35.
3248. Macfarlane Burnet; Endurance of Life: The Implications of Genetics for Human Life; (Cambridge University Press; 1979).
3249. G. Nicolis, I. Prigogine; Self-Organization in Nonequilibrium Systems: From Dissipative Structures to Order through Fluctuations; (Wiley-Interscience, N. Y.; 1977).
3250. Howard V. Chambers; UFO's for the Millions; (Sherbourne Press, Inc., Los Angeles; 1967).
3251. Edward Edelson; Who Goes There? The Search for Intelligent Life in the Universe; (Doubleday & Company, Inc., N. Y.; 1979).
3252. Erasmo Recami, ed.; Tachyons, Monopoles, and Related Topics; (North-Holland Publishing Co., N. Y.; 1978).
3253. Paul E. Johnson, Thomas F. Greene, Richard W. Shorthill; "Narrow-Band Spectrophotometry of Ariel, Umbriel, Titania, Oberon, and Triton"; Icarus 36 (October 1978):75-81.
3254. H. J. Melosh, D. Dzurisin; "Mercurian Global Tectonics: A Consequence of Tidal Despinning?" Icarus 35 (August 1978):227-236.
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3258. "The Mind Machines"; NOVA, Jan. 27, 1979, Ch. 9, KQED-TV, San Francisco, CA, 7PM Saturday.
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3261. P. V. Makovetskii; "Structure of Call Signals of Extraterrestrial Civilizations"; Soviet Astronomy 20 (1976):123-125.
3262. Roy P. Basler, George L. Johnson, Richard R. Vondrak; "Parametric Study of Interstellar Search Systems"; Stanford Research Institute Project 4359 (August 1976). (Contract NAS 2-8938).
3263. P. V. Makovetskii; "Nova Cygni 1975: A Synchrosignal for Extraterrestrial Civilizations?"; Soviet Astronomy 21 (1977):251-253.
3264. S. M. Siegal; "Life and the Outer Planets I - Performance of Terrestrial Organisms in Ammonia-Rich Systems"; 19th COSPAR Plenary Meeting, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, June 8-19, 1976.
3265. S. M. Siegal, T. Speitel; "Life and the Outer Planets II -Enzyme Activity in Ammonia-Water Systems and Outer Exotic Media at Various Temperatures"; 19th COSPAR Plenary Meeting, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, June 8-9, 1976.
3266. S. Gulkis, M. Janssen, T. Jupiter, R. Edelson; "An All-Sky Search for Narrow-Band Radiation in the Frequency Range 1-25 GHz"; Proceedings of the 1976 Meeting , (U. S. National Commission, International Union of Radio Science).
3267. G. Altov, Valentina Zhuravlyova; "The Epicentre of Polemics"; in Science Fiction 1964, Molodaya Gvardiya, pp. 318-335.
3268. Vance Packard; The People Shapers; (Bantam Books, N. Y.; 1979).
3269. Ben Bova; The Dueling Machine; (Holt, Rinehart and Winston, Inc., N. Y.; 1969). (S/F)
3270. Gregory Benford; In the Ocean of Night; (Dell Publishing, Co., Inc., N. Y.; 1977). (S/F)
3271. Roger Zelazny; "Stand Pat, Ruby Stone"; Destinies 1 (November/December 1978):2-16. (S/F)
3272. Harrison Brown; Challenge of Man's Future.
3273. Frank Herbert, F. M. Busby; "Come to the Party"; Analog 98 (December 1978):86-108. (S/F)
3274. Joan D. Vinge; "Fireship"; Analog 98 (December 1978): 110-158. (S/F)
3275. Kenneth Jon Rose; "Making Sense of Extraterrestrial Senses"; Analog 99 (January 1979):59-67.
3276. Leonard Hayflick; "Human Cells and Aging"; Scientific American 218 (March, 1968):32-37.
3277. Stanley Schmidt; "Extrapolation"; Analog 99 (February 1979):5-9.
3278. Frank Herbert; "Songs of a Sentient Flute"; Analog 99 (February 1979):10-56. (S/F)
3279. John Varley; "Titan"; Analog 99 (Jan. -April 1979). (S/F)
3280. David Drake; "Cultural Conflict"; Destines 1 (Jan. /February 1979):197-223. (S/F)
3281. Cynthia Felice; Godsfire; (Pocket Books, N. Y.; 1978). (S/F)
3282. Poul Anderson; "The Hardness of Hard Science Fiction"; Destinies 1 (Jan. /February 1979):248-262.
3283. Poul Anderson; "The Ways of Love"; Destinies 1 (Jan. /February 1979):6-45. (S/F)
3284. Frank D. Drake; "Intelligent Life in Other Parts of the Universe"; in Odishaw (#54), Chapter 30.
3285. Keith A. Kvenvolden, Cyril Ponnamperuma, eds.; "A Search for Carbon and Its Compounds in Lunar Samples from Mare Tranquillitatis"; (NASA/Ames Research Center; 1970). (NASA SP-257).
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3288. Leslie E. Orgel, Rolf Lohrmann; "Prebiotic Chemistry and Nucleic Acid Replication"; Accounts of Chemical Research 7 (1974):368-377.
3289. Bernard M. Oliver; "The Rationale for a Preferred Frequency Band: The Water Hole"; in (#2865):63-74.
3290. Hans Freudenthal; Lincos: Design of a Language for Cosmic Intercourse; (North-Holland Publishing Co., Amsterdam; 1960).
3291. G. M. Marconi; The New York Times (1920): Jan. 27, p. 7; Jan. 28, p. 5; Jan. 29, p. 1; Jan. 30, p. 18; Jan. 31, p. 24; and (1921): Sept. 2, p. 1; Sept. 3, p. 4. Cited in Sullivan (#702):180-181, 298.
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3293. Arthur C. Clarke; "The Sentinel"; in Expedition to Earth; (Ballantine Books, N. Y.; 1953) [*Also see: The Avon Science Fiction and Fantasy Reader; Avon Periodicals Inc., 1951] (S/F)
3294. James P. Hogan; Inherit the Stars; (Ballantine Books, N. Y.; 1977). (S/F)
3295. William D. Metz; "Violently Active Galaxies: The Search for the Energy Machine"; Science 201 (25 August, 1978):700-702.
3296. Haruhiko Noda, ed.; Origin of Life: Proceedings of the 5th International Conference on the Origin of Life; Kyoto, Japan in April, 1977; (Center for Academic Publications Japan, Japan Scientific Societies Press Tokyo; 1978). {*}
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3298. Akira Sakata, Naoya Nakagawa; "Formation of Interstellar Unsaturated Molecules"; in (#3296):51-57.
3299. Mikio Shimizu; "Carbon and Nitrogen Compounds in the Solar Nebula"; in (#3296):59-64.
3300. J. M. J. Kooy; "Gravitation and Space Flight"; Acta Astronautica 4 (Jan. /February 1977):229-230.
3301. Cyril Ponnamperuma; "Prebiotic Molecular Evolution"; in (#3296): 67-81.
3302. A. G. Cairns-Smith; "Takeover Mechanisms and Early Biochemical Evolution"; in (#3296):399-404.
3303. J. Maynard Smith; The Theory of Evolution; (Penguin Books, Harmondsworth; 1966).
3304. E. M. Schwartz, M. O. Dayhoff; "The Point Mutation Process in Proteins"; in (#3296):457-469.
3305. Tamaji Noguchi; "Evolutionary Clock: Estimation of the Prokaryotes-Eukaryotes Divergence by Cytochrome C, C21, and C550 Sequences"; in (#3296):489-494.
3306. Michael D. Papagiannis; "The Importance of Physical Laws on the Origin and Evolution of Life"; in (#3296):575-581.
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3310. Michael Thacher; "Cosmic Culture Shock"; Human Behavior 7 (October 1978):18-22.
3311. Peter Decker, W. Heidmann; "Evolution in Open Systems: Acquisition and Conservation of Information in Bioids"; in (#3296):617-623.
3312. Peter Decker; "Inverse Assimilation: A General Principle of Evolution of Planetary Surfaces", in (#3296):631-637.
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3532. Alan D. Howard; "Origin of Stepped Topography of the Martian Poles"; Icarus 34 (June, 1978):581-599.
3533. David L. Chandler; Life on Mars; (E. P. Dutton, N. Y.; 1979).
3534. "Voyager I: Active Io, Jolting Jupiter"; Science News 115 (March 17, 1979): 165, 172-173.
3535. "Solid Hydrogen Produced Under Pressure"; Science News 115 (March 10, 1979): 156.
3536. Frederick W. Kantor; Information Mechanics; (John Wiley & Sons, Inc., N. Y.; 1977).
3537. Richard B. Frankel, Richard P. Blakemore, Ralph S. Wolfe; "Magnetite in Freshwater Magnetotactic Bacteria"; Science 203 (30 March 1979): 1355-1356.
3538. John R. Thomas, Linda S. Burch, Stephen S. Yeandle; "Microwave Radiation and Chlordiazepoxide: Synergistic Effects on Fixed-Interval Behavior"; Science 203 (30 March, 1979):1357-1358.
3539. American Telephone and Telegraph Company, 1978 Annual Report.
3540. "Cosmos 954: An Ugly Death"; Time (Feb. 6, 1978):28-29.
3541. Bill Richards: "U. S. Air Defense Computer Gave Warning of Errant Soviet Satellite"; The Washington Post (Jan. 25, 1978): A9.
3542. Richard D. Lyons; "Soviet Spy Satellite With Atomic Reactor Breaks Up In Canada"; New York Times (Jan. 25, 1978): AI, A8.
3543. Thomas O'Toole; "Soviet Satellite Burns Up Over Canada"; The Washington Post (Jan. 25, 1978): AI, A8.
3544. "Welcome, Extraterrestrials"; Playboy 25 (September 1978): 27-28.
3545. N. Lahav, D. White, S. Chang; "Peptide formation in the Prebiotic Era: Thermal Condensation of Glycine in Fluctuating Clay Environments"; Science 201 (7 July, 1978):67-69.
3546. David White, interview with the author, April 10, 1979.
3547. Michael Satchell; "UFOs vs. USAF: Amazing (but True) Encounters"; San Jose Mercury, Parade (Dec. 10, 1978):8-10.
3548. Robert J. Wojtal, Attorney Advisor, NASA; private communication, April 18, 1977.
3549. W. W. Kellogg; Climate Change and the Influence of Man's Activities on the Global Environment; (Report 72-166, Mitre Corporation, Washington, D. C.; 1972).
3550. Beverly Karplus Hartline; "In Search of Solar Neutrinos"; Science 204 (6 April, 1979):42-44.
3551. "Back from the Brink"; Time 113 (April 16, 1979):24-26.
3552. Eliot Marshall; "H2 Bubble Is Unexpected Source of Trouble"; Science 204 (13 April, 1979):152-153.
3553. E. Katz; "The Two-Step Flow of Communication: An Up-to-Date Report on a Hypothesis"; Public Opinion Quarterly 21 (1957):61-78.
3554. "TV Mystery Voice Scares British"; San Francisco Sunday Examiner and Chronicle (Nov. 27, 1977): 10A.
3555. "Intergalactic Voice Belongs to an Earthling"; San Jose Mercury (Dec. 2, 1977): 71.
3556. Dennis Overbye; "Out From Under the Cosmic Censor: Stephen Hawking's Black Holes"; Sky and Telescope 54 (August 1977):84-87, 108.
3557. Brad Steiger; Alien Meetings; (Ace Books, N. Y.; 1978).
3558. Clark Wissler; Man and Culture; (Crowell, N. Y.; 1923).
3559. Michael Tooley; "Abortion and Infanticide"; Philosophy and Public Affairs 2 (1972): 37.
3560. Jeremy Bentham; An Introduction to the Principles of Morals and Legislation; (Clarendon Press, Oxford; 1879).
3561. Joseph Margolis; Persons and Minds: The Prospects of Nonreductive Materialism; (D. Reidel Publishing Company, Boston; 1978).
3562. Philip José Farmer; "Prometheus"; in Mohs (#605):87-136. (S/F)
3563. Robert A. Freitas, Jr.; "The Stateless Person in International Law"; April, 1977. Unpublished manuscript; 42pp., 120 references.
3564. J. P. Migne, ed.; Saint Agobard, Archbishop of Lyons -- Patrologia Latina, Volume 104 (1851). ("De Grandine et Tonitrua").
3565. Robert Sheckley; "The Monsters"; in Mason, Greenberg, Warrick, eds.; Anthropology Through Science Fiction; (St. Martin's Press, N. Y.; 1979). (S/F)
3566. Toni M. Mattis; Analog 97 (November 1977):176-177.
3567. P. W. Bridgman; The Way Things Are; (Harvard Univ. Press, Cambridge; 1959).
3568. Leon Festinger; A Theory of Cognitive Dissonance; (Row, Peterson; Evanston; 1957).
3569. E. Aronson, J. A. Turner, J. M. Carlsmith; "Communicator Credibility and Communication Discrepancy As Determinants of Opinion Change"; Journal of Abnormal Social Psychology 67 (1963):31-36.
3570. G. C. Homans; Social Behavior: Its Elementary Forms; (Harcourt, Brace, and World, N. Y.; 1961).
3571. M. Deutsch, R. M. Krauss, N. Rosenau; "Dissonance or Defensiveness"; Journal of Personality 30 (1962):16-28.
3572. Leon Festinger; Conflict, Decision, and Dissonance; (Stanford University Press, Stanford; 1964).
3573. H. B. Gerald, S. A. Blevans, T. Malcolm; "Self-Evaluation and the Evaluation of Choice Alternatives"; Journal of Personality 32 (1964): 395-410.
3574. H. H. Kelley, J. C. Condry, A. E. Dahlke, A. H. Hill; "Collective Behavior in a Simulated Panic Situation"; Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 1 (1965):20-54.
3575. Jane A. Hardyck, Marcia Braden; "Prophecy Fails Again"; Journal of Abnormal Social Psychology 65 (1962):136-141.
3576. H. B. Gerard, J. M. Rabbie; "Fear and Social Comparison"; Journal of Abnormal Social Psychology 62 (1961):586-592.
3577. R. L. Hamblin; "Leadership and Crisis"; Sociometry 21 (1958): 322-335.
3578. B. Latané, ed.; Studies in Social Comparison; (Academic Press; 1966).
3579. J. M. Rabbie; "Differential Preference for Companionship Under Threat"; Journal of Abnormal Social Psychology 67 (1964):643-648.
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3581. Risto Hilpinen, ed.; Deontic Logic: Introductory and Systematic Readings; (D. Reidel Publ. Co., Boston; 1971).
3582. Robert P. McArthur; Tense Logic; (D. Reidel Publ. Co., Boston; 1976).
3583. Mircea Eliade; The Sacred and the Profane: The Nature of Religion; (Harcourt, Brace, N. Y.; 1959). Translated from the French by Willard R. Trask.
3584. William H. C. McNeill; Past and Future; (University of Chicago Press, Chicago; 1954).
3585. V. Alexandrov; L'Ours et la Baleine; (Stock, Paris; 1958).
3586. Marguerite Michaels; "A Visit to Star Trek's Movie Lunch"; San Jose Mercury/Parade (December 10, 1978):4-7.
3587. Zecharia Sitchin; The Twelfth Planet; (Stein and Day Publ., N. Y.; 1977).
3588. Frederic A. Brussat; "The Myth of the Extraterrestrial"; Cultural Information Service (1977).
3589. Ewa Nowicka; "Generalizations on Culture-Contract Movements Among North American Indians and Melanesians"; Polish Sociological Bulletin 23 (1971):76-83.
3590. A. P. Stiernotte; "Paul Tillich -- Mystic, Rationalist, Universalist"; The Crane Review 4 (Spring, 1962):175-176.
3591. Paul Tillich; Systematic Theology, Volume 2; (Chicago; 1957).
3592. Winston P. Sanders; "The World to Space"; in (#605):69-85. (S/F)
3593. Scott W. Schumack; "Longevity"; Analog 96 (June, 1976): 155-167. (S/F)
3594. Steven Hill; "Messages From The Abibical Planet"; Santa Clara Law School Advocate 4 (December 1978): A-B.
3595. Harry Harrison; "The Streets of Ashkelon"; in Ofshe (#222):23-36. (S/F)
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3597. D. Vrga; "The Meaning, Process, and Functions of Culture Diffusion"; Indian Journal of Social Research 10 (August 1969):92-102.
3598. Ron Brunton; "Cargo Cults and Systems of Exchange in Melanesia"; Mankind 8 (December, 1971):115-128.
3599. Isaac Asimov; Extraterrestrial Civilizations; (Crown Publishers, N. Y.; 1979).
3600. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .; "Animal Cruelty Laws"; University of Richmond Law Review 8 (1974): 201.
3601. Don Berliner; "USAF's Project Blue Book"; Science Digest 82 (August 1977):24-28.
3602. Verta Taylor; "Good News About Disaster"; Psychology Today 11 (October, 1977):93-94, 124-126.
3603. J. Allen Hynek; The Hynek UFO Report; (Dell Publ. Co., N. Y.; 1977).
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3605. B, M. Oliver; "The Search for Extraterrestrial Life"; Engineering and Science 38 (December, 1974-January, 1975):7-11, 30-32.
3606. William Hamilton; "The Discovery of Extraterrestrial Intelligence"; in Christian (#1900):99-113.
3607. E. Nelson Hayes; "Tracking Sputnik I"; in Arthur C. Clarke, ed.; The Coming of the Space Age; (Meredith Press, Des Moines, Iowa; 1967).
3608. Leslie Fiedler; Freaks; (Simon & Schuster, N. Y.; 1978).
3609. Ralph Linton; "Nativist Movements"; American Anthropologist 45 (April/June, 1943):230-240.
3610. Elfan Rees; We Strangers and Afraid; (N. Y.; 1959).
3611. Charles Darwin; The Descent of Man.
3612. Susan Flader; Thinking Like A Mountain: Aldo Leopold and the Evolution of an Ecological Attitude Toward Deer, Wolves, and Forests; (Univ. of Missouri Press; 1974).
3613. H. Maine; Ancient Law; (Pollock; 1930).
3614. Schechter; "The Rightlessness of Mediaeval English Jewry"; Jewish Quarterly Review 45 (1954):121-
3615. "Toward Legal Rights for Animals"; Environmental Affairs 4 (1975): 205.
3616. Poul Anderson; "The Critique of Impure Reason"; Worlds of If Science Fiction (November 1962); reprinted in (#982). (S/F)
3617. Richard Bentley, in a sermon delivered December 5th, 1692, from correspondence with Sir Isaac Newton; in Engdahl (#747): 56.
3618. Jaygee Carr; "The Ax"; Analog 97 (June, 1977):74-87. (S/F)
3619. "Assertion of Dolphin Rights Fails in Court"; Science 199 (6 January 1978): 37
3620. Gahan Wilson; Playboy 25 (July, 1978): 197.
3621. Eando Binder; "The Trial of Adam Link, Robot"; Amazing Stories 13 (July. 1939).
3622. F. R. Harrison, "What Kind of Beings Can Have Rights?" Philosophy Forum 12 (1972):113-129.
3623. N. K. Humphrey; "Unfoldings of Mental Life"; Science 196 (13 May, 1977):755-756.
3624. Margaret Mead; New Lives for Old; (Dell Books, N. Y.; 1956).
3625. David Drake; "Contact!"; Analog 94 (October 1974):140-154.
3626. "Drink Up, Drink Up"; Time 110 (Oct. 24, 1977): 58. See also 'To Your Health"; Time 110 (Nov. 14, 1977): 10.
3627. Harvey Cox; "Eastern Cults and Western Culture: Why Young Americans Are Buying Oriental Religions"; Psychology Today 11 (July, 1977): 36-42.
3628. P. M. Molton; JBIS 31 (November 1978):438-439.
3629. Chester Twarog; Analog 96 (November 1976):175-176.
3630. "Dabbling in Exotheology"; Time 111 (April 24, 1978): 63.
3631. William Ralph Inge; God and the Astronomers; (Longmans, Green and Co., London; 1933).
3632. C. A. Kiesler; "Commitment"; in R. P. Abelson et al., eds.; Theories of Cognitive Consistency: A Sourcebook; (Rand McNally, Chicago; 1968).
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3634. D. F. Aberle; The Peyote Religion Among the Navaho; (Viking Fund Publications in Anthropology, N. Y.; 1965). (No. 42).
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3637. R. Hafstadter; The Paranoid Style in American Politics; (Knopf, N. Y.; 1965).
3638. A. C. Elms; Social Psychology and Social Relevance; (Little, Brown & Co., N. Y.; 1972).
3639. I. L. Janis; Psychological Stress: Psychoanalytic and Behavioral Studies of Surgical Patients; (John Wiley & Sons, N. Y.; 1958).
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3641. G. W. Baker, D. W. Chapman, eds.; Man and Society in Disaster; (Basic Books, N. Y.; 1962). (S/F)
3642. E. D. Beynon; "The Voodoo Cult Among Negro Migrants in Detroit"; American Journal of Sociology 43 (1938):894-907.
3643. E. U. Essien-Udom; Black Nationalism: A Search for Identity in America; (Dell Books, N. Y.; 1964).
3644. H. Cantril, M. Sherif; "The Kingdom of Father Divine"; Journal of Abnormal Social Psychology 33 (1938):147-167.
3645. J. P. Scott (Bowling Green State Univ.); "The Social Psychology of Infrahuman Animals"; in Lindzey & Aronson, eds. (#3636):611-642.
3646. P. Galkin, W. Chernin; Australian Flying Saucer Review 4 (February 1961).
3647. G. Ostroumov; "Ideas are Overtaking Facts"; Izvestia (Feb. 5, 1961).
3648. J. H. Manas; Flying Saucers and Space Men: A Scientific and Metaphysical Dissertation in Interplanetary Travelling; (Pythagorean Society, N. Y.; 1962).
3649. M. K. Jessup; The Expanding Case For The UFO; (Citadel Press, N. Y.; 1951).
3650. Robert S. Elwood; APRO Bulletin (Sept. /October 1971).
3651. Urantia Book; (The Urantia Foundation, Chicago; 1955).
3652. Project Universe; "The Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence"; KCSM-TV, Channel 60, San Mateo PBS; April 25, 1979.
3653. R. McNeill Alexander, G. Goldspink, eds., Mechanics and Energetics of Animal Locomotion; (John Wiley & Sons, N. Y.; 1977).
3654. Hans Kuhn, Christoph Kuhn; "Evolution of a Genetic Code Simulated With the Computer"; Origins of Life 9 (1978):137-150.
3655. Clair Edwin Folsome; The Origin of Life; (W. H. Freeman and Company, San Francisco; 1979).
3656. William Ophuls; Ecology and the Politics of Scarcity; (W. H. Freeman and Company, San Francisco; 1977).
3657. William J. Kaufmann, III; Planets and Moons; (W. H. Freeman and Company, San Francisco; 1979).
3658. Mark Shapiro; The Sociology of Homo Sapiens; (Pinecrest Fund, Kansas City; 1978).
3659. Robert Sheaffer; "The Cosmic Blackbody Radiation: A Potential Guide to Interstellar Signal Beacons?" Spaceflight 21 (April, 1979): 155-156.
3660. "Second High Energy Astronomy Observatory"; Spaceflight 21 (April, 1979):156-158.
3661. V. A. Firsoff; At the Crossroads of Knowledge; (Ian Henry Publications, England; 1977).
3662. Chris Boyce; Extraterrestrial Encounter: A Personal Perspective; (David & Charles, Newton Abbot, England; 1979).
3663. Stuart Holroyd; Alien Intelligence; (David & Charles, Newton Abbot, England; 1979).
3664. Carolyn Henson; "Break through!" L-5 News 4 (May, 1979):5-7.
3665. Dennis Meredith; "Carl Sagan's 'Cosmic Correction' and Extraterrestrial Life Wish"; Science Digest 85 (June, 1979):34-38, 89.
3666. James Hansen; "Can You Hear Me?" Science Digest 85 (June, 1979):42-45.
3667. Richard Hutton; Bio-Revolution: DNA and the Ethics of Man-Made Life; (Times Mirror Magazine, Inc., Book Division, N. Y.; 1979).
3668. Richard M. Restak; The Brain: The Last Frontier; (Doubleday; 1979).
3669. Stephen L. Chorover; From Genesis to Genocide; The Meaning of Human Nature and the Power of Behavior Control; (The MIT Press, Cambridge; 1978).
3670. John S. Bury; "The Planet Venus"; JBIS 32 (April, 1979): 123-155.
3671. Jane Goodall; "Life and Death at Gombe"; National Geographic 155 (May, 1979):592-621.
3672. "An American View of SETI"; Spaceflight 21 (February 1979): 57-58.
3673. James W. Christy, Robert S. Harrington; "The Satellite of Pluto"; Astronomical Journal 83 (August, 1978):1005-1008.
3674. R. E. Tamm, P. Bodenheimer, J. P. Ostriker; "Double Core Evolution I: A 16 M. @ Star With a I M. @ Neutron Star Companion"; Astrophysical Journal 222 (1978):269-280.
3675. S. A. Gregory, L. A. Thompson; "The Coms/A1367 Supercluster and Its Environs"; Astrophysical Journal 22 (1978):784-799.
3676. "Animal Brain Grafts Survive"; Science News 115 (May 12, 1979): 308.
3677. John Imbrie, Katherine Palmer Imbrie; Ice Ages: Solving the Mystery; (Enslow Press, N. J.; 1979).
3678. Stanley Krippner, Mary Lou Carlson, Montague Ullman, Robert O. Becker, eds.; Extrasensory Perception; (Plenum Publishing Corp., N. Y.; 1978). Advances in Parapsychological Research, Volume II.
3679. T. S. Murty; Seismic Sea Waves: Tsunamis; (Unpubl., Box 433, Murray Hill Station, New York, N. Y.; 1979). (Bulletin 198, Fisheries Research Board of Canada, Winnipeg, Manitoba).
3680. V. I. Buyakas, A. S. Gvamichava, L. A. Gorshkov, et al.; Kosmicheskiye Issledovaniya (@Space Research) 16 (Sept. /October 1978): 767-777. (In Russian*).
3681. Patrick Moore, David Hardy; The New Challenge of the Stars; (Sidgwick and Jackson, London; 1978).
3682. B. S. de Witt, N. Graham, eds.; The Many-Worlds Interpretation of Quantum Mechanics; (Princeton Univ. Press, N. J.; 1973).
3683. Tong B. Tang; "The Fundamental Dimensionless Numbers and the Possibility of Life"; JBIS 32 (March, 1979):84-94.
3684. Brandon Carter; "Large Number Coincidences and the Anthropic Principle in Cosmology"; in M. S. Longair, ed.; Confrontation of Cosmological Theories with Observational Data; (IAU Symposium No. 63; 1974).
3685. P. A. M. Dirac; Proc. Royal Society of Edinburgh 59 (1939): 122.
3686. R. A. Waldron; "The Ballistic Theory of Light and Its Implications for Space Travel"; JBIS 32 (March, 1979):95-98.
3687. N. J. Spall; "The Physical Appearance of Intelligent Aliens"; JBIS 32 (March, 1979):99-102.
3688. C. K. Pathak, J. N. Pant, H. D. Pathak; "Photochemical Synthesis of Amino Acids from Aqueous Solutions of Ethyl Alcohol, Ammonia/ /Nitrogen Under Varied Conditions"; JBIS 32 (March, 1979):103-106.
3689. Harry Lebelson; "Global Disclosures"; OMNI I (May, 1979): 32, 140-141.
3690. Jonathan V. Post; "Cybernetic War"; OMNI I (May, 1979):44-49, 104.
3691. Sandy Shakocius, Durk Pearson; "Mind Food"; OMNI I (May, 1979): 54-57, 127.
3692. Hal Hellman; "Artful Dodger of the Physical World"; OMNI I (June, 1979):44-49, 108-110.
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3696. D. G. Whittingham et al.; "Survival of Mouse Embryos Frozen to -196°C and --269°C"; Science 178 (. . . . . . ., 1972): 411-414.
3697. A. M. Turing; "On Computable Numbers, with an Application to the Entscheidungsproblem"; Proceedings of the London Math. Society 42 (1936): 230-265, and 43 (1937):544-546.
3698. Irvin L. Child (*Yale Univ.); "Esthetics"; in Lindzey & Aronson, eds.; (#3636), Volume 3, pp. 853-916.
3699. James B. Pollack; "Climate Change on the Terrestrial Planets"; Icarus 37 (March, 1979):479-553. [*Space Science Division, NASA/Ames]
3700. L. A. Lebofsky, G. H. Rieke, M. J. Lebofsky; "Surface Composition of Pluto"; Icarus 37 (March, 1979):554-558.
3701. D. B. Nash, T. V. Johnson; "Albedo Distribution on Io's Surface"; Icarus 38 (April, 1979):69-74.
3702. Akiva Bar-Nun, Morris Podolak; "The Photochemistry of Hydrocarbons in Titan's Atmosphere"; Icarus 38 (April, 1979):115-122.
3703. Ronald N. Bracewell, Robert H. MacPhie; "Searching for Nonsolar Planets"; Icarus 38 (April, 1979):136-147.
3704. Hiromitsu Yokoo, Tairo Oshima (*Kyorin Univ. (Physicist), Mitsubishi-Kasei Institute of Life Science; Tokyo); "Is Bacteriophage FX174 DNA a Message from an Extraterrestrial Intelligence?" Icarus 38 (April, 1979):148-153.
3705. Barry Parker; "Are We the Only Intelligent Life in Our Galaxy?" Astronomy 7 (January 1979):6-16.
3706. "Venus Mission a Success !" Astronomy 7 (February 1979):55-56.
3707. Bruce Margon; "The Missing Mass"; Mercury 4 (Jan. /February 1975):2-6.
3708. Thomas A. Mutch et al.; The Martian Landscape; (NASA-SP-425; 1979).
3709. "E Pluribus Unum"; Scientific American 240 (June, 1979): 93, 96.
3710. "Cloud Nine"; Scientific American 240 (June, 1979): 99, 100, 104.
3711. "Superconducting Supercomputer"; Scientific American 240 (June, 1979): 104, 109.
3712. R. Golub, W. Maple, J. M. Pendlebury, P. Ageron; "Ultracold Neutrons"; Scientific American 240 (June, 1979):134-154.
3713. David R. Zimmerman; "Probing Mysteries of How Birds Can Navigate the Skies"; Smithsonian 10 (June, 1979):52-61.
3714. Michele Bogart; "In Art the Ends Don't Always Justify Means"; Smithsonian 10 (June, 1979):104-111.
3715. John V. Dennis; "Are They Birds or Do We See W. C. Fields in Triple Vision?" Smithsonian 10 (June, 1979): 144.
3716. Ralph L. Rosnow, Allan J. Kimmel; "Lives of a Rumor"; Psychology Today 13 (June, 1979):88-92.
3717. G. Harry Stine; "Biocybernetics II"; Analog 99 (July, 1979):99-102.
3718. P. Brosche, J. Sündermann, eds.; Tidal Friction and the Earth's Rotation; (Springer-Verlag, N. Y.; 1978).
3719. Lawrence F. Kromer, Anders Björklund, Ulf Stenevi; "Intracephalic Implants: A Technique for Studying Neuronal Interactions"; Science 204 (8 June, 1979):1117-1119.
3720. "SS 433: Gather Ye Data While Ye May"; Science News 115 (June 2, 1979): 357.
3721. "Dinosaur Demise: Extraterrestrial Source?" Science News 115 (June 2, 1979): 356.
3722. C. Wetherill, W. T. Sullivan, III; "Eavesdropping on the Earth"; Mercury 8 (March/April, 1979):23-28.
3723. Stewart Cowley; Spacecraft: 2000 to 2100 AD; (Chartwell Books, Inc., N. J.; 1978).
3724. Lois Wingerson; "Medical 3-Dimensional Chemistry"; Science News 115 (June 9, 1979):380-381.
3725. G. Harry Stine; "The Bionic Brain"; OMNI I (July, 1979):84-86, 121-122.
3726. John Morressy; "The Empath and the Savages"; OMNI 1 (July, 1979):80-82, 116-118. (S/F)
3727. "Two, Two - Two Quasars in One"; Science News 115 (June 16, 1979): 389.
3728. Fred Hoyle, Chandra Wickramasinghe; Lifecloud: The Origin of Life in the Universe; (J. M. Dent & Sons Ltd., London; 1978).
3729. Edward S. Klima, Ursula Bellugi; The Signs of Language; (Harvard Univ. Press, Cambridge; 1979).
3730. Kenneth A. Johnson; "The Bag Model of Quark Confinement"; Scientific American 241 (July, 1979):112-121.
3731. Paul D. Komar; "Comparisons of the Hydraulics of Water Flows of Similar Scale on Earth"; Icarus 37 (January 1979):156-181.
3732. A. T. Young; "CS2: Candidate for the 3150-Å Venus Band"; Icarus 37 (January 1979):297-300.
3733. Bruce Fegley, Jr., John S. Lewis; "Thermodynamics of Selected Trace Elements in the Jovian Atmosphere"; Icarus 39 (May, 1979): 166-179.
3734. Cyril Ponnamperuma; "The Organic Chemistry and Biology of the Atmosphere of the Planet Jupiter"; Icarus 29 (October 1976):321-328.
3735. Michael H. Hart; "Habitable Zones About Main Sequence Stars"; Icarus 37 (January 1979):351-357.
3736. Amos Banin, Jerzy Navrot; "Chemical Fingerprints of Life in Terrestrial Soils and Their Possible Use for the Detection of Life on Mars and Other Planets"; Icarus 37 (January 1979):347-350.
3737. W. R. Kuhn, S. R. Rogers, R. O. MacElroy; "The Response of Selected Terrestrial Organisms to the Martian Environment: A Modeling Study"; Icarus 37 (January 1979):336-346.
3738. K. Johnson, C. B. Thorn; "Stringlike Solutions of the Bag Model"; Physical Review D 13 (April, 1976):1934-1939.
3739. Vladimir Vanysek; "Detectability of Lunar Libration Clouds at Small Phase Angeles"; Nature 221 (4 January 1969):47-48.
3740. R. G. Rosen, C. L. Wolff; "Are the Libration Clouds Real?" Nature 224 (8 November, 1969): 571.
3741. N. Sekiguchi; "On the Theoretical Possibility of the Libration Cloud"; The Moon 2 (1970):129-135.
3742. G. Horedt; "On the Theoretical Possibility of the Libration Cloud"; Astrophysics and Space Science 22 (1973):321-327.
3743. "New Natural Satellites of the Earth?" Sky & Telescope 22 (July, 1961): 10. {#5227}
3744. "More About the Earth's Cloud Satellites"; Sky & Telescope 22 (August 1961): 63, 83. {#5228}
3745. "Cloud Satellite of the Earth"; Sky & Telescope 22 (December 1961): 328.
3746. "Search Ephemerides for the L4 Cloud Satellite"; Sky & Telescope 24 (December 1962): 356.
3747. "Cloud Satellites Reobserved"; Sky & Telescope 31 (May, 1966):
3748. Robert G. Roosen; Letters; Sky & Telescope 32 (September 1966): 139.
3749. J. Wesley Simpson; "Dust-Cloud Moons of the Earth"; Physics Today 20 (February 1967):39-46.
3750. R. G. Roosen, R. S. Harrington, W. H. Jefferys, and J. W. Simpson, R. G. Miller; "Doubt About Libration Clouds"; Physics Today 20 (May, 1967): 9, 11, 13, 15.
3751. Monte Ross; "The Likelihood of Finding Extraterrestrial Laser Signals"; JBIS 32 (June, 1979):203-208.
3752. Gordon W. Pace; "The Use of Binary Stars As Time Markers in Interstellar Communication"; JBIS 32 (June, 1979):215-218.
3753. Gregory L. Matloff; "The Interstellar Ramjet Acceleration Runway"; JBIS 32 (June, 1979):219-220.
3754. Mark A. Stull; "On The Significance of the Apparent of Extraterrestrials on Earth"; JBIS 32 (June, 1979):221-222.
3755. M. M. Woolfson; "A New Tidal Theory for the Origin of the Solar System"; Quarterly Journal of the Royal Astronomical Society 19 (1978): 167-174.
3756. "The Arecibo Observatory"; JBIS 32 (June, 1979):227-236.
3757. "Seventh International Review Meeting on Communication with Extraterrestrial Intelligence (CETI) "; JBIS 32 (June, 1979):237-239.
3758. Michael E. Poole and P. M. Molton; Correspondence; JBIS 32 (June, 1979):239-240.
3759. A. A. Jackson, IV; "Ultra-Relativistic Starships"; JBIS 32 (June, 1979): 240.
3760. "Life on a Neutron Star: An Interview with Frank Drake"; Astronomy 1 (December, 1973):5-8.
3761. B. E. Schutz, B. D. Tapley; "Numerical Studies of Solar Influenced Particle Motion Near the Triangular Earth-Moon Libration Points"; in G. E. O. Giacaglia, ed.; Periodic Orbits, Stability, and Resonances; (D. Reidel Publ. Co., Dordrecht-Holland; 1970), pp. 128-142.
3762. Ahmed A. Kamel, John V. Breakwell; "Stability of Motion Near Sun-Perturbed Earth-Moon Triangular Libration Points"; in Giacaglia (#3762): 82-90.
3763. L. Steg, J. P. De Vries; "Earth-Moon Libration Points: Theory, Existence and Applications"; Space Science Review 5 (1966):210-233.
3764. J. R. Roach; "Counterglow from the Earth-Moon Libration Points"; Planetary and Space Science 23 (1975):173-181.
3765. R. H. Munro et al.; "A Search for Forward Scattering of Sunlight from Lunar Libration Clouds"; Planetary & Space Science 23 (1975):1313-1319.
3766. Robert G. Roosen; "A Photographic Investigation of the Gegenschein and the Earth-Moon Libration Point L5"; Icarus 9 (November, 1968):429-439.
3767. J. R. Bruman; "A Lunar Libration Point Experiment"; Icarus 10 (March, 1969):197-200.
3768. John P. Bagby; "Terrestrial Satellites: Some Direct and Indirect Evidence"; Icarus 10 (January 1969):1-10.
3769. C. Wolff, L. Dunkelman, L. C. Haughney; "Photography of the Earth's Cloud Satellites from an Aircraft"; Science 157 (28 July, 1967): 427-429.
3770. J. L. Weinberg, D. E. Beeson, P. B. Hutchison; "Photometry of Lunar Libration Regions"; Bulletin of the American Astronomical Society 1 (1961): 368.
3771. F. L. Whipple; "Birth and Death of a Comet"; Astronomy 2 (January 1974):4-19.
3772. "Center for UFO Studies Established"; Astronomy 2 (March, 1974): 45-48.
3773. "Beyond the Black Hole"; Astronomy 2 (April, 1974):12-17.
3774. William S. Jarnagin; Astronomy 2 (May, 1974): 47.
3775. Carl Sagan; "A Very Special Time"; Astronomy 2 (June, 1974): 22.
3776. "Planetary Bonanza"; Astronomy 2 (June, 1974):4-27.
3777. Gerrit L. Verschuur; "What Radio Eyes Would See"; Astronomy 2 (July, 1974):32-36.
3778. Gerrit L. Verschuur; "The Search for Intelligence Out There"; Astronomy 2 (August 1974):20-23.
3779. Isaac Asimov; "Planet of Double Sun"; Astronomy 2 (September 1974):4-12.
3780. "Does the Moon Influence Your Moods?" Astronomy 2 (October 1974): 48.
3781. Stanton T. Friedman; Flying Saucers and Physics and Ufology and the Search for ET Intelligent Life; (UFO Research Institute, P. O. Box 941, Lawndale, CA, 90260; 1974 ***). {**}
3782. Robert Pinheiro; "Gravity Wave Astronomy"; Astronomy 7 (June, 1979):6-14.
3783. "Strange Spectrum"; Astronomy 7 (June, 1979): 61.
3784. Isaac Asimov; Mars: The Red Planet; (Lothrop, Lee & Shepard Co., 1979).
3785. James Oberg; "Terraforming"; Astronomy 6 (May, 1978):6-25.
3786. Gregory A. Shields; "Are Black Holes Really These?" Astronomy 6 (October 1978):6-16.
3787. Dewey Schwartzenburg, Robert Burnham; "The Grand Adventure"; Astronomy 7 (March, 1979):6-24.
3788. "Hector - A Strange Asteroid?" Astronomy 7 (March, 1979): 63.
3789. "Russian Probes Land on Venus"; Astronomy 7 (March, 1979): 56.
3790. "Pioneer Venus: First Results"; Astronomy 7 (April, 1979):18-23.
3791. Michael A. Seeds; "Stellar Evolution"; Astronomy 7 (February 1979):6-21.
3792. Barry Parker; "Are We the Only Intelligent Life in Our Galaxy?" Astronomy 7 (January, 1979):6-16. {#3706}
3793. "Researchers Detect Gravity Waves"; Astronomy 7 (February 1979): 56.
3794. David Darling; "What Makes A Spinal Galaxy?" Astronomy 7 (July, 1979):6-20.
3795. Dewey Schwartzenburg; "Dos Cosmology Have a Future?" Astronomy 7 (July, 1979):35-38.
3796. Gordon W. Pace and Barry Parker; Astronomy 7 (July, 1979):21-22.
3797. "More Pioneer Venus Findings Announced"; Astronomy 7 (July, 1979): 58-59.
3798. "More on SS-433"; Astronomy 7 (July, 1979):60-61.
3799. "Rendezvous With Venus"; Astronomy 6 (December 1978): 57, 60-61.
3800. John Gribbin; "Why Does Earth's Climate Change?" Astronomy 6 (February 1978):18-23.
3801. Barry Parker; "Rival Cosmologies"; Astronomy 6 (March, 1978): 18-24.
3802. P. C. W. Davies; "Black Hole Thermodynamics and Time Asymmetry"; Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society 177 (1976):179-190.
3803. "Center for UFO Studies Profiled"; Astronomy 6 (March, 1978): 66-67.
3804. "Astronomers Propose Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence"; Astronomy 6 (March, 1978): 69.
3805. Brian O'Leary; "Asteroid Mining"; Astronomy 6 (November 1978): 6-15.
3806. Herbert Frey; "Mars: A Planetary Paradox"; Astronomy 6 (November 1978):57-62.
3807. Thomas R. Schroeder; "Beyond Centauri"; Astronomy 6 (April 1978): 6-15.
3808. "Are Neutron Stars Shiny?" Astronomy 6 (November 1978): 64
3809. John Gribbin; "Gravity, Dust and Solar Neutrinos"; Astronomy 6 (June, 1978):48-55.
3810. Isaac Asimov; Saturn and Beyond; (Lothrop . . . . . . . . . . .; 1979).
3811. "SS-433 in Radio Astronomy"; Science News 115 (June 23, 1979):403-404.
3812. "Uranus: Rings or Gas?" Science News 115 (June 23, 1979): 406-407.
3813. "Argonne Makes 'Heavy' Move"; Science News 115 (June 23, 1979): 407.
3814. Bill Johnson; "Red Draft Stars"; Astronomy 6 (July, 1978):6-15.
3815. Virginia Trimble, Martin Rees; "Are Galaxies Here To Stay?" Astronomy 6 (July, 1978):50-59.
3816. "Evidence Indicates Black Hole in M 87 Galaxy"; Astronomy 6 (July, 1978): 66.
3817. Barry Parker; "The Redshift Problem"; Astronomy 6 (September 1978):6-14.
3818. Halton M. Arp; "NGC 1199"; Astronomy 6 (September 1978): 15
3819. "Black Hole Theory Weakens"; Astronomy 6 (September 1978): 64
3820. Daniel J. Willens, Raymond P. Villard; "Black Holes-Gateway or Grave?" Astronomy 3 (February 1975):6-15.
3821. Terence Dickinson; "Missions to the Giant Planets"; Astronomy 3 (February 1975):20-32.
3822. "Neptune Warner Than Thought"; Astronomy 3 (February 1975): 65
3823. Carl Sagan; "Titan"; Astronomy 3 (March, 1975):4-9.
3824. Eric Burgess; "Voyage to the Stars"; Astronomy 3 (March, 1975): 20-29.
3825. "Lunan's Theory Junked"; Astronomy 3 (March, 1975): 53.
3826. Richard O. Fimmel, William Swindell, Eric Burgess; Pioneer Odyssey-Encounter With a Giant; (*U. S. G. P. O., Wash., D. C.; NASA SP-349; 1974).
3827. "Major Astronomical Advances Seen In Search for Extraterrestrial Life"; Astronomy 3 (May, 1975):56-57.
3828. "Jovian Polar Atmosphere Promises Abode for Life"; Astronomy 3 (May, 1975): 57.
3829. Terence Dickinson; "Mars Exploration After Viking"; Astronomy 3 (July, 1975):16-17.
3830. Thomas A. Easton; "The Quest for Life on Mars"; Astronomy 3 (July, 1975):6-21.
3831. "Trojan Asteroids Unusually Dark"; Astronomy 3 (August 1975): 57.
3832. James E. Oberg; "Baptism of Fire"; Astronomy 3 (September 1975): 6-15.
3833. "Starspots on Betelgeuse"; Astronomy 3 (October 1975):18-21.
3834. Michael Zeilik; "Big Bang to Galaxy"; Astronomy 3 (November 1975): 6-14.
3835. "Intruder From Another Universe?" Astronomy 3 (November 1975): 61
3836. Gerrit L. Verschuur; "Two X-Ray Stars"; Astronomy 3 (November 1975):62-65.
3837. Gerrit L. Verschuur; "We Are Alone"; Astronomy 3 (December 1975): 46-49.
3838. Theodore Frankel; Gravitational Curvature: An Introduction to Einstein's Theory; (W. H. Freeman & Co., San Francisco; 1979).
3839. Gerrit L. Verschuur; "Stranger Than Quasars"; Astronomy 4 (January 1976):52-55.
3840. David Morrison; "Io"; Astronomy 4 (February 1976):6-16.
3841. "Finding Unseen Worlds"; Astronomy 4 (April, 1976):6-15.
3842. Gerrit L. Verschuur; "Dust Clouds and Ice Ages"; Astronomy 4 (April, 1976):18-24.
3843. J. H. Dellinger; "Observations on Long - Delay radio Echoes"; QST (August, 1934): 42, 88.
3844. E. V. Appleton; "Show Wave Echoes and the Aurora Borealis"; Nature 122 (Dec. 8, 1928): 879.
3845. C. R. Clarke; "Two Possible Explanations for LDE"; QST 55 (November 1971):40-41, 45.
3846. O. G. Villard, Jr., C. R. Graf, J. M. Lomasney; "Long Delayed Echoes -- Radio's Flying Saucer Effect"; QST 53 (May, 1969):38-43.
3847. O. G. Villard, Jr., C. R. Graf, J. M. Lomasney; "There Is No Such Thing As a Long Delayed Echo"; QST 54 (February 1970):30-33.
3848. K. G. Budden, G. G. Yates; "A Search for Radio Echoes of Long Delay "; Journal of Atmospheric and Terrestrial Physics 2 (1952):272-281.
3849. Duncan Lunan; "Space Probe from Epsilon Boötis"; Spaceflight 15 (April, 1973).
3850. Duncan Lunan et al.; "Space Probe from Booties - Correspondence"; Spaceflight 15 (July, 1973):275-280.
3851. C. W. Anderson; "Relic Interstellar Corner Reflector in the Solar System?" Mercury 3 (September/October 1974):2-3.
3852. Frank D. Drake; "Project Ozma"; Physics Today 14 (April, 1961):40-42, 44, 46. {#4658}
3853. Pat Gunkel; "The Future of Space - An Encyclopedic Prospect"; Hudson Institute, Report HI-2553-P, October 1975
3854. G. S. Golitsyn; "Atmospheric Dynamics on the Outer Planets and Some of Their Satellites"; Icarus 38 (June, 1979):333-341.
3855. Peter Molton; "Non-Aqueous Biosystems: The Case for Liquid Ammonia As A Solvent"; JBIS 27 (April, 1974):243-262.
3856. A. T. Lawton; "Interstellar Communication - Antenna or Artifact?" JBIS 27 (April, 1974):286-294.
3857. W. F. Hilton; "Conference Report - The Second International Review Meeting on CETI"; JBIS 27 (April 1924):318-319. {*}
3858. J. B. Galle; "Observations Rélatives à la Radio-Electricité et à la Physique du Globe"; L'Onde Electrique 9 (1930):257-265.
3859. J. B. Galle, G. Talon, M. Ferrie; "Recherches rélatives à la propagation des ondes radio-électriques effectuées a l'occasion de l'éclipse du 9 mai 1929"; Comptes Rendus 190 (1930):48-52.
3860. E. V. Appleton; "Wireless Echoes of Long Delay"; World Radio Parts 1-4 (May 4, 11, 18, 25; 1934).
3861. E. V. Appleton; "The Timing of Wireless Echoes"; Wireless World (Jan. 7, 1931):2-4, (Jan. 14, 1931): 43-44.
3862. J. Fuchs; Hochfrequenz Technik und Electric 44 (1934): 163, 45 (1935): 111.
3863. "International Review Meeting on CETI"; Astronautica Acta 18 (1973):409-455. (L. M. Mukhin, R. Pešek, S. von Hoerner, B. M. Oliver, B. V. Sukhotin). (See #1465-#1470).
3864. B. N. Panovkin; "On the Possibility of Applying Cybernetic Methods to Search for Highly Organized Systems in the Universe"; Izv. vyssh. ucheb. zavedenij. Radiofizika 16 (1973):1452-1454. In Russian***.
3865. J. Pokrzywnicki; "Could the Inhabitants of the Earth Settle and Live on Mars?" Urania Kraków 45 (1974):41-44. In Polish***.
3866. R. S. Young; "The Beginning of Comparative Planetology"; Space Life Sciences (Netherlands**) 4 (1973):505-515.
3867. A. Rueda; "Thermodynamics of Thermal Radiation from Stars, Photoautotrophs, and Biospheres"; Space Life Sciences (Netherlands**) 4 (1973):469-489. {#1184}
3868. D. di Cicco, G. Ripley, P. Travers; "Observations of the Green Flash"; Sky & Telescope 48 (1974):61-63.
3869. Tobias Owen; "The Outer Solar System: Perspectives for Exobiology"; Origins of Life 5 (1974):41-55.
3870. Gerald K. O'Neill; "The Organization of Space"; Physics Today 27 (September, 1974):32-40.
3871. J. Oró et al. (eds.) Cosmochemical Evolution and the Origins of Life; Proceedings of the 4th International Conf. on the Origins of Life, 1st Meeting of the Intl. Society for the Study of the Origin of Life, Barcelona, June 25-28, 1973; (*D. Reidel Publishing Company, Dordrecht-Holland/Boston; U. S. A.; 1974). {*}
3872. G. I. Pokrovskij; "On the Problem of the Real Existence of Objects in Space Appearing to be Envelopes from Orbital Rings Surrounding a Star"; Sekts. probl. raket. i kosmich. tekhn. Moskva (1974):73-77. In Russian*** {-}
3873. Gerard K. O'Neill; "Space Colonies and Energy Supply to the Earth"; Science 190 (1975):943-947.
3874. P. H. Deal, K. A. Souza, H. M. Mack; "High pH, Ammonia Toxicity, and the Search for Life on the Jovian Planets"; Origins of Life 6 (1975):561-573.
3875. A. V. Szpilewski; "A New Interpretation of the Mysterious Radioecho"; Urania Kraków 46 (1975):108-116. In Polish*** {#4046}
3876. Z. Paprotny; "Radioechoes and Space Probes of Lunan and Szpilewski"; Urania Kraków 46 (1975):206-210. In Polish***
3877. A. V. Szpilewski; "New Interpretation of a Mysterious Radioecho" Zemlya i Vselennaya No. 2 (1976):74-77. In Russian***
3878. L. M. Gindilis; "Model of a Contact, But No Evidence for a Sonde"; Zemlya i Vselennaya No. 2 (1976):78-82. In Russian***
3879. D. G. Lahoz; "Venerable Martians"; available from the author, Dept. of Physics, Univ. of Alberta, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada; 35 pp. (1976).
3880. I. S. Shklovskii; "On the Possible Uniqueness of Intelligent Life in the Universe"; Inst. kosm. issled. AN SSSR. Prepr. 262. Moskva, 1976, 31 pp. In Russian***
3881. N. S. Kardashev; "Recent CETI Investigations in the USSR"; Ins. Kosm. issled. A. N. SSSR. Prepr. PR-279. Moskva, 1976, 22 pp. In Russian***
3882. S. A. Kaplan, ed.; The CETI Problem; (Mir, Moskva; 1975). In Russian***
3883. J. Polivka; "The Possibility of Using the Moon for Communication with Extraterrestrial Civilizations"; Sdelovaci Tech. 24 (1976):301-302. In Czech. ***
3884. E. Reese, R. Beebe; "On the Coincidence of the Position of Mercury with the 90-Day Oscillation of Jupiter's Red Spot"; Planetary Space Science 25 (1977):890-892.
3885. L. A. Manning (ed.); Mars Surface Penetrator - System Description; NASA TM-73243 (1977).
3886. J. Jugaku, H. Hirabayashi; "Search for Extraterrestrial Civilizations"; J. Japan Soc. Aeronaut. Space Science 26 (1978):29-35.
3887. A. J. Morehouse; "The Christmas Star as a Supernova in Aquila"; J. R. Astron. Soc. Canada 72 (1978):65-68.
3888. O. Edwards et al.; "The Star of Bethlehem"; Nature 268 (1977):565-567.
3889. E. F. Mallove, M. M. Connors, R. L. Forward, Z. Paprotny; A Bibliography on the Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence; NASA RP-1021, 132 pp. (1978).
3890. James E. Oberg; "Venus"; Astronomy 4 (August 1976):6-21.
3891. Gerrit L. Verschuur; "Clusters of Galaxy Clusters"; Astronomy 4 (August 1976):50-55.
3892. William K. Hartmann; "Searching for Mars on Earth"; Astronomy 4 (October 1976):20-26.
3893. Darol Froman; "The Earth as a Man-Controlled Space Ship"; Physics Today 15 (July, 1962):19-22. {#2831}
3894. Dwain F. Spencer; "Fusion Propulsion System Requirements for an Interstellar Probe"; Technical Report No. 32-397, JPL, Pasadena, California (May 15, 1963).
3895. "Mars Pictorial"; Astronomy 4 (November, 1976):16-21.
3896. William K. Hartmann; "Man Looks At Mars"; Astronomy 4 (September 1976):18-22.
3897. "Chemist Invalidates Tunguska Hypothesis"; Astronomy 4 (December 1976): 56
3898. William R. Corliss; Space Probes and Planetary Exploration; (D. Van Nostrand Company, Inc., Princeton, N. J.; 1965).
3899. William R. Corliss; Strange Universe-A Sourcebook of Curious Astronomical Observations; (The Sourcebook Project; 1975).
3900. Elliott C. Levinthal; "The Biological Exploration of Mars"; TRW Lecture Series 2 (1965):14-21.
3901. Jerry Grey, ed.; Space Manufacturing Facilities (Space Colonies); Proceedings of the Princeton /AIAA / NASA Conference, Princeton University, May 7-9, 1975; (AIAA, Inc., N. Y.; 1977).
3902. Patrick Moore; Can You Speak Venusian?
3903. William K. Hartmann; "Viking On Mars: Exciting Results"; Astronomy 5 (January 1977):6-24.
3904. Thomas A. Easton; "Life On Mars: Ambiguous Results"; Astronomy 5 (January 1977):26-33.
3905. "Soviet Reserves Position"; Astronomy 5 (January 1977): 56
3906. Michael J. S. Belton; "Uranus and Neptune"; Astronomy 5 (February 1977):6-17.
3907. Ray L. Newburn, Jr.; "Pluto"; Astronomy 5 (February 1977):18-24.
3908. "NASA Develops Mobile Lander For Unmanned Planetary Use"; Astronomy 5 (February 1977): 55, 56
3909. James Oberg; "Phobos and Deimos"; Astronomy 5 (March, 1977): 6-17.
3910. "Update on Martian Life"; Astronomy 5 (March, 1977): 55.
3911. "Scientists Explain Evolution, Formation of Ring Galaxies"; Astronomy 5 (March, 1977):56-57.
3912. V. S. Troitsky et al.; {"Search for Sporadic Radio Emission From Cosmic Space at Centimeter and Decimeter Wavelengths"; Radio Physics 3 (1973). {#5477}
3913. P. Burcev; "On the Mechanics of Photon Rockets"; Bulletin of the Astronomical Institutes of Czechoslovakia 15 (1964):79-81.
3914. P. Burcev; "On the Mechanics of Photon Rockets in the General Theory of Relativity"; Czech. Journal of Physics B 14 (1964):294-301.
3915. George Kvitek; "Intragalactic Rocket Using Photon Propulsion"; AIAA Paper No. 70-215 (January 1970).
3916. V. S. Potapkin; "Use of Annihilation for Setting in Motion of Photon Rockets"; NASA TT-F-8969 (October 12, 1964).
3917. Ernst Stuhlinger; "Photon Rocket Propulsion"; Astronautics (October 1959):36-45.
3918. Milton U. Clauser; "The Feasibility of Thermonuclear Propulsion; Conference on Extremely High Temperatures, Air Force Cambridge Research Center (18-19 March, 1958).
3919. Robert F. Cooper, Richard L. Verga; "Controlled Thermonuclear Reactions for Space Propulsion"; Air Force Sys. Comm., Aeronautical Systems Division, Wright-Patterson AFB; ASD-TDR-63-696 (September 1963).
3920. Gerald W. Englert; "Towards Thermonuclear Rocket Propulsion"; New Scientist 307 (4 October, 1962):16-18.
3921. J. L. Hilton; "Plasma and Engineering Parameters for a Fusion Powered Rocket"; IEEE Transactions, Nuclear Science 10 (January 1963).
3922. J. L. Hilton, J. S. Luce, A. S. Thompson; "Hypothetical Fusion Propulsion Rocket Vehicle"; Journal of Space and Rockets 1 (May/June, 1964): 276-282.
3923. W. I. Linlor, M. U. Clauser; "Fusion Plasma Propulsion System"; in Advanced Propulsion Concepts, Vol. I (Gordon and Breach, N. Y.; 1963).
3924. John J. Reinmann; "Fusion Rocket Concepts"; NASA TM-X-67826 (1971).
3925. Conley Powell, Ottfried J. Hahn, J. Rand McNally, Jr.; "Energy Balance in Fusion Rockets"; Astronautica Acta 18 (February 1973): 59-69. {#1464}
3926. J. Reece Roth, Warren Rayle, John J. Reinmann; "Fusion Power for Space Propulsion"; New Scientist 54 (20 April, 1972):125-127.
3927. Dwain F. Spencer; "Fusion Propulsion for Interstellar Missions"; Annals of the N. Y. Academy of Science 140 (16 December 1966):407-418.
3928. H. D. Froning, Jr.; "Interstellar Propulsion-A Possible Future Derivative of Air-Breathing Technology"; AIAA Paper No. 68-546 (June, 1968).
3929. Alfred A. Kraus; "Proposed Method of Accelerating Space Vehicles to Relativistic Velocities"; Bull. Am. Phys. Society 6-II (1961): 516.
3930. Keith Boyer, J. D. Balcomb; "Systems Studies of Fusion Powered Pulsed Propulsion Systems"; AIAA Paper No. 71-636 (June, 1971).
3931. Freeman J. Dyson; "Death of a Project"; Science 149 (9 July, 1965):141-144.
3932. Moshe J. Lubin; "Laser Produced Plasmas for Power Generation and Space Propulsion"; Astronautics and Aeronautics 8 (November 1970):42-48.
3933. J. C. Nance; "Nuclear Pulse Propulsion"; IEEE Transactions, Nuclear Science 18 (February 1965):177-182.
3934. Thaine W. Reynolds; "Effective Specific Impulse of External Nuclear Pulse Propulsion Systems"; NASA-TN-D-6984 (September 1972). Also in Journal of Spacecraft and Rockets 10 (October 1973):629-630.
3935. Eugen Sänger; "Periodic Pure Fusion Rockets"; in Space Flight; (McGraw-Hill Book Co., N. Y.; 1965), pp. 215-219.
3936. Hannes Alfvén; "Spacecraft Propulsion: New Methods"; Science 176 (14 April, 1972):167-168.
3937. R. D. Arno, J. S. MacKay, K. Nishioka; "Applications Analysis of High Energy Lasers"; NASA-TM-X-62142 (March, 1972).
3938. J. H. Bloomer; "The Alpha Centauri Probe"; in Proceedings of the 17th International Astronomical Conference: Propulsion and Re-Entry; (Gordon and Breach, Inc., N. Y.; 1967), pp. 225-232.
3939. P. K. Chapman; "Laser Propulsion to Relativistic Velocities for Interstellar Flight"; Proceedings of the 24th Congress of the I. A. F.; Baku, USSR (7-13 October 1973).
3940. Robert L. Forward; "Ground Based Lasers for Propulsion in Space"; Hughes Research Laboratories (May 19, 1961).
3941. C. Frederick, George Lee; "Laser Power Stations in Orbit"; Astronautics and Aeronautics 10 (July, 1972):40-54.
3942. A. Hertzberg, E. W. Johnston, H. G. Ahlstrom; "Photon Generators and Engines for Laser Power Transmission"; AIAA Paper No. 71-106 (January 1971).
3943. G. Marx; "Interstellar Vehicle Propelled by Terrestrial Laser Beam"; Nature 211 (2 July, 1966):22-23.
3944. J. L. Redding; "Interstellar Vehicle Propelled by Terrestrial Laser Beam"; Nature 213 (11 February 1967):588-589.
3945. Frank E. Rom, Henry A. Putre; "Laser Propulsion"; NASA-TM-X-2510 (April, 1970).
3946. S. M. Ulam; "On the Possibility of Extracting Energy from Gravitational Systems by Navigating Space Vehicles"; Los Alamos Scientific Laboratory Report LAMS-2219 (June, 1958).
3947. Gerald Feinberg; "Physics and Life Prolongation"; Physics Today 19 (November 1966):45-48.
3948. John P. Wiley, Jr., J. K. Sherman; "Immortality and the Freezing of Human Bodies"; Natural History 80 (December 1971):13-21.
3949. Saul Moskowitz; "Visual Aspects of Trans-Stellar Space Flight"; Sky & Telescope 33 (May, 1967):290-294.
3950. B. M. Oliver; "The View from the Starship Bridge and Other Observations"; IEEE Spectrum 1 (January 1964):86-92. {#4189}
3951. Wayne Proell; "The Speed of Light and Space Ship Navigation"; Rocket News Letter 2 (Chicago Rocket Society) (November, 1948): :25-28.
3952. S. M. Rytov; "What an Astronaut Will See and Encounter When Flying at a Speed Approaching that of Light"; American Rocket Society Journal Supplement 31 (1961):678-681.
3953. G. D. Scott, H. J. Van Driel; "Geometrical Appearances at Relativistic Speeds"; American Journal of Physics 38 (August 1970):971-977.
3954. V. F. Weisskopf; "The Visual Appearance of Rapidly Moving Objects"; Physics Today 13 (Sept, 1960):24-27.
3955. Robert Cornog; "Selected Problems in Interstellar Navigation"; Navigation 7 (1960):99-105.
3956. Ann Ewing; "Calming A Nightmare"; Science News 92 (November 1967):448-449.
3957. Saul Moskowitz, William P. Devereux; "Trans-Stellar Space Navigation"; AIAA Journal 6 (June, 1968):1021-1029.
3958. Eugen Sanger; "Nuclear Rockets for Space Flight"; Astronautical Sciences Review 3 (1961):9-15.
3959. William B. Roberts; "The Relativistic Dynamics of a Sub-Light Speed Interstellar Ramjet Probe"; AAS Paper No. 75-020 (July, 1975).
3960. G. Steigman; On the Feasibility of a Matter Antimatter Reactor Propulsion System; (Yale Univ. Observatory, New Haven, Conn.; 1974).
3961. John Gribbin; "Can Life Evolve in Elliptical Galaxies?" Astronomy 5 (May, 1977):18-24.
3962. Virginia Trimble; Astronomy 5 (July, 1977): 4.
3963. Thomas R. Schroeder; "Slow Boat to Centauri"; Astronomy 5 (August, 1977):6-15.
3964. Stephen A. Kallis Jr.; "Robot Probes: Exploring Hostile Environments"; Astronomy 5 (September 1977):18-24.
3965. "Voyager Probes Begin Planetary Exploration of Outer Solar System"; Astronomy 5 (September 1977):65-67.
3966. "Mars After Viking"; Astronomy 5 (October 1977): 67
3967. "Scientists Discuss Possibility of Organisms in Jovian Atmosphere"; Astronomy 5 (November 1977): 67
3968. "Is Massive Black Hole At Center of Milky Way?" Astronomy 5 (November 1977): 67
3969. Lee Anne Wilson; "Why Do Planets Have Rings?" Astronomy 5 (December 1977):6-16.
3970. James E. Oberg; "Tunguska: Collision With A Comet"; Astronomy 5 (December 1977):18-24.
3971. Freeman J. Dyson; "Search for Extraterrestrial Technology"; Fiz. Sz. 23 (May, 1973):133-139. In Hungarian.
3972. P. Caldirola, E. Recami; "Causality and Tachyons in Relativity"; Report INFN/AE-77/4, Univ. Catania, Italy (May, 1977).
3973. J. K. Kowalczynski; "Charged Tachyon in General Relativity: Can It Be Detected?" Phys. Lett. Vol. A (Neth.) 65 A (20 March 1978):269-272.
3974. Lawrence Jones; "A Review of Quark Search Experiments"; Rev, Mod. Phys (VSA) 49 (October 1977):717-752.
3975. E. Recami; "Absorption of Tachyons in Extended Relativity: (An Answer to Basano"; Lett. Nuovo Cimento (Italy) 21 (11 February 1978): 208-212.
3976. H. Lemke; "Kinematics for the Scattering of Space Momentum"; Int. J. Theoret. Phys. (U. S. A.) 16 (April, 1977):307-319.
3977. K. D. Krori; "Light-Like Motions of Particles in Gravitational Fields"; J. Phys. A (GB) 10 (November, 1977):1887-1889.
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4045. Paul M. Harvey, Murray F. Campbell, William F. Hoffman; "Strong Far-Infrared Emission from a Compact Source in Sharpless 140"; Astronomical Journal 219 (1 February 1978):891-895.
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