No. 106: Jul-Aug 1996
Science Frontiers Online
Oklahoma's ornate flints: "eccentric" or fraudulent?
Stonehenge in the 1990s: a mainstream view
A SAGA OF SOOT: PART I
A SAGA OF SOOT: PART II
A SAGA OF SOOT: PART III
It's a mole-rat, jim, but not as we know it
Facing up to divebombers
Fiddling up worms
Ichthometers measure pollution
A BOON TO THE LUMBER INDUSTRY?
Mud springs regurgitate ancient fossils
Impact craters: the party line revised and re-revised
Looking up into a tornado funnel
Multiple phosphorescent wheels
Does the human brain compute, or does it do more?
Slamming the door on parapschology -- again