Science and Environment

2000: A Space Odyssey?

Fall 2000

2000: A Space Odyssey?

Peter Roberts

Will the International Space Station play a role in the human conquest of space? Or is there another route to the ends of the universe?

Biography: Dolly: Send in the Clones

Summer 2000

Dolly: Send in the Clones

Rebecca Sweat

After hundreds of attempts, scientists in Edinburgh, Scotland, were able to clone the first sheep.  

A Second Genesis

Summer 2000

A Second Genesis

John Meakin

Vision reviews three books on the field of genetics which is in the process of delivering what amounts to the greatest revolution in the history of the world.

Emerging from the Mire

Spring 2000

Emerging From the Mire

David F. Lloyd

A number of notable books addressing pollution and the prognosis for our planet were published last year. Vision looks at three of them.

By Our Own Hand

Spring 2000

By Our Own Hand

Steven D. Andrews

What effect do our actions have on the environment and on the future?

A Point of Convergence

Winter 2000

A Point of Convergence

Peter Roberts

In revising its position on the origin of the universe, science has unwittingly come to agreement with the Bible.

Journey to the Center of Jules Verne

Premier Issue, 1999

Journey to the Center of Jules Verne

Edwin Stepp

Jules Verne excited his readers with tales of adventures made possible by technology. But A recent discovery offers insight into his personal views.

Book Review: Intelligent Designs

Premier Issue, 1999

Intelligent Designs

John C. Anderson

Vision reviews books by Michael J. Behe, Michael J. Denton and William Dembski which discuss the challenges posed to Darwin’s theory of evolution.

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