1. INTRODUCTION Worldwide controversy has been generated recently from several court decisions in the United States which have restricted popular magazines from printing articles which describe how to make an atomic bomb. The reason usually given by the courts is that national security would be compromised if such information were generally available. But, since it is commonly known that all of the information is publicly available in most major metropolitan libraries, obviously the court’s officially stated position is covering up a more important factor; namely, that such atomic devices would prove too difficult for the average citizen to construct. The United States courts cannot affordRead More →

The Pontiac division of General Motors received a complaint from its customer telling that his brand new car won’t start immediately when he buys the Vanilla ice-cream while it does for the other flavors. The family had the tradition to have an ice-cream in deserts after the dinner and that is after purchasing the Pontiac he could see the car taking time to start whenever he ordered Vanilla ice cream. He wrote a complaint stating his worry, which initially was ignored by the company officials, but, soon he wrote them back in a polite tone and expressed his seriousness about the problem. The Pontiac PresidentRead More →

ALF Space Log Entry 684.1 2:45 P.M. Los Angeles, Cal. Earth Dear Space Log, As I make yet another entry in my journal, I look back through the mustard and gravy stains of my past entries and sincerely hope that these chronicles are not written in vain. It is my wish someday that they’ll fall into the right hands and I’ll get a huge advance for the publishing and movie rights. Hard to believe that it’s been more than two years since my spaceship landed on Earth. Although, technically, it wasn’t really a landing. Landings are made right side up at less than Mach 2,Read More →