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Engineering and Science, Volume 33:5, March 1970

Engineering and Science, Volume 33:5, March 1970. [Journal Issue] http://resolver.caltech.edu/CaltechES:33.5.0

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Table of Contents

Features:

Controlled Fusion—Clean, Unlimited Power Generation
A tamed hydrogen bomb running your electric toothbrush? It's beginning to look possible.
by Roy W. Gould

President-in-Residence
A Different World, by Colene Brown
Honored Guests, by the Men of Dabney

The University and Environmental Research
Being on the bandwagon to save the planet from environmental pollution is like being against sin. As in the case of sin, the universal practice is to point the finger at other people.

The Great Soviet-American Extragalactic Investigation
The cosmos yields ever so slightly.

Campus News:

The Month at Caltech

Letters

Hadley Ford is Never Bored

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