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BIBLIOGRAPHY

Bird, Christopher, The Divining Hand, New Age Press, Black Mountain NC, 1979.

Campbell, John W., Jr., private correspondence, June 22,1956. '

Campbell, John W., Jr., "Psionic Machine, Type One," Astounding Science Fiction, Volume LVII, Number 4, June 1956.

Campbell, John W., Jr., "Unprovable Speculation," Astounding Science Fiction, Volume LVIII, Number 6, February 1957.

Campbell, John W., Jr., "Addendum On The Symbolic Psionic Machine," Astounding Science Fiction, Volume LIX, Number 4, June 1957.

Cerf, Christopher, and Navasky, Victor, The Experts Speak, Pantheon Books, New York, 1984.

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Flanagan, G. Patrick, Pyramid Power, De Vorss & Co., 1046 Princeton Drive, Marina del Rey CA 90291,1973.

Flanagan, G. Patrick, Pyramid Power II, Innergy Publica­tions, P.O. Box 18224, Tucson AZ 85731, 1981.

Stine, G. Harry, The Hopeful Future, Macmillan Publish­ing Company, New York, 1983.

—, Edmund Scientific Catalog, Edmund Scientific, 101 E. Glouchester Pike, Barrington NJ 08007, 1984.

—, The Radio Amateur's Handbook, American Radio Relay League, Newington CT 06111, 1984.

G. Harry Stine graduated from Colorado College in Colorado Springs, Colorado (his home town) with a B.A. in physics in 1952. Before deciding on a degree in physics (because of counselling from Robert A. Heinlein who coached him in writing), he was within a semester of gaining his bachelor's degree in psychology at the University of Colorado. He spent the early 1950's at White Sands missile range in New Mexico working with high altitude rockets and rocket motor testing. He founded the international hobby/sport of model rocketry in 1957. During the 1960's he was the manager of an industrial research laboratory in New England where he worked on many "far out" projects such as neurophonics, Coanda

Effect, electrohydraulics, bioelectronics, and dynamic sys­tems. In 1968, he was awarded a silver medal as one of 50 U.S. space pioneers by the Association of the U.S. Army.

He is the author of more than 50 books, numer­ous scientific and technical papers, and hundreds of magazine articles since 1951.

He is a Fellow of the Explorers Club and the British Interplanetary Society, and a member of the New York Academy of Sciences.

An instrument-rated private pilot who's been flying since 1943, he owns his own airplane, a Piper Cherokee, which he's flown across the United States and back many times. He lives in Phoenix, Arizona, "in the midst of high technology" with his wife, two Golden Retrievers and a cat.

He's listed in Who's Who In America as well as the current editions of Who's Who In The West and Jane's Who's Who In Aerospace.


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