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Originally posted by Druscilla
reply to post by RussianScientists
Remaining intensely skeptical (by default) while I tool around the internets looking for the real f'real on this guy.
A quick skim hasn't done anything to relax suspicion in the least bit.
Originally posted by RussianScientists
I'm pretty sure the guy is for real, just check out his back ground. His back ground list is long and so is the list of great scientists that he knows, especially when he tells about working with them.
He's got a bio on his own site and I don't see how he gets "Dr." from what he's listed in education?
Originally posted by boncho
Anyone else wonder where the acclaimed "physicist, bio-physicist and herbalist" got his degrees?
He says he got a BS in physics.
9-62 to 2-64 University of Washington.
2-64 to 6-66 Washington State University.
Teaching & Laboratory Assistant, 1964, 1965, 1966.
Undergraduate Thesis. B.S., Theoretical Physics.
2-67 to 2-68 University of Delaware.
60 Semester hours graduate Physics courses.
Teaching & Research Assistant, 1967, 1968.
Graduate work using thesis topic of luminescence decay-time measurements in the nanosecond region of various alkali halides at 4.2 degrees K.
Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
Special courses in Fluidic Devices and Nor/Nand Logic. Diploma.
niversity of Washington. E.I.T./P.E. - Electrical Engineering.
Certified Hypnotherapist, Am. Coun. Hypnotist Examiners, 1987
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