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KRONOS Vol IX, No. 3

Contributors

John P. Bagby was a McMullen Scholar at Cornell, where he earned a B.M.E. degree in 1948 and was named Distinguished Military Graduate (ARbO5-7). In 1958, he was named the A. S. Howell Engineer of the Year for the development of the "electric eye camera" system in use today. Bagby has worked in the aerospace industry for the past 18 years, and was optical engineer on the sensor used for the AFGL infrared sky survey between 1971 and 1974.

Dwardu Cardona; Mr. Cardona, a Senior Editor of KRONOS, has also published in Topper, The Ubyssey, Pensee, The Sourcebook Project, Frontiers of Science, and UFO Report. He presently makes his home in Vancouver and is preparing several long-range major works on cosmic catastrophism and related subjects. He has also contributed to the SIS Workshop and CSIS Newsletter.

C. Leroy Ellenberger (B.S., Washington Univ.; M.B.A., Univ. of Pennsylvania); Mr. Ellenberger has received degrees in chemical engineering and finance & operations research. His writings on a wide range of subjects have appeared m periodicals as diverse as Analog, New Scientist, Penthouse, Science Digest, Fate and Pursuit, with Velikovskian topics published in Physics Today, Industrial Research & Development and SIS Review & Workshop. His role as an advocate for Velikovsky's ideas led to invited contributions in Zetetic Scholar, Biblical Archaeology Review, Astronomy and Frontiers of Science.

WalterFedern (Ph.D., Vienna Institute); the late Dr. Federn was born and educated in Vienna where he studied Egyptology. He and his parents came to this country in 1938. Though he was not a prolific writer, Dr. Federn was esteemed for the quality of his writing. His work appeared mainly in JNES and JEA and his magnum opus was the huge bibliography that he compiled for Orientalia which listed everything published in Egyptology between the years 1939 and 1947.

James M. McCanney (M.S., Physics, Tulane University); Mr. McCanney taught university physics, mathematics, and computer science for six years, including two years as a lecturer at Cornell University (Ithaca, N.Y.) where the present paper was written. He is presently a Network Engineer in the computer/network modelling and design group of NCR Comten. He is also author of publications in the Harvard space science journal The Moon and the Planets and Astrophysics and Space Science.

Livio C. Stecchini (Dr. Juris, Univ. of Genoa; Ph.D., Harvard); The late Dr. Stecchini was Professor of Ancient History, Paterson State College, Paterson, N. J. He co-authored Secrets of the Great Pyramid with Peter Tompkins and also co-edited and co-authored The Velikovsky Affair.

David Stove; Associate Professor, Department of Traditional and Modern Philosophy, University of Sydney; author of Probability and Hume's Inductive Scepticism (Oxford University Press, 1973), and of Popper and After: Four Modern Irrationalists. Prof. Stove has also authored many articles in British, American, Canadian, and Australian philosophical journals, chiefly on probability, induction, and the philosophy of David Hume.

Michael G. Theodorakis (A.B., Guilford College; M.A., Univ. of North Carolina); Mr. Theodorakis received both of his degrees in the field of history. In 1971, he was a Cosmos & Chronos Scholar. Presently, he is working on other projects for publication.

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