Mind Machines You Can Build

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Top of the Mountain Publishing, Jun 1, 1994 - 208 pages
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This book was written by a rocket scientist.Literally.It applies the scientific method to devices which are seemingly paranormal.Insight from his own use and pioneers such as John Campbell.

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About the author (1994)

Science fiction writer G. Harry Stine was born March 26, 1928. Stine believed in the manned exploration and colonization of space and other planets. He was a founder of the American Model Rocketry Association and many of his pioneering rockets are displayed in the Smithsonian's Air and Space Museum. He wrote fiction and nonfiction that were featured in the Analog Science Fiction magazine. Stine wrote under the pseudonym Lee Correy and those titles include "Starship Through Space" (1954) "Rocket Man," Contraband Rocket" (1956), "Shuttle Down" (1981), "Space Doctor" (1981), "Manna" (1984), "A Matter of Metalaw" (1986), and in the Star Trek Series "The Abode of Life" (1982). Writing under his name, G. Harry Stine, he published "Warbots" (1988), Judgment Day" (1992) and "Starsea Invaders: First Action" (1993). In November 1997, G. Harry Stine died.

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