About the Author
Born in 1910, Dr. Maynard Murray recieved his bachelor of science degree in 1934 and graduated from the University of Cincinnati Medical School in 1936. Two additional years of post graduate study in internal medicine followed, then an additional three and one-half years for his specialty, ear, nose and throat.
With a voracious appetite for learning, Dr. Murray taught physiology and directed a number of experiments at the University of Cincinnati between 1937 and 1947. Meanwhile he attended night school to study law and trained in medical hypnosis under Dr. Mullenhoff. He was a member of the Association of Medical Hypnotism, the New York Academy of Sciences, the American Association for the Advancement of Science, the American Medical Association, Chicago Medical Society and the Illinois State Medical Society.
In 1947 he moved to Chicago and established a private practice. For the following 25 years, Dr. Murray practiced his specialty, carried on extensive experimentation in sea solid fertilization, and authored at least 20 articles, which appeared in national and international medical journals.
He later lived in Ft. Myers, Florida, where he was Medical Director at Sunland Center. While in Florida he was engaged in commercial hydroponic tomato farming using his patented sea solid technology. Dr, Murray passed on in 1983.