About the Author
The author was born in Pine Grove, PA on June 26, 1929. He is a scientist from Johns Hopkins University. In the field of research and development for over 40 years, his career has been divided almost equally between hard science and soft science. His hard science research began in the 1950s in the field of telemetry on the development of Cold War rockets. After the launch of Sputnik satellite by the Soviet Union, he worked on the Vanguard rocket, the initial U.S. response to the Sputnik. In 1960s, he applied telemetry to the Titan rocket on the moon landing project and Gemini, the first manned U.S. spacecraft to orbit the earth by John Glenn. As a national leader in the field of radio telemetry, his development of microelectronics for the field of telemetry caused the US electronics industry to shift from analog into digital technologies. This shift led to the development of the personal computer and many other digital electronic devices. His soft science research began in 1970 when he became a research manager on the crime problem in the National Institute of Justice (NIJ), U.S. Department of Justice, Washington, DC. He applied high technologies, computers, new forensic sciences, and new police management techniques to police work. He developed the first community policing techniques and developed the bullet-proof vest that all police wear today. His personal study eventually led to a new theory of crime - that all crime originates in the human mind. After retirement, his research confirmed this crime theory. His continued research was robust leading to his proof of the existence of God and solutions to many human, theological, religious, political, and social problems. The benefit of his two-fold research career is shown in this book.