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Earl R. Milton

Earl R. Milton was born on February 26, 1935 at Montreal, Canada. His academic degrees include the B.S., M.S. (in Chemistry), and Ph.D (in Chemical Physics), all from University of Alberta; he received a National Research Council Post-Doctoral Fellowship to study spectroscopy and was awarded the Chant Medal of the Royal Astronomical Society of Canada (silver) in 1960. He taught at the University of Saskatchewan in Regina, at Lethbridge Junior College, and, from 1967 to 1990, at the University of Lethbridge, where his fields were Physics, Astronomy, and Interdisciplinary Studies. He was the President of the Edmonton Center of the Royal Astronomical Society of Canada for 1958-59. He has given interviews on C.N.C. and appeared on many news broadcasts and talk-shows. He is a founding member of the Society for Interdisciplinary Studies in London, England, and of the Canadian Society for Interdisciplinary Studies. He has published in the Journal of Physical Chemistry, the Journal of Chemical Physics, the Journal of the Royal Astronomical Society of Great-Britain; in Kronos: A Journal of Interdisciplinary Synthesis, and in SISR, the Society for Interdisciplinary Studies Review. He worked with Ralph Juergens in the field of electromagnetism and astronomy until Juergens' demise, and is contemplating a study of Juergens' life and contributions to quantavolution theory. He is the author of Recollections of a Fallen Sky and the co-author, with Alfred de Grazia, of Solaria Binaria (Metron Publications, Princeton). He presently lives with his wife, Anna Marutkyn, in Calgary, where he carries on his collaboration with Alfred de Grazia on the Encyclopedia of Quantavolution and Catastrophe.