Posted: 10 December 2009
Updated: 11 Jan 2015
My first real job, after resigning from General Atomic in September 1965 and dropping out of the professional world for 7 years, was to put together an international symposium featuring cosmologist Immanuel Velikovsky. Lewis and Clark College president John R. Howard had the courage and insight to see the opportunity and the faith and audacity to offer me the job of coordinating what turned out to be a wonderful, historic event.
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|Congratulatory letter from Symposium producers|
On April 15, 2012 Dave Talbott wrote:
Subject: Forty years later
Well now Gene, please tell me if this email means anything to you. If so, I'll know you're not only still alive, but your memory ain't bad either. :)Perhaps we could compare a few (thousand) notes one of these days. I just happened to land on your website by accident.Shall we talk?Dave