After being named a Presidential Scholar by Lyndon Johnson (1964), graduating from college, and serving in the army as a draftee (1968-1970), I edited a popular-scientific journal, Pensée, whose aim was to re-examine the catastrophism of Immanual Velikovsky (1972-1975).
There followed a period during which I managed an experimental organic farm in the Portland, Oregon area (1975-1981). An automatic transplanter developed on this farm was subsequently adapted for large-scale farming in California, where it has seen extensive use.
In a feature article on my work, the New York Times (Nov. 25, 1999) termed this newsletter "a largely undiscovered national treasure".
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