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Authored two books on geology: A Roadside Guide to the Geology Of The Great Smoky Mountains National Park, (1988, UT Press), and A Geologic Trip Across Tennessee By Interstate 40, (1994, UT Press). His third book, published in the summer of 2001 is "Discovering October Roads", geology and human history of fall color drives in East Tennessee, UT Press; His fourth book, "The Bone Hunters:the story of the Gray Fossil Site in Tennessee" is due to be released in the summer of 2004, Univ. of Tenn Press.

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Physics- The University of Zaragosa, Spain
Former Director of the Science Magazine, Lumen

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Editor and final proofs for special SPSR issue of British astronomical publication, Quest for Knowledge Author (together with John Brandenberg) of book Dead Mars - Dying Earth Editor (together with Professor Stanley McDaniel) of Case for the Face. Also responsible for most of book's layout, design and cover. Developer GardenEarth.com--a website which looks at, among other things the implications for Earth of Dead Mars Dying Earth's analysis of thelost life on Mars.

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Agent, contributing editor, special SPSR issue of British Astronomical publication, Quest for Knowledge Agent, contributing editor to Case for the Face Agent, contributing editor to Dead Mars, Dying Earth Contributor to http://www.gardenearth.com FurtherPublications and presentations:

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Dr. Walker is the recipient of numerous awards including the NASA Space Flight Medal (1984, twice in 1985), the Aerospace Laurels Award, Aviation Week and Space Technology Magazine (1985), the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics' Lindbergh Award, and others.

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The Case for the Face, pages 195-196 Work cited in determining when MGS was in position to have imaged Cydonia Position statement: "On January 31, 2001, a new image of the Face at Cydonia was released to the public by JPL/MSSS

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Presently employed as a computer and communications engineer by   Unisys.  I am an Associate of the Royal Photographic Society and have had the privilege of using my experience in this field to assist Ananda Sirisena with his research. This has included an analysis of a NASA image of the so-called lunar shard.
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David Eccott is a professional musician engaged mostly in freelance playing and peripatetic teaching. His interest in the apparent anomalies of the Cydonia region of Mars stems from an interest in the question as to whether intelligent life forms exist elsewhere in the Universe, and whether we already possess the evidence that such life forms exist.

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Co-author of "Face-like Feature at West Chandor Chasma, Mars - MGS Image AB108403" with Dr. Horace Crater. Submitted report to Senator Susan M. Collins entitled "Summary of the Evidence in Support of the Hypothesis that Certain Martian Surface Features are of Intelligent Design", an expansion and update of a summary by Dr. Mark Carlotto

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"Since learning of the Cydonia anomalies in 1988, I have tried to educate the UK public via magazine articles, letters and talks, presenting the latest facts and findings from SPSR researchers, and the potential impact should artificiality be verified. Additionally I have tried to interest the UK space science / educational community, so far with varying levels of success."

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That if objects on Mars are artificial there should be indications where surveying has been done to build them, and that these signs should conform to geometrical principles such as using right angled and degenerate triangles.

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Peter became interested in space and in particular Mars several years ago and has co-authored a paper with Greg Orme titled  "Discussion Paper: The Martian Inorganic Spider-Ravine Models: explanation of plant like features on Mars - and organic life-on-Mars alternatives", which has recently been submitted to the BIS for publication.

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A 40-year veteran of serious and respected UFO researcher, he was a subcommittee chairman for the National Investigations Committee on Aerial Phenomena, which was one of the rapid response teams assigned to the University of Colorado UFO Project in 1968, and later a Field Investigator for the Center for UFO Studies and Indiana's MUFON State Director in 1989.

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Mac Tonnies began publishing Mars/Cydonia commentary on the Web in 1998.
*Deceased

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George J. Haas is the founder and premier investigator of the Mars research group known as The Cydonia Institute (EST1991).

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Chris OKane has been active in education and amateur astronomy in Scotland.

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Associate director of The Cydonia Institute along with SPSR member George Haas.

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