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(1994)Don Cooke was born in 1918 and took up the game of poker in his early days. In his book of memories he wrote of playing poker for books among his young friends. He notes that it was an odd combination but it does explain ...
(Internet-First University Press, 2012-04-20)Hal Craft reminisces about his Cornell and Arecibo Observatory connections; in particular, he discusses the event that occurred while he was serving as Director of the Observatory, including his oversight of a major facility ...
(Internet-First University Press, 2012-04-20)In this definitive review of the history of the Arecibo Observatory, Don Campbell, a former Director, shares his extensive knowledge of how the observatory evolved. Campbell and Craft are the executive producers of this ...
(Internet-First University Press, 2015-12-03)Large increases in cereal prices in 2007-08 raised questions about the ability of world agriculture to produce the food needed by future generation. Predictions about impending world famine and continued increases in food ...