Karl Brunstein

[6 JAN 1933 - K1 - 20248]

Beyond the Four Dimensions: Reconciling
Physics - Parapsychology and Ufo's

www.3rdRelativity.org



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Marion and Karl Brunstein and former neighbors
[Victoria Canada - APR 2015]



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Marion and Karl Brunstein
[MAY 2012]



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Marion and Karl Brunstein
[SEP 2002]



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Karl Brunstein
[AUG 1979]



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Deluga '57 - Ann and Pat Collier (Ronnie's sisters) - Ronnie and Bill McWilliams - Brunstein - Ed Anderson - Hock (Best Man) - Knieriem - Rich Miller - Pettet [West Point Catholic Chapel - 8 JUN 1955]



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McWilliams Wedding - Pat Collier (Ronnie’s youngest sister) - Ann Collier (Ronnie’s older sister - Dave Pettet - Rich Miller - Bill Hock [Catholic Chapel - West Point - NY - 8 June 1955]



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K-1 Firsties - 1st Row: Skaff - Raynal - Joe Franklin - Rich Miller - Knieriem - Wayne Smith - Law - 2nd Row: Torrence (CO) - Steinman - Napier - Brunstein - McWilliams - 3rd Row: Guthrie - Hock - Livesay - Pettet - Ed Anderson - 4th Row: Jerry Hawkins - Funkhouser - Fleming (Absent: Gransback)



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2012 AOG Online Register Entry

Register Glossary



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Biographical Information

"Why is God so keenly interested in mankind?" goes an old Jewish maxim. The answer: "Because he loves stories."

After graduating and serving in the 82nd Airborne Division, I left the Army in 1958, attended graduate school, was divorced, worked as a physicist for a number of years, remarried and … decided to start life all over again.

With my wife Marion and infant son John, we moved to British Columbia in 1970, settling at our present site in 1972. For decades we lived off the land and out of the woods, with modest income principally from Marion's part-time work as dialysis nurse in nearby communities, augmented by my sometimes contributions from work as campground attendant, cable ferryboat operator, technical writer on contract, and creative writing. Now we are retired, I suppose. We live for the most part as others: out of the grocery store.

At about age 50, I fell into old ways, studying physics intensely in leisure time. If there is something in my life worthy of the interest of mortals, I suggest it resides in my ideas, in my book, an expression of my own personal opinions, and at my Web site, a continuing collection of careful mathematical demonstrations.

Karl Brunstein
February 19, 2008


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