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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Carl_B._Olsen

Carl B. Olsen was a rear admiral in the United States Coast Guard. Biography[ edit]. Olsen was born on May 24, 1904 in Fort Collins, Colorado. He graduated ...

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hafnium_controversy

The hafnium controversy is a debate over the possibility of 'triggering' rapid energy releases, ... In 1998, a group led by Carl Collins of the University of Texas at Dallas reported having successfully initiated .... Jump up to: Publications by Center for Quantum Electronics, University of Texas at Dallas Retrieved on 2010- 12-12.

www.utdallas.edu/physics/faculty

Roderick Heelis Professor PhD, University of Sheffield Distinguished Chair in Natural Sciences and Mathematics Director, William B. Hanson Center for Space  ...

www.iipopescu.com/In_Memoriam_Dr._Denisa_Popescu.html

Original Message ----- From: "Carl Collins" <cbc@utdallas.edu> To: "Agee Jack Civ AFRL/AFOSR" <jack.agee@afosr.af.mil>; <ageeindex@aol.com>; "Anatoly ...

www.dmagazine.com/publications/d-magazine/1987/february/star-wars-research-at-utd

Dr. Carl B. Collins is the director of the Center for Quantum Electronics at UTD. In 1975 Collins founded the center, which in three years developed two new laser ...

www.globalsecurity.org/wmd/intro/hafnium.htm

Oct 31, 2014 ... DARPA supported a group led by Carl Collins at the University of Texas ... by Carl B Collins, the Director of the Center for Quantum Electronics, ...

www.linkedin.com/in/carlcollins

View Carl Collins' profile on LinkedIn, the world's largest professional community. Carl has 12 jobs listed on their profile. See the complete profile on LinkedIn ...

www.physics.smu.edu/pseudo/Threshold

Since 1999, a collaboration led by Professor Carl B. Collins (University of Texas at Dallas) has been reporting evidence for the release of energy stored in an ...

www.nytimes.com/1995/08/05/obituaries/carl-b-rubin-75-judge-in-cincinnati.html

Aug 5, 1995 ... Carl B. Rubin, a Federal district judge in Cincinnati who helped to settle lawsuits over a fire that killed 165 people and an anti-nausea drug that ...