Dr. Levin was born and grew up in Vermont with many winters in Florida as a child. As a teenager he wrote poetry (published), short stories, served as a lifeguard and played football.
He currently enjoys sailing, exploring underwater caves, archeology, skiing, flying, fishing, snorkeling, astrophysics, cosmology, aircraft oceanography, sensors, writing science fiction and non-fiction as well as reading among other pursuits.
Professional Background and Qualification In 1964 he received a BS in chemistry from the University of Vermont.
He was employed by Boeing on project Apollo and later worked on the Mars Project. In 1968, he decided to return to school to study under Nobel Laureate Paul Dirac in quantum mechanics at the University of Miami, Coral Gables; obtaining his Ph.D. in 2.5 years.
He purchased a yacht to live on during his Ph.D. studies. He explored the Bahamian Blue holes and discovered deep caverns with stalagmites and stalactites.