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Blog 36 What happened to the black holes when the Milky Way collided with a smaller galaxy about 9 billion years ago plus or minus 1 billion years by award-winning author and scientist Mark Kingston Levin PhD
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Mark Kingston Levin -- Science Fiction Author Mark Kingston Levin -- Science Fiction Author
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Dateline: San Diego , CA
Wednesday, July 11, 2018

 

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Dr. Levin was born and grew up in Vermont with many winters spent in Florida as a child. As a teenager he wrote poetry, served as a lifeguard and played football. He currently enjoys sailing, exploring underwater caves, snorkeling, writing science fiction and other pursuits. After working on the Apollo and Mars projects, he returned to school to study under Nobel Laureate Paul Dirac, obtaining his PhD in 2.5 years. Dr. Levin founded two companies and served the science policy apparatus in President Ford’s administration. He has been published over 44 times in scientific literature and was awarded over 32 US patents. The science fiction writer is now emerging with his first work, a trilogy entitled 30th Century. The first award-winning book, 30th Century: Escape, is currently available on Amazon. Book two in the series, 30th Century: Revived, should be released before the end of April 2018.

 
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