Max H. Flindt
Bio: Max H. Flindt was born in 1915 in San Jose, California, the son of pioneer science fiction writer Homer Eon Flint. Ardent studies in chemistry, physics, biology, paleontology, and anthropology led him to a life dedicated to independent scientific research. His former posts include that of Senior Laboratory Technician under Nobelists Dr. Edward Teller, Dr. Glenn Seaborg, and Dr. Melvin Calvin at Lawrence Radiation Laboratory at Berkeley, and Laboratory Analyst in research at Lockheed where he engaged in highly classified space research and research on human blood anomalies under the late professor emeritus Percival Baumberger of Stanford University.
Max H. Flindt is the first to scientifically document biological evidence that mankind may be the result of a prehistorical union of terrestrial humanoids and starmen, which is this book?s main thesis.