Calder, Nigel (David Ritchie)

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CALDER, Nigel (David Ritchie)

CALDER, Nigel (David Ritchie). British, b. 1931. Genres: Sciences. Career: Physicist, Mullard Research Labs., 1954-56; Member, Editorial Staff, New Scientist, London, 1956-66; Science Ed., 1960-62, and Ed., 1962-66; Science Correspondent, New Statesman, London, 1959-62, 1966-71; Independent author and TV scriptwriter, 1966-. Publications: Electricity Grows Up, 1957; Robots, 1957; Radio Astronomy, 1958; The Environment Game (in U.S. as Eden Was No Garden); Violent Universe: An Eyewitness Account of the New Astronomy, 1969; Technopolis, 1969; The Mind of Man, 1970; Living Tomorrow, 1970; Restless Earth: A Report on the New Geology, 1972; The Life Game: Evolution and the New Biology, 1973; The Weather Machine, 1974; The Human Conspiracy, 1975; The Key to the Universe, 1977; Spaceships of the Mind, 1978; Einstein's Universe, 1979; Nuclear Nightmares, 1979; The Comet Is Coming!: The Feverish Legacy of Mr. Halley, 1980; 1984 and After, 1983; Timescale, 1983; The English Channel, 1986; The Green Machines, 1986; Spaceship Earth, 1991; Giotto to the Comets, 1992; Beyond this World, 1995; The Manic Sun, 1997; Magic Universe: The Oxford Guide to Modern Science, 2003. EDITOR: The World in 1984, 1965; Unless Peace Comes, 1968; Nature in the Round, 1973; Future Earth, 1988; Scientific Europe, 1990. Author of television series. Address: 26 Boundary Rd, Northgate, Crawley, W. Sussex RHl0 8BT, England. Online address: [email protected]

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