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J. Marvin Herndon (b. 1944) is an American interdisciplinary scientist, who earned his BA degree in physics in 1970 from the University of California, San Diego and his Ph.D. degree in nuclear chemistry in 1974 from Texas A&M University. For three years, J. Marvin Herndon was a post-doctoral apprentice to Hans E. Suess and Harold C. Urey in geochemistry and cosmochemistry at the University of California, San Diego. He is the President and CEO of Transdyne Corporation in San Diego, California. Profiled in Current Biography, along with Chief Justice of the U. S. Supreme Court, William H. Rehnquist, White House chief of staff, Andrew H. Card, Jr., film director and screenwriter, Sofia Coppola and thirteen others, dubbed a “maverick geophysicist” by The Washington Post [The Washington Post, March 24, Page A06], and armed with a unique knowledge of the nature of science and the ways to make important discoveries, passed down through generations of master scientists, J. Marvin Herndon’s professional life, as a technologist and as a scientist, has been a step-by-step logical progression of understanding and discovery, uncovering deep-rooted mistakes in geophysics, in astrophysics, and in science management. The consequence has been discovering the strikingly different nature of the Earth and the Universe, which are described in depth in his book Maverick’s Earth and Universe [Vancouver:Trafford Press, 2008, ISBN: 978-1-4251-4132-5], in scientific publications, in Google Knols, and in YouTube videos. J. Marvin Herndon is trained both as a physicist and as a chemist, with broad, multi-disciplinary approaches to scientific and industrial challenges and with overview, evaluation, management capability, and experience. He is experienced in directing, managing, and performing basic and applied research, both theoretical and experimental. He is experienced in the management of mineral operations, and in chemistry, metallurgy and process development. He is experienced in plant and process design, construction, trouble-shooting, management and corporate operations, and is familiar with patent application procedures and has been awarded one U. S. Patent.

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J. Marvin Herndon, PhD, Presents Comprehensive Review of Terracentric Nuclear Fission Reactor in Latest Current Science Journal

SAN DIEGO, Feb. 25, 2014 /PRNewswire/ – Science fiction sometimes foreshadows science fact. Remember the movie Forbidden Planetand the Martian epic Total Recall? Each had within their planets powerful alien-built reactors. The evidence continues to build that Earth contains a powerf…

Transdyne Corporation’s J. Marvin Herndon Presents Fundamental Theory of Planetary Formation in “New Indivisible Planetary Science Paradigm”

SAN DIEGO, Feb. 5, 2014 /PRNewswire/ – The visionary evolutionist, Lynn Margulis, taught the importance of envisioning the Earth as a whole, rather than as unrelated segments spread among various scientific specialties. In that spirit, and in the broader framework of the Solar System, Trans…

NASA’s Science: A Betrayal of Trust

SAN DIEGO, Sept. 18, 2012 /PRNewswire/ – NASA’s systematic misrepresentation of science, NASA’s use of scientifically flawed methodologies, and the failure of NASA’s top-tier management to investigate allegations of wrong doing are described in a new eBook by scienti…

MESSENGER Mercury Hollows Explained by Hydrogen Geysers

SAN DIEGO, Sept. 5, 2012 /PRNewswire/ – NASA’s Project MESSENGER spacecraft returned photos of Mercury’s surface revealing “… an unusual landform on Mercury, characterized by irregular shaped, shallow, rimless depressions, commonly in clusters and in association…

Origin of Mountains and the Primary Initiation of Submarine Canyons: A New Concept

SAN DIEGO, May 29, 2012 — Mountain systems characterized by folding, such as the Teton Range of the Rocky Mountains, have been intensively studied and debated since the 19th Century. The age-old problem of fold-mountain formation reduces to this question: How can one account for the “extr…

New Article Exposes Corruption of Science in America

SAN DIEGO, Aug. 1, 2011 — FDR’s dream of the benefits of post-WWII government-supported civilian science over time has become a nightmare, according to scientist J. Marvin Herndon, in an article published in The Dot Connector magazine which exposes the widespread, institutional corrup…

Time-Travel for Science Revolutions

Inseparability of Science History and Discovery
SAN DIEGO, April 13, 2010 — A recurrent theme of science fiction is to travel backward in time to change the present by correcting errors or events in the past. While physical time-travel is impossible, through an understanding of science history,…

Persistent Geo-Blunder Discovered: Huge Boost for Oil and Gas Exploration

SAN DIEGO, March 23, 2010 — For decades, an unsuspected geological blunder has limited crucial technical understanding of how, where and why petroleum and natural gas deposits form. Exposing and correcting that vital mistake offer the promise of new insights and potentially vast new energy-re…