The primary writer on 3 scientific books
and one of the writers on 3 other books intended for academia.
This is in addition to 6 books written for the general public.
National Swindle of the World Trade Center (1st ed 2011, 2nd ed 2013)
Anatomy of Mass Murders (2013)
How the WTC was REALLY Demolished
(1st edition "Illustrated Guide" 2014, 2nd edition "Image-rich Analysis" 2015)
Winner of the 9/11 Physics Debate on March 14, 2016 Citations.pdf
Ph.D. in Applied Physics, 1978 California Institute of Technology (CalTech) Pasadena, California M.A., 1973 (Major: Physics; Minor: Mathematics) University of Texas Austin, Texas B.S. in Physics, 1972 (Highest Honors, Special Honors in Physics) University of Texas Austin, Texas
40 years: Applying analytical/computational tools to solve science/technoloy/engineering problems Analyzing plasma & electrodynamic processes in laboratory and space Investigating plasma applications in space, industry, and fusion Carrying out numerical analysis and developing scientific software (Fortran and C languages; Unix and Windows operating systems) Over 30 years: Training on topics in technology, engineering, applied physics, and mathematics Analyzing physical processes in the solar-terrestrial environment Over 25 years: Speaking & writing on topics of expertise and experience to the general public as well as scientific audiences Over 15 years: Developing websites and creating systems over the internet (e.g. see www.sealane.org , which has several links to certain items below) Over 10 years: Illustrated Analysis of How the WTC Was REALLY Demolished on 9/11 Researching physics and plasma applications (to medicine, WTC collapses, fuel cells, industry)
2010-2011 Writing, speaking (New York, Austin & Dallas, TX), consulting (Austin, TX) 2009-2010 Research contract on plasmas in space with National Science Foundation 2002-2010 Research Consultant in applied physics research at University of Iowa 2002-2009 Consulted for American College Testing (critically reviewed physics tests) 2002-2009 Public speaking & training through SeaLane Consulting o "The Emerging SuperGlobe" presented at University of Iowa (2002) & a state teachers conference at the University of Northern IA (2003). Presented on 50+ TV stations in the US, Canada, and New Zealand (2002-2005). o "Safety in the Workplace", "Disabilities in the Workplace" presented in Peoria, IL (2004) o "Developing Number Power" presented in Iowa City (2005). o "Introduction to Fuel Cells" prepared for presentation in Philadelphia (2006). o "Physics of Collapses at the World Trade Center" presented in New York, St Louis, University of Iowa, and Des Moines (2007-2009). 1979-2009 Conducted 100s of tutoring sessions in mathematics, physics, statistics and engineering 1988-2002 Research Scientist at University of Iowa 1997-2002 Public speaking and training through University of Iowa o "Enabling for the 21st Century" o "Earth's Dynamic Neighborhood" (broadcast on several TV channels) 1993 Computer analysis for Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Research Facility 1990-1992 Consulting on physics test preparation for American College Testing 1991 Consulting on space plasma research at Lockheed Research Labs (Palo Alto, CA) 1984 - 1987 Public speaking on "Space Weapons", other science & society topics 1981-1988 Associate Research Scientist at University of Iowa (also taught advanced plasma physics, space physics, and co-taught seminar) 1979-1981 Research Scientist at Science Applications, Inc. (worked on contract in plasma physics research with Naval Research Labs) 1978-1979 Visiting Assistant Professor at University of Tennessee (taught mathematical physics, electricity & magnetism, & did physics research) 1977-1978 National Science Foundation Postdoctoral Fellowship at Caltech
American Physical Society International Union of Radio Science [elected to honorarily in 1978] Institute of Electrical & Electronic Engineers National Speaker's Association Writer's League of Texas
Crockett Grabbe, National Swindle of the World Trade Center (SeaLane Press, Austin, TX, 2011), downloadable online at SeaLane.org . Crockett Grabbe, "Discussion of 'Why the Observed Motion History of World Trade Center Towers is Smooth,' by Jia-Liang Le and Z.P. Bazant," accepted for publication by Journal of Engineering Mechanics, May, 2012. Crockett Grabbe, "Comment on 'Weakly Collisional Landau and Three-Dimensional Bernstein-Greene-Kruskal Modes' [Phys. Plasmas 13, 055903 (2006)]" Physics of Plasma, 17, April, 2010. Crockett Grabbe, "Discussion of 'Progressive Collapse of the World Trade Center: A Simple Analysis' by K.A. Seffen," Journal of Engineering Mechanics, April, 2010. [NOTE: Seffen is an applied mathematician from Cambridge whose paper was on BBC News. I ripped his paper apart, and he never made any reply to my very critical comments.] Crockett Grabbe, "Showing South Tower of WTC Collapsed from Forces Stronger than Gravity," American Assoc. of Physics Teachers Chicago Meeting, Feb. 15, 2009. http://www.sealane.org/writings/Chicago209pap.html Crockett Grabbe, "Physics of Collapse of the South Tower of the World Trade Center," American Physical Society April meeting, St. Louis, April 15, 2008. http://www.sealane.org/writings/PhysSTFall.html Steve Jones, Jeffrey Farrer, Gregory Jenkins, Frank Legge, James Gourley, Kevin Ryan, Daniels Farnsworth, and Crockett Grabbe, "Extremely High Temperatures in the World Trade Center Destruction," Journal of 911 Studies, 15, January, 2008. Crockett Grabbe, "Response to NIST on Energy and Momentum." Journal of 911 Studies Letter, January 29, 2008. Crockett Grabbe, "Direct Evidence for Explosions: Flying Projectiles and Widespread Impact Damage," Journal of 911 Studies, 14, August, 2007. Crockett Grabbe (editor), Plasma Physics Applied (Transworld Research Network, INDIA, 2006). [Plasma physicists from Los Alamos Lab, Goddard Spaceflight Center, Standford University Radioscience Lab, University of Maryland, University of Iowa, Rutherford-Appleton Labs in ENGLAND, and Yokahama University in JAPAN were invited to write individual chapters.] Crockett Grabbe and Douglas Menietti, "Broadband Electrostatic Wave Observations in the Auroral Region on Polar and Comparison with Theory," Journal of Geophysical Research, 111, A10226, 2006. Crockett Grabbe,"Trapped-Electron Solitary Wave Structures in a Magnetized plasmas," Physics of Plasma, 12, 72311, 2005. Crockett Grabbe, "Power and the Emerging Dynamic SuperGlobe", invited essay in Durlabhji (editor) Power in Focus (Wyndham Hall Press, Lima, OH, 2004). Crockett Grabbe, The Emerging Dynamic SuperGlobe, Video Program developed in 2002, shown repetitively on over 50 public TV channels in Alaska, Hawaii, 25 continental states, Canada and New Zealand. Crockett Grabbe and J.D. Menietti "Electrostatic Wave Variety and the Origins of Broadband Electrostatic Noise," Planetary and Space Science, 50, 335-41, 2002. Crockett Grabbe, "Solitary Wave Structure in Magnetized Plasmas and the Source Region of Broadband Electrostatic Noise," Geophysical Research Letters, 29, 2002. SeaLane Gray (pen name), Duck Soup for the Diehard Soul (Author House, Bloomington, IN, 2001). A biography of dreams and trauma, with humor and inspiration. Crockett Grabbe, "The Generation of Broadband Electrostatic Waves in Earth's Magnetotail," Physical Review Letters, 84, 3614-17, 2000. Crockett Grabbe, "Origins of Broadband Electrostatic Waves in Earth's Magnetotail," invited paper (pp. 89-100) in Recent Research Developments in Plasmas, Vol. 1 (Transworld Research Network, INDIA, 2000). Crockett Grabbe and Ezio Venturino, "Broadband Electrostatic Waves in the Plasma Sheet for Kappa Particle Distributions," University of Iowa Report, 1998. [also Bulletin of the American Physical Society, 43, 1852, 1998]. Crockett Grabbe, "Low Mach Number Predictions in an Extended Axially Symmetric MHD Theory of the Magnetosheath," Geophysical Research Letters, 24, 2495-98, 1997. Crockett Grabbe and Ezio Venturino, "Asymptotics of the Modified Plasma Dispersion Function Generalized to Real Kappa," Physics of Plasmas, 3, 35-41, 1996. Crockett Grabbe, "MHD Theory of the Earth's Magnetosheath for an Axisymmmetric Model," Geophysical Research Letters, 23, 777-80, 1996. Crockett Grabbe, "The Polytropic Index of the Solar Wind at the Earth's Bow Shock," Journal of Geophysical Research, 101, 11,067-73, 1996. Crockett Grabbe and Iver Cairns, "Analytic MHD Theory for Earth's Bow Shock at Low Mach Numbers," Journal of Geophysical Research, 100, 19,941-49, 1995. Georg Knorr, H. Mond, and Crockett Grabbe, "Relaxation States of an MHD Plasma with External Magnetic Field," Journal of Plasma Physics, 53, 373-85, 1995. Crockett Grabbe, invited Critical Review of R. M. Russell, "Whitehead, Einstein and the Newtonian Legacy," [from Newton and New Direction in Science (Specola Vaticana, Italy, 1988)] Process Studies, 23, 285, Fall/Winter, 1994. Iver Cairns and Crockett Grabbe, "Towards an MHD Theory for the Standoff Distance of Earth's Bow Shock," Geophysical Research Letters, 21, 2781-84, 1994. Crockett Grabbe, "Cerenkov Radiation in Magnetospheric Plasmas," invited paper in Trends in Geophysical Research, 2, 233-45, 1993. NOTE: Between 1977 and 1993 I published about 50 papers, a Master's and a Ph.D. Thesis, and 2 subsequent books. This includes the following 3 books: 2 were written by me and and third contains the 2 invited papers that I presented at the International Center for Theoretical Physics (ICTP) in Trieste, ITALY, which were then put in book published by World Scientific (Singapore): C.L. Grabbe, Space Weapons and the Strategic Defense Initiative (Iowa State University Press, Ames, IA, 1991). [Provided a comprehensive critical review of the development of space weapons] C.L. Grabbe (editor & co-author) Plasma Waves and Instabilities Resource Book (American Association of Physics Teachers, 1986). Crockett Grabbe, "Langmuir Turbulence in Space Plasmas" and "Broadband Electrostatic Waves in the Magnetotail", invited lectures at International Center for Theoretical Physics, Trieste, ITALY in B Buti (ed.), Advances in Space Plasma Physics (World Scientific, Singapore, 1985).
American College Testing Appleton-Rutherford Lab, ENGLAND Caltech Claremont College Center for Process Studies International Center for Theoretical Physics, ITALY Lockheed-Martin Loral Space & Communication Max-Plank Institute, GERMANY Naval Research Labs University of Iowa University of Tennessee
Profiled in Who's Who in Science and Engineering (1996-2011) Profiled in Writer's Directory (1997-1999, 2004) Profiled in Contemporary Authors (1992) Invited Lecturer in Plasma Physics at IAEA in Trieste, ITALY (1985) National Science Foundation Postdoctoral Fellowship (1977-1978) Anthony Fellowship (1973-1974) [awarded at Caltech] Lyndon B. Johnson Fellowship (1973) [awarded at University of Texas] B.S. in Physics with Highest Honors and Special Honors in Physics (1972) (Graduated first in class in Physics, GPA = 3.95, University of Texas) Phi Beta Kappa (1971) American Chemical Society Outstanding Senior Award (1971) Arts & Sciences Foundation Scholarship (1970-1971 & 1971-1972) [U. of Texas award] Welch Foundation Scholarship (1969-1973) [awarded to use at any Texas university] Texas State High-School Champion in Number-Sense (both 1967 & 1968)
Physics of the World Trade Center Collapses (New York; Iowa City, IA; St Louis, MO; Des Moines, IA; New York; Austin, TX; Dallas, TX) Plasma Physics Applied (Iowa City, IA, Orlando, FL) The Emerging SuperGlobe (Iowa City, IA; Waterloo, IA; 50-60 TV stations in US, Canada & New Zealand) Developing Number Power (Cedar Rapids, IA) Disabilities in the Workplace (Peoria, IL) Safety in the Workplace (Peoria, IL) Introduction to Space Physics (Iowa City, IA) Communication Development for the 21st Century (Atlanta, GA) Computer Viruses (Iowa City, IA) Space Weapons (several IA sites; St Louis, MO; Chicago, IL; Treste, ITALY, Göteborg, SWEDEN; Vienna, AUSTRA; Munich, GERMANY) Fusion & New Energy Sources (Columbia, MO; Knoxville, TN) Nuclear Power & Its Issues (Cedar Rapids, IA) Stochasticity (Iowa City, IA) Advanced Plasma Physics (Iowa City, IA) Electricity and Magnetism (Knoxville, TN) Mathematical Physics (Knoxville, TN) Quantum Mechanics (Pasadena, CA)
(Paper presented to physicists was ENTHUSIASTICALLY applauded wth NO challenges)