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Barnie Green

Barnie Green PhotoBarnie Green
TitleChief Operating Officer
ExpertiseAstronomical Photography; Senior Architect for the development of Mega Computer Systems and Mega Network Systems; Senior Developer for the organization of information structures for Mega Computer Systems and Network Systems
Current OrganizationScientific Associates
Type of OrganizationResearch
Major ProductResearch, creation of experimental methods, observation, recording and reporting
Area of DistributionInternational
BornBrooklyn, New York
Honors & AwardsLifetime Member, Lifetime Featured Member and Professional of the Year in Astronomy, Strathmore's Who's Who; Wierthman Research Scholar, New York Public Library, 1974
Published WorksWrote a comprehensive and extensive Chinese to English to Chinese dictionary, enabling the Chinese people to move from 20th century BC to 20th century AD, also enabling the U.S.A.'s code brakes and brake all Chinese codes (past, present, future)
AffiliationsNew York Science Association; Board Member, Photography Historical Society
Hobbies & SportsPhotography, museums, movies, opera
Career AccomplishmentsCreation, development and deployment of a new computer system and structure for the protection of computer structures of all sizes from attack from multi-malicious and various sources, including the protection of network systems and structures plus the protection of information systems and structures. This consists of a multiplicity of mazes of various shapes and sizes that have no exits and can be internally reconfigured to enclose different types of attacks and attackers. Senior structural engineering must determine if this new structure is advisable, necessary and possible to create; Visited Cern, Geneva, Switzerland in the 1970's, entering the very large linear acceleratory through 3 foot solid concrete door, accompanied by Dr. Cocconi from Cern
Work HistorySenior Physical Scientist (worldwide), 1950 to present- observing, recording, reporting on astronomical, physical and other observable activities on Earth and in the universe; Astronomical experiments include- solar observations on Mont Blanc, Switzerland and Mount Washington, NH, US; star tracking observations and photography on Mona Kea, Hawaii, US; set up research stations worldwide for various experiments in physical science
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