Richard S Greeley is a retired nuclear expert who seeks solutions to global warming as a specialist in the environmental and green energy fields.
As an employee of a nonprofit research and development firm, he developed a nuclear bomb detection system and in 1962 successfully tested it on a Pacific Ocean island where the U.S. Air Force was detonating thermonuclear weapons. He also assisted the Air Force during the Cuban Missile Crisis.
A veteran of the U.S. Naval Reserve, Richard holds a bachelor’s degree from Harvard University, a master’s degree from Northwestern University and he has a Ph.D. in chemistry with a minor in nuclear engineering from the University of Tennesse.
He has published books of fiction and nonfiction on his experiences including “Emmie and Roger: A Thermonuclear Romance” and “Flight From Hanoi: Into The Terror Of The Ho Chi Minh Trail”.