|James M. McCampbell
has a variety of business interests including a current effort to establish
a marketing company, as a Distributor for the American Entreprenuer's
Association, and by performing periodic consulting assignments. Recent
examples of the latter are developing a drive train and marketing plan
for electric automobiles and preparing the management system for the national
program in coal liquefaction. He also contributed to the policy evaluation
for plutonium fuels and safety surveillance for the new Alaskan Gas Transmission
In 1974 he played
a key role in planning and managing a $17-million consulting service for
the Department of Interior. The mission was to provide technical support
in the environmental protection on the Alaskan pipeline. He also designed
an extensive, computerized, management system to trace all activities
on behalf of the environment.
A graduate of the
University of California, McCampbell's past experience includes 11 years
in scientific development for Bechtel Corporation. Typical projects under
his management included master plans for Air Force research centers, economic
development plans for southern Iran, industrial plants, major research
facilities for NASA, and a fast breeder nuclear power station.
He served in corporate
planning and development regarding expansion of in-house computer facilities
to serve outside markets. McCampbell's other technical experience includes
the Atomic Energy Division of American- Standard as a senior theoretical
physicist, where he directed expensive economic and technical evaluation
of plutonium production, and consulted on nuclear design and reactor stability.
As a scientist with
Westinghouse Electric Corporation, he planned experimental programs in
reactor kinetics. He was responsible for measurement of fallout from nuclear
weapons at Nevada and Marshall Island test sites when he was a physicist
at the U.S. Naval Radiological Defense Laboratory.
Among his professional
affiliations have been the American Nuclear Society, the American Institute
of Aeronautics and Astronautics and the American Association for the Advancement
of Science. He has been recognized in American Men of Science and several
other biographical reference publications.
Samples of published
works (underlined are active links):
"UFO Interference With Vehicles and
Self-Starting Engines" - MUFON 1983 UFO Symposium Proceedings
"Chapter 5, Electrical Interference"
- UFOLOGY, 1973
"UFOlogy II: Some Final Answers"