Letter from Lloyd Motz

Jan. Sammer
560 Riverside Drive Apartment 3Q
New York NY

June 16, 1985

Dear Dewey:

I have just received a letter from Lloyd Motz—he is the author of a textbook on astronomy and a professor here at Columbia. A copy is enclosed. He seems to be of two minds about the book; I would ascribe the negative remarks at the end of his letter to a lack of familiarity with Vol. I. I can understand that he found some of Volume III a bit puzzling, if that was the first book of yours that he read. I'll see if he’s ready to tackle Nothing but Motion next.

Still no word from John Gribbin; I waited a bit before writing to him, to see if he would react to my earlier letter and to the book that I had sent to the editor of Nature, asking that Gribbin be notified when it arrives. I did send to Gribbin the copy of your letter to me, together with your article on the Big Bang.

My best,

International Society of  Unified Science
Reciprocal System Research Society

Salt Lake City, UT 84106

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