|Alfred de Grazia, Gunnar Heinsohn, Milton Zysman, Boswell|
|Milton Zysman, A native Torontonian, received a Bachelor of Arts degree at University College, University of Toronto, in 1958. Graduated from the university's law school in 1962.|
Involved since 1960 in the design and production of machinery and components for the international bedding and furniture industry.
1977: purchased the film rights to A Shining Furrow, subsequently released as Circle of Two, a feature film starring Tatum O'Neal and Richard Burton, directed by Jules Dassin. Sold screenplay to Film Consortium of Canada, for cash, a percentage of profits and credit as executive producer.
THE EARTH SCIENCES
Took a strong interest in neo-Catastrophism in the Earth Sciences. Wrote and lectured on the subject. Founding member of CSIS, (The Canadian Society for Interdisciplinary Studies) and published its newsletter. Helped organize annual seminars and funded and organized an international symposium at the University of Toronto campus in 1990 entitled ‘Velikovsky Reconsidered".
2002-2005: raised funds for the production of The Song Is You a musical food bank benefit review, celebrating the career of Oscar Hammerstein. Starring the Toronto Mendelssohn Choir, it opened at Toronto's Hummingbird Centre, May 19th 2005.
In 2008, entered into a joint venture with Gunnar Heinsohn to produce a documentary provisionally entitled The Earth Builders, focusing on the role of comets in planetary evolution.
Catastrophism 2000, Toronto July 1990 Co-edited with Clarke Whelton
Tales of a recent comet, Toronto July 1997 (With Frank Wallace)
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