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Wolf, Fred Alan
Fred Alan Wolf is the author of several books, including Taking the Quantum Leap, which won the American Book Award. He received his Ph.D. in theoretical physics from the University of California, Los Angeles, and he lectures extensively around the world. He and his wife make their home in Santa Fe, New MexicoWolf, Fred Alan is the author of 'Parallel Universes The Search for Other Worlds' with ISBN 9780671696016 and ISBN 0671696017.
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