Jeremy Stone
American scientist
Jeremy Stone
Jeremy J. Stone was president of the Federation of American Scientists from 1970 to 2000, where he led that organization's advocacy initiatives in arms control, human rights, and foreign policy. In 2000, he was succeeded as president by Dr. Henry Kelly. Stone continued his work at a new organization called Catalytic Diplomacy. Stone is the son of the journalist I.F. Stone.
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Jeremy Stone, Keri Stone Accused Of Smuggling Brazilian Snake
Huffington Post - about 3 years
SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — A brother and sister from Utah were indicted this week by federal prosecutors on charges of illegally importing a rare boa constrictor from Brazil. The U.S. Attorney's Office in Utah accuses Jeremy Stone, 39, and his sister, Keri Stone, 34, of bringing the snake into the country in a shipment that went through Miami. Authorities say the Stones paid thousands of dollars to administrators at a Brazilian zoo to get the white leucistic boa, and falsely reported the snake had been caught in the wild in Guyana. Jeremy Stone bred the boa constrictor with other snakes at his reptile business in Lindon, about 40 miles south of Salt Lake City, prosecutors say. He then sold the offspring for tens of thousands of dollars. Los Angeles attorney Larry Bakman, who is represents Jeremey Stone, said his client denies the allegation. Bakman said he looks forward to contesting the charges in court, though he declined to provide specifics. "Until I see what they have, it's hard ...
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RETRO REVIEW: THE ANDROMEDA STRAIN - Very Aware
Google News - over 5 years
Named for the designation given an extraterrestrial, virus-sized biological lifeform that threatens to wipe out humankind unless it's contained or otherwise stopped, THE ANDROMEDA STRAIN centers on four characters, beginning with Dr. Jeremy Stone
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High school roundup: Green Wave volley past Memorial - Foster's Daily Democrat
Google News - over 5 years
Doug Marshall scored three goals and Jeremy Stone two to pace the Bears (3-1). Coe-Brown is at Hanover for a Saturday afternoon clash. NASHUA — The Spaulding boys soccer team picked up its first win of the season on Tuesday, earning a 7-4 victory over
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Teacher team wins grant - TheHerald
Google News - over 5 years
Other winning ideas have included "Techmobile," submitted in 2001 by Cathleen Hightower in New Orleans to help bridge "the digital divide"; and last year's top winner, Jeremy Stone in New Haven, Conn., for his "Environmental Ventures" program to
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Dead snowboarder had no helmet - Stuff.co.nz
Google News - over 5 years
Jeremy Stone used a Facebook posting to praise Tod Mason and Nathaniel Jamieson for helping his younger brother "in his time of greatest need". Jeremy Stone described the snowboarder as "my beautiful brother and great mate"
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Conor in form to take time trial championship - www.solihullnews.net
Google News - over 5 years
Jeremy Stone finished second in 22:49 with Richard Preece third in 23:45. Janet Marsden took the ladies title with 25:41. Meanwhile in the Midlands 10 mile championships near Alcester, Eddy Priddy clocked 22:09 to take gold in the 50-54 competition
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La amenaza de Andrómeda - CanalTCM
Google News - over 5 years
Cuando el reconocimiento aéreo de la zona revela que todos los habitantes del lugar han muerto, el ejército crea un equipo de investigación para que inspeccione la zona, liderado por el biólogo y premio Nobel Jeremy Stone, y en el que también se
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Medalist recovers from rough start for Junior Am win - Kitsap Sun
Google News - over 5 years
Beau Hossler is congratulated by a friend as he walks off the 15th hole with his former caddie, Jeremy Stone, left, his mother Amy and current caddie Skip Jarvas are in the background
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CHOPPERS AWAY - Property Week News
Google News - over 5 years
He became involved at the end of last year, when entrepreneur Jeremy Stone, who owns an aviation business, and Paul Beaver, a defence analyst, asked him to join a bid to buy the Navy's aircraft carrier, HMS Ark Royal. The government's controversial
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Garbage Grabbing Gets Greener - New Haven Independent
Google News - almost 6 years
“This really is the future of the economy,” said Jeremy Stone, who teaches the class. After Esty's presentation, Stone and senior Kejohn Ervin discussed how to bring environmentally friendly practices to even more areas of life, like recycling sneakers
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Snake Owners See Furry Bias In Invasive Species Proposal
NYTimes - about 6 years
Until recently, Jeremy Stone lived happily in Lindon, Utah, with his wife and four children, and an annex full of baby ball pythons and boa constrictors. The Stone family shares a passion for slithering pets. Mr. Stone's son Zach got his first boa, a specially bred variety that glows yellowish orange, as a reward for doing his summer chores at age
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Delta's Black Oystermen Seeking Cleanup Work and Clinging to Hope
NYTimes - over 6 years
POINTE A LA HACHE, La. -- Way down in the delta, just south of the Belle Chasse Ferry at Beshel's Marina here, black men with work-worn hands and several generations of fishing in their blood sat around on old milk crates, hoping for a piece of the oil cleanup action that seems to have bypassed their little stretch of the bayou. Nearly all of them
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CALENDAR; Westchester
NYTimes - almost 7 years
A guide to cultural and recreational goings-on in and around the Hudson Valley. Items for the guide should be sent at least three weeks in advance to westweek@nytimes.com, or by mail to Westchester Calendar, Metropolitan, The New York Times, 620 Eighth Avenue, New York, N.Y. 10018-1405. Comedy ELMSFORD Westchester Broadway Theater ''Comedy Night,''
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CALENDAR; Westchester
NYTimes - almost 7 years
A guide to cultural and recreational goings-on in and around the Hudson Valley. Items for the guide should be sent at least three weeks in advance to westweek@nytimes.com, or by mail to Westchester Calendar, Metropolitan, The New York Times, 620 Eighth Avenue, New York, N.Y. 10018-1405. Comedy ELMSFORD Westchester Broadway Theater ''Comedy Night,''
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TELEVISION REVIEW | 'THE ANDROMEDA STRAIN'; Earth's End Is Near Again: Crichton's Brain Squad Is Back
NYTimes - over 8 years
''The Andromeda Strain,'' Michael Crichton's 1969 novel, written while he was still a medical student at Harvard, is like one of the mutations the book painstakingly describes. It can shape-shift into a dozen metaphors. At the time of its publication it spoke not only to cold war fears but also to more up-to-the-minute notions that lunar missions
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Paid Notice: Deaths STONE, ALLAN BARRY
NYTimes - about 10 years
STONE--Allan Barry, 74, of Purchase, NY died peacefully in his sleep on December 15, 2006. A beloved husband, father, grandfather, friend, collector and art dealer, his extraordinary joie de vivre, brilliance, humor, generosity and acumen were an inspiration to all who knew him. He will be greatly missed. He is survived by his wife Clare Stone, his
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We Mapped Manhattan
NYTimes - over 11 years
IN 1857, members of the Philological Society of London proposed the creation of a dictionary built upon quotations contributed by readers. The Book Review's project to make a literary map of Manhattan (see centerfold, next page) was wildly more modest than the Oxford English Dictionary, but our reliance on reader submissions was as great, and our
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Esther M. Stone, 91, Widow of Journalist
NYTimes - over 16 years
Esther M. Stone, the widow of the journalist I. F. Stone, who helped him publish his well-read and iconoclastic weekly newsletter, died on Thursday at a nursing home in Potomac, Md. She was 91. She was born in Philadelphia and married Mr. Stone in 1929, after meeting him on a blind date, said her son Jeremy J. Stone. For about 20 years, Mrs. Stone
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Esther M. Stone, 91, Widow of Journalist
NYTimes - over 16 years
Esther M. Stone, the widow of the journalist I. F. Stone, who helped him publish his well-read and iconoclastic weekly newsletter, died Thursday at a nursing home in Potomac, Md. She was 91. She was born in Philadelphia and married Mr. Stone in 1929, after meeting him on a blind date, said her son Jeremy J. Stone. For about 20 years, Mrs. Stone
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Timeline
Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Jeremy Stone
    LATE_ADULTHOOD
  • 2014
    Age 79
    In 2014, he reported on his work on religion on a website at www.catalyticreligion.org.
    More Details Hide Details This website documents the idea that the main architects of the three largest Western religions—Christianity (Apostle Paul), Islam (Mohammad) and Protestantism (Martin Luther)--all suffered from the same mental disorder, a disorder that encourages the creation of new religion. The disorder is a form of temporal lobe epilepsy called Geschwind Syndrome. In 2015, Catalytic Diplomacy reported on its work on Journalistic Independence and Peace by posting two videos on the www.ifstone.org website describing the career of Jeremy Stone’s father, I.F. Stone, and journalists who followed his example. These videos are the precursor of a 90-minute documentary being created by White Pine Pictures of Toronto, Canada. Stone has received the Science and Society Award of the Forum on Physics and Society of the American Physics Society. In June 1985, he was awarded an honorary Doctor of Laws degree from Swarthmore College. And, in 1995, the Federation of American Scientists gave Stone its annual Public Service Award.
  • 2010
    Age 75
    In 2010, Stone created an organization, Catalytic Longevity, to advance a dietary approach called "Carbohydrate Concentration."
    More Details Hide Details This website is powered by the work of its research director, Mark McCarty, and a few others and is, as of 2015, working on treating neurological disorders by nutritional means, especially with ketogenic diets and coconut oil.
  • 2004
    Age 69
    In 2004, he catalyzed the first public visit to Iran in a quarter century of a U.S. Government official, namely that of James Billington, the Librarian of Congress.
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  • 2000
    Age 65
    After resigning from the Presidency of the Federation of American Scientists on June 1, 2000, he formed the small non-profit, Catalytic Diplomacy, which from 1999 to 2006 worked mainly on Cross-Straits Relations between China and Taiwan; U.S.-Russian arms control; U.S. relations with Iran; and U.S. relations with North Korea.
    More Details Hide Details Beginning in 2007, working with a small group of activists, he has been working on issues involving Myanmar (Burma), Cuba, and Afghanistan and Iran.
    In 2000, he was succeeded as president by Dr. Henry Kelly.
    More Details Hide Details Stone continued his work at a new organization called Catalytic Diplomacy. Stone is the son of the journalist I.F. Stone.
  • 1999
    Age 64
    Available on Amazon.com, it covers his work from 1999 to 2006.
    More Details Hide Details It can be printed out from his foreign policy website www.catalyticdiplomacy.org as can his first life memoir.
    In April 1999, Public Affairs Press published his memoir, "Every Man Should Try": Adventures of a Public Interest Activist, in which he documented his achievements and failures–including those noted above. (The book was published in Russian in March 2004 with an introduction by Academician Evgeny Velikhov.)
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  • 1998
    Age 63
    In December 1998, he led the first American scientific delegation in 20 years to Iran and, in September 1999, hosted the return visit of the Academy of Sciences of Iran.
    More Details Hide Details Introducing this delegation to a host of scientific organizations in Washington, including the National Academy of Sciences, led to an agreement to restart the (post-1979 revolution) Iranian-American scientific exchange. Stone published his second memoir, "Catalytic Diplomacy: Russia, China, North Korea, and Iran," in October 2009.
  • FORTIES
  • 1979
    Age 44
    Stone designed and secured Carter Administration approval of a follow-on to SALT II ("Shrink SALT II") which was proposed in secret by President Carter at the 1979 Vienna Summit.
    More Details Hide Details He invented a finesse (the Bear Hug Strategy) that may have helped to make START II possible. And he created an entirely new approach ("No One Decision-Maker") to the issue of no-first-use of nuclear weapons.
  • 1976
    Age 41
    He persuaded the American scientific community to set up human rights committees to defend the rights of Russian scientists and was a leading American advocate for Soviet physicist Andrei Sakharov, who in 1976 described Stone as "creative, articulate and brave."
    More Details Hide Details He was instrumental in stopping an illegal U.S. Government program of mail opening by the CIA. He is credited with having made major contributions to changing U.S. policy on Cambodia at a time when that policy had allied the United States to the genocidal Khmer Rouge. He also waged an effective campaign to have the CIA and the KGB work together on issues of common concern. And he once was assigned, by Carl Sagan, the difficult task of determining whether to warn the East Coast of the United States of a possible impending earthquake.
  • THIRTIES
  • 1973
    Age 38
    In June 1973, as a consequence of his activism in criticizing Pentagon spending practices, his name appeared as one of the 150 listed on the "enemies" list of President Nixon.
    More Details Hide Details During the 30 years of Stone's stewardship, he and the Federation contributed to policy debates on the nuclear arms race, human rights, ethnic violence and civil conflict, small arms, controlling biological and chemical weapons, energy conservation, global warming, and related subjects. Several of Stone's arms control initiatives bore fruit. According to the 2002 book Unarmed Forces by Matthew Evangelista, the Russians were calling the ABM Treaty "Jeremy Stone's proposal" as early as 1967.
  • 1972
    Age 37
    In the 1970s, Stone and FAS helped catalyze the opening of scientific exchange with China in 1972.
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  • 1970
    Age 35
    In June 1970 Stone became the CEO of the Federation of American Scientists (FAS), founded in 1945 by atomic scientists as Federation of Atomic Scientists (FAS).
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  • 1966
    Age 31
    He taught mathematics and arms control at Pomona College from 1966-68.
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  • TWENTIES
  • 1964
    Age 29
    In 1964-1966 he was a research associate at the Harvard Center for International Affairs (CFIA) where he wrote two books: Containing the Arms Race: Some Specific Proposals (MIT Press, 1966) and Strategic Persuasion: Arms Control Through Dialogue (Columbia University Press, 1967).
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  • 1963
    Age 28
    In 1963, he began working on an arms control proposal for preventing anti-ballistic missile (ABM) systems.
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  • 1962
    Age 27
    A 100-page summary of his main achievements on foreign affairs for the half-century from 1962 to 2014 also appears on the Catalytic Diplomacy website under the tab "Life Memoirs Summary".
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    In 1962, he left SRI to work at Hudson Institute on issues of war and peace.
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  • 1960
    Age 25
    He received a Ph.D. in mathematics from Stanford University in 1960 and joined Stanford Research Institute (SRI) as a research mathematician where he worked on Error Correcting Codes.
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  • 1958
    Age 23
    As a consultant to the RAND Corporation in the summer of 1958, he invented the Cross-Section Method of Linear Programming.
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  • 1957
    Age 22
    After attending MIT for one year, he graduated from Swarthmore College in June 1957.
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  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1935
    Age 0
    Born in 1935, Stone studied at the Bronx High School of Science (1951–53) during which time he taught Three-dimensional chess at the New School for Social Research.
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