The Sun (United Kingdom): Professor Reveals the Major Threat to Humanity Posed by Comets
Prof Joel Marks from the University of New Haven, US, says comets are bigger and faster than asteroids and meteors.
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B.A. in Psychology from Cornell University
M.A. and Ph.D. in Philosophy from the University of Connecticut
Joel Marks has also directed a symposium series at the University of New Haven on "Ethics in the Workplace"; hosted the radio program, "Student Scene," on WNHU, West Haven, and co-hosted "The Professors" on WNHU and CTV; and writes occasional columns on ethics, astronomy, and other topics for newspapers, magazines, and blogs..
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