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The Sasquatch Genome Project: A Failed DNA Study with Dr. Haskell Hart

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​​​​Dr. Haskell Hart joins the show to discuss his new book -The Sasquatch Genome Project: A Failed DNA Study.

Dr. Haskell V. Hart holds a PhD in chemistry from Harvard University and has a physical, inorganic, and analytical chemistry research background. He was Associate Professor of Chemistry, University of North Carolina at Wilmington, after which he was Senior Staff Research Chemist and Research Manager at Shell Chemicals. At Shell he both conducted analytical research and managed various analytical departments. His research interests have included analytical applications of x-ray diffraction, electron diffraction (two database patents), and gas chromatography-mass spectrometry. Since his retirement, he has focused on long-range detectors and application of DNA sequencing to species identification, especially relict hominoid candidates. 

To purchase Dr. Hart's Book:  The Sasquatch Genome Project: A Failed DNA Study

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