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Joseph Goodavage

Joseph F. Goodavage (b. October 29, 1925 Philadelphia, d. April 14, 1989 Kansas City), was an American journalist, writer and astrologer, who interviewed Immanuel Velikovsky in 1970,[1] and also his critic, Carl Sagan in 1976.[2] He also featured Velikovsky's ideas in his 1966 book, Astrology: The Space-Age Science, and mentions him in his 1990 book, Write Your Own Horoscope‎.

C. Leroy Ellenberger recalls that:

"The October 1974 Analog was a "Special Velikovsky Issue" [..] The issue was also supposed to have an interview with Velikovsky by Joseph Goodavage. However, he missed Analog's deadline. It is this interview that should have been in Goodavage's latest book, Storm on the Sun (Signet, 1979)"[3]

References

  1. Joseph F. Goodavage, "Immanuel Velikovsky: Genius vs. The Scientific Mafia," SAGA, September, 1970, p. 93
  2. Joseph Goodavage, Analog: Science Fiction and Fact, August 1976, pp.92-101. Reprinted in Conversations with Carl Sagan edited by Tom Head, Published by Univ. Press of Mississippi, 2006, ISBN 1578067367, 167 pages (pp. 36)
  3. C. Leroy Ellenberger, "Heretics, Dogmatists and Science's Reception of New Ideas (Part 2)", Kronos Vol. V No. 4 (Summer 1980)

Selected bibliography

  • Joseph F. Goodavage, "Immanuel Velikovsky: Genius vs. The Scientific Mafia," SAGA, September, 1970, p. 93
  • Joseph Goodavage, Analog: Science Fiction and Fact, August 1976, pp.92-101. Reprinted in Conversations with Carl Sagan edited by Tom Head, Published by Univ. Press of Mississippi, 2006, ISBN 1578067367, 167 pages (pp. 36)

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