Jim Green

Profile Updated: September 7, 2017
Jim Green
Residing In Wichita, KS USA
Spouse/Partner Presently single
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Occupation Systems and Software
Children Dyan Green, b. 1981, with Susan Hull Green, married at WSU in 1975.
Susan eventually got a degree More…in accounting at WSU.
Yes! Attending Reunion

MSEE 1977, WSU, Dept of Electrical Engineering.
Physics and Mathematics grad, KU 1974.
Hardware and software designer in the industrial world.
Served both civilian graphics arts industry and military sectors.
Recently concentrating on Life Extension and Anti-Aging medicine themes.
Also interested in business, business trends, and financial management.

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Jim Green posted a message.
Jul 24, 2018 at 9:52 PM

Below is my 68th birthday photo, just about the time I started to experiment with
milk thistle extract instead of astragalus to lower prices. However, I could not get
milk thistle extract to hold my age, and began to look older, while astragalus at the
maximum dose (33 grams/day) could seem to de-age me at -5 years/year when applied
for just half of a month at a time. I had to rub astragalus extract into my scalp to eventually
get my hair color right from the roots out after about a year. Only Life Extension skin-restoring phytoceramides could compete with astragalus for rapid cosmetic de-aging.
Working against heart problems, I avoid saturated fat from meats with sugars,
and take fish, pomegranate juice, and pineapple to produce less atherosclerotic plaque.
In addition, I get more vitamin K2 from pills to avoid vascular calcification.
Milk I get to avoid osteoporosis, and I get vitamin B12 at 1-6 mg/day with fish DHA to
avoid Alzheimer's. There has been a run on vitamin A (retinol) these days,
a generally tissue-regenerative drug, but I get it when I can from pills or from
cod, pollack, and haddock.
Best Wishes for Long Life and Good Health.
I would be interested in reading your CV or resume
anytime. I wonder what you've gone through in Army
service. I was with the cannon at Fort Sill just before
Desert Storm, where I read Glasstone and Dolan on
the effects of nuclear weapons. Later, I published another
book on the topic which derived the Glasstone and Dolan
power law formulae for the fireball and the blastwave.
Never seriously investigated bomb architectures, however,
except for conventional weapons used in WW I, WW II,
ect. I never believed I could get away with publishing such
a thing, because of Beware of Brats with H-bombs problems.
I think perhaps they recently removed an H-bomb from the
engineering building, I mean, Wallace Hall at WSU. It had some
connection with the theft of hypersonic troop transport planes
from WSU by foreign students.

It's Jim Green's birthday today.
May 13, 2018 at 4:33 AM
Jim Green posted a message. New comment added.
Jan 03, 2018 at 2:56 PM

Posted on: Jan 03, 2018 at 2:48 PM

Happy Birthday and a Happy New Year, Warren.
I can see you just as you were in 1967. I wonder what
has become of you, and what you look like these days.
I see you live in suburb of San Francisco that was built
after the early 20th century San Francisco earthquake.
I hope you can enjoy the view of the San Francisco Golden Gate Bridge.
I hope you are secure enough against earthquakes.
According to Wikipedia, you are 11 % Hispanic there.
I wonder if you speak Spanish well in El Cerrito,
which suggests everyone is must read as El Sir Writos.
You will be 68 years on your birthday, as I am.
Below is my own 68th Birthday photo, taken May 13, 2017.
For my longevity notes, see
http://www.greenray4ever.com/longevity.html .
My rent went up, so I'm looking a little worse
at this time, and I need to tighten my belt and
get my medicine together anyway. I still work
out with weights and am careful to eat for
longevity and no heart attacks.
Best Wishes,
Jim Green

Jim Green has left an In Memory comment for Thomas Good.
Jul 24, 2017 at 8:33 PM

I knew Tom Good and Chris Grove since junior high school at John Marshall Junior High

where I probably made their acquaintance in 7th grade. They were both in my art class there

with Mr. Kinney as the teacher. Chris Grove was a poet and an artist who published a little book, 

as I recall, full of poems and art, some of it perhaps from Tom Good.  Tom was in Thespians at 

North High, and so was I. Sometimes Mike Hansen, Tom Good, Chris Grove and I would drag

Douglas together for entertainment before stopping at Bayouth's Grocery on Douglas for pastries. 

Tom played Richard Rich in "A Man For All Seasons", the 1967 North High senior play 

directed by Andy Brown. I played Norfolk. The 1967 Tower Year Book page for the play is at 

http://www.greenray4ever.com/NorthReunion/thesbians2.html and shown below:

See http://www.google.com/search?hl=en&q=A+Man+for+All+Seasons , 

http://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=A+Man+for+All+Seasons .

Jim Green posted a message.
Jun 05, 2017 at 4:49 PM

I remember Richard Weir from grade school. We were both students at
Fairmount Grade School just west of Hillside and a few blocks north of 13th street.
It had a fabulous view of the grain elevators to the west from the huge home room
hall on the 2nd floor, which occaisionally ran entertaining science movies like
The Strange Case of the Cosmic Rays, in addition to movies about American History
and nature studies.

Jim Green posted a message. New comment added.
Jun 30, 2017 at 3:09 PM

Posted on: Jun 05, 2017 at 4:33 PM

I've known Mark Harvey since I was a student at John Marshall Junior High School,
back when we both lived near 21st Street and Amidon, where Atlantic Mills
used to be. Mark went out for track and field, while I went in for theater and
Thesbians, which was really sociable and quite a bit of fun. Rich Fagg and
Darwin Corwin invited me, and so I got to be introduced to the theater crowd
and passed the audition for roles in a number of North High plays. The photo of
me is from my 68th birthday, May 13, 1949. I took Life Extension skin-restoring
phytoceramides for a couple of months before taking the picture. I causes the
skin to be sealed with ceramides between skin cells that have arisen from
deeper layers of skin, so that hydration and skin elaticity improve. It has been
responsible for a number of remarkable old lady rejuvenations.

Jim Green posted a message.
Jun 05, 2017 at 4:20 PM

Jane has been in town, although I have not seen her for a few years.
I think the last time I bumped into Jane, she was talking with Darwin Corwin
in a Fu Manchu mustache at the Wichita Art Museum. The picture shown
below is my 68th birthday photo, taken on May 13, 2017. For two months
before taking the photo I took Life Extension skin-restoring phytoceramides,
which often helps us develop a youthful look.

Jim Green posted a message.
May 21, 2017 at 4:09 PM

I met Darwin Corrin in a Fu Manchu mustache about a year ago, perhaps,
at the Wichita Art Museum by the River near the old zoo. He seemed
talkative and sociable, as before. I have him and Rich Fagg to thank for
inviting me to join Thesbians to participate in North High plays.
Below I have included a recent Internet cell phone photo of myself
taken on my 68th birthday, May 13, 2017. I tried out
Life Extension Skin-Restoring Phytoceramides with Lipowheat
for a couple of months before I took the picture.

It's Jim Green's birthday today.
May 13, 2017 at 4:33 AM
Jim Green has left an In Memory comment for William (Bill) Taggart.
Apr 01, 2017 at 4:33 PM

Above: Bill Taggart as a gymnast on the Rings.

I once attempted a planch on the rings with Bill Taggart as a witness, but I couldn't hold it for long.

The planch looks about the same as Bill does above, but your whole body must be above the rings or even with them.

I went out for gymnastics one year myself, but I worried too much about sprains from dislocates

and dangerous dismounts. On the other hand, Bill Taggart really made the team.

 Left: A planch on the rings. See Rings Moves.


Jim Green has left an In Memory comment for Otis Carr.
Mar 31, 2017 at 8:33 PM

 Video from Dinny and the Witches.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dinny_and_the_Witches .

Otis Carr appeared in Dinny and the Witches, which was directed by Andy Brown, in which

I appeared, along with other members of the North High Thesbians group. I played Stonehenge,

the banker/comptroller of all the funds in the world...the Devil. Coincidentally,

I lived at the end of a circular court bounded by a number of stones. - Jim Green, March 31, 2017

Jim Green has left an In Memory comment for Michael Hanson.
Mar 31, 2017 at 4:33 PM

Mike Hanson, Tom Good, Chris Grove, and I used to drag Douglas together.

After reaching the West side of our narrow orbit down Douglas we would stop 

off at Bay Youth's Grocery Store for a food orgy and pick up frosted rolls or pastrys 

of some type. Mike loved to tell jokes, and I even remember a couple of them, 

but they are probably too ribald to appear here. 

For instance, a boy wanders into the restroom in his father's house and discovers his

Dad putting on a rubber. The kid asks: "What are you putting one of those on for, Dad?"

The father sez: "Well son, I'm going to catch a mouse, that's what I'm going to do....

I'm going to catch a mouse." The kid sez: "You gonna f...k him, Dad?"




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