Title: Agricultural Studies Educator (Retired)
Company: Tromso College
Location: Tromso, Norway
Nils K. Oeijord, Retired Agricultural Studies Educator of Tromso College, has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Educators for dedication, achievements, and leadership in Agricultural Studies.
Mr. Oeijord is a science writer, retired plant production researcher, and retired mathematics educator best known for his theory on manmade mutagenic pollution explored in detail in his book, “The General Genetic Catastrophe.” His research has shown that beginning in the 1700’s, mutagenic pollution has increased the prevalence and incidence of gene damage, leading to a catastrophe in this day and age. Mr. Oeijord is the recipient of an Albert Nelson Marquis Lifetime Achievement Award, and was featured in six editions of Who’s Who in the World.
Mr. Oeijord was born in Mo I Rana, Norway, a country noted for its awareness of genetic issues and the home of the Svalbard Global Seed Vault and the Nordic Genetic Research Center. He studied with the Agricultural University of Norway to earn a Candidatus Magisterii in 1973, the equivalent of an American master’s degree. For three years, Mr. Oeijord worked as a researcher with an agriculture experimental station before teaching agriculture and economics in universities and high schools. From 1998 to 2000, he lectured mathematics with Tromso College.
In addition to “The General Genetic Catastrophe,” Mr. Oeijord is also the author of such books as “The Very Basics of Tensors,” “Derailed Evolution,” “Why Gould Was Wrong,” “A Dictionary of Genetic Damage,” and a book on complex numbers titled “Why Minus Times Minus is Plus.” With “Human Behavior: The New Synthesis” and “A Dictionary of Human Instincts,” Mr. Oeijord collaborated with the neurologist and mathematics professor Mitch C. Bronston. To find out more about Mr. Oeijord and his books, please visit www.ggcatastrophe.com
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