Jonathan Malay The Sea & Sky Science Guy
Books: War In Our Wake, Seraphim Sky, and Partly to Mostly Funny
Science Lectures at Sea
This is my personal narrative of the (until now) untold story of the very last American military presence at the bitter end of the Vietnam War.
This first novel, published in 2003, is a cosmic story of space, intrigue, and the very nature of the human soul. It is being re-written and will be re-released at some later date TBD.
The Ultimate Weather Joke Book published by the American Meteorological Society
I retired from a 20 career as a Navy ship-driver, oceanographer, meteorologist, and specialist in space systems, and then had a second great career in the aerospace industry representing my company at NASA and NOAA Headquarters in Washington, DC.
I'm now happy to be an author, cruise ship lecturer in Earth and Space Science, and a consultant for government business. My wife and I live in Mill Creek, Washington and enjoy boating and fishing on Puget Sound.
I'm also very proud to be a Fellow and Past-president of both the American Meteorological Society (AMS) (www.ametsoc.org) and the American Astronautical Society (AAS) (www.astronautical.org), and an Associate Fellow and former Board member of the American Institute for Aeronautics & Astronautics (AIAA) (www.aiaa.org).
War In Our Wake, Seraphim Sky, and Partly to Mostly Funny: The Ultimate Weather Joke Book are all available for sale at www.amazon.com
If you like them, please feel free to write and post a review. And please tell your family and friends about them, including posting to social media.
If you're a friend, Navy veteran, or especially a BENJAMIN STODDERT sailor, and you would like to purchase a signed and personalized copy of War In Our Wake directly from me, please send $20 (includes S&H) to me at
1407 141ST CT SE, MILL CREEK, WA 98012
or write to me at firstname.lastname@example.org
I hope to see you out on the deep blue sea, sailing on some of the world's premier cruise lines. If you've heard me speak, or even if you haven't, please write to me at email@example.com and I'll email back with a list of great science web sites for you to explore on your own, or to share with your kids or grand kids.
We live on a beautiful, and increasingly fragile, planet in a spectacular universe. Let's understand and appreciate how lucky we are - and take care of our home.