Guthrie Miller

Guthrie Miller

Present or Most Recent Position: Los Alamos National Laboratory (left in 2006)

Fields: Physics

Degrees and Schools: B.S. Physics, California Institute of Technology 1964; PhD Physics, Stanford University, 1970.

Statement on 9/11: "Several years after 9/11 a friend asked me what I thought about the collapse of the buildings, and I repeated the official story I had heard on NPR. Then he informed me about the massive steel columns. The next several days were deeply disturbing as I researched the facts. Shedding the light of truth on the events of 9/11 is now for me the most important area for my political activism. I no longer listen to NPR. "

Additional Information: "Guthrie Miller received a B.S. degree in Physics from the California Institute of Technology, was a graduate student in Physics at Princeton University, and completed his PhD in experimental high energy particle physics at the Stanford Linear Accelerator Center. His thesis experiment on deep inelastic electron scattering was part of the body of work awarded the Noble Prize in 1990 (Friedman, Kendall, Taylor, experimental evidence for Quark). He has worked in the fields of experimental magnetic-fusion-energy research and health physics at Los Alamos National laboratory."

Papers:

Papers at Los Alamos Center for Bayesian Methods

Book:

Probabilistic Interpretation of Data--A Physicist's Approach, by Guthrie Miller