Carl F. Krafft
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|Carl F. Krafft|
|Born||2 March 1892|
|Died||July 1969 (77)|
|Affiliations||Borderland Sciences (BSRA)|
Carl Frederick Krafft (March 2, 1892 - July 1969) was an American patent examiner and physics researcher, noted in some quarters for his study of etheric physics and his proposal of spirazines.
- Krafft, Carl F. (1927), Spiral Molecular Structures the Basis of Life, Washington, D.C.
- Krafft, Carl F. (1930), Spirazines: a Type of Chemical Structure Bearing Upon the Constitution of Proteins And the Cause of Life, Washington, D.C.
- Krafft, Carl F. (1931), Can Science Explain Life?, Lancaster, Pa.: The Science Press Printing Co.
- Krafft, Carl F. (1933), The Mechanistic Autonomy of Nature, Washington, D.C.: C.F. Krafft
- Krafft, Carl F. (1938), The Chemical Organization of Living Matter, Washington, D.C.
- Krafft, Carl F. (1945), Ether and Matter, Richmond, Virginia: Dietz Printing Co.
- Krafft, Carl F. (1955), The Ether and Its Vortices, Virginia: The Author
- Krafft, Carl F. (1956), Glimpses of the Unseen World, San Diego: Borderland Sciences Research Associates
- Allen, W. Gordon; Krafft, Carl F. (1959), Space-Craft from Beyond Three Dimensions, New York: Exposition Press Inc., http://amzn.to/2zniBfH
- Krafft, Carl F. (1960), The Structure of the Atom, Annandale, Virginia: C.F. Krafft