Raymund Eich (Author)
Raymund Eich has written patent
applications, herded cattle, delivered pizzas, researched reactions between
nitric oxide and myoglobin, won a national championship in a collegiate quiz
bowl competition, built furniture, changed oil, smoked a brisket, written code,
circled the world, read widely, thought deeply, and affirmed Robert Heinlein's
dictum that specialization is for insects. He lives with his wife and son about
thirty miles from Johnson Space Center.