Judge John McClellan Marshall
Decision-Making and Physics Engineering
Senior Judge, Fourteenth Judicial District of Texas. Elected Member of the International Academy of Astronautics, co-author of a history of the Apollo Program B.A., History, J.D., SMU, member Mexican Academy of International Law.
A space pioneer who worked on the Apollo program and a Judge, coined the term cyber-ethics when faced with cases in his court. He will talk about how the process of assembly and launch of the Apollo/Saturn V space vehicle at the Kennedy Space Center did not originate in the United States and conceptually dates back to the Fritz Lang movie Die Frau im Mond. Science fiction became science fact.