CIVIQ High IQ Society is open for only 1 in 750 of the unselected population ×
   

STATUS

Retired/Single/Never Married.

BIRTH

On 4th August 1944 at Keynsham, Somerset, England, U.K.

RESIDENCY

Arrived in Australia on the 7th October 1952. Resident Rockhampton, Queensland, Australia since the morning of Saturday 11th October 1952.

DEGREES INCLUDING HON. LETTERS

 

SFPE 1977

 

DPhE May 1978

 

F.I.B.A. 1985

  A.A.A.B.I. 1986
  MCC 1988
  PhD 1988 (from : World University Roundtable)
  Kt.MSS. 1989
  SRFP 1990
 

Honorary Doctor of Commercial Science (from : London Institute of Applied Research) 30th June 1990

  M.P. (from The International Parliament for Safety and Peace) 1991
 

Diplome de membre d'honneur from International Fine Arts Council pour La qualite' de en reconnaissance des services rendus au but de LAssociation (an intellectual association which honors painting, sculpture, and architecture founded in Paris in 1940 and incorperated under the State Laws of Education in New York, U.S.A., in 1950 ) 1991

 

Doctorate of International University, Institute of Management, Bombay, India 1991

  St. (from The International Academy of Philosophy in the U.S.A. 2009).
CURRENT HOBBIES
 

Astronomy [with a 21.5 inch F/3.54 newtonian telescope of his own construction]

  Computer Programing
  Optics
  Painting (Abstract art)
EMPLOYMENT INCLUDING HON. SERVICE
 

CIAE (1969 till 1983 when he was retired from full time service on health grounds)

  GOOD NEWS (1983-1986)
  ELTRAN (1985-1987)
  Computer Consultants (1987-1988)
 

POINT ONE Advisory Group, Inc. [ formerly Trinity Resources Inc.] (1988-1990)

PREVIOUS INTERNATIONAL MEMBERSHIPS HELD (Associations, Clubs and Societies)

  The Eugenics Society (1963-1964)
  The British Astronomical Association (1964-1969)
  The International Heuristic Association (1970-1974)
  The Triple Nine Society (1979-1990 & 1992-1995)
  The 606 Society (1981-1982)
  The Omega Society (1983-1991)
  The Prometheus Society (1984-1990)
  The International Biographical Association (1985-1990)
  Geniuses of Distinction Society (1986-1988)
  The American Biographical Institute Research Association (1986-1990)
  The Cincinnatus Society (1987-1990)
 

The 4 Sigma Group of Societies [ incorporating all groups having 4 Sigma plus cut off points ] (1988-1990)

  The Minerva Society [ Formerly the Phoenix Society] (1988-1990)
  The Confederation of Chivalry (1988-1990)
  The Planetary Society (1989-1990)
  Maison Internationale des Intellectuels [ M.I.D.I.] (1989-1990)
  TOPS HIQ Society (1989-1990)
  The Cleo Society (1990-1991)
  The Camelopard Society (1991-1992)
  The Hoeflin One-in-a-Thousand Society (1992-1993)
 

Deputy Member [ Senator ] of the Assembly of The International Parliament for Safety and Peace [ a politically and religiously neutral grouping of important people who wished only for peace and safety throughout the world which was registered under the Secretary General of the UNITED NATIONS, New York, U.S.A. ] (1991-1993)

 

The International Academy of Philosophy (charter member of IAP and LIAP sections; Wis-Ch.; Iinstitute; & Web (1996-1997).

 

The BWW Society (for those listed in reference works with Bibliotheque: World Wide (formerly Barons Who's Who)) the Society claiming a membership based on “the finest minds in the World'' (july 2001-may 2002 (whilst it was in the original e-membership format))

 

The Pi Society (also like the Mega Society for persons with 1 in one million I.Q. level (5th April 2001 – 2002)

 

INTERTEL [The International Legion of Intelligence] (June 1971-March 2010)

PREVIOUS NATIONAL MEMBERSHIPS HELD (Associations, Clubs and Societies)

  The Hundred (1972-1977)
  The New Zealand National Mensa (1980-1982)
  The Single Gourmet (1989-1991)

PREVIOUS STATE MEMBERSHIPS HELD (Associations, Clubs and Societies)

  The Astronomical Society of Queensland (1959-1965)
  The Astronomical Society of New South Wales (1962-1964)
  The Astronomical Society of Tasmania (1963-1964)
  The Astronomical Society of Victoria (1963-1965)
  The Morton Bay Astronomical Society (1965-1966)
  The Commodore Computer users group (1983-1984)
  M.E.Syndrome Society of Queensland Inc. (1992-1993 & 1994-1995)
  Bundy Skywatchers (1998-1999)

PREVIOUS LOCAL MEMBERSHIPS HELD (Associations, Clubs and Societies)

  The Rockhampton Astronomy Club (1957-1962)
  The Lions Rockhampton Chess Club (1962-1964)
  The Rockhampton Ballroom Dance Club (1975-1980)
  The Rockhampton Writers Club (1980-1984)
  Club 9 (1983-1984)
  Capricorn Friendship Club (1986-1989)
  New Friends Club (1991-1992)
  Allie Catz Social Club (1991-1992)
  Solo Parents Support Group (1991-1992)
  C.Q.M.E. Support Group (1991-1994)
 

Central Queensland Computer Users Society (Australian Computer Society in CQ) (1994-1995)

  Singles Social Group (1995)
  Rockhampton Computer Club Inc. (1994-june 1996)
  Capricorn Writers and Poets Group (1995-june 1996)
  Capricornia Astronomy Group (1994-june 1996)
  Central Queensland Astronomy Club (2000-2001)
  Rockhampton Leagues Club (1985-june 2001)
  Frenchville Sports Club Limited (1993-2001)
  Brothers Leagues Club Capricornia (1994-2002)
PREVIOUS MEMBERSHIPS OF PROFESSIONAL BODIES
  Australian Library Association (1972-1974)
  The Psychometric Society (1980-1982)
  Classification Society of North America (1981-1987)
  World University Roundtable (1988-1990)
 

International Test Commission (1986-1996) [ whose role and function was the maintenance of test standards world wide ]

HONORARY LIFE MEMBERSHIPS
 

[Registered with] London Institute of Applied Research in 1990

  [&] International Fine Arts Council in 1991

CURRENT MEMBERSHIPS HELD (Associations, Clubs and Societies)

 

International and Australian MENSA (since December 1966 [having become a life member of Australian Mensa in 1968])

 

The International Society for Philosophical Enquiry (since 1974)

 

The Mega Society [international] for persons with 1 in one million I.Q. level (since 1982)

POSITIONS HELD
 

Member of the HOLLINGWORTH COMMITTEE (1985-1992) funding research into the education of Gifted Children [whose Award by 1989 was considered THE AWARD of the industry]

 

Patron AXON UNIVERSITY with title of INTELLECT SUPERIOR (1987-2000)

 

POINT ONE ADVISORY GROUP, INC. [ formerly Trinity Resources Inc ]:
Advisory Board Member No.0015 with title of Research Associate (1988-1990)

 

An Honorary Founder and Sponsor of the OLYMPOETRY MOVEMENT FUND and a committee member of the Fund (1992-1994); which from 1992 consisted of some 31 persons and included Mother Teressa and Pope John Paul II

 

INTERNATIONAL BIOGRAPHICAL CENTRE:
Honorary Member IBC Advisory Council (1990-1991)

  AMERICAN BIOGRAPHICAL INSTITUTE RESEARCH ASSOCIATION:
Honorary member of RESEARCH BOARD of ADVISORS (1988-1990)
Member of Membership Committee (1989-1990)
Member of Awards Committee (1989-1990)
Member of Nominating Committee (1989-1990)
  INTERTEL:
The Director International Region of Intertel (1973-1975)
  INTERNATIONAL SOCIETY for PHILOSOPHICAL ENQUIRY:
Editor of Telicom (Dec. 1974- Jan. 1975)
Chairman of Awards Committee (1980-1982)
Chairman of Selection Committee (1980-1982)
Member board of Trustees (Nov. 1980- Jan. 1990)
Member Charter Revision Committee (1986-1988)
Member Psychometric Review Committee (1986-1988)
Member Publications Committee (1987-1989)
Member Whiting Memorial Fund Committee (1989-1990)
Member of the Steering Committee for the formation of the ISPE Research
Institute project (1994-1996)
  MEGA SOCIETY:
International Secretary (1982-1990)
Ombudsman (1984-1985)
Member Admissions Committee (1985-1990)
  OMEGA SOCIETY:
International Secretary (1984-1991)
  CINCINNATUS SOCIETY:
Chair of the Charter Committee (1988-1989)
  THE TRIPLE NINE SOCIETY:
Member of the Psychometrics Committee (1988-1990)
  AUSTRALIAN MENSA INCORPORATED:
Proctor for Central Queensland Area `B' tests (1990-1991)
Returning Officer (1990-1991)
  C.Q.M.E. Support Group.
President (1992-1993)
Member of the Management Committee (1992-1993)
Member of the Constitution Committee (1992-1993)
  SINGLES SOCIAL GROUP.
Editor of Newsletter (1995)
  THE INTERNATIONAL ACADEMY OF PHILOSOPHY.
Member of the Steering Committee (1996-1997)
Member Board of Directors (26th May 2009-2012).
AWARDS

 

1974-

Awarded life membership in INTERTEL for Services to that Society.

 

1978-

The Title of PHILOSOPHER was confered by the International Society for Philosophical Enquiry.

 

1986-

Received the KEY AWARD from the American Biographical Institute Research Association for work in Psychometrics.

 

1987-

Received Biography of the Year Award from Historical Preservations of America.

 

1987-

Received the International Cultural Diploma of Honor (number 64) from the American Biographical Association.

 

1987-

Received Certificate of Merit from the International Biographical Centre in the U.K.

 

1988-

Received The (1988-1989) Member of the Year Award from the Omega Society.

 

1989-

Received Certificate of Poetic Achievement from American Poetry Association and again in 1990.

 

1990-

Awarded International Biographical Centre medal (U.K.).

 

1991-

Received Commemorative Medal of Honor of the American Biographical Institute.

 

1991-

Awarded Medal by the Foundation Ethiopia Economia as the largest fund contributor for first quarter of 1991 to that foundation.

 

1992-

Received the Twenty Five Year Achievement Award of the American Biographical Institute.

 

1993-

Received the Decree of Merit from the International Biographical Centre in the U.K.

 

1993-

Received a `20th Century Achievement Award' from the American Biographical Institute receiving a second such award in 1995.

 

1995-

Received the A.B.I. Distinguished Leadership Award (for Outstanding Professional Performance) and again in 1996 (for Outstanding Contributions to Contemporary Society).

 

1997-

Certificate of Recognition `for General Achievements' from International Who Who's of Contemporary Achievement.

 

1998-

Certificate for special projects participation -from ISPE Special projects co-ordinor.

 

1998-

Outstanding Achievement Diploma in honour of an Outstanding Contribution to I.S.P.E.

 

1998-

Individual Achievement Award -from International Who's Who of Twentieth Century Achievement `For General Achievements'.

 

2000-

New Century Award from Barons Who's Who.

 

2001-

Presidential Award from Barons Who's Who.

 

2009-

Bestowed the Title of `Saint' ~Wrought of Knowledge and Benevolence~ by the Board of Directors of The International Academy of Philosophy:- which read: ~This Honoree has undoubted ability to create wide ranges of honesty peace and joy in himself and others. He brings his talents and abilities as the gift to others. Productivity is his power. He is not crippled with psychiatric illness defined in the DSM-IV. Instead this award is a saturation of unlimited respect for the person who glows with goodness and joy via his connection with honesty knowledge tolerance und the reality of the Universe~

 

2009

 

Bestowed the Title `World Philosopher' by the Board of Directors of The International Academy of Philosophy: ~This honoree has a depth and clarity of knowledge and benevolence that enlarges his studies to encompass creativity and innovation beyond epiphanies realized by others.~

DISTINCTIONS
 

1957-

A founding member of the Rockhampton Astronomy Club; [ in 1994 also having the distinction of being a founding member of the Capricornia Astronomy Group begun by R.W. Berry ].

 

1957-1962

Built several telescopes culminating in a ten inch f7.2 newtonian. [In 1994 returning to his old interests in optics and astronomy he completed a 16 inch f/11 telescope mirror – [ in 1996 embarking on an experimental 30.7 inch f/13.9 mirror from a disk of laminated glass] – completing a 21.5 inch F/3.54 newtonian telescope which he set up for his own use and that of his friends in 1998 – completing another experimental 24.4 inch f/9.13 mirror in 1999 from a single disk of polished plate glass only 0.75 of an inch thick only because he thought it might provide him with a degree of difficulty].

 

1962-

Named one of Astronomical Society of Queenslands most prolific observers work appearing both here and overseas.

 

1970-

Rated as the 2nd most creative member of International MENSA in a published listing by Professor I.J.Good when MENSA had 16,000 members [ these ideas were later included in a booklet by I.J.Good appearing on the 3rd October 1994 as `Partly-Baked Ideas 28 columns in the Mensa Journal and Bulletin' and covering the period 1967-1980 during which his ideas had appeared (which also included original ideas from other members of his immediate family and members of Mensa) ].

 

1974-

THE FOUNDER of the International Society for Philosophical Enquiry which received publicity in over 300 publications eg TIME, PARADE, and OMNI MAGAZINES, and The Wall Street Journal (the last two in which he himself received mention for his connection with other such groups) the Society receiving mention in some 25 plus International Reference Works [two by the US Government] being listed in such works as The Encyclopedia of Associations; World Almanac and book of facts; Ulrich's International Periodicals Directory; Bowker International Serials Database; and Yearbook of International Organizations, his role as Founder being detailed in the history of the Society in the best seller `THINKING ON THE EDGE' edited by Kapnick & Kelly published by Agamemnon Press Burbank California in 1993 [which was translated into Korean in 1995].

[ The Society began recording it's own regular weekly T.V. program series `Wisdom & Insight' in 1994 making it's first half-hour recording on Saturday March 26 at 1:30 p.m. at United Artist Studios in the U.S.A. ]

[ The Society also began it's own 24-hour I.S.P.E. electronic Bulletin Board System in May 1995 and by late 1995 had become an Internet Provider ].

[ TELICOM (the Journal of the Society) was given full International Status in july 1996 when the National Serials Data Program of the Library of Congress in Washington D.C. gave it the ISSN number of 1087-6456 giving it a permanent listing in the International Serials Data System Register (all back issues of the journal becomming available) for citing by scholars researchers & abstracters ].

Elected Mentors to the Society have included : Prof. Raymond Arthur Dart; Dr. Glenn Jay Doman; Dr. Robert L. Sadoff; Dr. Ralph Slovenko; Dr. Alan N. Sabrosky; and Dr. Paul R. Ehrlich while Honorary Members have included the world famous Astrophysicist Dr. Bernhard Haisch; Michael D. Benge; and Gustav Swab.

[ Telicom the journal of the Society has published article contributions from such luminaries as Dr. Edward Teller `the Father of the Hydrogen Bomb'].

 

1980-1991

Work in Psychometry had been made use of by a number of High IQ Societies.

 

1981-

Founder of The 606 Society a short lived group -many of whose members were to form the basis for the Mega Society which he was also later to join.

 

1982-

Joint Author with his brother Adrian Paul Harding of a Computer Program called LONDGOLD which proved able to predict (for many years) moves in the price of Gold as well as a wide range of other commodities and stock market indexes and currencies since then. Up to $500 million had ridden on its predictions at any one time, and one investor was willing to provide $100,000 worth of computer equipment for continued research in 1986.

 

1982-

Poetry published in ~A FIRST ANTHOLOGY~ and in 1988- ~2200 YEARS UNDER CAPRICORN~ both by members of the Rockhampton Writers Club.

 

1982-1988

LISTED in 7 editions of the GUINNESS BOOK OF WORLD RECORDS under Highest IQ for a personal performance in sitting an Intelligence Test and Featured in their 1985 edition, his signature being one of those published in the exclusive and unique 60 millionth copy of the [ 1989 ] edition auctioned for charity.

1984-

Sold Rental Rights to a modified version of his Harding Stress-Fair Compatibility Test (HSFCT) as the Career Suitability Profile (CSP) and writings on a unified field theory of Society to Management Strategies Inc. of New Jersey USA for the USA and Canada (as a management tool) – which by [ 1989 ] was used by the WORLD COURT OF LAST RESORT in a study of Death Row prisoner's; [ by 1991 being subject to a resolution at the Annual Meeting of the American Bar Association in Atlanta Georgia that it be further investigated and findings be made available to American lawyers and to ABA members – part of this resolution being that the test be used ~to help decide a prisoner's eligibility for sentencing, parole, and/or clemency~

(See also: August 2 1991 CONGRESSIONAL RECORD – Extensions of Remarks E 2857 E 2858)] -the original HSFCT finding its intended use as a measure of inter personal compatibility in [ 1989 ] through the Australian ~Butterfly Connection~. The original test was also used by Staff Strategies of North Perth Western Australia
from 1991 till 1994.

 

1984-

Joint Author of Computer Program HiQ-Solver which scored 160 IQ in the Eysenck numerical test and solved half the problems in the Super Brain test it was matched against and which was widely publicised at the time.

 

1985-

Appeared on the British TV program Record Breakers for his own personal I.Q. rating in an intelligence test.

 

1985-

Work in Psychometry listed with Educational Testing Service of Princeton New Jersey.

 

1985-

Received Mention in the book ~OMNI I.Q. Quiz Contest~ for contributions in the field of Psychometry.

 

1985-

Termed a ~Super Genius~ by the journalist Chris Pritchard (the term echoed by Kerry Terrebonne in the November 1992 (Issue 5) of the Journal `OATH' who went on to describe a striking similarity between him and that of Albert Einstein), and ~one of the greatest geniuses of our time~ by Dale Adams in TELICOM [ page 19 Vol IX No.8 for March 1988 ], and ~He is a distinguished Philosopher and researcher whose credits are almost overwhelming~ by John Duncan in The Journal of the Pacific Region of Intertel [Issue #2 1989] and as ~the legendary Dr. Christopher Harding~ in vol. iv, no. 7 of the July 1991 issue of the journal of CAMELOPARD Society [ reflecting the extent to which he was known at the time to the High I.Q. Community ], and ranked with Marilyn vos Savant, Anton Anderssen and Eric Hart as one of the world's `centa-megarians' by Kevin L. Schwartz in Noesis – The Journal of the Mega Society Number 75 November 1992, and described by Kevin Langdon on page 33 of Vidya the journal of the Triple Nine Society in its double issue #155/156 for August 1996 as `displays, insight, nonconformity and genius'. H.W.Grady had wrote on page 10 of the August 1982 issue of Integra Journal – The contribution of Chris Harding, Australian member, hit me like a great stone thrown into a quiet lake. Undoubtedly, Chris, as composer of the famous “Skyscraper'' IQ test and founder of the high IQ society associated with it is one of Intertel's most intellectually gifted members. Some of his reasoning on page 15 of the June 1982 Integra was, perhaps, a little over the heads of some of us, but, most important to me, he stated, “…time as an entity does not exist''. In the October 2002 issue of Telicom Rober McKnight wrote: “Nothing can jerk a Telicom reader's mind out of its habitual thought patterns as abruptly as a letter to the Editor from Chris. Harding. Telicom's July/August issue contained two of Dr. Harding's letters enough to prevent the return of my attention to its usual ruts for weeks. In his letter on page 21 Dr. Harding suggests that meta-logic might provide a method of proof of `free will AND determinism'. On page 23 be recommends a view whereby `General Relativity and Quantum Mechanics don't conflict' ……Seperately a new mathematics — one in which falsity would show itself in some other way — could be used for calculations in speculative cosmology and such ….. we could enjoy markedly greater freedom while fashioning our abstract theories. Somehow the idea still seems a little scary.'' His biography published in Noesis the Journal of the Mega Society 2004 Issue 169 [pages 49-60] being described by it's then editor Ron Yannone as ~Absolutely staggering~ and on page 3 as ~…will motivate readers of any age !~. In the Biographical writings of Professor Allan Skertchly he receives the mention: ~Later, in Australia, I was fortunate to come into contact with and employ one of the then three most intelligent people in the world, Chris Harding. This trio all had I.Q.'s over 200, well off the Stanford/Binet scale!.~

 

1985-1987

Appeared in Washington Post and in a number of International Papers. 

 

1987-

Poetry published in OF PENCHANTS AND PASSIONS TERRORS AND TEARS in an anthology by Members of the I.S.P.E. which volumn was dedicated to him by its private publisher.

 

1988-

Works accepted for listing on the Australian and the International Ideas Registry.

 

1988-

Initiator of the Whiting Memorial Fund Award in order to honor the memory of the late Steve Whiting [ Recipients of this Award have included writer lecturer and former actress/TV-radio personality and founding President of ART (American Renaissance for the Twenty-first Century) Alexandra York -1997].

 

1988-

Entrant into the Order of St.John the Baptist of America and in the same year to rank of Chevalier of the Order of Knighthood of the Ordre Souverain et Militaire de la Milice du Saint Sepulcre through Confederation of Chivalry.

 

1989-

Poetry and biography were accepted for inclusion in the 1989 edition of American Poetry Anthology and again in their 1990 edition.

 

1990-

Elected to the Rank of a `Senior Research Fellow' of the I.S.P.E. ~in recognition of repeated and consistently superior achievements, creativity, and service through several years~.

 

1990-

Received a personal invitation from Dr. Meredith Smaw to make an information deposit to the Z. Smith Reynolds Library Winston-Salem NC to the O. Meredith Smaw collection.

 

1990-

A Founding member of the Cleo Society.

 

1991-

Bestowed the title of BARON of the Royal Order of the Bohemian Crown. (Registered Number R 581 ZS).

 

1991-

Bestowed the title of Commander Knight of the Lofsensic Ursinius Order [a prestigious institute dating to the 7th century] which was also obtained by invitation through the International Parliament for Safety and Peace.

 

1993-

Co-authored ~The Ultimate IQ Book~ (a book of puzzles and tests) [with Marcel Fenstra of the Netherlands and Philip Carter of the U.K.] published by Cassell in August (at which time the rights to the title in English (throughout the sub-continent of India) were sold by the publisher to `Competition Success Review' of New Delhi ) their second book [ ~The Ultimate IQ Challenge~ ] being published the following year by the same publisher.

 

1993-

Attained Il Rango e Le Insegne Di (Count) Conto – Count of San Ciriaco Italy of the Ordine Di S. Ciriaco ( e registrato sotto il numero 111/i ) – also receiving the medal of the order.

 

1993-

Invited by the International Test Commission to display his test products at the exhibit area in St. Hugh's College At Oxford University in the UK in June.

 

1993-

Awarded title of ~Vice-King~ of Olympoetry (which bestowed upon 6 other members of the Olympoetry movement) his character gaining favourable mention in the book ~Collected Victor Ourin~ by this internationally recognised poet (page 182 vol.6 1993.)

 

1996-

FOUNDER [with Dr. Rich Kapnick] of The International Academy of Philosophy which maintains the Library of the Academy, the Hi-Phi Television Channel and the IAP Web Site.

 

1997-

A contributor to the `Genius Mind Building Show' series of Jerry D. Fitz (of San Juan Puerto Rico who was then the President of Mensa de Puerto Rico and the US Virginia Islands) which he had made available gratis to radio stations around the globe.

 

2004-

Currently well over 400 original ideas published.

CURRENT LINES OF INTEREST/PREOCCUPATION
 

Derivation of Laws of the Universe [believing he has found their scientific origin]

  Consciousness in Computers
  Natural Mechanisms of Society
  The Nature of Abstraction; & the creative process
  Personal Health & persuit of Material Wealth !.

REFERENCE WORKS:- His Work in Psychometry has been included in:

 

BUROS' MENTAL MEASUREMENTS YEARBOOK [ U.S.A. publisher ] (8th edition 1978, and in their 9th edition 1985).

  TEST CRITIQUES [ U.S.A. publisher ] (Vol.IV 1985).
 

TESTS IN PRINT of the University of Nebraska-Lincoln; (3rd edition 1983; 4th edition 1994; and in their 5th edition 1999).

 

TESTS of the Test Corporation of America (1st edition 1983, and 1984).

 

TESTS SUPPLEMENT (1984) of the Test Corporation of America.

  TESTS (2nd edition 1987) of Test Corporation of America.
 

TESTS; A Comprehensive Reference for Assessments in Psychology, Education, and Business (3rd edition 1991) [PRO-ED] of the Test Corporation of America and again in their 4th edition.

BIOGRAPHICAL REFERENCES:- His Biography has been included in:

 

500 GREAT MINDS of the early 21st Century [ U.S.A. ]

published in 2002 (which also contained the biographies of His Holiness Pope John Paul II and His Holiness the Dalai Lama of Tibet).

 

2,000 OUTSTANDING PEOPLE OF THE 20TH CENTURY [U.K.]

published in 1998 including that publications Honours list section.

 

5,000 PERSONALITIES OF THE WORLD [U.S.A. publisher]

2nd edition 1990 which has been ~…critically acclaimed as one of the leading authorities on biographical reference …~; 3rd edition 1992; 4th edition 1994; and in their 5th edition 1996 (in which he became an inductee into that publications Hall of Fame in December 1995).

  AMERICAN POETRY ANTHOLOGY

1989 edition (Vol.9 no.1.) and in their 1990 edition (Vol.10 no.1.).

  BIOGRAPHY INTERNATIONAL [Indian publisher] 

Vol.II 1988 and in their Vol.III 1991; (men & women of achievement & distinction) which is described as:- ~aimed to capture and preserve knowledge about people who have a touch of genius or who have scaled the heights against odds to achieve excellence~.

  BIOGRAPHY OF THE YEAR [U.S.A. publisher]

(First Presidential Edition – 1989) described as:- ~one thousand men and women who are among the most outstanding achievers of the last two decades~.

 

DICTIONARY OF INTERNATIONAL BIOGRAPHY [U.K. publisher]

(including this publications honours list ( and subsequent editions ) for which his citation read: ~An Outstanding Contribution to Psychometrics~) – 20th edition 1987; 21st edition 1990/91; 22nd edition 1993/94; 23rd edition 1995; 24th edition 1996; 25th edition 1997 (which contained the biography of William Jefferson [Bill] Clinton the then President of the U.S.A. & also that of Hilary Rodham Clinton the First Lady) and in their 26th edition 1998.

 

FIVE HUNDRED LEADERS OF INFLUENCE [U.S.A. publisher]

1st edition (25th anniversary observance (1967-1992)); 2nd edition 1994 [A Celebration of Global Achievements] an edition that contained the Biography of Paul John Keating the Prime Minister of Australia; and later in their 5th edition 1997 & 6th edition.

 

INTERNATIONAL BIOGRAPHICAL ASSOCIATION DIRECTORY [U.K. publisher]

1987 edition; and in their 1989/90 edition.

 

INTERNATIONAL AUTHORS AND WRITERS WHO'S WHO [U.K. publisher]

12th edition 1991/92; 13th edition 1993/94; 14th edition 1995/96.

 

INTERNATIONAL BOOK OF HONOR [U.S.A. publisher]

(described as `the crown volume of its biographical reference titles') 2nd world edition 1988; and in their 3rd edition 1991.

 

INTERNATIONAL DIRECTORY OF DISTINGUISHED LEADERSHIP [U.S.A. publisher]

1st edition 1986; 2nd edition 1989; 3rd edition 1991; 4th edition 1993; 5th edition 1995; and in their 6th edition 1997.

 

INTERNATIONAL LEADERS IN ACHIEVEMENT [U.K. publisher]

1st edition 1988; and in their 2nd edition 1991.

 

INTERNATIONAL REGISTER OF PROFILES [U.K. publisher]

9th edition 1987 and in their 10th edition 1990.

 

INTERNATIONAL WHO'S WHO OF CONTEMPORARY ACHIEVEMENT [U.S.A. publisher]

3rd edition 1995; 4th edition 1997 [for which he had the 4th longest entry of
their biographies.].

 

INTERNATIONAL WHO'S WHO OF INTELLECTUALS [U.K. publisher]

7th edition 1987; 8th edition 1990; 9th edition 1992; and in their 10th commemorative edition 1993/94.

 

INTERNATIONAL WHO'S WHO OF TWENTIETH CENTURY ACHIEVEMENT [U.S.A. publisher ]

1998-1999 edition [for which he had the 3rd longest entry of the standard biographies.].

 

MEN & WOMEN of DISTINCTION [U.K. publisher]

(A Fully Illustrated Record of Notable Achievement) 4th world edition 1992/93.

 

MEN OF ACHIEVEMENT [U.K. publisher]

(which describes itself as ~A Guide to the World's Influential Men~) 11th edition 1986; 12th edition 1988; 13th edition 1989; 14th edition 1990/91; 15th edition 1993/94 an edition that contained the Biography of George Herbert Walker Bush the President of the United States; 16th edition 1995; and in their 17th edition 1997.

 

MENSA AUSTRALIAN REGISTER (Mensa Profiles section) [Australian publisher]

Vol. VII 1993.

 

OUTSTANDING PEOPLE OF THE 20th CENTURY [U.K.]

published in 1999.

 

THE FIRST FIVE HUNDRED [U.K. publisher]

2nd Edition 1991.

 

THE GLOBAL 500 (Leaders for the New Century) [U.S.A. publisher]

The Millennium Edition 2001 which contained the Biography of Bill Gates the then richest man in the world & a forward by Sir Arthur C. Clark CBE in which he pointed out that only 1 in 12 million of the World population appeared.

 

WHO'S WHO IN AUSTRALASIA AND THE FAR EAST [U.K. publisher]

1st edition 1989; and in their 2nd edition 1991/92 editions that contained the Biography of Kerry Francis Bullmore Packer Australia's richest man.

 

WHO'S WHO IN AUSTRALASIA AND THE PACIFIC NATIONS [U.K. publisher]

3rd edition 1997.

   

 

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