Greetings, my name is Bruce Beach and I am adding this page so that anyone desiring to do so may get to know me more personally. I am the coordinator, founder and initial vision holder of the World Language Process and of Ark Two. I am a former professor of computer science and have been a student of the world language problem for over forty years.
I now live in a little village of 200 people, called Horning's Mills, that is about 90 miles northwest of Toronto, Ontario, Canada. My wife was born in this village (and her mother also, in the 1800s). We have many relations that live in the village and I have a son and daughter and grandchildren nearby.
I was born in Winfield, Kansas and raised mostly in Wellington, Kansas where a number of my offspring (children, grandchildren, and great grandchildren) still live. I moved to Canada in 1970 to teach in the Northern College System (in Sault Ste. Marie, Kirkland Lake and Kapuskasing) after having previously taught in black colleges in the U.S. (Morgan State in Baltimore, Maryland and Jarvis Christian College in Hawkins, Texas).
Years ago I spent a year in the Arctic as a control tower operator, courtesy of the U.S. Air Force. I have made a couple of trips to China and have travelled somewhat extensively in South America and more recently to Europe. I have a total of over 20 descendants (children, grandchildren, and great grandchildren), several of which live in Taiwan and the rest in the U.S. and Canada. Below is a picture of myself with some of my grandchildren.
Others think me somewhat notorious as a survivalist but I consider myself as being a Reconstructionist. I have, however, built two dozen shelters for myself and others, and I have consulted on many dozens more.
This should be about enough to bore you about any one person. I lead a very active life working fourteen to sixteen hours a day. A stroke some years ago blinded me in one eye but I have since reprogrammed myself to type on a Dvorak keyboard. I have loving children who look after me and a wife that everyone, including myself, says is a saint. I am truly a happy and joyful person, a claim that I wish that more people could make in this technologically illustrious and spiritually dark age.
I can be reached personally at:
My hope, of course, is that we can find a mutual interest in furthering the
which you can click on and link to if you have come to this page by a different path.
Peace and love,
Bruce M. Beach