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The Cuban Affair. Nelson DeMille. At that point he was a loose end that had to be tied up. There is actually a much better dramatization although copies are extremely rare called Spycatcher that was produced by Yorkshire Television in the UK as part of a series called Science Fiction.
If you can find a copy it is definitely worth the effort expended. I read this years ago and should read it again. At least I think it was from this book. Had to keep some kind of connection going? I suppose I should just get the book and find out for myself.
Something about being able to slip back in time and hear the very concert referenced in the book, without moving my butt from my couch, is totally surreal. This is indeed a fantastic book and a great read. I suggest reading the book first, and then watch the documentary film. I first read the book not long after it came out, and again several times since.
It is a great story and would make an excellent screenplay if brought up to date here and there. If anyone has this, please post for the edification of all. My non-tech 70 yr old mother loved this book. She even had Cliff sign it during a book tour in Los Alamos. This jogged a faint memory that he got into selling Klein bottles.. Some of the more entertaining parts of the book came from sort of culture shock from going between California colleges and the government intelligence agencies.
The CIA guards are not amused. Funny you should mention that: There is a lot of information in German about the other side of the story: One video with interviews of his friends can be found at https: He just had an early look behind the curtain and he found it justifiably frightening and decided to warn others. Of course no one listened, so see where we are today? My question is, Does having all those Klein bottles in his basement warp the fabric of space-time in his local? Just curious.
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First thing I though of upon seeing the title in my email was this https: I hope that Amazon allows downloads. Love the part about the flakies. I have a hardbound copy of SoaNM. I was working at DG at the time, and knew many of the participants. My group later worked under West. I first read the book, when it became available as an ordinary hard copy. Read hard backed book. And a library one. Then we dad and I saw the Nova show on it.
Suffice to say it is still an interesting book. And oddly enough most of the sites he notes that the pest found, were still active right around the beginning of the dial-up access to the Internet movement period. Picked this up a month ago for.
Glad I did because it is a very good book. I remember what happened to Koch and his friends. It was quite a big discussion over here in the days. The book and the documentary complement each other. Had a chance to email Cliff many years ago. Interesting conversation.
I used this one for a research paper in 12th grade As part of my sources, I also used an email interview I did with Cliff which my English teacher had no idea how to cite.
I wish I still had it, but alas, time and tides…. You should read? You are commenting using your WordPress. You are commenting using your Google account. You are commenting using your Twitter account.
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Learn more. Hackaday Prize Entry: Quite the leap. Report comment. And seriously, who sets themselves on fire? One of my favorite books. Always wished they would have a made a movie about it. You are correct, he was actually touching between the wires briefly with the keys.