The Five: The Law of Unintended Consequences

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Attach electrodes to the fingers of five six month old babies. Then creating new neural networks and programming the brains of these children to process data at an extremely fast rate. Neuraldine is the corporation conducting this experiment to aid those with learning disabilities, one of which is handicapped with Downs Syndrome, (Number One). Nobody knew because there was no way to know that Number One was a savant. An undetectable rarity with Downs Syndromes children. The Children numbered one through five, ...
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Overview

Attach electrodes to the fingers of five six month old babies. Then creating new neural networks and programming the brains of these children to process data at an extremely fast rate. Neuraldine is the corporation conducting this experiment to aid those with learning disabilities, one of which is handicapped with Downs Syndrome, (Number One). Nobody knew because there was no way to know that Number One was a savant. An undetectable rarity with Downs Syndromes children. The Children numbered one through five, absorbed the data being fed to them at an amazing rate. As the children grew older, they became data addicted. Soon the Neuraldine Corp. could not obtain and feed the data at a rate required by the children and they rebelled. This story is enriched with Physics (String Theory) Neural Networks, Nuclear destruction, Electro Magnetic Pulse attacks as well as a worldwide plague.
Number One is In-Charge
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781442126411
  • Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
  • Publication date: 4/30/2009
  • Pages: 318
  • Product dimensions: 5.50 (w) x 8.50 (h) x 0.71 (d)

Meet the Author

Thomas Roberts has a vast and varied career background. He is a Vietnam Veteran and is retired from law enforcement where he was a homicide detective. After he retired, a large international Industrial Chemical Corporation hired Tom. He has owned several businesses including a manufacturing business that designed and built industrial wastewater treatments systems.
Tom is currently semi-retired in Tucson, Arizona where he lives with his wife, Sandy on their modest ten-acre estate. He considers writing fiction novels his last and most rewarding career.
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