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Dr. Johnson worked at several large particle accelerators, including Argonne National Laboratory and the ill-fated Super Conducting Super Collider which was killed by the US Congress in 1994. He has also been active in other fields such as atmospheric sciences and molecular beams. He left the world of physics to become an entrepreneur in telecommunications and high speed wireless data networking. He is now retired and writing in the Puget Sound region of the Pacific Northwest.
on July 18, 2012 :
A science fiction thriller which reminded me of "The Da Vinci Code". Well written, keeps your interest to the end. You need a good knowledge of physics to follow some of the conversations. I enjoyed reading it. The only niggle being words used out of context i.e.(steel/steal) on a couple of occasions.
(reviewed within a month of purchase)