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Friday, June 24, 2005

State of Fear: Michael Chrichton

I just finished up listening to this book, and it did keep me entertained. Don't think of it as a book, but instead a mediocre lecture with murders, near death experiences and journeys to exciting locations.

Conspiracy Level: 9/10
Enjoyment reading: 3/5
Recommended: 3/5


Jason

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  • Ooo, what sort of conspiracies?

    Michael Crichton - is he still worth reading or just listening to? The last Crichton book I read must have been Jurassic Park, but I know I listened to Airframe(?) and the one about modern-day people traveling back to the middle ages to save a professor. Or something. They made a movie out of it.

    By evt1618, at 10:06 AM  

  • My dad swore that PREY was a great novel, but I haven't had the time to try and read it yet.

    Sure it was worth listening to, it held my concentration level. Which is a very hard thing to do right now.

    -Jason

    By Jason, at 3:08 PM  

  • "NASA PRESENTS BREAKTHROUGH DISCOVERIES ON SEA LEVEL CHANGE

    For the first time, scientists have the tools and expertise to
    measure changes in global sea level and understand the mechanisms that
    contribute to those changes. Scientists from NASA, the National Oceanic
    and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) and other respected climate
    research institutions will address factors that lead to sea level
    change at a NASA Science Update on Thursday, July 7 at 1 p.m. EDT. "
    http://tinyurl.com/cye7z

    By Jason, at 9:49 AM  

  • NASA - Scientists Get a Real "Rise" Out of Breakthroughs in How We Understand Changes in Sea Level
    "For the first time, researchers have the tools and expertise to understand the rate at which sea level is changing and the mechanisms that drive that change. "
    http://www.nasa.gov/vision/earth/environment/sealevel_feature.html

    By Jason, at 12:33 PM  

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