Michael RIORDAN Lillian HODDESON Adrienne W. KOLE TUNNELVISIONS The Rise and Fall of the Superconducting Super Collider Tunnel Visions Tunnel Visions The Rise and Fall of the. Front Cover.
Author: Michael Riordan
Publisher: University of Chicago Press
In October 1993 the US Congress terminated the Superconducting Super Collider at the time the largest basic-science project ever attempted, with a total cost estimated to exceed $10 billion. Its termination was a watershed event a pivot point not only in the history of physics but also for science in general. "Tunnel Visions" follows the evolution of the endeavor from its origins in the Reagan Administration s military buildup of the early 1980s to its post-Cold War demise a decade later. The failure of the SSC raises the question of whether Big Science has become too big and expensive; can scientists and their government backers effectively manage such enormous undertakings? The case of the Super Collider offers important lessons about the conditions required to build and sustain a large scientific laboratory, and the rise and fall of the SSC also serves as a cautionary tale about the long-term viability of a research community that comes to depend as much as did US high-energy physics upon a single experimental facility of such an unprecedented scale. Riordan, Hoddeson, and Kolb have written the definitive history of the SSC. "
As we go through our lives there are many sights we will see and remember from our travels, but the subways of New York City are the only place that can offer the, “Tunnel Visions.” The Subway Ain't nobody doing it, people need to do it ...
Author: W.K. Brown
For an African-American, the police department seemed to be an enemy; something to be feared not embraced. Brown's decision to join the ranks of New York's finest would be one of the toughest decisions he would ever have to make, a decision he would have to live with for the rest of his life. Tunnel Vision is an experience filled with excitement, chills and the unexpected. A journey on the subway of New York thru the eyes of a retired NYC Transit Police Officer. Never again will the everyday routine of commuting on the underground rails be taken for granted. The visions seen and now revealed will make even the most hardened veteran traveler of the subway look at the concrete and cold steel in a different manner. The visions that will be shared can only be seen in the underground beast that is the subway of New York. Come see if: "You got tunnel vision or what!"
As he began to dress Omar's injury, he said, “Have your visions become more focused? More vivid?” Omar had not told anyone ... “Give it to me straight.” “As you've seen —” Eldrick indicated the pulsating wheel attached -30- TUNNEL VISION.
Author: Brandon Terrell
Category: Juvenile Fiction
As the Revolution team secures more of the Artifacts their powers are increasing, and one dangerous vision leads Omar to Hawaii and a confrontation with his former best friend Tommy and the Collective--will the other members of the team rescue him in time?
A small child is standing a little way from its mother , looking curiously into the tunnel . ... next to him is an improvised sign , black marker pen on corrugated cardboard torn from a box which used to contain Walker's 105 TUNNEL VISIONS.
Author: Christopher Ross
Publisher: Trafalgar Square
Category: Biography & Autobiography
Christopherr Ross, philosopher and traveller, decided to cease his journeyings and go underground, quite literally. Seeking an antidote to incurable restlessness he chose to work for a year as a Station Assistant on Platform 6 (northbound Victoria Line) at Oxford Circus Station. After Training School, where he is taught how not to electrocute himself and always to look in the eye a member of the public as they are assaulting you, he faces up to his new duties with a mixture of curiosity and foreboding. What, exactly, will he find deep under the surface of London?
Author: Great Britain: Parliament: House of Lords: European Union CommitteePublish On: 2011-12-08
Apart from the governance structure of the Channel Tunnel , there are a number of other potential barriers to growth . ... figures 123 QQ 339–340 and Eurotunnel 124 QQ 336–338 and Eurotunnel 125 QQ 290-291 126 Q 28 TUNNEL VISION ?
Author: Great Britain: Parliament: House of Lords: European Union Committee
Publisher: The Stationery Office
Category: Business & Economics
The Channel Tunnel's full potential is yet to be unlocked. Focusing particularly on the Channel Tunnel's role in connecting the passenger and freight rail network in Europe, the Committee's seven-month long inquiry has heard from a variety of rail experts including the Chief Executive of Eurostar, representatives from Eurotunnel and Deutsche Bahn and Transport Minister Theresa Villiers MP. The key recommendations from the committee are: i) the EU should ensure the full implementation of the Railway Packages in all Member States, to ensure fair access for all; ii) the terms of the Treaty of Canterbury (the agreement that allowed the Channel Tunnel's construction) should be reviewed, in order to move towards direct governance of the Tunnel by the UK and French national regulators; iii) safety standards used across the EU should apply in full in the Tunnel; iv) access charges should be reviewed and reduced, to ensure a better deal for operators and passengers; v) Border controls should be examined and streamlined, to encourage new international services to be developed; vi) priority for EU funding for rail infrastructure should be given to projects contributing to economic growth at a critical time for the Union, with conditions attached to ensure that new rail developments ensure fair access and are compatible with rail networks across the EU; vii)consumer interests must be paramount. Member States must increase the importance and awareness of passenger rights, and ensure that tickets can be booked conveniently and in an integrated way to allow for easier and less bureaucratic international train travel
I spoke to him briefly, asking that he be objective and not have tunnel vision* like the prosecutor and media. He assured me he would. Then there were Rob's so called “friends” from Toms River and * Tunnel vision: “A narrow outlook.
Author: Robert Marshall
Publisher: Algora Publishing
Category: BIOGRAPHY & AUTOBIOGRAPHY
Someone once said that a great trial should involve family, sex, mystery and religion. In this case we have the family tragedy, Rob's affair, the mystery of Maria's death - and only God and Rob Marshall know the truth. Convicted in New Jersey in 1986, i.
(“Tunnel Vision,” based on the murders, was originally published by Down Home Press in 1993.) The book was not available for sale anywhere on base, but there were more than 60 people on the base library wait-list. “That blew my mind.
Author: N. P. Simpson
Publisher: Diversion Books
Category: True Crime
“Vivid prose plunges the reader into the politically fraught, self-contained world of a military base” and a chilling true case of triple murder (Linda Landrigan, editor of Alfred Hitchcock Mystery Magazine). Carlton “Butch” Smith was a troubled teenager who’d been kicked out of school for aggressive behavior. His parents lived at Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune, in Jacksonville, North Carolina, and when Butch was home with them, his life was fairly normal. But that all changed on August, 24, 1981, when Butch’s sister, aunt, and cousin were found slain in his parents’ house. It was a horrifying crime that shook the Marine base community, not to mention the Smith family—especially when Butch was named the prime suspect. In Tunnel Vision, reporter and true crime author N. P. Simpson delves into this young man’s harrowing past. She also provides a detailed chronicle of the grisly murders and the complex case that followed—a case of conflicting confessions, a mysterious second suspect who was never found, and difficult questions of jurisdiction between military, state, and federal courts.
I fled out ofthe tunnel and into the dusky June air. Mom— yay, Mom!—stood at the next corner by our side yard, and I ran for her. I ran for her, but I stumbled over an unevenness in the sidewalk and then another, dancing a couple of ...
Author: Susan Shaw
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
Category: Juvenile Fiction
After witnessing her mother's murder, sixteen-year-old high school student Liza Wellington and her father go into the witness protection program.
Tunnel Vision is a series of poetic accounts taken from someone inside the tunnel called youth. A book that reveals as well as tackles issues such as sexuality, depression, anxiety, and the freedom to dream; issues many people, both young and old, face. These accounts are honest and uncensored, making this ensemble of pieces worth reading and never putting down.
Tunnel vision. Yes, that was it. But for some reason he had never figured out, she had made it sound like a bad thing. He turned on his disposable phone and punched in Chad's number. When the call went to voice mail, he left a carefully ...
Author: Linda Rich
Twelve citizens of Remington County, Illinois, are chosen as jurors in an unsavory date-rape case. But the jury hangs, and a mistrial is declared. While awaiting a new trial, the defendantBrian Briggsis free on bail. When his accuser is found murdered, suspicion naturally centers on Briggs. He threatened the victim in front of witnesses and lacks a solid alibi for the night of the crime. In jail once more, he seems likely to face another trialthis one for murder. But is he really guilty? Jill McKinnon, a young farmers widow and member of the jury that couldnt convict him of rape, begins to wonder when she learns that another female juror has died in an apparently accidental fall. Then still another tells Jill about an unpleasant encounter with one of the male jurors.