San Francisco Chronicle, January 13, 1999, “Decomposed Body Found Near
Fort Ord.” 17. Scripps Howard News Service, January 14, 1999, “Body Found
Could Be That of Missing Girl.” 18. Sacramento Bee, January 14, 1999, “Hope for
Author: Emily G. Thompson
Publisher: Exposit Books
Category: True Crime
An estimated 800,000 children are reported missing each year in the United States. Only one in 10,000 are found dead. Yet unsolved child murders are almost a daily occurrence--of nearly 52,000 juvenile homicides between 1980 and 2008, more than 20 percent remain open. Drawing on FBI reports, police and court records, and interviews with victims' families, this book provides details and evidence for 18 unsolved cases from 1956 to 1998.
DATE(S): 1999 VENUE: Bahia State, Brazil VICTIMS: Four MO: Women aged 19–
36 bound, raped, stabbed repeatedly DISPOSITION: Unsolved Unknown SEX: M
RACE: W TYPE: N MOTIVE: Sex. DATE(S): 1999–2000 VENUE: Calif./Nev.
Author: Michael Newton
Publisher: Infobase Publishing
Category: True Crime
The Encyclopaedia of Serial Killers, Second Edition provides accurate information on hundreds of serial murder cases - from early history to the present. Written in a non-sensational manner, this authoritative encyclopaedia debunks many of the myths surrounding this most notorious of criminal activities. New major serial killers have come to light since the first edition was published, and many older cases have been solved (such as the Green River Killer) or further investigated (like Jack the Ripper and the Zodiac Killer). Completely updated entries and appendixes pair with more than 30 new photographs and many new entries to make this new edition more fascinating than ever. New and updated entries include: Axe Man of New Orleans; BTK Strangler; Jack the Ripper; Cuidad Juarez, Mexico; John Allen Muhammad and Lee Boyd Malvo, the Sniper Killers; Gary Leon Ridgway, the Green River Killer; and Harold Frederick Shipman.
In August 1999 Detective Roger Rizor of the Fremont County Sheriff's
Department told APB News that the crime's only suspect—once a cook at a local
supper club—“has never been cleared,” but neither can he now be charged with
the crime ...
Author: Michael Newton
Publisher: Infobase Publishing
Over 800 entries examine the facts, evidence, and leading theories of a variety of unsolved murders, robberies, kidnappings, serial killings, disappearances, and other crimes.
Annotation The scope of the July 1999 conference covers Brownian ratchets, stochastic resonance, biomedicine, semiconductors, electronic devices, lasers, turbulence, and spectroscopy.
Author: Upon (Conference)
Publisher: American Institute of Physics
Annotation The scope of the July 1999 conference covers Brownian ratchets, stochastic resonance, biomedicine, semiconductors, electronic devices, lasers, turbulence, and spectroscopy. Among the topics of the 66 papers are quantum stress tensor fluctuations, signatures of electron-electron interaction in nanoelectric device shot noise, the scale invariance of 1/f noise, Parrondo's paradoxical games, and what physicists can contribute to economics. Other topics include additive noise and noise-induced nonequilibrium phase transitions, entropy generation in computation and the second law of thermodynamics, high frequency noise modeling in MOSFETs, a percolative approach to resistance fluctuations, short time-scales in the Kramers problem, activated escape of driven systems, and numerical methods for systems excited by white noise. No subject index. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)
Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 122:550–559. Blarer, A., and M.
Doebeli. 1999. Resonance effects and outbreaks in ecological time series.
Ecology Letters 2:167–177. Bolker, B., M. Holyoak, V. Krivan, L. Rowe, and O.
Author: Andrew Dobson
Publisher: Princeton University Press
Leading ecologists discuss some of the most compelling open questions in the field today Unsolved Problems in Ecology brings together many of the world's leading ecologists to discuss the most fundamental research questions confronting the field today. This diverse and thought-provoking collection of essays spans virtually all of the key subfields of the discipline, from behavioral and evolutionary ecology to population biology, community ecology, ecosystem ecology, disease ecology, and conservation biology. These essays are intended to stoke curiosity, challenge prevailing wisdom, and provoke new ways of thinking about ecology in light of new technologies and unprecedented environmental challenges brought on by climate and land-use change. Authoritative and accessible, Unsolved Problems in Ecology is ideal for graduate students in the early stages of their scientific careers and an essential resource for seasoned ecologists looking for exciting new directions to take their research. Sheds light on modern ecology's most important and compelling open questions Features thought-provoking contributions from more than two dozen world-class ecologists Covers behavior, evolution, communities, ecosystems, resource management, and more Discusses ways to raise the financial and intellectual profile of the discipline An invaluable resource for graduate students as well as seasoned ecologists
Author: New York Public Library. Research LibrariesPublish On: 1998
155 1999 Millennium prophecies / Brian Innes . Austin , TX : Raintree Steck -
Vaughn Publishers , 1999 . p . cm . ( Unsolved mysteries ) Includes
bibliographical references and index . SUMMARY : Discusses the Western
millennium and some ...
Author: New York Public Library. Research Libraries
Frank Rober ts (1999) ALL GREAT INVENTIONS BEGIN with an idea. The idea
might come from the mind of an ordinary person, an industrial engineer, or a
brilliant recluse silently toiling away at a laboratory. Some inventions are entirely
Author: Robert J. Hoshowsky
Category: True Crime
Despite advances in DNA testing, forensics, and the investigative skills used by police, hundreds of crimes remain unsolved across Canada. With every passing day trails grow colder and decades can pass before a new lead or witness comes forward if one comes forward. In Unsolved, Robert J. Hoshowsky examines twelve crimes that continue to haunt us. Some cases are well-known, while others have virtually disappeared from the public eye. All of the cases remain open, and many are being re-examined by police using the latest tools and technology. Hoshowsky takes the reader through all aspects of the crimes and how police are trying to solve them using three-dimensional facial reconstructions, DNA testing, age-enhanced drawings, original crime scene photos, and more. None of the individuals profiled in Unsolved deserved their fate, but their stories deserve to be told and their killers need to be brought to justice.
1999) In a letter to Phyllis, Fred states: “I did spend some time in Guyana with
George Greene. I did see the pictures that he took including the one of the ark.”
He also stated, in the same letter, “Mr. Neff was a friend of George's formany
Author: Mary Irwin
Publisher: WestBow Press
Ararat, a behemoth of a mountain, is 17,000 feet of pain for anyone who dares trespass upon its icy heights. It is a place of dread where one wrong step can send climbers careening down a steep, glacial field into the abyss known as the Ahora Gorge. Many have died on those slopes, and some have never been seen again. So why do climbers come to this place on the far east of the Turkish Frontier? It is not for sport alone; in fact, for most, that is far from the real reason. They come to Ararat flirting with death to find an old boat we all know as Noah’s ark. It is said that its rotting corpse is somewhere up there in the swirling clouds and slumbering silence of ancient ice. Come with Mary Irwin, one of the original “ark-aeologists,” as she travels to Ararat and back again uncovering many of the ancient secrets of Noah’s ark. You may be surprised what you find!
In 1999 , the second UPON was held in Adelaide , Australia , and had a theme
centered around fundamental issues in noise . Now in 2002 , there is a strong
theme on fluctuations in biological systems and thus is it highly appropriate that
Author: Sergey M. Bezrukov
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
All papers in this proceedings volume were peer reviewed. The purview of this third conference was shifted toward biology and medicine. Among the topics covered were: the constructive role of noise in the central nervous system, neuronal networks, and sensory transduction (hearing in humans, photo- and electroreception in marine animals), encoding of information into nerve pulse trains, single molecules and noise (including single molecule detection and characterization by nanopores - molecular "Coulter counting"), concepts of noise in neurophysiology (randomness and order in brain and heart electrical activities under normal conditions and in pathology), the role of noise in genetic regulation and gene expression, biosensors, etc.
bodies by the Center for Disease Control and Prevention. The 1999 CDC
findings indicated surprisingly high levels of toxic chemicals in blood and urine
samples of thirty-eight hundred people tested. Ms. Lowy's article also reported
that many ...
We are currently living in an interesting, exciting, wonderful, and ominous time in the history of the world. Technology and the Informational Age make it possible to know instantly about world events-and some of these events appear to be extremely worrisome. In response to this situation, "The Unsolved Mysteries of the Bible" gathers topical treatments of the Bible's key messages, supplementing them with insights from the writings of the world's varied ancient traditions. Author Yohane has assembled this diverse array of sources into a sequence of thirty-eight chapters addressing questions about the Bible and God, moving through the accounts of creation and salvation, and turning, finally, to the mysteries of God's planned ending of the world. If you listen to the news and wonder what sense to make of a confusing world, if you ask yourself whether life has any purpose or worthy end, or if you have always intended to dig into the Bible to find out its witness to God and his design for the whole creation from beginning to end, then "The Unsolved Mysteries of the Bible" can serve as your guide to asking the hard questions, listening for the truthful answers, equipping yourself to live in this world, and knowing God's plans for the world to come.
In a 1999 South Florida murder case reported in the Miami Herald, a Bode
analyst had testified in court also in the one-in-multiple quadrillions.) “That's one
reason this is very dangerous.” But, he added, “DNA has no more weight legally
Author: Arthur Jay Harris
Publisher: Arthur Jay Harris
Category: True Crime
THE UNSOLVED MURDER OF ADAM WALSH IS A TWO-BOOK SERIES ALSO READ BOOK ONE: FINDING THE KILLER Six-year-old Adam Walsh disappeared from the toy department of a Sears in Hollywood, Florida, in 1981. Two weeks later and 125 miles away, a child’s severed head was found and identified as Adam. His parents, Reve and John Walsh, deeply grieved and dedicated their lives going forward to helping find other parents’ children who had gone missing. In 2008, 27 years later, police announced at a live televised press conference that they’d finally solved the case, blaming the kidnapping and murder on a by-then dead man. Because of that there could never be a trial. All of that is true. But virtually everything else that you think you know about this famous case is wrong. In 1983, 25 years earlier, that suspect had volunteered a confession that he’d killed Adam Walsh. But the police then had deeply investigated his story and couldn’t verify anything he’d said, not even that he’d been within 400 miles of the area. In 2008, when a new Hollywood Police chief closed the case, he admitted they had no new evidence. What the new chief didn’t mention was that by then he had six separate police witnesses who’d been at the shopping mall on that day in 1981, and had since spoken up. Most had seen Adam; all had seen a much more likely suspect -- Jeffrey Dahmer. A microfilmed Miami police report the author found and had previously shown to the Walsh detectives proved that Dahmer was then living just a few miles from the Sears. Dahmer’s boss told the author that the prompt for the report was that Dahmer had told him he’d just found the body of a homeless man behind the store. Yes, bad luck, Jeffrey Dahmer found a dead body. 1981 was 10 years before Milwaukee police found severed heads in Dahmer’s refrigerator and arrested him as a serial killer. He said he’d killed his first victim in 1978. Even worse, it turned out that the identification of the child as Adam had been slapdash and suspect. The Walsh parents weren’t present for it; John Walsh wrote years later that he’d never viewed even photographs of the remains. A family friend had been present for the ID, and Walsh wrote that his first impression had been that it wasn’t Adam. Because the remains were only a severed head, there were no fingerprints, and forensic DNA was still years away. The pathologist making the identification did it strictly by teeth, but he admitted he wasn’t a dental expert. Dental X-rays, when available, are a standard for comparison, but he didn’t have them. He also had a forensic dentist available but never consulted him. A medical examiner in another regional office performed the autopsy, but he also never consulted a forensic dentist. Worse again, that medical examiner never wrote and submitted an autopsy report, as state laws and guidelines require. That perhaps never happens. Had police ever charged any live defendant with murder in this case, prosecutors in court would have been handcuffed to prove that the dead child was Adam. The case likely then would have ended. Why all the misdirection? Did Dahmer take Adam? Is Adam even dead, is that someone else’s child? Could Adam be… alive? Fifteen years of continuing research. Author’s story appeared in 2007 on ABC Primetime, and in 2010 on a Sunday front page of The Miami Herald. “I never, and to my knowledge no one in the office, prepared a report on the head of Adam Walsh.” -- 2010 email from Dr. Ronald K. Wright, in 1981 the Chief Broward County Medical Examiner, who performed the autopsy on the remains of the child previously identified as Adam Walsh, when asked if he had a personal copy of Adam Walsh’s autopsy report that neither the Medical Examiner’s Office nor the police had. “There’s no way in hell.” -- A Florida forensic dentist, viewing the teeth in both the last picture of Adam Walsh and the remains of the child identified as him, responding to the question of whether they could be the same child. Other forensic dentists shown the same material agreed.
UPoN 2005: Fourth International Conference on Unsolved Problems of Noise
and Fluctuations in Physics, Biology and High Technology L. Reggiani, C.
Penneta, ... A . Stefanovska , and M . Bračič , Contemporary Phys . , 40 , 31 - 55 ( 1999 ) .
Author: L. Reggiani
Publisher: American Institute of Physics
This fourth edition of the conference focused mainly on noise and fluctuations at the nanometer scale in electron devices, bio-materials, and mesoscopic systems. Since the first conference, the aim of the UPoN conferences is to provide a forum for researchers working on noise and fluctuations, where they can present and discuss their scientific problems with particular attention to those which resist solutions. Topics include: Theoretical frontiers on noise and fluctuations; experimental frontiers on noise and fluctuations; enhanced and suppressed shot noise; noise and coherence; noise and chaos; constructive role of noise; noise in biological systems; noise in devices; and noise in complex systems and non-Gaussian fluctuations.
A seminar on educational and linguistic rights of local minorities was organized
at the end of September 1999. 2.11. Ukraine In 1999, the High Commissioner
continued to pay particular attention to the unsolved problems of the Crimean
Author: Francis Rosenstiel
Publisher: Martinus Nijhoff Publishers
Category: Political Science
The "European Yearbook" promotes the scientific study of nineteen European supranational organisations and the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD). Each volume contains a detailed survey of the history, structure and yearly activities of each organisation and an up-to-date chart providing a clear overview of the member states of each organisation. Each volume contains a comprehensive bibliography covering the year's relevant publications. This is an indispensable work of reference for anyone dealing with the European institutions.
8270 – 26 January 1999 Religion and democracy tabled by Mr WILSHIRE and
Sir Sydney CHAPMAN Religion and democracy ... The following unsolved cases
of killing of journalists 17 PARLIAMENTARY ASSEMBLY PARLIAMENTARY ...
(New Lld, 1 Elvis Richardson, I am Missing/Unsolved, 1999, gelatin silver
photograph. 2 Joy Hardman, Ghost, 1999, still from video installation. 3 Sandy
Nicholson, from the Lifts series, 1998/99, colour digital print. 4 Joseph Mallard,
... between Lucretius and the Aristotelian tradition (and especially the Historia
animalium, which seems to be very present in the poet's imagery) has been left unsolved by Schrijvers 1999: 54, who prudently states: 'cette question reste
Author: Jason König
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
The libraries of the ancient world were completely unlike those we know today. This book explores and explains those differences.
Despite serious shortcomings such as a non-existent opposition, low turnouts at
elections, increasing corruption and unsolved killings (Harsch 1999; Lam- izana
et al. 1999; Loada and Otayek 1995; 1998; Loada 1996; Otayek 1996), political ...
Author: Lars Engberg-Pedersen
Publisher: Greenwood Publishing Group
Category: Political Science
Development efforts rarely reach their intended objectives because aid workers too often disregard local politics and social conditions, as illustrated by case studies from Burkina Faso.
This book explores and examines twenty-one of the Old West's most baffling mysteries, which lure the curious and beg for investigation even though their solutions have eluded experts for decades.
Author: W. C. Jameson
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield
Two subjects continue to fascinate people the Old West and a good mystery. This book explores and examines twenty-one of the Old West's most baffling mysteries, which lure the curious and beg for investigation even though their solutions have eluded experts for decades. Many relate to the death or disappearance of some of the best-known lawmen and outlaws in history, such as Billy the Kid, Buckskin Frank Leslie, John Wilkes Booth, The Catalina Kid, and Butch Cassidy. Others involve mysterious tales and legends of lost mines and buried treasures that have not been recovered yet."
Deborah Ostrow Flygirl ( Clocktower Gallery , Search - and - Rescue Mission )
1999 video loop Justene Williams would like to acknowledge the support of
Jadon Digital Elvis Richardson I am Missing / Unsolved 1999 gelatin silver