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[By the editor: J. Orlin Grabbe died in March 2008. He was an economist and a prolific writer; what he was other than that, you may learn for yourself by exploring his writings below. The following material (courtesy of web.archive.org) is representative of his web site (www.aci.net/kalliste) as of December 4, 2001 (minus the racy photos and links to news articles of the day).]

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End of Ordinary Money, Part 1
End of Ordinary Money, Part 2
NSA, Crypto AG, and the Iran-Iraq War
Crypto AG: NSA's Trojan Whore?
Charles Hayes: A Prison Interview
Is the FBI Railroading Charles Hayes?
Michael Riconosciuto on Encryption
ECHELON: Global Surveillance

Recent News Links

Note: the most recent links are below, at the end of this table. The selected links here are temporary, and will slowly disappear.
FinCEN Strategic Plan 2000-2005 How the financial spies plan to keep busy the next 5 years.
Carnivore "Independent" Technical Review completed.
Break PGP Beware of keystroke monitors like this one.
Second Amendment Wiesenthal Nazis smear women's gun group.
Drug War Mexico's Secretary of State says the drug trade should be legalized.
Holocaust Industry Shakedown How to make big bucks off the dead.
Astalavista Group The official site of underground information.
Dr. Dish The awesome satellite espionage series.
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  • Rubber Hose Crypto Security against compelled disclosure (.pdf file).
    Cracking & Reversing
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  • http://www.woodmann.com/fravia/
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  • http://www.searchlores.org
  • http://fravia.2113.ch/index.htm
  • http://qu00l.net/s/www.searchlores.org/
  • FBI Passphrase Theft Court order to seize encryption keys & passphrases via a keystroke logger (.pdf file).
    Morlocks Underground bases and tunnels.
    The Wilcher Report Learn why the Branch Davidians were assassinated and the evidence burned. (Huge .pdf file.)
    Chinese Spying Guide How the Chinese collect foreign technological information.
    Video Retrival The technology of spook spy cams.
    Voices in Your Head "By proper choice of pulse characteristics, intelligible speech may be created." Such as: "I am your God. I command you to kill the enemies of the government."
    PROMIS & the RCMP Insight on the Inslaw PROMIS Scandal.
    Underground Enter the world of hacking.
    Riconosciuto & Videnieks PROMIS Trail Leads to Justice
    Steganography A Tutorial.
    Hiding URLs How to Obscure Any URL: a lesson of interest to spammers, terrorists, child pornographers, and the scum-sucking FBI.
    Privacy Not Serious Flaw in OpenPGP
    Military Plunder How to steal millions from the US Defense Department.
    Cuba de mi Amor The Cuban Submarine Crisis
    SS Attacks Privacy Organized Crime Raids Gold-Age
    Survey of Corporate Security Just when you thought it was safe to go to work.
    Survey of Software Just when you thought it was safe to turn on a computer.
    DSA Flaw in Open PGP My explanation & Java cryptanalysis program so you can exploit it yourself.
    Cato Blasts Waco Report You mean the government lied? Again?
    ARPA on the Paranormal Whatever are those Russians up to? (.pdf file)
    MPAA vs. 2600 Legal analysis: "The Illusion Vanishes", by Peter D. Junger (.pdf file)
    Echelon in the EU European Parliament report on Echelon.
    Bilderberg Group Background and their latest secret meet in Sweden.
    History Is Bunk A revisionist bibliography.
    DeCSS A gallery of DVD software descramblers.
    Oswald Le Winter Poet and Spy relates the history of CIA and other operations.
    Drug Trafficking by US NSC How Oliver North turned Costa Rica into a Drug Pipeline.
    Survey of Illegal Drugs Everything your momma didn't tell you.
    Infowar & the Two Chinas Basic infowar information everyone should know.
    IRS Manual for Criminal Investigations Read this to learn how the enemy thinks.
    Jack Parsons
  • Jack Parsons Returns
  • An Index to Jack Parsons
  • Jack Parsons at Muroc Air Force Base
  • The Cosmic Serpent DNA and the Origins of Knowledge.
    The Rubaiyat, by Omar Khayyam Introduction by Zola.
    Snitch Culture A nation of rats serves the Surveillance State.
    UFO Neutral Reliable UFO information.

    All is not lost—the unconquerable will,
    And study of revenge, immortal hate,
    And courage never to submit or yield.
    —John Milton, Paradise Lost

    Today's News Articles

    Oops! The Energy Crisis that Wasn't

    Troubled Enron


    by James Norman

    New York—Troubled energy giant Enron agreed late Nov 9 to be taken over by smaller rival Dynegy in a $7.8-bil stock-swap, with assumption of at least $12-bil of Enron debt.

    The deal includes an immediate "asset-backed" infusion of $1.5-bil from Dynegy's 26.6% owner ChevronTexaco, to shore-up Enron's cash-strained trading operations, with another $1-bil of new equity from ChevronTexaco when the merger closes.

    Dynegy will offer 0.2685 of its shares for each Enron share, giving Dynegy holders 64% of the combined company. At Dynegy's closing price Nov 9 of $38.76/share, that equates to $10.41/share for Enron, which has seen its stock plummet from more than $90 barely a year ago to a recent low of $7 before rebounding on Dynegy bailout rumors. Enron closed Nov 9 at $8.63/share.

    The merged company will be named Dynegy Inc and be headed by Dynegy CEO Chuck Watson. The only Enron executive moving to a senior position will be new president Greg Whalley, who will be an executive vice-president and part of a new "office of the chairman" at Dynegy. Enron will get to name three of 14 directors, which could include CEO Ken Lay. ChevronTexaco will maintain its three director seats.

    ChevronTexaco will make its investment in the form of $1.5-bil of Dynegy convertible preferred shares, with warrants to buy another $1.5-bil of Dynegy stock over three years. Dynegy will invest the initial ChevronTexaco cash in Enron in return for preferred stock and "other rights" in Enron's crown-jewel Northern Natural Gas pipeline unit. If the Dynegy-Enron deal fails to close, Dynegy can acquire Northern and ChevronTexaco can redeem its preferred at cost or convert it to common for 36% ownership of Dynegy. Dynegy said the deal should be "strongly accretive" to earnings in the first year. Merger savings are expected to be $400- to $500-mil a year, from exiting "non-core" businesses, eliminating overlap and lower interest costs. The deal, which will need shareholder and regulatory approval, is not likely to be consummated until the third quarter of next year. But it is by no means a sure thing.

    Vocal opponents are already emerging to the possible enlargement of Enron's huge trading operations. Among them: crusty Raymond Plank, CEO of US E&P independent Apache. Plank blames electronic over-the-counter systems such as those run by Enron and Dynegy for much of the volatility that has whipsawed natural gas and power markets over the past year.

    Plank says this volatility is wreaking havoc on producers' capital spending plans and the creditworthiness of small upstream companies. Not to mention the disaster that hit California, PG&E and SoCalEd.

    Plank extends his opprobrium to the New York Mercantile Exchange, which he views as another venue for moving prices up and down to generate volatility. Of course, volatility is not senseless to public trading companies using mark-to-market accounting. Under US GAAP, traders run through their income statements the theoretical mark-to-market profits being made on even far-out futures and derivatives positions. And under standard option pricing models, volatility is the key variable in calculating their present value.

    With enough volatility, and a long enough contract, any trader can persuade his accountants even the most far-fetched option position can have current mark-to-market value. The only test is the "reasonableness" of the assumed forward price curve, which Enron can tweek daily with its postings on EnronOnline. Both Enron and Dynegy employ Arthur Andersen as auditors and consultants.

    Indeed, Enron, Dynegy, El Paso, Duke, Aquila, Williams and any number of other trading houses make no bones about their affinity for volatility. On its last earnings conference call (the one that sparked Wall Street rage over CEO Ken Lay's disclosure of a looming $1.2-bil accounting nightmare), Enron whined its European earnings were a little light due to "not as much volatility as we'd have liked" in power markets there.

    "They acknowledge the don't make money off price (differentials)," gripes Plank: "They make their money off volatility."

    Helping drive volatility on these electronic exchanges is the ability to move prices with very small trades, since only Enron or Dynegy see the volumes involved on their EnronOnline and Dynegy Direct systems. As some traders have pointed out to Platts, this can allow a market manipulator to gradually start an upward price stampede that can snowball into a short squeeze, spilling over onto the NYMEX futures and cash markets. Such may have been the case with last winter's irrational run-up in gas prices to some $10/Mcf. Did Enron cause it? Probably not. Would it have been able to see it developing and position itself accordingly? Without question. An added beauty of these electronic systems is the trading goes on with little or no margin deposits by the players. Even with its recent credit-ratings collapse, Enron has been able to make counter-parties rely on its own balance sheet as collateral for trades. And customers who qualify for EnronOnline can simply play off their own net worth without tying up much cash.

    Compare that to the roughly 10% margin required by NYMEX. Or better yet, the 50% margin required on stock trading.

    One quick but painful fix for the volatility problem, Plank notes, would be to make futures and options players abide by the same leverage rules stock traders have faced since 1929. If Enron and Dynegy had to post 50% margin, Plank quips, "They'd go home to their wives at night." In other words, they'd return to their historic pipeline business and quit spending so much time in the options pits.

    Enron is not keen for that, and has spent a lot of time and money lobbying to avoid such regulation. It may have been the company's best investment ever: legislation last year exempts electronic trading systems from oversight by the Commodity Futures Trading Commission, notes energy consultant Philip Verleger. Among the key backers of that law was Sen. Phil Gramm, Republican-Texas, whose wife and former CFTC commissioner Wendy Gramm is an Enron director.

    It all sounds chillingly similar to what happened to the unregulated "junk" bond market and its principal architect, Drexel Burnham Lambert's Michael Milken. Drexel disappeared in a cloud of government investigations. Milken went to prison.—James Norman

    Platt's Oilgram, Volume 79 Number 219 November 12, 2001

    Recent Articles by J. Orlin Grabbe

  • When Osama Bin Ladin Was Tim Osman
  • The LESE FAQ
  • The Optimal Number of Criminals
  • The MailVault FAQ
  • News of Laissez Faire City
  • The ALTA Account FAQ
  • Oud, in a Smoke-Filled Room
  • The DSA Flaw in Open PGP
  • A Derivative Life
  • How DMT Works
  • Chaos and Fractals in Financial Markets, Part 7
  • The Digital Future in Dubai
  • The Digital Monetary Trust FAQ
  • Comment on PROMIS article
  • The Function of the Drug War
  • Louis Freeh Spies on Bill Clinton
  • The Rise and Fall of Bretton Woods
  • Java Encryption Programs
  • The DMT Rand
  • The Digital Monetary Trust, Part 2
  • The Digital Monetary Trust, Part 1
  • Chaos and Fractals in Financial Markets, Part 6
  • Introduction to the Chinese Edition
  • Buzz Words
  • Chaos and Fractals in Financial Markets, Part 5
  • Chaos and Fractals in Financial Markets, Part 4
  • Chaos and Fractals in Financial Markets, Part 3
  • Chaos and Fractals in Financial Markets, Part 2
  • Chaos and Fractals in Financial Markets, Part 1
  • Smart Cards and Private Currencies
  • Intelink
  • The Wassenaar Invasion of Privacy
  • The Eye of the Storm
  • The Credit Crunch
  • The Collapse of the New World Order
  • Stocks and Bonds Go Down Together
  • The DES Algorithm Illustrated
  • The Gold Market, Part 6
  • And Now, the Financial Apocalypse
  • The World Financial Police Attack Anonymity
  • The Gold Market, Part 5
  • Digital Signatures Illustrated
  • The Gold Market, Part 4
  • The Gold Market, Part 3
  • The Gold Market, Part 2
  • The Gold Market, Part 1
  • Internet Payment Schemes, Part 3
  • Internet Payment Schemes, Part 2
  • A Guide to Digital Cash Articles on My Webpage
  • Internet Payment Schemes, Part 1
  • Digital Cash and the Regulators
  • Concepts in Digital Cash
  • The Year 2000 Problem in Perspective
  • The Asian Financial Crisis in Perspective
  • NSA, Crypto AG, and the Iraq-Iran War
  • How Secure is America's Nuclear Arsenal?
  • Cryptography and Number Theory for Digital Cash
  • Stefan Brands' System of Digital Cash

  • The End of Ordinary Money

    A series explaining the use of the monetary system for government surveillance, and why the growth of the information superspyway will increasingly lead to a system of anonymous digital cash. "The End of Ordinary Money, Part 1" appeared in Liberty (July 1995) with the title "The End of Ordinary Money." Part 2 was published in Liberty (November 1995) under the title "The Money Laundromat."

    The End of Ordinary Money, Part 1 Read this if you want to know what this web page is about.
    The End of Ordinary Money, Part 2 And this one also.
    How to Launder Money Learning the basic skills.
    How to Launder Money in the Futures Market How to give Hillary a bribe via cattle futures.
    Another Whack Against GAK The government's grip on cryptology slips.
    Plot to Spy on Banks Outlined in White House Email Memo from 1986 details NSC/DOJ plot to spy on banks.
    Changing the Currency Is it counterfeit, or is it just foreign?
    History of the Euro The single European currency.
    Clipper Chip Banking Sandia National Laboratories create non-anonymous "anonymity."
    Money Laundering Through Casinos The Nevada advantage.
    Money Laundering Through CHIPS and SWIFT Wholesale cleansing.
    Money Laundering: The BCCI Affair: Senate Report The Bank of Criminals and Covert-Agents International knew a thing or two about laundering.

  • Information Technologies for Control of Money Laundering:

  • Preface and Glossary (pdf)
  • Chapter 1: Electronic Money Laundering (pdf)
  • Chapter 2: The Mechanisms of Wire Transfer (pdf)
  • Chapter 3: Money Laundering and Law Enforcement (pdf)
  • Chapter 4: Technologies for Detecting Money Laundering (pdf)
  • Chapter 5: Privacy and Confidentiality (pdf)
  • Chapter 6: International Issues (pdf)
  • Chapter 7: Conclusions and Policy Options (pdf)
  • Money Laundering: FATF Forty Recommendations (pdf)
  • Money Laundering: FATF Typologies Exercise (pdf)
  • Money Laundering: Rapid Growth of Casinos Makes Them Vulnerable (pdf)
  • Money Laundering: Needed Improvements for Reporting Suspicious Activities Are Planned (pdf)
  • Money Laundering: Record Keeping Requirements for Cashier's Checks (pdf)
  • Money Laundering: US Efforts to Combat Money Laundering Overseas (pdf)
  • Money Laundering: A Framework for Understanding US Efforts Overseas (pdf)
  • Money Laundering: FINCEN's Law Enforcement Role is Evolving (pdf)
  • Money Laundering: Regulatory Oversight of Private Offshore Banking Activities (pdf)
  • Private Banking: Raul Salinas, Citibank, and Alleged Money Laundering (pdf)
  • But wait . . . There's more below!

  • Digital Cash: see the articles in "News Behind the News"
  • Cryptology: see the articles on cryptology in "News Behind the News"

  • How to Investigate the Investigators

    Two articles explaining how to do your own financial investigations of politicians, government officials, judges, and law enforcement people. The first part, a motivational piece, is my introduction to a Jim Norman article explaining the efforts of a group of Fifth Column hackers who do just that. I don't agree with everything in Norman's article, but it's a good intro to the second article, which explains the basics of detecting unexplained sources of wealth (which often as not may be bribes, kickbacks, or payoffs from the Cali cartel). The second article appeared (without my permission) in Media Bypass (March 1996) under the title "Hackers vs. Politicians."

  • Hackers vs. Politicians, Part I
  • Hackers vs. Politicians, Part II

  • America's Dreyfus Affair: The Case of the Death of Vince Foster Parts 1-6. Essay by David Martin.
    Waco Holocaust Electronic Museum An investigation put together by an inquisitive citizen, Carol Valentine, without benefit of subpoenas and wiretaps. After you visit the Museum, reflect on the shabby "investigation" conducted by the House of Representatives in 1995.
    The John Doe Times Info on the Oklahoma City bombing.
    Softwar Charles R. Smith follows the money trail of U.S. crypto policy.
    John Young Architect's Cryptome Document collection on privacy, cryptology, military technology.
    Interim Report on the Crash of TWA Flight 800 and the Actions of the NTSB and the FBI The report of Commander William S. Donaldson, USN Ret. in cooperation with Associated Retired Aviation Professionals.

    International Financial Markets, 3rd Edition

    Click here to see table of contents, reviews, and ordering information.

    The News Behind the News

    Encroaching Tyranny & the Technology of Freedom

    This section includes many articles on the news I wrote beginning in 1996 after my Vince Foster series ran into too many national security information blackouts for satisfactory completion. Most of the articles involve one or another of the principal topics introduced in "The End of Ordinary Money." The unifying theme is individual freedom and privacy in a world of government malfeasance, government surveillance, and increasing tyranny.

    In addition to my own articles, I have collected a lot of hard-to-find material written by others. Within each news section, the articles are mostly listed chronologically.


    The Internet and the Death of the News Monopoly Life without a priestly caste of editors.
    60 Minutes Attacks Area 51! Leslie Stahl comes to Reno, while Mike Wallace fondles his cash.
    How Much is Sidney Blumenthal's Reputation Worth? Calculation of the Drudge Report damage to a sleazy smear artist.


    Is the FBI Railroading Charles Hayes? The answer is Yes.
    Affidavit of Robert M. Hayes The U.S. Government plots to bomb its own consulate to "simulate terrorism".
    Michael Riconosciuto on Encryption Comments from architect of the PROMIS backdoor.
    Who is Leo Wanta? The collapse of the Russian ruble. Bill Clinton's short-term notes.
    CIA Proprietary Companies? Cash stashed for George Bush, Bill Casey, Vince Foster, Bill Clinton--and others living and dead?
    Big Sky Cartel Zero's In Politicians and the FBI involved in Montana drugs.
    Interview with Chip Tatum Terry Nelson, Montana Drugs, Chuck Hayes, etc.
    The Tatum Chronicles Perhaps the only accurate account of the drug & arms "Enterprise" of North, Clinton & Bush.
    Child Sex in Montana More northern attractions.
    Charles Hayes: A Prison Interview The future of politics.
    The Last Circle Info on the drug trade, from the files of Michael Riconosciuto ( whose role is misinterpreted).
    The Case Against Jonathan Pollard Seymour Hersh examines the rape of U.S. security.
    Jonathan Pollard Was No Jewish Patriot Eric Margolis explains that wishing doesn't make it so.
    The Sins of Jonathan Pollard Pollard stole NSA 10-vol radio signals information manual.
    The Redacted Cox Report All material implicating Clinton was classified by White House.
    Nuclear Lab Security The report of the President's Foreign Intelligence Advisory Board.
    Strategic Intelligence Spooky stuff.
    Comment on PROMIS article Clueless con man discovers the past.


    A Guide to Digital Cash Articles on My Webpage Read this first for background.
    Digital Cash and the Future of Money Appeared as "Introduction to Digital Cash" in Liberty (July 1998) and in the SIRS Renaissance data base (1999).
    Concepts in Digital Cash Basic concepts necessary to get started.
    Digital Cash and the Regulators We gonna regulate, just as soon as we figure out what it is.
    The Mathematical Ideas Behind Digital Cash Speech to Libertarian Party of Colorado.
    Internet Payment Schemes, Part 1 Secure credit card systems. iKP, SET, EMV, CyberCash, First Virtual, FBOI, BankNet,
    Open Financial Exchange.
    Internet Payment Schemes, Part 2 Adventures in Prague. Debt-Credit systems. NetCheque, Netbill, and CyberCoin.
    Internet Payment Schemes, Part 3 Digital cash systems. NetCash, Mondex, & Digicash ecash.
    Cryptography and Number Theory for Digital Cash A tutorial.
    Stefan Brands' System of Digital Cash A digital cash system with real privacy. Consistency between the on-line & off-line systems.
    Digital Signatures Illustrated A tutorial.
    Smart Cards and Private Currencies The technology of Hayek's dream.


    October Country
    The Year 2000 Problem in Perspective
    Financial Regulators Year 2000 Resources


    The End of Ordinary Money, Part 1 How Big Brother took over the financial system.
    The End of Ordinary Money, Part 2 Your banker is a snitch. Money laundering law & digital cash.
    Social Security Numbers as Identification Tokens Protect yourself from government and private databases.
    The International PGP Home Page Encryption for the masses. Get your free PGP here.
    Russian PGP Homepage
    PGP Faq: Diffie Hellman vs. RSA Forget RSA. Use Diffie-Hellman (which is really El Gamal).
    Transferring Defense Technology to Law Enforcement Voice recognition and other matters.
    Communications Privacy in a Digital Age The costs of monitoring have dropped. We need to take steps to increase them.
    Department of Justice Guidelines for Seizing Computers [Coming soon.]
    The World Financial Police Attack Anonymity We want to know where your money is and what you are doing with it.
    Technologies of Political Control How governments keep the sheep obediently in line.
    ECHELON: Global Surveillance A global agreement, centered at the NSA, to spy on citizens.
    Trust in Cyberspace The National Academy of Sciences examines network security.
    The Hidden Hand of ILETS More on international tapping via "back doors" and ENFOPOL.
    Interception Capabilities 2000 European Parliament report on Echelon and Communications Spying.
    Microsoft's "NSA Backdoor" An NSA backdoor? Probably not, but Microsoft "security" is clearly a myth.
    National Security Agency Declassified Document introduction by Jeffrey T. Richelson.
    National Security Agency Documents With commentary by intelligence author Jeffrey T. Richelson.


    Security Risks in Government-Mandated "Key Recovery" Nightmare on Clipper Street, part III.
    Encryption, China, RSA, and Banking Following the money code.
    Michael Riconosciuto on Encryption Comments from architect of the PROMIS backdoor.
    Cryptography and Number Theory for Digital Cash A tutorial.
    How Secure is America's Nuclear Arsenal? Public key cryptography and nuclear weapons.
    NSA, Crypto AG, and the Iraq-Iran War How the NSA bugged international cryptography software.
    Letter from Bill Payne Regarding Cryptography at Sandia
    Crypto AG: The NSA's Trojan Whore? More on how the NSA bugged international cryptography software.
    Digital Signatures Illustrated A tutorial.
    The DES Algorithm Illustrated A tutorial.
    Black and White Test of Cryptographic Algorithms William H. Payne explains how to choose an algorithm.
    The Wassenaar Invasion of Privacy Global agreement on cryptography restriction.
    International Cryptography Freedom Protect the world from Wassenaar.
    Crack of GSM Cell Phones
    Crack of Microsoft's PPTP Protocol Virtual Un-Private Networks.
    Deep Crack: The EFF Builds Computer to Crack DES
    Smart Card Tamper Resistance--a Cautionary Note
    Cracking Smart Cards with Differential Power Analysis
    Cracking Smart Cards with Fault Analysis.
    Timing Attacks on Implementations of Diffie Hellman, RSA, DSS, and Other Systems
    The Uncensored Walsh Report on Encryption Technologies
    Intelink The network linking US spook agencies.
    Permissive Action Links How cryptography is used in nuclear weapons.
    Handbook of Applied Cryptography All 15 chapters and index available on-line (see the middle of the page).
    Applied Cryptography Bruce Schneier's book is available on-line also.


    Scenario for War in the Middle East The House secret report forcasting war between Syria and Israel and the possible use of nuclear weapons.
    Leaked Report Says War May Be Near in Mideast Platt's Oilgram News discovers my web page.
    The Nukes of Hazard South Africa, Israel, Iran, Iraq.
    The Third Temple: Blueprint for War? A "simulation" altar.
    NSA, Crypto AG, and the Iraq-Iran War How the NSA helped out Saddam Hussein.
    Mossad Agent Faked Syrian "War" Reports Deception served political agenda?


    Here Come the Zombies How governments turn bankers into rich gamblers.
    Credit Lyonnais & L.F. Rothschild Ready to Topple Bad loans and bodies in the French laundry.
    History of the Euro The single European currency.
    The Asian Financial Crisis in Perspective The bubble rotation.
    The Year 2000 Problem in Perspective Y2K and the end of time as we know it.
    The Gold Market, Part 1 Gold in the international financial system. The London Gold Fixing.
    The Gold Market, Part 2 Spot gold trading. The London Bullion Market Association.
    The Gold Market, Part 3 Gold lease and libor rates. The forward price of gold. Gold swaps.
    The Gold Market, Part 4 The World Trade Center bombing and the gold market. Gold futures. Exchange for physicals.
    The Gold Market, Part 5 Gold FRAs. Gold interest-rate swaps. Gold interest-rate guarantees.
    The Gold Market, Part 6 Gold options. Options as insurance contracts.
    And Now, the Financial Apocalypse When pundits say "the expansion will last forever," the end is near.
    Stocks and Bonds Go Down Together The peculiar economics of Mafia Bonds.
    The Collapse of the New World Order Visions of paradise and the collapse of the Global Free Lunch.
    The Credit Crunch The core of the July-October 1997 crash.
    The Eye of the Storm The Global Free Lunch is back. Oh, Joy!
    Copper-Bottom Pricing How to price commodity spread options with negative strikes.
    Chaos and Fractals in Financial Markets, Part 1
    Chaos and Fractals in Financial Markets, Part 2
    Chaos and Fractals in Financial Markets, Part 3
    Chaos and Fractals in Financial Markets, Part 4
    Chaos and Fractals in Financial Markets, Part 5
    Chaos and Fractals in Financial Markets, Part 6


    The Jim Bell Files Assassination politics. The wrath of the IRS. Jim Bell's Theorem. And more.
    Report of the Defense Science Board Task Force on Information Warfare
    Industrial Espionage Today & Information Wars of Tomorrow (pdf)
    Industrial Espionage Through Social Engineering (pdf)
    Information Warfare, INFOSEC, and Dynamic Information Defense (pdf)
    FSTAC: Financial Services Risk Assessment (pdf)
    FSTAC: Electric Power Risk Assessment
    GAO: Computer Attacks at Department of Defense (pdf)
    Cyberterror and Cyberhype There may be risk from cyberterror. But are officials this clueless qualified to judge?


    The White House "Big Brother" Data Base & How Jackson Stephens Precipitated a Banking Crisis The role of Jackson Stephen's software firm Systematics in creating security holes both in White House and commercial banking software.
    The White House Downloaded And mad as hell about it, too.
    Will Filegate Bring Down the FBI? The FBI turned over about 2045 files to the White House.
    Is the WHODB Clinton's Frankenstein Monster? Bill's computers watch Bill.
    Webb Hubbell and Big Brother (WHODB) Artificial intelligence, a payoff, a PROMIS conversion, a fired Secret Service agent.
    Fund-Raiser's Use of White House Database Reported Secret project keeps track of political donors.
    Safire on Clinton's Data Base Some "mean hacker" set to attack WHODB?
    Insight Magazine reports on WHODB Click on "Investigative Reports", then click on "White House Scandals".


    Waco Holocaust Electronic Museum First, gas and burn the children. Then bury the evidence with a bulldozer.
    Waco: The Illegal Search Warrant "Zee Big One"--funding time at the BATF.
    The Commander at Ft. Hood, Texas, During the Waco Massacre The mad bomber of Yugoslavia himself.
    ATF Agents Go Shooting with David Koresh Nine days before the first bloody raid it was all buddy-buddy.
    Texas Ranger Report on the Branch Davidians Waco was a professional hit.


    The Downing of TWA Flight 800 TWA Flight 800 was taken out at around 7000 feet altitude by an apparent Stinger missile. A terrorist group connected to Syria gave advance warning and said there would be five more.
    Syria and TWA Flight 800 101 fast reasons to keep on eye on Syria.
    Bill Clinton's Choo-Choo The President takes a train ride. The modified warhead on the missile that took down TWA Flight 800.
    The Phosphorus-Headed Missile and TWA Flight 800 Some details on the missile that took out TWA Flight 800.
    Witnesses Confirm Missile Took Down TWA 800 The New York Post almost gets the story right, but not quite.
    DIA on TWA 800 Missile, by John McCaslin Agent of Defense Intelligence Agency speaks to congress.
    TWA 800 Investigation Cover-Up: The Proof Ian Goddard shows clear evidence of an FBI cover-up.
    The Syrian Connection to the Dhahran Bombing The FBI, as usual, covers up the evidence.
    What May Have Happened to TWA800 A boat offshore . . .
    TWA 800: "I Saw an Ordnance Explosion"
    Former Chairman of Joint Chiefs of Staff Revives Missile Theory
    Crash Test Dummies More on the botched investigation.
    Interim Report on the Crash of TWA Flight 800 and the Actions of the NTSB and the FBI The report of Commander William S. Donaldson, USN Ret. in cooperation with Associated Retired Aviation Professionals.
    Clinton Involved in Coverup of TWA800 Terrorist Missile Cmdr. William S. Donaldson, III, USN, Ret.
    TWA 800 Shootdown The New American interviews William S. Donaldson.
    TWA 800 Boeing says missile may have downed plane.


    Misconduct Allegations Arise in FBI Lab Probe FBI falsifies evidence and commits perjury.
    FBI Suspends Oklahoma City Whistle-blower You weren't supposed to know about the contaminated evidence.
    Case Against Oklahoma Bomb Suspect Collapses Another government sting gone awry?
    Secret Pentagon Report on Oklahoma City Bombing--Evidence of a Inside Job? More than a sting gone bad.
    The John Doe Times Info on the Oklahoma City bombing.
    Oklahoma City, Government-Paid Neo-Nazis, and the FCC One more attempt to bury the truth about the Oklahoma City bombing.
    Rep. Charles Key on the Facts of the Oklahoma Bombing
    DOJ Report on FBI Crime Lab How to lie with forensics.
    Writ of Mandamus Stephen Jones, attorney for Timothy McVeigh, on the evidence in the OKC bombing.
    Kirk Lyons, Attorney for Andreas Strassmeir, Responds
    John Doe Times Special Edition Report that Elohim City leader Millar is FBI informant.
    ATF Memo says Carol Howe "key" to identifying Elohim City/OKC bomb link
    General Says Four Charges Destroyed Murrah Federal Building
    Niki Deutchman Interview
    Press Conference of Charles Key re OKC Bombing Foreknowledge and the Response
    New Evidence of OKC Bomb Cover-up


    Was Freeh Fired?--Or Is It Only a Glitch in the FBI's Files? FBI Director Louis Freeh fails to receive a paycheck because the computer says he was terminated, and the 101 Airborne arrives in Saudia Arabia. (On their way to Syria?)
    The FBI and Terrorism More crimes of the FBI.
    The Dickheads are Still Desperate Why Congress should withdraw all funding from the FBI.
    DOJ Report on FBI Crime Lab How to lie with forensics.
    Open Letter to Louis Freeh on Montana Drugs G-men who smuggle drugs.
    Interim Report on the Crash of TWA Flight 800 and the Actions of the NTSB and the FBI The report of Commander William S. Donaldson, USN Ret. in cooperation with
    Associated Retired Aviation Professionals.
    The FBI's Project Megiddo (.pdf) The FBI's plan for the Apocalypse.
    FBI Shutter Speed FBI tries to censor Y2K movie.
    Subversive Instinct Get your Freeh shit here. The Times Square video is back on the web.


    Is the IRS Dealing Crack? Get your tax refund in a baggie, and visit two governors going to jail.
    IRS Files for Sale Buy someone's IRS file for $500.
    Join the IRS: Deal Crack with Pay! Cocaine-dealing IRS employees still on the payroll.


    Bill Clinton's Cocaine Habit Our President does five lines a day.
    Clinton & Iran A high-level Democratic delegation asks Clinton not to run again for President. Israeli radio says U.S. to bomb Iranian targets.
    The Presidential Crisis The present danger in Presidential politics.
    Bill Clinton and the Missing $100 Million General Noriega, Barry Seal, and Bill Clinton become suspects regarding millions in missing cocaine money.
    October Surprises Clinton, Dole, Starr, Tucker, Patton, Credit Lyonnais, and Pulsar Data Systems may all have October Surprises.
    Happy Birthday, Mr President! Clinton turns fifty.
    Bill Clinton's Choo-Choo The President takes a train ride. The modified warhead on the missile that took down TWA Flight 800.
    The Monster Threatens Starr Temper tantrums.
    How to Create a War First find some Belgian--er, Kurdish babies, then call in Hill & Knowlton.
    Clinton Flips a Coin and Bombs Iraq Turning the military budget into a political slush fund.
    Brother Bill's Bad Week Clinton rearranges Iraqi sand, the FBI sucks wind, and the crematorium at Mena lurks in the shadows.
    Hillary Clinton Puts Out a Contract on Dick Morris Hillary plots to murder her competition, using government thugs from I-3.
    Top Ten Reasons Bill Clinton Resigned Read these, then make up your own.
    Clinton in a Box Clinton has lost the war, both home and abroad.
    What Happened to the Football? Did someone take the nuclear trigger away from Bill Clinton?
    Tenacious Tentacles The cozy world of Bill Clinton, Jackson Stephens, and Mochtar Riady.
    Hillary Clinton, Lafarge, and Kennametal Hillary helps Richard Mellon Scaife and Jackson Stephens arm Iraq.
    Hail to the Cokehead Walking a mile in Bill Clinton's shoes.
    What Election? Nothing has changed with respect to Clinton's problems.
    What if Clinton Never Returned? Some wishful thinking.
    More Top Ten Reasons Bill Clinton Resigned Fun things to say at the Inaugural Ball.
    Sex with Hillary What one has to do to get a press conference.
    Kenneth Starr's Departure Could be Clintons' Worst Nightmare By John Crudele.
    The White House Cult Now it can be told.
    Mexican Madness Pendejo in paradise.
    London Sunday Times: Bonking Bill
    Campaign Finance Report
    The Starr Report
    Hyde's 81 Questions
    Starr's Testimony to the House Judiciary Committee
    Follow the Money
    The Senate Trial
    Clinton Body Count Links


    Ron Brown's Loose Lips Seal His Fate More than meets the eye in the crash of Brown's plane.
    Database of Ron Brown's Foreign Trade Missions
    The Botched Ron Brown Investigation: An Interview with AFIP Forensic Pathologist Kathleen Janoski, by Wesley Phelan.


    Saint Colby and the Fifth Column Damage control on the Vince Foster story, and why the death of former CIA director William Colby is not an occasion for tears.
    Some Observations on the Non-News The dereliction of the journalism profession, the FBI can't count files, the Montana drug operation, NSA attacks on my Internet posts, and the heroic efforts of Kenneth Starr.
    An Apology and Goodbye A satire directed at a group of super-critics who have spent time attacking or distorting the Vince Foster story as told by Jim Norman and me. (I simply collected some of the arguments and put them in a single post, so everyone could see how silly they sounded.) However, some brain-dead individuals apparently believed my tongue-in-cheek statement that Mike McCurry of the White House Press Office calls me once a week to direct my efforts, and wrote a lot of angry letters condemning everything but their own inattention and gullibility.
    How to Launder Money in the Copper Market (1) Sumitomo services the heroin trade. Intended to become a series.
    Woodward's Wayward Book Why Bob Woodward's book The Choice is particularly ill-timed.
    The Clinton Crash The Clinton administration has imprudently taken credit for much that is taking place in the economy. How would they deal with a stock market crash? Also mentions the banking problems created by alterations in the money flows associated with the drug and arms trade.
    Is the CIA Trying for a Piece of Fifth Column Action? Contact fails to contact the Fifth Column.
    The Governor of Kentucky to be Indicted Soon? Operation BOPTROT and Casey's plan to turn Russian soldiers into drug addicts.
    Dole Dumps an Old Friend and Lies About His Finances Why Dole resembles Clinton.
    The Cracks in Clinton's Economy John Deutch and Alan Greenspan worry about stock declines.
    The Fifth Column Gets Press And the Prez worries Dick Morris might squeal.
    The Uses of Terrorism The trade-off between guns and buttering-up-voters.
    The Sniffles of Susan Susan McDougal, following bad legal advice, becomes a martyr without a cause.
    The Symbiosis of Alan Greenspan and Bill Clinton Why is the Federal Reserve illegally intervening in the stock market?
    Pinnacle Bank--The Usual Suspects Banking, the Arkansas way.
    Wars and Rumors of War Iraq, I3, and why Bill won't pardon Susan.
    Musings Presidential pardons and all that.
    Bill's Blow, Stock Blowoffs, and Millennial Madness The future sucks.
    Five Indictments of the Mass Media The alcoholic press consumes a fifth.
    The Dickheads Are Getting Desperate Federal agents show up in Nancy, Kentucky.
    Laundering Numbers Sumitomo & FBI files: the media can't count.
    The Starr Detractors As the worm squirms. Another chorus of "no more indictments".
    The Other Starr Detractors Chris Ruddy and Ambrose Evans-Pritchard.
    The Joke Is on You The media releases us from the burden of political truth.
    October Country That country composed in the main of cellars, sub-cellars, coal-bins, closets, attics.
    General Convicted for Political Fund-Raising The politics of promotion.
    The Coke Was Stored in Hangars 4 and 5 Cocaine distribution from the Ilo Pango Air Force Base, and the roles of the CIA, NSA,
    and the Mossad.
    The Starr Indictments: The Media Wrong Again And that's not all the media is wrong about.
    Bye Bye, Miss American Pie Lemmings and stock market calculations.
    Al Gore as President And Tipper as FLOTUS.
    Sticky Fingers at the Justice Department and U.S. Customs The government steals and doesn't pay its bills.
    Earl Brian Convicted in California The chief marketeer of the PROMIS software is convicted of financial fraud.
    The Starr Indictments II Trick or treat.
    Murder and Drugs in Arkansas The FBI sits on evidence in a drug-related murder.
    Ten Predictions & Postmortem My March 1996 predictions and postmortem comment.
    Twenty Predictions for 1997 Sixscore thousand persons that cannot discern between their right hand and their left hand; and also much cattle.

  • Charles "the Angel of Death" Hayes

    The "Angel of Death" is an Internet term applied to Charles S. Hayes because of his role in bringing about the resignation of many a corrupt politician. Hayes is also the head and public representative of the Fifth Column group of hackers who track political payoffs through money-laundering channels.

    Angel of Death Gives Deposition to DOJ in Inslaw Case An argument for the resignation of the entire Justice Department.
    The Dickheads Are Getting Desperate Federal agents show up in Nancy, Kentucky.
    Sticky Fingers at the DOJ and U.S. Customs The government steals and doesn't pay its bills.
    Earl Brian Convicted in California The chief marketeer of the PROMIS software is convicted of financial fraud.
    Angel of Death Arrested Don't talk about PROMIS. Don't help the Special Prosecutor.
    Chuck Hayes Versus Bill Clinton The progress of the war of Clinton's resignation.
    Chuck Hayes Versus Bill Clinton 2 FBI director Louis Freeh doesn't like Chuck Hayes.
    Chuck Hayes and Me, Part 1 The House Committee on Banking asks the NSA about PROMIS software and money-laundering.
    Chuck Hayes and Me, Part 2 Hayes investigates drug-money laundering, while the House Committee on Banking kisses NSA butt.
    Chuck Hayes and Me, Part 3 Why the Fifth Column is necessary: "I don't want another Danny Casolaro on my hands.
    The Metaphysics of Political Illusion U.S. Attorney Joseph Famularo is a kook.
    Orlin Grabbe Versus Joseph Famularo My letter to U.S. Attorney Joseph Famularo, demanding reasons for his falsified claims.
    Orlin Grabbe Versus Joseph Famularo 2 Famularo's chief witness is also a liar.
    Orlin Grabbe Versus Joseph Famularo 3 Famularo says it's all Martin Hatfield's fault.
    The FBI Conspiracy Against Chuck Hayes FBI agent David Keller overrules the Court and the Assistant US Attorney.
    FBI Agent David "Killer" Keller Rides Again Keller struggles with the English language.
    Chuck Hayes and Me, Part 4 Bert Lance Visits Kentucky.
    Chuck Hayes and Me, Part 5 The deal with Gingrich.
    Jailed Chuck Hayes Claims FBI Setup, by James Norman Notes from underground.
    Famularo's Case Against Chuck Hayes Begins to Crumble Department of Justice under scrutiny.
    Hayes Claims He Will Sue FBI Agent By Sherry Price of Pulaski Week.
    Three Motions Filed by Chuck Hayes The Kentucky saga continues.
    Murder on the World Wide Web More Gobbledegook from FBI Agent David "Killer" Keller.
    Federal Justice in London, Kentucky Indicted jailer, but not Chuck Hayes, free on bond.
    The Dickheads Are Still Desperate Why Congress should withdraw all funding from the FBI.
    Judge Jennifer B. Coffman's Kangaroo Court Hayes' testimony confirms Fifth Column-induced retirements. Former drug dealer and former
    mental patient testify on behalf of government.
    Chuck Hayes vs. Lawrence W. Myers By Gail Gibson. Witness' past prompts delay in murder-plot trial
    Sex with Hillary What one has to do to get a press conference.
    Letter to Chairman, House Judiciary Committee A request to look into the activities of the Justice Department/FBI in Kentucky.
    How You Can Help Charles Hayes Three things to do.
    Police Reports on Lawrence W. Meyers Background of Lawrence "Myers" of Media Bypass fame. What he did to his friend.
    Judge Jennifer Coffman's Kangaroo Court Continues I be de judge.
    The Make-Believe World of Charles Hayes Jury decides Charles Hayes never worked for the CIA.
    Lawrence Meyers Pleads Guilty to Grand Theft Court record from 1986.
    Charles Hayes: Motion for a Directed Verdict or Mistrial The U.S. Attorney hides Lawrence "Myers" background.
    Letter of Charles Hayes to Montana Senate Drugs and money laundering in Montana.
    Government Used False CIA Affidavits, Defense Says Lawrence Myers dismissed from military for mental condition.
    Letter of Chip Tatum to Montana Senate More on FBI drug-smuggling in Montana.
    Spook Wars in Cyberspace, by Dick Russell Is the FBI Railroading Charles Hayes?
    Is Bill Clinton Obstructing Justice in Hayes Case? Judge has tête-à-tête with President at the Watergate Hotel.
    Mexican Madness Pendejo in paradise.
    Chuck Hayes Testimony Regarding His CIA Files
    Letter re Charles Hayes
    Hayes on CIA, PROMIS, Fifth Column, Foster, and DOJ
    Chuck Hayes Prognosticates from Prison, by Rich Azar
    Charles Hayes: A Prison Interview, by Wesley Phelan The Future of Politics.
    Letter to Chuck Hayes
    Court Testimony Regarding Lawrence Myers Why is this convicted thief and psychiatric case running free while Chuck Hayes is in jail?
    Charles S. Hayes Sentencing Transcript Judge Jenny places presentence investigation report under seal!
    James Norman's Letter to Warden of Manchester Prison
    New Address for Chuck Hayes
    Judge Jennifer B. Coffman Coaches the Prosecution How to deal with the testimony of (Convicted Felon) Lawrence Myers and (FBI Agent) Steve Brannon.

    On July 25, 1997, despite a presentence investigation report that recommended that Charles Hayes be sentenced to time served (i.e. immediately released), Judge Jennifer B. Coffman sentenced Charles Hayes to the federal maximum of 10 years in prison.

    How You Can Help Charles Hayes

    Allegations Regarding Vince Foster, the NSA, and
    Banking Transactions Spying

    A series exploring the murder of Vince Foster, who--among other duties-- was an overseer of an NSA project to spy on banking transactions. The series begins with a memo by Jim Norman, Senior Editor at Forbes, to Mike McCurry of the White House Press Office inquiring about the espionage activities of Vince Foster. Then (reflecting my own on-going investigation) it gradually branches out into relevant background issues necessary to understand pieces of the story. Finally, it converges back to Foster's final days.

    Most of the people who have an opinion on this issue have never done any investigation themselves, and the few who have long ago buried their heads in the flora of Ft. Marcy Park and never looked at the larger picture.

    Foster was under counter-intelligence investigation when he died. Nearly every investigator misses this part of the picture. Did these activities lead to his death? Or did others take advantage of the circumstances to rid themselves of someone who might talk? Neither question can be answered until the actual killer(s) is (are) identified.

    Part 1 Jim Norman sends a memo to the White House, which leaks it to a Starr assistant.
    Part 2 Charles O. Morgan threatens to sue anyone who says Systematics has a relationship with the NSA.
    Part 3 Vince Foster oversaw covert money laundering at Systematics.
    Part 4 Hillary Clinton and Web Hubbell represented Systematics during the BCCI takeover of First American.
    Part 5 Philosophical musings on the meaning of this investigation.
    Part 6 The curious tenacles (and strange denials) of Systematics.
    Part 7 Virtual realities in the media and banking. Israel as a virtual nuclear power.
    Part 8 Caspar Weinberger's Swiss account. Israel's nuclear spying.
    Part 9 Cover-up by House Banking Committee investigators.
    Part 10 BCCI, money laundering, and the nuclear weapons programs of Pakistan and Israel.
    Part 11 Money laundering and the intelligence community.
    Part 12 The Cabazon Indian reservation, PROMIS, BCCI, and the death of Danny Casolaro.
    Part 13 NSA's PROMIS virus, Mellon money laundering, and Vince Foster's blue NSA notebook.
    Part 14 Letter of advice to the Pittsburgh-based nuclear network.
    Part 15 What role is really being played by Richard Mellon Scaife?
    Part 16 The NSA worm. Federal Reserve money laundering.
    Part 17 Sheila Foster Anthony effects a $286,000 wire transfer to her sister-in-law Lisa Foster four days before Vince Foster's death.
    Part 18 Gaping holes in the investigation of the death of Vince Foster.
    Part 19 The modern triangular trade, the parallels between Arkansas and Pittsburgh, and why Jim Norman is in trouble.
    Part 20 Genealogy--mine and the Mellons.
    Part 21 The Meadors hearing and the problems of Mellon bank.
    Part 22 James Hamilton doesn't get a chance to deny the $286,000 wire transfer by Sheila Anthony.
    Part 23 Bush spies on Perot. The blonde hairs found on Foster's body.
    Part 24 The Foster hit appears unprofessional, and to have taken the White House by surprise.
    Part 25 The global money laundering operation.
    Part 26 Abner Mikva resigns. Did Foster have knowledge of too many felonies?
    Part 27 Earl Brian, who sold the PROMIS software around the world, is under indictment in California.
    Part 28 SIOP: the Single Integrated Operational Plan for Nuclear War.
    Part 29 How Jackson Stephens brought the Global Laundry to America.
    Part 30 The National Programs Office and the drugs- for-arms operation at Mena and other secured facilities.
    Part 31 Death and the empire of Jackson Stephens.
    Part 32 Questions concerning the death of Vince Foster.
    Part 33 How to launder money. Clinton's CIA connection. The Mossad panics.
    Part 34 Mossad agents forced to leave the country after putting out a contract on a Foster investigator.
    Part 35 The Mossad team in Vince Foster's apartment, and Foster's final movements.
    Part 36 Mike Wallace accepts a $150,000 bribe from the DNC to debunk the notion Vince Foster was murdered.
    Part 37 The House Committee on Banking asks the NSA about PROMIS software and money-laundering in Arkansas.
    Part 38 Chuck Hayes investigates drug-money laundering, while the House Committee on Banking kisses NSA butt.
    Part 39 Why the Fifth Column is necessary: "I don't want another Danny Casolaro on my hands."
    Part 40 Bert Lance visits Kentucky.
    Part 41 The deal with Gingrich.

    Other Foster Resources

    America's Dreyfus Affair: The Case of the Death of Vince Foster Parts 1-6. Essay by David Martin.
    Vince Foster and the NSA Charles R. Smith on Vince Foster and the Clipper Chip.
    Parallels Between the Deaths of Tommy Burkett and Vince Foster Hugh Turley shows there is consistency in the technology of assisted "suicide".
    Ft. Marcy Park Witness Patrick Knowlton Lawsuit Second Amended Complaint, October 1998
    Clinton Meets Columbo Oval office showdown.
    The Starr Report with the Knowlton Appendix Microsoft Word document. Includes exhibits.
    Vince Foster FBI Files Online

    Miscellaneous Articles and Essays

    My Resume I do consulting. Unlike the free information on this web page, it comes at a high price.
    In Praise of Chaos Speech given to the Eris Society in August 1993. Since reprinted in Liberty (March 1994) and the SIRS Renaissance electronic data base (1995).
    Eloge du Chaos French translation of "In Praise of Chaos"
    Cuba de mi Amor Music to your ears.
    Memories of Pasadena A personal memoir. Appeared in Laissez Faire City Times, Vol 5, No 2, Jan. 8, 2001.
    A Derivative Life A personal memoir. Appeared in Laissez Faire City Times, Vol 5, No 15, April 9, 2001.

    Short Stories

    Keys Published in Laissez Faire City Times, Vol 2, No 34, Oct 19, 1998.
    Agrarian Life Published in Laissez Faire City Times, Vol 2, No 35, Oct 26, 1998.
    A Hundred Eighty Dollars Published in Laissez Faire City Times, Vol 2, No 36, Nov. 2, 1998.
    Karma Accountant Problems in spiritual reckoning. Published in Liberty (August 1993).
    Cover Girl Published in Laissez Faire City Times (November 1997).
    The Hat How to Survive in the East Village. Appeared in Art Times (November 1992).
    Connections The relationship between sex and quantum mechanics. Generated some fan mail from physicists. First appeared in Beet #6 (Spring 1992).
    Feed the Children Saving the world and saving oneself. Published in Liberty (May 1995).
    Dolphin Man Published in Laissez Faire City Times, Vol 3, no 40, Oct. 11, 1999.
    The Age of the Feuilleton Published in Laissez Faire City Times, Vol 3, no 42, Oct. 25, 1999.
    Waiting for Gödel Published in Laissez Faire City Times, Vol 3, no 46, Nov. 29, 1999.
    The Optimal Number of Criminals Published in Liberty (May 1992). Published in Laissez Faire City Times, Vol 5, no 37, Sept. 3, 2001.

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