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The movie begins \"last night\" in San Pedro, Calif., where an enormous explosion rips apart a ship. Who set the explosion Why A cop named Kujan (Chazz Palminteri) wants to know. He has one witness to question: a shifty-eyed, club-footed criminal named Verbal, played by Kevin Spacey with the wounded innocence of a kid who ate all the cookies. Kujan and Verbal are closeted much of the time in the cop's cluttered office, where Verbal lives up to his name by telling a story so complicated that I finally gave up trying to keep track of it, and just filed further information under \"More Complications.\" The story is told in flashback. We learn about a truck hijacking some weeks earlier, and the five suspects who were picked up by the police. They're a mixed bag of low-life characters, played by Gabriel Byrne, Stephen Baldwin, Benicio Del Toro and Kevin Pollak, in addition to Spacey. I'm not sure if they were all involved in the hijacking, but the way Verbal tells it, in jail they began to plot a much larger crime, involving millions of dollars of cocaine.
Unusual Suspects is an American documentary television program on Investigation Discovery. The program debuted on June 21, 2010. It showcases many of the most shocking and difficult cases in law enforcement history, and also sheds light on the investigations that led to the arrest of the culprits. On June 17, 2016, the show was cancelled due to notices of termination by Discovery. In October 2017, the program returned to Investigation Discovery, now with the subtitle Deadly Intent. Although some online sources state that Deadly Intent is the ninth season of the show, Investigation Discovery officially presents it on its website as a new production on its first season.
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Six years ago, Mathieu Dubois published a remarkable and intelligent first monograph, his transnational study of Franco-German youth radicalisation in the world of party politics on both sides of the Rhine. In his 2014 published Génération politique1 the author provides impressive evidence that youth radicalisation went far beyond the usual suspects from the social democratic Young Socialists leftwards and likewise affected liberal, Gaullist and Christian Democratic youth milieus just as much. In his second monograph, the author once again showcases his penchant for stimulating and unusual subjects, from which much can be learned even by experts in the field.
As the subtitle suggests, the First World War, with its unintended consequences, unbridled imperial ambitions, and a complicated maze of duplicitous dealings among untrusting allies, underlies the making of the modern Middle East. One could easily add martial lunacy to this list of horribles, as this brief but highly relevant treatment of Britain's mismanagement of the Gallipoli, Mesopotamia, and Gaza campaigns will attest.
None of this is news, but the topic has garnered a great deal of attention in recent years. Anderson covers the familiar ground well, outlining the political, diplomatic, military, and economic drivers of imperial ambitions as the Western allies plotted the dismantling of the Ottoman Empire. In telling this tale Anderson discusses the usual suspects: Mark Sykes, Henry McMahon, King Husayn, Faisal ibn Husayn, Lord Kitchener, and a host of others. More interestingly, however, he ties in as well a number of...
The author James D. Stein, has been involved as a mathematics professor,in mathematics education in several ways. This mightexplain his engagement in writing popular books on mathematics and sciences. For example in How Math Explains the World (2008) he illustrateshow mathematics are needed to deal with physics, and hence with our dailylives (from car repair to modern physics as the subtitle states).Another of his books that was quite successful is called Cosmic Numbers (2011)in which he discusses the 13 constants that make physics work as it doeshere on Earth (gravitational constant, speed of light, absolute zero, Planck and Boltzmann constant, etc.).Hence their values are the prerequisites for life forms as we know it
His latest book that is under review here is again illustratingsome mathematical problems that sooner or later everybody could be confronted with.In this case, he embeds the problems in 14 episodes of a detective series.This is not the first time this has been done. In such episodes, the herousually has to solve the whodunit question using logical deduction.Thus, if it is not mathematics, then it is at least the logic that is important.
As for the mathematics that are involved, these are easily accessible and do not requireany advanced mathematical training.The usual suspects (and some less common topics) make their appearence:probability (elementary discrete probabilities, conditional probability, the Monty hall problem etc),logic and set theory, percent computations and usual errors made incalculations, compound interest,arithmetic progression, solving algebraic equations, statistics (normal and binomial distributions),game theory and voting systems (Arrow's impossibility theorem),graph theory (traveling salesman problem) and others.The problems are well intertwined with the fiction, and both are equally important. Some examples:Political parties are mutually accusing the other of embezzling a lot of moneywhich turns out to be explained by wrongly computing percentages.Freddy misses an appointment because average driving speeds were wrongly calculated.Arithmetic progression is needed when Freddy wants to quit smoking by reducingthe rate by one cigaret a day. And so on and so further.Several of the problems (mainly towards the end) are related to sports: baseball,(American) football, basket, and horse racing and related betting.Here of course game theory and probabilityare important. However, the rules of the particular sports and the sports herosthat are like semi-gods in America will be very recognizable in the USA,but this might be a stumbling block for non-Americans.Moreover there is also a whole lot of argot needed to understand the bettings.There is an extra (two-page) appendix with some explanation on sports betting and a list of references to read more about them (these arethe only references this book contains).For the complete outsiders, this might require much more effort to get used to thanthe mathematics involved. 59ce067264