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The “Passion” of John Galt (or the end of Jim Taggart)

Atlas Shrugged – Day 102 – pp. 1140-1149 No it ain’t. “Long coils of wire, like the twisted arms of an octopus, stretched forward across the stone floor, from the machine to a leather mattress spread under a cone of violent light. John Galt lay strapped to the mattress, He as naked; the small metal […]
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Project X and Project F

Atlas Shrugged – Day 101… – pp. 1130-1139 Rushing to the end…. What did Dr S see???
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Project X – pt. 2

Atlas Shrugged – Day 076 – pp. 822-831 “Project X,” Dr. Ferris was saying, “was devoted to some special research in the field of sound. The science of sounds has astonishing aspects, which laymen would scarcely suspect… And it was discovered that there are certain frequencies of sound vibration which no structure, organic or inorganic […]
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Project X

Atlas Shrugged – Day 075 – pp. 812-821 But then again, maybe I judge too harshly. Self-interest is the thing that Rand is all about, and Galt is looking out for his interests. OK, maybe he’s not such a liar… Maybe. Anyway, as they’re saying goodnight, Dagny bursts into a stream of Galt-worship that come […]
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Beating yourself with the blackjack

Atlas Shrugged – Day 057 – pp. 559-568 To climb into Hank’s head for the moment, I’d guess that he thinks they have some evidence about his black market dealings or over-pouring Rearden Metal or something like that. Dr F pulls a stack of copies out of his brief case. Hotel registries with the name […]
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“. . .if discovered. . .”

Atlas Shrugged – Day 044 – pp. 429-438 Busted. “He stood like a man in military uniform at some official proceedings where emotions could not be permitted to exist.” “Aren’t you going to try to justify yourself?” “No.” “Aren’t you going to start begging my forgiveness?”
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The book of absolution

Atlas Shrugged – Day 035 – pp. 339-348 Part II – Either-Or. (What the hell was Part I called? “Non-Contradiction.”  Uh Huh. . .) Chapter I (we’re resetting the counter.) The Man Who Belonged on Earth. (?) It’s the book. We are in Dr Stadler’s office. He’s waiting for Dr. Ferris to arrive. He is […]
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