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This comprehensive, scholarly text offers extensive biographical detail and full coverage of psychology's preth century philosophical and scientific roots. The authors make connections between recent developments in psychometrics and biological, social, and cognitive psychology and their historical roots through current articles and references.
Charlie Thorne is a genius. Charlie Thorne is a thief. Fearing what would happen if the equation fell into the wrong hands, he hid it. But now, a diabolical group known as the Furies are closing in on its location. In desperation, a team of CIA agents drags Charlie into the hunt, needing her brilliance to find it first—even though this means placing her life in grave danger.
In a breakneck adventure that spans the globe, Charlie must crack a complex code created by Einstein himself, struggle to survive in a world where no one can be trusted, and fight to keep the last equation safe once and for all.
Stuart lives with his family in Los Angeles. Gibbs knows how to write a real page-burner. Charlie Thorne is a younger, smarter, cooler version of Jason Bourne. After this explosive start, young readers will eagerly await her next adventure.
Tell us what you like and we'll recommend books you'll love. Sign up and get a free eBook! By Stuart Gibbs. Table of Contents Excerpt Rave and Reviews. About The Book. But then Carter gave a slight nod, conceding that he was right, and sat back in her chair to think. Dante had seen the director lapse into deep thought before, though never when he was the only one in the room with her. The previous times, he had been a junior agent, relegated to the background, expected only to observe and keep his mouth shut.
She had been known to not say anything for up to ten minutes, during which she expected complete silence. This could be awkward for the other agents in the room, but they all greatly respected Carter—revered her even—and so they dealt with it.
Jamilla Carter was in her sixties, the rare CIA director who had risen to the job by being an exceptional agent rather than a political appointee. Her piercing brown eyes stood out against her dark skin. She had been an analyst, rather than a field operative, but then, most CIA employees were analysts, and Carter was one of the best.
Carter was in analysis mode now. She picked up the file Dante had assembled on Charlie Thorne and leafed through it for what was probably the twentieth time that day. Dante grew uncomfortable watching her, so he let his gaze drift out the window.
It was January and the sky was roofed with gray clouds. Squalls of snowflakes swirled outside the window. Even on a sunny day, the buildings of CIA headquarters were drab; today they looked ominous and foreboding. If Charlie had been ten years older, this would have been a huge asset. She could have passed for a very tan white person, a light-skinned black person, or Hispanic or Arab or Indian, or even partly Chinese. Looks like that would allow you to blend in anywhere on earth, to pass yourself off as almost any culture if you could speak the language.
It was because of her intelligence. Her IQ was off the charts. Carter flipped through the psych reports again. She had read them twice already.
The second time, she had marked them with a red pen, circling words or phrases that were important to her, for reasons that were good or bad. Finally, she looked back at Dante. She has a photographic memory. Her mind is wired differently than ours. She knows everything about everything. Science, history, art. But there are other characteristics of her personality that are more worrisome.
Disrespectful of authority. Anyone that brilliant is going to chafe at authority. So maybe we need someone as smart as Einstein to find it. And the closest person we have to Einstein right now is her. Agent Garcia was mentally gifted himself; that was why Director Carter was even sitting here with him, considering his radical suggestion, when she had a thousand other things to do.
Like dealing with the fallout from Bern. Dante was only twenty-eight, but he had already proved himself in the field many times, rising rapidly through the ranks. Like Charlie Thorne, he was a blend of races, able to pass as almost any ethnicity he wanted, meaning he had served all over the world. And in rather spectacular fashion. The kid was a risky play, for sure. And yet, as Agent Garcia had said, these were desperate times. Only you and one other agent. If it helps, you can select whoever you want.
Even though she had thousands of agents working under her, she knew exactly who Moon was. The fact that Dante had named her so quickly simply confirmed his intelligence to her. And then go find Pandora. About The Author. Photo courtesy of the author. Stuart Gibbs. Product Details. Raves and Reviews. Awards and Honors. Resources and Downloads. Charlie Thorne and the Last Equation pdf.
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This comprehensive, scholarly text offers extensive biographical detail and full coverage of psychologys preth century philosophical and scientific roots. The authors make connections between recent developments in psychometrics and biological,MoreThis comprehensive, scholarly text offers extensive biographical detail and full coverage of psychologys preth century philosophical and scientific roots. The authors make connections between recent developments in psychometrics and biological, social, and cognitive psychology and their historical roots through current articles and references. This critical-thinking approach, combined with groundbreaking pedagogy, makes the text interesting and accessible to students and helps them understand the thinking processes that led to major psychological discoveries, as well as how they relate to contemporary specialty areas. Although he is a majestic rider, one should not see John Grady Cole as an allegorical bad, but should simply be described as Gothic or classic.
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Charlie Thorne is a genius. Charlie Thorne is a thief. Fearing what would happen if the equation fell into the wrong hands, he hid it. But now, a diabolical group known as the Furies are closing in on its location. In desperation, a team of CIA agents drags Charlie into the hunt, needing her brilliance to find it first—even though this means placing her life in grave danger. In a breakneck adventure that spans the globe, Charlie must crack a complex code created by Einstein himself, struggle to survive in a world where no one can be trusted, and fight to keep the last equation safe once and for all.
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The Lost Millennium: Psychology During the Middle Ages
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The medieval period—roughly the 1, years from the classical Greco-Roman age to the Renaissance and modern era—has long been neglected in the history of psychology. Various reasons have been offered for why this period is treated so lightly, for example, that it was a Dark Age, or that it was dominated by anti-intellectual Christian thought. This essay challenges such reasoning and, in conjunction with critiquing these obstacles to inquiry, provides a cursory sketch of some of the more interesting figures of this millennium to stimulate psychologists to reconsider this era. This is a preview of subscription content, access via your institution.
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А вместо этого он заразил вирусом главный банк данных Агентства национальной безопасности. И этот вирус уже невозможно остановить - разве что вырубить электроэнергию и тем самым стереть миллиарды бит ценнейшей информации. Спасти ситуацию может только кольцо, и если Дэвид до сих пор его не нашел… - Мы должны выключить ТРАНСТЕКСТ! - Сьюзан решила взять дело в свои руки.
- С возвращением, сэр.
В этот момент в тридцати метрах от них, как бы отвергая мерзкие признания Стратмора, ТРАНСТЕКСТ издал дикий, душераздирающий вопль. Звук был совершенно новым - глубинным, зловещим, нарастающим, похожим на змею, выползающую из бездонной шахты. Похоже, фреон не достиг нижней части корпуса.
Любое подозрение об изменении Цифровой крепости могло разрушить весь замысел коммандера. Только сейчас она поняла, почему он настаивал на том, чтобы ТРАНСТЕКСТ продолжал работать. Если Цифровой крепости суждено стать любимой игрушкой АНБ, Стратмор хотел убедиться, что взломать ее невозможно.
Потому что дело именно в. Он что-то скрывает. Джабба вытаращил глаза: - Мидж, дорогая. Я по уши опутан кабелем.