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Hell in a Halfway House

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Hell in a Half-Way House is a fictional account of Will Freeman's integration into society.


Will's halfway house experience parallels much of what's to come in a world of a free and autonomous agency. Over six months, Will experiences a 100 person population attrition prior to his release.[1] Once he is the "last man standing" his integration is complete. Feelings of loneliness so permanent that not even Atlas could shrug the weight of the world on his shoulders. This book is about letting go, accepting and moving forward.

The opposite of attrition bias[2] is learning and the opposite of learning is dementia. Attrition bias[2:1] and dementia are one and the same. Möbius.

  1. Accessed via Wikipedia - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Halfway_house#Types ↩︎

  2. Attrition bias accessed on Sunday, April 15, 2017, from the Cochrane Handbook - http://handbook.cochrane.org/chapter_8/8_4_introduction_to_sources_of_bias_in_clinical_trials.htm ↩︎ ↩︎

Daniel Sanderson

Daniel Sanderson

Max Planck, The Ship of Theseus, an organic platform for authors, and the soothing consumption of knowledge (like a warm cup of coffee) were all incipit inspirations for the ontology of planksip®.

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