3 edition of China Syndrome, The found in the catalog.
April 15, 2003
by Harvest Moon Publishing
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||280|
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Deftly tracking a mysterious viral killer from the bedside of one of the first victims to China's overwhelmed hospital wards—from cutting-edge labs where researchers struggle to identify the virus to the war rooms at the World Health Organization headquarters in Geneva—China Syndrome takes readers on a gripping ride that blows through the Chinese government's effort to cover up the Cited by: This book is authored by a former editor of Time Asia magazine, based in Hong Kong.
As such, he was in the unique position to report on the SARS epidemic as the contagion spread from mainland China to the former British colony. This book gives a very detailed timeline of the virus' deadly reach/5.
China Syndrome, an intensely compelling and unrivaled exploration of the first epidemic of the twenty-first century, explores how globalization, coupled with rampant development, is ushering in a terrifying new chapter in the history of human health/5(44).
China Syndrome is one of the latest, and it stands favorably with the best in the genre. The book tells the story of the virus itself, the people who were struck down by it, and the people whose task was to track the virus down and stop it before it burned through a big part of human civilization/5(39).
The China Syndrome Paperback – January The book, by Burton Wohl (Author)Cited by: Deftly tracking a mysterious viral killer from the bedside of one of the first victims to China’s overwhelmed hospital wards—from cutting-edge labs where researchers struggle to identify the virus to the war rooms at the World Health Organization headquarters in Geneva—China Syndrome takes readers on a gripping ride that blows through the Chinese government’s effort to cover up the disease and /5(25).
Pre-publication book reviews and features keeping readers and industry influencers in the know since CHINA SYNDROME A horseracing track in Hong Kong marked the debut there of what became known as SARS—Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome—and its management feared that this new disease would result in the deaths of at least a.
Well-written, I want to now see, "The Making of the China Syndrome" to find out what was cut out of it, and how much pressure the makers of this movie were under.
Just one thing: The movie Cher was in, in which she's run off the road, was also about a nuclear plant, and a worker who knows the truth about the apathy to safety at high levels of the plant.
The China study: The Most Comprehensive Study of Nutrition Ever Conducted and the Startling Implications for Diet, Weight Loss and Long-term Health is a book by T. Colin Campbell and his son, Thomas M.
Campbell II. The book is titled The China Study, and it was written by T. Campbell and T. Campbell. Its subject is nutrition, the subject matter best left to professional nutritionists, in the opinion of myself and many others so I thought.
Shelves: fiction, nuclear-warfare, science, thriller The basis for the amazing and chilling film by the same name, The China Syndrome is an incredibly thrilling book which tries to sound an alarm about science going too far, very timely for the days of the Cold War.
flag 29 likes Like see review Donald rated it did not like it/5. Directed by Rob Schiller. With Kevin James, Leah Remini, Victor Williams, Patton Oswalt. Carrie discovers that their Chinese baby is ready for adoption, but Doug wants to end the marriage because she didn't give up her apartment in Manhattan.
Meanwhile, Arthur is forced to find a replacement bride for his wedding. “China Syndrome is a fast-moving, truth-is-stranger-than-fiction thriller that doubles as an excellent primer of emerging infections for scientists and laypeople alike.
But that’s not all. For readers more captivated by world politics than by microbiology, its chief strength, beyond the. China Syndrome The author provides a history of the SARS Outbreak that was very helpful in understanding the current Coronavirus Pandemic.
I recommend this book to anyone seeking to understand how a coronavirus could spread rapidly to multiple /5(8). China Syndrome: The Killer Virus That Crashed the Middle Kingdom Karl Taro Greenfeld, Author.
HarperCollins $ (p) ISBN Buy this book Greenfeld's ground zero. "China Syndrome is a timely and frightening reminder that our increasingly heavily populated, high-speed and mobile world has become one big Petri dish of potential pestilence.
The only antidote is an active and open media and a responsive and truthful system of public information and health.
This book is both a first step towards that goal and Reviews: “China Syndrome is a fast-moving, truth-is-stranger-than-fiction thriller that doubles as an excellent primer of emerging infections for scientists and lay.
The China Syndrome seeks to decipher the complex, multi-layered relationship between the two countries, and the strategy or lack of it in India's China policy. Given the emerging scenario, it is a subject of considerable interest.
China Syndrome may refer to: "China syndrome", a nuclear meltdown scenario so named for the fanciful idea that there would be nothing to stop the meltdown tunneling its way to the other side of the world ("China") The China Syndrome, a film inspired by the scenario "China Syndrome", the final episode of the television sitcom The King of Queens See also.
China Syndrome: Karl Taro Greenfeld: Paperback: History book. The China syndrome (loss-of-coolant accident) is a hypothetical nuclear reactor operations accident characterized by the severe meltdown of the core components of the reactor, which then burn through the containment vessel and the housing building, then (figuratively) through the crust and body of the Earth until reaching the opposite side.The two scientists determine that the plant very nearly went into meltdown, called the "China Syndrome" where the nuclear material heats beyond the capacity of the plant's personnel and safety systems to stop it.
Reaching ground water under the plant, the material would explode into the atmosphere, rendering most of southern California. A soundtrack experiment for a scene from the film "The China Syndrome." This electronic soundtrack uses manipulated sounds from within the clip (mostly alarm bells), a highly out-of-tune piano and.