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All told, governments killed more than 262 million people in the 20th century outside of wars, according to University of Hawaii political science professor R.J. Rummel. Just to give perspective on this incredible murder by government, if all these bodies were laid head to toe, with the average height being 5', then they would circle the earth ten times. Also, this democide murdered 6 times more people than died in combat in all the foreign and internal wars of the century. Finally, given popular estimates of the dead in a major nuclear war, this total democide is as though such a war did occur, but with its dead spread over a century

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Deceased--H. Tracy Hall

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"H. Tracy Hall, 88; GE chemist invented process for creating diamonds"


Thomas H. Maugh II

July 31st, 2008

Los Angeles Times

H. Tracy Hall, the physical chemist who invented the first reproducible process for making diamonds in the laboratory, kicking off a multibillion-dollar industry, died Friday at his home in Provo, Utah. He was 88 and had Alzheimer's disease and diabetes.

The feat, considered on a par with converting lead into gold, had been a goal of chemists, alchemists, physicists and scam artists for more than two centuries when Hall -- ostensibly part of a team at General Electric but working primarily on his own -- pulled it off.

Those first diamonds were small to the point of near invisibility and nowhere near the quality that might be required for jewelry. But they were perfect for a variety of industrial applications that involved cutting, grinding and polishing a range of once-intractable materials.

The material is also finding growing use in the electronics industry and, as new techniques have allowed the production of stones as large as 12 carats, in the jewelry business as well.

Hall should have received a Nobel Prize for his work, said earth scientist Robert M. Hazen of George Mason University, author of a book about the creation of the man-made diamond industry.

The search for artificial diamonds was triggered by the 1797 discovery that a diamond is a form of pure carbon, converted into crystalline form by high temperatures and pressures.

Over the centuries, researchers tried various clever ways of producing the desired conditions, occasionally claiming the production of one or more stones. But their work was never reproducible, and most observers argued that the stones had been secretly added to the experiments by sympathetic colleagues or by the researchers themselves.

When Hall joined GE's Project Superpressure at Schenectady, N.Y., in 1953, the company was in the process of purchasing a massive, $125,000 press that could generate a pressure of 1.6 million pounds per square inch in a small, confined space.

Hall had built a pressure chamber that he called the "half-belt" that had been used to create high pressures in a 35-year-old Watson-Stillman press that leaked so much water from its hydraulics that he had to wear rubber boots while working with it.

When he envisioned a better pressure chamber, the company refused to come up with the $1,000 it would require and refused him official time in the GE machine shop to build it. He persuaded a friend in the shop to do the work during off hours, and a former supervisor persuaded the company to purchase the expensive carboloy (tungsten carbide dispersed in cobalt) that he needed to produce it.

After several false starts, Hall ran a final test in the new device on Dec. 16, 1954, when other researchers in the lab had already left for Christmas vacation.

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Hall repeated the experiment several times, achieving the same results. On New Year's Eve, GE chemist Hugh H. Woodbury used Hall's equipment to perform the experiment, becoming the second person to make artificial diamonds. A week later, Hall reported his results to GE officials, who suspected that he was exaggerating his findings.

But when the experiment was repeated in front of them -- with Hall safely out of the building -- the results were the same. On Feb. 14, 1955, the company breathlessly announced that it had created the first synthetic diamonds, and the results were trumpeted in newspapers across the country.

The news release, however, implied that the diamonds had been made in the company's expensive new press.

Hall's reward? A $10 savings bond. "Big deal," he said later.

Disheartened by the lack of credit, he began looking for another job, landing at Brigham Young University in Provo, where he planned to do high-pressure research. But the federal government had slapped a secret label on the apparatus, which effectively prevented Hall from using it.

His solution was to invent another apparatus, called the tetrahedral press, that was even better and that circumvented all the patents held by GE. He published his research in a widely read journal, but shortly thereafter, the government slapped a secret label on that device as well. A few months later, however, the military lifted the veil of secrecy, and he was finally able to use the fruits of his labor.

Hall and two colleagues later started a new company called MegaDiamond in Provo, and the area still remains a nexus of synthetic diamond production.

Howard Tracy Hall was born Oct. 20, 1919, in Ogden, Utah. His childhood hero was Thomas Edison and, by the fourth grade, Hall's goal in life was to work for General Electric, which was closely associated with the inventor.

He enrolled at the University of Utah, receiving his master's degree in 1943 before spending the rest of the war years as a Navy ensign. After the war, he returned to Utah for his doctorate and ultimately persuaded GE to hire him.

He was active in the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, and he and his wife, the former Ida Rose Langford, served a mission in Zimbabwe and South Africa in 1982-83. After his formal retirement from BYU, he became a tree farmer in Payson, Utah.

Ida Rose Hall died in 2005. Hall is survived by six daughters, a son, four brothers, 35 grandchildren and 53 great-grandchildren.

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Gene Sharp
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Gene Sharp
Born January 28, 1928 (age 83)
Residence East Boston, Massachusetts[1]
Citizenship USA
Fields political science, civil resistance, nonviolent revolution
Institutions University of Massachusetts Dartmouth, Harvard University, Albert Einstein Institution
Alma mater Ohio State University, Oxford University
Influences Mohandas K. Gandhi, Henry David Thoreau, others
Gene Sharp (born January 21, 1928) is Professor Emeritus of political science at the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth.[2] He is known for his extensive writings on nonviolent struggle, which have influenced numerous anti-government resistance movements around the world.
Contents [hide]
1 Biography
2 Sharp's contributions to the theory of nonviolent resistance
3 Sharp's influence on struggles worldwide
4 Works
5 See also
6 References
7 External links

Sharp was born in Ohio,[1] the son of an itinerant Protestant minister.[3] He received a Bachelor of Arts in Social Sciences in 1949 from Ohio State University, where he also received his Master of Arts in Sociology in 1951.[4] In 1953-54, Sharp was jailed for nine months after protesting the conscription of soldiers for the Korean War.[1] In 1968, he received a Doctor of Philosophy in political theory from Oxford University.[4]
Sharp has been a professor of political science at the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth since 1972. He simultaneously held research appointments at Harvard University’s Center for International Affairs since 1965.[1] In 1983 he founded the Albert Einstein Institution, a non-profit organization devoted to studies and promotion of the use of nonviolent action in conflicts worldwide.[5]
[edit]Sharp's contributions to the theory of nonviolent resistance

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Gene Sharp described the sources of his ideas as in-depth studies of Mohandas K. Gandhi, Henry David Thoreau to a minor degree, and other sources footnoted in his 1973 book "The Politics of Nonviolent Action", which was based on his 1968 PhD thesis.[6] In the book, a "three-volume classic on civil disobedience,"[7] he provides a pragmatic political analysis of nonviolent action as a method for applying power in a conflict.
Sharp's key theme is that power is not monolithic; that is, it does not derive from some intrinsic quality of those who are in power. For Sharp, political power, the power of any state - regardless of its particular structural organization - ultimately derives from the subjects of the state. His fundamental belief is that any power structure relies upon the subjects' obedience to the orders of the ruler(s). If subjects do not obey, leaders have no power.
In Sharp's view all effective power structures have systems by which they encourage or extract obedience from their subjects. States have particularly complex systems for keeping subjects obedient. These systems include specific institutions (police, courts, regulatory bodies) but may also involve cultural dimensions that inspire obedience by implying that power is monolithic (the god cult of the Egyptian pharaohs, the dignity of the office of the President, moral or ethical norms and taboos). Through these systems, subjects are presented with a system of sanctions (imprisonment, fines, ostracism) and rewards (titles, wealth, fame) which influence the extent of their obedience.
Sharp identifies this hidden structure as providing a window of opportunity for a population to cause significant change in a state. Sharp cites the insight of √Čtienne de La Bo√©tie, that if the subjects of a particular state recognize that they are the source of the state's power they can refuse their obedience and their leader(s) will be left without power.
Sharp published Waging Nonviolent Struggle: 20th Century Practice and 21st Century Potential in 2005. It builds on his earlier written works by documenting case studies where nonviolent action has been applied, and the lessons learned from those applications, and contains information on planning nonviolent struggle to make it more effective.
For his lifelong commitment to the defense of freedom, democracy, and the reduction of political violence through scholarly analysis of the power of nonviolent action, The Peace Abbey of Sherborn, MA awarded him the Courage of Conscience award April 4, 2008.[8]
A feature documentary by Scottish director, Ruaridh Arrow, "How to Start a Revolution" about the global influence of Gene Sharp's work was released in September 2011. The film won "Best Documentary" and "The Mass Impact Award" at the Boston Film Festival in September 2011.[9] The European premiere was held at London's Raindance Film Festival on October 2nd 2011 where it also won Best Documentary.[10]
[edit]Sharp's influence on struggles worldwide

Sharp has been called both the "Machiavelli of nonviolence" and the "Clausewitz of nonviolent warfare."[11] It is claimed by some that Sharp's scholarship has influenced resistance organizations around the world. Most recently, it is claimed that the protest movement that toppled President Mubarak of Egypt drew extensively on his ideas, as well as the youth movement in Tunisia and the earlier ones in the Eastern European color revolutions that had previously been inspired by Sharp's work, although some have claimed Sharp's influence has been exaggerated by Westerners looking for a Lawrence of Arabia figure.[12][13]
Sharp's handbook From Dictatorship to Democracy served as a basis for the campaigns of Serbia's Otpor (who were also directly trained by the Albert Einstein Institute), Georgia's Kmara, Ukraine's Pora, Kyrgyzstan's KelKel and Belarus' Zubr. Pora's Oleh Kyriyenko said in a 2004 interview with Radio Netherlands,
"The bible of Pora has been the book of Gene Sharp, also used by Otpor, it's called: From Dictatorship to Democracy. Pora activists have translated it by themselves. We have written to Mr Sharp and to the Albert Einstein Institute in the United States, and he became very sympathetic towards our initiative, and the Institution provided funding to print over 12,000 copies of this book for free."[14]
Sharp's writings on "Civilian-Based Defense"[15] were used by the Lithuanian, Latvian, and Estonian governments during their separation from the Soviet Union in 1991.
The Iranian government charged protesters against alleged fraud in the 2009 elections with following Gene Sharp's tactics. The Tehran Times reported: "According to the indictment, a number of the accused confessed that the post-election unrest was preplanned and the plan was following the timetable of the velvet revolution to the extent that over 100 stages of the 198 steps of Gene Sharp were implemented in the foiled velvet revolution."[16]
This coverage produced a backlash from some Egyptians bloggers including US based journalist Hossam el-Hamalawy:
"Not only was Mubarak’s foreign policy hated and despised by the Egyptian people, but parallels were always drawn between the situation of the Egyptian people and their Palestinian brothers and sisters. The latter have been the major source of inspiration, not Gene Sharp, whose name I first heard in my life only in February after we toppled Mubarak already and whom the clueless NYT moronically gives credit for our uprising."[17]
However the Associated Press had reported as early as September 2010 more than 4 months before the revolution that Gene Sharp's work was being used by activists in Egypt close to political leader Mohammed El Baradei. The New York Times along with several other international publications reported that Sharp's book, From Dictatorship to Democracy was available for download from The Muslim Brotherhood's website throughout the revolution.

Sharp's Dictionary of Power and Struggle. Oxford University Press, 2011. ISBN 978-0199829880
Waging Nonviolent Struggle: 20th Century Practice and 21st Century Potential with Joshua Paulson, Extending Horizons Books, 2005. ISBN 978-0875581620
From dictatorship to democracy: A conceptual framework for liberation The Albert Einstein Institution, 2003. ISBN 978-1880813096
Gandhi as a Political Strategist, with Essays on Ethics and Politics. Indian edition with a new Introduction by Dr. Federico Mayor. Original Introduction by Coretta Scott King, New Delhi: Gandhi Media Centre, 1999. (See 1979 edition below.)
Nonviolent Action: A Research Guide, with Ronald McCarthy, New York: Garland Publishers, 1997.
Civilian-Based Defense: A Post-Military Weapons System, with the assistance of Bruce Jenkins, Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press, 1990. ISBN 978-0691078090
Resistance, Politics, and the American Struggle for Independence, 1765-1775, Co-editors Walter Conser, Jr., Ronald M. McCarthy, and David J. Toscano, Boulder: Lynne Rienner Publishers, 1986.
Making Europe Unconquerable: The Potential of Civilian-based Deterrence and Defense (see article), London: Taylor & Francis, 1985. ISBN 978-0850663365 Second Edition with a Foreword by George F. Kennan. Cambridge, MA: Ballinger, 1986.
National Security Through Civilian-based Defense, Omaha: Association for Transarmament Studies, 1985. ISBN 978-0961425609
Social Power and Political Freedom, Introduction by Senator Mark O. Hatfield. Boston: Porter Sargent, 1980. ISBN 978-0875580913
Gandhi as a Political Strategist, with Essays on Ethics and Politics, Introduction by Coretta Scott King. Boston: Porter Sargent, 1979. ISBN 978-0875580920
The Politics of Nonviolent Action, Introduction by Thomas C. Schelling. Prepared under the auspices of Harvard University's Center for International Affairs. Boston: Porter Sargent, 1973. ISBN 978-0875580685
I, Power and Struggle. 114 pp., June 1973. ISBN 978-0875580708
II, The Methods of Nonviolent Action. 348 pp., June 1973. ISBN 978-0875580715
III, Dynamics of Nonviolent Action. 466 pp. Boston: Porter Sargent, November 1985. ISBN 978-0875580722
Exploring Nonviolent Alternatives, Introduction by David Riesman. Boston: Porter Sargent, 1970.
Civilian Defense: An Introduction, co-editors Adam Roberts and T.K. Mahadevan. Introductory statement by President Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan. Bombay: Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan, and New Delhi: Gandhi Peace Foundation, 1967.
Gandhi Wields the Weapon of Moral Power: Three Case Histories, Foreword by Albert Einstein. Introduction by Bharatan Kumarappa. Ahmedabad: Navajivan Publishing House, 1960.
[edit]See also


^ a b c d e Ruaridh, Arrow (21 February 2011). "Gene Sharp: Author of the nonviolent revolution rulebook". BBC. Retrieved 22 February 2011.
^ "Gene Sharp: Author of the nonviolent revolution rulebook". BBC News. February 21, 2011.
^ Philip Shishkin (2008, Sep. 13), "American Revolutionary: Quiet Boston Scholar Inspires Rebels Around the World". Wall Street Journal, p. A1.
^ a b "GENE SHARP A Biographical Profile". Canadian Centres for Teaching Peace. Retrieved 22 February 2011.
^ Gene Sharp biography at Albert Einstein Institution web site.
^ Sharp, Gene (2007-06-12). "Corrections - an open letter from Gene Sharp". Voltaire Network. Archived from the original on 2010-10-12. Retrieved 2010-10-12.
^ Walker, Jesse (May 1, 2010). "Protect & Serve". The American Conservative.
^ The Peace Abbey Courage of Conscience Recipients List
^ 2011 Boston Film Festival (schedule) (accessed 8 Sep 2011)
^ [1] (accessed 8 Sep 2011)
^ Weber, Thomas (2004). Gandhi as Disciple and Mentor. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. p. 232. ISBN 9780521842303.
^ KIRKPATRICK, DAVID and SANGER, DAVID (2011-02-13). "A Tunisian-Egyptian Link That Shook Arab History". New York Times. pp. 1. Retrieved 2011-02-13.
^ Walker, Jesse (2011-02-25) Teaching People Power, Reason
^ "Radio Netherlands". 2011-02-13. Retrieved 2011-02-13.
^ [See, for example, Sharp, Gene] Civilian-based Defense
^ [Tehran Times, August 2, 2009,]
^ "Nabil Fahmy: ‘This revolution actually serves Israel as well’". 2011-04-17. Retrieved 2011-04-28.
[edit]External links

Wikisource has original text related to this article:
Gene Sharp
The Albert Einstein Institution's web site offers many of Gene Sharp works for download, in English and in over sixty translations.
198 Methods of Nonviolent Action
Seven Downloadable Online Books by Gene Sharp at the Online Books Page
Works by or about Gene Sharp in libraries (WorldCat catalog)
Gene Sharp: A Biographical Profile at Canadian Centres for Teaching Peace
Interview: Gene Sharp, Noreen Shanahan, The New Internationalist, November 5, 1997
Teaching People Power, interview with Reason magazine (Feb. 25, 2011)
U.S. Advice Guided Milosevic Opposition, Michael Dobbs, Washington Post, December 11, 2000
Gene Sharp 101, Metta Spencer, Peace Magazine, July-Sept 2003
Ukraine: The Resistance Will Not Stop, Margreet Strijbosch, Radio Netherlands, November 25, 2004
The dictator slayer, Adam Reilly, The Boston Phoenix, December 5, 2007
American Revolutionary: Quiet Boston Scholar Inspires Rebels Around the World, Philip Shishkin, Wall Street Journal, September 13, 2008; Page A1.
Revolution of the mind, Farah Stockman, Boston Globe, December 20, 2009
Shy U.S. Intellectual Created Playbook Used in a Revolution, Sheryl Gay Stolberg, The New York Times, February 16, 2011
Gene Sharp: Author of the nonviolent revolution rulebook, Ruaridh Arrow (director of "Gene Sharp - How to Start a Revolution" film), BBC News, February 21, 2011
Gene Sharp on Non-Violent Revolution, As It Happens, February 23, 2011

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