THE MADHOUSE
PROJECTS

Book Summary

It is about Dick Thurman and the people who work at an underground research and development installation named the Madhouse in Arizona. He works on flywheel-powered electric cars; one which he drives to victory at the 2037 Indy 500. It deals with various projects done in the world to make it better and the opposition met by people from the Madhouse. Success could threaten a lot of people who favor the status quo as opposed to solving problems sometimes considered unsolvable.

Other Book:

The Russian Madhouse

The Russian Madhouse features an automotive engineer who becomes a director at an underground research and development installation in Siberia. He convinced the Russian President who looks like Stalin to start the installation that is referred to as the facility. Dick Thurman and his wife Kate arrive in February 2040 in a flying car.

The Russia President is shown weapons and enhanced humans he wants to use to rebuild his military that was almost destroyed in Israel. He also samples Russian Madhouse vodka and promotes it. Some are taken to Mars aboard spaceplane flown by a former nude model who is now a Christian Rocket scientist. On the way to Mars, the spaceplane is intercepted by the Starship Aremulac and Dick, Kate and Maria experience programs of various scenarios on their way to alien empire.

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About the Author

Rick Badman has been a Christian since he was six years old and has been interested in the future nearly as long. He looks forward to the future despite the bad things ahead. Rick has confidence the future in general will be better than most people can imagine. He wants to be a part of that fantastic future he writes about.

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