A Tribute to Israeli Scientific Achievements

Posted: April 17, 2013 in Uncategorized

My friend Matt, for reasons listed in the article, wrote an article showing some of the contributions Israel has made in the fields of science, medicine, and technology, in honor of Israeli Independence Day. I strongly encourage you to read this article and see how Israel is helping to change the world in positive ways. You may learn something interesting…like perhaps the cell phone came from Israel, or that Israel made those camera-pills everyone’s heard about.

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jerusalem_israelWelcome everyone to my first special-request piece! As some of you who read this blog regularly may know, I was recently done a solid by a friend who brought the existence of my latest book (Whiskey Delta) to the attention of Max Brooks, Mr. World War Z man himself! Because of this, I told him he was entitled to favor, redeemable whenever he saw fit. Especially if the favor he did me allowed me to make it big!

Emblem_of_Israel.svgMuch to my surprise, he called it in early. Yes, instead of waiting for me to become a success and demanding 50 grand and pony, he asked that I do a tribute piece in honor of Israeli Independence Day, one that acknowledges the collective scientific, medical and technological achievements of this nation.

So hang tight. Not the easiest thing in the world to sum up an entire nation’s contributions in several fields…

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