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==Career==
 
==Career==
 
Morrow has worked in a variety of organizations, primarily as a software engineer. He has recently made a startling proposal for the active control of world population which he calls Infantile Lottery Sterilization and which he suggests might lead to a basis for long-term global security and progress in safeguarding the world from avoidable nuclear warfare.<ref>[http://www.thermo4thermo.org/ Thermostat for Thermonuclear War]</ref>
 
Morrow has worked in a variety of organizations, primarily as a software engineer. He has recently made a startling proposal for the active control of world population which he calls Infantile Lottery Sterilization and which he suggests might lead to a basis for long-term global security and progress in safeguarding the world from avoidable nuclear warfare.<ref>[http://www.thermo4thermo.org/ Thermostat for Thermonuclear War]</ref>
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He seems to have had a thing for Elizabeth Morgan now for a while.<ref>[http://knol.google.com/k/elizabeth-morgan# Elizabeth Morgan]. He seems to own the phrase [http://www.google.com/#tracking+banned+user tracking banned user] for some reason.
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==Notes==
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==External links==
 
==External links==

Revision as of 16:35, 12 March 2010

Andrew W. Morrow is a highly-trained Chemical Engineer and experienced software engineer. He graduated from RPI in 1983 with a B.S. in Chem. Eng. and has since made his living primarily as a software engineer.

Career

Morrow has worked in a variety of organizations, primarily as a software engineer. He has recently made a startling proposal for the active control of world population which he calls Infantile Lottery Sterilization and which he suggests might lead to a basis for long-term global security and progress in safeguarding the world from avoidable nuclear warfare.[1]

He seems to have had a thing for Elizabeth Morgan now for a while.<ref>Elizabeth Morgan. He seems to own the phrase tracking banned user for some reason.

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External links