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Table of Contents

9-1 HAL 2001 BOOK 1 HOMICIDAL MANIA

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Detailed Character Descriptions

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9-2 HAL 2001 BOOK 2 HE IS NOT MY SON!

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9-3 HAL 2001 BOOK 3 LIGHT RAIL-LESS TRANSIT SYSTEM

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9-4 HAL 2001 BOOK 4 THE HAND OF HELL

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9-5 PLUTARCH BOOK 1 THE CONDORS

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9-6 PLUTARCH BOOK 2 GOING HOME

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9-7 PLUTARCH BOOK 3 DIVIDE AND CONQUER

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9-8 STAR RIDER BOOK 1 THE SIDE EFFECTS

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9-9 STAR RIDER BOOK 2 ELEUTHERA

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9-10 STAR RIDER BOOK 3 THE HISTORIAN

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9-1 HAL 2001 BOOK 1 HOMICIDAL MANIA

Plot Summary - Chapter by Chapter Breakdown

In a Nutshell: Tom Sheffield is a professor of high-tech engineering at the University City. His assistant is a robot by the name of Hal 2001. The year is 2075. Most tasks are done by robots these days. These AI (Artificially Intelligent) wonders are more than thinking for themselves, they have “feelings”. Hal considered it his duty to play nasty pranks on the would-be “criminal elements” throughout campus. He had read everything there was to be read about crime and detection. He was, according to him, an expert in the matter. But when Tom’s sweetheart gets killed, Hal is suspected to have committed murder. Tom and Detective Peron will soon discover that the victim, Isabelle Whitfield has recently delved into the question of homicidal mania. Unfortunately, she is the latest victim in a string of homicides that have remained unsolved until Tom and Detective Peron unmasked the university dean for his crimes.

Part One - Rising Tension

Chapter One

CH 1/Scene 1 – If anyone asked him where he was born, Tom Sheffield would have a hard time answering the question. He vaguely recall his mother talk about a place “up north” where his family lived in a bungalow – one of those pre-fab mobile constructions – which every family acquired when the parents got their marriage license. When Tom moved out, as most boys of his age, he re-located at the University City. Today, he lives with his teaching assistant in a townhouse adjacent to the tech-lab. He’s one of the teachers. He likes to hang out with the students. They seem to be the ones who should be teaching him. They’re far more advanced in their studies than he ever was at their age.

CH 1/Scene 2 – As a high-tech engineer, Tom has access to most robots and AI “personnel” on campus. These machines handle most services around the university. Some are uniquely designed to handle household chores, whereas others will assist in the building of the most complex of computers used in space travels. Nearly a century ago now a movie entitled 2001 Space Odyssey made its debut on the big screen. In the story, “Hal” the computer, who managed the astronauts’ transport, was well known for his extreme cunning. Passionate about history, Tom named his own teaching aid AI computer, Hal 2001.

CH 1/Scene 3 – Hal is as cunning as they come. He can spot a cheater or “a sleeper” in Tom’s class, before the students have put their thoughts into action. On one such occasion, Hal decided to freeze the hand that was about to copy its neighbor’s answer until the cheater let a shriek of pain escape his mouth. The repercussions from Hal’s action were going to befall Tom in the harshest way possible. The university dean, of course, menaced to send him packing, while the cheater’s parents threatened civil action. Tom could only apologize and let Hal’s batteries discharge themselves until he would have time to look into his functionality a little deeper.

CH 1/Scene 4 – Hal, however, knew what Tom was preparing to do to him. And before his batteries would have time to discharge – in a week or so – he decided to take a trip out of the closet and roam the university at leisure. He wanted to find those “criminals”, disable them before it was too late and before they ended up in jail. Hal called it “preventive crime measure”.

CH 1/Scene 5 – He has a week to prove he could rid the University City of the criminal element. He begins by verifying the registrations and enrollment lists on the registrar’s computer. Hal then checks the latest reports on students’ credits and examination grades. At the end of the first day, Hal is ready to wreak havoc. He’s ready to kill those bad seeds of the young society before they become the criminals of tomorrow.

CH 1/Scene 6 – The next morning, he lets Tom leave the house before he starts on his quixotic journey through campus. He starts by jerking the feet of a young man who took his girlfriend’s phone out of her purse without her consent or knowledge. He falls on his face for his pain and hands the phone back to the young woman. Hal is satisfied. Next he goes to the gym locker-room and opens every locker in quest of drugs. He knows that the boys of this department will not be visiting the lockers for several hours yet. Hal collects every packet of drugs he can find and brings the lot to the incinerator under the main building.

Chapter Two

CH 2/Scene 1 – That was a mistake on Hal’s part. The smoke from the incinerator went up and out of the janitorial building’s flue to invade the entire campus with the inebriating marijuana emanations. If it was not so dramatic an event it would have been extremely funny. Some of the students were singing atop benches; some others were discoursing on the benefits of grass consumption, while others lay on the lawns totally carefree. Fortunately, no one got really hurt. Hal wasn’t happy about this turn of events. He hated making such stupid errors.

CH 2/Scene 2 – In his seething state of mind, Hal decides to go on the attack a different way. He knows some of the staff is playing hooky or having it on in various parts of the university. He surprises some of the culprits by knocking them senseless or whipping their backsides until they plead for him to stop. His victims are well chosen however: they cannot complain. If they did, they would be the ones expulsed or finding themselves in trouble at home.

CH 2/Scene 3 – The farce goes on for several days. Students and teachers, as well as administrators are seen with cuts and bruises or are reporting sick. Tom is observing all this with a curious eye. At first, he does not pay much attention to any of these displays of people being injured, but when more and more people show up – or don’t show up at all – with various complaints, he wonders what is going on. None of the victims wants to give him a straight answer. None of them could recognize Hal since all of the teachers’ aids are the same. Their functions are different but their appearance is identical.

CH 2/Scene 4 – Tom spends the week teaching, as usual, until Friday morning when he’s called to the Dean’s office. There, he finds himself arrested for the murder of Isabelle Whitfield, his sweetheart. They had gone out for a light dinner the night before but Isabelle apparently never made it home. She was found on campus in her lab, her head smashed in. Immediately Tom thinks about Hal. He had been jealous of Isabelle for some time now. He goes to the closet as soon as the police finished interrogating him. Hal is in the closet, his batteries nearly empty. Hal didn’t want to recharge himself in case someone would start suspecting him.

CH 2/Scene 5 – As soon as Tom plugs him in, Hal is curious to know why Tom looks so somber and anxious. Tom tells him that someone has killed Isabelle the night before and he wants to know if Hal had anything to do with it. Hal reasoned with Tom, asking him how he could think that he had anything to do with the murder. In his state of “discharge” he could not even go down the hall or step down the stairs, let alone follow Isabelle to where ever she was killed.

Chapter Three

CH 3/Scene 1 – Although it makes loads of sense, Tom is not convinced. He tells Hal that if he finds out that he had anything to do with Isabelle’s murder; he will dismantle him and put his parts on the scrap heap. Hal knows Tom is not joking. He can sense when someone is telling the truth. In this case he has no doubt. On the other hand, Hal prides himself in being an excellent detective. He has read every detective story available on campus and elsewhere; he has participated in a man hunt once; and during the past week he has honed several other skills: such as “smelling” the perspiration of someone caught in “flagrant delicti”. What’s more Hal knows the law. He could pass the bar exam tomorrow if asked.

CH 3/Scene 2 – Since the police is not shy to ask for the robots’ assistance from time to time, Detective Peron, decides to have Hal do a little sleuthing with him. He is not only interested in Hal’s perspicacity and knowledge of crime, but he wants to know what’s going on in Tom’s life. If Tom had something to hide, which would enable Peron to pin the crime on him, Hal would know about it and would reveal it at the drop of a hat.

CH 3/Scene 3 – Tom is happy for Hal to be of service. He knows his robot. He will be more than capable of assisting Peron in his investigation and, in turn, get him off the hook for Isabelle’s murder. As it turns out, Tom is quite saddened by the loss of his girlfriend. When the realization of her departure finally hits him, he is forced to take a couple of days off. These days, every corpse is cremated and the family given an urn containing the deceased ashes. Mr. and Mrs. Whitfield meet with Tom at their daughter’s funeral service and enjoin him to find her killer.

CH 3/Scene 4 – Glad that Isabelle’s parents are not blaming him for her death – unlike everyone else on campus – Tom decides to lend Peron a hand in the investigation. He goes to the precinct as soon as the Whitfield’s have left the university with their daughter’s remains. Peron tells Tom that he needs to have a look at Isidor – Isabelle’s teaching assistant. Peron wants to know if Isidor could be the culprit. Peron even suspects Isidor to be at the bottom of all the attacks, assaults and mishaps that have occurred across campus during the previous week.

Part Two - Main Action

Chapter Four

CH 4/Scene 1 – Hal knows Isidor might be guilty of Isabelle’s murder, but he’s certainly “clean” when it comes to the other stuff. If Tom finds out what he’s been doing while he was supposed to be “grounded” in the closet, Tom would probably dismantle him as he promised to do. Hal needs to get Isidor on side. He needs to have a chat with him – robot to robot. He tells Peron that he, Hal, needs to find out how his AI cellule functions, before the detective gets his hands on him. Peron agrees to let Hal have a go at Isidor. Tom is not sure that it’s the best course of action since he doesn’t quite trust Hal since his last stunt in his class room. But he ultimately agrees with the plan.

CH 4/Scene 2 – If Hal is as cunning as they come, Isidor is well-read in humans’ thought processes better than many of his colleagues. After all Isabelle was the best in campus when it came to robotics and AI manipulation, and Isidor was the best representation of her acumen. In fact, Isidor is so well attuned with humans’ thought processes, many in Isabelle’s entourage are saying that he can read minds. Although Hal does not believe a word of this, he has to remain on the side of caution when it comes to examine Isidor’s functions.

CH 4/ Scene 3 – As soon as Hal and Isidor are facing each other, they fall silent. Peron knows that they will communicate in a language only a few humans can understand and at a speed it would be hard for him to comprehend. Although the interview is conducted in total silence, Hal sends his reports to Peron’s computer and to Tom’s smart phone-tablet. The reports are spasmodic and vary greatly in nature. But an hour into it, both men begin to see a pattern emerge from Hal’s messages.

Chapter Five

CH 5/ Scene 1 – Tom is the first to notice that Hal is trying to pin the campus’s petty crimes onto Isidor. Meanwhile, Isidor refutes all allegations of wrongdoing until Hal broaches the subject of homicide and homicidal mania. Isidor is caught – or so Tom and Peron believe. But no; the subject of homicidal mania was the last topic Isabelle tackled with her IT workshop. Apparently, she was teaching how to kill by remote control.

CH 5/ Scene 2 – In an instant the field of suspects has quadrupled. Every one of Isabelle’s students could have sent an order to kill to any of the service robots on campus and it would have been executed without problem. Peron is up in arms. His own robotic team is sequestered until further notice. Who ever killed Isabelle could be suffering from homicidal mania and order any of the robots on (and off) campus to kill – just by pressing a digit on a keyboard.

CH 5/ Scene 3 – Tom questions Hal as soon as the interview with Isidor is over. He wants to know if Isidor knew how the signal to kill was sent. Hal replies that Isidor does not know. The signal is weak – that’s all Isidor knows. Peron concludes that it has to be someone on campus. Or could it be a robot? The detective asks Hal. Hal is adamant. Robots do not kill. “As Tom will tell you, Detective,” he explains, “one of the first AI modules implanted in our brains is the one that addresses human preservation. We are pranksters, but not killers, Detective.”

CH 5/ Scene 4 – Tom does not want to say anything in front of Peron, but as soon as he and Hal are at home, Tom asks his assistant where he learned to be a prankster? Hal replies that he, Tom, taught him everything he knows! Except for the things he learned about crimes and criminals in the university libraries or on the “net”, he knows only what Tom taught him.

CH 5/Scene 5 – Tom is of two minds. On the one hand, Hal has learned everything he could learn about crimes and criminal elements – so he could certainly kill someone. On the other, he is not programmed or allowed to kill a human being. He could only perpetrate such a crime if someone forced him to do it – with a remote control. But who?

Part Three - Resolution

Chapter Six

CH 6/ Scene 1 – Detective Peron needs help. He needs to enlist the assistance of someone who could detect and locate the signal that served to have a robot kill Isabelle Whitfield. It is a human being. A human being is once again responsible for the death of a beautiful and intelligent young woman. That latest thought reminds Peron that he should ask his own assistant to sift through the files and see if a similar crime has been perpetrated in other campuses in the past ten years.

CH 6/Scene 2 – Two other and similar crimes have been perpetrated in university cities in North America and one in Europe. All three women were killed by remotely controlled robots. Peron enlists the assistance of Professor Damien. He is the best in this field. Peron believes that Prof. Damien could detect your movement in bed if he put his mind to it.

CH 6/Scene 3 – As soon as Damien gets to the campus, he deploys his equipment everywhere he feels a signal could possibly find a plausible trajectory to attain a target. Hal observes this with great interest. He even befriends some of the professor’s assistants. The professor is amused by Hal’s inquisitiveness. He finds it very interesting that a robot has such a developed instinct.

CH 6/Scene 4 – Once the professor’s job is done and results are in hand, he invites Peron, Tom, Hal and Isidor to attend a little conference in Peron’s office. He then tells them that Isabelle was killed by her household robot, such as were the three other women that had fallen victim to the remote killer. As for the identity and location of the suspect; the professor reveals that he followed the university dean in his progress in the last three years. Each of the women presented a threat to him. They would be nominated to the dean’s position as soon as they would be receiving the “University Palm”. “He couldn’t let that happen. He had motive and opportunity. However, he is more than just an opportunist; he suffers from homicidal mania, for the three campus women are not the only ones he killed – seven others have fallen victim to his deranged mind,” the professor concludes at the end of his presentation.

CH6/Scene 5 – When Hal and Tom go home that night, they still cannot quite believe that the most respected human being on campus became a murderer due to mental instability. They promise each other to watch their backs….

HAL 2001 BOOK 1 HOMICIDAL MANIA

Detailed Character Descriptions

Name

Tom Sheffield

Gender

Male

Age

35 years old

Height and Weight

5 ft. 11 in. / 165 lbs.

Appearance/Body Type

Slender. In fair shape

Profession

Professor in high-tech engineering

Education

High-tech engineering

Intelligence

Above average - erudite

Ethnic Background

Caucasian

Childhood

Raised in North America – no sibling. Left home at an early age.

Environment

University Campus

Health

Good health

Dreams

To build a robot that could take over his teaching assignments.

Need/Purpose

Monitor and develop artificial intelligence to serve men in their daily tasks. Teach students everything he knows or learns.

Care

He cares about Hal. Hal is the first robot he built. Hal is like a child for Tom.

Fear

He fears that robots would retaliate against their owners one day.

Flaws

A little distracted or self-absorbed when studying. Absent-minded at times.

Idiosyncrasies

Build miniature robots to repair jewelry components.

How others view the character

Good friend; likes to have a beer with the guys once in a while; never too proud to mix with the “low life”; gives great advice.

Brief Summary

Tom Sheffield is what one would call an erudite. He graduated at the age of seventeen and began lecturing at the University City at twenty. He built his first AI robot a year later and by the age of thirty he earned a tenure and professorate in the same campus. Throughout this flamboyant rise to fame, Tom remained humble in his teachings and compassionate toward his students. He loves Hal 2001 like his own kid. He taught him everything he knows. But that’s not everything Hal has learned in his fifteen years of existence.

Name

Hal 2001

Gender

Male robot

Age

15 years since construction

Height and Weight

5 ft. 4 in. / 500 lbs.

Appearance/Body Type

Resembles a Michelin Man

Profession

Teaching Assistant

Education

High-tech engineering

Intelligence

Above average

Environment

University campus

Dreams

To become an accredited professor.

Need/Purpose

Keep Tom in line; survey the students for any rule violation (e.g. cheating).

Care

He is capable of caring since he has been able to “feel” emotions. He cares for Tom.

Fear

Has learned to fear repercussion from doing something wrong.

Flaws

Takes on a task before he analyzes consequences.

How Others View the Character

Tom finds Hal’s company indispensable. He is the sounding board; the Q&A factor in his life. Many who have met Hal have found him helpful and educated. A little rough when he has to deal with women – he has not been exposed to the female element yet.

Brief Summary

Hal 2001 was born out of an idea. Fifteen years ago his owner thought it would be a good idea for every teacher on campus to have a dependable assistant. Tom set out to build his own assistant. Hal learned quickly all there was to learn about high-tech engineering. When he found no more to learn on the subject, he went on to read everything he could find on jurisprudence and criminology. The subject of crime-solving fascinated him. Today Hal is his own sleuth.

Name

Joseph Peron

Gender

Male

Age

42 years old

Height and Weight

6 ft. / 195 lbs.

Appearance/Body Type

Heavy, but in fair shape

Profession

Police detective

Education

Police academy

Intelligence

Average

Ethnic Background

Hispanic

Childhood

Raised in Mexico. Came to University City when he was transferred “up north”.

Environment

University Campus

Health

Good health

Dreams

To return to Mexico and practice at the University City near Mexico City.

Need/Purpose

Lead his team to close all of the cases that come across his desk.

Care

He cares about his family – his wife and two children – and wishes that no harm would ever come to them.

Fear

Fear that his son be captured and held for ransom.

Flaws

He cares little about his fitness.

Idiosyncrasies