Chapter 11. Security

Secrets are funny things. With billions of people on the planet, there is no shortage of really interesting events and stories, but none of them will hold our interest if there is a secret to be discovered somewhere else. For instance, former Associate Director of the FBI, W. Mark Felt, revealed himself to be the famous Deep Throat of Watergate fame, but not before 30 years of speculation and whispering about this secret identity had passed by. Other secrets are just as intriguing, even if we are in on the secret. Superman is fascinating in part due to his secret alter ego, Clark Kent. Many books include the word “Secret” in their titles to make them and their topics more interesting, titles such as Japanese Cooking Secrets ...

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