The Disintegration Machine Professor Challenger is arguing with people who are persistently calling him on the telephone when his young friend Malone a reporter for the Gazette enters and requests Challenger accompany him to

  • Title: The Disintegration Machine
  • Author: Arthur Conan Doyle
  • ISBN: 9781425477196
  • Page: 393
  • Format: Paperback
  • Professor Challenger is arguing with people who are persistently calling him on the telephone when his young friend Malone, a reporter for the Gazette, enters and requests Challenger accompany him to inspect the discovery of Theodore Nemor, who claims to have invented a machine capable of disintegrating objects Skeptical of the invention, Challenger accepts Malone s propoProfessor Challenger is arguing with people who are persistently calling him on the telephone when his young friend Malone, a reporter for the Gazette, enters and requests Challenger accompany him to inspect the discovery of Theodore Nemor, who claims to have invented a machine capable of disintegrating objects Skeptical of the invention, Challenger accepts Malone s proposal and accompanies him to the house of Nemor.

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    About "Arthur Conan Doyle"

    1. Arthur Conan Doyle

      Sir Arthur Conan Doyle was born the third of ten siblings on 22 May 1859 in Edinburgh, Scotland His father, Charles Altamont Doyle, was born in England of Irish descent, and his mother, born Mary Foley, was Irish They were married in 1855.Although he is now referred to as Conan Doyle , the origin of this compound surname if that is how he meant it to be understood is uncertain His baptism record in the registry of St Mary s Cathedral in Edinburgh gives Arthur Ignatius Conan as his Christian name, and simply Doyle as his surname It also names Michael Conan as his godfather.At the age of nine Conan Doyle was sent to the Roman Catholic Jesuit preparatory school, Hodder Place, Stonyhurst He then went on to Stonyhurst College, leaving in 1875.From 1876 to 1881 he studied medicine at the University of Edinburgh This required that he provide periodic medical assistance in the towns of Aston now a district of Birmingham and Sheffield While studying, Conan Doyle began writing short stories His first published story appeared in Chambers s Edinburgh Journal before he was 20 Following his graduation, he was employed as a ship s doctor on the SS Mayumba during a voyage to the West African coast He completed his doctorate on the subject of tabes dorsalis in 1885.In 1885 Conan Doyle married Louisa or Louise Hawkins, known as Touie She suffered from tuberculosis and died on 4 July 1906 The following year he married Jean Elizabeth Leckie, whom he had first met and fallen in love with in 1897 Due to his sense of loyalty he had maintained a purely platonic relationship with Jean while his first wife was alive Jean died in London on 27 June 1940.Conan Doyle fathered five children Two with his first wife Mary Louise 28 January 1889 12 June 1976 , and Arthur Alleyne Kingsley, known as Kingsley 15 November 1892 28 October 1918 With his second wife he had three children Denis Percy Stewart 17 March 1909 9 March 1955 , second husband in 1936 of Georgian Princess Nina Mdivani circa 1910 19 February 1987 former sister in law of Barbara Hutton Adrian Malcolm 19 November 1910 3 June 1970 and Jean Lena Annette 21 December 1912 18 November 1997.Conan Doyle was found clutching his chest in the hall of Windlesham, his house in Crowborough, East Sussex, on 7 July 1930 He had died of a heart attack at age 71 His last words were directed toward his wife You are wonderful The epitaph on his gravestone in the churchyard at Minstead in the New Forest, Hampshire, reads STEEL TRUEBLADE STRAIGHTARTHUR CONAN DOYLEKNIGHTPATRIOT, PHYSICIAN MAN OF LETTERSConan Doyle s house, Undershaw, located in Hindhead, south of London, where he had lived for a decade, had been a hotel and restaurant between 1924 and 2004 It now stands empty while conservationists and Conan Doyle fans fight to preserve it.A statue honours Conan Doyle at Crowborough Cross in Crowborough, where Conan Doyle lived for 23 years There is also a statue of Sherlock Holmes in Picardy Place, Edinburgh, close to the house where Conan Doyle was born.Series Sherlock Holmes

    417 thoughts on “The Disintegration Machine”

    1. A short novel from the Challenger series, I read it just after The Land of the mist which I hated and it was like finding sunshine after several months in the dark, but it is probably just all right.

    2. There s nothing really profound here for a modern sci fi reader but it does pack in a lot for such a short story a machine that can disintegrate anything, the imagined horror of what such a machine could be used for if in the wrong hands, and the death of one man to save millions All themes and ideas that have been explored in detail in other works, but for such a quick read, it was worth the time.

    3. The final appearance of Professor Challenger fizzles in an awkward, rushed story written near the end of Doyle s life when he was consumed with the supernatural In the story, Challenger and Malone encounter a mad scientist who has created a machine that disintegrates matter, causing invisibility and even the rearrangement of matter, and has sold the machine to a devious foreign nation This story is nothing than Doyle s attempt to sketch out the possibility that such a machine could exist In the [...]

    4. From BBC Radio 4 Extra Sir Arthur Conan Doyle s indomitable academic must investigate dastardly Latvian scientist Theodore Nemor Stars Bill Paterson.

    5. This is the fifth and final story featuring Professor Challenger and his journalist friend and narrator of the stories Malone Like When the World Screamed this is only a short story as opposed to anything longer indeed, this one is really short Malone is asked to take Challenger along to meet Latvian scientist Theodore Nemor who claims to have invented a machine that can disintegrate objects and re assemble them if required As usual, Challenger is sceptical about the idea and is proved wrong Obv [...]

    6. Humorous short story about a man who created a machine that can disintegrate almost anything Nice ending Could only find one quote due to the shortness of the book You cannot explain one incredible thing by quoting another incredible thing

    7. This short story is remarkable for two things First, a Latvian crazy scientist discovered beaming in the early twentieth century Second, Professor Challenger is faced with the moral dilemma if killing one person can be justified by saving the lifes of many others Replace the Latvian scientist with any modern day mass murderer terrorist villain view spoiler Challenger s reaction is pragmatic He ruins the scientist s plan of selling his disintegration machine to the highest bidder by disintegratin [...]

    8. A pretty exciting and quick read, in the style oh, so typical for Sir Arthur Conan Doyle For once, Challenger turned out to be the charming, kind and thoughtful one without too much fuss Malone somewhat reminds me of a confused Summerlee in previous stories D

    9. The Disintegration Machine by Arthur Conan DoyleArthur Conan Doyle is made even famous by the latest productions of Sherlock Holmes, Games of Shadows and new TV series.I had a teacher of Literature, in highschool, who said that all great novels have a kind of mystery plot Chevorkian is always on my mind and I think I have mentioned him quite a few times in my notes He is the best I have ever had, who made his students love to read, taught them what the real values are and all this with excellen [...]

    10. A short and sweet story by Conan Doyle It was so good to see two main characters from The Lost World back in action, and this time they are going to reveal a great mystery a revolutionary invention has bee made by a scientist, and it s up to Challenger and Malone to reveal if its genuine or a hoax There are no T Rexes or ape men chasing our heroes this time, but this story is as good as The Lost World.

    11. At the request of a newspaper reporter, Professor Challenger investigates a Latvian scientist, Theodore Nemor, who claims to be able to disintegrate and reconstruct matter by dispersing an object s atomic structure into the ether Ah Victorian ether Is there anything you CAN T do The rather abrupt ending left me wondering just who the good guy was supposed to be in this story.

    12. this is singularly the most inexplicable mystery that i have read thus far from Sir Arthur Conan Doyle well, if one cannot figure out the unexplained, might as well just trap one to prevent the potential damaging repercussions as always, the villain s tendency to gloat has led him to his own downfall.

    13. Not the first of Sci fi by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle that I read This is a short story which one can finish reading in no time, and yet have a strong impression of the duty of men of science towards the wellbeing of mankind Professor Challenger proves himself once again.

    14. Challenger outwits greedy little inventor in this short tale about power potentially being in the wrong hands.

    15. This Professor Challenger story was a fun read Theodore Nemor s invention provided an ethical dilemma, and the ending was a satisfactory if loosely moralized solution.

    16. This was the first story other than Sherlock Holmes from Doyle that I ve read I had fun reading this back then Highly recommended if you want to read a light sci fi ones

    17. It was an okay, quick read I ve read a ton by Doyle Mostly Sherlock Holmes, Lost World ect this wasn t one of my favorites but like it said if you want a quick read this is a good story.

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