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For a period of several weeks in , Kaczynski experienced intense sexual fantasies of being a female and decided to undergo gender transition.
He arranged to meet with a psychiatrist, but changed his mind in the waiting room and did not disclose his reason for making the appointment.
Afterwards, enraged, he considered killing the psychiatrist and other people whom he hated. Kaczynski described this episode as a "major turning point" in his life:   .
I felt disgusted about what my uncontrolled sexual cravings had almost led me to do. And I felt humiliated, and I violently hated the psychiatrist.
Just then there came a major turning point in my life. Like a Phoenix, I burst from the ashes of my despair to a glorious new hope. In , Kaczynski's dissertation Boundary Functions  won the Sumner B.
Myers Prize for Michigan's best mathematics dissertation of the year. In late , the year-old Kaczynski became the youngest assistant professor of mathematics in the history of the University of California, Berkeley where he taught undergraduate courses in geometry and calculus.
Addison, called this a "sudden and unexpected" resignation. A Los Angeles Times article stated: "The field that Kaczynski worked in doesn't really exist today [according to mathematicians interviewed about his work].
Most of its theories were proven in the s, when Kaczynski worked in it. After resigning from Berkeley, Kaczynski moved to his parents' home in Lombard, Illinois.
Two years later, in , he moved to a remote cabin he had built outside Lincoln, Montana , where he could live a simple life with little money and without electricity or running water,  working odd jobs and receiving some financial support from his family.
His original goal was to become self-sufficient so he could live autonomously. He taught himself survival skills such as tracking game , edible plant identification, organic farming , and bow drilling.
Other Lincoln residents said later that such a lifestyle was not unusual in the area. Kaczynski decided it was impossible to live peacefully in nature because of the destruction of the wildland around his cabin by real estate development and industrial projects.
In an interview after his arrest, he recalled being shocked on a hike to one of his favorite wild spots: . It's kind of rolling country, not flat, and when you get to the edge of it you find these ravines that cut very steeply in to cliff-like drop-offs and there was even a waterfall there.
It was about a two days' hike from my cabin. That was the best spot until the summer of That summer there were too many people around my cabin so I decided I needed some peace.
I went back to the plateau and when I got there I found they had put a road right through the middle of it You just can't imagine how upset I was.
It was from that point on I decided that, rather than trying to acquire further wilderness skills, I would work on getting back at the system. In that interview, he also described his loss of faith in the potential for reform.
He decided that the "human tendency In Ted's father Theodore, suffering from terminal cancer , committed suicide. Between and , Kaczynski mailed or hand-delivered a series of increasingly sophisticated bombs that cumulatively killed three people and injured 23 others.
Sixteen bombs were attributed to Kaczynski. While the bombing devices varied widely through the years, many contained the initials "FC", which Kaczynski later said stood for "Freedom Club",  inscribed on parts inside.
He purposely left misleading clues in the devices and took extreme care in preparing them to avoid leaving fingerprints ; fingerprints found on some of the devices did not match those found on letters attributed to Kaczynski.
Kaczynski's first mail bomb was directed at Buckley Crist, a professor of materials engineering at Northwestern University. On May 25, , a package bearing Crist's return address was found in a parking lot at the University of Illinois at Chicago.
The package was "returned" to Crist, who was suspicious because he had not sent it, so he contacted campus police.
Officer Terry Marker opened the package, which exploded and caused minor injuries. However, in August his brother fired him for writing insulting limericks about a female supervisor he had courted briefly.
The bomb, concealed inside a cigar box and left on a table, caused minor injuries to graduate student John Harris when he opened it.
In , a bomb was placed in the cargo hold of American Airlines Flight , a Boeing flying from Chicago to Washington, D. A faulty timing mechanism prevented the bomb from exploding, but it released smoke, which forced an emergency landing.
Authorities said it had enough power to "obliterate the plane" had it exploded. Kaczynski sent his next bomb to Percy Wood , the then-president of United Airlines.
Kaczynski left false clues in most bombs, which he intentionally made hard to find to make them appear more legitimate.
Clues included metal plates stamped with the initials "FC" hidden somewhere usually in the pipe end cap in bombs, a note left in a bomb that did not detonate reading "Wu—It works!
I told you it would—RV," and the Eugene O'Neill one dollar stamps often used to send his boxes. He often included bits of a tree branch and bark in his bombs.
His selected targets included Percy Wood and Professor Leroy Wood. Crime writer Robert Graysmith noted his "obsession with wood" was "a large factor" in the bombings.
In , a package that had been discovered in a hallway at the University of Utah was brought to the campus police, who used a bomb squad to defuse it.
Fischer , a professor teaching at Vanderbilt University. Fischer was on vacation in Puerto Rico at the time and his secretary, Janet Smith, opened the bomb and received injuries to the face and arms.
Kaczynski's next two bombs targeted people at the University of California, Berkeley. The first, in July , caused serious injuries to engineering professor Diogenes Angelakos.
McConnell and research assistant Nicklaus Suino were both severely injured after Suino opened a mail bomb addressed to McConnell. In late , a nail-and-splinter-loaded bomb placed in the parking lot of his store in Sacramento, California , killed year-old computer store owner Hugh Scrutton.
The bomb, disguised as a piece of lumber, injured Gary Wright when he attempted to remove it from the store's parking lot.
The explosion severed nerves in Wright's left arm and propelled over pieces of shrapnel into his body. This led to a widely distributed sketch of the suspect as a hooded man with a mustache and aviator sunglasses.
In , after a six-year break, Kaczynski mailed a bomb to the home of Charles Epstein from the University of California, San Francisco.
Epstein lost several fingers upon opening the package. In the same weekend, Kaczynski mailed a bomb to David Gelernter , a computer science professor at Yale University.
Gelernter lost sight in one eye, hearing in one ear, and a portion of his right hand. In , a mail bomb sent to his home in North Caldwell, New Jersey , killed Burson-Marsteller executive Thomas J.
In a letter to The New York Times , Kaczynski wrote he had sent the bomb because of Mosser's work repairing the public image of Exxon after the Exxon Valdez oil spill.
Geneticist Phillip Sharp at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology received a threatening letter shortly afterwards.
In , Kaczynski mailed several letters to media outlets outlining his goals and demanding a major newspaper print his 35,word essay Industrial Society and Its Future dubbed the Unabomber manifesto by the FBI verbatim.
There was controversy as to whether the essay should be published, but Attorney General Janet Reno and FBI Director Louis Freeh recommended its publication out of concern for public safety and in the hope that a reader could identify the author.
Bob Guccione of Penthouse volunteered to publish it. Kaczynski replied Penthouse was less "respectable" than The New York Times and The Washington Post , and said that, "to increase our chances of getting our stuff published in some 'respectable' periodical", he would "reserve the right to plant one and only one bomb intended to kill, after our manuscript has been published" if Penthouse published the document instead of The Times or The Post.
Kaczynski used a typewriter to write his manuscript, capitalizing entire words for emphasis in lieu of italics. He always referred to himself as either "we" or "FC" "Freedom Club" , though there is no evidence that he worked with others.
Academic Donald Wayne Foster analyzed the writing at the request of Kaczynski's defense team in He noted that it contained irregular spelling and hyphenation, along with other linguistic idiosyncrasies.
This led him to conclude that Kaczynski was its author. Industrial Society and Its Future begins with Kaczynski's assertion: "The Industrial Revolution and its consequences have been a disaster for the human race.
Kaczynski argues that the erosion of human freedom is a natural product of an industrial society because "the system has to regulate human behavior closely in order to function", and that reform of the system is impossible as drastic changes to it would not be implemented because of their disruption of the system.
Kaczynski predicts that the system will break down if it cannot achieve significant control, and that it is likely this issue will be decided within the next 40 to years.
Kaczynski goes on to say that a revolution will only be possible when industrial society is sufficiently unstable. A significant portion of the document is dedicated to discussing left-wing politics , with Kaczynski attributing many of society's issues to leftists.
Alston Chase reported in The Atlantic that in "many thoughtful people" saw Industrial Society and Its Future as "a work of genius, or at least [profound, and] quite sane".
Its pessimism over the direction of civilization and its rejection of the modern world are shared especially with the country's most highly educated.
Wilson , who he wrote in The New Yorker that Industrial Society and Its Future was "a carefully reasoned, artfully written paper". David Skrbina , a philosophy professor at the University of Michigan—Dearborn and a former Green Party candidate for governor of Michigan, has written several essays in support of Kaczynski's ideas, including "A Revolutionary for Our Times".
Psychiatrist Keith Ablow stated on Fox News that Kaczynski was "reprehensible for murdering and maiming people" but "precisely correct in many of his ideas", and he compared Industrial Society and Its Future to Aldous Huxley 's Brave New World and George Orwell 's Nineteen Eighty-Four.
The manifesto echoed contemporary critics of technology and industrialization such as John Zerzan, Jacques Ellul,  Rachel Carson , Lewis Mumford , and E.
Bill Joy , co-founder of Sun Microsystems , wrote Kaczynski is "clearly a Luddite ", but "simply saying this does not dismiss his argument".
Over twenty years after Kaczynski's imprisonment, his views have inspired both online and offline communities of anarchists , primitivists and neo-Luddites.
One explanation for the renewal of interest in his views is the television series Manhunt: Unabomber , which aired in University of Michigan—Dearborn philosophy professor David Skrbina helped to compile Kaczynski's work into the anthology Technological Slavery , including the original manifesto, letters between Skrbina and Kaczynski, and other essays.
He advocates practicing other types of protest and makes no mention of violence. Because of the material used to make the mail bombs, U.
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I have beard, my first real beard. Should I keep my beard? Rob is a year-old actor born Robert John Appleby to Jewish parents and grew up in Brighton.
He joined EastEnders in , but left the soap in to head to Hollywood to try his luck. It worked, he ended up starring in Pacific Rim, Hot Pursuit and Warcraft: The Beginning.
He arrived in the Square wanting revenge on Al who got him kicked out of the army, and his stay quickly led to a whole load of drama typical of the Slaters.
He briefly dated Ruby Allen after finding out she was worth some money, but his head was quickly turned by Tanya Branning, and the two struck up a relationship.
They conspired to get Max to believe Tanya wanted him back in order to get him to sign over his assets, and they planned to kill him by burying him alive, but Tanya backed out at the last moment and let him live.
Picture: BBC Sean felt completely betrayed and rejected, and vowed to get revenge on Max. Devastated by the truth, Sean drove Roxy and Amy out to an icy lake with the plan of drowning them all together, but Roxy secretly called Ronnie and Jack to come to the rescue.