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   In 1963-75, among novelties described in his 600 patent applications and publications, S.I. Fishgal pioneered in highway and bridge building field, including using cavitation, ultrasonics, driverless tracking, etc. Then he became stateless, paperless and almost nameless. Naturally, his unpublished works vanished.

   The author's other engineering books are "Applied Mathematics in Inventions", “Applied Cavitation Inventions”, "Applied Hydro-Impact Inventions", "Rock Crushers Inventions", "Military Cable Layers-Extractors Inventions" and "Automotive inventions".

   Fishgal’s intriguing truthful historical novels are "Piddler on the Hoof", "Kosher Hooks", and "Mein Krampf". His horse sense, crisp and funny language, topsy-turvy idioms, and plays of words are striking. Hopefully, he is neither the worst novelist of inventors, nor the worst inventor of novelists.

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