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John Toradze is the pen name of a scientist who ran an office in Tbilisi, Georgia for 5 years and traveled widely in Russia the former USSR nations and nearby. I have authored chapters for books published by the West Point terrorism center on asymmetric warfare and methods. I also have publications in epidemic modeling, assay methods, and several patents ranging from robotics to a device for the blind to bioassays.
These days my passion is microbiology and curing disease, which grew out of concerns over biological warfare. I think that biological warfare is going to shape the 21st century more than nuclear warfare shaped the 20th. Aside from that, my hobbies are hiking, cycling and orchids. My real job is that of doorman for a cat, who rules my life with an iron paw.