Elections do indeed have consequences. A Nationalist has recently been elected U.S. President and he has a new high tech weapon at his disposal. The world will never be the same.  The weapon is the Active Denial System and the beam it emits is called "The Goodbye Effect" for a good reason.  Read this political thriller now!
Author Chris Blood is a long-time DoD biomedical researcher and attorney. 


Journal Publications


Blood CG. The Law of Informed Consent: Treating Brandt a Little More Like Miranda,  Journal of Medicine and Law, 6 J. Med. & L.  147 (2002).


Blood CG, Puyana JC, Pitlyk PJ, et. al.  An Assessment of the Potential for Reducing Future Combat Deaths Through Medical Technologies and Training,  Journal of Trauma,  53 (6), 1160-65,  2002


Blood CG, Zhang J, Walker GJ.  Implications for Modeling Casualty Sustainment During Peacekeeping Operations, Military Medicine, 167, 10:868-72, 2002.


Blood CG.  Holding Foreign Nations Civilly Responsible for their Economic Espionage Practices,  IDEA The Journal of Law and Technology, 42 Idea: J. L. & Tech. 227 (2002).


Blood CG, Aboumrad TL.  A Comparison of Postdeployment Hospitalization Incidence Between Vietnam and Gulf War Veterans, Military Medicine, 166 (7), 648- 655, 2001.


Zouris JM, Blood CG.  Medical Resource Planning for Combat Operations: Utilizing Percentile Estimates as an Alternative to the Mean, Journal of Medical Systems, 24 (6), 2000.


Derderian BR, Blood CG. Shipboard Medical Admissions During Peacetime and Combat Support Deployments.   Military Medicine, Vol. 165 (3), 228-36, March 2000.


Blood CG.  The "True" Source of the Immigration Power and its Proper Consideration in the Elian Gonzalez Matter, Boston University International Law Journal, 18 BUILJ 215 (2000).


Blood CG.  The Erosion of the Power of the Press and the Need to Apply Separation of Powers Principles, Journal of Law and Politics, (University of Virginia) 15 J L. and Pol. 781 (1999).


Walker GJ, Blood CG.  The Patient Flow of Marine Disease and Non-Battle Injury Conditions Within a Multi-Echelon System of Care.  Military Medicine, Vol. 164 (10), 731-36, 1999


Walker GJ, Blood CG.  The Patient Flow of Wounded Marines Within a Multi-Echelon System of Care.  Military Medicine, Vol. 164(6), 423-27, 1999


Blood CG.  Illness Incidence During Military Operations As A Soft Operations Factor, Military Operations Research, Volume 2 (3), December 1996.


Blood CG, Odowick MS, Marks JS.  Simulation of Casualty Sustainment During Naval Combat Operations, Simulation, 67:6, 367-374, December, 1996.


Blood CG.  Blue on Blue: A History of Friendly Fire, Book Review. Naval War College Review, Winter, 1997.


Blood CG, Jolly RT, Odowick MS.  Casualty Incidence During Naval  Combat Operations: A Matter of Medical Readiness, Naval War College Review, Autumn, 1996.


Blood CG, O'Donnell ER.  A System to Project Injury and Illness Incidence During Military Operations, Journal of Medical  Systems, 19, 6: 457-64, 1995.


Blood CG, Jolly RT.  Comparisons of Disease and Nonbattle Injury Incidence Across Various Military Operations, Military Medicine, 160, 5: 258-63, 1995.


Gauker ED, Blood CG. Friendly Fire Incidents during World War II Naval Operations, Naval War College Review, XLVIII, 1: 115-21, 1995.


Blood CG, Gauker ED, Jolly RT, Pugh WM.  Comparisons of Casualty Presentation and Admission Rates during Various Combat  Operations, Military Medicine, 159, 6: 457-61, 1994.


Blood CG, Anderson ME.  The Battle for Hue: Casualty and Disease Rates during Urban Warfare, Military Medicine, 159, 7: 1994.


Burkle FM, Newland C, Orebaugh S, Blood CG.  Emergency Medicine in the Persian Gulf--Part 2: Triage Methodology and Lessons Learned,  Annals of Emergency Medicine, 23, 4:748-54, 1994.


Burkle FM, Newland C, Meister SJ, Blood CG.  Emergency Medicine in the Persian Gulf--Part 3: Battlefield Casualties.  Annals of  Emergency Medicine, 23, 4:755-60, 1994.


Blood CG, Anderson ME, Gauker ED.  Casualty Rates Among Naval Forces Ashore.  Military Medicine, 158, 12:774-77, 1993.    


Leedham CS, Blood CG.  A Descriptive Analysis of Wounds among U.S. Marines Treated at Second-Echelon Facilities in the Kuwaiti Theater of Operations, Military Medicine, 158, 8:508-12, 1993.


Blood CG, Gauker ED.  The Relationship Between Battle Intensity  and Disease Rates among Marine Corps Infantry Battalions.  Military Medicine, 158, 5:340-44, 1993.


Blood CG, Pugh WM, Gauker ED, et al. Comparisons of Wartime  and Peacetime Disease and Non-Battle Injury Rates Aboard Ships  of the British Royal Navy. Military Medicine,157,12:641-4, 1992.


Blood CG. Analyses of Battle Casualties by Weapon Type Aboard U.S. Navy Warships.  Military Medicine, 157, 3:124-30, 1992.


Blood CG, Nirona CB. Outpatient Illness Incidence Aboard U.S. Navy Ships During and Following the Vietnam Conflict.  Military Medicine, 155, 10:472‑476, 1990.


Blood CG, Griffith DK. Ship Size as a Factor in Illness Incidence Among U.S. Navy Vessels. Military Medicine.  155, 7:310‑314, 1990.


Blood CG & Brand DMP. Shipboard Medical Information Systems: Familiarity and Receptivity. Journal of Medical Systems. 1988, 12(3), 147‑152.


Hoiberg AL, Blood CG.  Health Risks of diving among U.S. Navy Officers. Undersea Biomedical Research, 1986, 13(2),237‑245.


Blood CG,  Hoiberg AL.  Analyses of Variables Underlying U.S. Navy Diving Accidents. Undersea Biomedical Research,  1985, 12(3), 252‑261.


Hoiberg AL & Blood CG. Age‑specific Morbidity and Mortality Rates Among U.S. Navy Divers and Controls. Undersea Biomedical Research, 1985, 12(2), 191‑203.


Hoiberg AL, Blood CG.  Age‑specific Morbidity Among Navy Pilots. Aviation, Space, and Environmental Medicine, 1983, 54, 912‑918.

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