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This is the same ebook as 202 Methods of Forcing except this one additionally includes the personal notes of Victor Farelli.
Farelli's notes can roughly be categorized in three groups. One is attribution where he writes the inventor's name, or at least the one he thought originated this particular force. The second group is quality, where he writes attributes like 'very good', 'ingenious' etc. And the third group are extensions, variations or entirely new forces. Some of these entries are even dated and could be of particular interest to historians.
Although I think these notes are quite interesting, please do not expect too much. There are about 50 notes, many of which are very short, three somewhat longer notes and two entirely new forces of which one is incomprehensible to me. The description makes no sense, at least not to me. Perhaps somebody else can decipher the instructions and interpret what they really mean.
word count: 20617 which is equivalent to 82 standard pages of text