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She said he showed sympathy to animals who were in cages or otherwise helpless, which she speculated stemmed from his experience in hospital isolation. After testing scored his IQ at he skipped the sixth grade. Kaczynski later described this as a pivotal event: One neighbor said she had "never known anyone who had a brain like he did",  while another said that Ted was "strictly a loner" who "didn't play She decided against it after observing Bettelheim's abrupt and cold manner.
Contrary to reports, Theodore had not suffered from mental health problems; he felt that death from cancer would be too painful for him and his family. Theodore spent his last days with his family members, showing them affection as an implicit farewell.
He played the trombone in the marching band and was a member of the mathematics, biology, coin, and German clubs but was regarded as an outsider by his classmates. He was always regarded as a walking brain, so to speak. He became associated with a group of likeminded boys interested in science and mathematics, known as the "briefcase boys" for their penchant for carrying briefcases.
Once he knew you, he could talk and talk.
Placed in a more advanced mathematics class, he soon mastered the material. He skipped the eleventh grade, and by attending summer school he graduated at age He was one of his school's five National Merit finalistsand was encouraged to apply to Harvard College. He didn't even have a driver's license.
For the next three years he lived at Eliot House. One of his suitemates there recalled that he avoided contact with others and "would just rush through the suite, go into his room, and slam the door.
He would enter into the discussions maybe a little less so than most [but] he was certainly friendly. Subjects were told they would be debating personal philosophy with a fellow student, and were asked to write essays detailing their personal beliefs and aspirations. These encounters were filmed, and subjects' expressions of anger and rage were later played back to them repeatedly.
Moreno said that, though "Kaczynski's anti-technological fixation and his critique itself had some roots in the Harvard curriculum," his later bombing campaign can "by no means be laid at Harvard's door".
Michigan was not his first choice for postgraduate education ; he had also applied to the University of California, Berkeleyand the University of Chicagoboth of which accepted him but offered him no teaching position or financial aid.
His intellect and drive impressed his professors. He was not like the other graduate students. He was much more focused about his work. He had a drive to discover mathematical truth," said professor Peter Duren.
Myers Prize for Michigan's best mathematics dissertation of the year. Addison, called this a "sudden and unexpected" resignation. Moore said, given Kaczynski's "impressive" dissertation and publications, he "could have advanced up the ranks and been a senior member of the faculty today.Can the World Really Set Aside Half of the Planet for Wildlife?
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