The chairman of special (and ineffably believable) effects reaches an end to his concentric puzzle rings in this one. When first met, Richard Worbey, disoriented, wanders over a devastated landscape. It is later discovered that he is actually Dr. Colan, inventor of the Solan Senductory System, a process that can project anyone into any situation via tape and electrodes. But Dr. Solan believes that the process is too powerful as a propaganda device and programs his probable suicide to prove it. . . . Zeitgeist personality paranoia with punch.