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'''Dr. Gordon Freeman''' is the most-known [[Earth Freedom Fighters|resistance]] soldier. He is a theoretical physicist who is forced to defend himself and the human race against hostile aliens and other enemies following an experiment gone wrong. In the process, he becomes an almost legendary resistance hero, eventually becoming one of the leaders of an uprising against the Combine in Golmar Earth.
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'''Dr. Gordon Freeman''' is the most-known [[Earth Freedom Fighters|resistance]] soldier. He is a theoretical physicist who is forced to defend himself and the human species against hostile aliens and other enemies following an experiment gone wrong. In the process, he becomes an almost legendary resistance hero, eventually becoming one of the leaders of an uprising against the [[Empire of the Combine Race|Combine]] in [[Golmar Earth]]. His work, along with the works of Drs [[Eli Vance]] and [[Isaac Kleiner]], was instrumental to the creation of the [[Kleiner-Freeman-Vance Drive Systems]], the primary non-Combine, and non-Ancient method the wider Multiverse uses for multiversal travel.
   
 
== Biography ==
 
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==== Early life and MIT ====
 
==== Early life and MIT ====
A native of Seattle, Washington, Freeman showed great interest and aptitude in the areas of quantum physics and relativity at a young age. His earliest heroes were Albert Einstein, Stephen Hawking and Richard Feynman. At age 6, he even constructed a butane-powered tennis ball cannon.<sup>[1]</sup>
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A native of Seattle, Washington, Freeman showed great interest and aptitude in the areas of quantum physics and relativity at a young age. His earliest heroes were Albert Einstein, Stephen Hawking and Richard Feynman. At age 6, he even constructed a butane-powered tennis ball cannon.
 
 
While visiting the University of Innsbruck in the late 1990s, Freeman observed a series of seminal teleportation experiments conducted by the Institute for Experimental Physics. Practical applications for teleportation became his obsession, and he eventually attended the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), in which Isaac Kleiner became his mentor. In 1999, he received his doctorate (Ph.D.) from MIT with a thesis paper entitled ''Observation of Einstein-Podolsky-Rosen Entanglement on Supraquantum Structures by Induction through Nonlinear Transuranic Crystal of Extremely Long Wavelength (ELW) Pulse from Mode-Locked Source Array'' (essentially about the teleportation of matter through extremely dense elements).<sup>[1]</sup>
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While visiting the University of Innsbruck in the late 1990s, Freeman observed a series of seminal teleportation experiments conducted by the Institute for Experimental Physics. Practical applications for teleportation became his obsession, and he eventually attended the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), in which Isaac Kleiner became his mentor. In 1999, he received his doctorate (Ph.D.) from MIT with a thesis paper entitled ''Observation of Einstein-Podolsky-Rosen Entanglement on Supraquantum Structures by Induction through Nonlinear Transuranic Crystal of Extremely Long Wavelength (ELW) Pulse from Mode-Locked Source Array'' (essentially about the teleportation of matter through extremely dense elements).
   
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Dr. Gordon Freeman is the most-known resistance soldier. He is a theoretical physicist who is forced to defend himself and the human species against hostile aliens and other enemies following an experiment gone wrong. In the process, he becomes an almost legendary resistance hero, eventually becoming one of the leaders of an uprising against the Combine in Golmar Earth. His work, along with the works of Drs Eli Vance and Isaac Kleiner, was instrumental to the creation of the Kleiner-Freeman-Vance Drive Systems, the primary non-Combine, and non-Ancient method the wider Multiverse uses for multiversal travel.

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Early life and MIT Edit

A native of Seattle, Washington, Freeman showed great interest and aptitude in the areas of quantum physics and relativity at a young age. His earliest heroes were Albert Einstein, Stephen Hawking and Richard Feynman. At age 6, he even constructed a butane-powered tennis ball cannon.

While visiting the University of Innsbruck in the late 1990s, Freeman observed a series of seminal teleportation experiments conducted by the Institute for Experimental Physics. Practical applications for teleportation became his obsession, and he eventually attended the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), in which Isaac Kleiner became his mentor. In 1999, he received his doctorate (Ph.D.) from MIT with a thesis paper entitled Observation of Einstein-Podolsky-Rosen Entanglement on Supraquantum Structures by Induction through Nonlinear Transuranic Crystal of Extremely Long Wavelength (ELW) Pulse from Mode-Locked Source Array (essentially about the teleportation of matter through extremely dense elements).

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