The purpose of the experiment is to test CPT (Charge/Parity/Time) inversion to determine if the universe would look the same if we simultaneously swapped all matter for antimatter, left for right, and backwards in time for forwards in time.
"As long as no red flags are raised in the experiment, we plan to move forward with the project in November," said top engineer Fedwick McGillicutty. "Our hope is that, by reversing time itself, we can do away with the whole debacle that is 'daylight savings time.'"
No single book can ever do that.
Of course, LotR is really three books... (Or six. Or seven. (Depending on how you count them.))
The 50 states are mostly too small to exist on their own as viable nations (except for California and Texas) without being part of some kind of union, the way small European countries have banded together into a union to increase their trading and economic power and reduce the frictional losses of having separate currencies and economies and having trade barriers.
The population of the US in 1790 was 3,929,214.
Next best is FBI.
now remembering which drives are which a few years from now should one go bad, that's a different story
You could splurge and invest another $50 in a label maker...