Hello! I cannot give a detailed biography right now, as I have no time; however I would like to say that I have had interesting times; the kind I never wished on my enemies. I want to write; no matter how much I am discouraged by people who do not like my ideas.
I am a strong believer in freedom of thought belief and expression of the individual, in the nature of man, and in the rights of those who seek to find, and the right to make choices. I feel that fewer people uphold these values than they did when I was born. Perhaps the law-laws that punish discrimination have crimped the human free-thinking style, reducing intelligence at least those components that the educational system does not seem to be able to impart.
I am also much dismayed to find out how people in the UK love and trust paychology as a science when some of these believers don't even know what a science is, and can be lied to and divested of their money. I am much dismayed to find that in the UK, there is an interest among psychologists to impart "male intelligence" to women by accepting credit card payments, and that this can be done so conveniently (who is it more convenient for?) that the whole thing can be done online. Thus far they have only succeeded in selling sex toys, and websites for married people. I am only commenting based on articles written by psychologists in the London Metro since Jan 2006.
You see, we originally used to say (knew) that some college courses were to be called mickey mouse courses. But now conciousness of such matters is blurring out, resulting in the non-existence of lions and mice or at least nobody can tell the difference. With the number of courses with otherwise incomprehensible new fangled names being on the increase, even multipling exponentially, people are believed to have acquired skills that were once believed could not be bought for ££$$$£$£$£$. Does this really happen?
When somebody makes a statement, (as I have done above), it is either true or false. I now go on to ask (am I being facetious ?) whether there is anyone out there who would kill me ( i e like to kill me) if I should try to expose what I shall call the BIG FRAUD? To what extent have these "scientists" ( meaning psychologists) been able to impart these abilities that nature appeared to have denied them.
A little reflection would tell you WHY I would talk about people wanting to kill me if I somehow "bust" this system whereby you can get it all from a course devised by a psychologist. It is my intention to point out specifically cases where a psychologist has imparted human intelligence and where I observed the education to have failed. I prefer to use metaphor and symbol rather than names and proper nouns to try and establish failure of a million dollar (fraudulent?) business.
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My first book, Sex Manual for Physicists-A conceptual guide and system tour, consists of monochromatic text without images, while the second, Review of the Institute of Physics, has graphics. They are not pornographic creations but are of course an adult topic, and I of course have not been a goody-two-shoes in my desire to use picturesque language.
Needless to say, they are NOT a text book of Physics -(there has been an uprising called "The Physics of Sex" whereas I ad only heard of "The Joys of Sex". Sexually Provocative language in formal environments and other desperate and otherwise inappropriate means have been resorted to, so as to sell Physics. If sex can be used to sell Physics, why shouldn't sell (if I sell) books that make an opportunity out of the sexual opportunities they provide? Again, the issue addressed in these books is the possible failure of the system that gives away brains to people, this challenging the freewill concept and autonomy of man.
"They have got to make their money SOMEHOW doesn't matter HOW!"
Again, I cannot over-emphasize that I do not expect to be extremely popular with psychologists or those who are in a position to feel snubbed by my increasing findings. I have cracked a code.