How Everyone Could Be Rich, Famous, Etc.
About the Book
Anyone purchasing one or more copies of How Everyone Could Be Rich, Famous, Etc. might be getting in on the ground floor level of any publishing or medical devices company the author might become involved with if he is ever effectively relieved of his various learning disabilities, obsessive-compulsive disorder and related difficulties. Please see the potential business item within the book.
By using some form of brain stimulation, or other kinds of mental activation (entailing electromagnetism, sound waves, focused particle beams, transdermal or intravascular nanobots, microminiature robots or computer components, targeted biotechnological, medicinal or other chemical agents, solar energy or conceivably, even focused, sagely contained strong or weak nuclear forces, gravitational waves, dark energy/matter to intensely pleasurize/de-effortize all learning and working-related processes, and individuals could thereby quickly become well-educated and knowledgeably competent to perform any employment-related activities and thereby earn a valuably high wage/large income. Such methods might also facilitate sexual liberation, freedom from pain/suffering etc.
Everyone could possibly become world famous via the hypothesis that each person is actually an animated or conciousized subatomic particle (attached to a relatively large, complicated body) and then, intermittently, circulating each person-particle throughout the world's entire (voluntarily participating) population.
About the Author
The author, a psychiatrist with additional experience in biophysics and bioengineering and electroencephalography (EEG) technology, turned 54 this year (2005). He has been afflicted with various learning disabilities since childhood and disabled with severe obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) since 1985.
The potential business item (contained within the book) bespeaks his writing and medical devices' design aspirations. He is a graduated of St. George's University School of Medicine (1983). And previously, in late 1974, worked briefly (as a research assistant) on "Artificial Vision for the Blind", under the auspices of Dr. William H. Dobelle in the Neuroprotheses and Artificial Organs Divisions of the Bioengineering Department at the University of Utah. Dr. Dobelle is cited in the 2005 Guinness Book of World Records under the headings of Medical Phenomena and the "earliest successful artificial eye", on page 20.
The author also won an award for "academic and technical excellence" in EEG technology from Graphic Controls Corporation and has had six articles published in Speculations in Science and Technology and Medical Hypotheses.
One of his goals is to play whatever role he can in the conceivable implementation of brain-stimulation mediated learning facilitation (LF) and work skills facilitation (WF), enhancement and diversification.