Obviously you seem very passionate about your work, as I am about mine and
as all in science should be. For as long as I have visited this newsgroup
you have by far had the majority of posts describing how your theories on TD
E/I-minimization etc. can account for a wide range of diseases and
However it is near to impossible to work out what your ideas are from the
mass of posts you have made, and you have stated that you only post for
people who have followed your argumenets over the years, and not to people
who arrive late. Therefore is there an online version of your work? So
people can read, understand and then give their opinions. If not I think it
would be a good idea, else you risk alienating people purely on the basis of
"KP-PC" <k.p.collins at worldnet.att.net%remove%> wrote in news:nmJqa.51525
$cO3.3593338 at bgtnsc04-news.ops.worldnet.att.net:
> What could I have done that I did not do?
>> It's a 'loaded question', because, if I could think of it, and it was
> possible, given my personal resources, I've done it.
>> But I'd like to hear what folks have to say.
>> The basic problem derived in the fact that I had to develop NDT
> outside of the system.
>> To try to overcome the 'separation' entailed, I went to both Society
> for Neuroscience and AAAS meetings, where I passed out copies of AoK
> [at a cost of $7.00 \each to me]. The meetings cost $3000-3500 each,
> and I went to 5-6 of them. I was expecting someone to respond
> affirmatively - in a way that would have allowed me to work my way
> back into the system.
>> I couldn't even apply for grad school because I'd 'funded' my
> research with my credit cards [the credit-card Science toundation"
>:-], and was, typically, carrying $20,000 in credit-card debt, needing
>:it's monthly payment that would've been 'impossible' to meet as a grad