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The present health care system has in fact been able to provide almost unbelievable advances in disease diagnoses and treatments, surgery, emergency services and other critical areas of health care. The availability of this expertise is of course extremely valuable to each of us—especially given that any one of us may well be in dire need of it on any given day.

 While great strides have been made in the critical areas of disease treatment, disease diagnoses, surgery, and emergency services, other key areas of the health care system unfortunately still lag far behind.

Sadly, many Americans still experience prolonged and severe suffering with many of the major diseases. In addition, suffering with illnesses on a daily basis is also all to common such as just feeling terrible with no reliable answers available.

So the question is, when you take a closer look at the current health care system with an open mind is it truly the best we can do given the advanced technology currently available? To reach the more ideal higher levels of public health it seems obvious there must be more emphasis on disease prevention.

Although continued disease treatment research is of course essential, given the ongoing shortcomings of the present overall health care system discussed above, and the availability of the latest technology that is especially suited for advanced wellness levels research, shouldn’t such research also be considered essential?

Is a major segment of our health care system completely missing? Shouldn’t human health research be conducted on two levels—both disease treatment and advanced wellness levels?

If so, who should be responsible to see that this happens? Do we as individuals, as lay people, have that responsibility  to ourselves and our families? Or, should we merely leave it up to the experts in the field to continue to operate the system as they see fit?

So the question is should we just allow ourselves to settle for what we have or do we take steps to seriously do something about it?

Advanced wellness levels research is very exciting in its own right, because of its untold additional upside possibilities. It has the great potential of providing some almost miraculous type results in terms of human health, developments that today we don’t even dare dream of.

Fortunately, we currently not only have available the advanced technology, but in addition the means to set up a highly advanced wellness research information system? And, even more exciting, that it is not only possible, but that such a system has actually already been designed and provided for in the form of a book, called Vibrant Health Plus: The Real Medical Revolution?

If interested in learning more about the system,  the introduction below will provide critical basic information on the underlying technology involved, how it is applied and how a basic wellness research system would function. After reading it, you be the judge–does it indeed have merit and should you pursue it further.

The Introduction and the book are about a highly sophisticated health information research system using the latest and most advanced technology available. The Introduction description involves processing literally trillions of critical research health questions per second– critical health relationships are developed and processed between all the critical health elements of our personal environment, health history, family health history, and a very accurate representation of your present level of health (the research would involve millions of patients)

Advanced Wellness Levels Research

Do you believe there is the means available in the world today that could dramatically improve normal human health levels? Do we even dare believe that the technical means is now in fact available to accomplish such life changing advances in the human race?

Take a few minutes and read the following Introduction to see what you think. Then decide if you believe this direction is worth pursuing further.


Vibrant Health Plus: The Real Medical Revolution was originally published in 2003. It is now being converted to an e-book format, published as a second edition and placed for sale through Google Play.

Vibrant Health Plus: The Real Medical Revolution, through the application of the latest technology, involves a highly sophisticated health information system that would dramatically lower disease levels and raise wellness levels far beyond anything we have ever seen, or for that matter we can even imagine at this time.

Such a statement surely seems out of place, especially in that we would expect any significant break-through in health care to come directly from the experts within the health care industry, and not from an electronic engineer completely outside the medical system.


The current health care system is very aggressive in pursuing research, continually probing deeper and deeper into the human body. The system is very good at both diagnosing and treating disease and establishing valuable specialty health services. It is highly rated, often even referred to as the best health care system in the world.

Unfortunately, as outstanding as the health care system is in these critical areas, it is seriously lacking in other equally critical areas. The result is devastating the American public and is evidenced by the continuing high levels of life threatening and crippling disease in the US. Additionally, high levels of illnesses are causing more unhappiness and suffering on a day-to-day basis (the word illness is used here to describe a serious ailment that has not yet been diagnosed as a disease).

Compounding the problem is the constant threat we are under—continually at risk with no advanced warning whatsoever. We may, on any given day, develop a serious life threatening disease. Even a thorough physical examination by our physician offers little protection. We may still develop a serious disease within days of such an examination and a clean bill of health.

These current high levels of disease and illness present a deeply unsettling picture indeed. Beyond the impact to our physical health, the high levels of disease and illness have caused the cost of health care to skyrocket to a level that poses a financial threat to not only individuals but to Medicare and Medicaid programs as well. At this point, many feel extremely vulnerable—with no recourse but to just keep suffering, paying and hoping.

Many of us try to faithfully follow the health care system’s recommendations. The sad news is that even those among us that strictly follow all recommended health programs and rules are still exposed to the many dangerous diseases. Clearly, as important as these steps are, they are not the whole answer—critical health issues are still being left unresolved.

So should we just leave the system “as is” and allow ourselves to continue to live under the existing conditions? Or, if we believe we have the means, should we seriously try to correct the problem? Instead of concentrating primarily on the diagnosis and treatment of disease, how about applying far more emphasis on the prevention of disease and illness—asking what factors substantially affect our health? What about our environment? Which of the hundreds of elements in our environment do we need to take advantage of, avoid, or improve upon to reduce disease levels and raise our level of wellness.


If I were to ask you what you believe were the major environmental elements that likely affect your level of health, you would probably point to a dozen or so off the top of your head—like a balanced diet, nutritional food, clean drinking water, proper rest, types of exercise, weight control, household cleaning solvents, insecticides and more.

However, a closer, scientific look at our environment reveals hundreds of variables that are actually involved—many of which we already know affect our level of health. Most of these are far beyond the human capacity to track, let alone separate, identify, or relate in any effective way to our health—especially given the numerous, overlapping interrelationships and highly complex chemicals involved.

Thankfully, however, we have the advanced technology and the means to develop a modern, highly sophisticated health information system that could:

1) Effectively correlate all elements of our environment to all elements of our health—the hundreds (likely thousands) of variables in our personal environment to the thousands of variables involved in human health. This system would generate trillions of correlations through the use of the latest and most advanced technology—clinical laboratory science in combination with supercomputers.
2) Establish numerous wellness levels of human health (with available critical health information for each) as opposed to our current two levels of health, basically defined as a disease or lack of disease by our current health care system.
3) Separately, accurately, and rapidly analyze each chemical both manufactured and applied in the USA, as they relate to human health and store the results in computer banks for effective direct diagnostic purposes.
4) Take full advantage of any possible health benefits from the 250,000 chlorophyll-based plants on earth, that the experts claim still need evaluating for possible human health benefits. This system would have the capacity to rapidly recognize even the slightest human health benefit and identify the area of human health that would most benefit—advancing the process twofold. Furthermore, once all plants on earth are evaluated, there would be no reason that the same system could not begin evaluating the 50 million invertebrates in the rain forests and oceans for even more human health benefits.
5) Provide you a very special personal health report–one that is extensive, informative and accurate; one that includes a fine-tuning segment for long term optimal health planning.
6) Provide voluntary access with absolute confidentiality. This system design would fully protect confidential health information from any government or business access. In addition, the system provides no opportunity for intrusion of any kind by anyone into our personal lives. You will have the option of using the health information system only, if, and when you are so inclined and feel it is to your advantage to do so.

I realize that these brief summaries sound far fetched—both because of the scope of the proposed accomplishments and the vast number of correlations involved. But please don’t pass judgment too quickly. Allow me an opportunity first to explain the underlying technology and its basis, and second to provide you an opportunity to evaluate the possibilities of the system yourself. Hopefully, you will appreciate, as I do, the almost unlimited potential involved.

Before I begin, let me explain how I, an electronic engineer, became involved in designing this sophisticated health care information system.

The Power of Computer Processing
After graduating from Electronic Institute of Technology (EIT) in 1963, I was employed by an electronic industrial control manufacturing company in Southfield, Michigan. It was there that I became directly involved in the design of large, highly specialized computer systems for the automotive and tire industries.

Prior to this experience, I had been highly interested in health care and often wondered about the possibility of designing an effective health information system that could utilize the process computer. I believed there had to be an effective and practical means of applying this almost unlimited power to the human health problem—primarily in terms of correlating human health to what we know affects human health—the human environment (at least as the first step). Those thoughts were tempered by an awareness that before any system of that nature could be seriously considered there were two very difficult hurdles that first had to be overcome. The first was how the extremely complex human environment, in all of its diverse and complex facets, could possibly be fully identified, captured and formulated reliably into a computer friendly format.

Aside from the complexity of the numerous chemical elements present, the personal environment itself is remarkably complex and would require a highly specialized system to effectively and reliably recognize and capture every conceivable element. (Here, the term Personal Environment will represent any elements in our personal environment that could possibly affect our health.)

The second hurdle would be that, even after all the Personal Environmental data were successfully captured and entered into a computer system, what type of technology could possibly be applied to accurately and effectively relate that data to human health?

Some key answers to those questions began to come together when I read Dr. Deepock Chopra’s book titled Quantum Healing: Exploring the Frontiers of Mind/Body Medicine. In his book, Chopra describes hundreds of critical and valuable details involving the numerous, critical functions of the human body. (If you really want to understand how your body truly functions I highly recommend this book.) I will share briefly, in this introduction, some of the key details gleaned from Dr. Chopra’s text.

Acknowledging the Complexities

An endocrinologist, Dr. Chopra is a well-known and prolific author and has appeared for years on special television health programs. His knowledge of endocrinology along with his brilliance, allows him to delve into many detailed and critical functions of the human body—such as the complex hormonal system, the nervous system and the very intricate and complex DNA system—and to relate how each directly and intricately affects body functions and health.

Dr. Chopra describes the extremely high level of intelligence spread throughout the human body—not just in the brain. The almost unbelievable and delicate control of the millions of bio-chemicals involved boggles the mind. Further, he explains how the body functions exclusively through the use of bio-chemicals and, amazingly, how all of these bio-chemicals are not only produced by, but also controlled by, our DNA. He stresses the fact that those very sophisticated internal chemicals, that normal body functions so critically depend upon, are both produced and controlled internally by our body.

Dr. Chopra’s conclusions raise serious concerns as to how strong manufactured chemicals in our Personal Environments might well be affecting those more subtle bio-chemicals and, as a result, our health. Can chemicals in our food, water, clothing, insecticides, cleaning chemicals, herbicides and more be seriously undermining our natural bio-chemicals? It’s logical to believe that the manufactured chemicals might very well be a major factor in some of our present day disease problems. We need a system capable of answering this question.

Dr. Chopra also points out another important discovery made in scientific medicine in the 1970s. It was found that neurons did not communicate messages from one cell to another cell through the use of an electrical charge as earlier believed. Instead, it was found that they too operate on bio-chemistry. He explains how extremely intelligent the human body really is, how every cell in our body, all 50 to 100 trillion, knows what is going on in the rest of the body—all of which is also accomplished through bio-chemical action.

You will also see—and this is closely referenced in my book—that because of the extreme complexity and high level of intelligence throughout the human body, Dr. Chopra believes that some injections prescribed for certain diseases act as a crude jolt to the human body and this is the reason that so many of the attempts to manipulate, or force, the body into compliance are not, and will not, be successful. Reading his book one realizes that he strongly believes that our current medical system gravely underestimates the immense complexity of the human body.

Clinical Laboratory Science

Bio-chemical makeup of the human body plays another crucial role in health care—specifically in clinical laboratory science (CLS). Most of us are not even familiar with the name. It is the science used to provide the medical laboratory tests for you and your doctor. This service is an essential part of your physician’s medical practice and success. As pointed out by Dr. Chopra, your body’s biochemical activity is what provides the basis for that wonderful science, the latest in technology that helps unlock many of your body’s secrets. CLS has now been developed to a very advanced level with the exciting promise of much more to come—and very quickly.

It is important to understand however, that even though CLS currently is used primarily by physicians in their use of laboratory tests, it is definitely not controlled by the physicians in any way or by the practice of medicine. (For up-to-date general information about CLS, please reference the American Association of Clinical Laboratory Science (ASCLS), available online.) CLS is a separate organization and operates as a completely separate and autonomous entity. A benefit of this autonomy is that CLS can be used for other applications as desired—such as a sophisticated medical information system like the one I am proposing. In short, the public can choose to establish such a system completely apart from the practice of medicine and apart from control by the practice of medicine using a science that is fully established and considered one of the most—if not the most—advanced segment of the current medical system.

To further emphasize these important points, I have copied some critical information directly from the ASCLS website from the year 2007—critical information directly from the profession itself:

On Independent Practice:
“Clinical Laboratory Science is a profession which practices independently as well as collaboratively with other health care professionals. Artificial and arbitrary barriers to this practice should not be erected. The profession is distinct from the practice of medicine, has its own body of knowledge, certifies its own practitioners and requires continued competency assessment in the science technology and management of clinical laboratories.”

Under the Description of Current Practice:
“Clinical Laboratory science is distinct from the practice of medicine which renders diagnosis and provides treatment for human beings. While clinical laboratory science provides critical information, they do not diagnose or prescribe treatment.”

On What Tests Might You Expect To Be Ordered:
“There are thousands of possible laboratory tests with around 500 performed in most institutions.”

After reading Dr. Chopra’s book, I realized that CLS could also be the missing link I was looking for in the design of a successful, sophisticated national health information system. Because I happened to be living in Ann Arbor, Michigan, I decided to look into CLS at the University of Michigan Medical Library. I found they had a very large section devoted to CLS providing textbooks from some of the leading experts in America. I spent several weeks in research and found an unbelievable amount of very useful and interesting information. I was also pleasantly surprised as to how the science was so thoroughly explained in laypersons terms.

I used several of those library textbooks for reference books and share many very interesting aspects of CLS in my book. I hope you will find them even partially as interesting as I. I realized that here at last is what we were looking for, what we needed to truly revolutionize our health care system in terms of disease and illness prevention, and for the development of advanced levels of wellness. I would just like to present some examples of that uniquely valuable health information here. I was very careful to tightly reference my book. As a result, any questions involving CLS information accuracy can be very easily and thoroughly checked out.

The following are a few direct quotes from some key CLS areas in my book that, in turn, came directly from textbooks found at University  of Michigan’s Medical Library:

 “The body’s biochemical processes, including its biochemical relationships are operationally key to cellular function and health.”

“The bio-chemically based human body thus presents a great opportunity for the study of the human organism to help unlock many of its secrets.”

“Chemical changes in both body fluids and cells are used as indicators of biological change within the human organism.”

“Modern medicine would be impossible without CLS.”

“referred to by many as an explosion in biochemical knowledge, There is every reason to assume that the rapid advancements in CLS will continue.”

There are over 1500 enzymes in the human body with many key critical body functions directly affected (examples in the book).

CLS Tests: Also, from the textbooks on CLS, there are discussions involving the development of hormones, antibodies, and special protein tests called Protein Markers. The experts claim that available Protein Marker tests alone are so numerous that a computer was required merely to keep track of them.

The health information system proposed in my book, called the Computer Correlated Test Information (CCTI) system, is designed to provide you key health information, on both the broader based human being needs level, as well as the more detailed individual needs level.

Modern Laboratory Processes:

Modern laboratories are now mostly automated using robotics, bar codes, and computerized instruments (the units that usually develop the actual tests in the labs). The computerized units automatically transfer test results directly to the main laboratory computer which, in turn, under normal laboratory use by the physician, translates the testing results and transfers those results to your physician. However, using this same laboratory system with the CCTI system application, the 100 test profile test results would be sent directly to the physician’s office computer in raw test form (not just in the translated form) for detailed analysis in the diagnostic and research computer systems.

Two Major Hurdles: As previously discussed, for any type of process computer system to be seriously considered, there are two major hurdles to be overcome. The first was how the extremely complex human environment could possibly be fully identified, captured and formulated reliably into a computer friendly format. The second hurdle was to provide some means of effectively and reliably relating such environmental data to human health.

Fortunately, as you will see in my book, a very effective and reliable means of identifying and transferring Personal Environmental elements into a computer input format has been successfully designed through the use of special computer systems, special software programs and in conjunction with an environmental specialist that would be assigned to each primary care doctor’s office.

The system also includes an option to send a person’s list of supermarket purchases to their home computer for later use if desired. For example, the lists could be used to update the Personal Environmental report in preparation for the next state health diagnostic and information request. The supermarket connection has other major advantages such as allowing the national research center to tie health issues back to supermarkets and even brands (details in book).

Clinical Laboratory Test Relationships

So how do we overcome hurdle number two? Through the use of CLS. How are CLS tests used as a reliable measuring means (as a measuring technology) to effectively relate human health to the human environment?

First, remember that the 500 tests available in most laboratories are available for application. These are more than enough from which the 100 highly specialized tests for the 100 test profiles can be selected in order to successfully establish the CCTI system. Note, the CLS experts would be used on a consulting basis to select the ideal 100 test profiles for this type of application.

To visualize how this system would work, imagine the special 100 tests selected, all laid out in a row. Now add 4 more rows directly under the first row. This visual arrangement represents the 100 separate tests with 5 possible outcomes for each—anyone of the five locations. If you attempt to determine mathematically how many possible test combination outcomes you can have with this 100 test profile, you will see that it is up in huge numbers—5 to the 100th power—many trillions of possible test profile results. For example, 5 to the 16th power already exceeds one trillion. The actual number of graduation readings for the various 100 tests will of course vary.

Even before we start considering the vast correlating power of profile pattern relationships, we need to first be aware of the enormous amount of critical health information that the 100 individual tests would directly provide on an individual basis—remembering that those tests are made up of the most critical tests available such as hormones, enzymes, antibody, and Protein Markers and other key tests. This provides an enormous amount of very valuable health information and could initially be used to help categorize individuals (discussed later).

As important as those test results would be, the accumulative power of the CCTI system however comes as a result of what I refer to as profile pattern relationships. A profile pattern is the actual name of the 100 test profile results after application to an individual. The profile pattern relationships are the major powerhouses of this medical information system. In other words, the relationship of the results of one profile pattern compared to the results of millions of others and of course to the other critical factors involved in the case—such as environmental information and medical history. This provides strong analytical power for relating the human environment to human health—providing an almost unbelievable correlating capacity.

When thinking this through, please keep in mind that all profile tests used in this system are identical. It’s important for the profile testing relationships developed, that the exact same test profile (the same exact set of tests) is used throughout the system on a continuing basis in order to develop the great analytical advantages of the profile pattern relationships. The profile pattern relationships are used extensively in the main computer research center.

Volunteer Section of System: Another important use of the profile patterns is in the volunteer section of the research center where it is applied to all chemicals known to be manufactured or applied in the USA. Such chemical tests would be unusually safe because the 100 test profile is so extremely sensitive to the any slight affect whatsoever and, as a result, chemicals could be tested initially at extremely cautious levels. Once the test profile pattern for each chemical has been established by the volunteer section, the profile patterns established by that particular chemical or chemical combinations are then stored in the state diagnostic computer banks so that with your next profile pattern (again an identical test profile) can be run by all the stored chemical profile patterns in the diagnostic computer, to see if there is a match or partial match to your new profile pattern. In addition, it would also be related to your environmental report.

The very nature of chemicals, being what they are, along with the quantities involved, presents a question as to whether we can rely on our ability to recognize and account for them all when reading our environment. Because of this added complexity, a complete separate chemical testing section was necessary to back up the environmental readings (more details can be found in chapters 3 through 6.)
Brief System Outline

This will provide you a general outline as to the systems’ basic operation. Because of its brevity, it will probably initially raise more questions than it answers, but it will give you at least a good feel as to how the overall system will function.

Patient goes to primary care doctor, has the option of just a regular office visit or to request the special state center diagnosis. If you order the special diagnosis, the doctor then orders the environmental report data, the 100 profile lab test (through the use of one blood sample), does office examination along with patient health history, and then loads all information into office transmission computer. Transmits to state computer center with a coded patient number.

Patient data is diagnosed by the State Diagnostic Computer and returned immediately to physician—no patient data of any sort is left behind. At the same time the report data is returned to the doctor, the same information is automatically forwarded to National Research Center, but stripped of the patient code number used on state reports. Patient case is entered into NRC as a new research number only. There is no way patient can be identified. NRC report does however contain a geographical location ID to allow the NRC to accurately monitor geographical areas for any area health problems that may arise (details in book).

NCR would research up to fifty million cases a year, feed researched data results back to the states to update all State Computer Centers (eventually 50).

One requirement in particular was that the CCTI system be designed to fully safeguard against any risk of confidential medical information exposure. As you can see, the system very specifically and reliably does that. Furthermore, the CCTI system also includes a recommendation that would provide protection far greater than that which the present health care system is able to provide patients (details in book).

Financing the NRC: As an update to the suggestion in the book about financing and control. The book recommended that even though the full system, both State Centers and the NRC would be controlled by the states, and a public commission, it was recommended however that the NRC initially be financed by the federal government. However, due to circumstances surrounding the current federal health care problems, it is believed at this time that the better approach for this system’s development be left to the states themselves with the project having a far better chance of success. To be successful in setting up the overall system it would initially require only a minimum group of 10 states to initiate it. They could set up the state diagnostic systems and finance the NRC system with the balance of the states joining in later. Within a couple of years most of the states would join the group because of the great financial, and the health benefits available to member states.

Hospitals: The book spells out very simple and effective means of drastically reducing serious hospital health problems such as staph infections (infections acquired in the hospital), and other serious health problems that pose serious threats to patients and patient’s hospital costs.

Hereditary weaknesses: We know that such weaknesses do exist, but what we do not know is how many of these weaknesses may possibly be neutralized with just the right addition to, or an elimination of, key elements in our Personal Environment. The CCTI system will very closely examine, through the process of correlating millions of cases of health verses environment very closely, as to why some people experience the diseases while many others do not. The massive correlations conducted would include the thousands of chemical profile patterns established—likely a major factor.

Categorizing Individuals: Because of the immense correlating power there is every reason to believe the system also has the capacity to provide millions of separate individual categories. This is an extremely important feature allowing for development of the special individual’s needs for optimal health. Even though we do have common needs as human beings, we also have additional special needs as individuals that vary significantly from person to person. Even though our differences likely don’t approach the 6 ½ billion people in the world, the distinguishing differences between human beings could well be up in the millions in terms of precisely what affects different people health-wise—both the negatives and the positives.

Aim of CCTI system: CCTI has the ability to relate large quantities of critical human body tests to patient health, patient medical history, patient family history, and to patient’s Personal Environment, and also in turn correlate those results to the millions of other case results. The long-term aim of the CCTI system goes beyond prevention—hopefully with the development of highly advanced wellness levels. Imagine what it would be like if we could determine what those—almost magical—individual needs are that would allow us to effectively fine-tune our wellness level, to an advanced level of wellness where feeling great every day would be more the rule rather than the exception—what it is in our environment we need to add or avoid for optimal health.

Ongoing wellness improvement:

Another very positive factor about the system design is that once in place it will never stop improving human wellness levels and at a very rapid rate. For example, what about down the road 20 or 30 years? Try to imagine what the system might be evaluating that far out—added youthfulness, healthy aging, examining more of Mother nature’s special health discoveries?


The question may arise with some, as to why should nature’s plants be considered so valuable as to be included in such a system? Many reasons, but one word in particular comes to mind very quickly—penicillin. As described in the book, ay arise with some, as to why should nature’s plants it came directly from nature (a mold) and was discovered in England in 1928 only by sheer accident. Even today, after 80 years, antibiotics are by far still the most effective and powerful tools your doctor has available to solve serious bacterial infection problems. What does nature truly have to offer us; what else is waiting to be discovered? None of us know because we don’t know what we don’t know. Some of nature’s elements may well provide great benefits such as in weight control, addiction control, and/or advanced wellness levels. Who knows? There are enormous possibilities here that need to be explored. The question arises, why aren’t these plants currently being evaluated on a broad scale basis if they are so potentially valuable? Primarily because there is a minimum financial incentive: natural substances cannot be patented.

Recent Technology advancements and health care:

It has been in recent years only that the technology has advanced to the point where an information system such as the CCTI system is plausible. Clinical Laboratory Science has recently developed large numbers of very reliable tests that reveal hundreds of critical hidden body functions. In addition, CLS has developed advanced automation in their labs that can now easily provide the quantity, quality, and pricing required for a CCTI type system. Supercomputers provide the processing power needed for the massive amount of data correlations required (details in book).

A typical personal experience under the CCTI system: It would be very similar to what you would currently experience when visiting your doctor except you would have the option of requesting the special state diagnosis which your doctor would then be obligated to set in motion. You could apply it once a year, every two or three years, or whenever you felt it was to your personal advantage to do so, essentially free.

Powerful Entities: Unfortunately, there are many powerful entities in this country that have a vested interest in leaving the current health care system the way it is. With the CCTI system designed solely around the public’s needs and best interests, it will need your support for success. The system needs to be reviewed by the experts (hopefully State) to demonstrate its viability and to then, without undue delay, develop and install the system.

System Potential? Is it possible that we have a system here that can potentially so dramatically change our lives? Additionally, is the potential upside of the system truly unlimited and beyond any possible comprehension at this time?
May 2014                                                                               W. D. Wood

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