I cannot access the system while I am in air. I am trying
to come up with a good document to paste out on what we actually
need. I will be meeting with Gaurav in about 19 or 20 hours. I
would like to seem like I have it together. I hear that he does.
I know we had enough research on the system to file for the
patent, but we want Leverex to evolve further on the system with
other contributors. We would like to have some piece of what
eventually becomes a manufactured Leverex come from someone
Only Blythe understood when I began calling Leverex
\u201cProptor Hoc\u201d the other day. I had to explain to people that
this is a statement of something that is often misconstrued
about our prized invention. It goes a little something like
this. 1 2 3 4
\u201cBecause Dr. Malcolm Blythe, the inventor of Leverex, wants to do things this way, others should take notice and consider it as well.\u201d
The second statement is one we are challenged to either
make true, or create truth with another drug. Some might
conclude falsely that Leverex came from SO/Med under it\u2019s
methods, they might even conclude that we are trying to say
that. This is an example of \u201cpost hoc ergo propter hoc\u201d. In
easier words, this Latin phrase means \u201cbecause steps A came
before B, A was the cause of B.
Because SO/Med was officially formed, and it\u2019s founders
together before they patented Leverex, does not mean that SO/Med
invented it. A good defense is that drug companies who control
patents, aren\u2019t necessarily the inventors, they are just
connected to them in some way.
The reason for that spew of words is that I need an
operating system to take in more research data on Leverex. I
would also like to add another drug. I have writing that is
more than a couple of years old which defines a process for
introducing and crediting the initiators of a new drug project.
of management of a organization like this is something I have thought a lot about. There was no reality tied to any of this at the time. Then it was easy.
The mocked up computer system I showed Gerhardstein was
pretty recent at that time. The most positive batch of thought
I have had in recent weeks is that I was rather stagnant in the
Open Source Medicine writing when I met him.
The reason why I developed a little computer program was
that the big picture writings were largely complete. They were
completed as far as what my feeble cranium could muster.
I could have presented this as a Masters Thesis Proposal at
the University. I had planned to, but not until now. I was
thinking I could try for admission in the spring semester. The
professor of some undetermined discipline (I thought of
Philosophy or Computer Science. I was never sure what field it
fell into) would be the one to tell me what more should be
I had thought about asking her boss, Gerhardstein, where it
might be best received. I hadn\u2019t met him. His name made me
nervous. I thought he might be more overbearing than he was.
Plus, who was I to present such a far-reaching concept?
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