Topic Index

This experiment was delayed due to a murder in the family, but is now back on track.  It will be published in two parts.  Part one will be articles 1-6 and the second part will be articles 7-10.  The prologue will be extended, so if you're among the first 3,600 participants (who've already read the previous prologue), than simply jump down to the section labeled "Onus Probandi" and start from there.

Running late.  Get used to it; I've never been on time for anything in my life.

You could tell me the world is coming to an end...

     "There's a flood on it's way…
       so you better be at that ark by 8pm!"

And this would be my response…  I'd hit the local store, as fast as I could, to buy myself a ******* scuba suit, because I know all-too-well that I'm not making that boat.

Such is the true nature of genius.


    Ⅰ.  Prologue (revised)

   Ⅱ.  Primer
          Information required to understand the rest, along with a broader view and statistical break-down.

  Ⅲ.  Illegal Interrogations
          The Science behind how and why innocent people are confessing to crimes they didn't commit.  Disabilities are not required for these methods to work on you or your children.

  Ⅳ.  Eye Witness Testimony
          The Science behind how and why citizens are unknowingly throwing innocent people in prison.

   Ⅴ.  System Flaws
          How one bad cop can turn any community into a fascist dictatorship with the citizen having nowhere to turn.

  Ⅵ.  Education & Training
          The beginning of the problems with our law enforcement.  Criminal Justice: the pseudoscience that's betraying the red, white, and blue.

 Ⅶ.  Lost Context Found
          The context required to bring the knowledge to understanding, along with answers via Science & Math.

Ⅷ.  The Why
          The Science and unknown information explaining why American rights are not honored.

  Ⅸ.  The Solution
          Permanent solutions and remaining Quick-Stop Measures for each of the individual influences.

    Ⅹ.  Final Thoughts
          Remaining bits that were not already covered.