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April 2000

by on March 10, 2010

Paul Wallich, et. al.
c/o Scientific American
415 Madison Ave.,
New York, N.Y. 10017
Re:`Who (indeed) Wants Privacy?’
Dear Sir: (April SC. AM. issue)

Maybe when we finally find out who governs our government we may consciously modify our reasoning– if any then are left! The most need for encryption is always needed by the corrupt, but to hide their need to peer into any potential profiting venture, the greatest of all to win the planet! Because there is only one ancient ethnic clan that could remain at peace yet today, we find our mtDNA a vast liability– but won’t be said until too late!

Since developing the `Self-think’ (right brain interface*) with the overt terror from the Patent Office over twenty years ago, it can be safely said at this late hour, we’ve got trauma ahead.


KTS Research

(No further `.com’ lines here! Note:

* note EPR data (last chapter `The End of Physics’) in G. Zukav’s `Dancing Wu Li–‘. Heisenberg was correct about the electron!

cc: Phys/Psy; Path/IQ; 3-dev
CC: D/Z w:

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