To offset the rumors that I have magically conjured up the answers to our behaviors through some special relationship with Nature that I alone seem to possess, I have painstakingly provided a sample of the references utilized in composition of The Theorem: A Complete Answer to Human Behavior. Of course they were always there, published since the very first edition on pages 475 to 496. No matter, my critics are a lazy, morbid bunch; too intellectually impoverished to purchase a book and look for themselves. They want you to believe that the discovery is so impossible that they will stop at nothing to mislead the potential reader and prevent you from opening up the book; seeing for yourself what many others have already seen. This of course is that no one does it alone.

Whatever you accomplish of value, it is a hard road. This is especially true when you seek to create something significant in a seemingly insignificant society. As easy as this discovery seems to roll off my pen, I can guarantee that this was not the case. Instead, the supposed ease at which each of these disorders and behaviors are portrayed in a seamless fit, is a result of over 30,000 mind-numbing hours of work personally accomplished. It was during these many long hours that the names on the following pages took on a life of their own. So began a one sided friendship. Overwrought from a lack of sleep, absence of external stimulus and locked in a reality that I perhaps never want to return to; I would vocalize my admiration or dissatisfaction at the direction of research each of these studies represented. In other words, debating with a piece of paper for all practical purposes. I would say out loud, “No researcher so and so, you are going the wrong way”. Or, “Yes researcher you are on the right track here!” I know this is a strange confession, one my previous publisher would probably not recommended me making, but it was indeed an integral part of the discovery process nonetheless. A process that itself has no set of established guidelines or criteria, with the exception of forever changing the life of the individual it consumes.

Have no concern if your name does not appear on these references. Why? Well because I was only able to publish a small sample, one chapter’s worth, of the 2308 references actually utilized in the development of The Theorem’s behavioral model. This was of course due to space limitations of being a first time author (It was hard even to be allowed 500 pages). I am hopeful however of the future. I see a day ahead when The Theorem’s acceptance is universal and I will have some real pull with my future publisher. It will be on that day that the entire list can be published. True it may take a small forest to add those extra hundred plus pages to book, but I am in the heartfelt belief that it will be worth it. Until that day comes however, this will have to suffice.

I do want to take this opportunity to once again thank all of the hundreds of thousands of hours that the names on this list represent; the women and men, and their work accomplished. I certainly could not have done it without your dedication to your respective discipline.

Douglas M. Arone


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