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The genesis of life

The re-genesis of life…

I was 10 years old when this story takes place. My mother, brother, sister and I were up at our cottage just getting settled in to spend the summer relaxing and having fun. My brother and I were both competitive slalom and trick water skiers. My brother was a really amazing trick and jump skier, … Continue reading The re-genesis of life…

What it really means to be gifted...

What it really means to be gifted…

People often think that I must be a very 'gifted person' due to all the things that I am able to do and have been able to accomplish. I think of myself as being gifted, but for a very different reason. Almost all of the things that I have discovered or created in life I … Continue reading What it really means to be gifted…

mindology Applied Research Centre

What is mindology?

Welcome and Thank You for dropping by to visit us... To welcome you and introduce you to 'mindology'. The best place for us to begin is to define 'mindology'. 'mindology' is the term we use to name a specialized branch of open learning and applied knowledge that was discovered by Bill Macquis while doing his … Continue reading What is mindology?

This is what being a 'DIVA' really means to me...

What it really means to be a ‘DIVA’…

Gloria Steinem, John Lennon and Martin Luther King Jr. are three people that I have a great admiration and respect for because they truly exemplify what it truly means to be a 'DIVA'. The DIVA acronym unexpectedly came to me one day back in the summer of  2012. At that time I was starting up … Continue reading What it really means to be a ‘DIVA’…

"The Little Engine that everybody said couldn't, wouldn't and shouldn't..."

“The Little Engine That Shouldn’t Have…”

This story bagan back in the late 70's when I originally came up with a concept for an electric free-flow electric turbine motor for commercial shipping vessels. At that time the technologies required to make this a cost effective and practical reality simply did not exist. Then in 2005 I found myself presented with an … Continue reading “The Little Engine That Shouldn’t Have…”