Pre Rain Man Autism

Figured out Autism is the next 1000 chapters in psychology. Once we learn the picture thoughts that happen during the lack of eye contact, normal thoughts result. We build on the work of Temple Grandin and we missed Rain Man 's curse. Autism Is BOTH mrdd and Einstein and even social functioning people

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Inventor of The Turing Motor a 70% efficient green triple hybird autstically designed car motor. There are at least 200 more Autisitc people like me, that function very well and modern autism will not own up to us. We connect MR/DD to Einstein and real life. We missed Rain Man's curse (thankfully) The Turing Motor is Green has no up and down moving parts and will get a reasonable car 90 MPG. It is the motor Ford and Mercedes would have built if they understood their own. It is Autistic Obession and splinter skills all figured out!

Saturday, October 28, 2006

Moving Gracefully threw life, like we do.

From the pages of the Crypto Sensitivity Autism guidelines / Old Autism that was once figured out speaks as a living anthropology of people that have completed double-blind autism experiences figure out and participate in the real world.

From Syndrome List

**** Difficulty intellectually and physically in knowing where their own body leaves off and the surrounding environment begins, especially when younger

////// Rich Shull Between the Pain tolerance and the Optic vision being turned off and on we do miss a lot of things, once Picture in Picture thought develops we can do much better at flowing and moving gracefully.

Modern Psychology and Science is for sure laughing at this statement. (He who laughs first is also the one to laugh last.) They don't have a clue our 'lack of eye contact' is a signal of working autism. If they understood our thought process they would know our OPTIC vision is OFTEN OFF for anyplace from a few milliseconds on. While our optic vision is OFF our, we are either thinking and viewing a brain generated image or we are in "Limbo" between the two type of thoughts. We might actually be out of it- not seeing with optic vision or thinking with brain generated images.

We are doing two different things thinking autistically with picture thoughts and CONVERTING THOSE thoughts to your thoughts.

Proficient Picture thinkers have learned to do our very unique picture thought process, blend it with yours and we are even able to achieve body language communication with you. If we work and keep our OPTIC vision ON we can often improve with coordination issues and like you, if our optic vision is ON we can do pretty well. It is when our Optic vision is OFF and we are thinking in pictures that we don't see enough of the physical world to do stuff gracefully.

As for the pain tolerance we often don't feel the same physical things you do, we have to feel things longer and squeeze them harder before they register with us. We have been known to walk on broken bones after all.

Rich Shull,,,,

The "best autism book ever"

ALAN TURING: The Enigma By Andrew Hodges Simon and Schuster New York. Copyright 1983 Related Item PBS-BBC show entitled Breaking the Code by Hugh Whitmore, based on The Enigma.

Sunday, October 22, 2006

Crypto Sensivity Blog

This Blog is the long version of answers and insight to the recently re released Autism diagnosis standards of time gone by . Now we are called CRYPTO SENSIVITY SYNDROME .

Below is point made in the listing and my answer to it, Please note this really was rooted in a by gone era as they even talked about the fact we can drive! Today the buzz in Autism is what group home is best for us? and what EIP and diet works and of course the Eye Contact issue. Please read over the new Crypto Autism and see if nothing else how the entire focus of Autism Changed for the worse over the years as Autism became a buzzword and more of a hopeless condition. Today we resemble the mold we are poured from, no wonder modern Autism folks don't do what we do. (In general.)

*May not drive a car well, or drives seldom, or not at all through own choice

MOST of the older drivers in our anthropology are the best drives on earth! We have to work to keep our optic vision on so we really pay attention to the road. Our keen senses alert us to the squealing tires of others in our midst giving us warning of impending things. Our emotionless thinking allows us to think about driving like a race car driver might, we NEVER slam on the brake and scream Oh ****! We try to plan a way out of the crash!

I have done just that missing a head on crash! I used picture thought (only in this emergency) and figured all the angles of the crash, And did what I could to miss it or make it as easy as possible and thus NEVER stepped on the brake, in fact, I HIT the gas hard and steered very little missing the crash by a few millimeters. Gassing it gave the car the most traction and not steering too much offered the best chance of not loosing control. It worked!! Many of us have similar stories to tell. Perhaps we need to be driving the ' Autism Speaks' Race car?

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Friday, October 20, 2006

Yabba Dabba Do (Fred Flintstone)

Oh Good Grief Mate, (Charlie Brown)

Another EEG Brain Wave Study. I don't know weather to laugh or scream upon reading this study. In some regard they are on track and doing the right thing but in another regard they have MISSED the entire point to Autism. I will add my thought to the following piece found on the World Wide Web.

MONDAY, Oct. 16 (HealthDay News) -- In adults with autism, various brain regions do not communicate as efficiently with one another as they do in normal people, U.S. researchers report.

//////From Rich well that is a given, but if they cared to study our group of very high functioning people that have figured out a different kind of human thought process, we might really 'light up' their EEG's in certain ways they never expected. If were deep in our 3 D thoughts for example, or perhaps were having a picture-in picture thought-we might give them some new ideas.

Researchers used high-resolution electroencephalography (EEG) to examine the brains of 36 adults, ages 19 to 38. Half the study volunteers had autism. The researchers focused on connections in the cerebral cortex, the part of the brain that deals with higher cognitive processes.

/////// From Rich, I wonder if we have all of our picture thoughts working and we are bridging the gap between autism and real life, like we usually do everyday, are using all of our brain capacity? Would they have enough colors on the EEG screen? would the machine not short out in overload? When we have picture thoughts our OPTIC VISION Is OFF while our brain creates brain generated images we use to think with. How would that present in their EEG? for that matter what expert of any kind would even believe our optic vision is Off (lack of Eye Contact) during some of our thoughts? In so many words we might use your day dreams as our primary thought process. Would our EEG's look like sleep dreams? One of our picture thoughts is worth 20 of your normal thoughts, that could put a serious ripple in an EEG machine, I'm sure.

The study found that the volunteers with autism had abnormalities, including both over-and under-connectivity between neurons in different parts of the cortex.
"Our findings indicate adults with autism show differences in coordinated neural activity, which implies poor internal communication between the parts of the brain," study leader and postdoctoral researcher Michael Murias said in a prepared statement.

These abnormal brain patterns are a potential biomarker of autism and may help define the major characteristics of the disorder, Murias said. It may also be possible to use EEG to detect autism in young children, the researchers said. Early detection is crucial in providing interventions for the disorder.

////// from Rich, See what you get when you study the 'disorder' with the point of view it is a "disorder." You get a few ideas that are very hard to overcome as well as, some natural stereotype that we might be retards and idiots. Granted we often present that way and heaven knows modern autism unknowingly does it part to make us hopeless and helpless and they are even disappointed when we come out of this mess unscathed as our anthropology has done.
Our Proficient picture thought Builds on the work of Temple Grandin. We have discovered our thoughts might well be the building blocks of the human mind, Our autism thoughts ARE college level even in the second grade. We have figured the is no difference between the village idiot, Rain Man and our "normal" functioning population of aspies, except for our autism thoughts. If we have figure them out completely we can mimic your thought process, If we have very little autism thought figured out we might look like the village idiot. We all share the same picture thoughts (village Idiot, Rain Man and ourselves)- it is our Translation ability that makes us successful or not.

Autism is NOT all that complicated and is really just like another human language-granted a complicated one. Trouble is it has never been in a text book before and all the research in the world will never discover it as autism like we know it really is the building blocks of the human mind all mapped out. Autism can range from a total idiot to a rocket scientist as you know and indeed that simply reflects the idea autism is indeed the building blocks of the mind. If we have not done too many steps up the ladder we are an idiot and if have made some progress we do much better in real life.

Our double blind success is stunning and not all that wild but, one thing is for sure due to human nature our message is for certain coming from the wrong place to be respected. If mankind is lucky someday some researcher will figure us out-like what we have figured out ourselves and hopefully he or she will have a pedigree of degrees to present along with our information and mankind can then finally progress. Our Autism explains your autism as well as many other mind issues that have pestered mankind for centuries now.

The findings were presented Saturday at the annual meeting of the Society for Neuroscience, in Atlanta.
More information
The U.S. National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke has more about autism.
SOURCE: University of Washington, news release, Oct. 14, 2006
This is a story from HealthDay, a service of ScoutNews, LLC.

Rich Shull,,,,

"Life has a certain flavor for those who have fought and risked all, that the sheltered and protected can never experience" John Stuat Mill-Philosopher-1806-1873

Thursday, October 19, 2006

Understanding Crypto Autism

The official Crypto Sensitivity Syndrome (old Autism) diagnosis guides follow and are from the Autism Society of America publications I have found online. I will add our anthropology’s insight and ideas.(my ideas of them, room for more than one view) Be prepared to be shocked as I inadvertently describe the building blocks of the human mind.

To understand my comments you will need to realize the following steps of picture thought development –think of them as the ABC’s and the numbers you must know before you can learn . These are our Autism ABC’s. None of this has been in a text book before.

Still Picture thoughts- The most basic Autism thought and if you have said, I can picture that or I can see him but can’t name him, that is a picture thought. Or if you have ever said I can see it in my mind that is a still picture thought. These Thoughts when we do them are INVISABLE to you and cancel out our OPTIC vision and in effect turn our eyes off. (We miss your body language!) Still pictures are very rigid precise and you know then as nouns or mostly subjects. Perhaps all the Character Rain Man was doing (1988 movie) was reading a still picture thought of the phone book? The point modern autism makes of LACK OF EYE CONTACT is a direct result of this.

Motion Pictures- These types of thoughts seem to be the next natural thought for us. Motion picture thoughts are indeed just like they sound- they can be like watching a film strip or a cartoon and many of us based our first motion pictures on a cartoon. Motion pictures make the action parts of thoughts possible. Our “verbs” or action thoughts are motion picture thoughts.

Proficient picture thoughts -advanced autism our anthropology uses begins here. Honed versions of these thoughts nearly mimic your traditional thoughts.

Advanced Autism

Picture in Picture Thought- This picture thought that some in autism even despite their old ages still have never had the right luck and experience to develop this vital to real life thought processes. Picture in Picture thought allows us to look at our brain generated Image (kind of like your daydream) and also keep track of the real world with traditional optic vision. If we get this far in life we can finally read body language in a conversation.

Projection Thoughts- This is an Advanced Autism thought many of us in our anthropology have developed, where we can hold a conversation with someone (with advanced autism techniques) and simply have a key word or the answer to a question projected in our visual field. If you were experience something like this draw a number on your hand, hold it in front of your face and pretend it was projected there via your brain.

3 –Dimension thoughts- Autism Thoughts like these are where our ultimate Autism thoughts really shine, it is where our inventions come from and it is why I say it takes 20 of your thoughts to equal one of ours. Our brain generated images are at their best in this stage of proficient picture thoughts it would take a super computer with tons of imaging ability to do what we do in our minds. This stuff is well beyond Rain Man.

4- Dimension Thoughts- These thoughts are like 3-d thoughts to a large degree but the image can be twisted and turned and stretched and tweaked as we think. They allow us to look inside thought pictures. If you took a completed thought like this and wrote it our on paper in a way the traditional person would know it might well turn out to be 100 pages of text and pictures.

Special thoughts and image streams - Lots of people finding our anthropology have developed their own kinds of picture thoughts. That is not a shock we are all self taught after all. However all of us started out with the basic STILL and MOTION picture thoughts. IMAGE STREAMERS are a group of related people from all walks of life and some might well be the old autistic populations from eras gone by that actually try to think with image streams (picture thoughts) and it make them “smarter”. Like us they have trouble getting their good ideas developed and the mental images converted and communicated into traditional speech.

Crypto Autism ,Social Interaction

Crypto Sensitivity Syndrome
*= syndrome as listed in many places

My comment follow each '* 'statement

Social Interaction
*Limited integration into any social group at any time

Well, the lights are on and no one is home so to speak. We are jumping threw many hoops no one has figured out before, just keeping up, or trying to is hard until we become proficient picture thinkers.

*Limited success in naming the emotions involved in facial expressions be they demonstrated, in a photo, or hand drawn, even with sound effects included

We think in Pictures your day dreams and as such our OPTIC vision is OFF some of the time. For a few milliseconds to even a few minutes our vision is off and we DON”T see you thus we miss a lot of pointers in body language. Proficient picture thinkers have developed such things a projection thought and picture in picture thought to overcome this problem of reality vision and picture thoughts.

*May resist looking at photos of self or family or acquaintances
We have our very own picture thought dictionary unique to each of us that are memories of picture thoughts we have experienced over time, sometimes the picture thought we have of ‘ Aunt Mary’ is not the one you are showing us. Also since we are not great at body language since our optic vision is shorted out, it is a hard experience for us to look at our selves or others, literally you can scare us
*May become completely engrossed and physically excited (well beyond the typical reaction) in the exciting (to them) part of a movie, TV program, or cartoon

Just as comedian Jay Lino and others know how to hit your funny bone, our Picture thoughts that are, invisible to you are often ‘tickled’ by the thoughts in a movie or perhaps a cartoon when they match our Picture thoughts. Many of us report our first motion picture thoughts a type of picture thought while watching a cartoon. What we are laughing at is indeed humor to us and it might be to you as well if you see our Picture Thoughts.

*May, during a film or TV show, leave the room, keep the head and eyes averted, or hide own face with paper or hands during the emotional or sex related parts

Since our optic vision has been off most of our lives we have missed the body language and the related social skills to under stand and appreciate the ‘special moments’ in life we are shocked to have to deal with things like this. Thankfully our proficient thinker’s social skills booster class was GREAT at giving us much needed insight to this. Another Thing making this possible is the development of Picture in Picture thought a more advanced type of autism.

*Finds social taboos hard to understand
Well we are jumping threw many hoops and of course our optic vision is off sometimes and once we learn how to read body language with our more advanced thoughts working we can make a come back in this area. Many of us in real life with the social class do eventually figure this out, some (it Seems) traditional Aspies never get the idea to this.

*Behavior in public tends to stay exactly the same as behavior in private
This is not a shock, as our thoughts we are learning in private in our invisible to you thoughts are not developed enough on any front. Every time we complete a milestone in autism thought we come just a little closer to performing in real life. Proficient Autism Picture thoughts nearly mimic traditional thoughts.

*Retains some behaviors easily overlooked in someone younger
Again we are not getting the same lesions in life you think you are teaching us.

*Ritually learned politeness may result in a faux pas or unintended insult to others
Lots of Picture thought is required to form words. It takes lots of time to convert the formed words to words to be spoken and as such we don’t have a lot of freedom to go with the flow of a conversation until we (if) reach Proficient Picture thinker status. Again think of this as you having to describe a daydream and tell the results of it in a normal paced conversation. If you had to do it often you would find a short cut.

*Not adept at deceiving, nor impressing, others
Well, eventually if we get all of our ducks in a row and have the social skills booster class giving us a crash course in human relations we do pretty well. You will be shocked to learn we call many conversations you have by name and call them the ’99 conversations’ people have and we have figured the patterns to each conversation and simply insert the correct names and facts to keep pace with you. Once we good at “filling in the blanks” and can read body language with our advanced thoughts we can spin words as good as you can.

*Innocent, honest, guileless, naïve
This really improves with honest real world experience and we often do a 180’ turn on this and assume EVERYONE is a crook until they prove themselves otherwise over time.

*Not manipulative, not gossipy (but may tell anecdotes)
It takes lots of daydreams, autism thoughts as you would know them to compiled together to form a few words. Often times by the time we form the words the conversation is long past the point where they should have gone thus we don’t talk. As for Anecdotes, they are simply figured out picture thoughts, image streams and thus very easily spoken.

*No strong feelings for possessions and can give to others gladly (but will have strong feelings for specialty collections of a favorite obsession)
Just as we don’t get the idea with propel in social situations as visually we missed the clues, we also don’t see our possessions as ours. I notice the same behavior in my blind friends. Please do touch our favorite things or reorganize our things however.

*Though not empathizing in the regular sense of the word, they do not gloat over others' misfortune

This is due to the idea we miss all kind of things emotionally while our optic vision is off, we miss lots of lesions in emotions I think most people would be shocked to hear their emotions (if our theory proves correct) are learned and not felt . Also sometimes during deeper thoughts our hearing is also diminished or even turned off as well when we think with brain generated images.

*Can be profoundly upset by others' suffering
Perhaps that is because we have been there before too. Weather we are hearing too much noise and no one else seems to care (we don’t realize for many years you don’t hear what we do) or we might be in physical pain and really can’t feel it correctly, or even emotionally as we are in a constant state of turmoil just keeping up we realize the deeper level of suffering than you might.

*Can show righteous indignation
Perhaps at a young age we don’ know it but at some level our college level thoughts do poke threw occasionally. It takes 20 of your thoughts to get one of ours and add to that our keen senses and we can for sure offer a different point of view than you ever thought of. I can remember a bad sump pump motor in our basement growing up and I heard it with autistic hearing for weeks before others heard it and I was insisting it was no good all too any avail. Only when it thumped and smoked did they realize it was junk. Again our hearing is decibels higher than yours and we assume you her what we hear to some degree,

*Cannot "read between the lines" to know when they are not welcome
Socially it takes Body language and emotions to do this trick with ease, and IF our optic vision and sometimes hearing has been off we missed the lesson you had on being popular and not a pest.

*Often badly teased and tormented by their normal peers
No shock there, it is just human nature to point out the obvious difference in others we grew used to it and even overcame if we had the social booster class.

*When expressing joy, fear, anger, or other moods, it is often out of synchrony with social expectations
If such a thing existed a chart listing all of the emotions, your emotions might be fully operating at the 12 th grade level and ours have been thwarted with our brain generated images thus again we missed the many ways to present your emotions. Even if we did emotions correctly and words were involved we would need to translate picture thoughts to words. Many of us will over react at a young age to try to compensate.
*Can be made miserable by a petty reprimand ('your fingers are sticky'), yet ignore an important one ('get off the road')

*When every thought is based in Picture thoughts everything can be the same, moving off the road is the ‘same’ and turn on the light. One obviously is more important than the other in terms of personal safety. Often times in a young picture thinkers mind the petty reprimand might contain some adjectives or some verbs. Most of picture thoughts especially the younger thoughts people have would be seen by the traditional person as nouns ( a person place or thing) Ok A Verb as you would know it requires for us a motion picture type thought, typically. Those are probably are not developed too much in a young Aspie so the flowery words or the action words piss us off not for what they said but rather for the idea we must figure them out via our motion picture thoughts and our primary thought at this young age is still pictures. Even many Aspie adults not as lucky as, we were still have a time with verb type thoughts.

*Rather than gaze avoidance, their "gaze" is not used correctly in communication, either by looking away at the wrong time, or by failing to meet another's gaze at the right time

If people could hook a monitor to our picture thoughts and see our invisible to you picture thoughts and realize while we are having those our eyes are OFF you would see why we don’t the play the eye games with you.

*Exhibits little or no repertoire of "eye language", e.g. no attempt or else failed attempts or "mixed message" attempts at giving looks of scorn, surprise, pleading, triumph, glaring, seduction, mocking

Sorry we ‘were out of town’ as our optic vision was off. Our later life thoughts and proficient picture thoughts get over this by the use of Projection thoughts, picture in picture thoughts and by pre thinking lots of typical conversations. This allows us to have nearly normal optic vision and thus we finally see you and can play your eye game.

*Lacks turn-taking skills in conversations (an ability which usually is controlled by eye gestures)
Oh we are simply too busy fitting our picture based thoughts into the conversation to even worry about who’s turn it is to talk only when we figure out the 99 conversations people have and do the higher level thoughts, we never get this idea right. Those of us with our unique social charm school get extra attention in this area which pays off in real life.

*Inability to form ordinary affective contact with people
Thankfully that is proven false eventually with a lot of luck many Autistic people do picture thoughts as well as we do but only some of us had the social difference and the intense people class we did. Many older autistics that find us still present very badly in this regard. Each little bit of picture thought we absently figure out is just one more step up the ladder to achieving your traditional thoughts. Our Picture thoughts not only help us grow intellectually they are impetrative steps in emotional and psychological development as well.

*Inability to relate in the ordinary way to people and situations
Sorry we are very busy in essence doing the 10 steps or so that you do automatically in your thought process. Worse yet we don’t know what we are doing picture thoughts wise for example, Our insight and hindsight tells us certain types of picture thoughts are better for certain type of conversations IE, we should never used a motion picture thought for that one type of thought and not only do we have to translate picture thoughts to your words we also have to figure out how to do it. We are lucky to even get the words out let alone communicate with you. As near as we can tell, picture thought wise we have Still pictures ,Motion pictures , (Temple Grandin wrote about those) Picture in Picture thoughts , Projection thoughts, 3 d thoughts, 4 D thoughts and several combinations of those plus many of us very unique thoughts we have developed over the years. We are all self taught after all. None of this has been in a text book and once we figure this stuff out we do much better.

*An aloneness that, whenever possible, shuts out, disregards, ignores anything that comes from the outside environment
That is simply a picture thought working. While we are having a deep optic canceling thought our hearing is often turned off as our invisible to you thoughts work their magic. However the slightest whisper or the oddest of noise or even a puff of air will alert us to trouble and return us to optic vision and reality pretty quick.

*Has good relationship with "objects" and is interested in them, even for long periods of time
Every one of us that has made it usually has a developed splinter skill or obsession and perhaps if can’t communicate with you we take great comfort in “dealing” with an object we can understand. We are not just looking at an object we are looking at it deeply and might even have 20 or 30 college level picture thoughts about it or items related to it.

*Does not seek to be comforted when distressed, injured, sick
Many times we don’t even know we are hurt! Or sick, we have a very high pain tolerance and most minor things never hit our radar. Relating we are sick requires emotions and we are great at those complications. Even if we know we are hurting it is often easier to keep quiet.

*May not complain about being ill, thirsty, picked on
Again the Pain tolerance might prevent us from even knowing we are ill, many in the group that have not been injured still think they feel pain as you do. For many of us the FIRSTIME we feel pain is in our 30’s with an abscess tooth. For 15minutes before it breaks we are in SERIOUS pain for once (scares us to death) and after it breaks on the way to the ER typically the Pain INSTANTLY Goes away. We rinse our mouths out and even the water on the broken tooth doesn’t affect us. Some of us with more serious injuries have even more stunning tales to tell. We discover most of what we should have felt in childhood mishaps and illness is stuff we never felt to begin with.

*May be quite dependable about keeping appointments, paying bills, following a routine, etc. as long as complicating changes do not arise
Yes we might be good at those types of things but many of us are dyslexic and not real math wizards and those to factors do more than their share to hold us back. Dyslexia by the way is just picture thought presented incorrectly in our picture thoughts. It mostly occurs in faster paced thoughts. 3,5, 8 &, B, S, G for example can be interchanged with too much ease in our thoughts (as well as many other things)

*May do adequate housework, but may be oblivious as to when it again needs to be done

Lots of us in real life go the other way and become neat freaks; even my garage is in ABC order.

*May seldom, if ever, ask for food, drink, restroom, more heating, warmer clothing, other similar necessities, or even sweets

Well again from a picture thought point of view it takes many thoughts you never know we need to do to even communicate and even further getting it presented in a conversation at the right time is even harder so it is easier not to ask for some thing we will live to dinner time etc. Also keep in mind the Pain point of view like not going to the restroom will probably not be the killer thing it would be for you. Here is a sad point as well many of us had a narcissistic parent and they made life hell in general and you never really had the guts to ask for a treat, you were usually better off with out it. If you did get a treat sometimes it was most often a bribe.

*May take little part in deciding itineraries or other family plans
It seems most rational thinkers do pretty well at this and were only along for the ride anyway as we can’t keep up with your traditional thoughts too often. If we were to present our ideas in family plans we would need 15 minutes alone in a quiet house (providing we had some picture thought ability developed) to come up with some ideas.

*Will lead the conversation away from the important matters of the moment, e.g. graduation plans, and lead the conversation to the "favorite topic".
We only have picture thought figured out for a few things and thus if we communicate at all we will probably talk about our obsession first. Thankfully with all the benefits some of had we able to over come and learn to read the body language and talk about what others wanted to talk about.

*Will not "problem solve" or brain storm with peers for mutual help, sharing of expertise, insight, or knowledge, e.g. figuring out what classes to schedule for the next semester
Well, we think with invisible to you optic canceling thoughts and even if we thought like you do we can figure out our own schedule. It is simply magic two get to proficient picture thinker together, we can finally a normal conversation for us .I wonder if someone overhearing us might think we are from “Mars”

*Rarely shows violence of the kind where one person dominates another, though may defend self vigorously
Our life is in such slow motion and emotion and the social clues and the picture thoughts in all make us pretty laid back.

*Sexual offending is rare, though poor "mating" skills can embarrass the opposite sex
Sadly they assume we are all straight but in reality this anthropology is mostly gay and Transgendered. Many of us have life long partners and very healthy relationships. The Transgendered Autistic people do the best of any autism population not only were they born in the wrong bodies and transition they also deal with the same autism we do and over come very well. Some of their worst luck in their struggle has been at the very hand of a psychologist. Note, Perhaps this point on sexual offending shows how old these guidelines really are it sounds very 1950 ish assuming everyone is straight. Another note, many autistic people do find us on the web but can NOT join our group for closet issues. With a tear in my heart I often read an obituary in an autism newsletter of a person committing suicide. I had talked to them and knew their whole story. Even our hero Alan Turing took is own life in 1954 due to homophobia.

*Property offenses are rare except when they are side-effects of pursuit of a special interest
Perhaps this comes from the idea the professionals that wrote this think we are and work from the ideal we are retarded and thus assume we are stupid and we are criminals.

*Sits or stands on the periphery of a social group or even has back turned to the group
I’d delighted to report our anthropology does very well thank you. We have figured out all our picture thoughts and they nearly mimic your traditional thought. We have figured out how to use our picture thoughts to our advantage and control them with ease. Coupled with the autism short cuts we have learned in real life many of us are very social and even belong to many mainstream clubs and groups and we present as normal.

Rich Shull PreRain Man Autism

Friday, October 13, 2006

Supporting the Coach

Regarding the Coach Mark Downs and Autistic ball player incident.

I support Coach Downs, imagine the stress he was under with the Autistic kid on his team. Years ago this guy would have never made the team and if he was lucky he might have been offered a position as team manger or bat boy etc. I never made the little league team in 1969 and I was offered the position of Bat Boy and I was not even great at that. ( but they tolerated me) In fact, I was 40 something before I had my autism thought figured out and controlled enough to catch a ball- please see my post on this blog (April 2004 ?) called Catching a Ball, it describes my elation in finally being able to do that!

I'm all for inclusion and I'm obviously in favor of helping anyone in the differently abled spectrum but enough is enough. Modern Autism has got out of control and they insist on way too many things. We are NOT that equal. Everyone in life has their crosses to bear and some of us might have been born blind or deaf for example and today many of these people do very well at real life. They get shunned and kicked in the teeth all the time and perhaps their greatest gift of all is knowing their limitations and GOING beyond them. If one door closes another opens. If this guy is not good at ball perhaps he might be a great cyclist or a rock climber? He might be a first rate swimmer? My point is him being on the team while on the surface looks good: if he is not good at it he is taking away from the experience for all of the others that also want to be there and do their best and reach goals and achieve. Being part of a team is a growing experience for everyone and a coach's leadership and goals for his team are tested to their limits with a person on board that can't pull his weight. I don't know of a coach in the world that would not want his team members to achieve their highest goals and would want to help them. I suspect Coach Downs was between a rock and a hard spot and he had the greater good of his team to watch out for. No one makes room for you in real life in a job for example and If you can't cut it you get fired and you find a job you can do. Life is NOT fair but neither is forcing a person on a team that is not qualified. I am so glad I was cut from the team and failed at so many things if it did nothing else it built character and gave me some higher standards to achieve.

Being on the team and not being able to perform is no fun either as you teammates that can do the job have to keep covering for you or working around you. At the end of the day your team mates are mad at you for ruining their game and distracting from their possible goals. Being on a team is about winning and working together and if everyone has the same abilities that is great but some don't. I was even kicked out of the Army as I couldn't march, it was just one of things I tried and could not do. But I did find many other things I could do and excelled at those. Yes, it would be very nice If he could be on the team and putting him there had the best of intention but, it simply didn't work, it is not the end of the world, do something else you can do.

I was beat up plenty of times for plenty of reasons while growing up autistic and I even experienced a lot worse things than having a ball thrown at me and I survived. Sending this coach to jail for this is treason all of its own. I urge Autism to step back and calm down a bit,re group and study our high functioning Anthropology and I bet you will discover what we have already figured out and everyone will be the better for it.

Rich Shull,

Wednesday, October 11, 2006

Admission from Above

Dear Reader's:

You have to give the Autism Powers at be points, and perhaps a bit of recognition as they dusted off all the old Autism stuff that they had forgotten about and rebadged it CRYPTO SENSITIVITY SYNDROME probably reflecting the news (to them) of Alan Turing and his Autism and his achievements and our living working anthropology of people from all over the world that have figured out our autism. Admitting to us in this way helps them save some creditability. We used to be totally forgotten until now, as our success is just getting too well known for their comfort. We were really never supposed to unite let alone figure out autism, we seemed to be the unexpected ringer in the mix otherwise preventing a runaway autism show post Rain Man.

I still rather doubt they will admit to us anymore than they just did with the new term CRYPTO Autism but it is a step forward and there have been precious few of them over the years. I really don't care if they call us Green Martians or something worse but, I do care that their sitting on their backsides refusing to unite our anthropology that holds the key to mankind's thoughts and autism, is on purpose. Our figured out Autism Is GOOD for everyone in the spectrum, although they might not see it that way. Be sure to notice the depth of the knowledge listed in the Syndrome and it is a reflection of what was once known about autism, also note how much of it doesn't appear in the new versions of autism. Nonetheless our figured out Autism and its anthropology fills in a lot of blanks via our double-blind experience.

I admire autism for looking back into its past and I'd like to thank some of my readers of this blog for helping nudge along the process. (Inside comment, perhaps letters to congress really do get read, now there is a shocker)

Rich Shull,,,, Http://

CRYPTO SENSITIVITY SYNDROME is a renaming or realigning of a group of persons who have been labeled in the recent past as Aspergers Syndrome (AS) or High Functioning Autistic (HFA) or Pervasive Developmental Disorder (PDD) or who have otherwise gone undiagnosed.A check list of possible symptoms or manifestations for persons in pre-diagnosis or persons already diagnosed with:Autistic Continuum Disorder Including High Functioning Autism (HFA) Pervasive Developmental Disorder (PDD), & Asperger's Syndrome (AS) Pervasive Developmental Disorder -- not otherwise specified (PDD - NOS) This is a partial list of observable behaviors and conditions exhibited by Autistic continuum persons. It can be used for assessing elementary school aged youth up through adults.Not every comment is applicable to every crypto-sensitive person. It is assumed that perhaps 1/4 or more of these symptoms could be noticed by a concerned, long time, casual observer who has seen the crypto-sensitive person in a variety of circumstances.The statements have been selected with persons in mind who are somewhat sociable and somewhat educable. This list is not intended to describe low functioning, non-communicable autistics who may have other multiple handicaps and hence may be mute as well as extremely withdrawn or ego-centric.Crypto Sensitivity Syndrome

Rich Shull,,,, Http://

Tuesday, October 10, 2006

Smart Table

Proficient Picture thinkers have been doing this for years with our Picture thoughts! The item quoted below is from the web and tells of a "Netherlands" firm which developed this smart table used to help people figure out engineering type problems. Proficient Picture thinkers have 3 and 4 dimension thoughts, picture in picture thoughts, projection thoughts and many more lower level thoughts that in essence do in our picture thoughts what this table is doing to help a traditional thinker-think.

From the Web

""A 'smart' table that copies images of objects on its surface to a video display below could improve brainstorm sessions, researchers say.
The Blue Eye table consists of a glass surface with a camera overhead and a projector and a mirror underneath. A user places an object on the glass surface and presses a button to copy it to the screen beneath. Once imported, the images can then easily be moved, stretched and even animated by a user.
"You can take objects, put them onto the board and they are instantly imported into the digital screen," says Bart Naaijkens from Eindhoven University of Technology in the Netherlands.
When an object is placed on top of the table, the digital camera overhead captures an image and software cuts around it by distinguishing it from the background. Existing digital images can also be added to the system by dragging them into a computer folder on a connected computer, Naaijkens explains.
The current version of the display requires a user to then manipulate the images by touching them with special plastic shapes. The shapes feature markers that are recognized by an infrared camera above the table and their movements are translated by computer into image manipulation commands.""

Rich Shull,,,, Http://

Miracle Run on LIFETIME

Miracle Run on LIFETIME

Isn't Modern Autism a real heat-wrenching tear jerker affair? Perhaps the movie on Lifetime Cable TV (America) (10-10-06) called the Miracle Run was indeed designed just like-most of modern autism to be just that-heart wrenching. It is good for the cause of autism and the "understanding of autism " and for the whole inflated picture of modern Autism to be spun crafted and presented like this. Damm that Rain Man, what a mess of a legacy that movie has left behind. Modern autism seems to be anything but Autism as we have figured it out and despite our World-Wide anthropology and figuring out a thought process that has never been in a book before, we are obligated to be stifled under the watchful fearful eyes of the "experts of autism."

Modern Autism Powers hold the trump card over us and ignorantly , selfishly keep their newly discovered and invented forms of autism to themselves- by doing so Autism has become this wild trap of good intention and a heaven for "want to be experts" expecting and getting an unchallenged and critiqued career being an "autism expert. " I could really care less of their motivation or the greed or their reasons for making a mountain out of a molehill but, what I do care about is the countless Autisitcs and their families that have been made fools of, as the experts made Autism into something they could rest a career on.

The KICKER of this whole mess is the Autism we have figured out and thrived with is a human thought process that has never been in a book before! We might well have discovered the building blocks of the human mind and at one time we were on the verge of being understood and discovered in Autism Circles and then came modern Autism and its now buzzword status and bowing to that pressure honest knowledge was lost for the sake of the new autism. A few people ignorantly pushed to the point autism they misunderstood to the point we know it today: there will be an Autism telethon soon. Granted Modern Autism does need a telethon to keep its buzzword status alive. The autism it has hidden and now will not admit to is the very core thoughts of man's mind that we have figured out. Our Super knowledge is destined to be hidden in Rain Man's Curse for several more generations.

Autism has given the world the Computer via Alan Turing (1912-1954) and if the Autism Powers would ever dream of uniting us and listen to our experience, Autism will also hold the keys to man's mind something psychology has been trying to discover for centuries. It would discover our Autism "language" is man's universal language as no matter where we are from or language we speak our Proficient Picture Thoughts are the same. The world be grateful to see and learn just how our double-blind experience has yielded a clear road map of the never in print before segments to the human mind. It would witness, If they cared to listen how each autism step we absently completed moved us that much closer to mimicking traditional thought. They would be shocked to see there is little difference between the village idiot and the savant, and even worse the savant Autism likes to exploit so well is not all that complicated if you know the right way to approach it. Knowledge like this is very dangerous to the autism empire however, as unintentionally our exposure will deflate the very basic knowledge of the condition and finally call some of the Autism "experts" on the carpet where their ignorance can be exposed as intentional or unintentional but, more importantly mankind could finally progress with our insight.

As this point Modern Autism has been keeping us hidden for years now, that makes me think they are horrified of the results of our long-term, double-blind experience, perhaps our knowledge hits a little too close to home? The one obvious point should be if they really cared about autism and figuring out autism they would be delighted to see what we have figured out, unless of course they have something to hide like substandard research and the fact many careers and the egos of many experts depend on Autism remaining as it is.

Rich Shull,,,, Http://
Autism Explained in this book,
ALAN TURING: The Enigma By Andrew Hodges Simon and Schuster New York. Copyright 1983 Related Item PBS-BBC show entitled Breaking the Code by Hugh Whitmore, based on The Enigma.

"The world is divided in to three classes of people: a very small group that makes things happen, a somewhat larger group that watches things happen, and the great multitude which never knows what happened."Nicholas Murray ButlerFormer President of Columbia University1931 Nobel Peace Prize winner

Monday, October 02, 2006

Windows and Politics

Looking in the Windows of Congress,

Politicians are like windows computers you click them and you get an hour glass, you occasionally get a response, even more frustrating is you sit and look at both of them for hours on end and get the same blank response. It is only when you spend major money on both of them does either one register anything close to a response. Both produce tons of usless mail. When you reboot your computer you get the same old stuff and it is the same for the politician you boot them out and someone, of the same low caliber takes their place. If you pay threw the nose for an Internet connection you get good response- a direct link-and if you pay your politician threw the nose in the from of contributions to the tune of millions of dollars you also get the attention you deserve. That computer you are using is not so smart and neither are your elected brought for the highest bidder politicians, listen to a politician and you are for sure not smart. Both the computer and the politician both get approval ratings and even the worst computer is liked in some study or advertising slogan and the Politician of course says "I'm so and so and I approve this message as they sling mud at their opponent. Now thankfully computer's have Spam filters ,too bad our politicians don't.

Rich Shull, Pre Rain Man Autism on the web at