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!

Tuesday, September 30, 2008

Autism Revisited

A Turing Moment - Autism re visited

Alan Turing The Enigma Andrew Hodges, forward by Douglas Hofstadter

Page 9 (This was 1919 on a family picnic)

"While Mr. Turing and John (Alan's brother) lured the trout, and Mrs, Turing sketched the loch, Alan gambolled in the heather.He had the bright idea of gathering wild bees honey for their picnic tea. As the bees buzzed past, he obsvered their flight paths and by plotting the intersetion point located the nest. The Turing's were vividly impressed by this direction-finding, more than the murky honey he retrieved"

From Rich ,While the real explanation the one that fits the mind of the normal persons mind is, he figured the flight path he was in reality also using his keen autistic hearing to find the nest. Explanations like I heard the bees would never float as again normal thinkers are not programmed to even realize that we hear more than they do. We learn to explain our achievements by relating them to something you understand. Telling you where the location is sounds "impossible" but the paths crossing sounds better.

I hand to many inspirations growing up as I realized not only was I thinking in Picutres,your daydeams, BUT also my keen hearing was guiding my thoughts as well. I remember some of my first car moments and hearing a vacuum leak at the Carburetor base but the explanation would never "fly" so I had to say the Carburetor was the trouble. The same is true from my first sticking valve I had to sugar coate that with a simple explanation as well. When we hear and feel and naturally deep think on things our insight is obvious to us but it indeed floats over every one else.

It was a task of years (trial and error) to really figure out normal people don't think with the deep thought nor do they have the keen senses, we do. At one time before Rain Man this was a pretty plausible explanation and one now lost in new age designer Autism, probably since modern Autism Experts never listen and also since they don't operate with our deep thoughts and keen senses. Unil they do they will have to listen to those of us that made it , AFTER they admit to us; that are still living. One thing at a time.

Rich Shull

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Savant Expert?

Yes, the following is well and good BUT can Dr. Treffert tell us how we translate a picture thought?

What 3 and 4 dimension thoughts are?

How a projection thought can make us social?

The Day he can explain this he will finally understand what he thinks he currently understands, a Savant.

Autism is so simple and so different from what a traditional thinker thinks it is about. Without one ounce of real life criticism like this experts like Dr Treffert go totally unchallenged, riding high on the wave I might ad. They have no reason to dig and discover and see what we did to connect MR/DD to Einstein. There is only a few picture thoughts worth of difference between an autism idiot and a savant. Add in a few of the social picture thoughts and were actually close to normal functioning people.

Rich Shull, on the blog Pre Rain Man Autism, Inventor of the Turing Motor a 70% Efficient Green triple hybrid Car motor.

From my Web Email

Dear rich shull

The series of one-day seminars on Awares - Autism Cymru's pioneering website - involving the world's leading autism experts continues on Wednesday, October 1, 2008.

The participant at this fifth online autism seminars in 2008 is Dr Darold Treffert, the world's leading authority on autistic savants. He has been studying the savant syndrome since he met his first savant in 1962, when he developed a Children's Unit at a hospital in Wisconsin, USA. He is a clinical professor in the Department of Psychiatry at the University of Wisconsin and on the staff of the Behavioural Health Department of St. Agnes Hospital in Fond du Lac, Wisconsin. He also conducted one of the world's first epidemiological studies of autism in 1970.

Dr Treffert maintains a very active web site on savant syndrome at through the Wisconsin Medical Society. He is also author of Extraordinary People: Understanding Savant Syndrome (1989), the first comprehensive book on the condition, and has participated in numerous documentaries on savant syndrome and autistic disorder. He has been studying the syndrome for nearly 40 years and he was a consultant on the1988 movie, Rain Man, in which Dustin Hoffman won an Oscar for his portrayal of an autistic savant. Dr Treffert is a clinical professor at the University of Wisconsin Medical School and is on the staff of St Agnes Hospital in Fond du Lac, Wisconsin.

The seminar will open at 12.01am British time on October 1, 2008 and run throughout that day.

Don't miss this unprecedented opportunity to put your questions to Darold Treffert - and please let anyone else know who might be interested.

You can register right now for this exciting event at

Best wishes,

Adam Feinstein
Awares and AutismConnect


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The Enigma

Alan Turing The Enigma Andrew Hodges, forward by Douglas Hofstadter
From Rich Shull, Blog host, Alan Turing was Old Working Autism, all figured out in a time and place before autism was cursed with the Rain Man Era "helpless version of Autism" that passes for an epidemic today. Alan's Autism was the Blueprint of many pre Rain Man autism people and indeed we all figured out the same things absent of each other. Many of us took our Splinter skills and obsession beyond the Savant and connected MR/DD to Einstein. What we have done has never been in a book before. Our lack of Eye Contact thought process is just another from of human thought. It would shock the experts of modern autism to see just what it is we do and how we do it. Autism is not what they think it is.

From the Forward by Douglas Hofstadter

Page xii
"Alan Turing was homosexual- a fact that he took no particular pains to hide,espically as he grew older. For a boy growing up in the 1920s and for a grown man in the subsequent few decades, being homosexual -especially if one was British and a member of the upper classes- was an unmentionable, terrible, and mysterious affliction. "

Most of us in our old High Functioning Anthropology are indeed Gay Lesbian Transgendered and Bi Sexual and some of us are straight. In fact most of our High Functioning people that BUILD on Temples' work met on a Yahoo Group for GLBT aspies. Before you gasp out loud, be careful many of your kids have secretly contacted us and came out to many of us in our Group.

still quoting
"Atheist, homosexual, eccentric, marathon (with out Walls!) running English mathematician, A.M. Turing was in a large part responsible not only for the concept of computers, intensive theorems about their powers and clear vision of the possibility of computer minds, but also for the cracking of German ciphers during the Second World War. It is fair to day that we owe much to Alan Turing for the fact we are not under Nazi Rule today. And yet this salient figure in world history has remained, as the book's title say's an enigma."

I can assure you if the majority of our high functioning group were straight autism would have had its heroes at least 200 more of us and as such we would deflate the autism empire. Again our thought process has never been in a text book before but perhaps it was in Hieroglyphics on a cave wall? Some Hieroglyphics look like our picture in picture thought process and not the dinner order they claim.

Rampant modern autism is unchecked and without our input it has been allowed to get blown out of proportion. Of Course the white straight and narrow folks in autism and psychology can't even think beyond the scope of their usually small mind. Autism is and was Picture thoughts, that start out below 123 and the ABCs and go all the way to Einstein. The Day Anyone in autism research can tll us and you what a Still and motion Picture is and a projection thought, as well as, 3 and 4 dimension thoughts is the day Psychology will be figured out. IF I'm right psychology will be solved ,with our admission. I have personally seen the root thoughts of Stuttering AND Dyslexia in our Picture thought.

Don't ever expect autism to own up to us now, Rain Man the movie made autism the next big buzzword and now that it is a peer reviewed mess of sloppy substandard autism malarkey. The fact we have pulled of the mr/dd to Einstein trick and coupled together man's odd senses are reasons enough to ignore us. There is no one in this day and age of Autism big money even willing to listen to the very people that built on Temple's Thinking in Pictures book. Curse you Rain Man the movie. It has set man back centuries and I can't help to think the late Dr. Rimland was seeking profit form autism at the expense of others. It seems he knew just enough to be dangerous
The autism Empire was worth over a Billion dollars last year- When I win the lotto I will buy some of it back. Rich Shull

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Monday, September 29, 2008

Autism Motor -a clean affair

Inside Mom's MotorLooking inside Mom's Motor -Autism insight

The picture is taken of my mother's 1998 Mercury Grand Marquis 4.6 Liter motor. It is taken with webcam and is looking down the oil fill in the valve cover. This motor is so clean inside it shines and you can even read the part numbers on the visible parts! Most so called clean motors of today have a reddish brown hue to them and for sure you could never read the part numbers without scraping the gunk from it. This super clean motor as all my motors runs perfectly idles slowly and doesn't leak oil or have running issues. This Ford 4.6 motor is noted for a few issues but this one is perfectly autistically quiet and idles very slow. The slower a motor can idle the better shape it is in. In fact that is a good sign of over all motor health. If It idles rough "pops and surges" it has some old fashioned 'model T' running issues.

Car motor issues fall into two categories the Model T part and the High Tech.

'Model T' motors, the basis of all "high tech" cars are like Autism so simple, so complicated, so minor and so misunderstood. With my Autistic decibel meter hearing honed to both autism and motors my splinter skill/obession I can hear the motor that other mechanics NEVER hear. If only normal mechanics could hear the decibel meter type noise the motor makes he-she would have a new vision of what they think they understand. They would hear the vacuum leak and instead of replacing the carburetor. They would fix the simple sticking valve or broken valve spring instead of over hauling a motor. If they knew what was up they would never have dirty oil. Dirty Oil is like dirty underwear-you would never wear dirty undergarments. If Mechanics knew where the dirt comers (combustion) they would realize the beloved motor we cherish and call high tech is one step removed from a horse and carriage. Honestly Henry Ford was just tinkering and came up with the obvious piston and cylinder the next step in the evolution from the Roman Chariots and the Stage coach. My Turing Motor however is engineered from the start to be an efficient motor, not an evolution type of thing. Like the Autism that designed The Turing Motor there is little in the way familiar engineering to comfort the expert engineers and professionals of its odd design. The Turing Motor features one central spinning cylinder and runs on Electric Gas and Compressed Air. It is 70% efficient.

When I trouble shoot Model T based motors, normal motors I simply fix the 'model T' and the high tech takes care of itself in better makes. Gone are the days when mechanic knew about ported and manifold Vacuum, gone are times when a valve job did wonders, gone are the days when a vacuum leak even an internal one was fixed and the car ran fine. Today's model T motor we call 'high tech' still have those same issues, but none know to fix them first then worry about the confused computer.

The Mechanics of the world that read this surly think I have wasted my time changing the oil in this car about every 1200 miles but It runs perfect, has no running issues nor has it had repair issues an 80,000 MI car typically shows. The car only got an Oil Filter once or twice a year, the fine dirt that turns the oil black and plugs up your motor and makes the oil like sand paper is never even caught by the oil filter. Oil Filters only get the rocks. This design flaw of Henrys motor is a natural one. My Turing Motor keeps the lube oil seperate from the compression oil, making for more durability.

Rich Shull

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Tuesday, September 23, 2008

Good bye Randy Autism Hero dies at '86'

Autism lost yet another hero a week or so ago,

my Internet friend Randy he was in his late 80's. Randy and I met online via my Blog, and we chatted off and on for some years, but we never met in person. Randy was born and raised in America's Midwest and like many of us was in special education or at least tutored threw out school. He was odd and strange in grade school and was often tested and examined by psychologists all of whom thankfully never heard of "autism" yet. Autism at one time had to very severe before it was diagnosed. We were better off when it was just a strange genuis filled childhood rather than a designer condition. Like me, he was one of us in the smaller autism subsection with the off center hips thus he could not run or skip etc. Remember long before Autism was a designer epidemic most of us over came on our own even if it took us 30 years. Of Course Modern autism doesn't pay attention to anyone over 21 these days, and even then odds are they are probably in a group home. It seems we are bad for the egos of the "experts."

He spent his life working loner type jobs off on his own and never really over came Autism until he was in his 30's.Then once he figured out his projection thoughts, is picture-in picture thoughts that translated to words he really started fitting in. Autism to this day doesn't have a clue to what it is we have figured out and how autism thoughts really work. Ironically for a short time he worked at Temple Grandin's meat processing plant. (long before he heard the word Autism). Randy like most of us baffled almost everyone in the way of "experts" and teachers and even his parents. He was called everything from a Genius to lazy to just plain odd. As we talked over the years he told me of his picture thoughts and the milestone thoughts he had like the rest of us did. He told of his life experience, from visiting his first gay bars to driving. Like many of us he found a special Gay friend that was his Queer Eye for the Straight Guy specialist that connected us to real life. His family basically disowned him due to his Gayness and oddness so he drifted from town to town doing jobs he could do. He stayed in Lincoln Nebraska the longest it seems and was there 15 years.(?) He never owned a home but did own a camper van for a time and called it home. One of his gay friends left him a sum of money upon his death and he retired on that although he continued to just rent a room.

He read The Enigma by Andrew Hodges and like me (not our strong point) he could not figure Alan's math logic but he indeed seen the autism in Alan's life. From holding the pen too hard (pain tolerance) making for sloppy writing and holes in the paper to running marathons without walls to the special friends we had growing up and even the unknown splinter skill that we used to connect to life with, all were autism all figured out. At one time we had some chance of being figured out by the autism establishment, but after Rain Man's curse all hope of old working autism was blown to pieces. Not only did it take us typically 30 years to overcome autism what we all figured out was beyond the scope of the professionals. What we figured out might well be the building blocks of the mind but until a "professional" ever figures them out, Mankind is out of the loop. Autism is so simple, so doable and so primitive in many respects that the Ph.D. types (Piled Higher and Deeper) will never admit to us even If they understood us as "Autism has never been in a text book before." , as I say.

Randy had figured out the "99 conversations" people had and apparently become quite the conversationalist in later life. He like the rest of us could jump around and figure out what people were going to say before they said it. His wit and humor made him pretty popular in some circles. Honestly guy's humans on the whole are so predictable especially in their behavior and speech. I know that is not nice to mention that but you have never "seen how you are." Randy enjoyed his 4 trips to The Burning Man (party in the desert) he did. They were the highlight of his life. Burning Man is kind of a modern day "Woodstock" where anything goes. He could not afford to go every year but saved up in the years he didn't go. Randy loved the aspect of being nude for days on end and like the rest of us really hated clothes, they just didn't feel right and nylon uniforms were grounds for us to quit the job that required them. He probably didn't have much body hair that seems to really help us tolerate clothing. Funny he had the craving for salt, and some days took salt directly from the shaker. He had the "industrial dandruff" (probably a yeast secretion, according to old forgotten autism research) and the keen senses.

I'm not for sure but Randy was probably 86, He was an atheist (many of us are) and in a way could not wait to die to see what was next. He told me years ago he would perhaps try to tap into my picture thoughts if he could from the "next life." He puzzled many philosophers and often attended their meetings. He was like many of us and thought-if anyone's God he she or it was all that powerful they would have no trouble getting the message around the world instantly let alone in thousands of years, simple things like a mountain range would have never been an issue in religion development.

Old working autism continues to produce and flourish as we now pass Mensa Tests in later life, Our inventions continue to puzzle the experts of the world as they laugh us out of their office. Autism is a bigger problem than it ever had to be but we must live the Rain Man curse and (with tears in my eyes) watch Mankind's key to his mind vanish with our new autism. We might have gone from MR/DD to Einstein and even done it in a social way but Autism Experts are not expert enough to even care. While we have figured out things such as stuttering dyslexia and even man's '99 conversations' we can't over come the natural ignorance of the general human population. Sadly peer review autism and the zombies its made from us only make autism the designer blooper of all time.

Good by Randy, my Internet friend, Thanks for shareing your Autism with me and I look forward to hearing from you via perhaps a projection thought. Rich Shull on the Blog Pre Rain Man Autism.

Question: Shouldn't Autism know about us? Admit to us?

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Wednesday, September 10, 2008

looking up and to the right

Dear readers

One popular search on my bog is "Looking up and to the right" and this idea is working autism . For an explanation of that entire concept please view my YOU Tube video called Picture in Picture Thoguhts.Once on You Tube search RichShull (no spaces).As of this writing I have three You Tube Vidoes.

Rich Shull

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Sunday, September 07, 2008

Autism Talks 1921

From the Enigma, by Andrew Hodges the biography of autistic and father of the computer Alan Turing (1912-1954)

Quote from Page


His mother perceived him as changed from 'extremely vivacious-even mercurial-making friends with everyone' to being 'unsociable and dreamy'.There was a wistful with drawn expression in photographs of his ten year old face. She took him away from St. Lenards and after a summer holiday in Brittany, somewhat spoilt by the constant counting of francs, she taught him her self in London where he alarmed her by looking for iron filings in the gutter with a magnet" ,

Now let Autism talk here and explain this.

Keep in mind autism was not diagnosable and as such Alan was an odd Genuis as we all are even modern Autisitc people IF we were NOT diagnosed Autistc and poured into the group home MR/dd mold.

I suspect the unsociable and dreamy was simply Alan's brain generated invisible to you day dream type thoughts really starting to work. In proper autism like this our Brain either turns off our optic vision or projects images into our visual field. It would be like you wearing a blind fold but instead of being blind you would be looking a photo of something This is Autism 101 if you will and as you can see we learned it on our own and we had the chance to discover and overcome our Autism. Modern Autism assures autistic don't have that chance. While we are learning our different kind of human thought process on our own as there is no one there to teach us we are connecting our sub level picture thoughts to normal one hence the dreamy look-AKA the lack of eye contact as modern Autism call it.

Lack of eye contact is the BEST thing to happen in Autism It is a signal of working autism and IF science psychology and education knew what we were doing or should be doing during that Tim we all could over come autism AND mankind could see the building blocks of his mind. Once these sublevel picture thoughts are learned NORMAL thoughts just like you use are the result. All of this is steps ABOVE what Temple Grandin wrote about.

As for going threw the gutter with a magnet for iron filings that was pure autism genuis and probably the start of the computer. Autisitcaly he "heard" the cling and clatter of the filings jumping to the magnet-you would have needed a decibel meter to hear what he heard. Then he watched the pattern of the metal and the way it went to the magnet and if you will it was course in electric in motion. His picture thoughts recorded all of this and saved the ideal the science ideals the Einstein thoughts of this and later they worked his way into the computer he built. REMEMBER it take 20 of your thoughts to equal one of ours and wile we present as odd strange and stupid especially in modern Autism circles, those are in reality just snippets of the deep Einstein thoughts we ourselves have to learn to water down.

Antisocial in this case is just simply his optic vision was OFF and his brain generated thoughts he was having were simply too complicated when he tried to talk of them to be perceived as anything BUT smart.

Keep in mind My explanation makes no sense to anyone that has never completed the autism MR/DD to Einstein course like we have. None of the Autism experts and only a few autistic people have come full circle and connected all of this together to pull off the trick of normal. Thus there are more than enough 'experts" in Education psychology and autism to tell us and you were full of something. Human natures is not noted for be adventurous despite claims otherwise so no one in research circles will be comfortable even investigating our anthropology.

Rich Shull on the blog Pre Rain Man Autism

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Wednesday, September 03, 2008

Modern Autism's "help"

Well it Seems we are really too little too late :this Email from an Autism Publisher just screams modern Autism - The helpless sort, the modern autism.

Quoted from the Emial

"The author offers advice and useful strategies for tackling day-to-day problems such as visits to the dentist or the doctor, searching for a job, sorting out personal finances, going on vacation, and dealing with public transport, as well as more intimate topics such as dating and acquiring and maintaining friendships. The chapters are structured around real-life scenarios and the challenges they present, followed by step-by-step solutions and suggestions. A final section provides a set of practical self-help tools, which encourage the reader to note down answers to the questions posed and record personal reflections."

From Rich Shull,

Now that we are hopless and helpless and poured directly from the autism mold of Rain Man the quoted paragraph is indeed seen as normal autism. OLD CRYPTO SENSTIVE AUTISM had the same issues but over all we did much better at real life. In fact, we probably did too much. Our Real life jobs, real life driving and social skills embarasses the modern autism "experts" to death espcially when they discover the basis for our success was the very elements of old working autism Dr Rimland among others made taboo.

We are "blueprinted" and have a working group of very high functioing, dare I say normal people that have over come autism but we are for sure on the wrong side of the autism timeline ,and GASP we are the very retards that the autism Experts know so well? Just how could we have figured out our very own unique to us thought process that starts out below 123 and the ABC and fully figured out is Einstein?

I included the entire Email as a courtsey but all of this autism hoopla was totally unnecessary but we are cursed by Rain Man and now we have to win a Nascar race before we can solve autism once again.

Rich Shull

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