Dissertation Experience

“If we knew what it was we were doing, it would not be called research, would it?” – Albert Einstein

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My Upwork profile was approved today. I may not frequently search for jobs there, because it is time consuming and most offers are too vague or too involved to be considered. Anyhow, having my profile there and taking their tests may become a good reference for serious employers to send me their requests.


Aiming to be one of The Best


Having completed a few entire workflow systems at my local School Board and a couple more for private organizations, now I am dedicated full time to adapt my skills to become one of The Best freelance developers available online.  For that purpose, Toptal is the first platform that motivates me to write this review.

In their Software Development Network, Toptal identifies its platform with the top 3% of freelance software developers, where my education and experience is taking me next. I was recently applying for local job openings, but none of them offers the opportunity to work remotely while advancing my reputation worldwide.

If you have experience with Toptal, please share yours in the comments. In due time, will do the same.

Science for profit


The back ‘THEN’ is probably more than a century ago, as I’ve learned how corporations finance the same universities leading scientific discoveries for profits, while discrediting cheaper or free alternatives.

Research should be continuous


Understanding Human Motivators

Obvious :(


The dangers of WiFi

My Ecuadorian experience in higher education / Mi experiencia ecuatoriana en educacion superior

mercadotecnia[Español abajo] In 1982 I started with the first group of students for a 2-year degree in Marketing & Advertising. It was the first time in history we could study that career in Ecuador. During our 2nd. year, our new career was extended to a 3-year degree. And the following year it was extended again to a 4-year degree. With new teachers arriving from other countries, and the promise of a professional level degree, we finished our studies in June 1986, pending a research project to obtain the title. I am still working towards that title today.

My 3rd. year study group in Social Media were one of the best. We saw how other less prepared groups passed while we had to work on another supplementary project to pass. Outside business representatives were invited to see our final individual presentations. It was noticeable that we were doing all that work for other interests. Years later we saw advertising and marketing campaigns very similar to some of our ideas.

During our meetings with the following 2 promotions we found out why the University was rejecting all our research proposals. Big businesses were afraid of our upcoming Professional College because we would rightfully displace all foreign Marketing & Advertising Professionals. So I decided to continue my education in the United States. More than a year after my move, the 1st. title was granted.

After obtaining an Associate Degree in Ohio, this newspaper clipping proved I couldn’t get that degree before leaving Ecuador. After a formal investigation, I was allowed to get my Masters Degree and later continue my PhD education in Florida.

Since July 2012 that I moved back to Ecuador, I wasn’t qualified for an academic position because of my missing 3rd. level degree. So I took a few months paid coursework to apply for that title again. Meanwhile, I legalized my foreign titles in Ecuador, moved to Urcuqui, and applied to work in the nearby new City of Knowledge (Yachay). Hopefully, I will get my 3rd. level degree and start working in Yachay before the end of this year.


En 1982 comence con el primer grupo de estudiantes de la carrera de 2 años de Publicidad y Mercadotecnia. Era la primera vez en la historia que podiamos estudiar esa carrera en el Ecuador. Durante nuestro 2do. año, la carrera fue extendida a 3 años; y el siguiente año fue extendida nuevamenta a carrera de 4 años. Con la llegada de nuevos Profesores extranjeros, y la promesa de un titulo profesional, terminamos nuestros estudios en Junio de 1986, pendiente un proyecto de investigacion para obtener el titulo. Yo todavia estoy tratando de obtener ese titulo.

Mi grupo de estudios de 3er. año en Medio de Comunicacion Social eramos uno de los mejores. Vimos como otros grupos menos preparados pasaron, mientras nosotros tuvimos que hacer otro proyecto supletorio para pasar. Representantes de negocios externos fueron invitados a ver nuestras presentaciones finales individuales. Se notaba que estabamos haciendo todo ese trabajo para otros intereses. Años despues vimos campañas de publicidad y mercadotecnia muy parecidas a algunas de nuestras ideas.

Durante nuestras reuniones con las siguientes 2 promociones, supimos por que la Universidad estaba rechazando todas nuestras propuestas de investigacion. Los grandes negocios temian de nuestro proximo Colegio Profesional porque desplazariamos por derecho a todos los Profesionales extranjeros de Publicidad y Mercadotecnia. Asi que decidi continuar mi educacion en los Estados Unidos. Despues de un año de mi viaje, otorgaron el 1er. titulo.

Despues de obtener un Titulo Tecnico en Ohio, con este recorte de periodico probe que no pude obtener ese titulo antes de salir del Ecudor. Despues de una investigacion formal, pude obtener mi Titulo de Master y continuar estudios de Doctorado en Florida.

Desde Julio del 2012 que regrese al Ecuador, no estaba calificado para una posicion academica porque me falta el titulo de 3er. nivel; asi que tome un curso pagado de varios meses para aplicar de nuevo para ese titulo. Mientras tanto, legalize mis titulos extranjeros en el Ecuador, me mude a Urcuqui, y aplique para trabajar en la cercana nueva Ciudad del Conocimiento (Yachay). Espero obtener mi Titulo de 3er. nivel y comenzar a trabajar en Yachay antes de que termine este año.

Surprises of Life .’. Sorpresas que da la vida


It was surprising today to find my dissertation proposal; of little interest to Doctors at NSU; anyhow, I am willing to continue it with a PhD, even in an University on another place of the world 😉

Fue una sorpresa encontrarme hoy con mi propuesta de disertacion, poco interesante para los Doctores de la NSU; pero que igual estoy dispuesto a continuar con algun PhD, aunque sea en otra Universidad en otra parte del mundo 😉

Secret government documents reveal vaccines to be a total hoax



full paper here

Tuesday, January 08, 2013 by: Ethan A. Huff, staff writer

If you have children, you are more than likely already aware of the official U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) “Immunization Schedules,” which today recommend an astounding 29 vaccines be given between birth and six years of age, including yearly flu shots, as well as another five to 16 vaccines between ages seven and 18 (http://www.cdc.gov/vaccines/schedules/). But a recent investigative report compiled by Dr. Lucija Tomljenovic, Ph.D., uncovers more than 30 years of hidden government documents exposing these vaccine schedules as a complete hoax, not to mention the fraud of the vaccines themselves to provide any real protection against disease.

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