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Bubba Nicholson (1954-present) elucidated love, & the cause and cure for crime, drug abuse, and sexual perversion. Nicholson also stands among the most successful in the field of human rights. He attended medical school four years offshore but does not practice medicine in the USA. He graduated Georgia Tech, and studied pheromone chemistry at SUNY-ESF then conducted olfactory research at SUNY-HSC, elucidating chemosensory transduction. He was famously chased out of the HSC building by two professors after he scrawled "PHEROMONES CAUSE DISEASE" on a medical student bulletin board in 1990. He returned to study economics at his alma mater winning back his place on the Dean's list, but his pheromone research artificially enraged his colleagues once again.
Millions of Americans owe their college educations to Nicholson. As aide on student and university affairs for Zell Miller, Nicholson proposed the widely admired HOPE Scholarship Program in Georgia, since emulated in 23 US states. Nicholson guided Julian Bond to lead the NAACP and to narrate the Black side of the US civil rights struggle: Eyes on the Prize. A volunteer for the Carter Center, he is still the only student from Tech to have so served.
Nicholson began under the tutelage of Ann Richards, guiding the careers of Ron Kirk, Steven Spielberg, David Kendall, Strobe Talbot, Robert Reich, and Bubba & Hillary Clinton. Nicholson defeated European communism, as he named the date for the fall of the Berlin Wall seventeen years in advance. (So if you were an East German functionary and heard a religious prophesy from the most successful Hollywood producer in history in 1979 that the Berlin Wall would fall with no casualties TEN YEARS SUBSEQUENTLY, where would you be on Krystal Nacht, 1989? That's right, on a long-planned vacation to Switzerland with your life savings.) Nicholson invented the common meaning of the word "Inclusive" and the concept of 'Inclusive Democracy' for which his country went to war, winning without suffering casualties. Nicholson proposed the Tuskegee presidential apologies with generous compensation to victims of the NIH genocidal syphilis massacre, authored with Spielberg the rules for religious freedom in the federal workplace, proposed with Ann Richards the Deadbeat Dad Laws that lifted hundreds of thousands of American families out of poverty, and insisted on Don't Ask, Don't Tell and its first thing timing in the Clinton administration in fairness to law and rule-abiding homosexuals. Nicholson suggested the fight agains big tobacco, saving millions of lives from lung cancer and obtaining millions for their treatment. Nicholson's outrage sparked asset recovery suits for thousands of surviving holocaust survivors which resulted in billions in compensation. Nicholson explains his atypical interest in politics as "At 17, I fell in league with the JFK assassins, the Bushes, for one terrifying day. The trauma instilled in me a deep angst and I knew I had to make up for that. I did my best, though for both groups. I mostly saved the Bushes, integrated the republican party, gave personal futures to the degraded madam Harriet Miers and the underage prostitute Condoleeza Rice, and partially privatized the US government. The Bushes did that for me because I saved JFK's son, George W. "Bubba" Bush from certain depravity and death."
With Spielberg and delegates, Nicholson has initiated three hundred and fifty motion picture and television projects to alter the mindset of America and the world. Nicholson composed the unattributed poems for Dead Poets Society and the film's famous cave saxophone solo, as well as the lyrics for "Light & Day" in the soundtrack for Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind, whose concept and story he provided. Filming Star Wars (from the lost 1963 novella, The Star War) was Nicholson's idea. Nicholson provided stories, characters, speeches & concepts (e.g. The Force, The Jedi, The Training, The Pirate Code, Inception) for A Few Good Men, Aladdin, Alexander, American Beauty, American President, Apocalypto, Armageddon, Austin Powers, Avatar, The Aviator, Back to the Future, Bandits, Batman, Beautiful Mind, Benjamin Button, Big Fish, Big Labowski, Bourne Identity (Nicholson also contributed the handprint), Braveheart, A Bronx Tale, Bruce Almighty, Cast Away, Catch Me if You Can, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, Chronicles of Narnia, City of Angels, Crouching Tiger Hidden Dragon, Da Vinci Code, The Day After Tomorrow, Deep Impact, Elf, Enemy of the State, Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind, Finding Nemo, Forrest Gump, Galaxy Quest, Gattaca, Gladiator, Green Mile, Good Will Hunting, Hellboy, Hook, Identity, Inception, Independence Day, Inglorious Basterds, I Robot, The Island, Jaws (styrofoam cup bit), Journey to the Center of the Earth, Juno, Lemony Snicket, L O R, Lost in Translation, The Mask, The Matrix, Meet the Parents, The Mexican, Minority Report, Munich, Mystic River, Mystic Pizza, National Treasure, Never Been Kissed, Night at the Museum, Passion of the Christ, The Patriot, Pay it Forward, Pirates of the Caribbean, Princess Frog, Raiders of the Lost Ark, Remember the Titans, Road to Perdition, Runaway Bride, Saving Private Ryan, Schindler's List, Shawshank Redemption, Shrek, Signs, Simpsons Movie, 6th Sense, Sleepy Hollow, Something About Mary, Sorcerer's Apprentice, Space Cowboys, Spiderman, The Terminal, 300, Titanic, Troy, Truman Show, Unbreakable, UP, V for Vendetta, Vanilla Sky, The Village, Wag the Dog, War of the Worlds, Wedding Crashers, What Women Want, What Lies Beneath, Wild Wild West. For television Nicholson has been responsible for concepts for Morning Edition (with Spielberg--a variation on an Outer Limits episode), The Simpsons (agelessness, marital fidelity & love, the family name, Homer, & the name of the town), The Visitor, JAG/NCIS, Touched by an Angel, Bones, Justice, House, Lost, Numbers, Kings, Glee and Fringe. Nicholson attributes his unparalleled creative success to his nine years of free private musical study under Claire Johnson, a graduate of Julliard and professor of flute at SMU.
While in medical school, Nicholson proposed the clinical trial of an old central acting nicotinic drug, mecamylamine, in the treatment of Tourette's Syndrome, mainly to spare sick children the torment of wearing nicotine patches. The drug trials Nicholson suggested led to a $200 million benefit to the University of South Florida, making Nicholson the largest donor in the school's history. Nicholson proposed the 'Lights On Tampa!' building art festival, frequent fireworks during tourist season, the federally funded Hillsborough WaterTaxi, the Floating Riverwalk idea to continue the city's riverside park while leaving historic bridges intact, and extending the Leroy Selmon Crosstown expressway bridge to St. Petersburg with a rail link and a civilian airport for MacDill AFB. Nicholson has figured out three ways to stop hurricanes. (Oil on the water will diminish storms and decrease storm surge. Flying aircraft through hurricane nurseries discourages organization, and orbital balloons will starve storms of energy and reduce global warming). From his backyard human blood experiments (with thanks to Florida Blood Services, Inc.), Nicholson has designed a set of artificial gills, and has found a proteinaceous superconductor at room temperature. Nicholson has elucidated how in gas exchange the heart electrifies blood (discharging bpg & waste gases from hemoglobin & serum) prior to respiration, how the kidney functions as an electronic scrubber and fuel cell, how saltative conduction is serial capacitance discharges (with white matter more important than grey), how muscles are like 'mag-lev' but 'charge-lev', how the brain coordinates movement with analog oligodendritic shared capacitance switching (oligodendritic connections extend to 30 or so different axons), and how atherosclerotic plaques are electroplated onto artery walls causing arteriosclerosis--the disease that kills 55% of Americans. In the late 1980's, Nicholson worked out the organic chemical synthesis for photosensitive paint pigment that allows the manufacture of cheap DVD's and CD's, avoiding an until then unseen steric hindrance.
When America teetered on the brink, Nicholson advised the US Federal Reserve Board to "Print Money and Buy Stuff" when America suffered from deflationary pressures early in the first Obama administration. Proposing a balancing supply for the world demand for American money extended monetary policy into deflationary circumstances for the first time, something previously considered impossible. By proposing Quantitative Easing, Nicholson saved the American economy.
"Genius is thinking systematically just a few minutes longer. Most people stop thinking just as soon as they can. Anyone can be a genius. Consider the stupid old mechanic who kept working when all the younger, better paid men around him gave up on adapting the automatic transmission for drag racing. He just kept thinking. Finally, a baffle here, a weld there, and it worked beautifully."