At the final hurdle, when critics will be silenced once and for all and SCT will be proven unstoppable in true mortal combat, Hershey leaves his student in the capable hands of the force and disappears like a true Jedi Knight. But alas, the next chapter is a short one as the Jedi apprentice discovers the light saber is nothing more than a colored pen. The annotations were not a Jedi time travel tool to see into the future, but were common market tools to predict how one could see the past differently. Then the devastating cruel truth crashes into the young Jedi's mind, that euphoria and failure are not opposite extremes but stand next to each other spanned by a small bridge constructed of colored pens and a printer. At last his vision clears as sense returns and the student understands that all along this was a mish-mesh of old ideas culled from real practitioners and padded out with the wildest of dreams and fantastic descriptions. And thus another important chapter is added to Extraordinary Popular Delusions and the Madness of Crowds by Charles MacKay. I was wishing Neoxx the very best and never posted here hoping that someone, somewhere, would prove JH correct in the only way that counts - the way JH refuses to, the way Neoxx was going to. But then I too woke up And no one lived happily in Jack's world ever after. THE END.