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As a physicist and chemical engineer, my scientific loyalties sometimes conflict with my spiritual loyalties. As a philosopher, seeking eternal, universal truths, my discoveries are being chronicled in a book which I call, True Freedom, which finds much resonance with Ayn Rand's Objectivism and Individualism.

True Freedom requires individual equality, lest one person or group infringe upon the freedoms of others. Therefore privacy establishes impartiality and fairness. Privacy protects individuals from inequality by restricting the ability to discern and thus segregate individuals or groups by any particular characteristic. Security requires that every person be uniquely, positively, and easily identified so that trust may abound and privacy may be most fully preserved. True Democracy extends equality by allowing every citizen an equal voice in matters of governance (that there may be no masters or tyrants).