Thanks a lot

June 9, 1995

Acknowledgements can be lengthy but no academic paper has ever thanked as many people as the independently published, Trilogic Ennealogica Systems (TES) as Sciences for Creative Thinking in Knowledge Complexes, written by Antony Santiago, a biodiversity biologist at Kuala Lumpur in Malaysia. He says: "I wish to thank all those who have been indifferent to my efforts in research, development and publications on TES. They spurred me on to develop TES to its present state." His method must involve some valuable aids to positive thinking.

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