Enclosures—28 November 2004
Responses—28 November 2004
Enclosures—20
December 2004
Responses—20 December 2004
The Bernoulli Architecture—20 December 2004
The Bernoulli Storyboard—20 December 2004
From—Bek—To—Clark—Criminal Charges
Against Canadian Honourables and Doctors—21 Jul 2003 

From—Bek—To—McLachlin—Notification of
Treasonable Acton—1 Apr 2003 

From—Bek—To—McLachlin—Lawful and
Rightful Declaration of Kingship to Canada—28 Sep 2002 

From—Bek—To—Chrétien—Klein—Recognition
Request for Achievement of Scientific Greatness—28 Jun 2002 

argues that if we
discover a complete theory of everything, it should be understandable by
everyone and not just a few scientists—eventually leading all of us to the
mind of God. 

tells how the essence of
Einstein lay in his simplicity and profound sense of beauty. 

characterizes the
profound importance of uniting quantum theory and relativity. 

characterizes the
profound importance of uniting quantum theory and relativity. 

tells how the final
theory of everything will undoubtedly be a mathematical system of uncommon
tidiness and rigor that accommodates the physical facts of the universe as we
know it. 

tells how quantum physics
concerns itself with the nature of matter at the microcosmic level—and is the
basis for all electronic equipment like televisions, computers, laser disk
players. 

tells the story of the
monolithic experiment that took place in 1982 which proved that
fasterthanlight signaling is possible. 

represents a valuable
contribution to popular scientific writing.
The main ideas of the theory of relativity are extremely well
presented. Moreover, the present state
of our knowledge in physics is aptly characterized. 

captures the essence of
the theory of one which unites the Godmade laws of nature—relativity and
quantum theory—by recognizing lightspeed and Planck’s constant as the same
boundary of the of the spacetime continuum. 

presents a complementary
view of reality—and argues that the synthesis of this complementary view with
the everyday view is necessary for achieving global sustainability. 

identifies the trigger of
the looming paradigm shift from the threedimensionally conscioused Everyman
to the fourdimensionally conscioused Superman as the 1935 Schrödinger's Cat
though problem—which proves that consciousness is real. 

based on the theory of one,
the unified field theory solves the problem Einstein spent the last thirty
years of his life working on by uniting the four forces of nature with the
four levels of being—thereby integrating consciousness and the soul into
physical theory. 

compares the two major
physical theories and argues there is only one photon or particle of light in
the universe and that the one photon is in fact God. 

tells Plato’s allegory of
the cave and the story of Creation—and then considers the possibility of
interpreting Creation allegorically rather than literally or by appearance
only. 
From—Bek—To—Martin—Klein—Subject—Plan
for Introduction of Scientific Pathway—28 Nov 2004 

From—Bek—To—Chrétien—Klein—Recognition
Request for Achievement of Scientific Greatness—28 Jun 2002 

captures the essence of
the theory of one which unites the Godmade laws of nature—relativity and
quantum theory—by recognizing lightspeed and Planck’s constant as the same
boundary of the of the spacetime continuum. 

compares the two major
physical theories and argues there is only one photon or particle of light in
the universe and that the one photon is in fact God. 

follows the development
of relativity from Archimedes to Einstein—and then takes a parallel line of
reasoning in considering the development of scientific management. 

recounts the events
leading up to the paradigm shift of quantum theory in 1925—and then takes a
look at what we still have to learn from it.
The nanosecond forecast of Philosophymagazine calls for a monumental
paradigm shift whereby we will finally orient ourselves to the universe. 

tells Plato’s allegory of
the cave and the story of Creation—and then considers the possibility of
interpreting Creation allegorically rather than literally or by appearance
only. 

based on the theory of
one, the unified field theory solves the problem Einstein spent the last
thirty years of his life working on by uniting the four forces of nature with
the four levels of being—thereby integrating consciousness and the soul into
physical theory. 

identifies the trigger of
the looming paradigm shift from the threedimensionally conscioused Everyman
to the fourdimensionally conscioused Superman as the 1935 Schrödinger's Cat
though problem—which proves that consciousness is real. 

presents a complementary
view of reality—and argues that the synthesis of this complementary view with
the everyday view is necessary for achieving global sustainability. 

contrasts Einstein with
Heisenberg, relativity with quantum theory, behavioralism with
existentialism, certainty with uncertainty and philosophy with
science—finally arriving at the inescapable Platonic conclusion that the true
philosopher is always striving after Being and will not rest with those
multitudinous phenomena whose existence are appearance only. 

charges all honourables
and doctors in Canada with heresy, child abuse and the unpardonable sin that
Christ spoke of—which is the deliberate refusal to follow the light when
seen. 

identifies the malignant
cancer within the healthcare system and society as the outwardly focusing
behavioral psychological model, which denies the existence of
consciousness—while the inwardly focusing existential model makes
consciousness and the soul primordially important. 

recognizes the notion of
wisdom—and argues that the world is on the cusp of a monumental paradigm
shift due to the imminent fall of the authoritian model and the rise of
portfolio theory in the practical incarnation of The Bernoulli Model. 

elucidates the notion of
Platonic Forms in describing how a motley crew of Forms—including Delphi,
forecasting, integration, utility, optimization, efficiency and
complementary—come together to form The Bernoulli Model. 

examines the notions of
God, option theory, portfolio theory, faith, reason and Arab math—finally
arriving at the inescapable conclusion that all roads of sound decisionmaking
lead to the efficient frontier. 

delineates dimensional
deconstruction and reconstruction combined with fractal analysis as the
fundamental method of riskmodeling employed by The Bernoulli Model. 
Delphi Program 
The Delphi program allows
for the input of organizational values which then guides the decisionmaking
process. The basic Delphi value is
represented by a confidence level describing the maximum allowable downside
change in portfolio value—ie. VaR.
Advanced Delphi values include utility translations and objectives
relating to financial, strategic, operating and competition. 
Forecasting 
The process of
forecasting produces not only estimates outcomes but also estimates of
uncertainty surrounding outcomes.
Advanced forecasting methods include forward curve analysis, option
price analysis, intertemporal riskmodeling, expert opinion, Bayesian
analysis, neural networks and event riskmodeling. 
Integration 
In addition to the basic
closedform method involving the twomoment normal distribution, the
Bernoulli Model also employs Monte Carlo simulation along with the
fourmoment the Camus distribution in order to capture and integrate the full
spectrum of heterogeneously distributed forecasts of outcomes and
uncertainty. 
Optimization 
Optimization algorithms
search riskreward space in order to determine the optimal set of decisions
subject to Delphi constraints.
Closedform optimization algorithms include linear programming while
openform methods include hillclimbing and genetic algorithms. 
Optimized Portfolio 
The optimized portfolio
represents the raison d’être of portfolio theory. Portfolio theory brings together the
consequences of a varied set of uncertain components. The Bernoulli Model employs sensitivity
analysis or stresstesting algorithms to insure optimal portfolio robustness. 
Historical Data 
Historical data includes
market rates, forward rates, option rates and production data—both historical
and current. In addition, portfolio
accountability analysis is fed back into the model along with the other
historical data in order to essentially make the forecasting process
selfaware. 
Exposure Data 
Exposure is simple the
initial asset value exposed to change.
For example, five barrels of oil at $40 per barrel equals $200 of
exposure. A long position is has
positive exposure while a short position is negative. Exposure data also includes exposure
dynamics particularly relevant to risk components like credit risk. 
Expert Opinion 
Expert opinion is
particularly useful when historical data is unavailable or unreliable. The Bernoulli Model integrates expert
opinion into the forecasting process that uses Bayesian analysis to estimate
uncertainty surrounding forecasts. The
model also provides experts with regular followup performance reports. 
Event Scenarios 
One of the first event
risk studies was conducted in 1933 to examine the effects of stock splitting
on price. Event riskmodeling is an
advanced form of forecasting that uses decision trees in order to see how
specific scenarios might play out. The
approach is well suited to contingency planning. 
Comparability Analysis 
While the primary
function of portfolio theory is to bring together all uncertain components
into a single view, the secondary function is to provide comparability
between components. The Bernoulli
Model uses the complimentary principle in the form of the null and
alternative hypotheses. 
Accountability Analysis 
The nineteenth century
saw the inauguration of management accounting for managing the efficient
conversion of raw materials into finished products. The Bernoulli Model is designed to manage
the efficient conversion of uncertain information into organizational value. 
The
Bernoulli Model presents the same consistent storyboard for all organizational
risk factors. The display parameters are
on the top while the valuation parameters are on the left. Below the valuation parameters is the
component Bernoulli Moment Vector (BMV) while on the right side of the charts
is the portfolio BMV. If the three
charts on the left of the storyboard are the components or ingredients in a
loaf of portfolio bread, the three charts on the right are the different ways
of slicing up the bread. The light blue
is the null paradigm—green is the alternative paradigm—dark blue is the common
between the two paradigms. Chart V1
delineates the risk factor exposure to change in value—eg. five barrels of oil
at $40 per barrel equals $200 of exposure.
Chart V2 captures the component forecast distributions for two of the
components. Chart V3 shows the correlation
between changes in value of components—ie. a correlation of one means factors
move in lockstep, zero means no correlation.
Chart V4 illustrates firstorder risk management by contrasting risk
(ie. VaR) with risk exposure limits (ie. Delphi). Chart V5 captures the portfolio forecast
distributions and demonstrates the standardized Bernoulli paradigm frame (ie.
–/+ sixsigma). Chart V6 illustrates
secondorder risk management or efficiency analysis by contrasting value
creation against the risk associated with value creation.