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    Scientific breakthrough: The Catalog of Human Population

    Kate Bazilevsky

    by Kate Bazilevsky

    132 views Greetings ladies & gentlemen! My name is Kate Bazilevsky. I would like to inform you that the Catalog of Human Population exists, and the full version is being worked on. Currently, there are more than 130 subtype structures already described. Modern civilization has already created many different catalogs. The products of centuries of effort are: encyclopedias, dictionaries, medical atlases, and reference books on minerals, machines, and clothes. Those are just a few examples. But a catalog of the human population, by the same standards we have applied to other species, does not exist. Certainly there are descriptions based on races, nationalities, language groups, and the like, but this research does not accomplish the main task - to classify living, modern-day human beings into subtypes. It is convenient as there is no need to spend half of your life to find out your potential is, to ask "Who am I?" and to struggle over problems with children, spouse, mother-in-law, bosses, co-workers and many other problems that arise in modern society. All of that time spent on those problems can now be spent on yourself. The Catalog has information about the entire psychophysiology of any person. For convenience, all the information is divided into 6 factors. They are: intellectual, physical, dietological, emotional, sexual, and environmental. Depending on subtype structure, within these factors are specific descriptions of your potential talents, habits, particularities, and likings. This enables you to consciously regulate and adjust your life, and to have many achievements. My partners and I offer information about various subtype structures to anyone who would like to test it out. On your own or in a group, whether you are a scientist, businessman, student, soldier, housewife--no matter who you are, you can do a verification of our descriptions on real people. It is easy to do and it is very interesting. Respectfully yours, Kate