For those of you who are unfamiliar with the SCIO Device, quite simply put, the SCIO is an upgrade of the widely used and accepted QXCI Device. The SCIO will be a "bigger, better, faster" version of the QXCI. Please read on for the lastest information straight from Professor Bill Nelson himself ...  Quantum Alliance(through our weekly e-Zine The Xrroid Xpress) was very fortunate to be given some time for an interview with Professor Bill Nelson.  So we figured why not ask him the questions that you all ask us about the SCIO. This is what he had to say: 

 

XPRESS: First I would like to take a moment to thank you for taking the time out of your busy schedule to have this interview with the Xrroid Xpress which currently reaches well over a thousand readers world wide.  With the Autumn Conference just around the corner and all your work with the SCIO, things must be really hectic? 

 

BILL: Oh boy yeah!!! 

 

XPRESS: The first question we have about the SCIO is the name? How did you come up with it and why? 

 

BILL: Well the reason I came up with the name SCIO is it's the Latin word "to know." And the idea that 'the doctor first knows thy self' you know type of thing. So I came up with it because in science there is a drive "to know" and in healing there is a drive "to heal" and we wanted to be able to separate the two.  I figured that I could try to make a machine that would try to know the body as much as possible. But it's not the job of the therapist to know, it's the job of therapist to promote healing. And I chose SCIO because it was a controversial name revolving around the concept of "knowing" 

 

XPRESS: Does it have an actual acronym as well like the QXCI? 
 

BILL: Oh yeah, it's scientific something, something, something ha ha!! I made an acronym for it but I forget it! 

[Office note: SCIO stands for Scientific Consciousness Interface Operations] [the QXCI Stands for Quantum Xrroid Consciousness Interface] 

 

XPRESS: Okay no problem! What are the main differences between the QXCI and the SCIO? 

 

BILL: Well the QXCI is a machine that operates Ö it does 55 measures every thousandth of a second and the SCIO does 110 measures every two thousandths of a second. And the SCIO can do this because there is a CPU (central processing computer unit) inside the SCIO that the QXCI doesn't have. The QXCI uses the central processing unit in your computer. So the SCIO has its own computer in it so it standardizes the interface to the client. Whereas the other system, different computers might have different timer chips and therefore have subtle differences in there interface to the client. This is okay as long as you use the same computer. But we wanted to have a standardized system and we went to the SCIO. The SCIO works on a USB Port and also on a serial port, where the QXCI only works on a parallel port, so that is one of the other differences. And with the SCIO since now we have two central processors units we can now do virtual reality and a host of other additional therapies. What we call 'piggy back therapies' that the QXCI was not cable of. So there are many advantages to the SCIO, basically it is a higher resolution more data coming in and more data going out. And then it also has a greater ability to allow additional therapies. 

 

XPRESS: How many therapies will you be able to run at once? 

 

BILL: Oh what we find is that we could actually be able to run 10 or 12 therapies at the same time. 

 

XPRESS: WOW! 

 

BILL: With the SCIO it's not a problem because the SCIO is able to utilize more interface time. We recommend that you don't go past four therapies. 

 

XPRESS: That makes a lot of sense. Can you tell us about the new virtual reality system and when we might actually expect it? 

 

BILL: Yes that will be only in the SCIO, because now with the SCIO device, since we have an additional central processing unit, it frees up the processor of our computer to be able to do 3D imagery, and we will be able to image inside the clients heart, the brain and all the different parts of the body will eventually be in the system. I have a team of programmers working everyday making more and more. What they will be able to do is get into the system and the client will be able to see what areas of the body they are working on and if there is degeneration, inflammation, infection and then the patients conscious mind will be able to be involved in a much deeper level. 

 

XPRESS: Now with that we heard that there will be a glove system as well so that way, let's say you find a blockage of an artery or something like that. 

 

BILL: Yes, you will be able to go to that place and then with a therapy that you can enact you can trigger the SCIO box and the human body to treat that area, wipe away degeneration, wipe away the congestion in the arteries. 

 

XPRESS: How long till you think that part is going to be working? 

 

BILL: Oh it's working now. You will see it in Budapest. It's just that we will be adding to the technology, making the technology greater and greater and more sophisticated - but you'll see it in September in Budapest! 

 

XPRESS: If you decide you want both the QXCI and the SCIO can you run them both on the same computer? 

 

BILL: No! 

 

XPRESS: OkayÖ 

 

BILL: Well it is the same software; you will not be able to operate them at the same time. You will be able to operate them at different times yes. 

 

XPRESS: So it is the exact same software? 

BILL: When you turn on the device if the SCIO device is present the same software clicks on SCIO and it is the exact same thing when you do the QXCI but you will not be able to operate them together at the same time. But you could use the SCIO in the morning and the QXCI in the afternoon on the same computer. 

 

XPRESS: If you are already competent on the QXCI how long do you think it will take to learn the SCIO? 

 

BILL: It's the same software, so it's virtually the same thing. Just if you want to do the 3D virtual reality it's a one day course, to learn how to do that. It's a one day thing to upgrade to the SCIO! 

 

XPRESS: That's it? wow! 

 

BILL: Simple, easy 

 

XPRESS: You will be teaching SCIO protocols at the Budapest Seminar? 

 

BILL: Of course. 

 

XPRESS: We heard it through the grape vine that the SCIO has been given the EU (European Union) stamp of approval which is equivalent to the USA FDA?

 

BILL: We have the EU stamp of approval on the QXCI and the SCIO. 

XPRESS: Is there a chance we might be able to take it to the FDA in the USA? 

 

BILL: You don't need to there is already an agreement in place that allows us to sell the unit in America. They changed the law in 1999. Now our device can be sold in America freely. The fact that we have a registration in Europe suffices. 

 

XPRESS: So when will the SCIO be completely ready to go? 

 

BILL: It's ready to go now; you are probably going to see the highest development of the software. We have systems in place now that are working and the beta testing is basically at the end, and what your going to see in the next three weeks in Budapest is the very easy operative virtually bug free system that it
will do what you want it to do. 

 

XPRESS: How long will you continue to produce the QXCI once the SCIO is completely operational? 

 

BILL: Oh we will produce it forever! It's just when you are talking about health care most people think that they really want the best, and the SCIO is the Cadillac where the QXCI has become the Chevrolet. 

The Latin word SCIO (pronounced: ski-o) comes from the Greek meaning "to know." The acronym for SCIO stands for Scientific Consciousness Interface Operations System. The SCIO works much like the QXCI in that it responds to the body's electric reactivity patterns at a speed of 1/100th of a second or less.

There are 3 main features of the SCIO development and a variety of attractive benefits: 

 

(1) Until now the signal generation has been based on software interacting with the computer timer chip: there are a variety of timer chips and speeds as well as a variety of operating systems that have created the need to continuously adapt the Clasp software. The SCIO overcomes this by incorporating a processor in the interface. This has the side benefit of leaving the computer free for other operations concurrently, including doing analysis of the test scores, preparing reports, testing for minerals etc. 

(2) The current dialogue is at 55 bits (of information) per millisecond. The SCIO exchange rate is >120 bits/ms, facilitating twice the amount of information exchange and significantly improving the clarity (and thus accuracy) of the test and therapy interaction. 

(3) Additional patient biofeedback interaction. The SCIO software will incorporate a multitude of 3D body  part views which the client can see on a monitor or in the future via a VRI goggle set. Control will be in two layers. The client will be able to select certain operations via the mouse. There will also be an interaction with the Clasp software so that there is a link between the VRI and energetic therapy aspects. The SCIO will have a rectification feedback system so that the client can both influence to gain belief that he/she can influence their health process. One mode is that the client will select the focal area and then the SCIO system will select one from a menu of related (e.g. colon) images to work with. The SCIO's 3D views will have color overlays representing disease processes such as degeneration, inflammation etc. The current QXCI software is already SCIO configured: the 3D body views are being developed by a team of specialists and this will be available with the SCIO system.

   

Computer Specifications for the Clasp32 Scio Device

Cache and RAM (Random Access Memory)

The difference between the different CPUs (Central Processor Unit) is the speed, and the cache (The memory built into the processor itself).  An AMD* CPU normally will perform faster than an Intel** CPU at the same speed.  The Celeron*** CPU normally has less cache.

The Clasp32 (Software required by the SCIO), will first look for the space it needs to perform in the cache memory, this is extremely fast.  If it does not find enough space it will go to memory built into the memory on the motherboard, slower but still fast (This is the RAM).  If it still does not find the space there it has to go the hard drive (Slow) and execute the instructions.  This however will only happen with the ëClasp32í at very low RAM (e.g. 128 Mb).  Thus the program may run but slowly ? Not recommended at all.

The Clasp32 is a large application program running in real time.  The Operating System ëWindowsí does not run in real time.  The Clasp32 sends a signal to the box (Rx light flashes once), then box starts to generate the appropriate frequencies (Tx light flashes once) and then the 8 red lights.  The SCIO interface box includes its own processor to be able to do this, thus the CPU of the computer is free.

The computer needs a high resource capacity, because the Clasp32 Database (The core of the program), uses the Borland Database engine.  Due to the phenomenal amount of information generated, the database engine has been stretched to its maximum capabilities.  Other aspect is the image generated animations; these require a lot of resources.    The specifications focus on the RAM but Cache must be taken into consideration.

 

Computer Specifications

* It is advisable to dedicate a laptop to the program.  However, if this is not possible then it is highly recommended that no other programs of medical nature be installed as conflicts have been reported in the past.  It is advisable to only install the recommended software and to follow the Computer preparation instructions.

* If possible, the cloned types as many problems have been reported due to their architecture, their timer chips and in some cases the cheap components.

* Pentium 4 with a CPU speed over 1 GHz, not Celeron, because of the less cache factor.

* Hard drive - program itself requires about 2 GB for installation.  Always maintain at least 5 GB free in the hard drive so that regular maintenance can be carried out.

* RAM - 512 MB

* The SCIO might be connected to a Serial Port or a USB Port using an adapter ? We supply the USB to Serial Port cable. The Serial Port is one data at a time and has speed limit.  USB Ports:  There are two types, USB 1 and USB 2 (faster).  Current models include these two ports.

* Monitor TFT/XGA****: Pixel size must be set at 1280x1024 or higher for optimum viewing of the Clasp32

* Video and Sound cards of the highest possible quality and capacity are required

* The Operating Systems needed is Windows XP and the Professional version is recommended

* Advanced Micro Devices: Global supplier of integrated circuits for the personal and networked computer and communications markets headquartered in California, USA.** Intel: American electronic corporation headquartered in California, USA.  It is the Worldís major producer of a variety of electronics and computer components (including semi conductors, microprocessors, chipsets, and more.*** Celeron: New computer processor from the Intel Corp.  Slower than the Pentium chip, it was designed for the home computer market in the lower price range.**** TFT/XGA: Thin Film Technology / Extended Graphics Array, which allows displaying up to 65000 colors
 

NOTE: This interview with Bill Nelson is reprinted with permission of Quantum Alliance

 
 
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QXCI - SCIO Bill Nelson Interview