Shuler Research
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Who We Are . . .

Robert Shuler about:  He is the author of over 50 peer reviewed technical papers, a book on Crash Rate Theory and two books on economics.  He is retired from a 45 year career in advanced projects and systems reliability at NASA and continues select areas of research related to the future of society.  He lives in Texas most of the time, likes to visit his wife's relatives in Siberia, and publishes music arrangements

Theo Koukouvitis about:   With thousands of published articles and dozens of eBooks that between them command millions of daily views, I am one of the most prolific and successful freelance writers active today.

Civille O. Brown, MLS, about:  I am interested in how each person's unique talent, experience and life situation leads them to different choices, and how to maximize each person's potential.  According to evolutionary theory, there is no progress or advancement of one over the other, we've all been here 3.5 billion years.  But the future can be predicted sometimes, and knowing it changes it.  Then progress can be defined by a combination of the individual desires and abilities relative to the future environment.  Getting along in a common world does not mean we all want to behave in the same way or seek the same things.  "Everybody is a genius. But if you judge a fish by its ability to climb a tree, it will live its whole life believing that it is stupid," wasn't really said by Einstein, but it sums up my approach to the study of people.

Dyske Suematsu about:  I help small business owners leverage the power of the Internet to grow their business. I have breathed and lived on the Internet for the past 20 years, and, therefore, have a good sense of how things evolve—what works and what doesn’t. I can learn my clients’ business objectives, provide actionable strategies, and manage the execution.