Jonas Gerrig sat on the tan colored couch in the newspaper office, anxiously waiting for the newspaper reporter to start the interview. He fidgeted back and forth while the man assembled his background information. The 73 year old chemist and licensed medical physician didn’t like the idea of being interviewed by a novice, non-technical reporter but it was important for him to get his story out to the public. With advancing non-operable pancreatic cancer, Gerrig had only months left in his distinguished life. His research needed to be documented in various news sources so that his work on intelligence amplification could be continued.