Results – Part 2


Below is the second list of achieved results.



6.    Daily emotional outbursts down to one in ten years (ADHD), and learning to read within six weeks (dyslexia). 

This happened to the family of ComDyS’s founder after the results of official treatments were insufficient. The working principle is explainable through techniques used for capacity bottlenecks and their consequences such as traffic jams on the road (see also question 4). We see one of these techniques when car navigation systems recommend an alternative route to avoid traffic jams.

The surprising discovery was that these are common techniques in engineering disciplines. Yet, it was not possible to find a brain researcher, let alone brain research, that had applied this knowledge in the fields of ADHD, dyslexia, autism and the like. Instead, common reactions included ‘Interesting! Unfortunately, this doesn’t fit my discipline’.

Via the On Mental Health charity and the Zorgdenkers Netwerk, a network in the field of health services in the Netherlands, it became apparent that many others had similar experiences with both mental and bodily health issues.  


Truly saving billions of €/$ from good to excellent treatment results and hence reduced treatments costs,  special needs education,  bullying, vandalism and  crime (see also next row).

Preventing unnecessary suffering from ADHD, dyslexia, autism and the likes. 

The roundabout approach (see part I) to quickly establish the most promising treatments and to establish priorities for scientific research.


7.    Huge sources waiting to be explored for delivering better treatments and making health services affordable in the years to come.  


• A drastic reduction of bureaucracy and complexity. 

• Creating space for innovative projects: Citizens are encouraged to start innovative projects. Sooner or later, however, they get confronted with an insurmountable amount of obstacles.  

• Open-minded research for all result-delivering therapies, particularly for therapies that delivered the needed results after official treatment had delivered insufficient results.

More information at (in Dutch).


The possibility of true cost savings of €15 billion per year in the Netherlands from the reduction of unnecessary bureaucracy and complexity in health services (total costs of health services: €90 billion per year).  

An additional €2.5 to €5 billion in true savings from a goal-oriented search for therapies that have delivered the needed results after official treatments had delivered insufficient results. 

8.  _A patent for the following generation of artificial intelligence (AI) 

In contradiction to today’s, mathematics-based AI, this innovation is brain based. It works within the boundaries defined by the brain’s architectural elements and with almost no mathematics. The latter is needed because brain architecture leaves no room for calculating mathematical formulas. 


Artificial intelligence at a level between today’s AI and the brain’s intelligence. 




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