You are right !!HERE IT IS SOME NEWS AND UPDATES FROM ADMIN
We currently have 1577 verified members.
We cannot move forward until we determine whether or not we can
provide a solution to the problem discussed below.
We have tried to present a new and unique matrix model with the creation
of the ELAP concept. Many members have recognized our major problem
and this message from fellow member Leon Horton explains it nicely....
Hi Ken and Keith,
I see that the matrix has grown to past level 16 now and it is too
large for even additional purchases of ELAPs to make anything
move. By my calculations, it will take 10 months of biweekly
purchases of ELAPs to fill the 17th level.
What has to happen is to, in some way, limit the size of the
matrix to only 12 levels so that when the biweekly purchases are
made and 6500 ELAPs can be added, it will cause positions on the
9th level to cycle. When those positions cycle, they will provide
2 ELAPs per position... which would be 512 new positions and
1,024 ELAPs added to the matrix on the next level down... which
is level 13. That is not enough to fill the bottom level and it will stall.
So, every time the matrix is at level 12, the top needs to be removed
so the maximum positions that can be filled on the level will not
exceed the total being put into that level. So, if you are asking 1,000
people to pay for 6,500 ELAPs then the maximum size of the level
being filled would need to be less than 6,500 in order to keep the
matrix from stalling out. The 12th level is 4,048 positions wide.
This would create the most fantastic operating system ever and you
would be forced to limit the number of members in order to keep
the maximum depth at a level that will function with each biweekly
I am only trying to make suggestions that you may consider in order
to make the system work. I am not a programmer and could never
do that. If I could, I would be rich (from selling the script) and not
need to try every program out there to find one that will work.
So, please don't think that I am trying to undermine anything or what
has been done. I just do a little math from time to time and I can
analyze some of the math sometimes. I just don't have the ability to
put the math into a functional system.
But, I don't see any shuffling being able to work unless and until
the already cycled positions vacate the matrix and allow the matrix
to rebuild based on numerical order of the remaining positions.
Then an action would be needed to continually remove the cycled
positions from the top to keep the matrix at a much smaller size at
1, 2, 4, 8, 16, 32, 64, 128, 256, 512, 1024, 2048, 4,096, 8,192,
16,384, 32,768, 65,536
I calculated the levels through the 16th level (below the number 1).
So, my position, 52,731, would wind up on the 15th level.
Right now, I have another level of positions below mine where I have
2 people or ELAPs filling my first level on all 5 of my positions. It takes
65,536 positions to fill the 16th level and it will take twice that number
to fill the 17th and again double that to fill the 18th which would finally
cause my positions to cycle. So, if the you take in $13,000 to create
6,500 additional positions, it would take 10 months of biweekly payments
to fill only through the 17th level.
It is not feasible to expect the members to wait that long and pay that
much for, uh... nothing in return.
So, the only alternative is to keep the bottom level to a size that will
cause cycling to happen with the purchase of the additional ELAPs.
The answer would be to keep the matrix at a limited 12 levels deep.
That said, the ones that cycle will add more ELAPs to the matrix and
those positions should then be removed from the matrix to keep the
matrix at the limited depth.
What are your thoughts on this idea? Do you think there is a way
to pause the addition of positions in order to remove the top so the
maximum depth of the matrix does not exceed level 12?
The problem is easy to recognize. However, the solution is much more elusive.
Keith and I decided to use this weekend to focus on this issue and tomorrow
we will send an update.
HI Luicfer. Thank you for your honesty. IM OUT! Ken is a scammer deluxe. He has quite a history along with other serial scammers. This program can not sustain itself without new funds. This will fail soon and all the mnoney will go to Ken russo. Dont put a nickle in this mess.