(You could have come across the recent news about a 11-year old boy who had developed a HUGE tumour around his neck and left shoulder. That disease is called "Venous Lymphangioma". You can see that frightening condition through the following URL:
http://bigstory.ap.org/article/158b12e99174425e89ddd4ca01e45334/mexican-boy-have-tumor-surgery-new-mexico (If you cannot click this, just copy-paste this i Google search, and you will get it.)
The word "Lymph" denotes that the tumour has resulted from this Lymph fluid.
While the medical fraternity does NOT know the origin of this tumour, I can explain it:
The tumour must have formed due to the accumulation of the free calcium excesses that had stagnated at neck region. The boy could have been sleeping on his left side, probably without a pillow, or a low-level one, hence the tumour on his left.)
(It is not written for children, is meant for grown up people. Highly learned people would enjoy reading it as well)
I should receive the Award by October, 2013!
Yours wonderful creation,
(* You may wonder about the decency / mannerisms in this regard:
How can a researcher 'beg' for an award? That should come on its own! It is too vulgar to ask for it!
In the case of Mahathma Gandhi, he could have asked for it, but he did not.
Gandhi probably thought that he had more works to accomplish before attaining an eligibility for a Nobel Award.
Unfortunately, he was shot dead before achieving it.
The Nobel Awarding Committee, based on their principle of not giving the prize posthumously, refrained from doing so.
In the case of nearly ALL the Nobel Laureates, no one appears to have applied or asked for it.
This could have been due to their own realization that they had not attained a 'deserving status' yet.
Whereas, when it comes to me, I know me well - I am aware of my standing, and I know that I have accomplished more than what is necessary to qualify for an award of this kind.
What I have discovered is nothing small.
No one else on earth has hitherto explained THE TRUE CAUSES OF ALL DISEASES that affect all humans and animals alike.
This finding is, for sure, beyond any doubt, going to change the entire world!
That makes me the top candidate for a full, wholesome award of the Prize.
Therefore, I do not feel ashamed to ask for it.
If I don't ask, since I do not belong to the mainstream medical fraternity, they may overlook my contributions.
After all, God had said, "You ask, and it will be given". On this ground, I don't think I have committed any shameful act by asking for recognition.
The thing is, if I am recognized by the Nobel Awarding Committee, then, the whole world would recognize my findings almost instantly. That will be the quickest way to spread the EHS way of health management worldwide, at ease*.
(* The 'unstoppable' agony due to the spread of major diseases worldwide appears to have already reached a threshold point, requiring an immediate and drastic action to set it right.)
After that, rapidly, without any hesitation, all Governments worldwide, would begin to establish "Palaniappa's School of Medicine", Palaniappa's Medical University", "University of Ecological Healing System", and the like, and would begin to consult me for running their curriculum.
I have to continue living in a healthy state to help them out, for the benefit of people at large.
So, to speed up everything, I have to get the Nobel Prize Award almost immediately, so that all can be achieved while I am still alive*.
(* If I am going to die before receiving the Nobel Award, then, in this case, the Nobel Committee will have to necessarily make the necessary changes in their policy to award the Prize to me posthumously, as a special case.
The two sad parts will be that (a) the entire health industry will have to depend upon only on my books for the implementation of EHS, since I won't be around to help, and (b) I will not be able to enjoy the whole thing.)
After reading all the above, I believe, you will excuse me for asking for the Award.
If you still think that I did something that I should not have done, please pardon me for that, yet, bless me for achieving a grand success.