My health has been improving. As I said, I will think about what things were done well and what is fair, etc. etc., when I get out and make final decisions.
One thing I've noticed as my health improves is that some of my emotional wounds were extremely painful, but less bothersome now that I'm out. Maybe some people predicted I would say that; I don't know.
One thing I'm likely to consider, now that I'm feeling less furious and more optimistic about the future, is that I will probably publish all of the mathematical ideas--two papers worth--that involve curing cancer and bringing people back to life, except for my ideas about fusion, which I would keep to myself.
I would likely patent some things that would become easily discoverable after my two big publications. Also, I would need to publish one other big paper to deal with the implications of the other two publications.
The three publications should be fine, and if I can patent enough of the technologies that I may want to hang on to, competitively speaking, then it might be perfectly fine for me to publish all of the physics/math ideas that are behind the cancer cure and the bring-people-back-to-life idea. My cancer-cure related ideas seem "definitely right," at least up to the high-impact math level. I still need to formalize my "bring people back to life" ideas and make sure that they are definitely correct; I'll wind up publishing a circuit complexity result involving NEXP, a little bit like Ryan Williams' result, if the math checks out, to give you a sneak preview.
Again, the faster I am released, the faster I can release these massively life-saving breakthroughs. It will likely be both sad and mildly funny how many journalists and politicians get in huge trouble and are very humiliated for slowing down the release of the life-saving breakthroughs I've developed--I now realize that Einstein surely didn't have the big breakthrough that I thought he had that I "also discovered," the idea is likely just mine, he's not that mean--with their corrupt and childish efforts to obstruct my career for petty reasons.
I'll make all final decisions after I'm released. I realized that my pain and outcome won't have been that terrible no matter what if I get out before the end of this year in particular--it will have been like being in a coma for two more years, and then being OK at the end of the ordeal. I'll be fine, and angry, but healthy and ready to move forward. Please don't continue obstructing the release of my brilliant ideas based on hateful ideological stupidity.
-Philip White (philip...@yahoo.com