Alpha Beta Zero to Zillion Word Codes for Numbers

by Dr Godwin Lekwuwa



Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 12/28/2015

Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 192
ISBN : 9781504995085
Format : Hardcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 192
ISBN : 9781504995092
Format : E-Book
Dimensions : N/A
Page Count : 192
ISBN : 9781504995078

About the Book

The ABZZ word code system is a method that can be used to convert any given number to word code equivalents. With this method, any given number from zero to zillion can be converted to word codes. The principles of this method are explained in this book. This book also contains a thesaurus that gives two examples of easily derivable and meaningful word code equivalents of every number from 0 to 9,999. It is a forerunner to a proposed online thesaurus that would list word code alternatives of every number from zero to one billion (0–1,000,000,000). For centuries, people have been attracted to the idea of converting numbers to words. One of the major advantages of this is that people would be able to find meaningful word names for phone numbers, passwords, pin numbers, log-in numbers, access codes, etc. Other advantages include the ability to generate prospective number codes based on any words of your choice. Numerous other advantages and uses are elaborated in this book. Word code systems for numbers devised over the centuries have been cumbersome and difficult to use. This has limited their use in everyday life. The ABZZ word code system introduces a new, simpler, and user-friendly system of converting any given numbers to words and vice versa. The principles of the system can be mastered in a few minutes. Regular usage would engrain it as one of our basic thinking processes. The ABZZ is an idea whose time has come.

About the Author

Godwin Lekwuwa is a consultant clinical neurophysiologist based in the United Kingdom. He graduated as a medical doctor in 1981. During his medical school days, he developed special interest in the neurological sciences, the human mind, and the nature of man. To enhance his understanding of the human mental mechanisms, he took a master’s degree in psychology and a PhD degree in neurology from the Institute of Neurology, Queen Square, London. The ideas used in this book have been nurtured, incubated, and refined since his medical school days. The memory aspects of these techniques were quite handy for examinations and won him almost all the prizes available in his medical school graduation year. The methods elaborated in this book are the basis for his encyclopedic knowledge of medical literature, which surprises most people who know him. As the saying goes, “When a man appears to have specially developed faculties, ask him what books he reads.” A book is a machine to think with.