Returning from his sociological studies in New York City to the flagship Apollo, Ron carried out research in the areas of vitamins and nutrition. His discoveries during this time formed the foundation for major advances he would make in later years in handling the effects of drugs and other toxic substances.
During 1973 Ron also devoted considerable time to discovering why a person would introvert-fixate his attention inwardly, on himself or his bank. After a major breakthrough in this area he went on to search out the means of handling the causes and consequences of severe introversion. The development and piloting
of the new auditing rundown that would result from this research went on through the end of the year.