The Dow rose 118 points yesterday. Gold fell $19 an ounce – back below the $1,300-an-ounce mark. Trend? Probably not. In the meantime, we have seen the future. In Boca Raton. At the mall. We’re talking about the future of health care. It’s already the nation’s biggest and fastest-growing industry. And it’s ripe for disruption. A big fat plum, waiting for a worm. In fact, were it not for the poisonous gas laid down by Washington and the health-care oligarchy, the industry probably would have met its Napster already.