All right, I've finished dinner so I have a little more time to try and (a) understand your posts and (b) respond to them seriously.
Some points of clarification:
-There is no such thing as specializing in diagnosis. There is no field where (as you asked in the locked thread) someone calls you up when they are stumped and gets you to come in and save the day. A couple of people (me included) have made "House" jokes at you - that is not real medicine.
-You don't really seem to understand what a consult is. When you consult someone, you are asking them to answer a specific question relevant to their field of specialty. For example, if I were a surgeon and had a patient with serious heart disease, I might consult cardiology to get their recommendations on how to effectively manage their heart disease before/during/after surgery. If I were a cardiologist, and one of my patients got a serious or complicated infection, I might consult ID to get their recommendations on what antibiotic to use.
-Even if you go into a "consult heavy" field such as ID, that would not be your whole practice - you would also have your own patient base, clinic duty, inpatient attending service, etc.
-Pathology is a whole different ballgame. It is obviously centered on the understanding of disease, and on making tissue diagnosis, but it more or less doesn't involve direct patient interaction.