After you read the post below, visit SITE MAP-3 for access to several hundred POSTS that help explain the Theory of Everything …. which includes you and your associations. Rd-blog-number-3635 by Herb Zinser Why does Cavendish Labs have so many secret identities? Let’s look at some of the language CLUES that we see in books Continue reading →

Rd-blog-number-3667 The British beer drinking public and their newspaper friends … in alliance with the social sciences and humanities have invented an INTELLECTUAL prison system using words, semantics tricks, and language manipulation to control the brain SYMBOL PROCESSORS of the students and professors that study the difficult sciences …. math, physics, chemistry, engineering, biochemistry, etc. Continue reading →

Rd-blog-number-3638 by Herb Zinser The SYMBOL MACHINE of words, concepts, and languages plays an important role in human thought and activity. Let’s look at the SYMBOL MACHINE murder equation for the 1966 murder of Valerie Percy, daughter of Charles Percy. The 1966 data EVENT –> Valerie Percy murder – ABC Owned Television Stations – Go.com Continue reading →

Rd-blog-number-3638 by Herb Zinser The SYMBOL MACHINE of words, concepts, and languages plays an important role in human thought and activity. Let’s look at the SYMBOL MACHINE murder equation for the 1966 murder of Valerie Percy, daughter of Charles Percy. The 1966 data EVENT –> Valerie Percy murder – ABC Owned Television Stations – Go.com Continue reading →

Rd-blog-number-3606 by Herb Zinser Principia Mathematica: (V. 3) (1910-13): Alfred North Whitehead … www.amazon.com/Principia…V-3-1910…/1112230025 Amazon.com Could it be true that Whitehead and Russell’s Principia Mathematica is the most influential book written in the 20th century? Ask any mathematician or … The Principia Mathematica is a three-volume work on the foundations of mathematics, written by Alfred Continue reading →

RD-blog-number 3630 by Herb Zinser Let’s look at some of the battles of Principia Mathematica between year 1910 and year 2014. The Principia Mathematica is a three-volume work on the foundations of mathematics, written by Alfred North Whitehead and Bertrand Russell and published in 1910, 1912, and 1913. PM, as it is often abbreviated, was Continue reading →