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The EARTH Military structure of NATURE, its components and operation - introduction

Permalink 12/17/13 21:35, by Herbzinser1, Categories: Uncategorized

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Information WAR site maps for access to several hundred  POSTS that help explain the Unified Theory of Everything (UTOE) .... which includes you, your friends, the region that you live within,  etc.   The Grand Unified Theory (GUT)  500 year project of Nature's systems from year 1453 / year 1500 makes this possible.



The SCIENCE WARS require a new VIEW new be properly understood.

As a example..the modern Margaret Mead atomic nuclear family ..... is composed of atomic humans that express atomic social anthropology and atomic economics.


Thus the 2-legged human is considered a vehicle..a messenger for the periodic atomic table government and its elements: oxygen, nitrogen, carbon, ferrous oxide,etc.


These elements express their atomic thoughts thru the atomic bio-physics computer known as HUMAN.

Thus we have EARTH LAB with experimental lab specimens (humans) engaged in various social engineering projects .... to provide empircal data to NATURE about the John Locke ....   SOCIAL    CONTRACT ....  successses or failures .....  

modern human  contact David Petraeus can help answer this.


David Petraeus
Former Director of the Central Intelligence Agency
David Howell Petraeus AO is a retired American military officer and public official.
He served as Director of the Central Intelligence Agency from September 6, 2011, until his   rearrangement  on  November 9, 2012.







The periodic atomic table government and Mother Nature are not interested in incomplete explanations put forth by year 2013 society.


Social contract - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Although the antecedents of social contract theory are found in antiquity, ... Alternatively, John Locke and Jean-Jacques Rousseau, have argued that we gain ...

Hugo Grotius (1625), Thomas Hobbes (1651), Samuel Pufendorf(1673), John Locke (1689), Jean-Jacques Rousseau (1762), andImmanuel Kant (1797) are among the most prominent of 17th- and 18th-century theorists of social contract and natural rights. Each solved the problem of political authority in a different way. Grotius posited that individual human beings had natural rights; Hobbes asserted that humans consent to abdicate their rights in favor of the absolute authority of government (whether monarchial or parliamentary); Pufendorf disputed Hobbes's equation of a state of nature with war.[3]




John Locke
Born 29 August 1632
Died 28 October 1704 (aged 72)
Essex, England
Nationality English
Era 17th-century philosophy
(Modern philosophy)
Region Western Philosophy
School British EmpiricismSocial ContractNatural Law
Main interests Metaphysics,epistemologypolitical philosophyphilosophy of mind, education,economics
Notable ideas Tabula rasa, "government with the consent of the governed", state of nature; rights of life,liberty and property
Signature John Locke Signature.svg

Social Contract Theory of John Locke - SelectedWorks - Bepress
by D Mwita - 2011 - Related articles
social contract theory of the 17th-century English philosopher,John Locke, its parameters, limitations and its essence in the contemporary world with a view as to ...




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