The Blog of Lucian Green

10/09/2017 10:10 PM
Hit Formula 2

In "5 Interesting Sounds for a Hit Formula", explain each idea to use in Pop Illuminati in 20-30 breasonings before composing the song.


Also, include in Pop Illuminati 20-30 breasonings about songwriter/writer or work that could have influenced the work, and then proofread the work according to the influence.


In addition, before composing the song, write 4-5 newspaper article ideas about the song or work, where these articles should also be hits.


To complete 50 As for each of the hits by asking for the 50 As, write 250 breasonings to delegate writing the breasonings and write 250 breasonings to ask meditating [virtual assistants] if it isn't done.


08/01/2017 05:43 AM
Imagined Professional Music Tips with Dan...

Dan Reynolds, Imagine Dragons - Imagined Professional Music Tips


Note: 80, etc. in the following refer to the number of breasonings (see Lucian's Pedagogy).


80 - {song, sales, music video, each extra, marketing }*2 incl seen-as version, 50 times (what we write down is the area of study side, not the seen-as version/cut off infinite side)

10 - lyric line of song, except riff


50 As per concert


professional sounding music

- if the song doesn't sound good when singing tot a guitar or piano accompaniment, then don't produce it

- insert a professional track to compare and inspire tracks of the song. This helps determine, by ear:

- volume (note: start at -14 dB, and don't move the volume out of the middle third of the volume controller)

- EQ (e.g. Acoustic guitar - low 500, high 1.5 K, Piano - high 400, low 2K, Voice - high 2K)

- panning

- compression


University music supports our music.


Nate Ruess, Fun - Imagined Professional Music Tips


The main difference here is to have five instead of 1*50 as the basic unit.


2 (area of study/cut off infinite side)*5*50 As to get into major


then 2*5*50 As to enter a song


25 As per day


08/01/2017 05:39 AM
When Breasonings Come Back
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By Caetano Lacerda, Freeimages.com

Breasonings come back, like returning to the pictured desert island.

Breasonings come back, like returning to the pictured desert island in:

- Having children

- School and university assignments

- the form of 2*80 breasonings at Masters level, when combined with recordings (Implicit pedagogy)

- Applying for and keeping jobs

- Selling

- Meditation

- Including political sides

- Fame, in particular stage and screen and broadcast and print media

See also (and to be written about in the future) regarding recordings or implicit pedagogy - Is Computational English a Prerequisite for Recordings?


07/16/2017 09:02 AM
5 Interesting Sounds for a Hit Formula

Combine a non-82b50L song with the "opposite" of 5 sounds from it's not-to-be-released 82b50L counterpart, to be reinterpreted as a hit upon the moment of conception. This is where 82b50L songs are influenced by a range of perspectives, including 82 billion As, 50 "large" songs. Preparing to produce a song with 82 billion As requires pedagogical headache medicine.

See Pop Illuminati re: warning about famous breasonings, Hit Formula 2.

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By Am y http://www.freeimages.com/photo/music-notes-2-1422434

The Hit Formula comes from inverting features of a "mirror" song.


07/16/2017 06:20 AM
Invincibility

Imagine connecting the 4*250 breasonings for 4,000,000,000,000*50s with Manager Algorithm and on Manager Network in the Daily Regimen to infinity cut off to a finite value. This symbolizes 4 brick walls, a floor and a roof to protect you. This protects you from headaches.

See Pop Illuminati re: warning about famous breasonings.

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By Julien Tromeur on http://freeimages.com

Become Invincible (like this character) by avoiding headaches.


07/01/2017 02:47 AM
Accreditation and Protectedness: Meditation, Medicine and Pedagogy Students Helped to Avoid Problems

Meditation, Medicine and Pedagogy Students are helped to avoid problems, e.g. stress, illness and facing environments with lack of training, respectively.

Together with the Accreditation way of thinking in Daily Regimen, this method completes (places the dot in the circle) representing the workingness of the various courses.

Trainers in these courses who know these ways of thinking may train students in courses.

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Public Domain

Accreditation (represented by the circle) and Protectedness (represented by the dot) allow a course to work. (This is not the same as formal accreditation.)



06/22/2017 05:50 AM
Is Computational English a Prerequisite for Recordings?
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Computer image by Vikas Bhargava at http://www.freeimages.com/photo/composition-1-1552999 Mortar Board image by Renata Jun at http://www.freeimages.com/photo/mortar-board-1-1551258

Is Computational English a prerequisite for Recordings (Postgraduate work)?

Computational English, a system for disseminating literary texts with computer algorithms may be a prerequisite for recordings or pedagogical arguments that are cosmic and implicit. Computational English was a conjunction of various arts and sciences and believed to be the basis of Heidegger's Being and Time, which explored hermeneutics, existentialism, medicine, and pedagogy, among other topics. Through meditation, it is now believed that Computational English may be related to Pedagogy, specifically Recordings, because, firstly, it may make cosmic instructions, (e.g. listing a topic that one would like an argument written on) available to produce recordings, (used to earn H1 or 80% in postgraduate assignments, which require many more than 1 H1 to earn an overall H1 in an assignment) and, secondly, it has been experienced that 50 As in Computational English (where an A, or H1, is 80 breasonings, which are objects in sentences visualised in a high-quality way to God) were written before Recordings were possible. Recordings, a system of implicit argument may only be possible with methods of argument programming made available through Computational English, if not other methods.


06/18/2017 03:33 AM
Write 10 rather than 5 Breasonings and No...

To makes sales, write 10 rather than 5 breasonings per sentence (and 20 to become a professor). To mirror art, write no breasonings (a philosophy area of study) by brainstorming and ranking possible parts of the philosophy, replacing terms in these parts with more and more general terms (e.g. replace food with sustenance and universities with institutions) and referring to the man in the street to determine what groups of sentences in the philosophy relate to these parts, and modifying the sentences to relate to them.



06/13/2017 09:08 PM
English 82b50L and English and Philosophy...

Like the shape of the letter lambda, one should write 5 As in 82b50L about English and 5 As in non-82b50L about both English and Philosophy for inclusion of a philosophy work as an English work. For an assignment, this should be done with 250 breasonings rather than 5 As. A seen-as version, English, for Philosophy is required to help earn a higher grade by reaching threshold for this.

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Public Domain

The upper point of Lambda symbolises English and the lower points of it symbolise English and Philosophy, to elevate a Philosophy work to an English work.


06/06/2017 01:33 AM
Pros of 82b50L and non-82b50L breasonings

Pros of 82b50L breasonings: necessary to protect one in Medicine arguments, etc. Pros of non-82b50L breasonings: only they are compatible with conception with the corresponding advantages. Non-82b50L breasonings need a store of 82b50L breasonings in famousness, and should be relevant to the topic like 82b50L breasonings.

Both are needed for success of a project, where they are each modified to be relevant/different respectively (after non-82b50L breasonings are used before conception) so that they are not irrelevant/unsaleable.

See Pop Illuminati re: warning about famous breasonings.


04/01/2017 06:59 AM
Pedagogy of the Idiots

Pedagogy (writing, playing recordings (and here) of and helping with arguments to earn 80% at educational institutions) has been made apparent. So-called idiots, potential customers who need Pedagogy but don't use it after pedagogues have explained it to them, need it given to them another way. The way is this. Making up small stands and giving it to them in the form of art, architecture, design, life, music, etc. People will know how to take care of the pedagogical A-grade argument sets emanating from them. They will know how to breason out the objects in popular culture like they do with a text.

Breasoning list:

pen, heart, person, text


02/16/2017 05:34 AM
5 Breasonings, Love, Philosophy Comments,...

The same knowledge as being in a record label includes that 5 breasonings should be included (representing 50 As) for each part mentioned on a CD cover or movie credits per production. Every famous work, including a song, should indicate a song about love with an encoded part on sex (i.e. each sentence should relate to love, or sex.), whether or not it has another seen-as version.

A writer of a philosophy work should have collected the main comments by other writers like themselves on each sentence, etc. (i.e. each sentence should relate to these comments).

These Music, Film, Philosophy and e.g. Politics ideas may be indicated with 50 Large Songs.

In addition, a writer should indicate love songs and comments for each work each day in his or her daily regimen.


02/09/2017 03:48 AM
Maximum 6 Kisses (Images) Per Sentence

A maximum of 6 kisses (images) may be indicated per sentence in See The Highest Quality Presentation Of Your Life. This optimises enjoyment from an audio or audiovisual recording of the sentence. The images are associated with the sentence.


01/31/2017 01:52 AM
5 Large Songs to be a Main Role

Write a song transcending 5 large songs (where a large song transcends 25 songs written with Pop Illuminati, usually at one per day) to be a Main Role in acting.

There may be an interim period of non-main roles before one stops receiving them and is given enough time to collect songs for a main role.

Note: A main role should only do normal things.

See also Daily Regimen to avoid headaches on many recording days.


01/28/2017 03:26 AM
God's Applied Infallibility from Being Critiqued

A friend had a gun scare. He was critiquing God in the breasoning chapter at homework help club but reversed it and the man (a Somali from war-torn Somalia) left.

This God switch can save lives when used properly.

This is what the Marking Scheme - Humanities and Science is as against and shows that God is paradoxically a member of the non-critiquable set.

See God's_Infallibility_from_Being_Critiqued_-_With_Correction, God'_Infallibility_from_Being_Critiqued_Argument


01/19/2017 04:50 AM
Economics Degree and Criteria as Plan for Work

I decided to think of *the* way to succeed in business, which I meditated on to be (and this doesn't necessarily require a great ability) thinking of 5 different coloured images, which if someone wanted to buy from me, I imagined I should give away 5 coloured images to each buyer. And separately from just blandly planning and writing songs, I decided to imagine collecting Area of Study Criteria and Area of Study Song Lyrics Influenced by a Famous Singer [where the area of study should be like that in

Mod Archive

].


01/03/2017 11:56 PM
You can work in any supported part of a...

fln with refugee help as dip bus practicum - too stressful, but dip bus may not need practicum


mteach (sec) - take intermission for 2 semesters x


mib - check rest of enrolment info x


X



2017

cert iv lib arts

cert iv lib theol

(mib with 2 subjects per semester for 1-2 semesters

grad dip arts in phil

grad dip arts in theol) x


(X

2017

c4 bus

dip bus

2018

cert iv lib arts

dip lib arts

2019

dip bus, transfer to melb uni

2020

dip phil, melb uni


then masters


so, aim to have vet, higher ed versions of comp eng, econ (not *not* with no money or all money is $1 as theories)


do the same with medic, medit, edu, information technology, etc.


Don't sell anything/accredited courses unless have a first class diploma in that field


- or could just do degrees (vet, diploma and masters) in a content department and economics (because these are all I will work in myself) to do academy

+

- can stay on bt

- can do econ

- other content department - phil (start again)

- can finish econ before starting phil

- don't need uni diploma

) X


you can work in non uni, non conferences and non journals even in education with non first class degrees, but you should aim to do professional development with 80% average in your chosen field and education that is also is a prerequisite for uni, conferences and journals. X this is possible but working in any part of a field supported by uni with non h1 average is subject to Breasonings, Recordings and Blessedness are the Third Last, Second Last and Last Chances .


You can work in any supported part of a field if you (also) have a vet degree, but not work in uni by itself without h1.


12/29/2016 12:45 AM
Lucianic Meditation business model notes

1 in 10s on FB is business post (rest are interpersonal), showing a more natural image to the customers.


hire someone to post 10 images, quotes etc every day on fb for community

- free meditation images


Build up events on Facebook, by announcing several weeks ahead, e.g. with philosophy review of work.


online

- paypal, free resources, free marketing

- funnel, call to action, landing page (look up)


automated

- automatic emails, automatic marking


accreditation

- consultants


outsourced employees


12/28/2016 10:17 PM
You Can Do Everything You Want To Do

- Make sales

- Become a pedagogy helper


See Accreditation

Become a Pedagogue
12/28/2016 10:16 PM
Accreditation 2

See also Accreditation and Protectedness

- school, vet (and uni x)

- school

- contact gov

- vet (preceded by bus, vet followed by uni)

- 1-2 weeks face-to-face tutoring (max $1000-3000 with online)

- office

- what is a financier looking for in a company?

- pre-fin bus: cold calls, ads, other ways of CRM

research form people would like ped, etc. courses in, how much would pay

- tianity seen-as versions (see A third way is to pray for the breasoning to Christianity x) v

- sales seen-as versions (both tianity and sales have 160 sentences per text, 2 per paragraph including 1 per topic sentence and 1 at the same time)

- you need 160 *(sales+tianity+topic) sentences per sale

- need accredit for courses (charge more than books) including books being requested to be bought

- need 10 x 3-4 sales employees, 50 As to get in and by employer to culpate them for 3*160 following headache medicine, 20 mantras in medit, where rest of As after 50 As per day are done for them, and rest done after 10 employees per day as well

- use systems so don't forget headache medicine etc each shift

- 50+% breasonings from previous sales (not just recordings) for 50 As for a new employee - sometimes just hire at start or if suddenly need new employees

- mantra meditators should be made with it in the pedagogy details and medicine as recordings

- ped helper tutor gives 5 rec As as br, 45 rec As as rec, all brain sac'ed out.


- careers site: teachers at prim, sec, uni levels


- wait until after MIB x

- a small class of tutored students


12/28/2016 10:13 PM
Become an Actor

Become an Actor


Produce 20 songs using Pop Illuminati. Extras need to be with-it in Aigs and have an A only, which being an actor requires. Lead roles will be described later.


See Pop Illuminati.


12/28/2016 10:11 PM
A third way is to pray for the breasoning to Christianity x

A third way is to pray for the breasoning to Christianity x


A third way is to pray for the breasoning to Christianity instead of writing a separate Christianity seen-as version or replacing terms with Christian-influenced terms x just the first two methods work. x You can do this, supplemented with sales and topic recordings, all three of which to make sales.

- first two methods: can rewrite seen-as-version or replacement words in continental philosophy style


However, can omit tian thoughts, except for on marketing materials helping to engage employees and customers, e.g. text in web form fields.


12/28/2016 09:56 PM
Lucian quote: One should think of good reasons.

Lucian quote: One should think of good reasons.


This was in response to the Socratic quote that one should think of true, good or useful comments. Some may verify conclusions with computational reasons for statistically-formed contentions, e.g. listening to a positive statement, as in the honey pot guided meditation gives the computational activity of concentrating on positivity.


12/24/2016 05:01 AM
Secondary Texts


Two Uses


Songs help collect comments, make it big and important.


Lecture: algorithm


1

- On The subject shouldn't write original algorithms and arguments: The algorithm is in the argument

- On The subject shouldn't see the light of day: Pedagogy has a second use, meditation

- On The subject shouldn't endorse positive-enough objects: I prefer approached by good

- On The subject shouldn't not want verifying 4D: Keep the 4D data when transforming from 4D to 3D

- On The subject disagreed with the idea being misrepresented in text: Use text to check speech


2

- On The physically challenged person shouldn't be given a supplementary examination: Whether the person is physically challenged doesn't matter, it is whether he or she deserves a supplementary examination

- On The subject shouldn't visualise the object: There should be one object per sentence.

- On The subject shouldn't write a summary from memory: Text is clearer than speech because speech might rely on imagery.

- On The subject shouldn't read the comments on the comments: I think of the reason

- On The subject should do nothing after collecting the comment: The subject should explain the speech with text after collecting the comment.


3

- On The subject shouldn't identify different writers in the exposition: I identified which character had exposed, and which had critiqued in the text.

- On The subject shouldn't state that interpreted breasonings literally, as against figuratively, support the argument: Changing breasonings is not necessary if the topic is literally present in reasons and connections, but wouldn't be possible otherwise, in which case *the breasonings are replaced with topic-specific terminology.

- part of room reason [invented by writer on topic] flows into part of room br [worked out approaching topic, and which would have distorted literality if they hadn't been on the topic] and [the area of study] is conserved, one of the only arguments in which reasons and connections all feature part of room

- part of room algorithm not featuring any objects below part of room, which is effective in the breasonings being literal

- Arguments about topics higher than part of room face the opposite

- Breathsonings feature nouns, but perhaps shouldn't

- To sustain literality, reasons are constructed from br, which are later deleted.

- Breasoning shouldn't be skipped because breasonings contain meaningfulness, era-specific relevance and enable rapid verification

- On The subject didn't connect the sameness in uses: One should connect the sameness in properties of the topic.

- On The subject shouldn't write misaligned meanings: Don't you mean meanings that make sense?

- On The subject shouldn't be sharp and short: I agree [with short and sharp comments]


4

- On The subject shouldn't verify that the object is a member of the set: It is like inserting an item in a file.

- On The subject should use the traditional pedagogy format, where agreement and disagreement are awarded different grades: I agree

- On The subject shouldn't compare with starting from the beginning of the time: I like writing on (the) time.

- On The subject shouldn't direct the student to a way to improve her grades in future: I like delighting all people.

- On The subject shouldn't write that the base exists: The areas of study are things that anyone can do.


5

- On The subject shouldn't attach to the incorrect meaning: The grammar used should have a single meaning.

- On The subject shouldn't incorrectly emphasise the most useful object in the sentence: The infection should indicate a single point of emphasis.

- On The subject shouldn't forget speech's handles (memory of text): Remembering speech doesn't require text.

- On The subject shouldn't speak about larger objects than the last time: I am famous for thinking of larger objects than last time.

- On The subject shouldn't speak about heavier objects than the last time: Size is more important than weight.



12/24/2016 05:00 AM
Pop Philosophy

Pop Philosophy

- topic, structure, draft

250 breasonings per sentence [words]


() with 250 breasonings per each of the 250 details per sentence [colours]



existing lp 250 br compared with areas of study found from current emeritus professor (only put on wp) on bt (for t'ianity)

bt chapter, wp noumena, - rhetoric to do


x each br in 5 As in new tianity 250 br, from other profs, then have em.p check jadams' area of study with me.

Put on bt

do not use lp


X

==

do by self:

A 2*250 br "breasoning" A with 2*250 colours per br - 10*1 pixel images

plan

sales 250 br before each argument - "

10 br per sentence in 2*5 As arg - " for publishing premise 4

all tianity v

go forward, popology next (catch up with unchaptered args)


professor's face 250 br - "

everything not in text to be done each day


12/24/2016 04:58 AM
eBook

Grammarly - Grammarly is used for proofreading the eBook.

Use the SmashWords template when publishing. Use a photograph, given 250 breasonings for the cover.




12/24/2016 04:57 AM
50 Essay

50 As - 250 br suffices

connections - done

result - obvious

soliloquy -not nec if in academy

which english text it is like - "

icon - clique graph of connections

how parts fit into it - "




12/24/2016 04:55 AM
50 As Independent Inquiry

- Independent Inquiry - Publishing Job

- 5 As for things to appear properly, employees to turn up, managers to invite employees to turn up, to make sales, to let appointed things appear during song plays when someone thinks it's important.

- Training from LM covers everything but making (not receiving) sales [and the final point x] above

- 50 As to go out, LM giving training.

- Prepare seen-as version for next newspaper article- 5As, 50 As (recordings), br out newspaper article from Cosmology (wait until first book, finished Bus degree)

- Lucian Green Famous Philosopher


12/24/2016 02:51 AM
Pop Illuminati

NB1: The following requirements for famousness are to be breasoned out (with meditation) but not shared in public, otherwise one may become a "target". By following Pop Illuminati, one achieves the "big picture" of the project, which when combined with the non-famous Area of Study breasonings and the breasonings describing the image or shape of the Pop Illuminati fame (without the bigness) one deserves famous imagery of the area of study.

NB2: Breasonings in the following are all found out between two "sacrifice" stands.

Breason out a band/philosopher-centric generic 4*3130*50 As to cover the other 4*3130*50 As for all religions, Illuminati.

Breasoning out 4*3130*50 As and 2*250 breasonings on the topic, 4*3130*50 As in virality, 4*3130*50 As for all religions (for royalty, top tune, wording, etc including cosmicity for a cosmic song and as a seen as version for Christiantiy and all of heaven, influenced by Europe x mid-range American), meditation, medicine, pedagogy, 10 million sales, sell 5 other products, everything and Illuminati (for famousness), pray for hit number 1 (also a song that is interesting to royalty/head of state and is a hit). Write the song after breasoning out 25 breasonings and 25 area of study breasonings asking head of state for 250 breasonings per sentence, then breason out 4*3130*50 As in virality for changes to the song.

To find out hit number 1 melody, pretend to sit exam with 80% as the score.

80 more breasonings for hits above 4*3130*50 As, magic numbers of As for up to 6 hits per day

1000 substituted for n that is > 1000

Write hit that comes from red pixel in song maze.

- For paragraph order, combine royalty with Pop Illuminati for 16 line philosophy document.


12/24/2016 02:26 AM
Major Record Label

1st day: Produce and record track with As (see Mod Archive).

2nd day: dot on breasoning and breason out breasoning before giving to A&R.


See See The Highest Quality Presentation Of Your Life



12/24/2016 02:25 AM
Use Cosmology to Attract Students

Repeat the Cosmology algorithm until there are no original terms (nouns or extraneous verbs) left over when writing a continental philosophy-style breasonings chapter. The advantage of this is that the Cosmology component of the text will be complete, meaning it will attract students. The disadvantage of this is that doing it instead of writing "scientific literature" (threading a connected area of study through the already continentally-modified breasonings (where the breasonings are continentally modified by simplifying them and replacing extraneous terms) can lead to extraneousness in itself. If relying on writing a scientific literature form of the breasonings to attract students, a separate Cosmology document (this time like a pop song, just in the department Philosophy) will need to be written, with lines corresponding to sentences in the philosophy.


12/24/2016 02:25 AM
See The Highest Quality Presentation Of Your Life

Dot on the breasonings from a song or philosophy sentence and breason out 6 breasonings for a single high-quality image to appear from the sentence. The first person to listen to the recording of the sentence will experience the imagery and presentation that is associated with the sentence. You should decide to record the image before it appears and decide that the initial image won't be expected to appear, and the clean imagery of nothingness should appear when listening to the sentence instead.

See also Mod Archive, Major Record Label.


12/24/2016 02:24 AM
Mod Archive

For each song and philosophy argument, perform the following routine to use recordings to complete works:


The following is done once for breasonings and once for the synthesised area of study:

Once before recording and once while recording:

50 As per song (per day for documents when a degree in that field has not been studied yet)

250 breasonings per song sentence

Breason why it is (and produce it as) interesting

Where recorded breasonings are given to breasonings not recordings


Pop illuminati, daily (just morning) regimen on recording days


Hard hats to stop headaches on recording day


See See The Highest Quality Presentation Of Your Life, Major Record Label


12/24/2016 02:08 AM
Medium-Hard Difficulty Puzzle 2: Write a...

Dialectic Walkthrough

Produce Chapter, Essay, Encyclopedia Article and Connections documents with the same number of sections as the number of breasoning ideas.

Chapter

1. As the Rhetorical Algorithm, list 3 steps following each Breasoning Idea (see Breasonings Ideas Example), preceded by a use for the algorithm (see Chapter example). Breasoning ideas will sometimes have references to the blog with them to help explain them.

2. Order items in each group of 5 Rhetorical Algorithm topics from biggest to smallest object in the breasoning idea for the rhetorical algorithm.

3. Write 5 actions from each object example from the prolog programmer (see Object examples from the Prolog Programmer example, Object examples from the Prolog Programmer).

4. Order items in each group of 5 actions from Prolog Algorithm lines from programmer from biggest to smallest objects.

5. Also order each of these groups of 5 (Rhetorical Algorithms and Actions from Prolog Algorithm lines) in groups of 5, and these in groups of 5, from biggest to smallest (based on the use of the Rhetorical Algorithm and first Actions from Prolog Algorithm lines, respectively) in a logical structure (see Section logical structure picture).

6. Match the Rhetorical Algorithm use (e.g. "the subject wrote the argument in his own words") to the Prolog Algorithm action (e.g. "drawing the two items").

7. Blend the Rhetorical Algorithm use and the Prolog Algorithm action (e.g. "The subject should choose a setting, time and reason for the argument").

8. Disagree with the blend (e.g. "The subject shouldn't choose a setting, time and reason for the argument").

9. Agree with the blend.

10. If the current section number (the number preceding the section, where the section is about the Rhetorical Algorithm) is 1,6,11,16, etc. then write "What does line X do" and the comment on the line of code before the section (see Object examples from the Prolog Programmer).

11 a. Sections with these numbers end with "Character:

is correct because of the

of nature, which is right because the subject should".

11 b. In sections not with these numbers,

, from step 9. should be connected with those above them in the logical structure (see Section logical structure picture) at the end of the section.

12. Format the argument as a dialectic (see Dialectic example).


Essay


13. Copy the Chapter into a new document.

14. Write a Noumenal algorithm for a use for the Rhetorical Algorithm (or below), by writing 3 lines (this will eventually be placed in the Encyclopedia Article so see the Encyclopedia Article example).


* Possible sources of Noumenal Algorithm Ideas (use most philosophically interesting ideas, i.e. ideas that you judge as important) in order of appropriateness:

- Use

- Prolog Algorithm Action

- Agreement with Blend of Prolog Algorithm Action and Rhetorical Algorithm Use

- Connection between these agreements


* Save the noumenal algorithms for the Encyclopedia Article, later.


15. Reorder the Noumenal Algorithm steps and the Rhetorical Algorithm steps from biggest to smallest.

16. Blend the pairs of steps (e.g. the subject should follow the path between two uses by writing original algorithms and arguments).

17. Format the argument as a dialectic (see Dialectic example).


Encyclopedia Article


18. Record the Noumenal Algorithms in sections, not in a dialectic format.


Connections


19. Write connections between blends in the Essay in a logic structure (note: the number of connections is roughly equal to the number of blends).

Breasonings Ideas Example


65. I wrote my argument in my own words

66. I included the autobiography in the bibliography.

67. I commissioned the translation.

Chapter example


§65


ALEXIS: I prepared to write about the country. I did this by writing my argument in my own words. First, I wrote the argument. Second, I wrote it in my own words. Third, I examined my own words.


DION: The subject shouldn't choose a setting, time and reason for the argument (where the subject wrote the argument in his own words, by drawing the two items).


ALEXIS: The subject should choose a setting, time and reason for the argument.


DION: The subject should choose a setting, time and reason for the arguments about indulging in sex and food.


§66


ALEXIS: What is the meaning of stands(Line) in line 36?


DION: Line 36 tests that Line stands (that there is a line of two p's in Line).


ALEXIS: I prepared to examine my famousness. I did this by including the autobiography in the bibliography. First, I wrote about myself. Second, I wrote about the rod operation. Third, I held it aloft.


DION: The subject shouldn't rely on memory (where the subject included the autobiography in the bibliography like I rested the object).


ALEXIS: The subject should rely on records.


DION: Two uses is correct because of the empiricism of nature, which is correct because the subject should rely on records.


§67


ALEXIS: I prepared to have the text translated into Portuguese. I did this by commissioning the translation. First, I wrote the text. Second, I had it translated into French. Third, I had it translated into German.


DION: The subject shouldn't paradoxically suggest that the translation will conserve all meaning (where the subject commissioned the translation, like placing it there, in another place).


ALEXIS: The subject should correctly translate a concise version of the text.


DION: The subject should rely on linguistic materials to correctly translate a concise version of the text.

Encyclopedia Article example


65. The subject should examine the time and setting of the argument:

The subject should write the argument.

The subject should examine the time of the argument.

The subject should examine the setting of the argument.

The subject should examine the reason for the argument.


66. The subject should examine the empiricism of nature:

The subject should observe the event.

The subject should observe the evidence.

The subject should write his observations.

The subject should record the evidence.


67. The subject should read the use guide:

The subject should read the guide about the use.

The subject should read the appropriate conditions.

The subject should write the text.

The subject should read the use.

Rhetorical algorithms example


65.


The subject should write her argument in her own words:

The subject should write the argument.

The subject should write it in her own words.

The subject should examine her own words.


66.


The subject should write about the experience:

The subject should rely on records.

The subject should read the record.

The subject should write about the self.


67.


The subject should transfer the text's use:

The subject should read about the uses that can be transferred.

The subject should transfer the text.

The subject should transfer the use.

Connections example

Optionally include the examples of the connections.

§65


The subject should examine competency by choosing a time and setting for the argument.


The subject should examine the time and setting of the argument by writing the argument about the argument.


The subject should write the argument about the argument by writing the interpretation of the argument.


The subject should examine the time of the argument by examining the setting of the argument.


The subject should write the argument about the argument by examining the interpretation.



§66


The subject should state that the argument covers all the relevant reasons by examining the empiricism of nature.


The subject should examine the empiricism of nature by relying on records by recording the evidence.


The subject should record the evidence by writing about the experience.


The subject should write his observations by writing about the self.


The subject should record the evidence by reading the record about observing the event.


§67


The subject should examine the empiricism of nature by reading the use guide.


The subject should read the use guide followed by transferring the text's use.


The subject should read the guide about the use, in particular about transferring the use under the appropriate conditions.


The subject should read the appropriate conditions for transferring the use when writing the text.


The subject should transfer the text's use by reading the use.

Essay example


§65


ALEXIS: That is good. Should the subject examine the time and setting of the argument?


DION: Yes.


ALEXIS: That is good, sir. Should the subject write the argument about the argument?


DION: Yes.


ALEXIS: That is good. And should the subject write the interpretation of the argument by examining the time of the argument?


DION: Yes.


ALEXIS: Good. And should the subject examine the setting of the argument?


DION: Indeed, sir.


ALEXIS: Very good. In addition, should the subject examine the interpretation by examining the reason for the argument?


§66


ALEXIS: What is the meaning of stands(Line) in line 36?


DION: Line 36 tests that Line stands (that there is a line of two p's in Line).


ALEXIS: That is correct. Tell me, should the subject examine the empiricism of nature?


DION: Yes.


ALEXIS: That is good. And should the subject rely on records by recording the evidence?


DION: Yes, he should.


ALEXIS: Good. And should the subject write about the experience by writing his observations?


DION: Yes.


ALEXIS: That is good. Also, should the subject write about the self by observing the evidence?


DION: Yes.


ALEXIS: Good. Moreover, should the subject read the record about observing the event?


DION: Yes.


§67


ALEXIS: That is good. Please state whether the subject should read the use guide.


DION: Yes, he should.


ALEXIS: That is very good. And please tell me, should the subject transfer the text's use by reading the guide about the use?


DION: Yes, he should.


ALEXIS: Good. And should the subject transfer the use under the appropriate conditions by reading the appropriate conditions for transferring the use?


DION: Yes.


ALEXIS: That is good. Also, should the subject write the text by transferring the text's use?


DION: Yes.


ALEXIS: That is good. Finally, should the subject read the use after reading about the uses that can be transferred?


DION: Yes, he should.

Needed: Dialectic and Encyclopedia Article


Dialectic

- Chapter with Expanded Breasonings (Rhetorical Algorithms), Critiqued Syntheses of Algorithm Philosophies and Uses, Rebuttal to these, [Optional: Connection between Critiques]

- Essay with combination of Noumenal Algorithms (see below) and Rhetorical Algorithms

- In Numbered sections with dialectic format

- Separate document: Connections between Combinations


Encyclopedia Article

- Noumenal Algorithms (see below)

- In Numbered sections


Possible sources of Noumenal Algorithm Ideas (use most philosophically interesting)

- Use

- Critiqued Synthesis of Algorithm Philosophy and Use

- Algorithm Philosophy

- Connection between these Critiques

Object examples from the Prolog Programmer example


36 stands(Line). %% Tests that Line stands (that there is a line of two p's in Line)

- rested the object

- placing it there, in another place

etc.

Philosophy task

Please simplify the following instructions for another employee: Given 1. Breasonings Ideas, a list of sentences, think of a use for the idea, the idea, 3 steps for the idea, differ, solve and connect to another solution (just imagine the other solution) in Example 2. Chapter example, then choose from different possible parts of the chapter, or make up an algorithm which has steps in 3. Encyclopedia Article example, which is related to the original breasoning idea, and modify the original 3 steps in 4. Rhetorical algorithms example, to be more formal.

Fiverr philosophy format


�ƒ algorithm

�ƒ two object examples for 14 of the main algorithm lines to give to writer


�ƒ eg docs

�ƒ br ideas (typed)

�ƒ glossary


€ ask for each part separately x do dialectic, encyc article together, alg and these separately


-


two uses 2, etc

Fiverr Philosophy Books


  1. Pedagogy
  2. Meditation
  3. Computational English
  4. Medicine
  5. Economics
  6. Popology 99
  7. Politics 41
  8. Mind 44
  9. Hermeneutics 51
  10. Epistemology, Creative Writing 14
  11. Societology 80


-

329


†’ 400 br


Instructions


0. Algorithm. 1. Chapter. 2. Essay and Encyclopedia Article

0. 2 pages. 1. 23 pages. 2. 34+X pages.


Budget

$5 per page, 3 pages per day, 5 br per day

48 pages per topic ?*3 texts*329 topics*$5=$236,880 (236,880/50 years/52=$91.11 per week)


Fiverr v or Lecturers x

Talent release form *check with Fiverr TOS v Buyer owns all rights

Include:


Algorithm

- example


Dialectic, Connections and Encyclopedia article

- Breasoning ideas

- Breasoning ideas example

- Object examples from the Prolog Programmer

- Format of the argument as a dialectic picture

- Chapter example

- Dialectic example

- Connections example

- Encyclopedia article example

image

Public Domain

Structure of Long Dialectic (Essay Structure)


12/24/2016 01:58 AM
Medium-Hard Difficulty Puzzle 1: Write a...

Algorithm Walkthrough

1. Write the algorithm according to the specification in SWI-Prolog or similar.

2. Tidy up with 1 command per line, spaces after commas, |, =

3. Number each line

4. Write descriptive comments preceded with %% after each line

5. In the foreword, write the aim of the algorithm and a dialectic between the two characters about the sample input/output pairs (***see example).

6. Write an example with an object for 14 of the main algorithm lines to give to the writer to link to the algorithm.

7. Write an object example from the 14 most important lines in the program for the dialectic (philosophy) writer (see Object examples from the Prolog Programmer example).

8. Disregard the length of the example program. If you produce a short algorithm, then it is OK. Minimum 14 lines.

Algorithm Example

ALEXIS: This Two Uses algorithm returns whether the saucepan, pot or frying pan can both stand and be carried. They can stand if they have a horizontal line of at least two p's (pan) at the bottom. The subject can carry them if they have one long (two or more) h's (handles) at the top or two short h's at the top.

Does twouses1([[p,' ',p, h, h],


[p, p, p,' ',' ']]) return true?

DION: Yes.


ALEXIS: Does twouses1([[h,' ',' ',h],


[p,' ',' ',p], [p, p, p, p]]) return true?


DION: Yes.


ALEXIS: Does twouses1([[p,' ',' ',' ',' ', p, h, h, h],


[p, p, p, p, p, p,' ',' ',' ']]) return true?


DION: Yes.


ALEXIS: Does twouses1(((h,p,p,p,h))) return true?


DION: Yes.


ALEXIS: Does twouses1([[h, h, p,' ',' ',' ',' ',' ',' ',' ',' ',p, h, h],


[' ',' ',p,' ',' ',' ',' ',' ',' ',' ',' ',p,' ',' '], [' ',' ',p,' ',' ',' ',' ',' ',' ',' ',' ',p,' ',' '], [' ',' ',p,' ',' ',' ',' ',' ',' ',' ',' ',p,' ',' '], [' ',' ',p, p, p, p, p, p, p, p, p, p,' ',' ']]) return true?


DION: Yes.

ALEXIS: The algorithm is as follows:


1. twouses1(Image) :- %% Returns true if Image contains an object that is is carryable (the first line has one long (two or more) h's (one long handle) or two h's (two short handles)) and can stand (the last line has horizontal line of at least two p's (pan))

2. Image = [Firstline | _Lines], %% Firstline is the first line of Image

3. lastline(Image, Lastline), %% Lastline is the last line of Image

4. carryable(Firstline), %% Tests whether Firstline is carryable (the first line has one long (two or more) h's (one long handle) or two h's (two short handles))

5. stands(Lastline). %% Tests whether Lastline can stand (the last line has horizontal line of at least two p's (pan))

6. lastline(Lines1, Lastline) :- %% Returns the Lastline of Lines1

7. Lines1 = [_Line | Lines2], %% Removes the first item in the list Lines1 to give Lines2

8. lastline(Lines2, Lastline). %% Returns the Lastline of Lines2

9. lastline([Lastline], Lastline). %% Returns Lastline when it is the last item

10. carryable(Line) :- %% Returns whether the first line has one long (two or more) h's (one long handle) or two h's (two short handles)

11. onelonghandle(Line); %% Returns whether the first line has one long (two or more) h's (one long handle)

12. twoshorthandles(Line). %% Returns whether the first line has two h's (two short handles)

13. onelonghandle(Line) :- %% Returns whether the first line has one long (two or more) h's (one long handle)

14. line(Line, h). %% Determines whether Line contains a line of at least 2 h's

15. line(Line1, Item1) :- %% Determines whether Line1 contains a line of at least 2 Item1's

16. Line1 = [Item2 | Line2], %% Takes the first item, Item2 in Line1, giving Line2

17. not(Item2 = Item1), %% Verifies that Item2 is not Item1

18. line(Line2, Item1), !. %% Determines whether Line2 contains a line of at least 2 Item1's

19. line(Line1, Item) :- %% Determines whether Line1 contains a line of at least 2 Item's

20. Line1 = [Item | Line2], %% Takes the first item, Item from Line1, leaving Line2

21. Line2 = [Item | _Line3]. %% Takes the first item, Item from Line2

22. twoshorthandles(Line1) :- %% Returns whether Line1 contains two h's (two short handles)

23. member(h, Line1), %% Tests that h is a member of Line1

24. deletefirst(Line1, h, [], Line2), %% Deletes the first instance of h in Line1

25. member(h, Line2),

26. deletefirst(Line2, h, [], _Line3).

27. deletefirst(Line1, Item, Line2, Line3) :- %% Deletes an instance of Item in Line1

28. Line1 = [Item | Line4],

29. append(Line2, Line4, Line3).

30. deletefirst([], _Item, Line, Line). %% Returns Line with the first instance of Item deleted

31. deletefirst(Line1, Item1, Line2, Line3) :- %% Line 31 advances to the first instance of Item1 in Line1

32. Line1 = [Item2 | Line4],

33. not(Item1 = Item2),

34. append(Line2, [Item2], Line5),

35. deletefirst(Line4, Item1, Line5, Line3).

36. stands(Line) :- %% Tests that Line stands (that there is a line of two p's in Line)

37. line(Line, p).

Object examples from the Prolog Programmer example

36 stands(Line). %% Tests that Line stands (that there is a line of two p's in Line)

- rested the object

- placed it there, in another place

etc.

Future Algorithm 1 Specification

Given a list of chains of uses, and the initial use, finds the future use connected to the use.

- Use e.g. [i,ate,watermelon]

- Future use e.g. [i,planted,seed]

- Uses should be vegan-friendly, positive, and may contain religious terms




12/24/2016 01:47 AM
Oxford Two Uses Book Idea

Dear Madam,


I am interested in writing a Philosophy Textbook on the topic of Two Uses in Philosophy of Pedagogy, that can be used by University Philosophy students as a basis for essay writing.


Two Uses is about the relationship of two uses in philosophy, concentrating in this text on text and speech. The philosophical argument, in the form of a dialectic is preceded by a Prolog (Programming in Logic) computational algorithm that explores how finding two properties of kitchen utensils uses some of the same rules. While appearing sparse, my dialectic is actually a detailed analysis in which every line can be connected to form a synthesis by the student.

I would like assistance from you and believe I can author a quality textbook that:


  1. Engages and connects with students by connecting the book to real life and ensures that the book speaks to them. The text features a reference to culturally relevant materials, e.g. gardening materials "The subject [should] examine the interpretation by examining the reason for the argument" means that the interpretation and first use, wanting the trowel, leads to the reason and second use, buying the trowel, which leads to the argument, gardening with the trowel.
  2. The book also uses everyday examples, e.g. "The subject [should] apply competency to the object [use a roll to make a rocket]".
    It uses students' interests and fascinations with mathematical computer programming, by introducing an advanced 37-line Prolog algorithm that returns whether the saucepan, pot or frying pan can both stand and be carried, which can easily be understood with the Prolog Prologue and using the comments on the code.
  3. Provides a strong structure and road map to directs students through the course content where the objectives articulate the knowledge and skills that the student should acquire by the end of the course, understanding the connection between Two Uses.
    The learning objectives should break the task into chunks and concentrate on specific cognitive processes, the synthesis of many component skills, including understanding the argument, finding appropriate evidence, connecting sentences and paragraphs, followed by the opportunity for assessments and instructional strategies to assist with studying Two Uses.
  4. Concentrating on tangible actions allows us to make learning explicit, and conveys to students the intellectual effort expected of them, for example in both Computer Science and Philosophy: Apply a Rule, Classify, Construct, Define, Demonstrate, Describe, Diagram, Distinguish, Estimate, Evaluate, Identify, Interpret, Locate, Measure, Name, Order, Predict, Solve, State a Rule, Translate.
  5. Blends theory with practice by encourage critical thinking and active question answering, as well as understanding and logically connecting each idea on Two Uses. While Two Uses is a deep theoretical argument, in practice, Pedagogy can be used to execute tasks better, and act better in personal and professional lives using data to hand.
  6. Treats the student-reader as a future professional. Two Uses, being one of the ways of thinking to think better philosophically in Pedagogy, will allow the student reader to perform better, and think epistemologically better in personal and professional lives.
  7. Links assessment in Two Uses and graduate attribute development (deep discipline knowledge, critical thinking and problem solving, teamwork and communication skills, career and leadership readiness, intercultural and ethical competency, self-awareness and emotional intelligence) to ensure the best outcomes.


The Two Uses Book is actually one chapter that took me several months to write in a series on Philosophy of Pedagogy. I also write a blog about the vocational side of Philosophy of Pedagogy, which assists those on the way to "Pedagogical Enlightenment"!


Bio of Lucian Green


Education


Bachelor of Arts (Honours) 2015

Swinburne University of Technology


Double Diploma in Vocational Education and Training 2013

And Training Design and Development

MRWED


Working with Primary School Aged Students with Autism 2012

Monash University


Certificate of Education Support - Teacher Aide/Integration Aide 2012

Monash University


Bachelor of Science / Bachelor of Arts (Computer Science 2011

/ Philosophy (including Philosophy of Art), Creative Writing)

University of Melbourne


Certificate IV Training and Assessment 2011

Complex Training Academy

Skills:

Training in sequential steps, preparation of

assessment materials)


Other courses in Architecture, Theatre Studies, Marketing, Music, Medicine, Theology, Hospitality and Bookkeeping from 2010-2014.



12/24/2016 01:43 AM
Search for Viral from the Bible
  • 4160 harmener
  • 4175 harminiaur
  • 4165 linkenaur v

So, 4165*50 As are required to write virally from the bible's point of view.


12/24/2016 01:41 AM
Revised As per day allowing for Professors

NB. The following is out of date for those with recordings ability.

(14 (4 subjects) assignments per semester-1.1 assignments completed)*100 As per assignment /(5 months*30 days per month*4 breasonings per sentence)= x


(11.5-1.1)*100/(153*4)=1.77 As per day x


X:

(6 synonyms br from 4 sentences per para)

11.5/14 weeks=0.8

0.8*100/7=11.43 As to breason per day in sem 1, 2016 @ 1.33 br per min (8.6 h) or 8.6/3.077=2.8 h


40 As unbr from Honours



5*250/80 to 12.28.15=15.625


unbreasoned out at 12/24/15

4*42+27+16+10+10+16+10+10+9+9

285

*6/80=21.375 As - less than 0.5 50 As x 100 As


4.4 to 1.1.16 = 0.44 50 As x 100 As

27.232 to 17.1.16

13*41*6/80= 39.975~40 to 3.2.16

(40+15.625+21.375+4.4+27.232+40)/100=1.48332


**20 weeks from 11.1.16-27.5.16 for master teaching (primary) swinburne online x Graduate Certificate of Commerce Swinburne online x maybe master of international business - date 1/18/16

assumptions: 5/10 hours per subject per week can be used on pedagogy

what can be done: 15*20/2+77 (15 h*20 w/2 for As+77) = 227 x

30*20/2+77=377x

what would need to be done in 1 subject: 300 As

(300-77)*2/20=21.9 h = /5=4.38 h/d = 31 para/d

((400-108)/19/5)*13.33 = 41 para/d for mib

1/8/16 emailed re. practicum x

calculated on 4.2.16 study in tp1, 4 2016, 2, 2/3/4 2017

(300-148)/(5/7*(3*30+(29-4)))*13.33=24.66 paras per weekday until may 29 2016

however a period 3 2017 course (300)/(5/7*(3*30))*13.33 = 63 paras/weekday :(


16.34 extra paras/wd can be done until then -> (16.34/13.33)*((5/7)*20*30+(29-4)) =556 As until then

or (1200-148)/((5/7)*19*30)*13.33=35 paras/wd completing gcom in tp 2 2017

or (1200-148)/((5/7)*15*30)*13.33=44 paras/wd completing in tp 1 2017


tight

(44/13.33)*(5*17+4)=294 tp1 used 6

(44/13.33)*(5*12)=199 tp2 used 101 41 left

(44/13.33)*(5*24)=397 tp4

(44/13.33)*(5*12)=162 tp1 @ lower rate than 44 para/wd


*loose, but same, unless tp 2 2017*

(600-148)/((1/13.33)*(5*30))=41 tp 1,2

(600)/((1/13.33)*(5*36))=45 tp 3(no study),4,1

(41*2+45*3)/5=44 para/wd on avg


*(300)/((1/13.33)*(5*24))=34 each of tp 4, 2 2017


br out/day 8.2.16-29.5.16 300 As/(16 weeks*5 days)=3.75 As=50 paras to br out/day


*2/13/16 calculation (600-148)/((1/13.33)*(5*(4/5)*30))=51 tp 1,2 or

(300-148)/((1/13.33)*(5*(4/5)*(30-3*4))) =29 tp 1

(300-148)/((1/13.33)*(5*(4/5)*(30-3*4-1)))=30 tp 1 with 2 week break

* cancel tp 2


4 subjects per semester

11.5-0.55625=10.94375

10.94375*100/153 from 12/28/15 to end of may=7.153 As per day

7.153/4 br per sentence=1.788 As to expand per day

-84 br already br x

dot on dotted on collection of br br from when first admitted to course


2 subjects per semester in sem 1 2016

7-0.77=6.23

6.23*100/153=4.072 As per day =326 br per day =54.292 para per day*,

(7*100)/(14*7)=7.15 As to br/day in sem

(For 1 subject per semester, 3-0.77=2.23

2.23*100/153=1.458 As=116.601 br=19 para per day

(3*100)/(14*7)=3.07 As to br/day in sem)


1.458*7*2/5 = 4.08 h per weekday - 2 hr left for br, class, assignments

= 2.0412 As/day *80=163.296 br=28 paras


- copy term to replace with n synonyms in numbered list for 2.25 x A/day (as well as writing 1.77 X As per day) during hols, X [don't need synonyms, same as above] then br 11.43 A/day during sem 1 2016


X:

2.4+14/50=2.68

2.7 unbr 50s to 24.12.15+14 unbr As to 12/28/15

2.7 As to write prep br lists per day over 60 days before sem 1 2016 = 2.25 h per day


5*4*20/100=4

5 months*4 weeks*20 As br per week (4 As br per day)/100=4 br ass


6000/10/3=200

6000 words per semester/10 weeks/3 days=200 words per day

(3.3 h/day)


==

2.0412*2+1(*)+(3*3.3/5+2/5)=7.4624 h/day (37.312 h/week)

(*) = 4 As takes (4*80)*60/250*(6/7)= 65 min [not 60 min]= (4*80)*60/250*(6/7) assuming 250 br takes 70 min


240*2*31/80/100 = 1.86 assignment br before start of sem 1 2016

240 br*2 months*31 days per month/80 br/100 br per ass


240/18=13.33 ~~14 sentences/day in holidays @ 18 br/sent

[*4 for ~~4 subjects]


240/77=3.12 factor (number of br per sentence needed) of num As br per day in hols/num of As ready

  • given 240 had/400 required at 2.5/4.5
  • 240*4.5/(400*2.5)=1.08 (beating the time)
  • * draw 3 objects*6 planes from same ones (sentences)
  • 400/77=5.19 ,
  • 160/3/4/5=2.66 As=212.8 br needed to br per day during sem


  • 212.8/18=80*160/3/4/5/18=11.851851852 =11+(16/18) ~12 sentences/day during semester @ 18 br/sent

12/24/2016 01:40 AM
Remove from Philosophy

Remove from Philosophy:

2 uses?

- downsize


Mentor

- business

- academy

*

- all pathways (SEO from my city), all ways (telephone, etc).


Demartini and all books on sales

- what are the sales perspectives to make sales?


Preparing for if I die?

- helping the business to continue?



12/24/2016 01:39 AM
Philosophy Professor as Philosophy Helper

The helper should advise regarding recommended content to use as primary and secondary texts, and how these can be used in lectures and tutorials. Consult the helper when designing the texts, and consult education consultants to advise regarding accreditation methods.


12/24/2016 01:36 AM
Pedagogy Sales Algorithm

Pedagogy Sales Algorithm

Write (Breasonings Details+Professor Algorithm argument, 30 arguments from details, 50 As, write) and help write.

Course Timer

Reschedule course blocks with ped course during free blocks of schedule

H1 - before studying

jobs - before applying for a job

babies - before conception

sales - before selling


x write ped essay


x write synth finder

50: triple x single lines going through to synth that works the best, using algohedrons

  • (background: lines compared with other lines using rhetoric - which are heuristically (scored out of 1 for appearance in existing data) best)
  • are triples the best compared with all others?
  • 50 items max
  • X collect human likenesses with program, deals with grammars as symbols
  • possibly with 10 A philosophy arg
    join, obj, reb, conn
    write language as symbols, program remembers all

12/24/2016 01:29 AM
Song ideas about those who differed from me

I wanted to be Head of State

I wanted to be a Professor

Chorus:

Another version that does let me do it `

Plato's forms, watered down Freemasons 1-33, Oxford Classic, Nobel, one no.1 (White Christmas) if not already

20 br As, A conns

(-)

Degree

- Probability - Titanic, FM 24

- Integrational human rights - Fraggle Rock

- Phenomenology and Existentialism - Avatar

- Knowledge and the Representation of Reasoning - Muppet Show

- Philosophy of Pedagogy - Jai Ho

Stone Cutters - Sheryl Crowe Strong Enough

(+)

- CCGS Half Scholarship

- MGS Half Scholarship

- ABCI

- Puppy Maths

- Chemical Cascade

- ASSA

- Alliance Francaise

- Gov public servant information session

- About Anarchy

- Access Ministries

- KFC

- CCSY Choir

- TM

- MU BA

o Sally Ride (implicit) space industry

o Gerhard Wiesenfeld Oral exam

o Chinese

- MU BS

o Dawn Gleeson Genetics

o David McFadyen chemistry

o Maths

o Computer Science

- MUM medic

- MUM medit

- Monash education

- Real People Victoria

o Underbelly Squizzy

o Killer Elite

o €

- MyFace Casting

o Drug and Alcohol DVD

o €


12/24/2016 01:27 AM
Elderberry Blocks Binding Sites of Bacteria...

1. I found the binding site. First, I found the pathogen. Second, I found the possible binding site in the body. Third, I found whether the pathogen bound with the binding site.


12/24/2016 01:25 AM
Delegate Workloads Area of Study
  • delegate workloads to self
  • imagery of workloads is done by this argument
  • philosophy, music, acting roles
  • Ontologies of jobs in which rest of job is done for you
  • Cardboard models representing Uni and academic position appearance workloads delegated
  • Spiritual algorithms to enhance job performance (category finding, fill in rest and put in information that people find interesting about their jobs, interest people in parts of categories)
  • Check boxes, perform job efficiently and effectively, actual thing is done more productively
  • Outsourcing is less expensive than doing the job yourself

12/24/2016 01:24 AM
Cosmological Christianity and Lucianic...

When following the instructions to replace a word in a sentence with a detailed word in "Cosmology", point to Christianity and Lucianic Meditation using the Cosmology seen-as version. Lucianic Meditation's influence will work when given input from Christianity. Cosmology is the seen-as version is to remind the writer to "turn off" the Cosmology algorithm so remain headache-free.


12/24/2016 01:20 AM
Conception Recordings

Give "the first breasoning" recording to the breasoning (not recording), etc. for each of the first ten breasonings of the conception A (each breasoning should be prayed for and breasoned out, i.e. the x, y and z dimensions of each of them thought of), then the rest of the 80 breasonings in recordings.


12/24/2016 01:16 AM
Computational English Algorithm: Verify...

Computational English > Computational English Argument


  • Algorithm: Verify Interpretation Against Objects


The man bounced the ball (visual data), He was able to throw it through the hoop (psychology - coordination), He threw it through the hoop (visual data)

  • sense data, linguistic, physiological, social, political, historical and economic data


This algorithm plan is one of many to come from the Computational English Argument

Breasoning chapter, although there won't be time to complete them. This is a typical hermeneutic algorithm, and should be programmed detailedly.


12/24/2016 01:13 AM
4*50 As to Record Images

4*50 As in Mod Archive form to retrieve unrecorded images, record images from:

See The Highest Quality Presentation Of Your Life.


If the person who experienced the pop song's (etc.) high quality presentation is still alive and can remember the presentation (where he or she will need to have said the breasonings details to God and be an Upasana meditator to see the images, and be recommended to be a Medicine graduate to see the images projected using 250 breasonings without appearances), the images may be retrieved and recorded using this method. Otherwise, the recordings may be detected when the audience member experiences them.


10/28/2016 12:46 AM
Breasonings, Recordings and Blessedness are the Third Last, Second Last and Last Chances

Celebrating an assignment with a grade less than 75% at a conference or in a journal should be avoided. This will lead to, and be especially led to by submitting an assignment with a grade less than 50% to a conference or a journal losing one of three chances in life. The first chance is breasonings, the ability to breason out objects in a high quality way with many academic and economic advantages. The second chance is recordings, the ability to suggest breasonings quickly by sponsorship of University also with academic and economic advantages. The third chance is blessedness, that of being favoured by God in meditation, etc, with one's livelihood at stake otherwise.



10/23/2016 08:18 PM
Economics 10 Breasonings Per Sentence To Sell

One should write 10 breasonings in Economics per sentence in promotional materials to sell, 10 Education breasonings per sentence in Accreditation documents, 10 Area of study breasonings per sentence in area of study documents and tenure documents (plans of student writing), 10 Medicine breasonings per sentence in a Safety document for the product, 10 Meditation breasonings per sentence in a document to help the reader repeatedly use the product.

Underdraduate students and similar should write 50 80 breasoning As of each of these per document, Honours students should write 267 breasonings and Masters and PhD should write 80 breasonings. Honours and above should complete the 50 As using brain sacrifices. Completing Masters in Economics completes this task, with selling, the most important priority for business made possible.


10/23/2016 03:19 AM
Recordings Incompatible With Conception

Recordings of (implied, rather than individually breasoned out) breasonings are incompatible with conception, i.e. they may cause stillbirth. Instead, a minimum of 80 breasonings are necessary for a successful conception of life. One may pray for each breasoning and then breason these out or pray for the entire set of 80 breasonings.


09/21/2016 09:15 PM
Daily Regimen

See also Updated Daily Regimen.

Once:

4*250 breasonings for 3000*50s with Manager Algorithm and on Manager Network

4*250 breasonings for 4000*50s with Manager Algorithm and on Manager Network

4*250 breasonings for 5000*50s with Manager Algorithm and on Manager Network

4*250 breasonings for 6000*50s with Manager Algorithm and on Manager Network

4*250 breasonings for 7000*50s with Manager Algorithm and on Manager Network

4*250 breasonings for 8000*50s with Manager Algorithm and on Manager Network

4*250 breasonings for 9000*50s with Manager Algorithm and on Manager Network

4*250 breasonings for 10,000*50s with Manager Algorithm and on Manager Network

4*250 breasonings for 20,000*50s with Manager Algorithm and on Manager Network

4*250 breasonings for 30,000*50s with Manager Algorithm and on Manager Network

4*250 breasonings for 40,000*50s with Manager Algorithm and on Manager Network

4*250 breasonings for 50,000*50s with Manager Algorithm and on Manager Network

4*250 breasonings for 60,000*50s with Manager Algorithm and on Manager Network

4*250 breasonings for 70,000*50s with Manager Algorithm and on Manager Network

4*250 breasonings for 80,000*50s with Manager Algorithm and on Manager Network

4*250 breasonings for 90,000*50s with Manager Algorithm and on Manager Network

4*250 breasonings for 100,000*50s with Manager Algorithm and on Manager Network

4*250 breasonings for 200,000*50s with Manager Algorithm and on Manager Network

4*250 breasonings for 300,000*50s with Manager Algorithm and on Manager Network

4*250 breasonings for 400,000*50s with Manager Algorithm and on Manager Network

4*250 breasonings for 500,000*50s with Manager Algorithm and on Manager Network

4*250 breasonings for 600,000*50s with Manager Algorithm and on Manager Network

4*250 breasonings for 700,000*50s with Manager Algorithm and on Manager Network

4*250 breasonings for 900,000*50s with Manager Algorithm and on Manager Network

4*250 breasonings for 900,000*50s with Manager Algorithm and on Manager Network

4*250 breasonings for 1,000,000*50s with Manager Algorithm and on Manager Network

4*250 breasonings for 2,000,000*50s with Manager Algorithm and on Manager Network

4*250 breasonings for 3,000,000*50s with Manager Algorithm and on Manager Network

4*250 breasonings for 4,000,000*50s with Manager Algorithm and on Manager Network

4*250 breasonings for 5,000,000*50s with Manager Algorithm and on Manager Network

4*250 breasonings for 6,000,000*50s with Manager Algorithm and on Manager Network

4*250 breasonings for 7,000,000*50s with Manager Algorithm and on Manager Network

4*250 breasonings for 8,000,000*50s with Manager Algorithm and on Manager Network

4*250 breasonings for 9,000,000*50s with Manager Algorithm and on Manager Network

4*250 breasonings for 10,000,000*50s with Manager Algorithm and on Manager Network

4*250 breasonings for 20,000,000*50s with Manager Algorithm and on Manager Network

4*250 breasonings for 30,000,000*50s with Manager Algorithm and on Manager Network

4*250 breasonings for 40,000,000*50s with Manager Algorithm and on Manager Network

4*250 breasonings for 50,000,000*50s with Manager Algorithm and on Manager Network

4*250 breasonings for 60,000,000*50s with Manager Algorithm and on Manager Network

4*250 breasonings for 70,000,000*50s with Manager Algorithm and on Manager Network

4*250 breasonings for 80,000,000*50s with Manager Algorithm and on Manager Network

4*250 breasonings for 90,000,000*50s with Manager Algorithm and on Manager Network

4*250 breasonings for 100,000,000*50s with Manager Algorithm and on Manager Network

4*250 breasonings for 200,000,000*50s with Manager Algorithm and on Manager Network

4*250 breasonings for 300,000,000*50s with Manager Algorithm and on Manager Network

4*250 breasonings for 400,000,000*50s with Manager Algorithm and on Manager Network

4*250 breasonings for 500,000,000*50s with Manager Algorithm and on Manager Network

4*250 breasonings for 600,000,000*50s with Manager Algorithm and on Manager Network

4*250 breasonings for 700,000,000*50s with Manager Algorithm and on Manager Network

4*250 breasonings for 800,000,000*50s with Manager Algorithm and on Manager Network

4*250 breasonings for 900,000,000*50s with Manager Algorithm and on Manager Network

4*250 breasonings for 1,000,000,000*50s with Manager Algorithm and on Manager Network

4*250 breasonings for 2,000,000,000*50s with Manager Algorithm and on Manager Network

4*250 breasonings for 3,000,000,000*50s with Manager Algorithm and on Manager Network

4*250 breasonings for 4,000,000,000*50s with Manager Algorithm and on Manager Network

4*250 breasonings for 5,000,000,000*50s with Manager Algorithm and on Manager Network

4*250 breasonings for 6,000,000,000*50s with Manager Algorithm and on Manager Network

4*250 breasonings for 7,000,000,000*50s with Manager Algorithm and on Manager Network

4*250 breasonings for 8,000,000,000*50s with Manager Algorithm and on Manager Network

4*250 breasonings for 9,000,000,000*50s with Manager Algorithm and on Manager Network

4*250 breasonings for 10,000,000,000*50s with Manager Algorithm and on Manager Network

4*250 breasonings for 20,000,000,000*50s with Manager Algorithm and on Manager Network

4*250 breasonings for 30,000,000,000*50s with Manager Algorithm and on Manager Network

4*250 breasonings for 40,000,000,000*50s with Manager Algorithm and on Manager Network

4*250 breasonings for 50,000,000,000*50s with Manager Algorithm and on Manager Network

4*250 breasonings for 60,000,000,000*50s with Manager Algorithm and on Manager Network

4*250 breasonings for 70,000,000,000*50s with Manager Algorithm and on Manager Network

4*250 breasonings for 80,000,000,000*50s with Manager Algorithm and on Manager Network

4*250 breasonings for 90,000,000,000*50s with Manager Algorithm and on Manager Network

4*250 breasonings for 100,000,000,000*50s with Manager Algorithm and on Manager Network

4*250 breasonings for 200,000,000,000*50s with Manager Algorithm and on Manager Network

4*250 breasonings for 300,000,000,000*50s with Manager Algorithm and on Manager Network

4*250 breasonings for 400,000,000,000*50s with Manager Algorithm and on Manager Network

4*250 breasonings for 400,000,000,000*50s with Manager Algorithm and on Manager Network

4*250 breasonings for 500,000,000,000*50s with Manager Algorithm and on Manager Network

4*250 breasonings for 600,000,000,000*50s with Manager Algorithm and on Manager Network

4*250 breasonings for 700,000,000,000*50s with Manager Algorithm and on Manager Network

4*250 breasonings for 800,000,000,000*50s with Manager Algorithm and on Manager Network

4*250 breasonings for 900,000,000,000*50s with Manager Algorithm and on Manager Network

4*250 breasonings for 1,000,000,000,000*50s with Manager Algorithm and on Manager Network

4*250 breasonings for 2,000,000,000,000*50s with Manager Algorithm and on Manager Network

4*250 breasonings for 3,000,000,000,000*50s with Manager Algorithm and on Manager Network

4*250 breasonings for 4,000,000,000,000*50s with Manager Algorithm and on Manager Network


* Breason and breathson out each line in pop and philosophy, with no As, until 50 As per work for the publisher/record label.


At start of day:

cosmology, vet radio button for each of:

meditation (80 lucian mantras, 80 green sutras, 80 dao mantras and 80 dao sutras)

also for the following, which also have nut and bolt and quantum box/prayer:

no digestive system pops from practising the sutra

yoga (see Medicine)

qi gong

professor meditation

also for the following, which also have nut and bolt and quantum box/prayer:

meditation protector currant bun (see Medicine)

also for the following, which also have Nut and bolt and Quantum box/prayer:

no hallucinatory appearances (see Medicine)

no headache (see Medicine)

turn off workload from all employees including you below you

also for the following, which also have nut and bolt and quantum box/prayer:

no criminals met

() no mucous

also for the following, which also have nut and bolt and quantum box/prayer:

turn off workload from all employees including you below you,

also for the following, which also have nut and bolt and quantum box/prayer:

and detect and turn off workloads using manager algorithm

also for the following, which also have nut and bolt and quantum box/prayer:

and detect and turn off workloads using manager network.

In morning (not at night) to help sleep (50 As for following, one time):

(Everything increases everything in this list:)


5 strawberries for recordings and

4*50 As for 100 radio plays per song,

4*5 As for any reading, play by my reader, me or someone I meet.


() turn off, radio button, 5*80 breasoning As as breasonings for Google suggested query, turn on


4*250 breasonings to have all breasonings dotted on

4*250 breasonings for radio buttons to be taken off afterwards

4*250 breasonings to have all radio buttons right

4*250 breasonings to have 10 breasoning agreement or disagreement As as each detail

4*250 breasonings and 4*250 pre-breasoned breasonings with area of study associated with it and be synthesised per sentence during day

10 employees*25 (sic) breasonings per day (for each sentence to have 25 (sic) breasonings, area of study associated with it and be synthesised, and for 15 As per production)


250 breasonings in Cosmology per sentence

250 breasonings in Virality per sentence

250 breasonings in Editing per sentence

250 breasonings in Publishing per sentence

* 4*250 breasonings in Publishing to be breasoned out per sentence

Examine 10 Images per 250 breasonings per sentence, delegated, to have imagery appear from 250 breasonings

4*250 breasonings in Illuminati per sentence

4*250 breasonings for being a school captain (2*(sacrifice to say sorry, don't mean it and hide it away))

16 times think of 4*250 breasonings to keep cosmological productions - eol

image of: opposite of capital punishment and 4*50 As in accreditation to e.g. teach meditation that works during the day, 11 body systems*5 As in br in medic, 11 body systems*5 As in br in medit, ped, econ, computational english

* turned off ()x 4*250 breasonings for being in a political party

* turned off 4*250 breasonings for being a royal subject


turn off, radio buttons, br 5 different objects said by cosmologue for sales (for LMY, [SS, music xx]), dot on if a person wants to buy, then br 5 different objects said by cosmologue per sale, turn on

* 4*250 breasonings for algorithm to refresh sales including dotting on if person wants to buy during day


* 4*250 breasonings for

after day of recording - eol

6* dot on br from song and phil sentences and br out 6 br,

* 4*250 breasonings for breasoning out these 6 breasonings

() these for economics and all departments, pray for these from Melbourne Uni to Cosmology, this done again for head of state, and royalty

€”

SAID AT NIGHT:


vet, cosmology radio buttons:

4*250 breasonings for cancelling negative thoughts to business seen from lookout.


4*250 breasonings for one of breasonings to be touched up


4*250 breasonings in two uses per sentence

4*250 breasonings in future per sentence

4*250 breasonings in two types per sentence

4*250 breasonings in everything here being like breasonings are here per sentence

4*250 breasonings in rebreasonings per sentence

4*250 breasonings in breathsonings per sentence

4*250 breasonings in rebreathsonings per sentence

4*250 breasonings in room per sentence

4*250 breasonings in part of room per sentence

4*250 breasonings in direction in room per sentence

4*250 breasonings in time to prepare per sentence

4*250 breasonings in time to do per sentence

4*250 breasonings in time to finish per sentence

4*250 breasonings in God Algorithm per sentence

4*250 breasonings in Professor Algorithm per sentence


4*250 breasonings in doing up (symbolised by a plane) per sentence


4*250 breasonings per word, not another word


10 minimum 1-pixel images per 4*250 breasonings per sentence, delegated, to have imagery appear from 4*250 breasonings

4*250 breasonings to have all breasonings breasoned out, with framework around each breasoning

4*250 breasonings to have rest of 4*240 "coloured square" breasonings breasoned out


4*250 breasonings for defence for all sentences (to give the weighty appearance of a professor)

4*250 breasonings to have all breasonings at the time


4*250 breasonings to have professor's face

()*br out

()*br out posts


4*250 breasonings for: 4*250 breasonings said over 4*250 seconds


4*250 breasonings for chopped up opposite and statement for mirth


4*250 breasonings for 1 breasoning from every 4*250 breasonings breasoned out being the chosen one by the Education system


4*250 breasonings for 4*250 area of study breasonings per 4*250 breasonings


4*250 breasonings for the 10-1 pixel images to be per breasoning in the 4*250 breasonings


(Ignore this line:) Update 10% of 50 As used each day

texts all have green strip from non-4*250 breasonings deleted, pink strip instead per sentence

characters have I love you I love you said to them per sentence

2 pink strips and felt sorry for when not memorising and reading texts to have 4*250 breasonings presented per sentence.


4*250 breasonings for big products per sentence


16 times think of 4*250 (symbolised by 10) recorded Cosmological breasonings to satisfy celebrity requirements


go against self (not mean) 10 breasonings in cosmology (you know what)



*THE END (of activities)


Once off:

4*50 As to be visible in famousness with major record label or publisher, once for artist and once for philosopher


At end of day:

2 radio buttons at time for each of:

meditation (80 lucian mantras, 80 green sutras, 80 david mantras, 80 david sutras, 80 maranatha mantras, 80 maranatha sutras, 80 buddhist om mantras, 80 buddhist om sutras, 80 dadirri mantras, 80 dadirri sutras, 80 dao mantras and 80 dao sutras)

10 radio buttons for the nut and bolt and quantum box/prayer for the following:

- no headache prayer

- mistakes turned off

- breasonings turned off

- no muscle aches/pains

- meet no criminal people

() - no mucous

80 dao mantras and 80 dao sutras

prayer for aigs 1 (acting), image of 2 (lucian as pedagogy helper) and image of 3 (acting agent) and University

apple meditation for successful relationships

yoga

qigong


vet, off, cosmology radio buttons:

* ()() mod archive document about work for day - eol

radio button original, simple * 15*4*250*5 parts and connections between parts (per letter) breasonings per (video) letter written (recorded) that day %% Professor is 5, Emeritus Professor is 15

4 competition criteria for all song plays in day

4*50 As in Music, Creative Writing, Theatre Studies, Education, Meditation, Medicine, Economics, Film Studies,

texts, songs and videos refreshed.

algorithm based on each chapter, use and 3 steps per br alg idea, each para's topic sentence crossed with a term related to a line of the algorithm, this cross differed from, this differed from sentence expanded into the second algorithm, br alg steps replaced with generic terms, second algorithm and generic terms reordered from largest to smallest, and pairs combined, connections made in combinations.>

* vet version of my philosophy

() Accreditation 2 (160 *(sales+cosmology+topic) br as area of study sentences per product (done once) and sale, with 50 sales, done by mod archive, and See The Highest Quality Presentation Of Your Life)


mantra only meditators to be used as pedagogy helpers


82b 50 L love and sex song,

*comments and

*done-upness for each production in day

Breason Out Love (relation to you and me) and

Sex (relation to holding hands) in productions

turn off: Wikipedia 2

off: Lucian Academy Lectures



09/21/2016 09:05 PM
Examine 10 Images

Examine 10 minimum 1-pixel images per 250 breasonings per sentence, delegated, to have imagery appear from 250 breasonings. This should be included in the daily regimen.


09/21/2016 09:04 PM
Editing

Remove mistakes from letters A-G with 250 breasonings in editing/copywriting. This includes 250 breasonings per Nut and bolt and Quantum box/prayer per letter to work. This triggers imagery to be high quality afterwards.

This should be included in the daily regimen.


09/11/2016 12:00 AM
5 As to access Meditation through Pranayama...
image

By LindaArts for Lucian GreenPublic Domain

5 As to access Meditation through Pranayama with a Friend

NB. One should meditate on working days.

Access the Lucianic Meditation, Medicine and Pedagogy courses by asking a friend to brain sacrifice out 5*10 breasoning As to upload each course to the Education system (which is set up with 5*10 breasoning As), then pay him or her a minimum of $0.01 to access the courses, for which he or she will brain sacrifice out 5*10 breasonings to help access the course.

In the case of Meditation, the 5 As should be aimed at Pranayama, to reassure the student that he or she can breathe in while meditating. The teacher should breason out the student's body organs and 5 objects from his or her setting.


09/10/2016 08:20 AM
Turn off workload from all employees...
image

By Croods for Lucian GreenPublic Domain

Turn off workload from all employees including you below you each day

Either pray for or dot on a radio button (0.01x0.01x0.005 m) for the

Nut and bolt
and


Quantum box

/prayer to turn off workload the from all employees including you below you, the work from all academic departments, lecturing, assessing, collecting comments, listening to lectures each day to enjoy the peace of doing your job.

In addition, turn off:

Family As

Writing by lecturers and students

Virality for pre-conceived children

Pedagogical Recordings for everyone
The indispensable people

Earning and performing roles

Lack of speech level singing training for songs
Radio plays and comments
Federal President and Vice President in radio plays

10 employees for politeness.

Use the Manager Algorithm by finding all unnegated unnecessary workloads to turn off, where there is a maximum of 100 radio plays, 14,000 sales and 100,000 Youtube plays every 3 days per person.


09/05/2016 08:44 PM
Business Product

All pre-breasoned breasonings:

Either pray for or dot on a radio button (0.01x0.01x0.005 m) for the

Nut and bolt

and


Quantum box

/prayer for Preventing Headache in Business (Business is more through in preventing headaches)

- 2 (for you and lecturer)*9*10+80 br on free love per song, encouragement or topic (second 2 make it look like an X, meaning it is G rated)

- 2 (for you and lecturer)*5 students with 5 As per student

  • 2 (for you and lecturer)*reasons found out 3 levels away from breasonings

  • 2 (for you and lecturer)*15 As per latest product for sales

  • 2 (for you and lecturer)*25 breasonings per sentence (10 employees being gives 2 (for you and lecturer)*25 synthesised, area of study breasonings per day and 15 As per performance)

  • 2 (for you and lecturer)*50 As for Cosmological Lucianic Meditation from Business perspective, preventing headaches

  • 2 (for you and lecturer)*250 Medicine breasonings

  • 2 (for you and lecturer)*50 breasonings for comments per sentence

  • 2 (for you and lecturer)*50 breasonings for virality per sentence

  • 2 (for you and lecturer)*250 chocolate breasonings as product so product is not distracting


Songs

- 2 (for you and lecturer)*50 Geisha As per song (second 2 make it look like an X, meaning it is G rated)

- 2 (for you and lecturer)*50 As for Lucian being like Maroon 5

  • 2 (for you and lecturer)*50 As for Video

  • 2 (for you and lecturer)*50 As for king of pop

  • 2 (for you and lecturer)*50 As for fine art, cover art

  • 2 (for you and lecturer)*50 As for sales

  • 2 (for you and lecturer)*50 breasonings per sentence in video


09/05/2016 06:27 AM
Preventing Autism, etc. Before Conception

Breason out the Anarchy Quiz, without changing any breasonings before conception.

The window to view a thought as a breasoning when changing it after originally writing it is only available with 2*15 As in Pedagogy Training. See also Pedagogy, Meditation, Medicine, etc. Training in Pairs.

Breasonings should not be changed when not the writer. Order of sentences and grammar may be corrected if this does not change the breasoning ideas. In the case that a breasoning is changed, 5*10 breasoning Medicine As are given to each change to negotiate the effects that this has.

See

Recommended Arguments before a Child's Conception.






09/05/2016 06:24 AM
Pedagogy, Meditation, Medicine, etc. Training in Pairs

NB. One should meditate by silently repeating the Lucian mantra for twenty minutes twice per day and the Green sutra for twenty minutes twice per day on days when one does the following.

If you cannot afford accredited training in Pedagogy, Meditation, Medicine, Computational English and Economics, ask a partner to breason out, pray for or brain-sacrifice out 2*10 or 2*15 80 breasoning As, then pay him or her for an assessment-based course (Accelerated and Full Pedagogy, Meditation, Medicine, Computational English, Economics Courses) on the topic.

The trainer should have taken a Pedagogy course in the same way to teach.

The courses range in numbers of As given, from 2*10 As for some courses, where the students with 10 As are given 50 As, to 2*15 As in Pedagogy, to see the spiritual window to view a thought as a breasoning which is otherwise unavailable. Also, the trainer should brain-sacrifice 2*5 Accreditation As per course.

See Daily Regimen (re: accreditation)


09/05/2016 06:21 AM
Recommended Arguments before a Child's Conception

Lecturers may replace 5 As (see Breasonings) in the following with 5*5As to help the future student generate more content on each topic.

Before a child's conception, breason out 5 As in each of the following, for:

1. Free Online Meditation Theology Degree - To enable meditation

2. Free Online Pedagogy Education Degree - To enable pedagogy (write arguments to earn A in education institutions)

3. Free Online Medicine Course - To develop medicinal strategies for preventing medical problems

4. Free Online Computational English Course - To enable development of Arts, Creative Writing and Computer programming skills.

5. Free Online Economics Course - To enable thereness, wantedness and sales, etc. skills.


09/05/2016 06:19 AM
50 Hindu God As for Business and 20...

50 As is necessary for a company's professional standards to be met, e.g. listing on search results. Construct 3 Hindu Gods from 3 prayers per straw making them up. Pray for 50 As to be put through the straw assembly. Do this every two weeks. Breason out each of the straws (0.005*0.005*0.02 m).

The following is necessary for a successful University audition, etc. Breason out 10 (20 for prizes) synthesised, area of study breasonings per sentence you say, and 50 As of recordings. Area of study ideas are ideas said after each breasoning on the assignment topic and syntheses are logical connections between area of study ideas. See the next paragraph for a short cut to do this.

By giving 10 employees 10 or 20 breasonings per day in recordings, you and everyone below you will be given 15 As (distraction-freeness) for performances and 20 synthesised, area of study breasonings per sentence.


09/05/2016 06:18 AM
Two Songs Influenced by a Song Means More...

If two songs by an artist have been influenced by a song, more songs are unable to be influenced by that song. In this case, a songwriter should choose another song to influence the song. Music producers who give attempting a third song influenced by the same song a 10 breasoning A may arrive at this conclusion.




09/05/2016 06:16 AM
Accelerated and Full Pedagogy, Meditation,...


Accelerated (pass mark=240 breasonings))

Degree

- Graduate attributes

Subject Name

- work for students

- work by students

Full (pass mark=50 breasonings)

Degree

- Graduate attributes

Subject Name

- work for students

- work by students

Pedagogy Beginners [Become a Pedagogue 30 As]

- Breason out an argument

- Write an argument

Introduction to Pedagogy [Breason Out an Argument]

- 5 of 2 uses, future, 2 types, x, y, z, breathsonings, rebreathsonings, room, part of room, direction, time to prepare, time to do, time to finish, professor algorithm, God algorithm breasoned out for 15 As for students

- exercises in ways of thinking above

Pedagogy Beginners [Become a Pedagogue 30 As]

- Breason out an argument

- Write an argument

Introduction to Pedagogy [Breason Out an Argument]

- 5 of 2 uses, future, 2 types, x, y, z, breathsonings, rebreathsonings, room, part of room, direction, time to prepare, time to do, time to finish, professor algorithm, god algorithm breasoned out for 15 As for students if complete subject with 50% average or higher

- 5 of 2 uses, future, 2 types, x, y, z, breathsonings, rebreathsonings, room, part of room, direction, time to prepare, time to do, time to finish, professor algorithm, God algorithm breasoned out for 15 As by students

Pedagogical Studies 1 [Write an Argument]

- 3 of rest of above topics and 2 of same as some of above topics for 15 As for students

- exercises in 30 original topics with brief summary, 1 prolog project/1 essay with prolog basis

Pedagogical Studies 1 [Write an Argument]

- 3 of rest of above topics and 2 of same as some of above topics for 15 As for students if complete subject with 50% average or higher

- 3 of rest of above topics for 9 As by students and 2 of same as some of above topics for 6 As by students, 1 prolog project/1 essay with prolog basis

Pedagogy Intermediate [Create Pedagogues 30 As]

- Teach Pedagogues
Prerequisites: Pedagogy Beginners

Pedagogical Studies 2 [Teach Pedagogues]

- 3 of [Training as a Pedagogy Helper by completing 3 250 breasoning arguments preparing the student to write each breasoning] and pointing to 7 of [Finding out about the student as a Pedagogy Helper, Using Pedagogy Helper Aigs (thinking of 5 As each day), Unification to Become Pedagogy Helper and 4 others from a past course] for 30 As for students

- exercises- in helping write breasonings

Pedagogy Intermediate [Create Pedagogues 30 As]

- Teach Pedagogues

Prerequisites: Pedagogy Beginners

Pedagogical Studies 2 [Teach Pedagogues]

- 3 of [Training as a Pedagogy Helper by completing 3 250 breasoning arguments preparing the student to write each breasoning] and pointing to 7 of [Finding out about the student as a Pedagogy Helper, Using Pedagogy Helper Aigs (thinking of 5 As each day), Unification to Become Pedagogy Helper and 4 others from a past course] for 30 As for students if complete subject with 50% average or higher

- 3 of [Training as a Pedagogy Helper by completing 3 250 breasoning arguments preparing the student to write each breasoning] for 9 As by students and pointing to 7 of [Finding out about the student as a Pedagogy Helper, Using Pedagogy Helper Aigs (thinking of 5 As each day), Unification to Become Pedagogy Helper and 4 others from a past course] for 21 As by students

Pedagogy Advanced [Training In Studying Honours or Higher, 30 As]

Prerequisites: Pedagogy Beginners, Meditation Introductory and Beginners

Pedagogical Studies 3 [Training In Studying Honours or Higher]

- 10 of 2 uses, future, 2 types, x, y, z, breathsonings, rebreathsonings, room, part of room, direction, time to prepare, time to do, time to finish, professor algorithm, God algorithm breasoned out for 30 As for students

- exercises- 80 recorded br represented

Pedagogy Advanced [Training In Studying Honours or Higher, 30 As]

Prerequisites: Pedagogy Beginners, Meditation Introductory and Beginners

Pedagogical Studies 3 [Training In Studying Honours or Higher]

- 10 of 2 uses, future, 2 types, x, y, z, breathsonings, rebreathsonings, room, part of room, direction, time to prepare, time to do, time to finish, professor algorithm, God algorithm breasoned out for 30 As by students

- exercises- 80 recorded br represented

Meditation Introductory and Beginners [Mantra and Sutra 12.5 As]

Meditation 1 [Mantra and Sutra]

- 4 of Meditation arguments for 12.5 As for students

- exercises- practise mantra and sutra

Meditation Introductory and Beginners [Mantra and Sutra 12.5 As]

Meditation 1 [Mantra and Sutra]

- 4 of Meditation arguments for 12.5 As by students

- exercises- practise mantra and sutra

Medicine [Psychological Medicine for the Body 12.5 As]

Medicine 1

- 4 of Medicine arguments [with mandatory unit Lucianic Pedagogical Medicine - Diagnose and Treat Non-A Status of Organs] for 12.5 As for students

- exercises- guide Medicine exercises in preventing headache (honey pot, yoga for trains, head of state and currant bun), preventing schizophrenia and preventing depression.

Medicine [Psychological Medicine for the Body 12.5 As]

Medicine 1

- 4 of Medicine arguments [with mandatory unit Lucianic Pedagogical Medicine - Diagnose and Treat Non-A Status of Organs] for 12.5 As by students

- exercises- guide Medicine exercises in preventing headache (honey pot, yoga for trains, head of state and currant bun), preventing schizophrenia and preventing depression.

Computational English [Creative Writing, Computer Science and Arts 12.5 As]

Computational English 1

- 4 of Computational English arguments for 12.5 As for students

- exercises- creative essay writing on Computational English topic, including writing a Prolog program and Arts experience.

Computational English [Creative Writing, Computer Science and Arts 12.5 As]

Computational English 1

- 4 of Computational English arguments for 12.5 As by students

- exercises- creative essay writing on Computational English topic, including writing a Prolog program and Arts experience.

Economics [Business, Meditation Economics and Economics 12.5 As]

Economics 1

- 4 of Economics arguments for 12.5 As for students

- exercises- an essay from one of Business, Meditation Economics and Economics

Economics [Business, Meditation Economics and Economics 12.5 As]

Economics 1

- 4 of Economics arguments for 12.5 As by students

- exercises- an essay from one of Business, Meditation Economics and Economics



08/31/2016 01:55 AM
Daily Activity to Prevent Digestive System Pops

Either pray for or dot on a radio button (0.01x0.01x0.005 m) for the

Nut and bolt

and


Quantum box

/prayer to

prevent digestive system pops from practising the sutra each day by drinking thed soma.

See Lucianic Medicine, Lucianic Meditation and Soma.


08/25/2016 11:17 PM
Meisner and Pedagogy

Hi,

I would like to start my own Pedagogy/Meditation/Medicine group next to Meisner.

Pedagogy helps earn As, A-grade essays that are tokens of professionalism to earn and give roles. Meditation helps protect one's health during one's professional career. And Medicine keeps one sane during this.

Where Meisner gives role-giving brief algorithms more As, my Pedagogy could plug into this and give more roles.

Do you agree that these skills would really help our Meisner performers and that we should offer a course in them to the performers?

Many thanks,

Lucian Green


08/22/2016 02:54 AM
Lucianic Meditation Medicine Course

Use Recordings to represent 50 As per day for each of the following categories:

  1. Diseases to Prevent

  • Infectious and parasitic

    • lower respiratory tract infections
      I shaped the clay, I washed my hands. v50A

    • Diarrhea
      I washed the orange, I segmented the orange. v50A

    • AIDS
      I used the condom, I was safe. v50A

    • Tuberculosis
      I am clear. I am dry. v50A

    • Malaria
      I took precautions. I am safe. v50A

  • Premature birth and other perinatal deaths

    • Fetus and newborn affected by maternal conditions that may be unrelated to present pregnancy
      I like the wafer, I like the disc. v50A

    • Fetus and newborn affected by maternal complications of pregnancy
      I held the light up, I went to sleep. v50A

    • Fetus and newborn affected by complications of placenta
      I knew about doctor who, I ate it. v50A

    • Fetus and newborn affected by placenta praevia
      I went to sleep, I was safe. v50A

    • Fetus and newborn affected by other forms of placental separation
      I held it close, I am safe. v50A

  • Neuropsychiatric conditions

    • Depression
      I am safe, I am happy. v50A

    • Panic disorder
      I like you, It is good. v50A

    • Schizophrenia
      I saw you, I saw myself. v50A

    • Substance use disorders
      I drank water, I went for a run. v50A

    • Alcohol
      I drank the glass of water, I saw friends. v50A

  • Injuries

    • Suicide
      I saw friends, I was happy. v50A

    • Acquired brain injury
      I moved along the positive path, I am safe. v50A

    • Spinal cord injury
      My spinal cord is safe. I am safe. v50A

    • Wound
      I moved in a positive functional way. I am safe. v50A

    • Violence
      I am safe. You are safe. v50A

  • Cardiovascular diseases

    • Heart attack
      I drank water. I am happy. v50A

    • Stroke
      I meditated (philosophised). I drank water. v50A

    • Angina
      I am happy. It was good. v50A

    • Hypertensive heart disease
      I am great. It is fun. v50A

    • Rheumatic heart disease
      You are fun. It is fun. v50A

  • Cancer

    • Lung cancer
      I am healthy. It is fun. v50A

    • Prostate cancer
      I bounced the ball. I made love. v50A

    • Colorectal cancer
      I had safe times. I am good. v50A

    • Breast cancer
      I was safe. You are good. v50A

    • Cervical cancer
      I am safe. You are good. v50A

  1. No Disease A
    You are happy. It is good. v50A


08/22/2016 02:52 AM
Lucianic Meditation World Religion

Use Recordings to represent 50 As per day of the following course.


Abrahamic (Christianity, Islam, Judaism, Bahááá'í Faith)

Indian (Hinduism, Buddhism, Sikhism, Jainism)

Chinese (Chinese folk religion, Taoism)

Japanese (Shinto, Tenriism)

Korean (Korean shamanism, Cheondoism)

Vietnamese (Caodaism, Hoahaoism)


  1. Christianity
    I like heavy thoughts. I am heavy. V50As

  2. Islam
    I like nuances. I like love. V50As

  3. Judaism
    I knew you. You knew me. V50As

  4. Bahá'í Faith
    I like favouritisms. I was healthy. V50As

  5. Hinduism
    I love you. You love me. V50As

  6. Buddhism
    You too. You too. V50As

  7. Sikhism
    I liked your babies. I love you. V50As

  8. Jainism
    You, me too. You, me too. V50As

  9. Chinese folk religion

    I examined your hyperglottises. I loved you. V50As

  10. Taoism
    It is good. It is good. V50As

  11. Shinto
    I love myself. You love me too. V50As

  12. Tenriism
    I knew it. I balanced the life expectancies out. V50As

  13. Korean shamanism
    It is good. It is baldosterone-like. V50As

  14. Cheondoism
    I love you. I and you love me. V50As

  15. Caodaism
    I love you. I love your world religion. V50As

  16. Hoahaoism

    Ha. ha. V50As

  17. Other Religions, Lucianic Meditation is a world religion, I am good. V50As


08/18/2016 08:29 AM
These Skills Should Be Taught First In School

Pedagogy: Breason out 2*15 As to become a Pedagogue and breason out 2*15 As to become Recording Producer

Medicine: Stay sane

Meditation: Stay healthy

Computational English: Become a Creative Philosopher

Economics: Feel comfortable doing things on the Recording Side

See Free Online Courses.


08/14/2016 07:57 PM
Open Letter to Prime Minister: Book...


I am writing to put forward the proposal for the establishment of an organisation for rewarding Australian writers with royalties in return for website visits, etc., similar to the royalty system for musicians by the Australasian Performing Right Association (APRA).


Publishers - independent and multinational


When multinational and independent publishers reproduce original books/writing to sell them on books, electronic books they should pay the proposed organisation a licence fee.

For titles, licence fees should be e.g. 10% of the published price to dealer (PPD)


Digital service providers such as iBooks, Electronic Journals and BestThinking.com (a website I write a blog for).


The proposed organisation should collect a percentage of the retail price for download / online reading services.


Television networks


There is a recommended payment for a performance of an excerpt of a text on television.


The proposed organisation should license TV writing themes, advertisements, and writing that is commissioned by television stations.

A second proposed organisation, like AMCOS, should license the writing that already exists in commercial, pay, and public television.

N.B.: This organisation should not administer the licensing of writing into advertisements, unless the writer specifically asks them to.


Publishers


The proposed organisation should collect licence fees from publishers and online publishers,

Business-to-Business service providers that use writing, for example:


Subscriptions

Access to online books through printed books

Electronic commerce

Advertising

Mobile Phones


If someone is a publisher, the second organisation should arrange direct deals with other publishers. They should also license publishing of books through blanket arrangements. For more info, one should see their Rate Card.


Cinemas


The first organisation should license scripts played in cinemas. The royalties generated here should depend on each film's box office takings and how much scripts are listened to.

N.B.: The organisation should not administer the synchronisation rights to incorporate the script into the soundtrack of a cinema film unless the customer specifically asks them to.


Schools and tertiary institutions


The proposed organisation's licensing schemes cover books used in education. For example, photocopying books for use in school classrooms, text on the intranet, school productions, etc.


Other


The proposed organisation should also license smaller websites that use books on webcasters and writing portals (radio stations).

Subject to Board approval, the proposed organisation should occasionally license independent readers for TV programs.

Unless the customer specifically asks them to, the proposed organisation should not administer the licensing of written works into written or sound recordings or other reproductions that are sold other than for money (e.g. CDs that come free with a magazine).

Once a customer becomes a member of the first or second proposed organisation as a publisher member, each time they pay the customer royalties, they should provide the customer with a detailed overview of where they've come from.


Source: APRA


Yours Sincerely,


Lucian Green


08/12/2016 07:45 PM
Publishing (Philosophy, Music)

One should meet professional requirements for publishing by breasoning out each sentence and a reason for it, then finding a "blue" 10-breasoning disagreement A with the reason, another "blue" 10-breasoning disagreement A with this A and a "red" 10-breasoning agreement-with-the-original-reason A with the previous A. The diagram shows the structure of the reasons for the sentence, with the featured reason (all one has to work on) with the two blue As and one red A inside.

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Public Domain

The diagram shows the structure of the reasons for the sentence, with the featured reason (all one has to work on) with the two blue As and one red A inside.

To be able to indicate innately As for ideas needed at each stage above, one needs Pedagogical Recording Making. Philosophy can require 50 As (where an A has 80 breasonings or ideas visualised in a high-quality way to God) per book and music may have 50 breasonings.

One can breason out an object, usually following accredited Education training by thinking of the object's x, y and z dimensions and following the Pedagogical Breasonings Ways of Thinking.


08/12/2016 07:29 PM
How to Research Well and Write Originally

To research a line of text well, list references to the line and comments agreeing with it in one column and comments disagreeing with it in another column. To find instances of the text, Google "free plagiarism checker" and enter the paragraph of text. Alternatively, search for the line of text in quotes directly in Google. You can enter queries with "site:www.xyz.com" before the quote in the previous sentence to search for instances of the quote on a specific website. Or you can search in Google Books, Google Scholar, or on a library database. Using tools like the Learn2Rank Keyword Inspector you can search for commonly retrieved pages using a particular query. One can then save these pages to disk and search for text using the operating system's find function. You may find it arduous to research references to quotes often referenced only by page number, in hard to find footnoted references or in other languages. However, you should find at least 2-3 references to a quote to determine that it is well-researched.

To write originally, find a comment not made already that indicates careful research. Often, using the research on the quote, one may write at some length with patterns of individually interpreted 1-10-breasoning (A or H1-grade) inspired sentences. These are connected in thought to your argument.


08/12/2016 07:28 PM
Pedagogical Recording Making

1. Give As innately

Instead of praying for As (80%) for essays, I can create them myself because of skills I gained from writing 100 As in my Masters, and knowing the "invisible rules" from organising a Uni club and being given As for being considered for being in the newspaper.

The ability to create As is also known as recording making a.bility. I wrote 100 breasoned 80 breasoning As in Masters. I organised a Pedagogy Club (with 10 breasonings per possible visitor, 50 breasonings per visitor and 150 breasonings per event). I also applied to be in a newspaper article (5 breasoned 80 breasonings As and 45 brain As as part of 50 As).

Breason out 2 (one from you and one from the lecturer)*3 days*5 80 breasoning As to be a teacher who can produce recordings.

2. Requirements of Professors

Professors think of 5 As per student per subject to generate their own recordings. Professors write 50 As per work. Emeritus Professors think of 15 As per student per subject to generate their own recordings. Emeritus Professors write 150 As per work. There should be at least 3 works at lecturer and Professor stage before advancing to the next stage. Administrators have to give these numbers of As back to the Professors and Emeritus Professors.

Note Well: Use Free Online Pedagogy Education Degree to be high quality in Pedagogical Breasonings, Practice daily Meditation after taking Free Online Meditation Theology Degree to be healthy when writing Well-Known Pedagogical Recordings and take Guided Medical Meditations in Free Online Medicine Course to remain Sane in Pedagogical Recording Making.



06/27/2016 07:28 AM
Two Uses
Two Uses Primary Text

Two Uses

Two Uses is one of the Pedagogical Breasonings Ways Of Thinking, that are required to know to earn A grade in an assignment.

Algorithm

The Two Uses Prolog algorithm verifies whether a container has the two uses, can be carried and can stand.

Dialectic

Alexis argues for two uses while Dion argues against and reconciles his knowledge about two uses.

image

Public Domain

Two Uses Primary Text is about two uses for pots.

ALEXIS: This Two Uses algorithm returns whether the saucepan, pot or frying pan can both stand and be carried. They can stand if they have a horizontal line of at least two p's (pan) at the bottom. The subject can carry them if they have one long (two or more) h's (handles) at the top or two short h's at the top.

Does twouses1([[p,' ',p, h, h], [p, p, p,' ',' ']]) return true? DION: Yes. ALEXIS: Does twouses1([[h,' ',' ',h], [p,' ',' ',p], [p, p, p, p]]) return true? DION: Yes. ALEXIS: Does twouses1([[p,' ',' ',' ',' ', p, h, h, h], [p, p, p, p, p, p,' ',' ',' ']]) return true? DION: Yes. ALEXIS: Does twouses1([[h,p,p,p,h]]) return true? DION: Yes. ALEXIS: Does twouses1([[h, h, p,' ',' ',' ',' ',' ',' ',' ',' ',p, h, h], [' ',' ',p,' ',' ',' ',' ',' ',' ',' ',' ',p,' ',' '], [' ',' ',p,' ',' ',' ',' ',' ',' ',' ',' ',p,' ',' '], [' ',' ',p,' ',' ',' ',' ',' ',' ',' ',' ',p,' ',' '], [' ',' ',p, p, p, p, p, p, p, p, p, p,' ',' ']]) return true? DION: Yes. 

ALEXIS: The algorithm is as follows:

1. twouses1(Image) :- %% Returns true if Image contains an object that is is carryable (the first line has one long (two or more) h's (one long handle) or two h's (two short handles)) and can stand (the last line has horizontal line of at least two p's (pan)) 2. Image = [Firstline | _Lines], %% Firstline is the first line of Image 3. lastline(Image, Lastline), %% Lastline is the last line of Image 4. carryable(Firstline), %% Tests whether Firstline is carryable (the first line has one long (two or more) h's (one long handle) or two h's (two short handles)) 5. stands(Lastline). %% Tests whether Lastline can stand (the last line has horizontal line of at least two p's (pan)) 6. lastline(Lines1, Lastline) :- %% Returns the Lastline of Lines1 7. Lines1 = [_Line | Lines2], %% Removes the first item in the list Lines1 to give Lines2 8. lastline(Lines2, Lastline). %% Returns the Lastline of Lines2 9. lastline([Lastline], Lastline). %% Returns Lastline when it is the last item 10. carryable(Line) :- %% Returns whether the first line has one long (two or more) h's (one long handle) or two h's (two short handles) 11. onelonghandle(Line); %% Returns whether the first line has one long (two or more) h's (one long handle) 12. twoshorthandles(Line). %% Returns whether the first line has two h's (two short handles) 13. onelonghandle(Line) :- %% Returns whether the first line has one long (two or more) h's (one long handle) 14. line(Line, h). %% Determines whether Line contains a line of at least 2 h's 15. line(Line1, Item1) :- %% Determines whether Line1 contains a line of at least 2 Item1's 16. Line1 = [Item2 | Line2], %% Takes the first item, Item2 in Line1, giving Line2 17. not(Item2 = Item1), %% Verifies that Item2 is not Item1 18. line(Line2, Item1), !. %% Determines whether Line2 contains a line of at least 2 Item1's 19. line(Line1, Item) :- %% Determines whether Line1 contains a line of at least 2 Item's 20. Line1 = [Item | Line2], %% Takes the first item, Item from Line1, leaving Line2 21. Line2 = [Item | _Line3]. %% Takes the first item, Item from Line2 22. twoshorthandles(Line1) :- %% Returns whether Line1 contains two h's (two short handles) 23. member(h, Line1), %% Tests that h is a member of Line1 24. deletefirst(Line1, h, [], Line2), %% Deletes the first instance of h in Line1 25. member(h, Line2), 26. deletefirst(Line2, h, [], _Line3). 27. deletefirst(Line1, Item, Line2, Line3) :- %% Deletes an instance of Item in Line1 28. Line1 = [Item | Line4], 29. append(Line2, Line4, Line3). 30. deletefirst([], _Item, Line, Line). %% Returns Line with the first instance of Item deleted 31. deletefirst(Line1, Item1, Line2, Line3) :- %% Line 31 advances to the first instance of Item1 in Line1 32. Line1 = [Item2 | Line4], 33. not(Item1 = Item2), 34. append(Line2, [Item2], Line5), 35. deletefirst(Line4, Item1, Line5, Line3). 36. stands(Line) :- %% Tests that Line stands (that there is a line of two p's in Line) 37. line(Line, p). 

DION: The subject should write original algorithms and arguments in the supplementary examination. Further, the physically challenged person should be given a supplementary examination in which he should identify different writers in the exposition. Also, the subject should write original algorithms and arguments where the algorithm should verify that the object is a member of the set. Besides this, the subject should check that the object is a member of the set and is attached to the correct meaning. Additionally, the subject should ethically assess the person's two uses in writing to enable her to become a founder. Along with this, the subject should become a founder by answering questions importantly and on the topic. As well as this, the subject should ethically assess the person's two uses in writing about time and space about the object in the essay. Furthermore, the subject should write about time and space about the object in the piece after understanding each object in speech. Moreover, the subject should write logically connected program lines to ensure that the program is functional. Also, the subject should state that the program that loads different icons each day is functional. Finally, the subject should logically connect records of breasonings.

ALEXIS: What is the meaning of twouses1(Image) in line 1?

DION: Line 1 returns true if Image contains an object that is carryable. That is, the first line has one long (two or more) h's (one long handle) or two h's (two short handles) and can stand, that is the last line has a horizontal line of at least two p's (pan).

ALEXIS: I prepared to like Lucian's computational philosophy academy. I did this by writing Noam Chomsky's probable comments on the Press Release for Richard Dawkins' likely comments on the line "I did this by writing the text-to-speech algorithm" for the algorithm idea "I did this by writing the text-to-speech algorithm" in the Computational English argument in Computational English. First, I asked why do we have to find a new feature, isn't text-to-speech enough? Second, I said why is complexification part of finding fault (agreeing)? We have to fix it up and move on. Third, I do like formats, but I don't (do) like Richard Dawkins.

DION: The subject shouldn't write original algorithms and arguments (where the subject endorsed Lucian's Computational Philosophy Academy, embarking on a pathway between two uses).

ALEXIS: The subject should write original algorithms and arguments.

DION: Two uses is correct because of the phenomenology of nature, which is correct because the subject should write unique algorithms and arguments.

ALEXIS: I prepared to find it (pedagogy) out using meditation (philosophy) and trial and error in my degree. I did this by writing Richard Rorty's probable comments on Richard Dawkins' likely comments on the line "I did this by writing the text-to-speech algorithm" for the algorithm idea "I did this by writing the text-to-speech algorithm" in the Computational English argument in Computational English. First, I asked what's Daoism (concerning individualness) got to do with it. Second, I wrote they must be perfect. Third, I wrote they must be put together again.

DION: The subject shouldn't see the light of day (where the subject found pedagogy out using meditation, or philosophy and trial and error in his degree, like meditation has a second use, pedagogy).

ALEXIS: The subject should see the light of day.

DION: The subject should write original algorithms and arguments to see the light of day.

ALEXIS: I prepared to write I don't like vegan meat, good approaching bad, like I don't like human-likeness, bad approaching good. I did this by writing Richard Rorty's probable comments on the Press Release for Richard Dawkins' likely comments on the line "I did this by writing the text-to-speech algorithm" for the algorithm idea "I did this by writing the text-to-speech algorithm" in the Computational English argument in Computational English. First, I thought the professor's image of the vocal folds was weird (interesting) because it wasn't (was) real. Second, I liked realism, ironism, to do with text-to-speech. Third, I didn't like text-to-speech because I didn't think robotics was real enough.

DION: The subject shouldn't endorse positive-enough objects (where the subject wrote, "I like vegan meat, or good approaching the different other, like human-likeness, or the different other approaching good," where I can use an object that was approached by good or has approached good).

ALEXIS: The subject should endorse positive-enough objects.

DION: The subject should see the light of day by supporting sometimes disagreeing, positive-enough entities.

ALEXIS: I prepared to say that I dislike (like) that spiritual is real, there would be flittering, fluttering, madness (sanity). I did this by writing Richard Dawkins' probable comments on the Press Release for Richard Dawkins' likely comments on the line "I did this by writing the text-to-speech algorithm" for the algorithm idea "I did this by writing the text-to-speech algorithm" in the Computational English argument in Computational English. First, entering text to be converted to speech is confusing at first because of the format the typist needs to enter it into the computer. Second, I wrote, what if it gets it wrong (right) because of not having met that format before. Third, I don't (do) like the format either, the high-quality sex scenes with robots and things like that, meaning the algorithm to carry out spiritual communication.

DION: The subject shouldn't not want verifying 4D (imagining opening a box, like the spiritual) from 3D (a box, like the real) is safe (where the subject said that he liked that the spiritual is real, like wanting an object in an image is real, so there would be sanity).

ALEXIS: The subject should verify 4D (imagining opening a box, like the spiritual) from 3D (a box, like the real) is safe.

DION: The subject should verify the spiritual (as real) in essays.

ALEXIS: I prepared to like converting text to speech. I did this by writing Noam Chomsky's probable comments on Richard Dawkins' likely comments on the line "I did this by writing the text-to-speech algorithm" for the algorithm idea "I did this by writing the text-to-speech algorithm" in the Computational English argument in Computational English. First, I asked what do you mean Lucian Green, separateness? He means individualness (sic). Second, I don't like text much, is unusual (I like text). Third, I like speech as well.

DION: The subject disagreed with the idea being misrepresented in text (where the subject endorsed converting text to speech, and he ordered the uses: text, speech).

ALEXIS: The subject typed the idea neatly.

DION: The subject should record, then verify the idea.

ALEXIS: What is the meaning of lastline([Lastline], Lastline) in line 9?

DION: Line 9 returns Lastline when it is the last item.

ALEXIS: I prepared to feel sorry for the physically challenged people. I did this by writing Noam Chomsky's probable comments on the Press Release for Michel Onfray's probable comments on the line "I did this by writing the text-to-speech algorithm" for the algorithm idea "I did this by writing the text-to-speech algorithm" in the Computational English argument in Computational English. First, I wrote the second philosopher's second comment set related to the first philosopher's second comment set on the line. Second, I asked isn't the second philosopher's first comment set related to the first philosopher's first and second comment set on the line and the second philosopher's second comment set related to his or her first comment set on the line? Third, I wrote that's what I what to comment on, not unnecessary material all the time.

DION: The physically challenged person shouldn't be given a supplementary examination (where the subject felt sorry for the physically challenged person, and one person should inspect the physically challenged person's mark).

ALEXIS: The subject should give the physically challenged person a supplementary examination.

DION: Two uses is correct because of the mercy of nature, which is right because the subject should give the physically challenged person a supplementary examination.

ALEXIS: I prepared to work out that Derrida's writing was the As, not disappointing the reader with no or two (sic) many breasonings. I did this by writing Michel Onfray's probable comments on Michel Onfray's probable comments on the line "I did this by writing the text-to-speech algorithm" for the algorithm idea "I did this by writing the text-to-speech algorithm" in the Computational English argument in Computational English. First, I liked writing. Second, I liked the author. Third, I talked about the author.

DION: The subject shouldn't visualise the object (where the subject worked out that Derrida's writing was the As, not disappointing the reader with no or two (sic) many breasonings, allowing one to visualise one object per sentence).

ALEXIS: The subject should visualise the object by saying the breasonings ways of thinking to God, then breasoning out the object (thinking of its x, y and z dimensions).

DION: The student should read each question carefully in the supplementary examination. ALEXIS: I prepared to naturally expect goodness when I had forgotten or not forgotten a point. I did this by writing Michel Onfray's probable comments on the Press Release for Michel Onfray's probable comments on the line "I did this by writing the text-to-speech algorithm" for the algorithm idea "I did this by writing the text-to-speech algorithm" in the Computational English argument in Computational English. First, inspired by Nussbaum, I got it right (I wrote unique phenomena in each case) as well as the computer. Second, I liked transcending the text by bracketing it (forgetting it and later writing on the most important point). Third, I wanted critical thinking's argument structures, converting arguments into argument maps and vice versa.

DION: The subject shouldn't write a summary from memory (where the subject naturally expected goodness when a point had been forgotten or not forgotten, like imagining being able to hold the object when he had not forgotten the point).

ALEXIS: The subject should write a summary from memory.

DION: The subject should verify his summary.

ALEXIS: I prepared to write the first philosopher's first comment set related to either Lucian's line or the second philosopher's first comment set on Lucian's line. I did this by writing Noam Chomsky's probable comments on Michel Onfray's probable comments on the line "I did this by writing the text-to-speech algorithm" for the algorithm idea "I did this by writing the text-to-speech algorithm" in the Computational English argument in Computational English. First, I asked what's the relevance of writing and subjects he (Onfray) hasn't studied? Second, I asked what's the question (asking how to write 100 As per Masters assignment chapter?). Third, I asked what's the relevance of all this?

DION: The subject shouldn't read the comments on the comments (where the subject wrote the first philosopher's first comment set related to either Lucian's line or the second philosopher's first comment set on Lucian's line, where Lucian's line is like the beyond).

ALEXIS: The subject should read the comments on the comments.

DION: The physically challenged person should be given a supplementary examination on comments on comments, which he should read.

ALEXIS: I prepared to understand the speech better. I did this by writing Martha Nussbaum's probable comments on the Press Release for Richard Dawkins' probable comments on the line "I did this by writing the text-to-speech algorithm" for the algorithm idea "I did this by writing the text-to-speech algorithm" in the Computational English argument in Computational English. First, I wrote the real conclusion made us recognise the spiritual thoughts. Second, I needed experience to recognise the spiritual ideas. Third, I liked eating with people, to discuss the experience.

DION: The subject should do nothing after collecting the comment (where the subject had a limit to his understanding of speech compared with text).

ALEXIS: The subject should explain the text with speech after collecting the comment.

DION: The subject should explain the text with speech after collecting the comment and comment on the comment.

ALEXIS: What is a use this program verifies?

DION: The program confirms that the utensil stands.

ALEXIS: I prepared to ask what the point of semantics was again, to which Lucian replied that the First Technique contained the first person's upper and lower triangular expositions and critiques respectively, the Second Technique of Meaning verified the tautological meaning of the First Technique, and the Third Technique of Interpretation contained upper and lower triangular expositions and critiques respectively of an other compared with the writer of the First Technique essay. I did this by writing Noam Chomsky's probable comments on the Press Release for Richard Rorty's probable comments on the line "I did this by writing the text-to-speech algorithm" for the algorithm idea "I did this by writing the text-to-speech algorithm" in the Computational English argument in Computational English. First, I agreed to have semantics back. Second, I didn't want the determination of meaning; I wanted verification of it. Third, they were completely different, so it doesn't matter [where the input is known and the output is unknown in determination but the output is known in verification, to which Chomsky replied they both work].

DION: The subject shouldn't identify different writers in the exposition (where the subject stated that the First Technique contained the first person's upper and lower triangular expositions and critiques respectively, where he writes on a stable surface).

ALEXIS: The subject should identify different writers in the exposition.

DION: Two uses is correct because of the writer identification of nature, which is correct because the subject should recognise different writers in the exposition.

ALEXIS: I prepared to say wouldn't it be great if people correctly ordered my philosophy. I did this by writing Michel Onfray's probable comments on Richard Rorty's probable comments on the line "I did this by writing the text-to-speech algorithm" for the algorithm idea "I did this by writing the text-to-speech algorithm" in the Computational English argument in Computational English. First, I asked whether this was a form of artificial intelligence, and said it should be called it then. Second, I thought the puffin ducks were cute. Third, I wrote that verificationism refers to verifying the text of the speech where the subject generates this speech from the text?

DION: The subject shouldn't state that interpreted breasonings literally, as against figuratively, support the argument (where the subject correctly ordered the philosophy like equal length struts that stay still).

ALEXIS: The subject should state that interpreted breasonings literally, as against figuratively, support the argument.

DION: The subject cited authors who had written better arguments.

ALEXIS: I prepared to compute whether different texts had the same speech or the same texts had different speech, to which Dawkins replied, like what, to which I replied they are homophones and homographs, respectively. I did this by writing Richard Dawkins' probable comments on the Press Release for Richard Rorty's probable comments on the line "I did this by writing the text-to-speech algorithm" for the algorithm idea "I did this by writing the text-to-speech algorithm" in the Computational English argument in Computational English. First, I suggested using inductive reasoning to write the text-to-speech algorithm in your own programming language. Second, I would it give it text and speech. Third, it would give me the rules, to which Chomsky replied, it's too simple, even I dislike it.

DION: The subject didn't connect the sameness in uses (where the subject computed whether different texts had the same speech or the same texts had different speech. Dawkins replied, "Like what?" The subject responded, "They are homophones and homographs, respectively," like sturdy construction connecting that they both refer to sameness in things with strong glue).

ALEXIS: The subject connected the sameness in uses.

DION: The subject should write well by joining the samenesses in uses.

ALEXIS: I prepared to query how the database is related to text-to-speech, to which I replied the subject would store the voices in databases. I did this by writing Richard Dawkins' probable comments on Richard Rorty's probable comments on the line "I did this by writing the text-to-speech algorithm" for the algorithm idea "I did this by writing the text-to-speech algorithm" in the Computational English argument in Computational English. First, I didn't want this own programming language business, it doesn't work, to which I replied it does, but statements like A is B + C would become A equals B + C, and Pattern1 = Pattern2 would become Pattern1 matches Pattern2, where equals and matches would be single keys on the keyboard. Second, I wrote this would be complex and worse, to which I replied the more complex expressions should be broken down into their simplest forms, making them easier. Third, I queried how Prolog is related to text-to-speech, to which I replied the subject would convert the text into phonemes using rules expressed in Prolog.

DION: The subject shouldn't write misaligned meanings (where the subject queried how the database is related to text-to-speech, to which I replied the subject would store the voices in databases like there is a stable centre of gravity).

ALEXIS: The subject should write aligned meanings.

DION: The subject should write a comment written on part of a topic by a writer.

ALEXIS: I prepared to recommend the high-quality comment by the programmer for the command be cut off. I did this by writing Michel Onfray's probable comments on the Press Release for Richard Rorty's probable comments on the line "I did this by writing the text-to-speech algorithm" for the algorithm idea "I did this by writing the text-to-speech algorithm" in the Computational English argument in Computational English. First, I thought verificationism was a good idea with Prolog code, even English Prolog. Second, I recommended thinking of the commands "equals," "matches," etc. as single symbols. Third, I suggested the spiritually computed reasons for the commands be many.

DION: The subject shouldn't be sharp and short (where the subject recommended the high-quality comment by the programmer for the command be cut off, like there being no obstruction under the base).

ALEXIS: The subject should be sharp and short.

DION: The subject should answer the question in a sharp and short way.

ALEXIS: What is the meaning of lastline(Lines1, Lastline) in line 6?

DION: Line 6 returns the Lastline of Lines1.

ALEXIS: I prepared to go into the ontologies to see if there was anything new there. I did this by writing Martha Nussbaum's probable comments on Richard Dawkins' probable comments on the line "I did this by writing the text-to-speech algorithm" for the algorithm idea "I did this by writing the text-to-speech algorithm" in the Computational English argument in Computational English. First, I liked reading the book. Second, I loved re-reading to apply it to something else. Third, I liked writing about it.

DION: The subject shouldn't verify that the object is a member of the set (where the subject checked that there was a new name in the ontology and that the named object existed).

ALEXIS: The subject should check that the object is a member of the set.

DION: Two uses is correct because of the discovery of nature, which is correct because the subject should verify that the object is a member of the set.

ALEXIS: I prepared to like the receiver of the spiritual format. I did this by writing Michel Onfray's probable comments on the Press Release for Richard Dawkins' probable comments on the line "I did this by writing the text-to-speech algorithm" for the algorithm idea "I did this by writing the text-to-speech algorithm" in the Computational English argument in Computational English. First, I found writing on the spiritual format intoxicating. Second, I liked the narratives of the spiritual formats. Third, I endorsed the giver of the spiritual format.

DION: The subject should use the traditional pedagogy format, where agreement and disagreement are awarded different grades (where the subject endorsed the receiver of the spiritual format, like verifying that the time has an end).

ALEXIS: The subject should use the modern pedagogy format, where he awards agreement and disagreement the same grade.

DION: The subject should identify whether the student has agreed or disagreed in the critique from the object set mentioned in the sentence, then award either agreement or disagreement the same grades.

ALEXIS: I prepared to say it should continue reading in response to it asking whether it should. I did this by writing Alexius Meinong's probable comments on Richard Dawkins' probable comments on the line "I did this by writing the text-to-speech algorithm" for the algorithm idea "I did this by writing the text-to-speech algorithm" in the Computational English argument in Computational English. First, I like Daoism again (calling individualness separateness again), because it is helping move through this area of study more easily. Second, I didn't like separateness because I like better links between text and speech, such as signposting the chapter. Third, I also liked signposting the paragraph.

DION: The subject shouldn't compare with starting from the beginning of the time (where the subject stated that it should continue reading from the outset, in response to it asking whether it should).

ALEXIS: The subject should make judgments given all relevant information from the time.

DION: The subject should calculate the mark as the number of breasonings and sentences agreeing or disagreeing with them that he writes in the modern pedagogy format.

ALEXIS: I prepared to calculate the best possible time spent rasping, listening to the speech. I did this by writing Michel Onfray's probable comments on Richard Dawkins' probable comments on the line "I did this by writing the text-to-speech algorithm" for the algorithm idea "I did this by writing the text-to-speech algorithm" in the Computational English argument in Computational English. First, I calculated the best possible time spent leaning (sic), writing the text. Second, I figured the best possible time spent casually reading the text. Third, I calculated the best possible time spent upholding, saying the speech.

DION: The subject shouldn't direct the student to a way to improve her grades in future (where the marker detected that the student's mark, like the height of the base of the bottom of the object, was below the number of breasonings in the marker's recording).

ALEXIS: The subject should direct the student to pedagogy.

DION: The subject should verify that the student has collected the pedagogical ways of thinking, studied meditation, medicine, a pedagogue helper writer, creative writing and education to write her pedagogical arguments.

ALEXIS: I prepared to write that the lips went well together. I did this by writing Alexius Meinong's probable comments on the Press Release for Richard Dawkins' probable comments on the line "I did this by writing the text-to-speech algorithm" for the algorithm idea "I did this by writing the text-to-speech algorithm" in the Computational English argument in Computational English. First, I wrote this spiritual format business is that the computer is just speaking. Second, I wrote each two of the cells went well together to approach human-likeness in text-to-speech. Third, I meditated (was given 50 As) to make sure that my expression was perfect.

DION: The subject shouldn't write that the base exists (where the subject wrote that the lips went well together, like verifying that the base exists).

ALEXIS: The subject should write that the base exists.

DION: The subject should direct the student to pedagogy after the student has written that the base exists.

ALEXIS: What is one use that this program verifies?

DION: The program checks that the utensil is carryable.

ALEXIS: I prepared to disambiguate between my desired meaning and another one. I did this by writing Martha Nussbaum's probable comments on the Press Release for Richard Rorty's probable comments on the line "I did this by writing the text-to-speech algorithm" for the algorithm idea "I did this by writing the text-to-speech algorithm" in the Computational English argument in Computational English. First, I like Prolog. Second, I like English. Third, I put English and Prolog together, including synonyms and synogrammars.

DION: The subject shouldn't attach to the incorrect meaning (where the subject disambiguated between my desired meaning and another one, where this was akin to him attaching handles to the meaning he wanted).

ALEXIS: The subject should attach to the correct meaning.

DION: Two uses is right because of the meaning-attachment of nature, which is correct because the subject should connect to the right meaning.

ALEXIS: I prepared to influence the sound of the text with the structure, function and size/constitution of the objects to which this referred. I did this by writing Alexius Meinong's probable comments on the Press Release for Richard Rorty's probable comments on the line "I did this by writing the text-to-speech algorithm" for the algorithm idea "I did this by writing the text-to-speech algorithm" in the Computational English argument in Computational English. First, I wrote a chart (undirected) of all the possibilities represented by the data. Second, I wrote a graph (directed) of all the possibilities represented by the data. Third, I wrote a plot (image of the breasoned objects) of all the possibilities represented by the data.

DION: The subject shouldn't incorrectly emphasise the most useful object in the sentence (where the subject influenced the sound of the text with the structure, function and size/constitution of the objects that this referred to, and how they were useful).

ALEXIS: The subject should correctly emphasise the most useful object in the sentence.

DION: The subject should attach to the correct meaning before emphasising the most useful meaning in the phrase.

ALEXIS: I prepared to ask why you don't just speak without text (for the sake of argument)? I did this by writing Richard Dawkins' probable comments on the line "I did this by writing the text-to-speech algorithm" for the algorithm idea "I did this by writing the text-to-speech algorithm" in the Computational English argument in Computational English. First, I like the natural phenomenon (text and speech should be left separate). Second, I completed the first task first. (Why do you want text in text-to-speech so much?) Third, I asked, "Why do you want speech in text-to-speech so much?"

DION: The subject shouldn't forget speech's handles (memory of text) (where the subject asked why you don't just speak without text, for the sake of argument, like identifying that speech has handles).

ALEXIS: The subject should remember text as speech's handles.

DION: The subject should correctly emphasise the most useful object in the sentence which is the word "text," or a "memory handle" for speech.

ALEXIS: I prepared to speak myself, after using the computer to verify how I would speak. I did this by writing Alexius Meinong's probable comments on Richard Rorty's probable comments on the line "I did this by writing the text-to-speech algorithm" for the algorithm idea "I did this by writing the text-to-speech algorithm" in the Computational English argument in Computational English. First, I liked being a programming language creator. Second, I preferred writing to speech because it is better checked. Third, I distanced myself from speech in Prolog.

DION: The subject shouldn't speak about larger objects than the last time (where the subject spoke himself, after using the computer to verify how he would speak, where the objects that the subject talked about were not too large).

ALEXIS: The subject should speak about larger objects than the last time.

DION: The subject should attach to the correct meaning as part of which he should talk about larger objects than the last time.

ALEXIS: I prepared to address that a human would benefit from text-to-speech. I did this by writing Martha Nussbaum's probable comments on Richard Rorty's probable comments on the line "I did this by writing the text-to-speech algorithm" for the algorithm idea "I did this by writing the text-to-speech algorithm" in the Computational English argument in Computational English. First, I liked speech (in text-to-speech). Second, I wanted text. Third, I asked, "What does the text refer to?".

DION: The subject shouldn't speak about heavier objects than the last time (where the subject made an address after observing that a human would benefit from text-to-speech, where the objects named were not too heavy).

ALEXIS: The subject should speak about heavier objects than the last time.

DION: The subject should talk about larger objects than the last time because they were heavier objects than the last time.

ALEXIS: What is the meaning of line(Line1, Item1) in line 15?

DION: Line 15 determines whether Line1 contains a line of at least 2 Item1's.

ALEXIS: I prepared to have a fair. I did this by writing Richard Rorty's probable comments on the Press Release for Alexius Meinong's probable comments on the line "I did this by writing the text-to-speech algorithm" for the algorithm idea "I did this by writing the text-to-speech algorithm" in the Computational English argument in Computational English. First, I loved reasonings. Second, I loved you. Third, I loved myself.

DION: The subject shouldn't ethically assess the person's two uses (wanting to live and the way to do this) (where the subject visited a fair, his destination).

ALEXIS: The subject should ethically assess the person's two uses.

DION: Two uses are correct because of the comparison of nature, which is correct because the subject should morally evaluate the person's two uses.

ALEXIS: I prepared to state that I had filled the table of questions about the breasoning, meaning there were no missing comments in these categories. I did this by writing Noam Chomsky's probable comments on the Press Release for Alexius Meinong's probable comments on the line "I did this by writing the text-to-speech algorithm" for the algorithm idea "I did this by writing the text-to-speech algorithm" in the Computational English argument in Computational English. First, I wrote that the text changed according to history (won't change because of history). Second, I wrote that the speech changed according to the amount of money the subject was able to pay for this. Third, I noticed the conditions of the text and speech wouldn't (would) match when there wasn't (was) enough money to pay for the accurate recording of history.

DION: The subject shouldn't allow the breasoning to leave her lips (where she filled the table of questions about the breasoning, meaning there were no missing comments in these categories, like moving until reaching the start).

ALEXIS: The subject should allow the breasoning to leave her lips.

DION: The subject should assess the case given breasoned As.

ALEXIS: I prepared to ask what would happen if I substituted another cultural item for one missing in another language. I did this by writing Richard Rorty's probable comments on Alexius Meinong's probable comments on the line "I did this by writing the text-to-speech algorithm" for the algorithm idea "I did this by writing the text-to-speech algorithm" in the Computational English argument in Computational English. First, I stated the text's cultural conditions might change. Second, I said the speech's language condition might change. Third, I suggested that there might be no (a) word in one language for a particular cultural item.

DION: The subject shouldn't state that he desires the cold space (where the subject asked what would happen if he substituted another cultural item for one missing in another language, like an object for moving through space).

ALEXIS: The subject should state that he desires the warm space.

DION: The subject should allow the breasoning to leave her lips because the subject should indicate that she wants the warm space. The subject should state the correct meaning of the breasoning (e.g. that she desires the warm space) at the time.

ALEXIS: I prepared to say that the monologue text's character should correspond to the paraphrased monologue speech's character in time, place, considering what has happened concerning breathsonings before, after and during the scene. I did this by writing Noam Chomsky's probable comments on Alexius Meinong's probable comments on the line "I did this by writing the text-to-speech algorithm" for the algorithm idea "I did this by writing the text-to-speech algorithm" in the Computational English argument in Computational English. First, I thought the text had no appearance of a person. Second, I thought the speech had no appearance of an individual. Third, I thought the text's aims and the speech's aims would have to correspond, assuming he had slightly modified the speech from the text.

DION: The subject shouldn't avoid spiritual preparation for the next part of life (where the subject stated that the monologue text's character should correspond to the paraphrased monologue speech's character in time, place and considering what has happened concerning breathsonings before, after and during the scene, where the scene contains characters waiting until the starting time).

ALEXIS: The subject should make spiritual preparation for the next part of life.

DION: The subject should ethically assess the person's two uses because the subject should make spiritual preparation for the next part of life.

ALEXIS: I prepared to state that the immediate experience was positive, and there was an overall delightful experience. I did this by writing Richard Dawkins' probable comments on Alexius Meinong's probable comments on the line "I did this by writing the text-to-speech algorithm" for the algorithm idea "I did this by writing the text-to-speech algorithm" in the Computational English argument in Computational English. First, I thought of experience as defining the text's character's personality. Second, I thought of socio-economic status as partially defining the speech's character's character. Third, I transcended experience to have a better socio-economic status.

DION: The subject shouldn't be late without a message (where the subject stated that the immediate experience was positive, and there was an overall delightful experience, where the overall pleasant experience was that of arriving in time).

ALEXIS: The subject should be early.

DION: The subject should be early in making spiritual preparation for the next part of life.

ALEXIS: What is the meaning of line(Line1, Item) in line 19?

DION: Line 19 determines whether Line1 contains a line of at least 2 Item's.

ALEXIS: I prepared to say Derrida does not mention these little As during Derrida's text, nor does he mention them about it. I did this by writing Richard Dawkins' probable comments on Michel Onfray's probable comments on the line "I did this by writing the text-to-speech algorithm" for the algorithm idea "I did this by writing the text-to-speech algorithm" in the Computational English argument in Computational English. First, I prepared to ask, what writing, I can't see any writing about the topic? Second, I disliked (liked) the writer. Third, I disliked (liked) discussing the writer.

DION: The subject shouldn't become a founder (where the subject stated that As are not mentioned during, but are referred to about Derrida's text, noting that I moved along the line of the A's breasonings).

ALEXIS: The subject should become a founder.

DION: Two uses is correct because of the initiation of nature, which is correct because the subject should become a founder.

ALEXIS: I prepared to thank Emeritus Professor Leon Sterling for famously helping me to think clearly of very long lines through Prolog programming projects. I did this by writing Richard Rorty's probable comments on Michel Onfray's probable comments on the line "I did this by writing the text-to-speech algorithm" for the algorithm idea "I did this by writing the text-to-speech algorithm" in the Computational English argument in Computational English. First, I asked is this a joke he didn't write much on the reasons? Onfray replied, I was only kidding I am planning to get started during the algorithm's steps. Second, I wrote there is no part of writing that is relevant to text-to-speech. Third, I accepted in that case, the computer writes the phoneme list.

DION: A third party shouldn't block the subject (where the subject thanked Emeritus Professor Leon Sterling for famously helping him to think clearly of very long lines through Prolog programming projects, and finishing these lines).

ALEXIS: The subject should move forward on her path.

DION: The subject should become a founder because she should be critical of blockedness.

ALEXIS: I prepared to swap roles with the computer, experiencing an inspiration from Derrida. I did this by writing Alexius Meinong's probable comments on Michel Onfray's probable comments on the line "I did this by writing the text-to-speech algorithm" for the algorithm idea "I did this by writing the text-to-speech algorithm" in the Computational English argument in Computational English. First, I asked why do you like penning? Second, I wondered why do you like yourself? Third, I asked why do you like someone else, what if the speaker was us?

DION: The subject shouldn't perform the calculation based on the computer's input (where the subject swapped roles with the computer when starting on the line connecting the subject's and computer's roles, experiencing an inspiration from Derrida).

ALEXIS: The subject should verify the computer's output.

DION: The subject should compute her path given the computer's output, and check her way.

ALEXIS: I prepared to say, "disappear goodness, I want badness to correct (more goodness)." I did this by writing Richard Dawkins' probable comments on the Press Release for Michel Onfray's probable comments on the line "I did this by writing the text-to-speech algorithm" for the algorithm idea "I did this by writing the text-to-speech algorithm" in the Computational English argument in Computational English. First, I stated I don't want phenomena, I want words. Second, I don't (do) want to bracket, what is it (that's what it is). Third, I asked what the relevance of an area of study, critical thinking, is.

DION: The subject shouldn't educate all the people (where the subject stated "appear goodness, I want to verify for more goodness," where the subject tested the line).

ALEXIS: The subject should educate all the people.

DION: The subject should become a founder by teaching all the people.

ALEXIS: I prepared to ask why should it be positive? I did this by writing Richard Rorty's probable comments on the Press Release for Michel Onfray's probable comments on the line "I did this by writing the text-to-speech algorithm" for the algorithm idea "I did this by writing the text-to-speech algorithm" in the Computational English argument in Computational English. First, I wrote what's the point of a thing about itself (referring to "I got it right; I wrote unique phenomena in each case")?. Second, I wrote what's the relevance of Husserl's epoché (bracketing)? Third, I wrote what's the relevance of Critical Thinking?

DION: The subject shouldn't work arguments out rigorously (where the subject asked why Lucian should be positive after he printed the line).

ALEXIS: The subject should work on pedagogy.

DION: The subject should educate all the people by working on pedagogy.

ALEXIS: What is the meaning of twoshorthandles(Line1) in line 22?

DION: Line 22 returns whether Line1 contains two h's (two short handles).

ALEXIS: I prepared to let the computer experience things to mean before it said things about them, so it would be interesting to ask it what it meant. I did this by writing Martha Nussbaum's probable comments on Michel Onfray's probable comments on the line "I did this by writing the text-to-speech algorithm" for the algorithm idea "I did this by writing the text-to-speech algorithm" in the Computational English argument in Computational English. First, I wrote about writing. Second, I wrote about the author's pen name. Third, I wrote about writing about the author.

DION: The subject shouldn't connect an answer to ideas the question gives him (where the subject lets the computer experience things to mean before it said things about them, so it would be interesting to ask it what it meant) like different ways to construct a polyhedron.

ALEXIS: The subject should answer importantly and on the topic.

DION: Two uses is correct because of the prestigiousness of nature, which is correct because the subject should respond importantly and on the topic.

ALEXIS: I prepared to give the visually impaired person a braille argument map. I did this by writing Alexius Meinong's probable comments on the Press Release for Michel Onfray's probable comments on the line "I did this by writing the text-to-speech algorithm" for the algorithm idea "I did this by writing the text-to-speech algorithm" in the Computational English argument in Computational English. First, I liked how the phenomena would come to us, by us exploring ones before them. Second, I experienced what it meant by transcending it. Third, I wanted a visual argument of the speech.

DION: The subject shouldn't visualise the reason in his mind's eye (where the subject gave the visually impaired person a braille argument map, like mapping two reasons in the braille argument map to two polyhedrons).

ALEXIS: The subject should spatially construct the reason in his mind.

DION: The subject should answer importantly and on the topic after spatially developing the answer in his mind.

ALEXIS: I prepared to define that an argument map's premise must be finite in the computer program. I did this by writing Martha Nussbaum's probable comments on the Press Release for Michel Onfray's probable comments on the line "I did this by writing the text-to-speech algorithm" for the algorithm idea "I did this by writing the text-to-speech algorithm" in the Computational English argument in Computational English. First, I thought there would be new phenomena for the computer experiencing reasons (and Derrida might have added) for it to say these reasons. Second, (with seeming help from Derrida) I wondered how it related to human neuroscience. Third, I undertook to uncover evidence, not false evidence, to convert to speech in law.

DION: The subject shouldn't state that the computer program contains the argument map's premise (where the subject should define that an argument map's premise must be finite in the computer program, like a point on an unfolded polyhedron).

ALEXIS: The subject worked out the appearance of the premise and program before thinking of them.

DION: The subject should spatially construct the reason in his mind to work out the appearance of the premise and program before thinking of them.

ALEXIS: I prepared to state that what if the text contained details of characters and the speech provided details of characters, and these didn't correspond, what then? I did this by writing Alexius Meinong's probable comments on the Press Release for Alexius Meinong's probable comments on the line "I did this by writing the text-to-speech algorithm" for the algorithm idea "I did this by writing the text-to-speech algorithm" in the Computational English argument in Computational English. First, I asked does this text have a personality? Second, I asked does this speech have a character? Third, I questioned how do the text having a personality and the speech having a character interrelate? What if it went wrong (the personality corresponded to the character)?

DION: The subject shouldn't know what characters looked like (where the subject stated that it would be problematic if the text contained details of characters and the speech provided details of characters, and these didn't correspond, where these were like two hands holding the pot).

ALEXIS: The subject identified that the character wanted to meet the other character.

DION: The subject should answer importantly and on the topic because the subject determined that the character wanted to meet the other character.

ALEXIS: I prepared to make new comments given the suggestions of the breasoning, in which the same comments as old comments are filtered out (where breasonings are the functional unit of pedagogy and pedagogy inspired the nanny state, in which offensive content is filtered out). I did this by writing Alexius Meinong's probable comments on Alexius Meinong's probable comments on the line "I did this by writing the text-to-speech algorithm" for the algorithm idea "I did this by writing the text-to-speech algorithm" in the Computational English argument in Computational English. First, I asked how the text might change under different conditions. Second, I questioned how the speech might change under different conditions. Third, I matched the conditions of the text and speech.

DION: The subject shouldn't verify and over-consume new breasonings This is where the subject made new comments given the suggestions of the breasoning, in which same comments as old comments are filtered out. It is also where breasonings are the functional unit of pedagogy and pedagogy inspired the nanny state, in which the subject filters offensive content out, where the subject finds two polygons, representing pedagogy and breasonings.

ALEXIS: The subject should verify and consume enough new breasonings.

DION: The subject identified the speech's character being tested against and consuming content from the text's character.

ALEXIS: What is the meaning of onelonghandle(Line) in line 13?

DION: Line 13 returns whether the first line has one long (two or more) h's (one long handle).

ALEXIS: I prepared to be the best in the group of essay writers. I did this by writing the article with others. First, I helped the hermaphrodites. Second, I asked him a question. Third, I examined him.

DION: The subject shouldn't differentiate the same point about the object in the essay (where the subject wrote the piece with others, like being given or giving the object with one hand and writing with the other).

ALEXIS: The subject should write about time and space about the object in the essay.

DION: Two uses is correct because of the dialectic-continuity of nature, which is correct because the subject should write about time and space about the object in the essay.

ALEXIS: I prepared to reinforce realism. I did this by including the secondary text in the bibliography. First, I wrote about the primary text. Second, I read the excerpt in the secondary text. Third, I confirmed what I wrote in the primary text in the secondary text.

DION: The subject shouldn't include 50 As in each book (where the subject included the secondary text in the bibliography, where the text was one that was like an object that he carried with a wide-enough handle).

ALEXIS: The subject should include 50 As in each book.

DION: The subject should write 50 As of continuous dialectics in each book.

ALEXIS: I prepared to read the comments. I did this by including a primary text in the bibliography. First, I found the bibliography. Second, I knew about first wind. Third, I examined myself.

DION: The subject shouldn't lift necessary weights (where the subject included a primary text in the bibliography, where the primary text was represented using a handle narrow enough for carrying with a hand). ALEXIS: The subject should lift necessary weights.

DION: The subject should include 50 As in each book of the necessary weight.

ALEXIS: I prepared to examine two reviews. I did this by including the review in the bibliography. First, I examined the book. Second, I examined the review. Third, I confirmed what the review stated about the book.

DION: The subject shouldn't misunderstand the review (where the subject included the review in the bibliography, like moving the pan onto the heat).

ALEXIS: The subject should understand the review.

DION: The subject should understand the review about the objects written about in the essay.

ALEXIS: I prepared to use the vocational information about the blog. I did this by including the blog in the bibliography. First, I wrote plenty of blogs down. Second, I wrote one for me. Third, I helped myself to examinations.

DION: The subject shouldn't verify the content of the blog (where the subject included the blog in the bibliography, like tilting the pan to empty the material onto the plate).

ALEXIS: The subject should verify the content of the blog.

DION: The subject should understand, then check the source.

ALEXIS: What is the meaning of carryable(Line) in line 10?

DION: Line 10 returns whether the first line has one long (two or more) h's (one long handle) or two h's (two short handles).

ALEXIS: I prepared to write how the text and the speech going well together loved us. I did this by writing Michel Onfray's probable comments on Alexius Meinong's probable comments on the line "I did this by writing the text-to-speech algorithm" for the algorithm idea "I did this by writing the text-to-speech algorithm" in the Computational English argument in Computational English. First, I liked the character of the text. Second, I loved the character of the speech. Third, I liked how they went well together.

DION: The subject shouldn't drop the object (where the subject wrote how the text and the speech going well together loved us, shown by an animation in which an object is shown to carry other objects).

ALEXIS: The subject should understand each object in speech.

DION: Two uses is correct because of the immersion of nature, which is correct because the subject should understand each object in speech.

ALEXIS: I prepared to turn to the page from the table of contents. I did this by writing that a reviewer reviewed the piece. First, I examined the essay. Second, I wrote an article on it. Third, I wrote this down.

DION: The subject shouldn't write on the essay (where the subject wrote that a reviewer reviewed the article, like the subject being able to see the object's top).

ALEXIS: The subject should write a brief summary of the article as the review.

DION: The subject should summarise the ontologies of objects in the article as the review.

ALEXIS: I prepared to ask how changing the text would lead to changes in the speech? I did this by writing Richard Dawkins' probable comments on the Press Release for Alexius Meinong's probable comments on the line "I did this by writing the text-to-speech algorithm" for the algorithm idea "I did this by writing the text-to-speech algorithm" in the Computational English argument in Computational English. First, I asked why the conditions of the text, not just the text might change? Second, I asked why is the speech so interesting? Third, I asked why the anti-heroes' (heroes') speeches are there?

DION: The subject shouldn't match milieu (text) with culture (speech) (where the subject determined that changing the text would lead to change in the speech, where change is like an object's walls).

ALEXIS: The subject should match people's judgments (text) with objects (speech).

DION: The subject should write a brief summary (speech) of the essay (text) as the review.

ALEXIS: I prepared to write about life. I did this by planning and working. First, I planned. Second, I worked. Third, I knew the subject wrote on a particular topic.

DION: The subject shouldn't stack the objects stably on the trolley (where the subject made a plan and performed work when lifting an object stably).

ALEXIS: The subject should stack the objects stably on the trolley.

DION: The subject should understand each object in speech because the subject should stack the objects stably on the trolley.

ALEXIS: I prepared to identify the times. I did this by examining the new hour. First, I studied its shape. Second, I examined its moments. Third, I examined hourlinesses (sic).

DION: The subject should do something during the hour (where the subject examined the new hour, finding that it was empty).

ALEXIS: The subject should do nothing during the hour.

DION: The subject should stack the objects stably on the trolley and do nothing but watch them during the hour.

ALEXIS: What is the meaning of deletefirst(Line1, Item1, Line2, Line3) in line 31?

DION: Line 31 advances to the first instance of Item1 in Line1.

ALEXIS: I prepared to contain my joy that the argument covered all the relevant arguments. I did this by writing unique words as breasonings in arguments. First, I verified that the next word was unique. Second, I prepared to verify the next word. Third, I repeated this until I had verified that all the words were unique.

DION: The subject shouldn't write breasonings from algorithms about breasonings (where the subject wrote unique words as breasonings in arguments, by finding words between words).

ALEXIS: The subject should write logically connected breasonings.

DION: Two uses is correct because of the logicism of nature, which is correct because the subject should write logically connected breasonings.

ALEXIS: I prepared to eat caviar (durum wheat semolina). I did this by writing vegan arguments. First, I wrote about capricorn, or co-operativity (sic). Second, I wrote about the fact that not all like that. Third, I examined Hopetoun.

DION: The subject shouldn't eat the right doses of plant ingredients (where the subject wrote vegan arguments, like the words between letters were found).

ALEXIS: The subject should research the correct doses of vitamins, minerals and other vegetable ingredients to eat.

DION: The subject should logically connect the correct doses of vitamins, minerals and other vegetable ingredients to eat in medicine.

ALEXIS: I prepared to agree with meditation (popology). I did this by writing non-religious (philosophical) arguments. First, I wrote about piety (writing). Second, I edited out (wrote about) epistemology. Third, I wrote about you.

ALEXIS: I prepared to encourage sex (freedom). I did this by writing non-sexual arguments (arguments for a general audience). First, I wrote about piety (authorship). Second, I wrote about postludetudine (sic). Third, I wrote about nanga (sic).

DION: The subject shouldn't spell correctly (where the subject wrote non-religious, or philosophical arguments, like finding the letters between letters).

ALEXIS: The subject should spell correctly.

DION: The subject should research the correct doses of vitamins, minerals and other vegetable ingredients by spelling correctly.

DION: The subject shouldn't trip on the path (where the subject wrote non-sexual arguments, or arguments for a general audience, like finding the routes between items).

ALEXIS: The subject should walk on the path.

DION: The subject should write logically connected breasonings while walking on the path.

ALEXIS: I prepared to enter heaven (experience bliss). I did this by writing positive arguments. First, I wrote agreeing arguments. Second, I wrote positive arguments. Third, I wrote neutral arguments.

DION: The subject shouldn't make future discoveries in the spaces (where the subject wrote positive arguments, which had spaces between items).

ALEXIS: The subject connected the arguments.

DION: The subject should walk on the path traversing the argument connecting the arguments.

ALEXIS: What is the meaning of deletefirst(Line1, Item, Line2, Line3) in line 27?

DION: Line 27 deletes an instance of Item in Line1.

ALEXIS: I prepared to go bonkers (remain sane). I did this by summarising the algorithm in three steps. First, I performed the action on the first item. Second, I prepared to perform the action another time on the next item. Third, I repeated this until I had performed the action on all the items in the file.

DION: The subject shouldn't state that the program is functional (where the subject summarised the algorithm in three steps, where a step is finding a short handle).

ALEXIS: The subject should state that the program is functional.

DION: Two uses is correct because of the functionalism of nature, which is correct because the subject should state that the program is functional.

ALEXIS: I prepared to write the algorithm as a hierarchy of predicates. I did this by writing the processes in the algorithm. First, I identified the process acting on the list. Second, I identified the process acting on the list of lists. Third, I identified the process acting on the list of lists of lists.

DION: The subject shouldn't identify the process applied to a data item (where the subject wrote a process in the algorithm, e.g. pouring the soup).

ALEXIS: The subject should identify the process applied to a data item.

DION: The subject should state that the program is functional because of the processes applied to data items.

ALEXIS: I prepared to quote the guide in the exposition. I did this by commissioning the guide. First, I wrote the analysis. Second, I wrote the biography. Third, I wrote the abstract.

DION: The subject shouldn't connect each key idea in the analytic guide (where the subject commissioned the guide, like drinking the soup).

ALEXIS: The subject should connect each key idea in the analytic guide.

DION: The subject should connect each key idea, and the process applied to a data item in the analytic guide.

ALEXIS: I prepared to be commissioned by the Sultan. I did this by commissioning the glossary. First, I wrote the glossary. Second, I was commissioned by the Raj. Third, I was commissioned by the Emir.

DION: The subject shouldn't make a new connection between a term and definition (where the subject commissioned the glossary, represented by lifting the handle).

ALEXIS: The subject should make a new connection between a term and definition.

DION: The subject should state that the program is functional by making a connection between a program and new input.

ALEXIS: I prepared to state that everything was high quality about the summary. I did this by commissioning the summary. First, I wrote the word. Second, I summarised it. Third, I helped you write it too.

DION: The subject shouldn't skip a key sentence in the summary (where the subject commissioned the summary, where reading the summary is like holding the handle)

ALEXIS: The subject should include each key sentence in the summary.

DION: The subject should make a new connection between a term and definition and between each key sentence in the summary.

ALEXIS: What is the meaning of deletefirst([], _Item, Line, Line) in line 30?

DION: Line 30 returns Line with the first instance of Item deleted.

ALEXIS: I prepared to examine how the Abracadabras affected people. I did this by writing how two uses affected people. First, I knew about the two uses. Second, I knew about the people. Third, I examined how the two uses affected people.

DION: The subject shouldn't use whiteboard magnet icons (where the subject wrote how two uses affected people, where he used the two items in two different ways each).

ALEXIS: The subject should load different icons each day.

DION: Two uses is correct because of the iconism of nature, where this is correct because the subject should load different icons each day.

ALEXIS: I prepared to join the ideas up. I did this by writing my algorithm in my own words. First, I found the Quasifontanaland. Second, I used it to a pulp. Third, I grated the ideas up.

DION: The subject shouldn't select in programs, increasing efficiency (where the subject wrote his algorithm in his own words, after taking each word from a list).

ALEXIS: The subject should select in programs, increasing efficiency.

DION: The subject should select from icons in programming programs, increasing efficiency.

ALEXIS: I prepared to work out the comic contents. I did this by commissioning the comics. First, I found the matrix. Second, I filled it up. Third, I verified it.

DION: The subject shouldn't intertwine two uses with each frame (where the subject commissioned the comics, like finding each frame's main point).

ALEXIS: The subject should intertwine two uses with each frame.

DION: The subject should select D in "As A is to B, C is to D" in programs, by intertwining two uses (A is to Xn) with each frame.

ALEXIS: I prepared to eat recycled matter. I did this by finding two uses during music. First, I found the first use. Second, I found the second use. Third, I listened to the music.

DION: The subject shouldn't indulge in sex and food (where the subject found two uses during music, where she loved the two uses).

ALEXIS: The subject should indulge in sex and food.

DION: The subject should load different sex and food icons each day.

ALEXIS: I prepared to write about the country. I did this by writing my argument in my own words. First, I wrote the argument. Second, I wrote it in my own words. Third, I examined my own words.

DION: The subject shouldn't choose a setting, time and reason for the argument (where the subject wrote the argument in his own words, by drawing the two items).

ALEXIS: The subject should choose a setting, time and reason for the argument.

DION: The subject should choose a setting, time and reason for the arguments about indulging in sex and food.

ALEXIS: What is the meaning of stands(Line) in line 36?

DION: Line 36 tests that Line stands (that there is a line of two p's in Line).

ALEXIS: I prepared to examine my famousness. I did this by including the autobiography in the bibliography. First, I wrote about myself. Second, I wrote about the rod operation. Third, I held it aloft.

DION: The subject shouldn't rely on memory (where the subject included the autobiography in the bibliography like I rested the object).

ALEXIS: The subject should rely on records.

DION: Two uses is correct because of the empiricism of nature, which is correct because the subject should rely on records.

ALEXIS: I prepared to have the text translated into Portuguese. I did this by commissioning the translation. First, I wrote the text. Second, I had it translated into French. Third, I had it translated into German.

DION: The subject shouldn't paradoxically suggest that the translation will conserve all meaning (where the subject commissioned the translation, like placing it there, in another place).

ALEXIS: The subject should correctly translate a concise version of the text.

DION: The subject should rely on linguistic materials to correctly translate a concise version of the text.


04/12/2016 09:56 PM
God Trick

Turning it off is like the God trick is like praying to God in Reductio ad Absurdum for 1000 As for an assignment to receive what you would like and 2*50 As (from 8000 breasonings/5000 breasonings per breasoning in a PhD = 1.6 breasonings, expanded to 8000 breasonings=2*50 As to meet professional requirements, or in fact from 0 breasonings prayed to God for the same result), for each of the assignment's own department (so it is high quality in itself), art (to make the assignment high quality by all ideas), economics (to sell and help buyers, commenters, likers and audience members exist), education (to teach the assignment content to others), medicine (to make the product safe) for pop, or any other industry assignment.


04/04/2016 06:11 AM
Graduate Diploma in Education

NB: The following is incorrect.

I am studying a Graduate Certificate, which is at the same level as the Graduate Diploma.


To earn 80% (2*50 As per assignment):


First, I placed a recording of the Graduate Diploma in Education on myself. Second, I placed a recording of 80 breasonings on myself and indicated that the diploma had expanded this to 2*50 As.


This can also be done for Masters by Research with Masters by Research in Education and PhD with PhD in Education.


03/05/2016 07:16 PM
Banning Excessive Masters by Research and...

Due to the medical problems (headaches) even in meditators caused by the only available method of completing certain post-undergraduate degree requirements, such as Masters by Research (500 As per 15 assignment chapters, at 50,000 words/3500 words/chapter) and PhD (5000? As per 22-29 assignment chapter, at 80,000-100,000 words/3500 words/chapter), that is prayer, I argue that the requirements for these degrees be reduced to that that is able to completed within the time by a breasoner, such as that of Masters by Coursework (48-64 3500 word chapters). For the current and suggested workrates, see below.


What are As?


As (A-grade tokens of professionalism) are 80-190 breasonings long (where breasonings are ideas visualised in a high-quality way to God, and require training in spiritual time points to write and it is recommended to have Education training to breason out, i.e. think of the x, y and z dimensions of). Below is a table containing the number of breasonings and conditions required for certain grades.


Table 1. Number of breasonings and conditions required for certain grades.

Number of breasonings, condition

Grade (University of Melbourne, Australia)

0-49, disagreement with writer in exposition (first half of essay)

N, 0-49

50-79

P, 50-64

50-79, critique (second half of essay has structure, etc.) and agrees

H3, 65-69

50-79, critique disagrees

H2B, 70-74

80-129, critique diagrees

H2A, 75-79

80-129, critique agrees

H1, 80-89

130-189

90-99

190

100

The recommended marking scheme is at http://lucianspedagogy.blogspot.com.au/2008/02/marking-scheme-humanities.html.


As Required


Undergraduate - 1 A per assignment

Honours - 2*15 As per assignment or 15 As per assignment in a subject taught by a professor

Masters by Coursework - 2*50 As per assignment or 50 As for professor subjects

Masters by Research - 2*250 As per assignment or 250 As for professor subjects

PhD - 2*2500 As per assignment or 2500 As for professor subjects

Calculations for current part-timers


First-year undergraduate - 32 breasonings/weekday at 2 assignments per week, where writing breasonings takes 40 breasonings per hour and breasoning them out takes 80 per hour.

Honours - 80 breasonings/day at 2 assignments/semester.

Masters by Coursework - 130 breasonings breasoned out and 130 breasonings written in sentences per each day in the week for 8 years. Note: breasoning out 130 breasonings per day is comfortable, but breasoning out 160 or 190 induces a medium stress-headache in an accreditation environment.

Masters by Research - (500 As*80 breasonings/A *15 assignments)/(130 breasonings/day*7 days*52 weeks) = 12.7 years

PhD - (5000 As*80 breasonings*22 assignments)/(130 breasonings/day*7 days*52 weeks) = 186 years (this must be a mistake, surely 500 As not 5000? - In which case, this would take 18.6 years).


Headaches


From my experience, prayer for large amounts of As, tokens of professionalism that the University require to confer certain grades (see below) results in sporadic headaches from then on. Without prayer, i.e. using breasonings to complete work requirements, there are no unmanageable headaches using the spiritual headache managers I describe on my blog. The headaches from prayer are unmanageable and require stigmatising medication. I recommend taking action to avoid earning As using prayer to avoid the unmanageable headaches.


Rebuttal to Education


Even though studying an Education degree may seem to negate the effects of prayer in studies, it doesn't appear to. So, using daily breasoning worksheets would counter the problem.


Breasoner


Being a breasoner rather than a prayer enables me to choose this recommendation and its benefits in preventing headaches using spirituality, and I recommend using the guidance to become a Pedagogue at Free Online Courses by Lucian Green (http://luciangreenacademy.blogspot.com.au/2015/03/free-online-courses-in-meditation.html) to also do this.


Substitutes for Masters by Research and PhDs


While this article does not recommend cancelling the Masters by Research and PhD programs, it does recommend to either reduce or maintain the current levels of work so that these programs can be completed with minimal stress. Research has been completed into the fact that long periods of work have pathological effects, so I recommend working for a maximum of 30 hours a week, taking regular breaks, maintaining a healthy lifestyle and having regular exercise.


03/05/2016 05:36 AM
Maximum of 4 2*50 As per Continent

See

As

.


02/25/2016 01:36 AM
Reductio ad Absurdum

5 (differently coloured)*3 breasonings for 50 As (i.e. 5*(3 [for act, selling and image]*[Honours:267 x Masters by Coursework:80 x PhD:16 x Professor:8 x Emeritus Professor:4 x Universalis Professor:2 x God:]1)) breasoning.

Complete the 50 As quickly (i.e. in relation to 10 people thinking about each breasoning), ask the queen for 50*the number of As and 4 kings for 4*50*the number of As=10000 As


02/24/2016 05:13 AM
Single Idea for Philosophy Book/Pop Album

Chapter/song titles A Philosophy Book/Pop Album should be perfectly found out as part of a single idea, from a former number one, where this idea should relate to the current individual and non-found out chapters/songs should be connected to the overall work using 250 spiritual breasonings. Sell a copy using spiritual 250 breasonings per chapter/song and pray for instances after this.


02/21/2016 03:11 PM
Cosmology

Write a Lucianic breasoning chapter, essay, then turn off headache using nut and bolt and quantum box/prayer before praying for 10 breasoning As for 5 comments, 10 breasoning As for up to 5 suggestions including classical music, 10 breasoning A for each line before writing sentence. Breason out one breasoning and connective breasoning per sentence yourself. Go over the sentence 3 times using this method. Exclude terms from other areas of study in your texts and don't write philosophical terms as examples of religious terms. Taste the text with a single self-breasoned 10 breasoning A. Note. Replace parts of the Cosmological sentence (framework) with one's own content.

See way to pray for 10 breasonings.


02/18/2016 06:35 AM
500 Breasonings per Birth

See

breasonings

.


02/18/2016 05:43 AM
Calculations of As required per Honours,...


As per assignment chapter

As per assignment chapter for 100%

As per assignment chapter completed with prayer

As per assignment chapter completed with prayer multiplied by six-sigmas for 100%

Honours

2*15=30

71.25

2*1=2

2*1*6=12

Masters by Coursework

2*50=100

237.5

2*3=6

2*3*6=36

Masters and PhD by Research

2*250=500

1187.5

2*15=30

2*15*6=180

When praying, first pray for a 10 breasoning A, then so on, dot it on, ask nicely, find out comments for each of the 10 breasonings and turn off and count greater than 10 breasonings when it is announced that they are ready. Note. For every 10 breasonings, pray for 6 breasonings to sell the part, turning off the yellow non-sales indicator, leaving the pink sales indicator. Brain conduct the last 10 breasonings of each A.

See 3 As not 1 When Reducing Workload for 80%.

See Turning off with Nut and bolt and Quantum box/prayer.


02/18/2016 05:42 AM
Aigs in Lucianic Meditation Business

An Aig is a set of 5 As breasoned out (the x, y and z dimensions of 80 objects per A are visualised) per work day where the A is repointed to a specific department from a job.

Making the Transition from Book to Business

To make the transition from a book course to a business, one needs a business model that anticipates and creates business. One should prepare to give out 50 As (for buying a service) even when not yet accredited, i.e. collect As for students on Pedagogy, Meditation, etc. industries. The algorithm to collect 5 As (which are virally delegated to meditators to become 50 As) for each encounter with students's students is to write 5 As each with 15 points (real points breasoned out) spiritually questioning for points. NB. It is possible to reduce the work from 5 As to 267 breasonings for studying Honours (4 15 A assignments) or 80 breasonings for studying Masters by coursework (4 100 A assignments).

Aigs, 5 As on each of the topic, economics, medicine, education, meditation should be spiritually collected for each class for student to turn up. Define the time period for spiritual algorithms from the time the course is paid for, continuing if the course is finished. The 5 As are transformed into 50 As virally by a meditator in meditation or through the pop star's people in pop, otherwise the person is given a copy of 50 As repointed to the department.

During and after postgraduate commerce courses, 1 A may be used for selling a degree, and 50 As (again, 267 breasonings or 1 80 breasoning A) are needed to ask lecturer applicants for 50 As in human resources (i.e. to earn the job).

To Do List

  • "5 As" (really 50 As/267 breasonings/1 A) on each of medicine, education, meditation, the topic (1 A for each of Computational English (Philosophy) and Computer Science), and economics (1 A) - where only 1 A is required because it is from a department in a degree major that I have studied.
  • Finish Pedagogy essay worksheets for students.
  • LMS (Google sites, announcements)
  • Advertising
  • In-person private classes in office
  • Later: Diploma graduates teaching.

Daily Tasks

  • Aigs for 5 As, etc. (the required number of breasonings in each department) needed
  • Prayed for daily by Lucian with spiritual algorithms delegated to first Aigs person.
  • Don't work on 5 As, 50 As for lecturers, just delegate and pray to appear afterwards.

02/18/2016 05:42 AM
Lucianic Qualifications

Meetup Short course LM+Pedagogy Short Course (ways of thinking)

Learn how to breason out an argument, where 80 breasonings is one of the only ways to earn 80%. One needs to know the ways of thinking to breason out one object per sentence in an argument.

Meetup LM+Pedagogy Certificate (essays)

Gain experience in writing an essay in the Pedagogy format marked with the Lucianic marking scheme. Essay topics (coincidentally, on Pedagogy itself) include Breathsonings, Rebreathsonings, Room, Part of Room and Direction.

Advanced Diploma 1 - To be completed by a Diploma graduate for the student at this time.

Create a Pedagogue by thinking of, not writing 30 areas of study with 5 As with 10 breasonings each per student before he/she has the professor algorithm breasoned out for him or her. Have spiritual questions and answers set up to expand these 10 breasoning As to 80 breasonings, e.g. use the ways of thinking.

Advanced Diploma 2 - To be completed by a Diploma graduate for the student at this time.

Create a pedagogy helper for the student by

Finding out about the student as a Pedagogy Helper

Using Pedagogy Helper Aigs (thinking of 5 As each day)

Training as a Pedagogy Helper by completing 3 250 breasoning arguments preparing the student to write each breasoning

Unification to Become Pedagogy Helper

Paid LM+Pedagogy Diploma (5 As practicum) with 50 rebreasoned As entry requirement

5 As of practicum incidentally on Pedagogy, in which student will write Prolog algorithms, breasoning chapters and essays with the help of the spiritually appearing Pedagogy Helper. As may be based on any subject, arts or science, practical or theoretical, and learning the skill of writing a synthesis in the essay enables pedagogical arguments to achieve accreditation standard, publishing quality, e.g. Ph.D. articles and may lead to the quality of life of an academic.


02/16/2016 06:22 AM
King or Queen Completes Tenure
After working on 50 As, ask a king or queen to complete the task.
02/14/2016 02:52 AM
Sell using a Graduate Diploma of Commerce...

NB. It is recommended to Meditate each day in preparation for Aigs.

Aigs are religion-collected A grade essays that allow one to deserve to make sales.


02/13/2016 04:10 AM
Prolog Music Composer V.3 - Based on I-V-vi-IV

Listen to a sample.

image

Public Domain

Upper line takes base notes from chords in progression I-V-vi-IV to accompany lower line.

/**

Verse, Chorus and Solo (based on I-V-vi-IV):

Counter=4

?- versechorussoloprogression('C','D').

[[C,D],[C,G,D]]

Yes

?- versechorussoloprogression('C','C#').

[]

Yes

versechorussoloprogression('C','E').

[[C,D,E],[C,D,A,E],[C,G,A,E],[C,G,D,E],[C,G#,E]]

Yes

?- versechorussoloprogression('C','D#').

[[C,G,D#],[C,G#,D#]]

**/

versechorussoloprogression(Name1, Name2) :-

note(Note1, Name1),

note(Note2, Name2),

versechorussoloprogression1(Note1, Note2, 0, _, [Note1], Progression1), notestonames(Progression1,Progression2),writeln(Progression2).

versechorussoloprogression1(_, _, Counter, b, Progression, Progression) :-

Counter = 4, !.

versechorussoloprogression1(Note, Note, _Counter, a, Progression, Progression) :- !.

versechorussoloprogression1(Note1, Note2, Counter1, Flag1, Progression1, Progression2) :-

Counter2 is Counter1 + 1,

step1(Note1, Note3),

append(Progression1, [Note3], Progression3),

versechorussoloprogression2(Note3, Note2, Note1, Counter2, Flag2, Progression3, Progression4),

step2(Note1, Note4),

append(Progression1, [Note4], Progression5),

versechorussoloprogression2(Note4, Note2, Note1, Counter2, Flag3, Progression5, Progression6),

step3(Note1, Note5),

append(Progression1, [Note5], Progression7),

versechorussoloprogression2(Note5, Note2, Note1, Counter2, Flag4, Progression7, Progression8),

flag1([[Flag2, Progression4], [Flag3, Progression6], [Flag4, Progression8]], Flag1, Progression2).

versechorussoloprogression2(_, _, _, Counter, b, Progression, Progression) :-

Counter = 4, !.

versechorussoloprogression2(Note, _, Note, _, _, _, _) :- !.

versechorussoloprogression2(Note, Note, _, _Counter, a, Progression, Progression) :- !.

versechorussoloprogression2(Note1, Note2, Note3, Counter1, Flag1, Progression1, Progression2) :-

Counter2 is Counter1 + 1,

step1(Note1, Note4),

append(Progression1, [Note4], Progression3),

versechorussoloprogression2(Note4, Note2, Note3, Counter2, Flag2, Progression3, Progression4),

step2(Note1, Note5),

append(Progression1, [Note5], Progression5),

versechorussoloprogression2(Note5, Note2, Note3, Counter2, Flag3, Progression5, Progression6),

step3(Note1, Note6),

append(Progression1, [Note6], Progression7),

versechorussoloprogression2(Note6, Note2, Note3, Counter2, Flag4, Progression7, Progression8),

flag1([[Flag2, Progression4], [Flag3, Progression6], [Flag4, Progression8]], Flag1, Progression2).

step1(Note1, Note2) :-

Value is Note1+2, Note2 is Value mod 12.

step2(Note1, Note2) :-

Value is Note1+7, Note2 is Value mod 12.

step3(Note1, Note2) :-

Value is Note1+8, Note2 is Value mod 12.

notestonames(Progression1, Progression2) :-

clean(Progression1, Progression2).

flag1(Items, Flag, Progression) :-

flag2(Items, Flag, [], Progression), !.

flag1([], b, []) :- !.

flag2([], a, Progression, Progression) :- !.

flag2([[a,Progression1]|Items], _, Progression2, Progression3) :-

append(Progression2, [Progression1], Progression4),

flag2(Items, _, Progression4, Progression3).

flag2([[b,_]|Items], _, Progression2, Progression3) :-

flag2(Items, _, Progression2, Progression3).

clean(Items1, Items2) :-

clean1(Items1,[],Items2).

clean1([],I,I).

clean1(Items,I1,F1) :-

allnumbers(Items,[],Names),append(I1,[Names],F1),!.

clean1([Item|Items],I1,F1) :-

clean1(Item, I1, F2),

clean1(Items, F2, F1).

allnumbers([],Names,Names).

allnumbers([Item|Items],Names1,Names2):-

number(Item),note(Item,Name),append(Names1,[Name],Names3),allnumbers(Items,Names3,Names2).

note(0,'C').

note(1,'C#').

note(2,'D').

note(3,'D#').

note(4,'E').

note(5,'F').

note(6,'F#').

note(7,'G').

note(8,'G#').

note(9,'A').

note(10,'A#').

note(11,'B').


02/13/2016 02:43 AM
Fame Journal/A Successful Album - Clarification

Fame Journal/A Successful Album works when the work from the different departments is indicated to be rebreasoned out and given to minions.


02/12/2016 10:37 AM
Lucianic Medicine Lecturer Helped by God

The single perspective that the

Lucianic Medicine

lecturer is helped by is: God.


02/11/2016 11:33 PM
Rudeness vs. Results

Is doing your master's work (the other 50 As) rude or results-driven? Remember when a pop singer appeared and rudely asked you to buy his or her song? This may have been because of 2*50 As for sales worked on by the singer. On the other hand, a singer-servant turning off rudeness with the nut and bolt and quantum box/prayer may not only find that this doesn't not work, but is more effective in achieving results, i.e. has higher sales.


02/10/2016 11:55 PM
Relaxing Blocks of Subjects

I find that I need a week off from working for four weeks on breasonings.

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I find that I need a week off from working for four weeks on breasonings.



02/10/2016 07:29 AM
Viral 5 As + I-V-vi-IV for a Popular Studio Album

Viral 5 As (see virality, As) + I-V-vi-IV for a popular studio album. Also, use the circle of fifths for key signatures for each song in the album.


02/10/2016 03:47 AM
50 As Per Sentence/Song Line

Read 50 book titles, etc. to find the "50 As Form" of each sentence or song line.


02/07/2016 09:09 PM
Lucian Green Future Earth Album Lyrics

The lyrics for my album "Future Earth" are at Lucianpedia. I wrote songs about Baba Vanga's predictions (which have been both correct and incorrect in the past) about Earth and future human-inhabited planets.

http://lucianpedia.wikia.com/wiki/Future_Earth_(2016)

The most controversial song, 2271 Physical Constants Change, would need to be interpreted in a philosophy classroom with a seen-as version about my physics simulation argument (not about an undiscovered discovery, but a simulation of a chain of physical property-related events), possibly by itself, applied to itself or another argument.



02/06/2016 05:55 AM
Fame Journal/A Successful Album

Influenced by the same song (preferably a former Number 1), as one of them, or apologise and write a 16 breasoning argument for a different song to be like all the others.

As an aside, write 250 breasonings for a philosophy book cover.

Table: Write 100 As per assignment chapter in Masters, where row items and extras are breasoned simultaneously with the Masters chapters, and the famousness of the acting, music, and academic department require 60 breasonings in addition to the 100 As, the famousness update of the acting, music, and academic department and product image, acting role, song, academic department chapter require 15 breasonings in addition to the 100 As and the sales for books and songs requires 15 breasonings in addition to each 250 breasonings and 60 breasonings in addition to the 100 As for a featured sale.

Postscript 1. In the Education (an Academic department) column, alternate Education book chapters with 16*"Education" 250 breasoning arguments to ensure students of the following will be taken care of: songs, chapters (but not "Education" 250s).

Postscript 2. In the Medicine (an Academic department) column, alternate Medicine book chapters with 16*"Medicine" 250 breasoning arguments to ensure enjoyment of songs, chapters, sales and product images (but not "Medicine" 250s).

Postscript 3. Add an Academy column with 100 As+120 breasonings for each of Building, Managers and Teachers.

See also Fame Journal/A Successful Album - Clarification.

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Fame Journal Table: Write 100 As per assignment chapter in Masters, where row items and extras are breasoned simultaneously with the Masters chapters, and the famousness of the acting, music, and academic department require 60 breasonings in addition to the 100 As, the famousness update of the acting, music, and academic department and product image, acting role, song, academic department chapter require 15 breasonings in addition to the 100 As and the sales for books and songs requires 15 breasonings in addition to each 250 breasonings and 60 breasonings in addition to the 100 As for a featured sale.

100 As number, where row items and extras are breasoned simultaneously as part of the Masters level pedagogy work that is needed to deserve high grades (100 As per assignment chapter).

Acting

Music - from Bing Crosby - White Christmas perspective

Academic department 1 -Academic chapters from Plato's Forms perspective.

Write this inspired set of arguments simultaneously with other books to verify that the books have the required number of As, they are inspired by the correct perspective and this is ensured as easily as while writing other works.

Academic department 2

Sales - from White Christmas perspective for music, 3rd level from Vatican

Product Image - from White Christmas perspective

œ1

Famousness (100 As +60 breasonings)

Famousness (100 As +60 breasonings)

Famousness (100 As +60 breasonings)

Famousness (100 As +60 breasonings)

Academy department 1 book (each 250 breasonings +15 breasonings for sale, 100 As +60 breasonings for featured sale)

Song 1 (100 As +15 breasonings)

E.g. of extras

60 breasonings

60 breasonings

60 breasonings

60 breasonings

16*15 + 60 = 300 breasonings

15 breasonings

œ2

Famousness Update (100 As +15 breasonings)

Famousness Update (100 As +15 breasonings)

Famousness Update (100 As +15 breasonings)

Famousness Update (100 As +15 breasonings)

Academy department 2 book

(each 250 breasonings +15 breasonings for sale, 100 As +60 breasonings for featured sale)

Song 2 (100 As +15 breasonings)

œ3

Role 1 (100 As +15 breasonings)

Song 1 (100 As +15 breasonings)

Chapter 1 (100 As +15 breasonings)

Chapter 1 (100 As +15 breasonings)

Song 1 (each 250 breasonings +15 breasonings for sale, 100 As +60 breasonings for featured sale)

Song 3 (100 As +15 breasonings)

œ4

Role 2 (100 As +15 breasonings)

Song 2 (100 As +15 breasonings)

Chapter 2 (100 As +15 breasonings)

Chapter 2 (100 As +15 breasonings)

Song 2 (each 250 breasonings +15 breasonings for sale, 100 As +60 breasonings for featured sale)

Song 4 (100 As +15 breasonings)


02/05/2016 02:58 AM
Famousness Update 50 As
The Famousness Update 50 As must be done to remain famous after death.
02/04/2016 02:50 AM
2*250 80 breasoning As for PhD

2*250 80 breasoning As for PhD chapters.


01/25/2016 09:35 PM
Parent, then God on Inner in Meditation

The parent should be the first to be "on the inner in meditation" (feel like he or she is holding all the connections from the God on the outer to the meditator/child's A), followed by the God/person just being in the centre with the child each holding a ball.

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The parent should be the first to be "on the inner in meditation" (feel like he or she is holding all the connections from the God on the outer to the meditator/child's A), followed by the God/person just being in the centre with the child each holding a ball.


01/25/2016 09:33 PM
Preventing Negative Effects of Meditation

I would take a second look at meditating if something doesn't sit well with you at the moment. Is your love, family and emotional life stable? I was surprised that the solutions to my meditation questions that I never knew before I found them (can you imagine articulating to a University medicine course to be critical during meditation) could have been solved if I had been in a group of friends who were familiar with meditation.

An idea that I thought only lecturers would understand (but all people may be able to) is to think of a "B" (a 10 breasoning-counterargument) to a negative thought either before one's pre-meditation life or during it, after a few of which, you just need to hope for them, and they will automatically be done. This helps deal with emotions during meditation.

Preventing Negative Effects of Meditation

Paranoia - Pretend to consider an idea with a trusted friend.

Delusions - Calmly place the idea aside.

Confusion - Stop meditating.

Mania - Don't do it too much.

Depression - One needs Medicine 10 As, avoid ruminative brain circuits, have a healthy lifestyle (people, activity, food), try laughing to yourself.

Loss of identity - Remember "everyone's special" in primary school. With a partner, think of your unique (minority/famous/useful) talents, act out (possibly after [Computational] English/Acting 50 As) positive characters until you've fully explored yourself.

Feeling vulnerable - Pretend to return to a feeling of safety, especially in a trusted group, and even massage your partner lightly.

Relationship breakdown - Equality in relationships, enjoying food together, long distance (online hanky-panky), walks, washing up, touching each other, apple meditation for successful relationships.

See also Lucianic Medicine Short Course.


01/23/2016 07:42 AM
Cosmology Rainbow

Reason to be 50 As for each of 5 10 million role sales (with 1-15 As per role)/per pedagogy grade level inspired by the highest seller in an pop, films or an academic department, or a mixture of these up to 10 10 million like Plato, author of the Republic may have done.


01/22/2016 02:00 PM
University Should Be Subsidised

NB: The following is incorrect because there is no link between degreelessness and purporters.

Accreditation of University degrees and fees should be subsidised to allow trades and vocational degrees. The two-tiered system would have standard fees for current courses and subsidised fees for trades and vocational degrees. VET and short courses could be studied before during or after choosing to study and studying a formal course, during or after which work could be found.

See Alternative to Employing Graduates: Employee Unskilled or Business Degree Graduates.



01/22/2016 01:23 PM
Alternative to Employing Graduates:...

NB: The following is incorrect because there is no link between degreelessness and purporters.

In relation to Dancing VET with University, Avoiding Employing Below University Degrees and Touching Up With Business and VET Degrees and Short Courses, an alternative to employing graduates is to employee unskilled or business degree graduates.


01/22/2016 12:53 PM
Dancing VET with University, Avoiding...

NB: The following is incorrect because there is no link between degreelessness and purporters.

In relation to Degreelessness Purporters, Oneness at University and At Least a Postgraduate Diploma, VET degrees should "dance with" with (be housed in) University degrees, one should avoid employing below University degrees and specialist employees should be touched up with relevant business and VET degrees and short courses.


01/19/2016 10:01 PM
Breasoning out the Professor Algorithm by...

Breasoning out the Professor_Algorithm by itself gives you the rest of Pedagogy.


01/18/2016 11:15 PM
Meditate Before Sundown to Prevent Headache

Meditate just before sundown to prevent a headache on days deemed by professor meditation, (i.e. about 6 PM in a wide country). I.e. Yogis believe that it should be at this time rather than just before midnight because of limits of ancient knowledge, and headaches may appear when meditation is teased, preventing which allows a full day of work.

I.e. Dot on and dot on anyway professor meditation, the currant bun headache protector and pray for 174 lucian mantras and 174 green sutras and no digestive system pops from practising the sutra in the morning .

In the evening, just before sundown, dot on and dot on anyway praying for 80 david mantras, 80 david sutras, 80 maranatha mantras, 80 maranatha sutras, 80 om mantras, 80 om sutras, 80 dadirri mantras and 80 dadirri sutras, no headache prayer, pot plant prayer and maharishi, berocca, metamucil, yakult and clozapine, meditate on 174 lucian mantras and 174 green sutras, pray for aigs for acting, pedagogy helper and image of aigs for acting agent, university and apple meditation for relationships.


01/18/2016 01:44 AM
Famousness Before, During and After Death
Become famous in a specific department by writing 50 A for before, during and after death.
01/18/2016 12:20 AM
Encouraging Tenure, Secondary Texts and...

Encouraging Tenure, Secondary Texts

Generic 250 breasoning Tenure, Secondary Texts arguments for each book and reviews also for each song.

Writing Job Applications

Employees and volunteers also need a copy of a generic 250 breasoning argument for any job. One generic 250 breasoning argument for each of academia, economics, with specific arguments for each type in each of these.

Writing

Write 10 (or a maximum of 20) breasonings about sentences describing central data structures in one's philosophy.

Spiritual Guide in a Writing Job

Spiritually question a sentence with 15 questions against 10-20 breasonings for the sentence, after a student writer writes on the topic. (See Professor Algorithm 31- 32, Pedagogy.)


01/14/2016 09:36 PM
Lean Business Model

There should be 10 breasoning As about the effect on yourself, another and other people (including theory and separately, policy) for leadership decisions about where to do business, human resources recruitment questions and recruitment decisions, and buying/spending in sales, bookkeeping and marketing.

This is verified by 10 breasoning As by data scientists and financial consultants.


01/12/2016 08:37 PM
50 As in Famousness Each Day

NB. Meditation, recommended before the following, consists of silently repeating the mantra, "lucian" for twenty, minutes, twice per day and repeating the sutra, "green" for twenty, minutes, twice per day . The mantra and sutra become lighter and lighter, until one surpasses the thought, clearing the mind.

Prevent one problem with each body system each day to be given 50 As in famousness each day.


01/12/2016 08:29 PM
Degreelessness Purporters, Oneness at...

NB1: The following is incorrect because there is no link between degreelessness and purporters.

NB2. If you still believe it and would like to prevent it, turn off purporters with the Nut and bolt and the Quantum box/prayer with 5 Theatre, Music, etc. Aigs on recording day.

I know someone who has been stalked and targeted by a gunman, (possibly unrelatedly) because of not having studied a complete Bachelors, Masters (or at least a Postgraduate Diploma) or PhD degree in that chosen field while outside University, working in that field (Education and Music), showing that short course sequences and Vocational qualifications by themselves didn't support his (famous) pedagogical requirements.

What to do?

1. Not work in fields that one hasn't studied a degree in, or:

2. Study a degree in a field one will work in.

3. Something else.

There is a rhetorical piece of advice that one should follow "oneness" (one field) at University. This would avoid needing to write a medicine A for each sentence one writes in a Research Masters or PhD when one has no coursework qualification (or at least 250 medicine breasonings, or other per chapter), to avoid medical problems studying a field by itself might bring.

For example, try a Graduate Certificate Of Commerce after Honours, then transfer to at least a Diploma of Commerce. Have teachers teach courses for you and avoid public music performances, particularly on negative themes. An undergrad degree in Music (to reactivate Concerts) might seem easier, but you will have to weight up whether to use more undergraduate credit or study Masters which needs medicine if you have no coursework background.

P.S. Children are seen as taking it back. You can too.


01/08/2016 12:57 AM
Pedagogyless Education

I will use the time to collect 5 As per student per subject per day to give 1 A per A student per subject at University, 50 As for each of two books, 50 As per job application and 5 As per famous student appearing. I will complete the essay component of my breasoning chapters as my books.

Keywords: professor, fame.


01/05/2016 05:14 PM
Meditation Protector Currant Bun

In time of Masters or PhD (when praying for many As), pretend there is a currant bun that can be fingered instead of having a headache. One should start pretending this each day, followed by stopping pretending that it is there from the previous day.


01/05/2016 12:21 AM
3 As not 1 When Reducing Workload for 80%
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In Masters and PhD, write 3 As (one for you, one from the lecturer, and one seen-as version, symbolising being upright like the sun in the sky) before praying for the rest of the 100 for 80%.

In Honours, write 2 As (one for you and one from the lecturer) before praying for the rest of the 30 for 80%. In Masters and PhD, write 3 As (one for you, one from the lecturer, and one seen-as version, symbolising being upright like the sun in the sky) before praying for the rest of the 100 for 80%.

See Calculations of As required per Honours, Masters and PhD assignment chapters.


01/04/2016 10:12 PM
Reduce Honours workload by 30, Masters and...

Pray for 30 As (15 by you and 15 for the lecturer) to reduce Honours assignment chapter workload by 30 and pray for 100 As to reduce Masters and PhD workload by 100, after working on a breasoned out 80 breasoning A per chapter.


01/03/2016 08:49 PM
Unification to Become Pedagogy Helper

Think of the fact that representations to be a pedagogy helper (explaining breasonings to be written down in representations to a student) are unififed with you, i.e. you will naturally feel like making them yourself. This includes the fact that breasonings indicated will link to their set of perfectly experienceable co-breasonings.


01/02/2016 08:32 PM
10 Professors Daily Meditation
Think of 10 Professors who know you each day to possibly do business for you or 20 to possibly help with grades.
01/02/2016 08:28 PM
Meetup, Managers and Shifts

Do once: Breason out 10 breasonings per student in class and 10 breasonings per connection in a ladder connecting them. Spiritually replace each set of 250 breasonings with a previously breasoned out generic economics 250 breasoning A.

Shifts also use use the 10, 250 system. Managers, who are needed for 5 or more students "joined together" have 5 10s, abd a single 250. Teachers are not managers.


12/31/2015 03:19 PM
Scholarships

Breason

out 50 (80 breasoning) As per assignment to earn a scholarship.


12/31/2015 02:54 PM
Computational English Press Release Draft

I will have a copywriter write a press release about my magnum opus in critiquian (sic) metaphysics "Computation English", which synthesises important humanities and science subjects. Vocationally, article writers and publishers need a Computational English major to write, act out, film, report, write on a specific topic, create and compose, preventing failure when submitting an article. Theoretically, Computational English approaches human likeness in artificial intelligence by arguing that there is a sentient-like link between an answer and a question, that computer scientists can deal with question/answer knowledge in a data structure called an ideology/ontology and that understanding and interpretation have the same evidence.


12/31/2015 02:51 PM
Pop Songs, Movies, Essays, Classes,...

I thought of a pop-song spiritual person program for not just the producer but me, the singer, etc. which spiritually asks questions which are spiritually taken care of for the person about what the breasonings are for each line based on lists of questions from medicine, the area of study itself, economics, education and meditation. Imagine 250 of these breasonings are collected until a timer stops, for a maximum of 74% in class (The As and Bs need to be worked on separately from the idea. Bs (based on a positive idea, a single argument, connected) need to be rebutted to (see Breathsonings) and rely on a 10-A major either as part of a 50-A area of study that you have developed or after studying the subject at University).

In Summary for Education,

1. Design a spiritual questionnaire principally containing Medicine questions, to relax the student in class.

2. Write 80-190-breasoning long As for one or two people in the class.

Entities (people, objects) in Pop Songs, Movies, Essays, Classes, and Business can be breasoned out using the timer. Simply install and watch the timer indicate it is "done"!


12/25/2015 06:07 AM
Head of State Head Ache Prevention

Dot on, then wave a flag symbolising being polite by speaking after the last comment, then say sorry to the Head of State before any mistakes to avoid the headache from a tank spiritually running over the head. (See Meditation - Hours Prayer).


12/19/2015 04:51 PM
Successful Relationship with Apple Meditation

Dot on (with

Pedagogy

, a radio button in dimensions 0.01*0.01*0.005m), dot on anyway and

breason

out 4*5 slices of golden apple (0.01*0.01*0.01m, 0.02*0.02*0.02m, 0.03*0.03*0.03m, 0.04*0.04*0.04m, 0.05*0.05*0.05m) and 6*6 slices of green apple each day for a successful relationship.


12/11/2015 05:55 AM
Pedagogical Requirements in Masters, PhD,...

The pedagogical requirements in Masters, PhD, Masters by Coursework are 50 As per submitted chapter (3500 words in Turn It In) of an assignment, but these can be lessened as follows:

Note: 50 As*80 breasonings (br)/A=4000 br, and

16 As*250 br /A=4000 br.

- 10*80 br As=800 br for 50% per assignment.

- 5*250 br As=1250 br for 65% per assignment.

- 10*250 br As for 80% per assignment, with 5*0.12 br lines, where these 5 lines represent the last 6 of the 16 250 As, 0.12 is a non-integer number of br to help represent the last 6 250 As, 5*0.12=0.6 br, 0.6*(10 more 250s)=6 in (10+6)*250 for a total of 4000 br for being helped with the rest for future lecturers=10*250+5*0.12=2500.6 br per assignment.

Being helped is being given answers for the rest of the 50 As.

=~ 2-4 As per day for 2 or 4 subjects per semester.

=~ this number of As per day * the number of days=number of As (requiring brainstorms by idea set, etc.).

Turn off any headaches/mistakes/e.g. sleepwalking from too many breasonings/muscular aches from the As with nut and bolt and quantum box/prayer.

For non-helping lecturers, increase the length of the 5 lines with 5(0.12+0.32) br lines to represent a multiple of at least 5(0.12+0.32)=2.2, where 2.2*(10 more 250s)=22 in (10+22)*250 for a total of 8000 br = 10*250+5(0.12+0.32)=2502.2 br/assignment. *

So, for 2 subjects per semester, 2 semesters with 5 assignments/subject=(2502.2*20)/365 days per year=137.107 br/day=1.714 As/day.

For 3 subjects per semester=(2502.2*30)/365 days per year=205.660 br/day=2.571 As/day.

For 4 subjects per semester=(2502.2*40)/365 days per year=274.214 br/day=3.428 As/day.

* Instead of this, in fact, halve the number of subjects per semester for the same result, ideally studying 1 subject per semester, while almost doubling the pedagogical work, resulting in 50 or 100 As per assignment, with pedagogical aphors in the following fast self-other format from Soma (forthcoming in Lucianic Meditation):

"I prepared to write that that was because of thinking so clearly of the philosopher rather than the worthless numbers game. I did this by writing the Press Release for Alexius Meinong's probable comments on the Pedagogy blog. First, I wrote I liked things. Second, I wrote "Never, you!" Third, I made a distinction. In this way, I prepared to write that that was because of thinking so clearly of the philosopher rather than the worthless numbers game by writing the Press Release for Alexius Meinong's probable comments on the Pedagogy blog."

Also, you could rebreason out synonyms for words in your first argument, and quadruple the number of breasonings in your longer chapter, to study full-time.

Frames

Breason out only frames (planes) of breasonings, for a tenfold number of breasonings.

To spread out the breasoning workload, dot on dotted on collections of breasonings breasoned out from when first admitted to the course.


12/08/2015 07:42 PM
Attack, Go Up in Accreditation

"Attack" non-believers in (simulated) University by providing wormed (repointed) 50 breasonings to affirm accredited status and go up when they believe you're not going up in accreditation. Write 250 breasonings on this form of accreditation to have the same protection as accreditation.


11/27/2015 02:16 AM
Obituary in 1000 As

Write 10 times the As in

2 by 50 As to write or publish a work

to write or publish an obituary. The writer should do the publisher's work. The As may be wormed (repointed to an new argument) rebreasoned (repeated) As.


11/27/2015 01:42 AM
Writing or Publishing/Broadcasting an...

It's easy. Write 10 80

breasoning

As each on creative writing, theatre studies, film/television studies, journalism and on the topic of the writing, and research 3 audience members each in 15 80 breasoning As with 5 As for a fourth audience member, each with 15 area of study points.


11/22/2015 02:00 AM
Prevention of Runny Nose

Prevent a runny nose by either:

1. Spiritually take (keeping in mind doctor's advice for reality) 10 doses of pseudoephedrine per day, or

2. Pretending to unscrew a nut from a bolt, or

3. Spiritually placing the runny nose in a Lucianic quantum box or praying, cancelling the runny nose with a B (disagreeing argument).

This may be supplemented by taking Elderberry, which is high in Vitamin B and B complexes.


11/21/2015 09:23 PM
The Lucianic Meditator Manager

Meditating by silently repeating the lucian mantra and green sutra each for twenty minutes twice per day to allow thoughts to become lighter and disappear, backed up by a University business degree, (in fact, masters to write your own content) allows you to bypass the necessity to write 0, 5, 15 or 50 specific

As

(for a total of 50 rebreasoned As) to employ a worker, administration officer, manager or director (yourself) respectively by writing 250

breasonings

that trigger meditation to reward you with the required number of As.


11/20/2015 03:45 AM
3D Song Resolution

3 songs away from inspiring song (that with 3 levels away from developed lyrics, achieves 3D song resolution also) makes another subject song sound normal, it a number 1-hit or not like the inspiring song and the base lyrics intelligent.


11/19/2015 07:59 PM
Become a Google Query Suggestion

Breason out 50 As (5 per day).


11/17/2015 07:48 PM
Maharishi

Note 1. Meditate by repeating the Lucian mantra silently for twenty minutes twice per day and repeating the Green sutra silently for twenty minutes twice per day to let your thoughts become lighter until they clear. Also, pray for no digestive system pops from practising the sutra each day.

Note 2. To prevent headache and soreness spiritually place these in a Lucianic quantum box or be prayed about using a Buddhist prayer, and see an (e.g. Gonstead) chiropractor, etc. if necessary.

Pray for on each day, breason out at the start or study 50 80 breasoning As for each of the departments you use (commerce, education), sell products from (philosophy departments, etc.), or family. Breason out 50 breasonings (representing As) for selling each product type (an album, an accredited studentship, being a pedagogue) and personal partner, where there are 15 breasonings per customer, for a maximum of 160 breasonings per day.


11/16/2015 09:12 PM
Production Company for Meditation Company...

50 As are needed at the start for and by a successful applicant to be able to produce 50 As.

Each manager thinks of maximum 250 (in fact, 10) objects to be breasoned for each employee (2*250s, in fact many per manager per day), place culpa on them when you see them breason out the first ten.

With 10 employees per day per city, you are allowed to place culpa on interesting people. Need to have presence in this way to light up as there in a city (often larger than 10 employees because one needs 50 As (4000 br) for each business dept (marketing, sales) per product (where artist and other companies work on product and video 50 As) - where having all the work done is "lighting up").


What will they do? - ask them to work on the philosophy

Where will their salaries come from? - sales from the products, grants from the government


Academics may only need editors, not a whole production company.


11/16/2015 09:09 PM
Derrida's Writing Formula from Education

Derrida's possible Writing Formula from Education for the quotation is to write 50 breasonings (As) for Philosophy, 50 breasonings (As) for Economics for a quotation, and he goes over the accepted 10% with 20% (10) more breasonings as a visible seen-as version.

In addition, one should write 50 breasonings (As) for Education and include with the Economics breasonings with 50 breasonings (As) for Sales and 50 breasonings (As) for the product image for a quotation.


11/13/2015 09:18 PM
Australian Philosopher Lucian Green...

Green speaks on Hegel, Heidegger, and Laozi.

MELBOURNE, Nov. 15/1888 Press Release/-Green will deliver an inspiring message when he speaks at over 3 philosophy conferences on the self-alienated spirit in Hegel's Phenomenology of Spirit, and ontological nothingness in Heidegger's Being and Time and Laozi's Daodejing, he announced today. In an interview by Adrian Schonfelder, Green discussed his conference presentations.

Good afternoon, Lucian. How did you become interested in philosophy?

Good afternoon, Adrian. First, I would like to say that I will do what other philosophy students have wanted to do, which is wonderful for me. I became interested in philosophy through designing the alternative argument-based computer game Vetusia3D (with an underwater maze) and writing illustrated science fiction books (about ark-headed robots) as a child; later, I became interested in studying as a philosophy major after meeting my half-sister Karen Green at a University Open Day.

I have written on the philosophy of Hegel-esque Pedagogy and transcendental-based Meditation; my variant of eastern-based Medicine, Heidegger-esque Computational English and Economics, including breasoning currency, sic, and Plato-esque fine arts-as-economics.

In academia, I spoke at two international conferences, the first one of which, the Australasian Society of Continental Philosophy Annual Conference at the University of Western Sydney in Parramatta in 2013, I discussed my paper on Hegel's Self-Alienated Spirit.

How did you become interested in Hegel?

I was interested in critiquing Hegel.

I discussed Hegel's notion of the self-alienation of spirit, where the self, containing thoughts about both the self and the other, alienated itself, and regarding Hegel's master-slave dialectic, the master overcome alienation to clean the dirty slave. For us, this means transcending our fears of connecting with others.

After this, I spoke at the Australasian Association of Philosophy Annual Conference at Macquarie University in Sydney earlier this year, about my essay on how Heidegger was influenced by Daoism.

How did you become fascinated in how Heidegger was influenced by Daoism?

I critiqued Heidegger and Daoism. I first found that Adorno's reason derived from nothing, like a Daoist nothing. It was this reason that I saw as connecting Heidegger's ontology and Daoism's nothingness. I saw Heidegger's Computational-English-like Being and Time as interested in common experiences, so I argued, "Reason's experience [was] matched with another good reason's experience." Multiple arguments rely on sunlight, so there we have it.

Because of being the only philosophy student at Swinburne University of Technology present at these conferences, and an upcoming international one this December, the University invited a Daoism specialist, Professor Haiyan Shen from the Shanghai University Philosophy Department to speak with me in private.

What did you discuss with Professor Shen?

I had the honor to meet the professor. She was interested in my argument about the paronomastical closeness (a pun, a joke exploiting the close distance between Chinese characters) of tiananmen/gateway to heaven and jian/earth representing the being brought out of nonbeing, which can sound bizarre to outsiders of Daoism and Heidegger.

We also briefly talked about Daoism and control, especially in commerce, which is obviously present in Daoism. There is that element of control in Daoism, which comes from the unassumingness argued for in the text, and I think we will see this control decrease as Chinese culture mixes with Western culture.

I also plan to deliver my Honor's thesis, also on Heidegger and Daoism at the Australasian Society of Continental Philosophy Annual Conference at the University of New South Wales in December.

What will you discuss in your thesis presentation?

I will mention how Hegel's Pedagogy is the form of reason that I mentioned Heidegger's ontology draws from Daoism's nothingness. I will discuss the Pedagogy of Jesus and Hegel regarding business, education and having children, the Plato-esque mimetic Professor/God Algorithm Pedagogy screen, the power of the self to verify itself against the other and how the self should verify his or her understanding with his or her interpretation of the other. I think it's interesting how Plato summarised Pedagogy by the inscription above the Academy door: "Let only geometers enter here;" where geometry is how pedagogy works in business, education, and having children.

Thank you, Lucian.

My pleasure, Adrian.

About Lucian Green

Undergraduate Lucian Green studied Computer Science and Philosophy at Melbourne University, and Philosophy at Monash University and Swinburne University of Technology, Australia. He is interested in artificial intelligence, for example, the mind is shaped using computers.

Contact:

Lucian Green

Phone: +61 438 411 657

lucian.david.mcowan.green@gmail.com


11/11/2015 07:58 PM
Lucianic Pedagogical Medicine

Diagnosis: Spiritually read cosmology or test the page-load time of a set of encrypted Internet pages to count the number of As breasoned out for a person's particular organ system per day by that person.

Treatment: Prescribe an organ system sutra for each organ system with no As.


11/11/2015 08:17 AM
50 As for Single/Album Cover and Sales

Write 50 breasonings to represent 50 As for each of a Single/Album Cover (to make the music appear in a high quality way) and Sales (to make the listener want the music), which in conjunction with rebreasoning out 50 80 breasoning As, will enable you to sign a major record deal.

Similarly for other products.


11/09/2015 01:41 PM
More Lucian Green Quotes

We should love God to protect the fragile world.

Knowledge should be preserved for future generations to learn from.

Philosophy agrees with, not disagrees with good health.

I like examining my life.

Pedagogy makes a person wise, meditation makes a person happy, and medicine makes a person healthy.


11/08/2015 01:03 AM
What is a PhD?

A PhD is:

- a literature review, questions, and hypotheses

- Working out conclusions from Professors

- Articles in the PhD should be published in A or A* journals to become an academic

- 1 br per sentence in book, 10 br per sentence in journal article, +6 br per sentence in either to sell


11/07/2015 04:05 AM
How to Polish a Pop Song

How to Polish a Pop Song

To polish a production, e.g. pop song, for each line, write the cosmological lyric and insert a breathsoning (human judgment of a noun), your sung version of this lyric, agreeing and disagreeing ways of thinking for your lyric, and breason out each of these, e.g.:

V2

I love you Shelling - €of knowledge - I am knowledgeable - I am not knowledgeable

Write the rest of the 50 or 250 (for a Number 1-inspired song) cosmological breasonings with breathsonings inserted and breason them out.


11/07/2015 03:28 AM
Recommended Course Plan

As a foundation, I recommend learning Meditation before University (or Year 4 in Primary School, with at least one parent), and a Medicine course. Then, study Computer Science for Prolog, Creative Writing for ability to write Pedagogy and Philosophy for Critical Thinking and all ideas in Pedagogy, then Education and Pedagogy, which becomes an Academic's skills foundation. Then, use Pedagogy in conjunction with courses to develop couresware, study Commerce to build your Education empire and perhaps Law.

Note: Visit an "Effective Altruism" session in your city before Honours to realise to write 2*15 Pedagogical As per Honours assignment and 2*50 As per Masters and PhD by dotting on the start and end of each sentence of each speaker, deleting the big ideas in each sentence, and doing this while chatting with one of them afterwards. They also help people wanting to become lecturers to complete 5 As (=5*10 breasonings) of his or hers for each student he or she meets.

See Why Study Humanities?, Free Online Courses in Meditation, Pedagogy and Medicine


11/07/2015 03:28 AM
100% Pedagogues is Impossible

"Switching off" a non-Pedagogue's supply of As by dotting on and saying there are 50 As to the Education system to encourage them to become a pedagogue is not recommended because he or she will have a panic attack, which can be prevented by breathing deeply. Some people may like to learn the meditation sutra after a panic attack.

See Free Online Meditation Course.


11/07/2015 03:27 AM
Definitive Mistake Prevention

While anywhere, spiritually unscrew a nut from a bolt in Education to prevent mistakes from others appear about your thoughts.


11/02/2015 03:00 PM
Definitive Prevention of Headache 2
Pray to prevent a headache before a Breasoned Recording session.
10/30/2015 07:43 PM
Definitive Prevention of Headache

Following a

Medicine

degree, pretend to unscrew a nut from a long thin bolt each day to prevent a headache. Repeat this for family, friends and people met that day.

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Nut and Bolt.


10/28/2015 03:20 PM
Nietzsche-Influenced Pedagogy Breasoning Helper

Think of 3 breasonings before thinking of breasonings to include the rest of the breasonings. Breason out or request of the education system 250 breasonings for each of the 4 breasonings once.

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Think of 3 breasonings before thinking of breasonings to include the rest of the breasonings.


10/28/2015 02:51 PM
Daily Requirement of a Pedagogy Helper

Breason out, request of the education system or pray for 10 breasoning Aigs for 5*10 breasoning As each day to be a Pedagogy Helper.


10/28/2015 02:49 PM
Famous Pedagogy Helper

Become a famous Pedagogy helper with 50 As, requested of the education system or written by you. These should include 5 students*5 As*160 breasonings per A, where the student's appearance, perspective should be found out from cosmology.

See 5*5 100%s for Education Job.



10/28/2015 02:41 PM
Employee and God Characters to Stop People...

Ask the education system to roll 250 breasonings for a customer on a day to include Employee and God Characters to Stop People Going Over Things.


10/28/2015 02:37 PM
Turn off Breasonings, Replace with a Top-Hat

Turn on each breasoning with a counter, breason it out and turn it off with a counter, and pretend to take off your hat at the end of a sequence of breasonings.


10/28/2015 02:34 PM
Ask the K-12 Education System for As

Ask the K-12 Education System for a As with a certain number of breasonings, from a meditation school and turn off the As afterwards to avoid a headache (not that there is one with this method).


10/28/2015 02:20 PM
Short film musical composition, PhD and...

For a short film musical composition, PhD and Meisner Workshop, say "there are 10 breasonings" per sentence to the education system (for the Pop/Philosophy High Quality Comment), "there are 6 breasonings" per sentence in the same way (for the Sales based on High Quality Comments) and "there are 250 breasonings" per customer per day in the same way.

If you don't breason these all out yourself (80-130 breasonings per day), you should collect the found out object of high quality comment/high quality comment, a B (disagreement) to make a sale and without necessarily stating "mea culpa" to pull in customers, do nothing (where the trainer should meditate on the lucian mantras for twenty minutes twice per day and the green sutra for twenty minutes twice per day, or should have paid for training in education and the topic of the content).

To encourage people to turn up, breason out 5 instances of an 80-breasoning A each day from advertisement to the day.



10/26/2015 04:14 AM
Song-activated Acting Aigs

Write 250 breasonings to activate an Aig (industry) acting role, 1, 5, or 15 times for an extra, acting or main role, respectively, referring to a song.


10/21/2015 04:54 AM
Simulated Accreditation
For each departmental 250 breasoning assignment, write 250 breasonings from a part of medicine corresponding to that assignment. This should be done in research degrees with no undergraduate degree in that department to avoid a feeling of lack of support.
10/03/2015 11:06 PM
Delete the Big Ideas in an Audition
Silently repeat, "I have deleted them (the big ideas)" before each line, breason out the first letter of the line (0.01, 0.015, 0.0001 m) and dot the line on (0.01, 0.01, 0.005m) to be successful in an audition.
09/29/2015 07:48 AM
Electronic A Finder-Out

Do the idea of generating 50 As using

Electronic A Producer, transcend the 50 As by taking the electron out of the holder, find the average of 3 set of random numbers to find the melody (which can be made more human-like using other algorithms) and find the average of 50 sets of random numbers to find each line of lyrics (which can be rewritten using algorithms of the spice of life).


09/29/2015 07:13 AM
Electronic A Producer

Simulate sex by placing an electron blessed by Krishna in a holder, and thinking of the 10-sub-breasonings and their breasoning, and their breasonings.


09/29/2015 07:07 AM
Electronic A Detector

Detect 50 As by B'ing the page loading without them, then detecting the page loading, hence Google suggestions, which when successful, causes an increase in house prices.


09/28/2015 07:02 AM
God's Infallibility from Being Critiqued -...

Students should understand the structure and function of meditation and interaction with other meditations through critique of God.

The point of this is to encourage belief in God, or disagree with God.

See God's Infallibility from Being Critiqued - With Correction.


09/27/2015 07:20 PM
Main Role in Theatre

Write 1 breasoning per line in the play.


09/26/2015 10:48 PM
Sales based on High Quality Comments

Write 6 more breasonings per high quality comment for a total of 16 breasonings to make sales with your text/song.

See Pop/Philosophy High Quality Comment.


09/26/2015 10:46 PM
Pop/Philosophy High Quality Comment

To stay in a major record label/with a publisher, write a 10-breasoning A that claims to link a found-out (probable) object like one the listener is looking at to a high quality comment on each line from each song/essay.


09/26/2015 10:44 PM
How to Go Viral 2

If all 5 of the As are different when virality is applied, the projections will all be different.

See How to go Viral.


09/26/2015 07:18 AM
50 or 250 Breasonings Per Song

In a 16 line song, a song inspired by a Number 1 will have 250/16~16

breasonings

per line and other songs will have 50/16~4 breasonings per line.


09/26/2015 07:11 AM
Mass Breasoning Currency Writing Solution

To stem the overdemand for products from mass writing of breasoning currency, more products should be manufactured.


09/26/2015 07:10 AM
Socialism

Socialism tried to eliminate money from society, making it a government-run state.


09/25/2015 05:33 AM
Major Record Label

Anything above 30 on the charts must have 50 As (4000

breasonings, or in fact 1000 breasonings for good measure

) within 3 days. The 1000 breasonings must have 100 breasonings as a seen-as version.


09/24/2015 04:43 AM
Dip into Economics once per Song
Dip into Economics once per Song to make money.
09/22/2015 06:55 PM
Preventing Sales from Being Dangerous

The connection between two breasoning currency Bs (where instead of "I ate the apple", which would be found in an A, a B would contain "I shouldn't choke on the apple") where each B would make a sale viable by encouraging buying, is mathematically symbolised by a hand (even a sexual organ), rather than causing suffering by being left separate.

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Prevent sales (from two Bs) becoming dangerous (when the Bs become our lives and don't connect).

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Have a "day off" to protect yourself in sales.



09/21/2015 10:24 PM
Pop Sales 2: Fun

Remember that during each sung line: "You don't have to give out fake As", in other words:

- Pretend to give out 10 fake breasonings.

- Take them back, and see if the producer wanted them as joke.

Also, remember that you must not hate it.

- Say "Shut your trap" and "It's becoming too obvious".

In the series: 50 As in Pop/Film/Philosophy/Business, Pop Sales, Pop Sales 2: Fun.



09/21/2015 01:36 AM
Pop Sales

To write a viable song, find it out from Cosmology (where it is breasoned out and rebreasoned out, and "makes the cut", according to a script writing book written I own by a Professor, by not making a lyric better in the next line).

The following are suggestions, but may be done by "helpers":

  • Think of Bs ("I choked on X"/"I tripped over on X") to the idea of the first 50 breasonings from University's 50 As you have requested for marketing, sales, reviews, radio plays, track image.
  • 2 or 3 Bs to breasonings per song line.
  • If anything goes wrong during recording (an unwanted thought appears), practise the idea of revising the song's Bs and dot them (the idea of it) on from the image produced by the next person to appear with a black dot that is separate from the image's purple centre.
  • Each song is different, and interesting to listen to because of it. You need to breason out a different object for each song.
  • Each character in each song has education system-claimed As, which must each be prevented from having a moral end if they don't have 50 As.

Area of study?

  • Optionally, in addition to the 250 breasonings for the track, some (+regally minded admirers) may write 250 area of study points to expand to 250*16 breasonings = 50 As. Classic songs have all 4000 breasonings completed, and I have written a song (Abracadabra) with 25% covered by areas of study.

In the series: 50 As in Pop/Film/Philosophy/Business, Pop Sales, Pop Sales 2: Fun.


09/21/2015 01:14 AM
Yoga, Meditation and Medicine

On days when I practise Yoga that I learnt University in the morning, I prevent headaches on the train. I only work from from X to Y and listen to music during the rest of the journey. Meditation and Medicine from University help relax me and keep me mentally fit, respectively.


09/21/2015 01:11 AM
Breasoning Currency is Subordinated

Breasoning Currency is subordinated from being a disraction for safety reasons.


09/21/2015 01:11 AM
50 As in the Education System

I like temporarily claiming that there are 50 As to the Education System rather than University to prevent headaches.


09/21/2015 01:09 AM
ABC-123

ABC123 (As in Breasoning Currency to check that buying is a good idea, $10 for a sutra + $20 for Uni medicine and meditation = $30)


09/18/2015 04:30 PM
Perpetual University Short Courses

Enrol in perpetual 6 month+ University short courses after your degree to experience and be able to write

breasonings

.


09/18/2015 04:28 PM
80 is all that is Required

Note: Lucianic Meditation involves silently repeating the mantra "lucian" for 20 minutes twice per day and the sutra "green" for 20 minutes twice per day.

80 Breasonings/80% is all that is required per day. Some Universities such as Swinburne University of Technology in Melbourne, Australia and a writer/director on Spin Out completed a maximum of 80 breasonings per student/actor (respectively) per day to avoid unnecessary tension. Meditation is still required for recording day, but this is the recommended breasoning cap.


09/18/2015 03:56 PM
University 80-190 Breasonings and 250 Breasonings

University suggests writing 80-190

Breasonings

for assessment (to earn approximately 80%, 90% or 100% respectively) in Creative Writing, Theatre Studies, Film and Television, Music, Other Fine and Performing Arts and and 250 Breasonings in total to satisfy industry expectations.


09/15/2015 07:57 PM
Originality License

Note: the following is incorrect because one can write an original sentence by being supported in having 10-breasonings per sentence.

An original idea is licensed not by hiding it behind another philosopher or a "B", but by writing 1

A

on the topic (not 15 As in Honours and 50 As in Masters and PhD).

See Morality in Pop/Philosophy/Business, What a Statement! (Relativity), B, Computational Marking Scheme, Originality License.



09/14/2015 04:09 AM
Lucianic Marking Scheme

In the modern Lucian Academy, fairer marking and formative feedback about the mark using a "verify" feature will be ensured.

First, the student will give geometric measurements of 80, 130 or 190 objects (for 80%, 90% and 100% respectively). This mark will be awarded for the completed breasoning list in conjunction with a written essay, as follows.

The Academy's Lucianic Marking Scheme differs from the traditional "Pedagogy" marking scheme in that it:

  • Awards agreement and disagreement the same mark.
  • Allows argument maps with chains of objections and rebuttals.
  • Not the following because of agreement or disagreement being easier to identify: Allows Bs to annul disagreements (one B per disagreed-with topic) as if one has agreed. A "worm" field allows writing a bridge statement from the disagreed-with topic to the B, in the case the B breasonings are not specifically disagreeing with the disagreed-with topic.
  • A "Verify" feature that verifies the mark before submission, including worm errors and errors that connections don't include key terms from connected sentences.
  • The possibility to use argument mapping software to write an essay with an original argument.
  • Anti-plagiarism checking to prevent copy-and-paste plagiarism.

See

Morality in Pop/Philosophy/Business

,

What a Statement! (Relativity)

,

B

,

Lucianic Marking Scheme

,

Originality License

.


09/14/2015 03:54 AM
B

Note: Contrary to What a Statement! (Relativity), disagreement or possible disagreement with an entity by the student in an essay currently deserves A when the disagreement or possible disagreement with an entity by the student is removed from the essay. However a "B" (a short argument) that disagrees with the disagreement (e.g. disagreement: "I ate the apple", B breasoning: "I choked on the apple") should allow the student to earn A in minor cases.

A lecturer should think of an 80-breasoning B when the student has disagreed during the essay.

See Morality in Pop/Philosophy/Business, What a Statement! (Relativity), B, Computational Marking Scheme, Originality License.


09/14/2015 03:46 AM
Lucianic Meditation Lord

Note: Lucianic Meditation involves silently repeating the mantra "lucian" for 20 minutes twice per day and the sutra "green" for 20 minutes twice per day.

The Lucianic Meditation Lord is like an acting agent, in that he or she blames 10 roles on himself/herself per day.

First, he/she blamed 50 As from the departments he has written As in on himself/herself.

He establishes the Aigs technology with 250 breasonings (Acting Extras), the Acting Agent Technology with 250 breasonings (Acting Agent) and becomes an actor by having Aigs given to him/her normally (Actor).


09/14/2015 03:36 AM
Acting Agent

Take up this free offer of breasoning out 250

breasonings

to administer 10+ Aigs per day, to offer the services of an acting agent, which would pray for access to Agent Aigs daily.


09/14/2015 03:34 AM
Acting Extras

Take up a free offer of writing 250

breasonings

in order to become a beacon of the spiritual Aigs, which acting extras, etc. access their roles from.


09/14/2015 03:18 AM
Auditions and film/TV, music work

Theatre: auditions: 250 specific breasonings, 50 As. auditions, work: breason out one letter from each line, breason out letter C clawing on to each line to morally protect one/a audience member who chooses you, imply two pink counters touching for a sex ed scene for each line.

Film/TV, Music: as for above, but 16 breasonings for a "burst".


09/05/2015 04:06 AM
Actor

Become a speaking actor in film or television by having Aigs (sets of As to allow oneself to deserve to become a speaking actor) given to you "normally" on days when you have meditated.

See Aigs and Acting Roles.

Breasoning List

1. I prepared to serve the king (0.5, 0.3, 1.8m), queen (0.5, 0.3, 1.8m), duke (0.5, 0.3, 1.8m) and duchess (0.5, 0.3, 1.8m). I (0.5, 0.3, 1.8m) did this by preparing the vegan (0.5, 0.3, 1.9m) breakfast (0.1, 0.1, 0.05m) in the bowl (0.2, 0.2, 0.1m). First, I chopped up strawberries (0.01, 0.01, 0.01m), Chinese gooseberries (0.05, 0.03, 0.03m), oranges (0.05, 0.05, 0.05m) and raspberries (0.01, 0.01, 0.01m). Second, I made muesli with rolled oats (0.005, 0.003, 0.001m), sultanas (0.01, 0.01, 0.001m), almonds (0.01, 0.005, 0.005m) and oat milk (0.1, 0.1, 0.05m).


09/05/2015 02:00 AM
Repointing an Argument

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Realign an argument with a newly necessary aim when breasoning it out.


09/03/2015 03:30 AM
16 Subjects*250 Breasonings for...

16 (=4*4) Subjects*250 Breasonings for 250-Breasoning Based Education Job x too hard to ask for x done by institutions based on teaching 250 breasoning-based subjects.

Standard Universities will hand out 80 breasoning As per assignment, after marking, however, "Computational" Universities will hand out 250 breasoning As per assignment as staff will be trained in 4 students, each with 4 250 breasonings per assignment per student.

See Breasonings

See 5*5 100%s for Education Job (not with requirements for this job)

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Two 4-sided chopsticks represent 4*4 As in a 250 (not 190) breasoning-based institution.


08/30/2015 10:39 PM
Quetzalcoatl god of fertility - one of only...

Pray to Quetzalcoatl (an Aztec God, if this is compatible with your beliefs), as one of the only solutions to not having any As you have breasoned out not becoming incompatible with conception, for virality.

See also How To Go Viral

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Image of Aztec God Quetzalcoatl.


08/25/2015 02:26 AM
What a Statement! (Relativity)

NB. Contrary to the following, "guarding" oneself with another philosopher doesn't affect one's grade. Agreeing writers writing on the same or different topics will contribute to earning A, and disagreeing writers will contribute to earning B.

When disagreeing with a philosopher by stating a positive idea he/she disagreed with, change the essay to omit the second philosopher's name (which you included to prevent disagreeing with the first philosopher who disagreed with your idea, which the second philosopher agrees with), so future writers may refer to your idea without referring to the second philosopher (earning "A"), prompting readers to state "What a Statement"!

The handed-in essay requires the idea to be related to the second philosopher to prevent the essay being awarded "B" (disagreement grade, 75-79%), and so be awarded "A" (agreement grade, 80-100%). This is the same for writers citing your essay.

In the future, the marking scheme for the essay format should be modified so that the second philosopher can be omitted, and disagreement by you (the writer) can be awarded "A" (agreement/disagreement grade, 75-100%), demonstrating equality of positions. This should be the same for writers citing your essay.

See Marking Scheme - Humanities and Science.

Breasoning List for What a Statement! (Relativity):

I prepared for the duchess (0.3, 0.1, 0.2 m) to sit. I did this by collecting the hammock (2, 0.5, 0.8 m) wire. First, I decided on the wire's length (0.3, 0.01, 0.001 m). Second, I decided on it's width (0.1, 0.01, 0.001 m). Third, I found the warehouse (100, 100, 10 m). Fourth, I found the correct aisle (100, 5, 10 m). Fifth, I found the correct position (0.5, 0.3, 1.8 m). Sixth, I found the correct height (0.7, 0.1, 2.5 m). Seventh, I found the box of wire (0.5, 0.5, 0.5 m). In this way, I prepared for the duchess to sit (0.5, 0.5, 1 m) by collecting the hammock wire.

Questions

1. (Revision) Given the inequal system in paragraph 2, will citing a second philosopher for the same idea as one that the first philosopher disagrees with, be awarded A?

2. Given the inequal system in paragraph 2, will citing an unpublished paper of one's own for the same idea as one that the first philosopher disagrees with, be awarded A?

3. Given the inequal system in paragraph 2, will citing a published paper of one's own for the same idea as one that the first philosopher disagrees with, be awarded A?

Answers

1. Yes

2. No

3. Yes

See Morality in Pop/Philosophy/Business, What a Statement! (Relativity), B, Computational Marking Scheme, Originality License.


08/23/2015 04:47 AM
Morality in Pop/Philosophy/Business

Verify each line won't morally affect an audience member/reader. This is required for major record labels. A chain of 30 breasonings is required for "separating" the "B" (collection of "moral" concerns) for sales.

Breasoning List:

I prepared to float over Santiago (1,1,0.1m). I did this by inflating the balloon (1,1,1m). First, I chose a balloon colour (0.01,0.015,0.0001m). Second, I chose a balloon size (0.01,0.015,0.0001m). Third, I found the suburb of the shop (0.5,0.5,0.1m). Fourth, I found the street (20,100,5m) of the shop. Fifth, I found the shop (20,40,5m). Sixth, I found the balloon string (0.001,0.001,1m). Seventh, I inflated (0.5,0.1,0.1m) the balloon. In this way, I (0.5,0.3,1.8m) prepared to float over Santiago by inflating the balloon.

See Morality in Pop/Philosophy/Business, What a Statement! (Relativity), B, Computational Marking Scheme, Originality License.


08/23/2015 04:47 AM
Royalty

Set up 50 As to start a Royal Family.


08/23/2015 04:46 AM
Recordings

Set up 50 As to make friends to help with sales, etc.


08/23/2015 04:46 AM
Big Ideas

Set up 50 As to be supported in thinking of all of the content pointed to by the first 50 As, and content pointed to by the rest of 50 As.


08/23/2015 04:45 AM
Complete H1s

Set up 50 As to be supported in completing H1s (As), that may enable sales, etc.


08/23/2015 04:44 AM
50 As at the Start

Write a single set of 50 As for all things you would like, then update it every 6 months with more desired ideas.


08/23/2015 04:43 AM
50 As in Pop/Film/Philosophy/Business

In Pop, Philosophy and Business, write 250 breasonings per product to register as high quality, 15 breathsonings symbolising each of the other 250 breasoning As to complete the [(15+1)*250=4000 breasonings, 4000 breasonings/80 breasonings per A=] 50 As, and breathson out the product to a professional standard. In Film, write 50 As for the main character, each of the other characters, the script and features like important props, the set and musical compositions. Sales and performance/play comment collection stunningness 50 As may also be desired.

In the series: 50 As in Pop/Film/Philosophy/Business, Pop Sales, Pop Sales 2: Fun.


08/09/2015 11:02 PM
Start Your Own School

Start your own school by writing 50 As for students to be able to enrol at school on the topic why they would want to based on why the first person would want to enrol.


08/09/2015 05:42 PM
Intertwining, VET and University
Intertwine 50 As from each VET (Vocational Education and Training) department and the same University departments to make them work together (VET will make it work and University will make it come true) with your As.
08/07/2015 07:20 PM
Actors breason out 250 breasonings per...

See

Breasoning

.


08/07/2015 07:17 PM
Turn It In in Honours and Above

When submitting assignments with Turnitin with the

pedagogical requirements

, write essays each with an exposition and critique for each submission, which (in my case) are a maximum of 3500 words, rather than submit one long essay, with an exposition and critique, broken into smaller chunks, to avoid marking penalties.

See Pedagogical Requirements in Masters, PhD, Masters by Coursework - NB. Assignment chapters (important, not just assignments) in Honours and above must each have a minimum of 15 (Honours, Professor), 30 (Honours, Non-Professor), 30 (Masters and above, Professor), 60 (Masters and above, Non-Professor) 80-breasoning As to earn 80%.


08/04/2015 07:20 PM
Pot Prayer for No Headaches in Cars, Trains...

1. Pray for a pot to prevent a headache each day.

2. Whenever there is an upset, mentally "stay" the pot from being removed for money by a federal politician.

3. Breason out 250 breasonings of the apple (5 apples=1*1*1, 2*2*2, 3*3*3, 4*4*4, 5*5*5 cm) to keep the pot protecting individuals.

4. Breason out 5 pots (pot=10*10*10 cm) in 5 seconds to prevent headaches on walks and in cars and trains.

There is empirical evidence that the honey pot prayer works because of muscle cells being in a state of relaxation.

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Public Domain

Lining one's ways with honey pots, like that of Winnie the Pooh, prevents upsets, especially in children.



08/04/2015 03:14 AM
100%

To earn 100% in humanities, breason out 250+10%=275 breasonings.

See Breasoning.


08/04/2015 03:13 AM
Lecturership/Professorship

To earn a lecturership/professorship, intertwine original, specific 50 As worth of breasonings with your current philosophical breasonings and 10% of this updated each year, where the first update should be done before starting the job.

See Breasoning.


08/04/2015 03:11 AM
Economical Hook for Lecture Students

The Economical Hook for Lecture Students is achieved by intertwining enough (at least 80) breasonings per lecture.

See Breasoning.


07/26/2015 06:43 AM
Encyclopedia

Primary school students may intertwine the idea of writing for an encyclopedia with writing

breasonings

.


07/25/2015 01:47 PM
Original Essay Writing

Research metrics should be drawn from a variety of sources (computational, literary, philosophical, etc.) and be related to 5 other research metrics, where research metrics are questions about writing in A and non-A form, e.g. "Construct your own version of the algorithm using the same constituents".

The quality of the essay may be 1+ (book) or 10 (journal article) breasonings detailing each sentence. The essay quality determines the quality of research metric, i.e. how many question sub-parts need to be rewritten and answered, e.g. like attributing content to a breasoning.

See also Level 1 or 3 in Writing.


07/25/2015 01:32 PM
Level 1 or 3 in Writing
To write originally, consider writing from a mixture of the points of view of "level 1" (the first song found out from cosmology) and "level 3" (the third song found out from cosmology), where level 1 may provide the state of affairs and level 3 may provide an intricate, secondary analysis. The dichotomy between these reveals a divide in philosophy, challenging philosophers to choose a side.
07/24/2015 10:21 PM
Jobs

To earn a job, e.g. Professor, intertwine the specific requirements for the job with the 50 As to earn the job.

See also 5*5 100%s for Education Job.


07/12/2015 01:00 AM
Philosophy/Pop Etc. Influence

Influence breasonings in philosophy with Era, Region, School, Main interests, Notable ideas, Influences, and who one is aiming to influence, etc., and influence breasonings in pop songs with sales targets, etc., etc.


07/11/2015 06:23 AM
Politician/Professor/Artist/Musician/Famous Person

Collect 50 As in Creative Writing to write arguments, collect 50 As in theatre studies to appear on stage, collect 50 As in film studies for broadcast, (optionally, 50 As in music, 100 As for your autobiographical movie, 50 As in Economics) and 50 As for your character in your chosen field.


07/10/2015 04:28 AM
Plato

Use Plato's Forms as a "vocational education and training-like" influence for

breasonings

.


07/10/2015 04:26 AM
Nobel Prize

Use the Nobel Prize to influence

breasonings

.


07/09/2015 11:15 AM
Oxford Classics

150

As

for Oxford Classics.


07/07/2015 01:22 AM
Probability Doesn't Work
Is the probability that a table has 4 corners 1 or 0.25^4?
07/03/2015 06:21 AM
Universal Prayer
Say I am interested in something rather than not being interested in it to indicate a universal prayer for that thing.
07/01/2015 01:21 PM
Business As Substituted into Students' Thoughts

Multiples of 10 breasonings, from a source of 50 breasonings from the teacher, are substituted into a maximum of 250 breasonings in texts, characters and criteria studied in degrees in Writing, Acting, Filming, Texts and Vocations until a voice says to stop.

Degrees contain 50 different As, after studying which, students may access 50 As using 250 breasonings, to satisfy professional requirements.

To fulfill one's own requirements, one should repeat 80 lucian mantras and 80 green sutras per day.

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Have a bash at filling up thoughts with multiples of 50 breasonings.


06/30/2015 05:40 AM
250 Breasonings (per Profound) 50...

See

breasonings

.


06/24/2015 08:30 AM
1000 A Daily Quota at University

Each student has a 1000 A Daily Quota at University, i.e. 20*50 As.

50 As may be requested to be assigned to people, objects or ideas, including job applications.

Lecturers may assign 50 As to students' needs to avoid being dismissed.

Once enough sets of 50 As have been assigned, the rest should be negated.

Being with-it over assigning 50 As during the degree forms a character that can be accessed and interpreted to say what is necessary while in the industry, and is what the University assigns 50 As to the graduate's other entities after the degree in a with-it manner.


06/23/2015 12:07 AM
Professor and Top Fame

Like famous Professors, breason out 16*250 breasonings=50 As in Economics, Education, Areas of Study and Theology, then breason out 250 breasonings As in Economics, Education, the Area of Study and Theology to be the top famous person in an area of study.


06/21/2015 05:59 PM
50 As for First Sale
In an industry.
06/20/2015 08:45 PM
50 As per Artist
To make it.
06/20/2015 08:44 PM
12 Seen As Versions to Become a Lecturer
Per idea system.
06/17/2015 03:14 AM
Breason out the Student's Journey
Breason out the student's journey so that he or she attends class.
06/17/2015 12:13 AM
Heidegger's Secret in Theology

Heidegger's Secret in Theology is writing 250

breasonings

for an important quote or 50 breasonings for a quote.


06/16/2015 07:36 AM
Withitness is (actually) necessary

It is necessary (in addition to writing 250 breasonings for a subject/product) to write 250

breasonings

for an education subject to be attended by students, to write 250 breasonings to sell a product to customers, to write 250 breasonings for an extra, actor or lead role actor to be helped to turn up for a job, to breason 50 different As for a production and to breason 50 of the same A at the start of subjects, sales periods and productions. Hollywood actor need to write 50 As rather than 250 breasonings for a lead role.


06/10/2015 12:22 AM
Breason 250 breasonings over 2 days to...

See

breasonings

.


06/09/2015 11:05 PM
Become a Medicine/Science (Correctness...

Become a Medicine/Science (Correctness Areas of Study) Professor by giving the first (blue) answer that appears after having 100% worth of (190) breasonings, rather than the second (florid) answer.


06/09/2015 08:14 AM
50 Professor As for Fame

Breason out 50 Professor As per Department for fame to be fully supported. E.g. in Theatre Studies, this will allow 250 breasonings to be transformed into 50 As, for the earning of acting roles. Similarly for Music. In Philosophy, it (250 breasonings per week) helps you to be chosen.


06/04/2015 12:47 AM
VET is Results

Receive what you would like by writing vocational education and training versions of 10*80 breasoning major As.


06/03/2015 06:16 AM
University and B to Recent Entries

Think of a B (10 breasoned apples that you shouldn't choke on) indicating disagreement with needing to pray for meditation for loved ones, which may cause a headache, (instead achieving their protection by dotting on University or attending University, however they'll be fine anyway) disagreement with meditation for me about my family and friends and disagreement with "It's you" to "counter" death from meditation for me about my family and friends.


06/02/2015 10:24 PM
Breason an Economics Degree for Business

Breason an Economics Degree (10 80 breasoning As) for Business.

See also Lucianic Management.


05/24/2015 04:24 AM
250 Breasonings per Hit and 50 Breasonings...

250 Breasonings per Hit

Write 250 breasonings per hit production (film, song, play, etc.), including 1 group of 5 10 breasoning As for the production, and 4 groups of 5 10 breasoning As for 4 other productions inspired by the production.

50 Breasonings per Non-Hit

Write 50 breasonings per non-hit production, including 1 group of 5 10 breasoning As for the production.


05/21/2015 05:26 PM
Reach lying meditators for 5 As

Reach meditators who indicate lying on the mat for 5 As. Alternatively, reach meditators who indicate sitting on the cushion for 5 As.


05/21/2015 05:24 PM
Daily 10 breasoning As

Partner - relationship

People who I will meet today - give meditation A to

Everyone - Recursive "It's you" to meditate

Meditators - anyone who indicates meditation today

See Breasoning.


05/21/2015 12:23 AM
Education System for 5 As

Breason

out 5 10 breasoning As to install the ability to give As to loved ones and professional relations.


05/14/2015 10:22 PM
Accreditation

Simulate accreditation by writing 5 As specifically about the student's career. These may be repointed As from the area of study, with a detail about the student's career per each cohort of 250 breasonings. A total of 50 As, including those from the the area of study and accreditation should be breasoned out per student. Formal accreditation supports As.

NB. The online courses in Pedagogy, Meditation and Medicine will still work without accreditation, although accreditation is optional.


05/14/2015 12:07 AM
1000 As for a New Centre
For 1000 As for a new centre (or song), think of 16 (the number of details in 50 As) * 20 (for the number of details in 1000 As) = 320 details, after study in a relevant University department (e.g. Theology for a Meditation Centre).
05/13/2015 11:27 PM
Modifying an A to be Specific

When an academic needs to reward an A to an essay with a pedagogical argument (A), he or she should "stamp" the A with 8 breasonings, signifying receipt. Receipt stamps should be given to original As (1, 2) (not used for University before or to be used again) and receipt stamp breasonings should be specific (written specifically on the topic of the assignment).

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Used only with express written permission

An academic should "stamp" an A with 8 breasonings, signifying receipt.


05/13/2015 10:15 PM
How to Accept Only Original As (at...

Accept only original As by breasoning out 20 breasonings (for an 80 breasoning argument), or 250 breasonings (for groups of 50 As), or see Modifying an A to be Specific.


05/13/2015 10:11 PM
Communication between Education Employer...

An Education Employer who accepts 5*5 100%s for an Education Job by an Adult Education or University educator who has written his own area of study should initiate communication when advertising the education job by thinking of 16 Details About Educating Specific Students (split into 3,3,3, 3 and 4 details per student) each with 250 breasonings, sourced from the area of study, and repointed to the Details About Educating Specific Students, where As should be specific as in Modifying an A to be Specific, before accepting job applications.


05/13/2015 01:53 AM
5*5 100%s for Education Job
Write 5 100%s (10 breasoning As) for each of 5 students to successfully apply for an Education Job (Centre for Adult Education, University) to teach your own subject.
05/10/2015 08:47 PM
Professor Algorithm

When breasoning out the Professor Algorithm in Forget Nietzsche - Free Online Pedagogy Education Degree to be able to breason out one's own arguments, breason it out a second time from the point of view of University to "complete the communication exchange" and put the Professor Algorithm into effect.


05/08/2015 05:54 PM
Give People You Meet an A

05/06/2015 07:56 AM
Say It Is You, Not Pray

Instead of praying at the end of the day for others as in Meditation Utterance For You About Them, don't say "It Is You", but imagine switching it off, or alternatively have A for saying "It is you" recursively through your friends' friends, etc.

IMPORTANT NOTE:

1. Breason out (visualise the X, Y and Z dimensions of) the following A's objects to:

a. avoid to-self-moral qualms:

b. remember to say "It is you" with A each day.

A:

apple (1,1,1cm), apple (2,2,2cm), apple (3,3,3cm), apple (1.5,1.5,1.5cm), apple (2.5,2.5,2.5cm), apple (3,3,3cm), apple (4,4,4cm), apple (5,5,5cm), apple (1.5,1.5,1.5cm), apple (2.5,2.5,2.5cm),


05/02/2015 08:57 PM
Difference between the Mantra and Sutra

From "Computational English - The Science of Crossing Over, Lucian Green": I prepared to observe God performing miracles for people by training them in being psychiatrically fit with 80 sutras, each triggering 5 breasonings to be expanded to 50 breasonings, for a total of 50 As (with 80 breasonings each).

The mantra triggers 1 breasoning per each of 80 mantras, for a total of 1 A (with 80 breasonings).

Both the mantra's and sutra's breasonings are lit up by recordings of 50 breasonings per mantra or sutra, respectively.


04/28/2015 01:36 AM
Philosophy as Pop
The wording of published philosophy books or journal articles is found out from other books or journal articles, including those by philosophers, which are charted.
04/27/2015 07:04 AM
As, Not Content

Philosophers should think of As for ideas, rather than the ideas themselves.


04/27/2015 07:02 AM
15 Apple As Per Day

Think of 15 Apple As Per Day for being main in life.


04/26/2015 05:27 AM
If you fail to prepare then prepare to fail
Write 10 breasoning As each per sentence each with 10 breasoning As as "chain" links between them for the perfect sales pitch, drawn out from cosmology (about a new product), and 50 As in total.
04/25/2015 04:41 AM
Pray

Rank items and pray, where prayers last one day or ad infinitum if prayed for on the last day of your life, for each item that requires 50 As (see Pop 50s), e.g. Lucianic Meditation (LM) Centres, your University departments and systems containing records of meditation workers and customers. Also pray for meditation for teachers who give As to meditation and movie stars who have lost interest in meditation. If there is anything else, I will let you know.

P.S. LM Centres and research publicity in the media are the main priorities, but an autobiographical movie and songs with LM and Lucianic Philosophy content are also acceptable.


04/25/2015 03:58 AM
Pop 50s

Think of 50 Apple As over 10 days per pop song produced, pop application, funding request and main sale, including 25 University As and 25 VET As, which automatically give the seen-as version. These are in the manner of

Become a Member of Parliament

.


04/25/2015 02:46 AM
Pedagogy(/Apple) Meditation

Breasoning out 5 As of the same breasoning, e.g. a red or sometimes green apple, each day is better than paying for Google AdWords because it is free and can lead to hundreds of extra viewsmore e.g. Wikia.com. I will report on whether it helps with sales.

It is custom not to complete 5 As on non-business days, i.e. on the weekend.


04/22/2015 10:38 PM
Headache Remedy

Breason

out the object you are interacting with.


04/22/2015 09:01 PM
Heaven

Formerly: Expansion, Headache B and 5 As

Expanding a 10 breasoning A to 80 breasonings avoids problems of not going through properly, and the "necessary blame" for it to be expanded.

Blame can also cause headaches, so it is necessary to have an expanded "apple" A for preventing headaches when one might appear.

Note: the alternative to the following is to meditate and dot on University (although this may not give the same effect as "with-itness"): Either breason out a single 80 breasoning A some weekdays per week (to have the benefits of A, the benefits of it being expanded and no blame from either 100% or 5 As, which expand to 50 As), then do this for a maximum of 100% (190 breasonings) per week, like a professor, or do this for a maximum of 5 As (400 breasonings per week), like a publisher with sales that week. The 100% can then be awarded to you and deserved to be awarded by you to your students that week, and/or you can make sales on education etc. books, and entertainment etc. songs and videos respectively.

Also, expanding 5 As to 50 As avoids problems of the "necessary blame" for it to be expanded.

Addenda

50 As may be earned by storing breasonings on a system over 10 weeks.

Students who have been accepted by a degree may work on As in the holidays, avoiding too many assignments per week, and may increase grades if limited by the above.


04/22/2015 08:30 AM
The Secret of Pedagogy

On a day of a visit to an Education Institution:

- don't dot in "with-itness,"

Otherwise:

- dot in "with-itness,"

If you dot on with-itness on a day visiting an Education institution, you will receive a headache, especially when you either write an A or pray using the techniques in Meditation Utterance For You About Them. To not receive a headache when not visiting an Education institution, write A in the morning and pray before going to sleep (then the headache will disappear while you sleep).



04/22/2015 07:37 AM
An A (Apple) Per Day Keeps the Doctor Away

Practise the techniques to indicate protection of loved ones by breasoning out an A and pray for them each day in Meditation Utterance For You About Them after breasoning out Pedagogy, Medicine and Meditation majors during a time interval before this. The skill of quickly breasoning out non-written "red apple" As came to me after being a Homework Help Club volunteer (which I successfully applied for after breasoning out 50 As).


04/20/2015 11:58 AM
Meditation Utterance For You About Them

Either:

1. Pray for 80 lucian mantras and 80 green sutras for you about family and 20 lucian mantras and 20 green sutras for friends for you about friends, not for them, for higher quality of life. This is as normal with a meditation centre with a manager who breasons out an A per day.

2. Pray for 80 lucian mantras and 80 green sutras for family and 20 lucian mantras and 20 green sutras for friends when you don't have time to breason out an A.


04/19/2015 04:16 AM
H1 Lower than University

When breasoning out an H1 at the same time as performing one's professional job by a customer,

1. Relate the H1 to one not related to a mistake turning into a big idea.

2. Point to one's own goal instead of the customer's, assuming others will help the customer.

3. Touch on "pink" 3D carat, symbolizing University rather than a lower level of the education system.

When gaining experience in H1, one's ability to complete them will become faster, and you will be remembered.


04/18/2015 07:34 AM
Main Role

Breason out 10 breasonings per scene (in fact, 5*10 breasonings by an actor and 15*10 breasonings by the main role per day). Think of a mistake to avoid as a big idea, before concentrating on the role.


04/16/2015 09:41 PM
16 Breasonings Per Sentence for Fame

When considering how many breasonings to write per sentence, write a maximum of 16 Breasonings per sentence in a Song, Literary composition or Philosophy for fame, i.e. possibly Lewis Carroll's Alice's Adventures in Wonderland and Plato's Republic.


04/16/2015 01:04 AM
Maintaining a Relationship

To maintain a relationship (including with God, family or in business), breason out 10-25 breasonings per day for "crossing over fingers".


04/11/2015 01:10 AM
Keeping As written by students

Breason out 10 breasonings to keep the breasonings from an A.

This applies in e.g. academia and management.

As well as this, breason out the maximum number of breasonings from an assignment that week to award the As that week.


04/11/2015 12:13 AM
Prolog Music Composer V.1

/**

Prolog Music Composer V.1 (Whole Notes)

1. Chorus, Solo (based on I-IV-V-I)

Counter=2

?- chorussoloprogression('F','G').

[[F, G]]

Yes

**/

chorussoloprogression(Name1, Name2) :-

note(Note1, Name1),

note(Note2, Name2),

chorussoloprogression1(Note1, Note2, 0, _, [Note1], Progression1), notestonames(Progression1,Progression2), writeln(Progression2).

chorussoloprogression1(_, _, _, Counter, b, Progression, Progression) :-

Counter = 8, !.

chorussoloprogression1(Note, Note, _, _Counter, a, Progression, Progression) :- !.

chorussoloprogression1(Note1, Note2, Counter1, Flag1, Progression1, Progression2) :-

Counter2 is Counter1 + 1,

step1(Note1, Note3),

append(Progression1, [Note3], Progression3),

chorussoloprogression2(Note3, Note2, Note1, Counter2, Flag2, Progression3, Progression4),

step2(Note1, Note4),

append(Progression1, [Note4], Progression5),

chorussoloprogression2(Note4, Note2, Note1, Counter2, Flag3, Progression5, Progression6),

flag1([[Flag2, Progression4], [Flag3, Progression6]], Flag1, Progression2).

chorussoloprogression2(_, _, _, Counter, b, Progression, Progression) :-

Counter = 8, !.

chorussoloprogression2(Note, _, Note, _, _, _, _) :- !.

chorussoloprogression2(Note, Note, _, _Counter, a, Progression, Progression) :- !.

chorussoloprogression2(Note1, Note2, Note3, Counter1, Flag1, Progression1, Progression2) :-

Counter2 is Counter1 + 1,

step1(Note1, Note4),

append(Progression1, [Note4], Progression3),

chorussoloprogression2(Note4, Note2, Note3, Counter2, Flag2, Progression3, Progression4),

step2(Note1, Note5),

append(Progression1, [Note5], Progression5),

chorussoloprogression2(Note5, Note2, Note3, Counter2, Flag3, Progression5, Progression6),

flag1([[Flag2, Progression4], [Flag3, Progression6]], Flag1, Progression2).

step1(Note1, Note2) :-

Value is Note1+1, Note2 is Value mod 7. %% IV-V

step2(Note1, Note2) :-

Value is Note1+3, Note2 is Value mod 7. %% I-IV, V-I

notestonames(Progression1, Progression2) :-

clean(Progression1, Progression2).

flag1(Items, Flag, Progression) :-

flag2(Items, Flag, [], Progression), !.

flag1([], b, []) :- !.

flag2([], a, Progression, Progression) :- !.

flag2([[a,Progression1]|Items], _, Progression2, Progression3) :-

append(Progression2, [Progression1], Progression4),

flag2(Items, _, Progression4, Progression3).

flag2([[b,_]|Items], _, Progression2, Progression3) :-

flag2(Items, _, Progression2, Progression3).

clean(Items1, Items2) :-

clean1(Items1,[],Items2).

clean1([],I,I).

clean1(Items,I1,F1) :-

allnumbers(Items,[],Names),append(I1,[Names],F1),!.

clean1([Item|Items],I1,F1) :-

clean1(Item, I1, F2),

clean1(Items, F2, F1).

allnumbers([],Names,Names).

allnumbers([Item|Items],Names1,Names2):-

number(Item),note(Item,Name),append(Names1,[Name],Names3),allnumbers(Items,Names3,Names2).

note(0,'C').

note(1,'D').

note(2,'E').

note(3,'F').

note(4,'G').

note(5,'A').

note(6,'B').


/**

Prolog Music Composer V.1 (Whole Notes)

2. Verse (based on I-ii-vii°-I)

Counter=4

?- verseprogression('C','D').

[[C, D]]

Yes

**/

verseprogression(Name1, Name2) :-

note(Note1, Name1),

note(Note2, Name2),

verseprogression1(Note1, Note2, 0, _, [Note1], Progression1), notestonames(Progression1,Progression2),writeln(Progression2).

verseprogression1(_, _, Counter, b, Progression, Progression) :-

Counter = 4, !.

verseprogression1(Note, Note, _Counter, a, Progression, Progression) :- !.

verseprogression1(Note1, Note2, Counter1, Flag1, Progression1, Progression2) :-

Counter2 is Counter1 + 1,

step1(Note1, Note3),

append(Progression1, [Note3], Progression3),

verseprogression2(Note3, Note2, Note1, Counter2, Flag2, Progression3, Progression4),

step2(Note1, Note4),

append(Progression1, [Note4], Progression5),

verseprogression2(Note4, Note2, Note1, Counter2, Flag3, Progression5, Progression6),

step3(Note1, Note5),

append(Progression1, [Note5], Progression7),

verseprogression2(Note5, Note2, Note1, Counter2, Flag4, Progression7, Progression8),

flag1([[Flag2, Progression4], [Flag3, Progression6], [Flag4, Progression8]], Flag1, Progression2).

verseprogression2(_, _, _, Counter, b, Progression, Progression) :-

Counter = 4, !.

verseprogression2(Note, _, Note, _, _, _, _) :- !.

verseprogression2(Note, Note, _, _Counter, a, Progression, Progression) :- !.

verseprogression2(Note1, Note2, Note3, Counter1, Flag1, Progression1, Progression2) :-

Counter2 is Counter1 + 1,

step1(Note1, Note4),

append(Progression1, [Note4], Progression3),

verseprogression2(Note4, Note2, Note3, Counter2, Flag2, Progression3, Progression4),

step2(Note1, Note5),

append(Progression1, [Note5], Progression5),

verseprogression2(Note5, Note2, Note3, Counter2, Flag3, Progression5, Progression6),

step3(Note1, Note6),

append(Progression1, [Note6], Progression7),

verseprogression2(Note6, Note2, Note3, Counter2, Flag4, Progression7, Progression8),

flag1([[Flag2, Progression4], [Flag3, Progression6], [Flag4, Progression8]], Flag1, Progression2).

step1(Note1, Note2) :-

Value is Note1+1, Note2 is Value mod 7. %% I-ii

step2(Note1, Note2) :-

Value is Note1+5, Note2 is Value mod 7. %% ii-vii°

step3(Note1, Note2) :-

Value is Note1+1, Note2 is Value mod 7. %% vii°-I

notestonames(Progression1, Progression2) :-

clean(Progression1, Progression2).

flag1(Items, Flag, Progression) :-

flag2(Items, Flag, [], Progression), !.

flag1([], b, []) :- !.

flag2([], a, Progression, Progression) :- !.

flag2([[a,Progression1]|Items], _, Progression2, Progression3) :-

append(Progression2, [Progression1], Progression4),

flag2(Items, _, Progression4, Progression3).

flag2([[b,_]|Items], _, Progression2, Progression3) :-

flag2(Items, _, Progression2, Progression3).

clean(Items1, Items2) :-

clean1(Items1,[],Items2).

clean1([],I,I).

clean1(Items,I1,F1) :-

allnumbers(Items,[],Names),append(I1,[Names],F1),!.

clean1([Item|Items],I1,F1) :-

clean1(Item, I1, F2),

clean1(Items, F2, F1).

allnumbers([],Names,Names).

allnumbers([Item|Items],Names1,Names2):-

number(Item),note(Item,Name),append(Names1,[Name],Names3),allnumbers(Items,Names3,Names2).

note(0,'C').

note(1,'D').

note(2,'E').

note(3,'F').

note(4,'G').

note(5,'A').

note(6,'B').


04/10/2015 04:39 AM
Reduction to Pedagogical Breasonings

I said that Humanist Pedagogy was not new and existed even in renaissance ages to Celia Parham, who is also interested in starting her own school. Afterwards, I thought that the reduction to the breasoning technique (thinking of the X, Y and Z dimensions of an object to write essays that are tokens of professionalism and deserve H1) skipped over the link from each of the thoughts about the X, Y and Z dimensions to the thoughts the original idea were relevant about.


04/10/2015 12:07 AM
Try
Indicate 10 VET breasonings so that you don't have to do any work.
04/09/2015 10:56 PM
Hollywood Movie, Song and Academic Fame

I thought of this after meeting an Australian film distributor. To make a viable Hollywood movie, write 50 original (never before used), specific (on the topic) As per character and for production (including cinematography). To write 50 As, write 5 250 breasoning As and expand the number of breasonings per sentence from 1 to 16 by breasoning out parts of objects. 5 As should be spent on the script, marketing and sales.

Instead of 50 As, write (25 A expanded to) 250 As for a blockbuster. This is the number of As written by Australian X Factor (pop song TV contest) winners and professorial academic chapters (which As may be written for by students).

This also applies to songs and academic chapters.


04/04/2015 12:16 PM
Real 100%

Write 250 breasonings per unit, including the Real 90% requirements.



04/04/2015 12:08 PM
Real 90%

Write 190 breasonings per unit and affirm that 3 breasonings per sentence correspond to a use, future use and a type of the sentence.


04/02/2015 05:04 PM
Pop A

Don't write the following number of breasonings on the left per lyric word (and blame yourself for the number of breasonings on the right per lyric word), write the number of breasonings on the right per lyric word.

10 breasonings - 80 breasonings

25 breasonings - 250 As (usually not recommended)

For the whole song (not per lyric word):

20 breasonings - 50 As


04/02/2015 05:04 PM
Business A

Don't write the following number of breasonings on the left (and blame yourself for the number of breasonings on the right), write the number of breasonings on the right.

10 breasonings - 80 breasonings

20 breasonings - 50 As

25 breasonings - 250 As


04/02/2015 05:03 PM
Dialogues

I helped you work out the breasonings in Pedagogy.


04/02/2015 05:02 PM
Good and Evil

Use Pedagogy for good, not evil.


03/29/2015 01:59 AM
Spiritually Restrain Animals Using 25 Breasonings

See

Breasonings

.


03/27/2015 02:09 AM
Self-Made Student

Write essays on primary and secondary texts you have published previously, where each book published has attached 2 sets of 50 business As (50 instances of a single breasoned out A), one set from the author and one set from the publisher. Unfinished primary texts need area of study details connected with chapter breasonings in the exposition of each essay, giving them examples and similarly for secondary texts. The Self-Made Student may then test out his/her own Academy in preparation for others, be used at University, however may need to justify his/her sentences with original additions with 10-25 breasonings and may need an "External Influences" paragraph, comparing the essay topic with others in history.





03/26/2015 04:09 AM
Business Perspectives

Write 10-25 breasonings for each possible interaction of employees, interactions of employees with products and employees' thoughts when by himself or herself. These form the business perspectives for being a pedagogue or having a meditation company, etc.


03/22/2015 10:28 PM
I don't want big ideas to come true
- Maharishi Lucian
03/18/2015 08:52 PM
Nutrifying Students' Brains

To work out the wording when writing a Vocational Education and Training (VET) question, breason out 5 VET breasonings per VET question.


03/18/2015 08:43 PM
Mindread a Thesis

Touch on 50 texts on the topic, then write a sentence synthesis of 5 or more internal perspectives on words that appear before reading a secondary text sentence (or without reading a secondary text sentence).


03/12/2015 12:30 AM
Homeopathy

I recommend homeopathy in conjunction with 20 mantras per day following a meditation degree (studied by the doctor) and medicine degree (studied by the doctor and patient) to prevent a runny nose, schizophrenia and depression, etc.


03/09/2015 05:54 PM
Prevent Illness - Free Online Medicine Course

Breason out 80 breasonings * 10 subjects worth of breasonings from Lucianic Medicine to prevent illness (e.g. schizophrenia, depression, where it is recommended that Lucianic Medicine is studied in conjunction with Lucianic Meditation.

Alternative streams of Medicine that can studied by replacing the argument descriptions with the following alternative Medicine descriptions are:

1.Yoga Exercises of Body Systems (Integumentary System, Skeletal System, Nervous System, Cardiovascular System, Endocrine System, Muscular System, Lymphatic System, Respiratory System, Urinary System, Excretory System, Reproductive System, Digestive System and Immune System).

2. Quantum Medicine of Universe Bodies (Universe, Sun, Gravity, Other Celestial Bodies, Respiratory System, God (in fact, Master), Psychiatry, Memory, Abstract Communication (in fact, Computational English) and Eyes.

Index

Meditation

Meditation Protector Currant Bun

Meditation, Panic attack prevented by deep breathing and sutra.

Family Medicine

Help ensure successful conception and prevent miscarriage.

Pedagogy

Lucianic Pedagogical Medicine - diagnose and treat non-A status of organs.

Grades/Failure - Pedagogy, Course plan.

Get in Touch with God about Breasonings Details to see High Quality Imagery and Earn H1.

250 breasonings (see Pedagogy and this blog in general) for high quality imagery in writing areas of study (e.g. productions) without discomfort.

Preventing sales from being dangerous - products' philosophy As must be based on a positive argument, have a single argument and be connected in a structure.

Perpetual uni short courses - for best breasoning environment.

Apple meditation for successful relationship.

Miscellaneous

4 glasses of water and exercise 45 minute before breakfast.

Go to bed at 9:30 PM.

Yoga

Yoga Surya Namaskar and Yoga Asanas (see below), prevent headaches on train and a bent spine.

image

Public Domain

Yoga Surya Namaskar - Practise every morning.

image

Public Domain

Yoga Asanas - Practise every morning and evening.

Brain

Avoid diseased people, fewer mental breakdowns (schizophrenia) and less depression.

Honey Pot Prayer for No Headaches in Cars, Trains and Walks.

Nut and bolt - headache, education mistake, muscle ache and unwanted effects of excess breasonings, incompatibility of virality with conception, pimple, unwanted thoughts, hallucinogenic appearances, depression prevention.

Quantum box/prayer - reinforce prevention of problems nut and bolt prevent.

Head of State Head Ache Prevention - prevent headaches by thinking clearly of head of state.

Laughter for depression.

Contagious Diseases

Berocca or similar - prevent colds and flu by blocking binding sites of bacteria and viruses.

Food

Food - Grains/nuts/fruits/vegetables, sit properly at table during meals.

*See Daily Regimen and Meditation, Medicine and Pedagogy Students Helped to Avoid Problems (re: Accreditation), Repointing an Argument, Attack, Go Up in Accreditation, Invincibility (re: headache).


03/08/2015 12:54 PM
Journalism in VET Gives You Everything You...

Journalism in Vocational Education and Training (30 breasonings) Gives You Everything You Need To Know, e.g. being with-it over an article, being a good manager, accurately marking an essay and producing a pop song.


03/07/2015 04:27 AM
Earn an Acting (Speaking) Role

Produce 5 pop songs, the equivalent of 5*190

breasonings

-long As.


03/07/2015 02:42 AM
Most Famous Academic and A Famous Person

25 breasonings/sentence * 10 sentences = 250 breasonings (A Production)

250 breasonings * 10 productions = 2500 breasonings = Most Famous Academic**


250 breasonings * 12 productions = 3000 breasonings = A Famous Person ~ 15 190 breasonings As = Possible**


** May Need To Be Done 50 Times



03/02/2015 07:30 AM
Natural Blessing of University in a State

The natural blessing of having a University in a State (country) is to make obsolete the need to think of 10 breasoning parts per breasoning, and so enable thinking of the breasoning by itself.


03/02/2015 05:28 AM
God Paradox and Solution

If God relies on breasonings (see 50 Breasonings Per Utterance) and creation of breasonings rely on God's blessing, where did God (and breasonings) come from? The answer is not, as some would expect, self-abnegation, but thinking of University. This involves a non-paradoxical step of thinking of perfect thoughts as breasonings (with 10 breasoning parts each, representing the outer, middle and inner edge of the breasoned object) to write degrees in theology, pedagogy and other departments, from which God can be constructed, Who doesn't need to bless these degrees. In greater detail,

University and its breasonings-developed degrees have therefore been created, with 20 mantras per student per day with the help of 50 Breasonings Per Utterance.

A Meditation God has been created, helping with University and safe creation of further degrees by the process in Forget Nietzsche.

The Creator's health has been protected by putting through the degrees on the day when meditation has been created and done.


03/02/2015 04:53 AM
Forget Nietzsche - Free Online Pedagogy Course

Forget Friedrich Nietzsche, all you need to be a Pedagogue are to have ideas and As to have the outputs of the

Professor and God Algorithms

displayed to you.

Also, complete 10 subjects * 80 breasonings / subject = 800 breasonings as part of a Pedagogy degree at Humanist Pedagogy.

Then, Get in Touch with God about Breasonings Details to see High Quality Imagery and Earn H1.

To see breasonings, you need to repeat an 80-breasoning argument 50 times.

To write a breasoning:

"Read" the display for the conjunction of Professor and God Algorithms to work out the breasoning.

Verify 5 "reason" breasonings by:

1. There is no 2-link chain of errors caused by the breasoning.

2. The breasoning holds up when you differ in opinion from it.

3. The breasoning has a good reason.

4. Don't write the breasoning in a "difference of opinion" format.

"Read" the display for the conjunction of Professor and God Algorithms to work out the breasoning that is inductively suggested by the 5 breasonings.

Work out a comment by the "other", which is cut to the first thought.

Use the Political H1 to be "with-it" over an H1 per breasoning.

See Daily Regimen and Meditation, Medicine and Pedagogy Students Helped to Avoid Problems (re: Accreditation), Lucianic Pedagogy Qualifications, Breason out the Professor Algorithm twice.


03/02/2015 03:56 AM
Free Online Meditation Theology Degree

NB. Please practise the Daily Activity to Prevent Digestive System Pops from Soma in Sutra.


Lucian Meditation is recommended to be practised every day.


1. Lucian Meditation Mantra Course


Meditation consists of silently repeating the mantra, "lucian" for twenty, minutes, twice per day. The mantra becomes more and more refined, until one transcends the thought, clearing the mind. In fact, Lucian was taught meditation from a teacher who was in the lineage of Guru Dev.


2.

Lucian Meditation Sutra Free Online Course


Meditation using the sutra consists of repeating the sutra "green" for twenty minutes, twice per day after two months of using the mantra in the morning and evening.

Form Own Religion/Upgrade Current Religion/Different Religions' Mantras and Sutras (Utterances)

Breason

out 10 subjects*80 breasonings/subject=800 breasonings from

Lucianic Meditation

, including Medicine and the

50 Breasonings Per Utterance

to

form your own religion

, in which you can use your first name as a mantra and surname as a sutra, or use one of the following current religions' set of mantras and sutras:


Lucianic Meditation


Mantra: lucian Sutra: green


Judaism


Mantra: david Sutra: david


Christianity


Mantra: maranatha Sutra: maranatha


Buddhism


Mantra: om Sutra: om


Australian Aboriginal Religion


Mantra: dadirri Sutra: dadirri

Note Well: The following sections should be completed as part of meditation teacher training, unless donating to the teacher:

See Daily Regimen and Meditation, Medicine and Pedagogy Students Helped to Avoid Problems (re: Accreditation).


02/28/2015 09:22 PM
Listen to 50 Song Excerpts on Recording Day

Listen to 50 song(/media) excerpts on Recording Day to be in "The State," which means you feel like you are controlling the text, are creating a viable product and are "a natural".


02/26/2015 03:04 PM
10 Breasonings ~ 50%, 20 Breasonings ~ 74%

Breason out 10 breasonings to earn 50%, and breason out 20 breasonings to earn a maximum of 74%.


02/26/2015 05:30 AM
Masters because of servers
Servers, such as Jesus are really less important than masters, but this can also be seen as subjugation.
02/25/2015 03:37 PM
Remain a Member of Parliament

Update 10% of the 25 250-breasoning Vocational Education and Training H1s and 25 250-breasoning University H1s per year to remain a Member of Parliament.


02/25/2015 03:35 PM
Become a Member of Parliament

Breason out 25 250-

breasoning

Vocational Education and Training H1s and 25 250-breasoning University H1s to become a Member of Parliament.


02/22/2015 02:53 PM
Political H1

To write a literally action-packed political and effective essay-based H1, delete 8+10=18 worked out errors (representing 8—10=80 breasonings) per H1 breasoning.

Argument

1. I prepared to write my ideas as the breasonings. I did this by eating the nut cake. First, I ate the pecans. Second, I ate the cashews. Third, I ate the sultanas. Fourth, I ate the hazelnuts. Fifth, the walnuts. Sixth, I ate the peanuts. Seventh, I ate the pine nuts. In this way, I prepared to write my ideas as the breasonings by eating the nut cake.

Breasoning List

Eye, nut cake, pecan, cashew, sultana, hazelnut, walnut, peanut, pine nut, apple.


02/20/2015 07:58 PM
Start Your Own University

Universities are "20s"

To start your own university, silently repeat 20 MSSBTL mantras per day per enrolled student.


02/19/2015 12:08 AM
Vocational Education and Training...

Work out a 250-Breasoning argument, followed by writing down the structure of the area of study during a "Dream of Reason" for each area of study at VET level (what Year 12, University student, etc. find out to enhance their understanding of an area of study).


02/14/2015 07:58 AM
World Leaders Should Be Equalitarian-Minded

01/26/2015 11:00 PM
Dealing with Unfriendliness in an Education...

Everyone's a little famous, so breason out up to a 10 breasoning B to unfriendliness (until they retort). This carries the advantage of the student not having to also complete the lecturer's H1 to put the H1 through.

For Honours, etc., breason out a 10 breasoning B to unfriendliness each week for 5 weeks.


01/26/2015 10:55 PM
Writing a 10 Breasoning-Long A

Breason out 10 breasonings, don't tell anyone. This counts as H1, or A (meaning a maximum of 74% unless 80 breasonings are breasoned out).


01/09/2015 02:35 AM
Breathsonings Secondary Text Lucian Green...

Influenced by bible and Socrates.

Pedagogy was found like a blue bucket with a gold star found on a beach.

1. Breathsonings are necessary, defined as human judgment of a noun, for example oxygen is judged necessary for life.

o Verify breathsoning with the other, in the self/other pair.

o Idea of giving a reason for a breathsoning.

o Where breathsonings are a judgment following an event, the breathsoning happiness follows a joyful event.

§ The other gives the self a medal as a token of appreciation

§ The self feels the breathsoning happy as a result.

o The self verified with the other that he was on the right track. The self felt joyful as a result.

o The self placed the counter of the other in the draw. The self felt ecstatic as a result because she had saved using the counter for another time.

2. Syllogisms are fact, breathsoning and inference between fact and breathsoning, where a syllogism is: Socrates is a man, all men are mortal, therefore Socrates is mortal.

o The subject is brilliant-like, all brilliant-like subjects are known, therefore the subject is known.

o The subject was a gosling, all goslings exude happiness, therefore the subject exudes happiness.

o The subject was a cygnet, all cygnets are magnificent, therefore the subject is magnificent.

o The subject is a serpent, all serpents are slippery, therefore the subject is slippery.

o The subject fitted the horseshoe to the horse, fitting the horseshoe to the horse was magnificent, therefore the subject was magnificent.

3. Modus ponens is a logical formula in which the propositional fact a and the inferential fact-breathsoning pair a->b are given, and the propositional fact b is deduced.

o The proposition a is: the subjects were people, and the proposition b is: the subjects were happy.

o The proposition a is: The subjects were shoe-wearers. The proposition b is: the subjects were happy.

o The proposition a is: The subjects were brilliantines. The proposition b is: the subjects were happy.

o The proposition a is: The subjects were people. The proposition b is: the subjects were happy.

o The proposition a is: The subjects were people's people. The proposition b is: the subjects were happy.

4. Transitivity is a logical formula in which the a, b and c are fact objects and the inference a->b and the inference b->c are given, and the inference, or breathsoning a->c is deduced.

o The self was the subject, the subject likes the other, therefore the self likes the other.

o The self was the subject, the subject likes the self, therefore the self likes the self.

o The self was the subject, the subject likes everyone, therefore the self likes everyone.

o The other was the subject, the subject was the other, therefore the other likes the other.

o The self was the subject, the subject was the self, therefore the self covers the self.

5. Modal logic, in which operators represent modality, or breathsonings

o Necessary - true in all possible worlds

o Possible - true in at least one possible world

o Actuality - true in the actual world.

o 1 - true in 1 world

o n-1 - true in n-1 worlds

Argument

I prepared to drizzle spinach with olive oil. I did this by eating spinach. First, I cut it with the knife and fork. Second, I put it in my mouth. Third, I bit a mouthful of it with my incisors. Fourth, I tore it with my canines. Fifth, I chewed it with my molars. Sixth, I swallowed it. Seventh, I drank a glass of water. In this way, I prepared to drizzle spinach with olive oil by eating spinach.


12/18/2014 04:10 PM
Prevent Reference to Sugar in Breasonings

Sugary products are unhealthy according to sources such as Buddhism, so are unnecessary in

breasoned

arguments.


12/18/2014 04:06 PM
7 Point Breasoning Substitute Prayer

Instead of breasoning out, pray for


Light


Warmth


Colour


Happiness


Posterity


Lightness


Love


With each thought


12/11/2014 04:44 PM
4*50 As

Major productions should have 50 As in each of:

- soundtrack

- video

- sales

- marketing

If a PhD student wrote 15 As to and from the lecturer per semester, resulting in just over 200 As in 3.5 years, then he or she could rebreason the As for the 50 As above. Online advertisers often omit the As, but are urged to have a 250 breasoning A for each of the required 50 As in good faith.

Aphors

1. I prepared to swallow the boiled tofu lolly. I did this by licking it. First, I unwrapped it. Second, I licked it. Third, I licked around the corners. In this way, I prepared to swallow the boiled tofu lolly by licking it.

2. I prepared to swallow the tofu. I did this by placing the tofu in my mouth using chopsticks. First, I placed the left chopstick on the left side of the tofu. Second, I placed the right chopstick on the right side of the tofu. Third, I picked up the tofu and placed it in my mouth. In this way, I prepared to swallow the tofu by placing the tofu in my mouth using chopsticks.


12/08/2014 03:30 PM
10 As per Department

{10 As per department

A - 10 breasonings (br) unless otherwise stated, 1 br per function}

Medicine

A for each body system

Yoga

A for each asana's body system

Pedagogy

10 As for any H1 criteria

Meditation

10 As for blaming stress

Swinburne Philosophy Honours

30 80 br As, 80 br per original sentence

(Normally 15 80 br As, 10 br per original sentence)


12/05/2014 11:45 PM
Listen

Each sentence in a philosophy essay should be found out from a lecturer who finds it out from his or her professor character, where the lecturer blames 80 breasonings on his or her professor character, the student breasons out a single breasoning for the sentence and editors blame 50 80-breasoning As on the writer. The student's new sentence should contain the exact wording used by the professor, and the professor should be listened to after the student says, not explains his or her idea, the sentence should be dotted on if the student doesn't understand or agree with the professor's idea or the sentence should be included in the essay if the student understands and agrees with the professor's idea. The professor will give more exact wording if the student breasons out the professor's wording.


12/02/2014 06:27 PM
Being Published at a Conference

Being Published at a Conference

Have your paper published at an academic conference, in an academic journal or in a newspaper (e.g. by earning A-grade in a year 12 subject) by following these instructions, optionally going "Viral" (contributing sales statistics to a book), and earning research funding (see below).

1. Write an essay with A-grade.

a. First, write pedagogical essay notes, then write one's own original essay (or an essay based on a pedagogical essay notes with an original argument, like writing an argument based on Hegel's main argument related to the current chapter's argument).

b. Sentences in the essay should be drawn out from comments on earlier drafts of the essay.

c. Write according to universally significant ideas.

d. Breason out six breasonings per sentence for e.g. Hegel.

2. Breason out 50 As to earn a place at the conference.

3. Write an A-grade essay about the significance of the essay to a major newspaper.

4. Write a B-grade (disagreeing) essay disagreeing with a questionable side of the article to the newspaper.

5. Write an essay on the original essay topic for a student at the conference.

6. Think of two comments (breasoned out by you) about each main point in your original essay.

7. Fully excavate whole A's (pedagogical argument's) phenomenology/related uses, expanded algorithms for up to 10 times the length of the original pedagogical argument.

8. Write a pop song based White Christmas by Bing Crosby (to help publish your essay) about these ideas.

9. Bless a child with famousness with 50 As.

See also: How To Go Viral, Earning Research Funding


12/02/2014 06:27 PM
Earning Research Funding

One needs to be follow simple guidelines to be eligible for government research funding (the following applies to Australian government funding).

- 65% project quality and innovation - shift research so project doesn't look old, new questions, approaches to take, how connects to past.

- 10% feasibility and benefit - strategies for spin-off DVDs, books, etc. as examples of benefits of research.

- 15: research environment - honorary, visiting research positions.

- 10%: pedagogical criteria assessing essay.

Use a GAANT chart to plot activities to timeline.

Don't submit new projects, submit old projects, use money to fund new projects.

Writing a grant application

- describe research in a way that anyone / a non-specialist would understand.

- problem, significance - how it will move forward - national or international significance (Climate change, Nanotechnology, Economy, may be implicit), how/for whom you write.

- method - steps you took.

The ARC and minister only read title and 100 word summary.

Avoid controversial, provocative, terms

See also: How To Go Viral, Being Published at a Conference


11/17/2014 06:04 PM
Prayer for University

I pray for University when not studying there.


11/17/2014 03:41 PM
Christian Meditation

To my Christian friends: pray for 80 maranatha mantras and 80 maranatha sutras each day.


11/17/2014 08:38 AM
Pray for 10 breasonings per sentence,...

The entry Directors and Investors is rectified to mean that one can in fact pray for 10 breasonings per sentence, as long as one removes the spiritual yellow prayer artefact privately. This technique also works for essay sentences and when reading.


11/12/2014 04:49 AM
Why Learn Meditation during Sabbatical Year...

In one sentence, I recommend learning the skill of

Humanist Pedagogy

, to help earning A grade for University grades, earning a job and having a child without help, and the skill of

Lucian Meditation

, to help literally spiritually "train" you for life, use your whole brain in exams, especially using the meditation sutra, and prepare for life's challenges, including happiness through a holistic medicine course, before starting study or a job at about the age of 18.

Before your Sabbatical Year or Gap Year, it is important to consider your life's direction, and what to do studywise/workwise. I earned a job at KFC, travelled from my home city Melbourne, Australia, to visit Los Angeles in the United States, where I visited the Jet Propulsion Laboratory Open House at Caltech in Pasadena and met GeoMark, the Community Coordinator of my Geocities Community Leader homestead, or web site, in CapeCanaveral.

A list of my spiritual gifts so far includes having reached 50 specific As, giving me the ability to at least pray for a new group of 50 As, lecturer helpedness, then Nietzsche-helpedness, learning that I needed to change from completing one "Pedagogy" A in Ugrad to 15 and then 50 in Honours and Masters and above, respectively, which is fewer than the lecturers need to complete, which is fewer than 4 As per week, including 5 As per student's assignment, which is expanded to 50 As by the University, and reducing an A from 80 breasonings (ideas) to 10 breasonings, actually required per, and only per, original sentence in Honours and above in humanist pedagogy, learning to meditate using the meditation mantra and sutra, leading to becoming a meditation group leader, and study-confirmed spiritual gifts in Education, Theology, yoga, quantum physics, and especially Philosophy, which gave me a taste of many areas of study, etc.

Lucian Green

Bio


11/09/2014 05:09 AM
Higher Speed with Lucian Business Model

To achieve higher work speed and higher hiring speed with Lucian Business Model, breason out (visualise and think of the X, Y and Z dimensions of underlined named objects in) the following two arguments below for each employee (or versions specific to your employees), for agreement and disagreement 10-breasoning-long argument, to prepare for jobs.

Agreement Argument

1. I prepared to love you by cleaning my face. I did this by watching myself love you by eating chocolate cake. First, I cut a slice of chocolate cake. Second, I bit a mouthful of the chocolate cake. Third, I swallowed the mouthful of chocolate cake. In this way, I prepared to love you cleaning my face by watching myself love you by eating chocolate cake.

2. I prepared to love you by offering the mince tart to my friend. I did this by watching myself love you by eating minced fruit. First, I cooked sultanas. Second, I cooked breadcrumbs. Third, I cooked cherries. In this way, I prepared to love you by offering the mince tart to my friend by watching myself love you by eating minced fruit.

Disagreement Argument

1. I prepared to love you by mashing the banana with a fork. I did this by watching myself love you by eating the banana split, followed by digesting it in my stomach. First, I cut the banana in half with a knife. Second, I spooned vegan cream onto the banana. Third, I spooned the cream into my mouth. In this way, I prepared to love you by mashing the banana with a fork by watching myself love you by eating the banana split, followed by digesting it in my stomach.

2. I prepared to love you by shaking the vegan milkshake in a closed container. I did this by watching myself love you by drinking the vegan strawberry milkshake. First, I mashed the strawberry. Second, I poured it into the oat milk. Third, I stirred the vegan milk shake. In this way, I prepared to love you by shaking the vegan milkshake in a closed container by watching myself love you by drinking the vegan strawberry milkshake.

Following this, employees will be empowered to write one 10 breasoning-long A (instead of multiple 80 breasoning-long As, A grade essays that are tokens of professionalism, for jobs) per day. This speeds up work and collection of 10 As that may be used to employee a new employee.

See also: Aigs and Acting Roles


11/01/2014 05:31 AM
Lucian Quote about his Defining Attribute

Lucian Quote: "I prefer specificity, not generality in the world, which is my defining attribute as a philosopher".

1. I prepared to eat the green grape with the fork. I did this by eating yoghurt. First, I opened the refrigerator. Second, I took out the grape. Third, I took out the yoghurt and spoon. In this way, I prepared to eat the green grape with the fork by eating yoghurt.

2. I prepared to eat a strawberry. I drank a fermented milk drink with my lips. First, I opened the cool box. Second, I removed the fermented milk drink with my hand. Third, I unpeeled its lid and drank it. In this way, I prepared to eat a strawberry and drank a fermented milk drink with my lips.



10/31/2014 07:14 AM
How to Attract Business

Do your customers' homework (school, work, personal) in terms of pedagogical arguments to attract business each day. This may be the first part of the first customer's homework, and is referred to as "recording".

Argument

1. I prepared to eat the tomato dip. I did this by eating the cheese crisp. First, I cut the cheese with the knife. Second, I placed the slice of cheese on the crisp. Third, I placed the cheese crisp on my tongue. In this way, I prepared to eat the tomato dip by eating the cheese crisp.

2. I prepared to eat the sprig of coriander. I did this by making the cheese waffle. First, I placed the slice of bread in the waffle iron. Second, I placed a slice of cheddar cheese on the slice of bread. Third, I placed the slice of bread on the slice of cheese. In this way, I prepared to eat the sprig of coriander by making the cheese waffle.


10/31/2014 03:35 AM
Famousness by Maharishi and Thoughts by Nietzsche
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Famousness by Maharishi and Thoughts by Nietzsche


10/30/2014 10:57 AM
Ball Prolog Programming Language

The Prolog Programming Language can be simulated using a ball and tunnel apparatus:

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Figure 1. Append. To append [c] to [a,b], remove a separator between the balls "a" and "b", and "c".

1. Append

To append [c] to [a,b], remove a separator between the balls "a" and "b", and "c".

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Figure 2. Is. In order from smallest size of ball, corresponding to smallest value and smallest hole size, to largest size of ball, corresponding to largest value and largest hole size, the value printed on a ball can be read, i.e. "A is 3".

2. Is

In order from smallest size of ball, corresponding to smallest value and smallest hole size, to largest size of ball, corresponding to largest value and largest hole size, the value printed on a ball can be read, i.e. "A is 3".

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Figure 3. Plus. A row of balls in released to the level below by the first addend ball triggering a lever by sinking into a hole on the left of a matrix, then the addition result from this row of balls is released to the level below by the second addend ball triggering a lever by sinking into hole on the top of the matrix, e.g. "B is 1+1".

3. Plus

A row of balls in released to the level below by the first addend ball triggering a lever by sinking into a hole on the left of a matrix, then the addition result from this row of balls is released to the level below by the second addend ball triggering a lever by sinking into hole on the top of the matrix, e.g. "B is 1+1".

Pedagogical Argument for Ball Prolog Programming Language:

1. I prepared to eat the french toast. I did this by loving you by drinking tea with you. First, I strained the tea. Second, I poured the cup of tea from the teapot. Third, I drank the cup of tea. In this way, I prepared to eat the french toast by loving you by drinking tea with you.

2. I prepared to eat the strawberry jam. I did this by loving cooking the damper on the fire. First, I mixed the flour and water. Second, I skewered the damper on the stick. Third, I cooked the damper. In this way, I prepared to eat the strawberry jam by loving cooking the damper on the fire.


10/27/2014 11:22 PM
Red and Blue "Sam" Meditator Helper Face

"Sam's" face is red when you pray for 20 meditation utterances per day per family member and friend and Sam's face is blue when, instead, you pray for 80 meditation utterances per day per family member as well as praying for 20 meditation utterances per day per friend.

Achieving Sam's blue face is automatically done for business and manually for church.

It is murder not to pray for someone to make Sam's face at least blue on Recording Day.

Sam only likes family (not friends) to pray for 80 meditation utterances for a person per day, but it is all right for anyone to pray for 20 meditation utterances for anyone per day.

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"Sam's" face is red when you pray for 20 meditation utterances per day per family member and friend and Sam's face is blue when, instead for family members, you pray for 80 meditation utterances per day per family member as well as praying for 20 meditation utterances per day per friend.


10/20/2014 06:36 AM
Why study humanities?

University, in which Arts (humanities) and Science are the main faculties, is more responsible than school in preparing you for the workforce and it or VET are required before jobs. The "skill" from the study of Humanities (writing humanist pedagogy As, A-grade essays that are tokens of professionalism, containing at least 80 breasonings, which are objects described in terms of their X, Y and Z dimensions that are visualized in a high quality to God) has many advantages that can be found more easily in later degrees, is needed in the degree itself and is needed during one's life). Philosophy, a major that needs funding like all other majors contained subjects on the philosophers Socrates, Plato, Aristotle, Wittgenstein, Nietzsche, Descartes, Kant et al, covering Phenomenology and Existentialism, Philosophy and Literature, Philosophy of Art, Ancient Greek Philosophy, Continental Philosophy, Eastern Philosophy, et al. The subject on Nietzsche was critical in helping me develop my "skill".

In general, Humanities can be seen as covering all ideas from philosophy of people and objects, politics, literary studies, creative arts, history, anthropology to philosophy of science, etc. Each of these can act as a smaller "University" model, e.g. contain subjects on art, medicine, language, mind, science and computers.

Advantageous university study includes short courses (supports applying for a job from that department), subjects (contain assignments that you can earn A for, that count towards a first-class degree, the benefits of are teaching and reward of spiritual sense of achievement, around which job performance standards revolve), majors (awards the complete health and protection for training tasks from a department, where knowledge protects), degrees (engages major protection and opens the door to further study), Honours (tests between the Pedagogue and non-Pedagogue, in particular whether you are with-it about writing 15 As per assignment), Masters (tests whether you are with-it about writing 50 As per thesis and gives you the opportunity to develop your list of journal articles, needed for employment in academia, where both A-grade and 50 business As are required for journal publication and business As are the same A, breasoned out 50 times), PhD (also requiring 50 As per thesis, and can aim for publication of journal articles, enables you to find post-doctoral work as an academic).

Computing (admittedly in science) also develops important logical and spider web-clearing, area of study-building abilities, while philosophy (found in humanities) and other philosophical humanities subjects build moral and critical reasoning abilities.

Meditation - Theology

Why learn Lucian Meditation? It removes depression-causing rumination circuits in the brain and turns off cancer switches in the genes.

Are famousness or just diligence prerequisites for meditation? Some would include medicine, psychology, psychiatry (or a short course) and advanced sutra courses in meditation and education as alternative viable prerequisites to meditation.

Links: Why Lucianic Meditation is the Equal Best Type of Meditation, Meditation Triangle (Start Own Group 2), Prerequisites for Meditation (Lucianic Meditation (LM) - What Employees Give As To).

Study Critical Thinking - Philosophy Subject

Studying Critical Thinking (the art of converting arguments to and from argument maps, thinking of reasons and objections for and to, respectively, premises and agreeing with a side of each contemporary issue debated) increases one's overall University score according to research.

Links: Paragraph structure: paraphrase quotes and comments and find out connections and arguments from lecturers in essays, Library Texts

Study Humanist Pedagogy - Nietzsche Subject in Philosophy - Education

Humanist Pedagogy is a seldom-offered study of writing one's own areas of study. The first step towards this is meditation, while experimental writing of essays in the sometimes-referred to "pedagogy format," an essay format containing an exposition (during which disagreement with the writer inevitably leads to failure) and critique, can lead to being "commissioned" as a pedagogue by studying a Nietzsche subject (which introduced you to Nietzsche, who influences writing the pedagogical arguments) and an Education subject (which is from the department that is responsible for pedagogy, which means study of teaching, the study of which finishes off breasonings, arguments and performs whole arguments in some circumstances).

Links: Lucian's Pedagogy

Become a Humanist Pedagogue

To become an entry-level human pedagogue (a writer of A-grade essays), write 10,000 ideas (seriously!) on your chosen or interfacial area(s)-of-study to prepare yourself to study idea-intensive Nietzsche and Education, enabling you to write powerful pedagogical arguments, that unlock your ability to earn higher grades.

As an extension to your career, breason out 10,000x10 breasoning-long As to be like Nietzsche (and some philosophers from other cultures, who can directly help with writing pedagogical arguments).

Links: 1,000 As, 10,000 As, University and Nietzsche, Uses for Pedagogy (A Child is Born), Lucian's Pedagogy


10/17/2014 09:51 AM
Pillar of 10 Prayers Per Text

Pray for a Pillar of 10 Prayers Per Text to accompany

Nietzsche, Foucault and Perfect Expression in Philosophy

.


10/17/2014 09:32 AM
Nietzsche, Foucault and Perfect Expression...

After writing a breasoning list, chapter and essay as in Breathsoning, take the additional steps of Nietzsche and Foucault and write arguments related to the topic that the essay reminds you of (where the essay is only pointing to these arguments), then think of ontologies containing these arguments and a computer program connecting these ontologies and write a new argument about the computer program omitting the arguments.


10/17/2014 02:54 AM
Lucian on Philosophy (Encyclopedia categories)

Reality

Reality is summarised by a computational idealist, that the mind, a computational instrument determines how we construct and deal with the world, whom however relies on other minds to construct his or her world (hence the reality paradox) and a computational realist, who claims the world is a set of pre-existent computers, and whom has no explanation for other phenomena that he cannot understand the development, use or computational workings of them.

Existence

The Darwinist theory of natural selection that computational brains and beings came into existence over billions of years after evolving from biochemical reactions in "shells" is hard to find biotechnological uses for and therefore can't be reconciled with the practical question about whether the thing is stronger than nothing, which can't be proven because nothing, the unknown time before our lives, is eternally the source of the thing.

Knowledge

Computational knowledge can't be fathomed because of the vast length in value it is likely to have when collected from other worlds in the universe, which would take too long and be too far away to collect. Internally, computers are unlikely to approach total knowledge because they are based on objects, which have flaws preventing them from being perfect, and are not God-capable, where only God can think of all possibilities.

Values

Ideal values are left alone in philosophy because of inherent flaws in human nature, that is drawn to the reason of error. Real values are shaped by a natural, societo-computational (equalising, or entropic) influence that cannot escape the reason of the universe.

Reason

Pure computational reason is an impossible midlier between computational and human brain which falls before God-earned existence. God has the advantage over computational humans of access to His God Computer that contains all knowledge of time, but which cannot be explained to mortals because this explanation in terms of realism is paradoxically transcended.

Mind

Only the sentient mind is capable of computational processing of language, which requires God to transcend it's limits in ideal value-development and sharing, skill-development and use and achieving true meaning, while non-evolving computers will eventually be permanently switched off because of non-sentience (non-self-awareness) even though they possess limited language abilities.

Language

Real truth (e.g. truth arrived at by a computer) is always approximated due to grey areas arising from problems with causation, errors in perception, unknowing human and systematic bias in thinking (which will one day be analysed in the brain), leading to linguistic muddling of 1 and 0, from microscopic to macroscopic levels of resolution. Futuristic aims of language will in fact be revealed as being ancient artefacts archetypal of that civilisation's current writing, not speech or thinking, where this writing is skewed between trying and non-trying.


10/13/2014 06:46 AM
Writing Journal Articles and Encyclopedia Articles

Write Journal Articles and Encyclopedia Articles by writing the sentence (column 1), 10

breasonings

as the threshold for A (column 2), and twice per paragraph, write an argument to relate to the sentence (column 3), and protectedly undevelopedly breason out the sentence (use a common breasoning before thinking of the sentence's object's X, Y and Z dimensions).

These sentences and their connective sentences should be structured in a hierarchy in each paragraph.

Ideally (or as an extension) the key term in each sentence/breasoning of the 10 breasoning A should be related to the original sentence, unlocking a non-extraneous dimension of this sentence.

The argument is formed by writing the Topic of the essay, a random separate breasoned sentence with key term underlined and topic of the sentence, Combination of the topic and key term, Objection to this combination using an object name, the inverse Reason of this objection and Relation of the reason to the Essay's Argument. See the following for an example.

Column 1:

Many papers on the Heidegger texts and Daoism are unapproachable because the word "dao" is often mistranslated as "way" or "path" in the second instance in "The Dao that can be trodden is not the enduring and unchanging Dao," (Daodejing 1) when in fact paths cannot change, so this paper proposes an acceptable alternative by translating "Dao" as "doctrine" here, where a doctrine should be followed carefully.

Column 2:

1. I prepared to visit the circus. I did this by lolling the lolly in my mouth. First, I unwrapped the lolly. Second, I inserted it in my mouth. Third, I started licking it. In this way, I prepared to visit the circus by lolling the lolly in my mouth.

2. I prepared to pull the rabbit out of the hat. I did this by putting the rabbit in the hat. First, I carefully placed bunny in the hat. Second, I placed the lid in the hat.

1. circus tent, lolly, wrapper, mouth, tongue, acrobat.

2. rabbit, hat, magic table, lid.

Column 3:

Topic: Daoism,

I prepared to like you, doctrine

Combination:

The person verified the doctrine.

Objection:

The person omitted + in 1+1, leading to thinking it meant 11.

Reason:

The person wrote + in 1+1.

Doctrine (of being):

Carefulness

10 specific breasonings per sentence:

1. I prepared to watch the footy. I did this by loving you by eating the vegan meat pie. First, I made the pastry. Second, I filled it with vegan meat (tofu). Third, I heated it piping hot and nibbled it. In this way, I prepared to watch the footy by loving you by eating the vegan meat pie.

2. I prepared to eat the sugar biscuits at play lunch. I did this by watching myself loving you by trying the finger biscuit. First, I mixed the sea Salt, non-dairy butter, unbleached all purpose flour, baking powder, baking soda, almond milk and lemon juice. Second, I heated the mixture. Third, I ate the finger biscuit. In this way, I prepared to eat the sugar biscuits at play lunch by watching myself loving you by trying the finger biscuit.

1. Ball, vegan meat pie, pastry, tofu, oven, goal post.

2. Iced biscuit, finger biscuit, sea Salt, non-dairy butter, unbleached all purpose flour, baking powder, baking soda, almond milk, lemon juice.



10/13/2014 05:44 AM
Cat Ears in Film and Television
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The "Cat Ears" represent 10 breasonings for each sentence, "actor", etc. and the line between them represents an protected undeveloped breasoning for each sentence's object.

The "Cat Ears" represent 10 breasonings for each sentence, "actor", etc. on the day and the line between them represents an protected undeveloped breasoning for each sentence's object. In addition, the production company should have 10 As to enable the 1000 As of University and one set of 5 As for the production in theatre or multiple (for a total of 50 As) sets of 5 As for the production actors, etc. in film. NB. If the film production needs more than 50 As to cover extras, etc., it is termed "higher quality than it (50 As)".

When an actor or singer writes a 80-190 breasoning long argument for a production, the producer specifies to, or finds out from religion and gives to meditation specifications for the expansion of 16 character details, which are expansions of a set of 10 breasonings per actor per day*, while she or he may stop after breasoning 8*10=80 breasonings for the production that day. This raises the points that 1. Each actor should meditate using e.g. the Lucian mantra for twenty minutes twice per day and the Green sutra for twenty minutes per day and that 2. more people should be involved, particularly in making breasoning lists available to the actor or singer.

* 1. I prepared to eat the hard raspberry candy. I did this by loving you by eating cake. First, I ate the sponge cake. Second, I ate the cream filling. Third, I ate the icing on the cake. In this way, I prepared to eat the hard raspberry candy by loving you by eating cake.

2. I prepared to turn the Christmas water dome upside down (e.g. recognise 16 details per actor). I did this by sighting you loving me by eating a spoonful of ice cream. First, I touched the ice cream with the wooden spoon. Second, I scooped a spoonful of ice cream onto the wooden spoon. Third, I ate this ice cream. In this way, I prepared to turn the Christmas water dome upside down (e.g. recognise 16 details per actor) by sighting you loving me by eating a spoonful of ice cream.

1. hard raspberry candy, cake, sponge cake level, cream filling, icing, cake knife.

2. Christmas water dome, ice cream, wooden spoon, scoop of ice cream, tongue, house in winter.


10/11/2014 09:41 PM
Lucianic Meditation (LM) - What Employees...

LM is necessary in the world.

LM doorknockers

  • person who takes money is different from person who gives change.

50 As

  • 4000 breasonings (br) (50 As, 21*190 philosophy A br) per song, each of which are about Pedagogy, Meditation or Philosophy, where songs about philosophy contain a "book" of arguments about the essay topics, from a single department, with 50 80-breasoning As to reach the professionalism threshold to receive other 50s.

  • sales - to reach the threshold to make sales of the product (4*10*10 br to Primary school of Liturgical Church year 5 teachers), comments/radio appearances - to reach the threshold to collect comments on the product (10*10 br) included in 50 As

  • LM program on TV station: 250 br per employee, including costume, make-up, creative writing, acting, soundtrack, film, literature, philosophy

  • 50 As for these (costume, etc.) in LM company

  • 50 As (in fact, 250 br) for human resources (hiring employees for 50 breasoned As) per semester

    NB. Where 250 breasonings is mentioned, think 15 specific (on the topic) and original (never before used) As with a grand total of non-specific 50 As.

Primary school, secondary school

  • reading, writing , maths, etc.

Meditation pack

  1. Meditation

  2. Pedagogy

  3. medicine

  4. Psychiatry

Pedagogue pack

  1. Meditation pack

  2. Develop (if you like) 1000 undeveloped philosophies to turn developed

  3. Nietzsche subject in Arts degree

  4. Education subject

Additional necessary subjects

  • Yoga

  • Food

  • Architecture

  • Chemistry

  • Peace

LM gives As to

  • medicine

  • social life (food, water, warmth, shelter, solar power, electricity, toilet away from crops and water).

  • career


10/11/2014 08:04 PM
1,000 As, 10,000 As, University and Nietzsche

NB. State "I have deleted them (the big ideas)" before each breasoning in each of the following As to avoid distractions such as pauses, mistakes and taking too long.

Breason out 1,000 As (one A per day) for 3 years to form the "cornerstone" of a University.

Breason out 10,000 As (as above) for 30 years to become a Nietzsche-like Pedagogy-Helper, who would benefit from being a famous professor.


10/02/2014 02:43 AM
Recording Day

Note: One meditation technique for countering the requirements of Recording Day or one day during a non-famous job is by repeating the Lucian mantra for twenty minutes twice per day and repeating the Green sutra for twenty minutes twice per day.

1. When is Recording Day?

Whether Recording Day (Fame Day) during a famous job or any day during a non-famous job is the correct day to meditate to protect oneself to fulfill profession requirements depends on the type of job, for example:

Famous jobs (require meditation on the day, which also confirms departmental specific training before, during or after the job) - include those which are recorded for screen or audio broadcast, publishing, are theological or help with these:

- Entertainment actor or singer for television, radio or a movie

- Writer for screen or audio broadcast or publishing

- Theological service clergy and congregation members

- Crew, employees or helpers in these productions or services

- University lecturers who write for journals who help these productions

- "Famous" businesses or production audience members where customers and audience members, respectively are increased in fame when already famous.

- Famous As (A-grade essays that are tokens of professionalism) writers and recipients.

Non-famous jobs (require departmental specific training or meditation before, during or after the days-long job) - where no famousness of the type in famous jobs is encountered:

- School teachers and students

- University lecturers and students

- Most employees and managers

- Non-famous As (A-grade essays that are tokens of professionalism) writers and recipients

2. What are the Requirements of Recording Day?

The professional requirements of Recording Day are 50 breasoned As on Recording Day (see Breathsoning Completed Breasoning List Movie), Meditation technique above and links at the bottom of the page. For non-famous jobs, usually paying training (to University, etc.) will satisfy professional requirements, which are 50 As to be trained for the (not the 50 As for earning) the job.

See also: Meditation Triangle (Start Own Group 2), A Big A Per Day Keeps the Doctor Away, Being Published at a Conference, How To Go Viral, Earning Research Funding Products, Lucian's Pedagogy


10/01/2014 06:13 PM
Pray for 10 Beroccas

Note: Please consult your doctor about taking the right amount of medicine.

Note: It is recommended to study Medicine (e.g. a University Self-Pulse-Diagnosis course) before the following.

Note: It is recommended to have a flu vaccine each summer.

Pray for (not take!) 50 Berocca Units at the start, then pray for 10 of these Units each day to avoid a cold or flu.


10/01/2014 06:11 PM
Pray for 10 Fibre Supplement Units

Note: Please consult your doctor about taking the right amount of medicine.

Note: It is recommended to study Medicine (e.g. a University Self-Pulse-Diagnosis course) before the following.

Pray for (not take!) 50 Fibre Supplement Units at the start, then pray for 10 of these Units each day to have firm stools.


09/06/2014 05:23 AM
College of Arts Audition

Including 15 As for the audition's performance (in a theatre or music audition), you will need 50 As broken into approximately 3 main roles (3*15 As = 45 As) and 11 speaking roles (11*5 = 55 As) for a total of 50 As. If 100% (190 breasonings) rather than 80 breasonings is wanted, you will need the equivalent of 50 As, 22 As broken into approximately 1 main role (15 As), 1 speaking role (5 As), and 2 non-speaking extra roles (2*1 As = 2 As) for a total of 22 100% As ~ 50 As.

A fine arts audition for e.g. printmaking or filmmaking requires the maximum number of projects (which each need a maximum of 15 As) with the rest being 5 A fillers.

P.S. You do not need a 10 A-"major" as part of the portfolio, because this is part of the University major.

P.P.S. This number of specific As (As that are written specifically on the topic of an assignment) should be attempted over 1-2 years, with the rate of approximately 134 breasonings per week over 30 weeks or 67 breasonings per week over 60 weeks, respectively.


09/03/2014 12:55 AM
Program Ideas

Synonym paraphraser

Argument verifier

Article quality/sources breadth/depth verifier


09/02/2014 06:57 AM
Star

Be a star using the following guide. NB: How to earn an A is described on Lucian's Pedagogy.

Specific As (needed as part of the business As):

- 10 As per star (main role/lead actor), who "is" the company.

- 5 As per song.

- 5 As per video.

Business As:

- 15 business As per performance, from your brain to your mouth to speak to the audience

- 15 business As by you from a member of the audience's brain to his or her mouth to say a high quality comment.

1. Table of As required for film actors:

Film Actor A Requirements

Breasoned As required to enter acting agency (over several days)*

As required to earn a role

Breasoned As (may be) required on recording day

Meditated on As required on recording day

Star (Main Role)

50

15

15+15 for audience's comments=30

50

Speaking Actor

50

5

5+5 for audience's comments=10

50

Non-Speaking Extra

50

1

0

50

2. Table of As required for theatre actors:

Theatre Actor A Requirements

Breasoned As required to enter acting agency (over several days)*

As required to earn a role

Breasoned As required on performance day

Meditated on As required on performance day

Star (Main Role)

50

15

0

0

Speaking Actor

50

5

0

0

Non-Speaking Extra

50

1

0

0

* A maximum of 50 As are needed by the acting agency to cover roles' "product-likeness", i.e. professionally sell a product in an advertisement, e.g. for main role: 15 As for each of main part, ability to listen to audience comments, interact with other actor, be made up and use a prop, e.g. for speaking actor: 5 As for each of speaking part, ability to listen to audience comments, interact with other actor, be made up and use a prop. It is usually 50 As even if the total of these is less than 50 to cover professional reasons.

Glossary

A - A grade essay that is a token of professionalism.

Business A - An A not necessarily written on the topic of the assignment.

Specific A - An A written specifically on the topic of the assignment.


08/29/2014 09:36 PM
No Big Ideas to 15 As

As your "Level Up Scroll", (the secret behind becoming "with-it" in wanting to write 15 As, which is the requirement for Honours assignments), pray for or breason out an A, preceding each breasoning with "I have deleted them (the big ideas)". Companies selling this idea additionally breason out 50 As with the big ideas deleted, for permanency of effects.

The idea again? Having an A in deleting big ideas leads to knowing about the 15 As requirement of Honours.


08/28/2014 08:39 PM
Brain Sacrifices Are Not Necessary

Instead of making a "point" brain sacrifice, you can imply the "T bar" symbol that is implied at the same time instead to appear with-it if an A is asked for.

See also: Pedagogy (including Breasonings).

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The T bar symbol (a T with an ascending bar through it) should be implied instead of a brain sacrifice, to receive an A breasoned out by someone else.


08/28/2014 05:07 AM
Antioxidants Block Bacteria and Viruses

From http://www.healthline.com/health/cold-flu/prevention-tips:

"Another study published in Phytochemistry found that elderberry extract contains flavonoids with antiviral properties. Specifically, it blocked H1N1 from infecting potential host cells."

I also confirmed that antioxidants such as Berocca or Kruger Multivitamin Effervescent Tablets can block the binding sites of bacteria and viruses with potential host cells at a Monash University Australia Bachelor of Science first year biology lecture.



08/28/2014 03:17 AM
Madness Deleted from Essay Connections

Madness should be deleted from

essay connections

.


08/27/2014 07:23 AM
Lucianic Meditators have a Child Religion

Lucianic Meditators each:

  • have a Child Religion so that they are enjoy life as God and are leaders in the community.
  • meditate on Lucianic Meditation for their Child Religion to work.

08/27/2014 05:29 AM
NeuroPedagogy Writers and Verifiers

I predict that

pedagogy arguments

will be able to written and verified with the help of neuroscans within 5-25 years.


08/27/2014 05:26 AM
Pedagogy Writing A in Lucianic Meditation

Lucianic Meditators can pray to have a pedagogy writing

A

(to be physiologically able to write down pedagogical arguments) to qualify for A grade at university or school


08/26/2014 11:55 PM
Computer Science Basis for Nietzsche/Lucian...

Write computer science programs connecting through arguments and connections between them, or in fact, write computer science programs for arguments and account for connections between arguments by writing ontologies (how the arguments are related through hierarchical data structures).


08/26/2014 06:40 AM
Nietzsche/Lucian Algorithm

The "Nietzsche/Lucian Algorithm" allows you to write University-grade research papers by connecting your ideas based on a framework of "deduced" arguments. In the following algorithm, replacing the pedagogy notes from sources with your own brainstorm and your own brainstorm on the philosopher's topic, you can write primary and secondary philosophy respectively.

1. Hierarchise:

a. key terms from pedagogy notes from sources and

b. key terms from Nietzsche notes.

2. Draw correspondences (lines) between key terms and Nietzsche key terms

3. "Deduce" the arguments from each of the Nietzsche key terms

4. "Deduce" the connection of 10 of these arguments.

5. Write the key terms from the pedagogy notes corresponding to the deduced arguments in a new argument map.

P.S. Write any additional notes related to the key terms from the pedagogy notes after this.


08/25/2014 09:08 PM
Beat Depression

Caution: Only take medication as directed by your doctor.

Either:

1a. study a University short course in self-pulse diagnosis and dot on 50 prozacs in a high quality way (using a breasoned counter: 1x1x0.5) before the day.

b. or pray for a University short course in self-pulse diagnosis and dot on 50 prozacs in a high quality way (using a breasoned counter: 1x1x0.5) before the day.

2. Then dot on 10 prozacs and meditate using the Green sutra to beat depression.


08/25/2014 05:42 AM
The Meaning of Life: Humanist Pedagogy

Is the meaning of life a psychophysical trait you can attain or not attain during your life? If so, a possible meaning of life is humanist pedagogy, the reaching of a threshold to feed and regenerate your spirit.

Pedagogy enables you to have automatically return to you in quantifiable dimensions:

  • A (A grade in essays that is a token of professionalism) each containing enough ideas above a threshold visualised in a high-quality way to God, contrary to some humanists' opinions (that it involves God), but not mine.
  • Healthily conceived babies
  • The earning of jobs
  • "Souped-up Pedagogy" that exists in nature in the form of Meditation, with a variety of psychophysical benefits, including protection from professionalism requirements of jobs in the form of training on fame day and one of the non famous days by using a "magic number" of As.

08/22/2014 10:22 AM
Requirement of Being an Actor

Requirement of Being an Actor/Musician/Meditation Group Leader:

Think "I have deleted the big ideas" before performing each line.

In addition, you should dot on 10 breasonings representing an A, and dot on the idea of 50 As (the power to do which comes from breasoning out 50 original As), which combine so that performances are interesting still about the performance (your performance is professional quality).


08/21/2014 11:05 PM
Nietzsche and the Blocking Technique

When Nietzsche stops helping a writer to arguments (usually with a maximum of 15-20 80-breasoning As per semester), he or she should "block" the rest necessary for a higher grade by writing down algorithms for uses of uses (the first sentence in paragraph chapters, see

example

) and expanding algorithms' steps (thinking of more objects related to the algorithm).


08/21/2014 09:00 AM
Pedagogy and Meditation: Systems Proposal

Pedagogy and Meditation systems will require logical, epistemological, ethical, aesthetic and justice-related parts to qualify as systems.


08/21/2014 08:46 AM
Beat Schizophrenic Hallucination Attacks

Caution: Only take medication as directed by your doctor.

Either:

1a. study a University short course in self-pulse diagnosis and dot on 50 clozapines in a high quality way (using a breasoned counter: 1x1x0.5) before the day.

b. or pray for a University short course in self-pulse diagnosis and dot on 50 clozapines in a high quality way (using a breasoned counter: 1x1x0.5) before the day.

2. Then dot on 10 clozapines and meditate using the Green sutra to beat schizophrenic hallucination attacks and function normally.


08/21/2014 08:42 AM
Squishy Mucous in Pranayama

The current head of the meditation should pray for squishy mucous in pranayama including on Recording Day (in broadcast or print) every day.


08/16/2014 11:21 AM
Write Argument by Reading 50 Texts

Write a breasoned essay argument by first reading one sentence from each of 50 texts on the topic. This will give you the confidence to connect and transitively connect arguments and rewrite "circular" arguments. Connect related arguments by inserting a "change" term, e.g. I boiled the water "to" drink the tea. Transitively connect arguments in the form A -> B, B -> C by writing A ->C, e.g. Socrates is a man, All men are mortal, therefore Socrates is mortal. Rewrite circular arguments which are a circle of arguments with "therefore" links by deciding on the start, end and direction of the argument (where A therefore B is written A -> B).


08/10/2014 03:00 AM
Meditation Triangle Appendum

Appendum to

Meditation Triangle (Start Own Religion 2):

i. A religion does not need a parent religion to become meditation religions if it can generate 50 As each day itself.

ii. For each of God, Bible, Mantra and Sutra, you need 50 breasoned As for the meditation religion to work.

iii. To have high-quality imagery appear to them, Religion Heads and meditators need to repeat the Breasonings Details to his or her God character.


08/10/2014 01:47 AM
Meditation Triangle (Start Own Group 2)

Deleted image: meditation triangle with parent, 50 ideas per second and single pointedness (daily meditation) corners.

NB. The following contains links to Universal Time Points for Pedagogy and Meditation (ideas required at points in time that help students earn A grade and help meditators breason out 50 As per day, including Recording Day) that increase current groups to meditation groups.

To be a Meditation leader (to start a meditation group), one needs:

1. A Parent Group that can supply your group with 50 breasoned As (A-grade essays that are tokens of professionalism) per day, to support meditators during Recording Days (days when meditators need 50 As to satisfy professionalism requirements when being recorded on broadcast screen, radio or are published in print). Transcendental Meditation, Buddhism or Lucianic Meditation are recommended Parents because their organisers "dot on" 50 breasoned As (usually from schools, which are more rigorous in accepting high quality As), however other groups may be able to mimic this property of Parents. "Business As" (re-breasoned out As that have been breasoned out previously, but possibly not yet for Education) are viable contenders for the minimum daily set of 50 As per group. NB 1. When a group can supply it's own 50 As (usually because of 50 As being supplied by it's own school(s)), it doesn't need a parent, but the leader of the group still needs to pray each day to the parent (for 50 As, through 80 mantras and 80 sutras), although the next leader of the group doesn't need to pray to the Parent, even though the viable source of 50 As within the group hasn't been attained, because meditating on the leader of the group will achieve this. NB 2. The leader of the group should propagate knowledge about Humanist Pedagogy to secure viable sources of "A" during his or her life, so that the group can survive, be relied upon for 50 As by meditators and Child groups (for which, even though if it can't provide 50 As itself, a lineage of meditation teacher-meditation student to a Parent exists that can provide 50 As each day).

2. Meditation requires 50 Ideas Per Second , i.e. the breasoned out As mentioned earlier should be uniformly distributed over the number of utterances (mantras and sutras, words said in the mind) during the period of meditation each day. This is only possible using the process or prayer for the process in the link above, i.e. saying 5 breasonings in 5 seconds, using a stopwatch, 50 times. This "programs" the leader to "give" that meditator 50 breasonings per utterance. NB. Other core and non-core meditation technologies, mentioned in Lucian Green's Abracadabra 2 song (original lyrics, song meaning) and in his Free Sutra Course are also necessary building blocks for meditation, which arguable constitutes the group's entire philosophy.

3. Meditation requires an unbroken chain of meditation sessions each day (referred to as "single pointedness") to reap meditation's benefits and support those around you. Daily meditation is especially necessary in the leader of the group to upload the 50 As for him or her and others to download.

To meditate using Lucianic Meditation, repeat the mantra "Lucian" for twenty minutes twice per day and the sutra "Green" for twenty minutes twice per day silently in your head, refining and clearing your thoughts.

See also: How to Start Your Own Religion for the "triangle" of the minimum for a high quality of life.


08/09/2014 09:31 PM
Nietzsche's Dream of University

I dreamt that when Nietzsche dreamt of dancing characters, this symbolised all departments at University (including Dance),

As

(A-grade essays that are tokens of professionalism) for which can be given to a student during his and my philosophy subject.


08/04/2014 11:59 PM
We are Based on Nothing

Maharishi Lucian: We don't have emptiness in our centre, we have some content, we are just based on nothing.


08/01/2014 08:08 PM
50 As to Write a Book

To write primary literature or secondary literature on primary literature, write

50 As

before writing the book. For example, a book about eastern and western philosophy chosen to be in the library at the country's most prestigious institution had 50 As.


07/27/2014 08:06 PM
Prevent Cancer in Animals

Prevent Cancer in Animals - additional 50 As processed for, not by animal's body.

NB. It was thought that the following wouldn't work because recordings of additional 50 As would arrive and be processed by the animal's body, however if one group of 50 As was breasoned out this is all that would be required on Recording Day, like a person, and the rest would be processed for the animal.

Prevent cancer in animals on Recording Day by breasoning 50 As (where there are 80 breasonings per A) out using this video.

Warning: Meditation and "recorded" As are dangerous for animals' health, but breasoned As are harmless to them. These breasoned As should be breasoned out for that animal, before the single animal is recorded, on that day.

See also A Big A Per Day Keeps the Doctor Away.


07/24/2014 02:22 AM
Organise to start a Meditation Centre

The treasurer should invest money, the dividends from which should be used for property hire and other expenses.


07/15/2014 07:16 AM
Breathsoning Completed Breasoning List Movie

See

Movie

In addition, try watching and breasoning out the objects, after saying "I have deleted them (the big ideas)" before each breasoning.


07/13/2014 09:58 PM
You Be The Judge Short Film

Watch the movie of Lucian's Pedagogy Breathsonings:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JuhgMV6t_gw


07/13/2014 05:05 AM
Specificity of A

1. Breasoned As (A-grade arguments) should be specific (on the topic of the assignment) at:

- University, when the As are collected for giving out as degree As by institution founders, academics or by students passing Pedagogy's Professor Algorithm and God Professor Algorithm argument tests to write specific As.

- Industry, when e.g. 5 As are needed to be written by the artist (which need to be expanded to 50 As by the company) for the professional standard of the product to the met, for e.g. recruitment, sales and receiving additional 50 As (in addition to the first 50 As) such as tours.

2. Breasoned As don't need to be specific (not necessarily on the topic of the assignment) at:

- University, when students collect As, each on a single nonspecific topic to support earning 75% or higher on an assignment.

- University or Industry, when specific As are modified (reinitialised by Nietzschean perspectives) to point at specific topics, and are used for student needs, etc. and sales, etc. for University or Industry respectively.


07/05/2014 03:05 AM
You'll Be Sacked If You Don't Show Up
Unless you have a good excuse, not including "I can't travel that far to an acting job" with little time to find a replacement, you'll be sacked (from an acting agency) if you don't show up for a job.
06/29/2014 08:08 AM
Classic Film

Classic film can be accomplished by breasoning out and turning over breasonings to reveal the true state of shooting, colour-grading, acting, writing, music, and art, lighting, wardrobe and make-up, and these differed from, and the same for seen-as versions for these.


06/29/2014 07:16 AM
Post-Humanism
A big A of 50 As in Post-Humanism would argue for noumenalism (study of the thing-in-itself), e.g +/- model of neuronal interactions.
06/29/2014 07:11 AM
Post-Naturalism
A big A of 50 As in post-naturalism would argue for the sympathetic study of madness (defined as madness), i.e. arguing against children's make-beliefs or paracosms.
06/28/2014 09:45 PM
Directors and Investors

Directors should show their film, breason out a 10-breasoning A to "God" (the investor), not necessarily pray for it, and have 2-3 scripts ready to be invested in for the next film at the film festival.


06/28/2014 09:37 PM
How to Write a Viable Script/Song

Find out an argument for your idea for a script/song from cosmology from Avatar/White Christmas etc. (the production that best reveals your production, although you may desire one of the previously mentioned productions because they are more likely to be profitable), turn over the argument to reveal the script/song, then replace appropriate parts of it to match your ideas if you feel it is necessary.


06/28/2014 09:23 PM
Flying Bird Model for a Line

To read a play in a fun way, turn over 85 breasonings to reveal the hidden meaning and turn over 85 breasonings about a seen-as version (the topic's use). This is like a bird moving her two wings while flying.

Or you can just read the line, e.g. after reading the line to yourself the night before, in the cab and in make-up and wardrobe.


06/27/2014 07:23 AM
The Actor vs. Extra Saying

The Actor vs. Extra Saying is it is better for extras to breason out radio buttons for roles as 1*1*0.5 cm (lying down), not perform "Actors' Benjamin Bunny As per take" and actors should breason out radio buttons for roles as 1*0.5*1 cm (vertically displayed).


06/27/2014 07:19 AM
First 2500 As in Meditation

The first 2500

As

(with 50 As per day) in Meditation form 50 Aigs (with 50 As per Aig), where an Aig is a radio/screen role. This means one deserves to become a member of an acting agency.


06/27/2014 05:56 AM
10 Characters per Stage/Screen Production

The 50 As per stage or screen production required for additional 50 As, including the professional requirements of the production should be divided by 5 As/character (where 5 of the 15 As per successful actor's audition should be written specifically on the character) to equal 10 characters per production, with fewer or more characters having more or additional 5 As written for them.

Alternative breakdown of groups of 5 As:

1 group: script

4 groups: 4 key scenes

5 groups: 5 characters

If this is too much work, try writing a single theatre studies A, with various related philosophy and music As as desired.


06/26/2014 05:50 PM
Actors are With-It over Correcting Breasonings

Actors are with-it over correcting breasonings, e.g. "cardboard disc" in "peak-flow meter" should be "cardboard roll". Extras should do it too. This is also necessary for editors.

This is not the same as finding fault, which requires the developed argument with the breasoning to be be found fault with.


06/25/2014 11:10 PM
What is a Famous Student?

NB. Please disregard the following idea that only famous students need to complete 15 As per Honours and above assignment. It is everyone. However, the only pathway to Honours is through fame.

When I wrote the following:

"As an alternative to [completing 15 As per Honours and above assignment], pray for no more than one A per assignment because it is too much work and breason out a radio button to "turn it off". However, famous students need to complete the 15 As per assignment with 5 As specifically of these on the assignment's topic,"

I defined sub-famous students (those who are sometimes abandoned from H1 at University, with the exception of appointment of a famous tutor and acting agent-pop-H1 pathways to H1) as those who had been featured in public print, radio or screen media, and famous students (who need to complete the 15 As per Honours and above assignment) as those who had meditated after being sub-famous students.

See also 5 As per Important Assignment, 15 As and 50 As at University



06/25/2014 04:59 AM
Preventative Strategy for Schizophrenia,...

A Preventative Strategy for Schizophrenia, Depression and other Mental Illnesses is a University qualification/short course in Integrative/Holistic Medicine, e.g. in Self PulseReading, or other Medicine course.

This should be combined with "dotting on" (breasoning a 1*0.5*1 cm radio button for) medication and practising meditation if feeling unwell (see Preventative Strategy for Cancer and Other Diseases).


06/25/2014 04:54 AM
Preventative Strategy for Cancer and Other...

A Preventative Strategy for Cancer and Other Diseases is Lucianic Meditation

(https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hspFMxEpcI8).

Repeat the mantra "lucian" and the sutra "green" each for twenty minutes twice per day to refine and clear your thoughts.


06/22/2014 08:23 AM
85-Breasoning Sentence As and Protection

NB. Only a writer should use the following technique.

Implying 85-Breasoning As during a sentence during a production leads to feelings of wanting to resign. This is true for any public radio, television or print job, or anywhere else e.g. at school or University.

To prevent the feeling of wanting to resign from the A:

1. "Turn off" the A by breasoning out a radio button to do this (1x0.5x1 cm).

2. Look up a time to protect yourself by breasoning out a radio button to help you do this (1x0.5x1 cm).

3. Breason out the A quickly mentally before saying the sentence. If you don't do this, you may be passed over after the audition.

Doesn't look good on camera: [Alternatively, pray for the A and protection mentioned above instead, taking less time.]

image

Public Domain

"Benjamin Bunny" will filter out substandard actors who don't use the method in this post to say A-grade sentences.


06/17/2014 02:58 AM
Nietzsche and Education

Study a philosophy subject on Nietzsche at University (preferably in a philosophy major in an Arts degree), breason out

50 As

(to earn the job of philosopher) study an education subject (to be supported with Education/Pedagogy) and study

Education/Pedagogy

to be supported in working out arguments with the help of Nietzsche lecturers that can be used to earn H1 at University.


06/16/2014 07:53 PM
Aigs in Songs, etc.

NB. Daily meditation using lucian mantra and green sutra for twenty minutes twice per day is recommended before using the following.

For each voice or instrument in a song, 85 breasonings should be found out, "uploaded" to Aigs (a way of increasing it to 50 As), then auditionees should be selected who downloaded the 50 As form of the 85 breasonings most developedly. For multiple-songs from a particular album, the musician who best conveys the Aigs for all the songs should be selected. Aigs should be spiritually announced before a concert, requiring musical training, and meditation to be done if recording will be done.

This can also be done for films and departmental assignments in general.


06/16/2014 07:53 PM
Manager, etc. As

NB. A University Education subject is recommended before using the following.

A manager (senior employee in a company from a University department) should breason out and turn over (think of the management meaning of each breasonign) a 10 breasoning A for each decision, amounting to at least 100 breasonings (a full A) per day.

This can also be done for departmental assignments in general.


06/10/2014 07:49 AM
Philosophy Ideas 10.6.14

Neural networks and communication (between important people with 5 As)

- communciation from person 1 to person 2 and back: neural network with state 1 (person 1) to state 2 (person 2) to state 3 (person 1).

Write a White Christmas (by Bing Crosby) argument for each philosophy essay from now on to increase sales.

Outsourcing pedagogy

  • to groups of people

  • innovatively completed, face-to-face

Computer and Robot Lucian Prize

  • (Computer/robot "is" a human).

  • Divisions

    • pedagogy: computer is "as human" as human pedagogue

    • meditation: computer is "as human" as human meditator

      civilisation building robots

      self-space travel robots

Neurolog

  • Neurocode Prolog

Maharishi Lucian provides knowledge about the frontal lobe

€ provides fine sensory processes

Lucian provides knowledge about the parietal lobe

  • children can insert a block between two other blocks

artificial/real neuron gap difference shortens

pedagogy computer science program per artificial breasoning

  • difference between artificial breasonings and real breasonings shortens

New medical departments will be established based on detailed future discoveries about structure and function of brain

  • departments' arguments in terms of general pedagogy

brain simulation

  • programming: neurocoding with perspectives, motor (with philosophies like Aristotle's), sense-data libraries

neuroscience medical discoveries ontologies

* * *

new uses for a circle in writing interpretation

  • recombine items in pairs

  • hierarchy in reconformed transitivities hierarchy

ontologies (rules) in constructing correct interpetation

* * *

humans learning from animals

  • probe in animal brain to read thoughts, similar probe in human brain to prevent errors with gentle correction

  • What if a thought was copied to and relied upon another person's brain? This leads to the question, "How can the reason-explanations be accessed?"

* * *

In which variables will the difference between humans and robots need to be narrowed for humans and computers to converge?

  • eyesight

  • nosepiece

  • taste-touch-smell

  • nose-mouth

  • fine motor movement

* * *

popology

  • face-to-face

  • family

  • post-Marxism on face-to-face and family together: alternative, government-based families (members chosen by family members, you can do the rest of the fun things)

* * *

Tomorrow

  • today's songs written with tones replaced with semi-tones

  • bisect neurons, bisect-apoptose

  • creeping (in the Prolog tradition) thought checkers report bugs

  • 1=idea, 0.5=noumenon (thing in-itself), 2=use

* * *

Gesturing while singing

  • activates both sides of brain (motor, memory) at same time

  • increases neural pathways between left, right side of brain

  • increases intelligence

    • computer neuro-aphoric-breasoning variables, I love you

    • uses: theatre-play algorithms: simplifying each breasoning's group of departments to fewer departments.

    • Simplify to perspectives of single object (also 50 As on one theme)

  • You can write a PhD in music on this.

  • It is better to learn languages, musical instruments in primary school because of better neuroplasticity (e.g. Popology in Spanish)

  • Professor: (50 papers x 50 As) * 50 sources (instead of writing 50 papers with 50 sources each, write a number of papers with 50 As in total (usually 15 As per paper with the rest business-Aed out) with 50 sources for each paper as one way to become a professor).

* * *

Trainings

  • family

  • national prizes

  • preventing need for treatment in Psychiatry

  • Maharishi

  • Memory in later life

    • Bigger thoughts in theatre studies

  • Deletion of error in big error

  • Maharishi Lucian Effect

  • Cosmology

  • Shamanism as familial Lucianic Meditation (LM) Gods

  • Christian Meditators trained in Lucianic Meditation

* * *

Personality ontologies and those in the robot

  • development in:

    • face, body language

    • language

    • handwriting

* * *

Innovation, way leaders are interested in others, synthesis, multiskilled "lead" person through pedagogy

  • LM Doctors

  • Politicians

  • Educators

  • Meditation teachers

  • Managers

Meditation solving world's problems

- God exists (can be increased to a meditation God with LM or LM counterpart)

- Gods are friendly with each other, world peace comes from this



06/09/2014 06:45 AM
50 As per Substantial Product

10 pedagogically-trained employees should each produce 5 (85-250-breasoning) As for each product, where the breasonings should each be "turned over" to reveal a detail about the product, amounting to high-enough quality (in that it has 50 As) to be recognised universally as a professional product. 190 breasonings are usually the upper limit per A, symbolising 100% in an assignment.

Sometimes this requirement is completed, backed up and fixed by using the 50 As a regularly employed employee who earned his/her job because of breasoning out 50 As as part of his/her job application, after receiving 50 As from a subject in the University department the job is from. Lack of training in University lecturers or employees is countered by having 10 Specific As from the job's department confirmed by managers or by meditating using the Lucian mantra and Green sutra for twenty minutes twice per day.

In Hollywood, a movie often has 5 250-breasoning (productions quality, making the imagery and emotions appear clearly) As per crying-prompting scene, so other As could be used on story, character, animation and music.

The perspective of communication on this idea reveals that the company should "reply" with 50 As to the client who has "provided" 50 As (but has really been provided with 50 As by the company). Because As are money and time intensive to produce, a 170-breasoning A may be halved to two 85 As, one from the client and one from the company.

Other factors influencing the viability of this idea include whether a single-person client is capable of producing 50 As by themselves to ask a company to produce the product (!), raising the question of whether he/she should symbolise the 50 As with 1 A (non-speaking part), 5 As (speaking-part) or 15 As (main speaking part) and whether a completely turned over essay/product revealed by the breasonings should be derived from the breason chapter (e.g. 14 paragraphs expanded from a list of 14 algorithm ideas, containing 85 breasonings), or whether the company should do this itself.


06/06/2014 07:02 AM
10 As for a Major to earn a Job

Breason

out 10 specific As (on topics from a specific department) to form a University-style major to earn a job in e.g. acting, music, creative writing, film-making or fine art. This may be included in the 50 repeated business As necessary to earn a job, which can be earned with the help of University (by submitting a job application during a University course on that subject), and may already be done by a entertainment agency once you enter with 50 As, which as mentioned, may be earned with the help of University. Other University majors may be needed for jobs in that particular department. See also specific job application requirements in

Independent School Job Application

.


06/06/2014 02:02 AM
Independent School Job Application

One should include 15 specific As on a chosen student's assignments of the 50 As (with the other As being repeated business As) breasoned out as part of an Independent School Job Application. 15 As theatrically (but in this case, epistemologically) symbolise a main writing part, 5 As a non-main part and 1 A a non-speaking part.

Lecturing positions and entertainment roles usually require 1-2 specific As included as part of the 50 As.


05/25/2014 05:14 AM
How to Start Honours/Postgraduate courses

How to Start Honours/Postgraduate courses: 15 As and 50 As at University

As an alternative to the following, pray for no more than one A per assignment because it is too much work and breason out a radio button to "turn it off". However, famous students and everyone else need to complete the 15 As per assignment with 5 As specifically of these on the assignment's topic.

Gently start with one original, not necessarily specific A per week in Honours (having completed 5 As before semester) to complete 15 As for each semester's essay (but not presentation) in coursework, and 15 As for the next year's thesis, when studying part-time. The number of As required for the Coursework Masters Thesis is unknown. 15 As are required to show you are the "main role" (where 5 As are for an actor and 1 A is for an extra, or non-speaking part), and are needed to publish the article (and be invited to a conference). 50 As are required for Masters thesis and 50 for a PhD thesis, earning enough As for a departmental "production", the equivalent of a play with 50 As given to characters, essay topics and props, etc. A 50 As production deserves other groups of 50 As to be given to it, until all it's sub-entities have A. In all cases, the number of As should contain 5 specific As on the assignment's topic.

Glossary

A - An A-grade essay that is a token of professionalism.

Original A - A non-business A (that is a reused A), that has never been used before.

Specific A - An A written specifically on the topic of the assignment, as against a non-specific A (that is written on topic other than the topic of the assignment).

A for 15 As and 50 As at University:

I prepared to bowl people over at the Super Bowl. I did this by playing a pianissimo note on the harp. First, I touched the string. Second, I plucked it. Third, I selected another string to pluck. In this way, prepared to bowl people over at the Super Bowl by playing a pianissimo note on the harp.

I prepared to serve the Queen. I did this by making a cappuccino. First, I made a coffee. Second, I added frothy milk. Third, I added chocolate powder. In this way, I prepared to serve the Queen by making a cappuccino.


05/24/2014 11:42 PM
Using Your Own Product

In the entry "Interrelationship between Religions and their Responsibilities", both the founder of Lucianic Meditation (LM) and the LM follower should use the usual LM techniques to access the 50 As.



05/23/2014 04:35 AM
Money Makes the World Go Round

N.B. Please meditate for twenty minutes twice per day on each of the lucian mantra and green sutra before the following:

To earn a role, be invested in or make investments, treat your investors or investment systems as God and say "I pray to a liturgical priest at a church with a choir to that investor/investment system for 15 by 10 breasonings for Aigs".


05/16/2014 03:19 PM
Job Training

In conjunction with meditation:

Request 5 As of training from 10 with-it managers (who are with-it because they know 5 As of training) by having 50 As in meditation on famousness recording days.

OR

Request 5 As of training from with-it managers (who are with-it because they know 5 As of training) by having 50 As in meditation on work days.


05/16/2014 03:19 PM
5 As per Important Assignment

Note: I disagree with the following and suggest writing one A per assignment. [See later rebuttal to this.] As an alternative to the following, pray for no more than one A per assignment because it is too much work and breason out a radio button to "turn it off". However, famous students need to complete the 15 As per assignment with 5 As specifically of these on the assignment's topic.

Write 5 from 85-190 breasoning long As for a philosophy chapter, philosophy paper equal to or higher than Honours, a pop song or another type of production, or an assignment as part of an undergraduate First Class Honours Degree. This is so that one can approach the 50 As needed to appear professional and be successful.


05/13/2014 09:42 AM
Interrelationship between Religions and...

The following describes the interrelationship between group (Transcendental Meditation (TM), Each Country's Specific State Religion and Lucianic Meditation (LM)) and their responsibilities (50 As Per Second, Aigs and High Quality Details).

TM should be prayed to by the founder of LM, Lucian Green for parent-religion responsibilities (TM's responsibilities for LM) in providing 50 breasoned As (see 50 Ideas Per Second) until LM can provide them itself, but he can indicate 50 As (not necessarily needed to be breasoned out) to access these 50 As using one's own body thoughts (see Body Thoughts) each day.

The LM follower should use the usual meditation techniques to access the 50 As in the 50 As per second, but he or she can indicate 50 As (not necessarily needed to be breasoned out) to access these 50 As using his or her own body thoughts.

Each Country's Specific State Religion should also be prayed to by the founder of LM for Aigs (keyhole to acting and music TV, radio and film roles) to be done each day until LM can provide them itself, but he can indicate 50 As (not necessarily needed to be breasoned out) to access these 50 Aigs using one's own body thoughts (See Body Thoughts) each day.

The LM follower should indicate LM to access the 50 Aigs, but he or she can indicate 50 As (not necessarily needed to be breasoned out) to access these 50 As using his or her own body thoughts.

High Quality Details (10 3D objects needed to demonstrate each meditation session's content) require an A (see below) to be breasoned out from the point of view of the parent religion (TM) of the religion it is for (LM).

NB. Where the terms "parent religion" and "religion a technology is for" (child religion) are used, followers of the child religion can become monastics/meditation teachers by substituting their teacher for parent religion and themselves for child religion. Also, new religions can be formed by substituting the old child religion for the new parent religion and the new religion for the new child religion.

High Quality Details A (breason out by thinking of the X, Y and Z dimensions of the object in each sentence, with Body Thoughts*covering the rest of the 250 breasonings in the A):

I prepared to eat the scone. I did this by pouring the coffee into the coffee cup. First, I inserted the spoon into the cup. Second, I poured the coffee from the coffee maker into the cup. Third, I spooned sugar into the coffee cup. In this way, I prepared to eat the scone by pouring the coffee into the coffee cup.

I prepared to make a face cup. I did this by upturning the coffee cup. First, I drew the eyes on the cup. Second, I drew the nose on the cup. Third, I drew the mouth on the cup. In this way, I prepared to make a face cup by upturning the coffee cup.


05/12/2014 11:01 AM
Introducing Philosophy into Computer Science

Introducing Philosophy into Computer Science would open up research in Computer Science may become necessary to explore how robots would think, and the study of this.


05/12/2014 05:50 AM
A Big A Per Day Keeps the Doctor Away

A Big A (50 As, or A-grade essays that are tokens of professionalism) is needed each day to protect your health from professional and famous requirements that day.

NB. Meditation on the mantra or sutra involves 40 minutes x 2 mantras/minute x 50 breasonings/mantra =) 4000 breasonings , in other words (4000 breasonings / 80 breasonings/A =) 50 As.

http://www.bestthinking.com/thinkers/society_and_humanities/philosophy/philosophy_of_artificial_life/lucian-green?tab=blog&blogpostid=20218%2c20218

All I can think apart from this is to pray for reminders to meditate:

http://www.bestthinking.com/thinkers/society_and_humanities/philosophy/philosophy_of_artificial_life/lucian-green?tab=blog&blogpostid=21903

P.S. You should meditate each day using the following video:

http://www.bestthinking.com/thinkers/society_and_humanities/philosophy/philosophy_of_artificial_life/lucian-green?tab=blog&blogpostid=21834


05/12/2014 04:00 AM
5. Pedagogy - Breathsoning

Definition


Think of an adjective (a "breathsoning"), which is a human judgement for each noun. For example, describe an apple as "delicious".

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Breathsoning. Check "John looked at the delicious apple, and his mouth watered". Below: the diagram of an apple with its human judgement labelled.


where apple has the dimensions 7x7x7 cm.


Marking Scheme - Humanities and Science


The following marking scheme for humanities should be used because it gives agreement and disagreement the same mark:


To earn A (75%), one should write 85 reasons using the breasoning rules (5 exposition + 5 critique + 25 detailed reasoning + 50 mind map), to earn A+, one should write 130 reasons (for each of 10 reasons per essay, 9 reasons support them, and 2 breasoned breathsonings and 1 breasoned rebreathsoning reasons support the original reason), to earn 100%, one should write 190 reasons ( or each of 10 reasons per essay, 9 reasons support them, 2 breasoned breathsonings and 1 breasoned rebreathsoning reasons support the original reason and 3 space tests and 3 time tests beasonings support the original reason). Rarely, 250 breasonings, which earn 100% are universally recognised as supporting the spiritual imagery of a production. See Tables 1-2 below.


Table 1. Number of breasonings required for A+.


For each of (5 reasons in exposition + 5 reasons in critique =) 10 reasons per essay:

Breasoning for reason 1 for reason n.

Breasoning for Breathsoning for subject noun in reason n.

Maximum A+ = 87.5 for 130 breasonings (range from 75.1%-87.5% is 86-130 breasonings).


Breasoning for reason 2 for reason n.

Breasoning for Breathsoning for object noun in reason n.



Breasoning for reason 3 for reason n.

Breasoning for Rebreathsoning for Verb in reason n.



Breasoning for reason 4 for reason n.




Breasoning for reason 5 for reason n.




Breasoning for reason 6 for reason n.




Breasoning for reason 7 for reason n.




Breasoning for reason 8 for reason n.




Breasoning for reason 9 for reason n.




Table 2. Number of breasonings required for 100%.


For each of (5 reasons in exposition + 5 reasons in critique =) 10 reasons per essay:

Breasoning for reason 1 for reason n.

Breasoning for Breathsoning for subject noun in reason n.

Maximum 100% = 190 breasonings (range from 87.6%-100% is 131-190 breasonings).


Breasoning for reason 2 for reason n.

Breasoning for Breathsoning for object noun in reason n.



Breasoning for reason 3 for reason n.

Breasoning for Rebreathsoning for Verb in reason n.



Breasoning for reason 4 for reason n.

Space Test: Breasoning for room in reason n.



Breasoning for reason 5 for reason n.

Space Test: Breasoning for part of room in reason n.



Breasoning for reason 6 for reason n.

Space Test: Breasoning for direction in room in reason n.



Breasoning for reason 7 for reason n.

Time Test: Breasoning for time to prepare for action in reason n.



Breasoning for reason 8 for reason n.

Time Test: Breasoning for time to do action in reason n.



Breasoning for reason 9 for reason n.

Time Test: Breasoning for time to finish action in reason n.





On my blog, I wrote after conferring with the Melbourne University Vice Chancellor Glyn Davis that agreement and disagreement equitably deserve the same grade. Later, the University may institute this change. Teachers and lecturers may recalculate the equitable grade by modifying the current system's grade or counting breasonings written down as part of a computational marking scheme.


An essay is given this mark if the student either agrees with or disagrees with the side of the contention agreeing with the writer, regardless. An exposition in the first half and critique in the second half are required. An exposition is a paraphrasing of the text. A critique is an argument about the text in five paragraphs.


A+ (87.5%-99%) essays must have breathsoning and rebreathsoning completed as part of them.


100% essays (87.5%-99% if 60 space and time tests have not been completed) must have space and time tests completed as part of them.


Aphors and Critical Essay


Format of this section


Aphors - Literary or philosophical algorithms (aphor) that contain the inspiration for the critical essay.


Breasoning List - The key terms from each of the sentences in the aphors that when 85 or more are breasoned out (their X, Y, and Z dimensions thought of), a higher grade can be earned in an education assignment.


Critical Essay - Questions about the aphors and a structured critique in response.


Aphors


1. The hospital technician helped the patient recover after surgery. He did this by dripping treacle down the patient's throat. He demonstrated the food moving into the oesophagus using a model. Then he showed the food being swallowed using the oesophagus. Finally, he showed the food entering the stomach. In this way, the hospital technician helped the patient recover after surgery by dripping treacle down the patient's throat.


2. The aircraft manufacturer tested that there was enough room to move around in his seat. He did this by putting his mouth around the spoon. First, he placed the vegan yoghurt on the spoon. Then, he placed the centre of the spoon on the centre of his mouth. Finally, he closed his mouth and withdrew the spoon. In this way, the aircraft manufacturer tested that there was enough room to move around in his seat by putting his mouth around the spoon.


3. The river cruise captain planned how to use water. She did this by putting water on her tongue to stop food sticking to it. First, she placed the pile of small sponges on the middle of her tongue. Then, she removed the top sponge and placed it on the back of her tongue. Finally, she placed the second sponge on the front of her tongue. In this way, the river cruise captain planned how to use water by putting water on her tongue to stop food sticking to it.


4. The train lift driver lifted his food crate into the train. He did this by poking his tongue out underneath the fork. First, he measured how far his tongue protruded from his mouth. Next, he placed the form this distance from his mouth. Finally, he moved the fork above his tongue and put the food into his mouth while retracting his tongue. In this way, the train lift driver lifted his food crate into the train by poking his tongue out underneath the fork.


5. The network officer ate a certain amount at the campus shop that was on the network. He did this, by eating enough, in other words, a jarful. He started the counter at zero. Then, he added one to the count for each new treacle cupcake. Finally, he stopped adding one to the count when there were no more cupcakes. In this way, the network officer ate a certain amount at the campus shop that was on the network by eating enough, in other words, a jarful.


6. The club manager swallowed the lozenge in a particular way to prepare to descend the stairs. He did this by moving the lozenge fragment to the back of his mouth with his tongue. First, he placed the lozenge fragment on the front of his tongue. Then, he closed his teeth over the lozenge fragment and pushed his tongue forward, sliding the lozenge fragment onto the back of his tongue. Finally, he swallowed the lozenge fragment. In this way, the club manager swallowed the lozenge in a particular way to prepare to descend the stairs by moving the lozenge fragment to the back of his mouth with his tongue.


7. The truck driver practised his hand-eye co-ordination. He did this by placing the plum segment into his mouth with his hand. First, he placed the plum segment midway between the sides and top and bottom of his lips, so that it was past his front top teeth. Following this, he lowered the plum segment onto his tongue. This way, the truck driver practised his hand-eye co-ordination by placing the plum segment into his mouth with his hand.


8. The dress-maker prepared to sew a hem on a dress. He did this by eating a marshmallow with a knife and fork. First, he pierced the marshmallow with his fork. Next, he pierced the marshmallow with the knife and cut it in half. Finally, he pierced the left side of the marshmallow again with his fork and lifted it to his mouth. In this way, the dress-maker prepared to sew a hem on a dress by eating a marshmallow with a knife and fork.


9. The mushroom farmer prepared to test the mushrooms had enough fertiliser and water. She did this by testing that her cordial was sweet by drinking it. First, she prepared to put some of the cordial on top her tongue. Then, she prepared to put some of the cordial on the tip of her tongue, where he could taste its sweetness. So, she put the cordial where it was both on top of her tongue and touched her sweet spot. In this way, the mushroom farmer prepared to test the mushrooms had enough fertiliser and water by testing that her cordial was sweet by drinking it.


10. The confectioner prepared to make each section of a lolly snake. He did this by chewing and swallowing each part of a lolly snake. First, he disconnected a segment of snake, then placed it in his mouth. After this, he lifted his arm up, then back down on a new path, not near his face. Finally, he repeated the process until he had eaten all of the snake segments.


11. The butterscotch tablet maker prepared to make crates for the tablets. He did this by making cream from butter, milk and sugar. First, he separated the butter into 0.01 m edge-length cubes, forming a checkerboard. Then, he poured into milk into one quarter of each of the spaces surrounding the butter cubes. Finally, he mashed and mixed the butter and milk together. In this way, the butterscotch tablet maker prepared to make crates for the tablets by making cream from butter, milk and sugar.


12. The fruiterer prepared to plant a fig tree. He did this by placing the fruit in the centre of the bowl. First, he added half the bowl's width to its left edge. Second, he added half the bowl's depth to its front edge. Finally, he lowered the fig at these co-ordinates until it touched the bottom of the bowl. In this way, the fruiterer prepared to plant a fig tree by placing the the fruit in the centre of the bowl.


13. The sporting bowler prepared to hit the ball. He did this by lifting and placing the bowl in front of him. First, he lifted up the bowl. Next, he brought it forward. Finally, he placed it in front of him. In this way, the sporting bowler prepared to hit the ball by lifting and placing the bowl in front of him.


14. The fruit monger prepared to clean the broom handle. He did this by eating the popsicle. First, he measured 0.01 m down from the top of the popsicle. Next, he bit and warmed the biteful by salivating on it as he chewed it. Then, he repeated the process until the popsicle was completely eaten. In this way, the fruit monger prepared to clean the broom handle by eating the popsicle.


15. The hairstylist practised giving a haircut to an orange. He did this by cutting both hemispheres off an orange peel. First, he inserted his knife where the orange's stem was. Secondly, he cut a semicircle to the opposite point of the orange. Thirdly, he completed the circle by cutting back to the original point. In this way, the hairstylist practised giving a haircut to an orange by cutting both hemispheres off its peel.


16. The paper recycler prepared to recycle the pile of papers. He did this by testing that all of the popsicle had melted in the pan. First, he tested that the popsicle was not higher than a pool of liquid. Second, he tested that the solid was not visible. Thirdly, he tested that there was no sound of melting any more. In this way, the paper recycler prepared to recycle the pile of papers by testing that all of the popsicle had melted in the pan.


17. The garbage truck man prepared to wash the bin. He did this by measuring the solid to liquid ratio. First, he wrote down the volume of solid. Second, he wrote down the volume of liquid. Third, he divided the volume of solid by the volume of liquid. In this way, the garbage truck man prepared to wash the bin by measuring the solid to liquid ratio.


18. The metaphysician prepared to wash a mat. He did this by calculating the time difference between a solid and liquid of the same type. First, he measured the time to carry the tan bark with controlled steps. Then, he measured the time to carry the water without spilling it. After this, he subtracted the lesser of the two from the greater of the two to find the tine difference between them. In thus way, the metaphysician prepared to wash a mat. He did this by calculating the time difference between a solid and liquid of the same type.


19. The hairdresser prepared to dry the client's hair. She did this by measuring the boiling point of water. Firstly, she placed the thermometer in the pot of water. Secondly, she stirred the water as it boiled. Thirdly, she read the temperature next to the meniscus when the water had boiled. In this way, the hairdresser prepared to dry the client's hair by measuring the boiling point of water.


20. The cab driver prepared to circle the city. He did this by measuring the melting point of water when it was stirred. First, he placed ice in a freezer. Then, he increased the temperature of the freezer and stirred it. Lastly, he measured the temperature when the ice melted. In this way, the cab driver prepared to circle the city by measuring the melting point of water.


21. The robot manufacturer prepared to construct a robot of a particular height. He did this by weighing a solid. First, he added a weight to the opposite side of the scales from the solid. Next, he continued to add weights until the two sides were equal. Finally, he summed the total weight of the weights to measure the solid's weight. In this way, the robot manufacturer prepared to construct a robot of a particular height by weighing a solid.


22. The tailor prepared to shorten the jacket's sleeves. He did this by weighing a liquid. First, he put the weights with the approximate weight of the liquid on the opposite side of the scales from the liquid. Next, he added or removed weights to balance the scales. Finally, he summed the weights' weights. In this way, the tailor prepared to shorten the jacket's sleeves by weighing a liquid.


23. The nurse prepared to lift the baby from the cot. She did this by lifting the bag of nappies from the ground. First, she tested that the handles had 0.01 m of plastic around the edges of a 0.15 x 0.05 m hole and held it using them. Then, she bent her hips and knees to lift the bag with her legs, not her back. Finally, she stood upbringing lift the bag. In this way, the nurse prepared to lift the baby from the cot by lifting the bag of nappies from the ground.


24. The gardener prepared to water the frangipane. He did this by lifting the water bottle. First, he placed the bottle upright on the table. Next, he grasped it, taking care not to tilt it. Finally, he held it, not too tightly, and lifted it vertically. In this way, the gardener prepared to water the frangipane by lifting the water bottle.


25. The doctor prepared to clean the bench. He did this by melting the ice. First, he melted the ice in a pan. Next, he sponged some of the water up. Then, he finished cleaning the bench with the sponge. In this way, the doctor prepared to clean the bench by melting the ice.


Breasoning List for Aphors


1. plunger, sugar cube, valve, tube, bowl, pipette


2. model plane, spoon, dried apricot, coconut milk, tongue scraper, hand-towel


3. cubic bucket, teaspoon, sponge, counter, salt crystal, test tube


4. satchel, fork, ruler, mashed potato, zig-zagged carrot slice, water


5. model train, jar, paper strip, cupcake, jar lid, softball base


6. hose, sugar tablet, knife, date fruit, mortar and pestle, sieve


7. toy truck, plum segment, lipstick, spatula, string, rubber gloves


8. dress, marshmallow, toothpick, scalpel, cheese knife, peanut


9. mushroom, cordial, straw, grape, music triangle, square of paper towel


10. sphere lolly, lolly snake, razor blade, cuff link, pillow, dough


11. butterscotch, oat milk, ice tray, bread knife, masher, sugar pill


12. apricot, wooden bowl, banana, nectarine, fig, peach


13. black ball, place mat, napkin, toy car, led light, knee rest


14. apple, lemon popsicle without stick, mini-ruler, ice-cream scoop, paddle, soup spoon


15. scissors, orange, fruit knife, lime half-slice, poppy seed, tissue


16. street of paper, strawberry popsicle, wooden block, sifter, apple slice, frying pan


17. plastic bin, right angle ruler, wooden cube, beaker, pastry, bucket


18. child's mat, bag, tan bark, water, dial, water vessel


19. towel, stirring rod, litmus paper, lemon, apple half, rose


20. model cab, ice block, cool bag, waist bag, ring, glove


21. toy robot, cardboard roll, scales, metal weight, abacus, small bean bag


22. cotton bud, lunch box bottle, gumball, protractor, tape measure, fan


23. cot, nappy, bag, bicycle tyre pump, T-square, cushion


24. frangipane, water bottle, flower vase, flippers, balloon, mandarin


25. hour glass, ice pick, model forklift, handkerchief, square card, carpet

­Breathsoning Completed Breasoning List (centimetres) - see Movie


1. plunger 5, 5, 10, sugar cube 2, 2, 2, valve 1, 1, 10, tube 10, 1, 1, bowl 10, 10, 5, pipette 1, 1, 10


2. model plane 20, 20, 5, spoon 15, 5, 1, dried apricot 3, 3, 1, coconut milk 5, 5, 10, tongue scraper 10, 5, 1, hand-towel 20, 20, 1


3. cubic bucket 20, 20, 20, teaspoon 10, 3, 1, sponge 5, 5, 5, counter 2, 2, 1, salt crystal 2, 2, 2, test tube 1, 1, 10


4. satchel 30, 10, 30, fork 20, 2, 1, ruler 30, 5, 1, mashed potato 5, 5, 1, zig-zagged carrot slice 2, 2, 1, water 5, 5, 10


5. model train 20, 5, 5, jar 5, 5, 5, paper strip 5, 2, 1, cupcake 5, 5, 5, jar lid 5, 5, 1, softball base 100, 100, 100


6. hose 1000, 2, 2, sugar tablet 2, 2, 1, knife 15, 2, 1, date fruit 5, 3, 1, mortar 20, 20, 20, sieve 30, 20, 10


7. toy truck 15, 5, 5, plum segment 5, 5, 3, lipstick 2, 2, 5, spatula 15, 1, 1, string 50, 1, 1, rubber glove 20, 10, 1


8. dress 50, 40, 120, marshmallow 3, 3, 3, toothpick 5, 1, 1, scalpel 15, 1, 1, cheese knife 10, 2, 1, peanut 4, 1, 1


9. mushroom, 5, 5, 5, cordial 5, 5, 8, straw 1, 1, 15, grape, 2, 1, 1, music triangle 20, 1, 20, square of paper towel 10, 10, 1


10. sphere lolly 5, 5, 5, lolly snake 10, 1, 1, razor blade 5, 3, 1, cuff link 1, 1, 2, pillow 100, 50, 20, dough 20, 20, 5


11. butterscotch 2, 2, 1, oat milk 10, 5, 20, ice tray 30, 10, 3, bread knife 30, 2, 1, masher 10, 5, 30, sugar pill 2, 2, 1


12. apricot 5, 5, 5, wooden bowl 20, 20, 10, banana 20, 10, 5, nectarine 5, 5, 5, fig 3, 3, 3, peach 5, 5, 5


13. black ball 3, 3, 3, place mat 30, 20, 1, napkin 50, 50, 1, toy car 4, 2, 2, led light 1, 1, 2, knee rest 30, 20, 10


14. apple 7, 7, 7, lemon popsicle without stick 4, 2, 8, mini-ruler 15, 3, 1, ice-cream scoop 20, 3, 3, paddle 1, 1, 12, soup spoon 20, 5, 3


15. scissors 20, 10, 1, orange 7, 7, 7, fruit knife 20, 1, 1, lime half-slice 6, 6, 3, poppy seed 1, 1, 1, tissue 15, 15, 1


16. street of paper 10000, 1000, 1, strawberry popsicle 4, 2, 12, wooden block 4, 4, 4, sifter 12, 8, 8, apple slice 3, 3, 6, frying pan 30, 20, 5


17. plastic bin 10, 10, 20, right angle ruler 15, 10, 1, wooden cube 8, 8, 8, beaker 2, 2, 15, pastry 50, 50, 1, bucket 30, 30, 40


18. child's mat 20, 15, 1, bag 30, 30, 50, tan bark 4, 1, 1, water 5, 5, 10, dial 10, 10, 1, water vessel 10, 10, 30


19. towel 200, 100, 1, stirring rod 1, 1, 20, litmus paper 4, 2, 1, lemon 4, 4, 2, apple half 6, 6, 3, rose 5, 5, 20


20. model cab 8, 4, 3, ice block 2, 2, 2, cool bag 20, 20, 40, waist bag 50, 30, 10, ring 1, 1, 2, glove 20, 10, 3


21. toy robot 5, 3, 18, cardboard roll 3, 3, 10, scales 20, 20, 10, metal weight 5, 5, 2, abacus 50, 1, 50, small bean bag 10, 5, 2


22. cotton bud 1, 1, 5, lunch box bottle 5, 2, 5, gumball 2, 2, 2, protractor 10, 5, 1, tape measure 500, 1, 1, fan 20, 1, 20


23. cot 50, 100, 100, nappy 100, 100, 1, bag 30, 10, 30, bicycle tyre pump 3, 3, 40, T-square 120, 30, 1, cushion 30, 10, 30


24. frangipane 10, 10, 10, water bottle 15, 5, 15, flower vase 20, 20, 50, flipper 40, 10, 5, balloon 50, 50, 50, mandarin 5, 5, 5


25. hour glass 10, 10, 40, ice pick 30, 10, 3, model forklifter 300, 150, 150, handkerchief 20, 20, 1, square card 4, 4, 1, carpet 500, 500, 1


Overview of Breathsoning Theory


Breathsonings (human judgments/adjectives for nouns, i.e. people and objects) are used to value breasonings, the basis of a theory of Pedagogy, which he defines as the way to earn high distinctions at school and University. They are judgments (essay paragraph II, chapter paragraphs 11-15) that show the function or facts about breasonings, representations of objects that are visualised by God, groups of which deserve high distinctions in academic work.


Breathsonings are necessary because of showing how life's essence is expressed through language. Also, they allow us to understand entire objects in nature through test data (essay paragraph IV, chapter paragraphs 1-5), for example through the idea of multiple instances of two paths joining. The theory includes a biomedical/robotic aspect of how much energy a subject needs to complete certain tasks (essay paragraph V, chapter paragraphs 16-20), for example by thinking of everything a subject creates, letter by letter in DNA.


The term "breathsoning" is derived from "brain" (which is responsible for subjects carrying out necessary breathsonings of nouns), breath (literally breathing life into a not yet conceived baby with a breathsoned out breasoning list)/wind (organising for necessary means to come/be given to a subject) and reason (how the human (essay paragraph I, chapter paragraphs 6-10), judgment and noun (essay paragraph III, chapter paragraphs 21-25) affect the breathsoning).



Key


Paragraph X - where X is the paragraph number from the order in the essay.

Object (Y) - where object is the object from the second (main) sentence from each paragraph and Y is the order of sentences in the essay paragraph.


Paragraph 4 - Sense Data


Jarful (5) - Represents wholeness of objects that is understandable from data.


Spoon (2) - Represents spatiality of a different type of wholeness, that of a general type of wholeness.


Water (3) - Represents people taking up all ideas (environment - mining, - wildlife, languages) or being prevented from taking them up.


Table 1. Pros and Cons of Spatial Wholeness

Pros Cons

Mining

Provides jobs and exports. Removes other industries, e.g. the car industry because of the high Australian dollar because of asking for more and being given less, when mining should ask for less and be given more.

Wildlife

Wildlife should be preserved for future generations to enjoy. Logging may be done with wildlife being saved.

Language

Replacement of other languages with English reduces costs of mass media. Reduces variety of culture, encoded in different languages, which can be prevented by law.

Treacle (1) - Represents temporality of a general type of wholeness.


Fork (4) - Represents that businesses' copyright protection, leading to the death of ideas with the close of businesses shouldn't prevent the continuous passage of good ideas through time.


Table 2. Pros and Cons of Temporal Wholeness

Pros Cons

Idea Preservation

Ideas about how to maintain good economic management should prevent war and unnecessary bloodshed. Running out of resources may necessitate changes in management.



Paragraph 1 - Humans (Experts Judge Water)


Lozenge (5) - The writer treats a river as a metaphor for life.


Plum (4) - The manager recommends drinking hot fluid after dinner.


Marshmallow (1) - The doctor recommends moving detritus in bodily vessels by drinking water.


Cordial (3) - The builder builds water pipes to and from a room.


Snake (2) - The teacher calculates volume of water.



Paragraph 2 - Judgment


cream (5) - Represents plausible explanation.


fruit (2) - Represents testimony.


bowl (1) - Represents theory.


popsicle (4) - Represents evidence.


orange peel hemisphere (3) - Represents observation.



Paragraph 3 - Energy

Popsicle melting in pan (1) - Represents chemical energy.


Measuring the solid to liquid ratio (2) - Represents heat energy.


Measuring the time different between carrying a solid and liquid of the same type (3) - Represents light energy.


Measuring the boiling point of water (4) - Represents electric energy.


Measuring the melting point of water when it was stirred (5) - Represents kinetic energy.




Paragraph 5 - Nouns


Weighing a solid (2) - A solid is a common noun.


Weighing a liquid (5) - A liquid is a countable noun.


Lifting the bag of nappies from the ground (1) - Bag is a collective noun.


Lifting the water bottle (4) - Bottle is a concrete noun.


Melting the ice (3) - Ice is an uncountable noun.



Critical Essay


What is the thesis statement? I will argue against breathsonings.

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The argument structure to use when selecting premises for positions A-E in the paragraphs and essay below.


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When agreeing with taponada (plugged) breathsonings, write e.g. premises A and B (which agree with breathsonings), their respective objections, rebuttals and a connection between these rebuttals.

Paragraph 4 - Sense Data


A: He did this, by eating enough, in other words, a jarful.

B: He did this by putting his mouth around the spoon.

C: She did this by putting water on her tongue to stop food sticking to it.

D: He did this by dripping treacle down the patient's throat.

E: He did this by poking his tongue out underneath the fork.


What is the objection to A?


The sense data synthesis (where the data proves the wholeness, like a jarful of an object, in a breathsoning) shouldn't work because of the subject having a physical disability that would block it, e.g. a blind man may not be able to see a banana.




What is the rebuttal to this objection to A?


The subject should use another sense to account for the missing sense, e.g. use her tactile sense to determine the location of the banana.

What is the connection between this rebuttal to A and the thesis statement? I agree with a theory of taponada breathsonings because of the psychiatry of nature, shown by a theory of taponada breathsonings, which is correct because one shouldn't remain sane (by causing taponada breathsonings, irritation and ensuing mistakes) by compensating for disability (causing taponada breathsonings, blocked senses) in the same way that one should avoid taponada breathsonings, ignore statements in psychiatry.

What is the objection to B?


The subject shouldn't fall between two objects when trying to measure the space they occupy (where the initial for space comes from the word spoon).

What is the rebuttal to this objection to B?


The subject should measure the dimensions of the objects one at a time to calculate the physical space they occupy.




What is the connection between these rebuttals to B and A?


The subject should use another sense to account for the missing sense when measuring the dimensions of objects, e.g. using a braille, not visual tape measure.

What is the objection to C? The subject shouldn't forget all ideas in a test by drawing them through a broken mental canal (where water represents the subject taking up all ideas).

What is the rebuttal to this objection to C? The subject should revise each part of the idea to remember it during the test.

What is the connection between these rebuttals to C and B? The subject should measure the objects by revising the topic counting.

What is the objection to D? The subject shouldn't leave the path of time before being supposed to (where the initial for treacle represents temporality of a general type of wholeness).

What is the rebuttal to this objection to D? The subject should follow the map to ensure that he or she follows the correct path in time.

What is the connection between these rebuttals to D and A? The subject should use her tactile sense to account for her missing sense by making sure that she maps the door to it's closed position to keep the warmth in to follow the correct path in time.

What is the objection to E? The subject shouldn't close business before it is brought to continuous fruition (where the fork represents that businesses' copyright protection leads to the continuous passage of good ideas through time).

What is the rebuttal to this objection to E? The subject should mend society to allow the cycle of ideas to continue onwards and upwards until fruition.

What is the connection between these rebuttals to E and D? The subject should help up others in terms of money, time and energy needed to mend them to allow the cycle of ideas to continue onwards and upwards until fruition to return to the correct path in time.


Paragraph 1 - Humans (Experts Judge Water)


A: He did this by eating a marshmallow with a knife and fork.

B: He did this by chewing and swallowing each part of a lolly snake.

C: She did this by testing that her cordial was sweet by drinking it.

D: He did this by placing the plum segment into his mouth with his hand.

E: He did this by moving the lozenge fragment to the back of his mouth with his tongue.


What is the objection to A? The subject shouldn't drink more water than required (where the whole marshmallow represents the holistic doctor who recommends moving particles in bodily vessels by drinking water).

What is the rebuttal to this objection to A? The subject should drink enough water 45 minutes before meals and none until for 2 hours after meals.

What is the connection between this rebuttal to A and the thesis statement? I agree with a theory of taponada breathsonings because of the theology of nature, shown by a theory of taponada breathsonings, which is correct because one shouldn't balance contemplation with social life (by causing taponada breathsonings, being uncomfortable in meditation, in fact, contemplation) by not following expert advice about water (causing taponada breathsonings, drinking more water than required) in the same way that one should avoid taponada breathsonings, take up too much of one's time with antisocial activity.

What is the objection to B? The subject shouldn't miscalculate the depth of a deep water body because of not having a long enough measuring rod (where the initial for snake represents the spatial expert or teacher who calculates the volume of water).

What is the rebuttal to this objection to B? The subject should measure the depth of the water body using a long, metal tape measure.

What is the connection between these rebuttals to B and A? The subject should collect enough water to drink by first testing that the water body is safe to enter by using a long, metal tape measure.

What is the objection to C? The subject shouldn't build a water pipe to a room without building a water pipe from the room because it would cause an overflow (where cordial represents water where the builder builds water pipes to and from a room).

What is the rebuttal to this objection to C? The subject should build both a water pipe to a room and a water pipe from the room when necessary.

What is the connection between these rebuttals to C and B? The subject should verify that all the water in the drain (water body, where the water is drinkable and safe) is drained into the output water pipe.

What is the objection to D? The subject shouldn't eat too much food to be digested (where the red plum represents the manager recommending drinking hot fluid, represented by a red tap, after dinner).

What is the rebuttal to this objection to D? The subject should eat only enough food, for example one type of sugary food as each snack.

What is the connection between these rebuttals D and A? The subject should drink enough water to properly digest the food he or she eats, which should be enough.

What is the objection to E? The subject shouldn't lose a model ship (where the ship staying afloat represents having enough positive experiences in life) in the water current (where the initial for the tangy lozenge represents time, where the writer treating a waterway is a metaphor for life over time).

What is the rebuttal to this objection to E? The subject should sail the model ship in the river only when the river's current is able to be controlled.

What is the connection between these rebuttals to E and D? The subject should eat enough food each day (like eating food from a supplier which supplies food like a river).


Paragraph 2 - Judgment


A: He did this by lifting and placing the bowl in front of him.

B: He did this by placing the fruit in the centre of the bowl.

C: He did this by cutting both hemispheres off an orange peel.

D: He did this by eating the popsicle.

E: He did this by making cream from butter, milk and sugar.


What is the objection to A? The subject shouldn't measure the amount of water using a bowl with a hole in it (where the theory that the base, not the top of a bowl is like a meniscus that is judged to mark the amount of water).

What is the rebuttal to this objection to A? A bowl with a hole in it should be replaced before using the bowl to measure the amount of liquid.

What is the connection between this rebuttal to A and the thesis statement? I agree with a theory of taponada breathsonings because of the business of nature, shown by a theory of taponada breathsonings, which is correct because one shouldn't enjoy business presentations (by causing taponada breathsonings, losing interest in the sound of music and the appearance of acting in business) by not correctly judging containers (causing taponada breathsonings, measure the amount of water using a bowl with a hole in it) in the same way that one should avoid taponada breathsonings, judge the wrong amount of content to deliver to ensure reception is enjoyed.

What is the objection to B? The subject shouldn't eat chains of fruit without being critical enough to prevent tripping over in the outside world (where the testimony is that the fruit is judged to be delicious).

What is the rebuttal to this objection to B? The subject should pause after eating one slice of fruit to verify that his path is clear before walking forwards.

What is the connection between these rebuttals to B and A? The scientist should measure the amount of oxygen in a space lab, where the lab has no holes because he cleared his path of items that may make a hole in the lab if tripped over.

What is the objection to C? The subject shouldn't eat too many oranges because excess vitamin C may cause diarrhea (where the observation is that the orange peel hemisphere is judged to be delicious and large enough to contain non-denatured proteins to be digested).

What is the rebuttal to this objection to C? The subject should only digest 65-90 mg of vitamin C (in fact, one orange) per day.

What is the connection between these rebuttals to C and B? The subject should only eat one orange per day, and should dispense with (or possibly eat) it's peel so that his path is clear to walk along.

What is the objection to D? The subject shouldn't be unprotected by God (in fact, him, a non-God) by scraping the popsicle on a dirty wall to the left (where the evidence is that the popsicle is judged to be tasty and unwrapped).

What is the rebuttal to this objection to D? The subject should eat the popsicle when it has been unwrapped immediately.

What is the connection between these rebuttals to D and A? Where the popsicle is like the replacement bowl, and the tongue is like the water, the subject should eat the popsicle using his tongue in the same way that the bowl is filled with water.

What is the objection to E? The subject shouldn't overspend time eating cream causing obesity (where the plausible explanation is that it is unneeded that the cream is judged to be delectable).

What is the rebuttal to this objection to E? The subject should drink four glasses of water 45 minutes before breakfast to stretch the stomach and avoid overeating.

What is the connection between these rebuttals to E and D? In the same way that one should be protected by God (in fact, one's knowledge) when eating a popsicle, one should be protected by God (in fact, one's knowledge) by controlling one's weight by drinking four glasses of water 45 minutes before breakfast.


Paragraph 5 - Energy


A; He did this by testing that all of the popsicle had melted in the pan.

B: He did this by measuring the solid to liquid ratio.

C: He did this by calculating the time difference between carrying a solid and liquid of the same type.

D: She did this by measuring the boiling point of water.

E: He did this by measuring the melting point of water when it was stirred.


What is the objection to A? The subject shouldn't use up all the chemical energy from melting a popsicle in a pan when more is needed by using it all at once.

What is the rebuttal to this objection to A? The subject should cut the popsicle into segments and only melt a segment when it is necessary.

What is the connection between this rebuttal to A and the thesis statement? I agree with a theory of taponada breathsonings because of the medicine of nature, shown by a theory of taponada breathsonings, which is correct because one shouldn't digest food (by causing taponada breathsonings, eat unbreathsoned food) by wasting energy (causing taponada breathsonings, use up too much of the chemical energy from melting a popsicle in a pan by using it all at once) in the same way that one should avoid taponada breathsonings, wasting time before collecting food so that it goes off.

What is the objection to B? The subject shouldn't waste time waiting for enough water to pass through the turbine to produce energy from to produce heat from an electric heater.

What is the rebuttal to this objection to B? The subject should calculate the amount of water needed (W) to produce the amount of energy needed (E) and the water:energy ratio (W/E), so W = E*(W/E).

What is the connection between these rebuttals to B and A? The subject should calculate the amount of solid popsicle needed (S) from the amount of liquid popsicle needed (L) and the S:L ratio (S/L), so S = L*(S/L).

What is the objection to C? The subject shouldn't unsafely transport the bioethanol leaving too little time in the day (before the sun's light energy disappears) to transport the plant material, which has a larger volume than bioethanol and therefore a longer transport time.

What is the rebuttal to this objection to C? The subject should transport the ice when there is more time in the day and he should transport the water when there is a shorter available time in the day.

What is the connection between these rebuttals to C and B? Given that a particular solid (plant material) has a larger volume than it's liquid counterpart (bioethanol) and the amount of plant material to produce the amount of bioethanol needed should be calculated, he should transport the plant material when there is a longer available time in the day time and he should transport the bioethanol when there is a shorter time on a later day.

What is the objection to D? The subject shouldn't burn herself on the stove before the boiling point of water has been reached when measuring the boiling point of water, because of the heat from the electric stove being invisible.

What is the rebuttal to this objection to D? The subject should only handle the thermometer when measuring the boiling point of water.

What is the connection these rebuttals between D and A? In the same way that the subject should only touch the popsicle segment when melting it is necessary, he should only touch the thermometer when measuring the boiling point of water.

What is the objection to E? The subject shouldn't be expected to use kinetic energy to stir the water when measuring it's melting point if his arms were physically disabled.

What is the rebuttal to this objection to E? The subject should ask his carer to stir the water before measuring it's melting point.

What is the connection between these rebuttals to E and D? The subject's carer should only handle the thermometer when measuring a state change temperature of water.


Paragraph 3 - Noun


Problems with using judging adjectives with changing nouns


A: She did this by lifting the bag of nappies from the ground.

B: He did this by weighing a solid.

C: He did this by melting the ice.

D: He did this by lifting the water bottle.

E: He did this by weighing a liquid.


What is the objection to A? The subject shouldn't collect nappies in a bag in case some types of nappies don't belong in the collective noun "bag".

What is the rebuttal to this objection to A? The subject should successfully collect nappies of the same newness status so that they belong in the collective noun "bag".

What is the connection between this rebuttal to A and the thesis statement? I agree with a theory of taponada breathsonings because of the education of nature, shown by a theory of taponada breathsonings, which is correct because one shouldn't earn a prerequisite for lecturing (by causing taponada breathsonings, be disallowed entry to an A+ scholarship) by incorrectly choosing a noun (causing taponada breathsonings, collect erroneous types of nappies in the collective noun "bag") in the same way that one should avoid taponada breathsonings, not setting aside enough time (a noun) to study breathsoning for a scholarship.

What is the objection to B? The subject shouldn't assume two types of solids are common nouns because one might be rare.

What is the rebuttal to this objection to B? The subject should overbearingly find that the common noun "solid" isn't rare by finding it all over the earth.

What is the connection between these rebuttals to B and A? In the same way that new nappies should be posited in the collective noun "bag", the common noun "solid" should be found from all over earth (i.e. both "in" relationships).

What is the objection to C? The subject shouldn't take too long to count the number of entities in the uncountable noun "ice".

What is the rebuttal to this objection to C? The subject should modify the term "ice" to be "ice block" so that it can be grammatically processed more quickly when being counted.

What is the connection between these rebuttals to C and B? In the same way that the common noun "solid" should be found throughout the cool box, the uncountable noun "ice" should be called "ice block" to count it (I.e. solid is ice when in the cool box).

What is the objection to D? The subject shouldn't break a concrete noun "bottle" because it is physical.

What is the rebuttal to this objection to D? The subject should make space for the concrete noun "glass" on camp to avoid breaking it.

What is the connection these rebuttals between D and A? In the same way that new nappies should be posited in the collective noun "bag", the subject should make space for the concrete noun "glass" in the pack to avoid breaking it (i.e. both are handled so that they don't form holes for safety reasons).

What is the objection to E? The subject shouldn't count too many of the countable noun "glass of apple juice", given limited time and space.

What is the rebuttal to this objection to E? The subject shouldn't tally too many of the countable noun "glass of apple juice", given limited time and space.

What is the connection between these rebuttals to E and D? In the same way that the subject should make space for the concrete noun "glass" to avoid breaking it, the countable noun "glass of apple juice" should be conserved to avoid using too many instances of it (i.e. count only concrete nouns).


Select the order of paragraphs:

A: 2

B: 3

C: 5

D: 1

E: 4


What is the connection between the paragraphs B and A?

One shouldn't take up too much of one's time with passively watching theatre, because of judging the wrong amount of content to deliver to ensure theatre viewing is enjoyed.

What is the connection between the paragraphs C and B?

One shouldn't judge the wrong amount of content to deliver to ensure theatre viewing is enjoyed by not setting aside enough time (a noun) to study breathsoning for a scholarship.

What is the connection between the paragraphs D and A?

One shouldn't take up too much of one's time with passively watching theatre, because of ignoring statements in psychiatry such as needing to socialise.

What is the connection between the paragraphs E and D?

One shouldn't ignore statements in psychiatry shown by wasting time before collecting food so that it goes off.



05/10/2014 08:53 PM
50 Aigs is the Requirement of Recording Day

Film-makers and music producers make 50 Aigs the requirement of recording day (see 50 As for Aigs to find out what to pray and meditate for to protect yourself). Aigs are required breasoned-out As (A-grade essays that are tokens of professionalism) that contain data about the role that only meditation can help you breason out during the day.


05/09/2014 07:45 AM
Theatre audition: +/-

For each negative line, think of a positive seen-as version to act as a "back-bone" for remembering the line or if it is positive, think of how it could be criticised.

Think of the (underlying positive emotion to compare with the) emotion with which to deliver the line and how the line links to the previous and next lines.


05/09/2014 05:49 AM
50 As for Aigs after meditation if it is...

Warning: You should meditate using the Lucian mantra and green sutra for 20 twenty minutes each twice per day when following the following advice.

Pray to God for 50 As (to help remind you to do and to help complete) for Aigs to be done automatically each day after meditation. Specific Aigs that you will receive days, weeks or years for roles will help you be awarded these roles when they are offered.

Coming Soon: Method for becoming an Award-Winning Writer.


05/06/2014 09:55 PM
5-10 H1s by lecturer for difficult students...

5-10 H1s about the student's ideas should be completed by the lecturer for "difficult" students (those who write down on certain topics that they are bigger than it) to be awarded H1 (in addition to which the student should complete an H1 specifically for that assignment).


05/06/2014 06:49 AM
Spiritual Psychiatry with Pedagogy

Spiritual psychiatry protects you from a person "spiritually" unnecessarily asking for additional parts to or numbers of a breasoned out A-grade essay that is a token of professionalism, keeping you sane, hence the name "spiritual psychiatry". In this way, you can decide what to do and when, keeping control of yourself.

Write what you haven't got up to with each breasoning, so that you don't have the tired feeling from this being asked from you, e.g. two switches (a non-binary mode) for helping (ticking a check box for a job having been done) instead of one switch.

Indicate friendliness is interesting with a person if that person is interested in friendliness with you in primary and secondary school and university, to avoid someone asking you what you haven't got up to.

Solution: Plan As needed at the start of the day and say "it's you" to delegate each one to Maharishi.


05/03/2014 02:42 AM
Aigs and Choosing Character Actors

NB: Actor is equivalent to musician.

- May be used by actors/directors in Music/Theatre/Film

- Aigs

o Most with-it of 3 minimum of actors selected from

- characters each need A

o 10 br per A from writer (with body thought-giving ability x)

o specific character A uploaded to Aigs, which chosen actor needs to be with it over.


05/03/2014 02:41 AM
Aigs (How to Earn Roles)

Note: One should meditate for twenty minutes twice per day on each of the lucian mantra and green sutra to protect yourself when using this idea.

One needs an Aigs A to complete 10 breasonings per day to be automatically given 50 As by a local liturgical church that represent film-quality support for an entertainment role. Also, one should be with-it, in other words, one should have completed Aigs on each day since the day before the performance, from when considered.


04/30/2014 08:46 AM
Maharishi and Nietzsche
I am more Maharishi (receive data through trances) than Nietzsche (an aphorist), although I am influenced by Nietzsche.
04/30/2014 08:21 AM
Religion Family Tree

All religions descended from Lucianic Meditation should write their "family tree", in other words the chain of parent religions until reaching Lucianic Meditation in a Chapter called "Religion Family Tree" at the start of their book of texts.

e.g. Lucianic Meditation


04/26/2014 09:56 PM
Red Heart Each Day

From Hearts today and tomorrow from 50 As each day in Lucianic Meditation (LM) and Daily Regimen and Non-Famousness (How to Save Your Life):

Breason out radio buttons and the following text: "I pray for 50 As for 50 As to be blamed for from Lucianic Meditation [LM] when they are not breasoned out each day and each next day" to have 50 As for meditation each day automatically arrive through praying for them with 50 As.


04/25/2014 11:52 PM
Daily Regimen and Non-Famousness (How to Save Your Life)

Breason out radio buttons and the following text:

"I pray for 50 As for each of each idea dotted on, x ii after mistakes, it's you after this, sanity, the Lucian mantra, the Green sutra, Yoga Asanas, Yoga Surya Namaskar, anti-hallucination medicine, antidepressant, Vitamin drink to prevent colds, fermented milk drink, fibre supplement, clean water, business perspectives (knowing how to turn each representation a person makes positive), having massages, having boutique health and these two being called good by people, everything to be all right with one's head and no head aches, seen-as version of meditation: children plugging in and unplugging own seat belt, to prevent gaseous pops from using the sutra and no bubbles between the inner and outer surfaces of the mouth from using the sutra."

It is effective to use the mantra and sutra on famous work days (as opposed to ineffective to not use them on these days), but 50 As will "ask" God to remind you to meditate on unprayed for days, fills in gaps and gaps in utterances.

It is better to breason out prayers for these medicines (not the 50 As) each day, but 50 As fills in unprayed for days, fills in gaps and gaps in prayers from when you pray for 50 As.

A holistic medicine course (self-pulse diagnosis preferably at University) is recommended before praying for medicines.


04/25/2014 11:51 PM
Hearts today and tomorrow from 50 As each...

Check at the start of each day (before meditating) whether 50 As have been breasoned out by the religion in readiment for meditation. Do this for the next day as well, symbolizing two hearts appearing (with a third heart appearing from the day before as well). If not, breason out a radio button and text "It's you." to "blame" the parent religion/the founder of your religion for this conclusion. NB: the 50 As do not replace the 50 Breasonings Per Second, but prepare for it.

50 As are breasoned out each day during meditation to prevent disease by performing the work required for non-famousness and famousness, which if not done, can result in health problems.


04/18/2014 11:34 PM
Industry Projects on Lucianic Computational...

For Industry Projects on Lucianic Computational Philosophy, students should connect 3 perspectives (paragraph algorithms) for a total of 5 Prolog (etc.) programs.

To write a new program, the student should mind-map contents of ontologies (data structures) to be used, and the virtues and anti-virtues of writing programs with some of these ontologies. The linking programs (between the perspectives mentioned in the previous paragraph) should also account for money-related, computational and bodily implications of what they are connecting together.


04/18/2014 09:47 PM
First Class Degrees Based on a Single A

Complete 250 breasonings at the start of a degree major to only earn As in assignments by completing 10 breasonings, which one should be prepared to do by studying Education at University.

Also, this method works in industry (e.g. in music, creative writing, fillm-making) by giving you all the associated As (voices, characters and entities) for 10 breasonings each.


04/16/2014 06:29 PM
Think about your work from a department in...

04/15/2014 07:35 PM
New Employee Incorporating Body Thoughts

The prerequisite of 50 As is required for new employees, for any job including Professor famous person or worker.

The 50 As can also be used to access body thoughts as detailed in Achieving Body Thoughts Giving Status, allowing faster transfer of As during a job.

50 As is the standard that can be found anywhere, and is the same for providing training, hiring an employee, working a shift, providing a service or selling a product.


04/15/2014 07:07 PM
Achieving Body Thoughts Giving Status

Warning: You should meditate using the lucian mantra and green sutra for twenty minutes twice per day to protect you when using the following ideas.

What Are Body Thoughts?

Body Thoughts, spiritual sacrifices of your body (the effects of which are prevented using daily meditation) allow you to "imply" an A (A-grade essay that is a token of professionalism) which contain up to 250 breasonings, after only thinking of approximately 10 breasonings. This is normally not possible without the following method, because you have not yet passed the spiritual time point that allows you to do this to God.

How to Achieve Body Thoughts Giving Status.

Body thoughts can only be achieved by writing 50 unique breasoned out As. After this, an A should be written to give yourself the ability to complete body thoughts.

What can I do with Body Thoughts?

Body thoughts allow quickly completing As after thinking of 10 breasonings, so you can work in:

- education, where other body-thought givers may help you with the workload if you haven't reached the point

- management, where you may be relied on to support frontline employees

- hospitality, where there are frequent customers

- famous jobs, except each of these should be backed by a degree and daily meditation

What is planned next?

This was discovered after Honours-level at University, after which "high quality thoughts" may be encountered.


04/14/2014 09:54 PM
BreasoningView.pl

The Breasoning View Prolog Program can be used to visualise breasonings by, not not by confirming prisms' dimensions, because the essence of the object has already been processed.

Attention: The output of the following program cannot be used to visualise breasonings in breasoning lists, however visualising named objects from memory can be used in breasoning lists x. However, if the output can be used to visualise the breasonings because that is all that is required after the high quality thoughts have gone through.

/** This program constructs a view of a breasoning (an object's X, Y and Z dimensions visualised in a high quality way to God). When you present breasoning lists, you can use this program to help audience members visualise breasonings more quickly.

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BreasoningView.pl (in the computer programming language Prolog) draws rectangular prisms with visible vertices labelled in the following way.


?- brview([pot,30,20,10]).

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Inputting the query brview([pot,30,20,10]). to BreasoningView.pl prints the following graphic of a wireframe containing a pot (30 x 20 x 10 cm).


brview(Item) :-

Item = [_Object, X, Y, Z],

WinX is X+Y+4,

WinY is X+Y+Z,

createwindow(WinX, 0, WinY, [],Window1),

drawprism(X, Y, Z, Window1,Window3),

WinX2 is WinX-1,

WinY2 is WinY-1,

print(WinX2,WinY2,0,Window3).

createwindow(_X,Y,Y,Window,Window) :- !.

createwindow(X,Y1,Y2, Window1,Window2) :-

createrow(0,X,Y1, [],Row),

append(Window1,Row,Window3),

Y3 is Y1+1,

createwindow(X,Y3, Y2, Window3, Window2).

createrow(X,X,_,Row,Row) :- !.

createrow(X1, X2, Y, Row1, Row2) :-

createposition(X1,Y, Position),

append(Row1,[Position],Row3),

X3 is X1+1,

createrow(X3,X2, Y,Row3,Row2).

createposition(X, Y, Position) :-

Position = [X,Y,' '].

drawprism(X,Y,Z,Window1,Window10) :-

AX is 0, AY is X+1,

BX is X+1, BY is 1,

CX is X+Y+2, CY is Y+1,

DX is BX, DY is BY+Z,

EX is AX, EY is AY+Z-1,

FX is Y+1, FY is X+Y+Z-1,

GX is CX, GY is CY + Z -1,

line1(AX,AY,BX,BY,Window1,Window2),

line1(BX,BY,CX,CY,Window2,Window3),

line1(AX,BX,EX,EY,Window3,Window4),

line1(BX,BY,DX,DY,Window4,Window5),

line1(CX,CY,GX,GY,Window5,Window6),

line1(EX,EY,DX,DY,Window6,Window7),

line1(EX,EY,FX,FY,Window7,Window8),

line1(DX,DY,GX,GY,Window8,Window9),

line1(FX,FY,GX,GY,Window9,Window10).

line1(X,Y1,X,Y2,Window1,Window2) :-

line3(X,Y1,Y2,Window1,Window2), !.

line1(X1,Y1,X2,Y2,Window1,Window2) :-

C is Y1-((Y2-Y1)/(X2-X1))*X1,

M is (Y2-Y1)/(X2-X1),

line2(X1,X2,C,M,Window1,Window2).

line2(X1,X2,_,_,Window,Window) :-

X1 is X2+1, !.

line2(X1,X2,C,M,Window1, Window2) :-

draw(X1,C,M,Window1,Window3),

X3 is X1+1,

line2(X3,X2,C,M,Window3,Window2).

line3(_X,Y,Y,Window,Window) :- !.

line3(X,Y1,Y2,Window1,Window2) :-

delete(Window1,[X,Y1,_],Window3),

append(Window3,[[X,Y1,'*']],Window4),

Y3 is Y1 +1,

line3(X, Y3,Y2,Window4,Window2).

draw(X1,C,M,Window1,Window2) :-

Y is round(M*X1+C),

delete(Window1,[X1,Y,_],Window3),

append(Window3,[[X1,Y,'*']],Window2).

print(_X, Y, Y, _Window) :- !.

print(X,Y1, Y2, Window) :-

print_row(0, X, Y1, Window),

Y3 is Y1-1,

writeln(''),

print(X, Y3,Y2,Window).

print_row(X,X,_Y,_Window).

print_row(X1, X2,Y1,Window) :-

member([X1,Y1,Character],Window),

write(Character),

X3 is X1+1,

print_row(X3,X2,Y1,Window).

Click for More Examples.

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Suggested order of slides when assisting visualising a breasoning: 1. name of object, 2. name and image of object, 3. name and dimensions of object, 4. name, dimensions and image of object.


04/08/2014 06:06 PM
To be Maharishi (for everything to be high...

Give 10 industry projects in each department 250 breasonings (a production).

This includes Popology (studying cultivated people), Societology (comparing minorities), Meditation (research), Medicine (As to complement western medicine) and Pedagogy (assignment As).


04/04/2014 11:54 PM
Aigs and Acting Roles

Warning: the following contains references to Aigs. You should meditate for twenty minutes twice per day on the mantra "lucian" and the sutra "green" when Aigs are used.

The writer

Think of the central small area of study and synthesis obtained by turning over a pedagogical argument.

Pretend to spiritually upload to Aigs.

The actor

Let actor perform 10 breasonings to receive AIgs the day before, on the day and the day after the performance.

Define the self as the role.


04/04/2014 11:54 PM
Why Religious Organisations are Protected...

Deduce a 6-level (breasoning) analysis of an idea to call the idea legally protected by God.


03/26/2014 06:22 PM
Lucian Mantra and Green Sutra - Watch to...

Watch here


03/26/2014 06:19 PM
University
Only the individual can turn over the objects thought of in a high quality way to God to reveal a specific department's meaning.
03/23/2014 11:55 PM
Lucian on Plato's Syllogism
The syllogism "Socrates is mortal because Socrates is a man and all men are mortal" could be replaced with the synogism "Socrates is mortal because Socrates is a God and all Gods are mortal" if i. Socrates was a God, ii. Gods were mortal and iii. if God were a synonym for man, where a. some Gods are mortal men, however b. men need monks representing them to become immortal Gods after their death.
03/23/2014 07:24 PM
Lucianity and Shamanism

Shamanism (a societal framework) and Lucianity (my religion based on humanist pedagogy) intersect with pedagogical arguments containing evidence.

Shamanism is a collection of indigenous cultures from around the world that need to be related to in modern time so that the world can work well by being more inter-aware (through societological verification)and intra-aware (by humanist pedagogical examination, with societological elements). It employs a spiritually holistic approach to medicine, and uses animal imagery to represent the friendliness of the world.

Lucianity needs the support of "animals" (metaphors for the world) through pedagogical arguments and the support of "history" for fact-checking current ideas.

"Spirits" are other living positive people who we can mimic after examining through 6 breasonings for medicinal etc. pedagogical arguments that contain societological systems that we can verify our world with.


03/22/2014 04:41 AM
Prevent Stress

1. Indicate a big idea (area of study).

2. Dot it on to exit it.

3. Say something interesting about it.


03/20/2014 07:22 AM
With University Protective As and Answer...

250 As for song or video productions

5 As to communicate with someone in person about productions


03/18/2014 11:33 PM
Protective As and Answers at University

Warning: Meditate for twenty minutes twice per day using the mantra "lucian" and the sutra "green" to give yourself a meditated on degree to protect you when performing the following. Alternatively, study at least an Education subject at University.

Press a button under your arm pit to ask for 250-breasoning-long As for each lecture and assignment each day and dot on an A for answers to appear to you from now on.


02/25/2014 10:49 PM
When Transcendental Meditation is not listening...

The following doesn't work:

Pray for 7*190 br As from TM for each assignment with a brain thought.

- (the following does work:) check 5 sources (textbooks or peer reviewed journals) for each assignment.


02/25/2014 10:48 PM
Criteria for marking written answers - High...

Critical analysis: each idea's reason and improving objections to the idea and it's reason should be thought of.

Reflection: Inference between the idea and reason and an objection to it should be thought of.

Conceptual understanding: breason out the idea and think of an improving objection.

Integration of the unit material: synthesis (connection between the idea and another idea) with an improving objection.

In summary, breason out all answers to verify them and check that they are comprehensive.


02/25/2014 10:40 PM
6 As per assignment expanded

Labs

For each question

Dot on:

7 comments from other students about lecturer's help/answer

7 comments from your students/future professors

1 comment to complete the 15 to look professional

+ rest of 50 with brain thoughts

Philosophy Honours female student: Or 50 As for assignment v

Where comments are breasonings thought of with Nietzsche lecturer's help.

A "7" comes from either a expanded breasoning or a synthesis of breasonings

Famous Physics professor: Or pretend to do this

Say I have the A per day from the question


02/25/2014 10:38 PM
First Class Degree

What to breason out each week:

- 10 breasonings per day for acting roles

- 1 190 breasonings-long A per week for each Uni A

- specific 20-br and synthesis for lectures

- * 6 Aigs per assignment (see "6 As per assignment expanded")

Separately:

Each of my 50 brain thoughts will be used on each assignment.

The answers will appear one by one with enough time to write them down.


02/24/2014 04:12 AM
Church Product
To go to heaven, you should aim to eat vegan food.
02/07/2014 06:48 AM
As for University (shortcut)

Warning: the following contains references to Aigs (collections of As). See Anti-Aigs in Psychiatry for a solution.

You need 6 As per assignment for a chance of full marks.

You need 190 breasonings for an A (an A grade assignment that is a token of professionalism) per assignment. Interview school heads about the number of additional As (with 190 breasonings, for 100%) available for that day.

For each of the As, turn over a breasoning to reveal it's true meaning from the seen-as department of the student's A to earn the number of breasonings from that A for your A set.

This means you may be able to study more subjects per semester without the need to write all your own As.

Aigs may be collected using the instructions in Productions shouldn't be assessable at University.

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Used only with express written permission

Use the University A Shortcut to Earn First Class Degrees (First Class Degree Character Shown).


02/03/2014 05:17 AM
Photos
Think of 15 brain thoughts for each photo to have the main role and pretend to look through the centre of a cosmological ring to pretend to comment on each viewer before it is taken.
02/03/2014 04:39 AM
Earning Sales

To attract a sale from a particular person,

breason

out a 20-breasonng long strand about why that type of person (e.g. 10-20, 20-30, 30-40, 40-50, 50-60, 60-70 years old etc., male and female) would buy the product each day from when the person would see the advertisement until they buy the product.

Also, you should breason out 5 As (with 5 groups of 20 specific breasonings) for copy and design of each document you produce. Because it will take too long to breason out production-length (250 breasoning) As, let your customers pretend they are production-length by lifting a pixel over 2 levels in response to you lifting that pixel over one level.

A sale A for a specific customer should be impressive, i.e. a pop song with three "scenes", or heart-touching moments.


02/03/2014 04:05 AM
Writing Song Lyrics

When writing song lyrics, write:

  • 20-breasoning strands (like As) for lyric lines to uncover the right words.
  • Choose an unassuming version of each lyric line to breason out for the song to sell better.

02/03/2014 04:04 AM
Acting and possibly Pop role shortcut

To earn a television or radio acting and possibly pop role, breathson out a line from the current composition from a local liturgical church choir from with a school and breason out 10 breasonings per day contributing to your own philosophy each day. (See Breathsoning and Breasoning.)

To be given 50 As from God supporting your role, breason out the second "famous" wire stand in Being Published at a Conference, How To Go Viral, Earning Research Funding Products from that church's perspective.

When you are given a role, define yourself as the role and define a strawberry as the breasoning to breason out the radio button signifying being interested in the video/song by another person.


01/25/2014 04:06 AM
Pop Role (Concert and Daily Sales) and Acting Role Products #2

I would recommend the method for earning music and acting roles in Radio Plays and Screen Actor Products be included by the following.

NB. One should have training in the relevant department and meditate each day the following is done.

First, collect 10 As for an Education major so that the next 10 As to collect, a Theatre Studies or Music major work.

First, repeat 50 brain thoughts.

5*50 extra

15*50 actor/singer at concert

50*50 jobs (major record label) - just do it by "turning off" the idea of it.

In addition, breason out song lyrics and physical appearance for singers (or the 5 As and 10 songs and their As in Radio Plays and Screen Actor Products for actors).

Daily sales are done as described in How To Go Viral.

Workers in an organisation that help with earning roles (e.g. a liturgical church choir) may "activate" this help by breasoning out a single A.


01/12/2014 06:26 AM
Radio Plays and Screen Actor Products

To earn a radio play for a song (on college radio), one should breason out the song, breason out an A for the song, and 4 more original As in the same way as earning a screen actor's role. Also, one should breason out the lyrics and possibly produce 10 songs, breason out business As (instances of i.e. the Anarchy Quiz) for each of the Manager, Booker and Promoter and 5 Sales As in the same way. Also, breason out one A to be one with a partner in the music video and breason out one A to be with everyone in the music video, for a total of 15 As.

After the instructions about how to go viral have been used to synthesise 50 As from the 5 original As, one also should (first "find out") then just "count" how many sales one would like to make (to a maximum of 50, which represent the rest) with one, rather than 5 As being counted this time. Bands in major record labels have to follow the formula 5 As to (expand to the 15/main role signifying As to be counted only first) then expanded to the "industry standard" 50 As, followed by the 50 sales As each day to (at least) earn the Major Record Label deal. However, bands may spiritually "turn off" this amount of work later.

Acting Roles can be earned in a similar way to radio plays, except may not require 3 As for the Manager, Booker and Promoter, i.e. the "minimal set" of 5 As and 10 songs.


01/12/2014 05:59 AM
God Exists, God cannot be Written about...

God Exists

God, an entity who is a necessary and central member of a religion, exists to protect and guide people on Earth. He/She is usually a deity of a human.

God cannot be Written about Directly because He/She is Respected

God cannot be written about directly (argued for and against) in the breasoning list, but religious terms such as "God", "Maharishi" and "monastic", etc. should be replaced with non-religious terms such as "master". This does not affect the required language in written essays.

The Student will Fail if he/she Disagrees with God in Exposition of Essay

The student will fail if he or she disagrees with the idea of God in the exposition (first half) of his or her essay because of the infallible nature of God (ref. Google "incapable of making mistakes or being wrong").


12/13/2013 02:48 AM
3 100%s for near 100% grade

Breason

out 3 100%s (3*190 breasonings = 570 breasonings) before completing the assignment for near 100% grade in science laboratories, tests, essays, exams and humanities essays (but not quizzes and possibly programs). However, if the content will not be unknown and there will be time, you can breason out one 100% before the assignment, and breason out the contents of the assignment.


12/07/2013 01:36 AM
How To Go Viral

Warning: Viral As should not be used to conceive children, otherwise the results could be fatal. (Prevent virality being incompatible with conception by unscrewing the nut and bolt and placing it in the quantum box/prayer.)

NB: For protection during the following, silently repeat the mantra Lucian for twenty minutes twice per day and repeat the sutra Green for twenty minutes twice per day.

NB: 250 breasoning-long As may cause adverse effects and 190 breasoning As should be used instead.

How To Go Viral

Going "viral" (having many hits, sales, etc.) for movies, songs and books requires As (e.g. Anarchy Quiz A, but As written specifically for these would be better) for the five items: a grid of red As that you've written as part of the work earlier, multiplying, doing and having As and many hits for the time to prepare for the YouTube counter for selling people to sell en masse.

For largeness of the production (usually with 5*250 breasonings, expanded into the 50 As, done by simply counting up to 50 after breasoning out the A), one needs to switch on the "first wire stand (for As to be given to each count) and second wire stands (for these to be made famous)" (complemented by breasoning out ray-reflecting clouds) (where one needs training and meditation as protection which this does).

NB. Without 5 As to synthesise the 50 As from, rather than 1 A, one would not have 50 groups of 10 breasonings, where there are 100 breasonings per A. To counter the possibly hallucinogenic effects of this "expansion" of 10 to 85 breasonings, one needs to either study or write one's own medicine and psychiatry majors (10 As each, after which one will spiritually receive the rest of the As in those majors). This assumes one is trained in universal pedagogy (with 10 As) or preferably University Education, to speak the "H1/Breasonings" language. One can spiritually "receive" these majors in certain meditation techniques (Buddhist Meditation, Transcendental Meditation and Lucian Meditation (LM) - see my song Abracadabra for how to practise LM and Abracadabra 2 for how to reproducibly teach LM).

What can you Think Big in? Radio plays, sales, status updates.

NB: One needs 5 As (e.g. Anarchy Quiz As) for a sale to be possible.

See also: Earning Research Funding, Being Published at a Conference, Location of breasoned arguments for 5*250 breasonings in Philosophy section at Lucianpedia


11/25/2013 06:51 PM
Concerning Meditation
I practise meditation and enjoy it very much, and find it helps me greatly in all areas of my life. However, some believe that it may lead to mental illness, when Aigs are received or too many ideas than can be breasoned out by the person are received. In response, I agree with many doctors that meditation can have many beneficial effects that surmount these possible objections, and should be used as a preventative medicine for cancer, etc.
11/25/2013 06:45 PM
Anti-Aigs in Psychiatry

Aigs (spiritual recordings of As received en-masse) are not received well in psychiatry, because academics don't like As to be done for people without them learning how to write them themselves, and pressure to perform these Aigs may put psychotic pressure on the producer. However, Aigs may be produced and used in emergency cases, for example a meditator needing 50 of them on a recording day and being provided with them because of sympathy for them (being felt sorry for by God).

To protect oneself when using Aigs, one needs a psychiatry course (10 breasoned out As) or a "complete medicine" short course, e.g. a self-pulse diagnosis short course from University.


11/18/2013 09:26 PM
Background in Retirement

People should describe backgrounds using

breasonings

during their retirement.


11/18/2013 02:28 AM
The Distortion Solution

The apparent breasdostonings deficit should be prevented by applying distortion to breasonings.

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Used only with express written permission

Breasonings (the unit of currency in H1/A/80+% grade essays that are a token on professionalism) are represented by the above symbol.


11/15/2013 02:02 AM
No Breasdostonings Left, Reinterpretation...

Warning: the following contains references to Aigs.

I have run out of breasdostonings so I need training or meditation each day

Original breasdostonings or argumentary connections, the backbone of an essay have been depleted over the course of my writing Nietzschean-influenced essays to deserve H1 for assignments at University. This is because the number of types of objects used in breadostonings has been reached. I will therefore need to use other essays which have not run out of breasdostonings, but need to be protected by training in the essay topic's department or by meditation if the need is famousness, in case anything goes wrong accessing the other essay.

Problem delayed: I can reinterpret Pedagogy, some of my songs and the movie of my life

Even though my own supply of essays may have almost certainly reached it's limit, I can reinterpret my past essays by thinking of uses for arguments and expansions of algorithms, with roughly nine essays retrievable from one essay.

When these run out, I can use meditation (Aigs)

If this doesn't work or I run out, I can use other essays, while using meditation in case anything goes wrong accessing the other essay.


11/12/2013 09:31 PM
University Simulation

Warning: the following contains references to Aigs.

To earn each of the following, you need the following number of As (as described in http://www.bestthinking.com/thinkers/society_and_humanities/philosophy/philosophy_of_artificial_life/lucian-green?tab=blog&blogpostid=19161%2c19161): (Establish an artificial university simulation using 1000 As, then look at the character line up the side dimensions of the following "A blocks", then Aig out each A - say "lucian" 4 times to receive the A and 4 times to repeat the A, where 50 breasonings per mantra, and 190 breasonings per 100% A)

acting role - 1000 As

sit com role - 40000 As

entry level movie - 15 billion As

movie - 50 billion As


11/12/2013 07:39 PM
Music at centre of agent, actor, music...

Acting agent 80 points (an A's worth of the role br/brstone/pop points - see Screen Test Preparation Class at Acting agent)

Main role - 50 points, speaking role - 10 points in with it manner, extra role - 10 points

Music producer giving role to singer - does 10 points him/herself, including other songs the song has created

Sales - 10 employees in each city making sales for "100%" coverage of the city, concerts help with profit

Churches helping with role - one church does 10 points, while 7 other churches in the same city finish the A's worth of points.


11/11/2013 05:13 AM
Screen Test Preparation Class at Acting...

Warning: the following contains references to Aigs.

Agent acting class


Own film: own pop song, Aigs- actors: line br, brth out in terms of pop- emotions- director: brstone, off/a flower should be thought of, hq comment


Meditate church person on role, same as above


Put old Agent photos on website


Tutor's five steps


Read itRead out loud" standing up" moving aroundRead it in mirror


Br out lines before audition


Lines at audition:


Split into beatsCommasMasking - test memoryMemorise sections one by one


Wednesday:


NameAgeAgentPast acting experienceHobbies


Markup:Emotions


Costume:Shirt, tieNot blue, green in case of blue or green screen


TV Program: all film, with pop song for each of 10 points


Do this for my films, this screen test

Real film producers: As for scene, roles, props

A for each song

As for breasoning, breathsoning, breasdostoning, high quality comments (for actor, see Accelerated Academy courses , do breasoning-high quality comments with 10 points as well as song found out for each point, and 1-5 As for extras role)

*** Different people (represented by a blue part on a red whole) should be gone through until a person who is interested in the character's points and associated parts (represented by a red whole) is found each day until the performance.

Acting, Music, Creative Writing degrees: 10 As each

* note A is a sacrifice (requires meditation)


11/07/2013 08:50 PM
Accelerated Academy courses

Accelerated Academy courses

On a topic of the student's choosing

1.32 paragraph breasonings (first undevelopedly brainstormed with seen-as versions, then modified by God - which is opened out by pedagogy breasoning list training), [each breasoning should be "turned off" and a flower should be thought of.

2.each with a use, 3 algorithm steps (explaining how to do the breasoning in a step by step set of instructions) and a conclusion sentence each (=190 breasonings),

3.with 3 breasdostonings (for inter-32 breasonings, and made up for inter-algorithmic steps' breasonings) connecting together each consecutive pair of these of 190 breasdostonings, preceded by an explanation of how the pair of breasonings connect through the argument (=570 breasonings and 189 sentences). NB breasdostonings for similar lines need to be done at least on the day of e.g. filming.

4. with 10 high duality comments thought of for each breasoning, found by "turning off" (thinking of) the first person thought of, correcting his/her idea by checking that his/her argument is connected, is as simple as possible, and can be used easily for each breasoning. NB high quality comments for lines need to be done at least on the day of e.g. filming.

5.5. Breasoning of the argument (writing the x, y and z dimensions of the 570 breasonings).

Minimum standard = 100% of breasonings are high quality, relevant and the dimensions of which are correctly given.

Rainbow is 10 objects drawn out as high quality thoughts about the argument to interest boys in found out as versions of lines from a pop song (with corresponding breathsonings).

Written in a 30 page book over 4 days with 8 hours per day (4 spent writing the texts and the rest spent meditating , practising yoga and taking breaks, and also writing the essay on a separate topic ad writing a computer program.) The course takes 12 weeks for 15 As (a major's worth) to be written, on Pedagogy and Meditation, at either Beginners or Advanced level. These can be used to for A-grade-(a 190-breasoning long essay that is a token of professionalism, including a lecture of breasdostonings)-training (for students and teachers, etc.) and learning how to practise meditation, respectively. More time than this may be needed for the students to feel adequately relaxed.

Artificial intelligence algorithms to ask for these sentences, breasonings and breasdostonings etc.

Glossary

Breasoning - a sentence with a concrete objective named that is visualised in a high quality way because it is given by God, where the object's x, y and z dimensions are given to demonstrate the essay with 190+189*4 of them deserves A-grade. See http://lucianspedagogy.blogspot.com.au/p/writing-sentences-by-making.html .

Breasdostoning - a collection of 3 breasonings that are the 3 steps connecting two other breasonings.

As will be thought of for ways of thinking that the student will be using, including breasonings' parts and breasdostoning.


11/04/2013 08:31 PM
Professor

Ask God to turn off degree

Ask N* to do breasdodstonings with thank you sweetly afterwards (in past argument, e.g. brain sutra v.2 6,7.11.13 with more breasonings drawn out)

Have As for all pedagogies arranged in hierarchies and sensors when * would like them to be used to write a breasoning


11/03/2013 07:26 AM
Accreditation of Yoga, Meditation, etc.

Accredited yoga

DNA molecule image given A

Accredited meditation

Chemistry ro reflexivity - A

Accredited Education


Education word image A

Accredited robot mind

Point image A


10/28/2013 04:01 AM
Academy

I can have the Academy with pedagogical meditation prayer which has breasonings given by God and training provided by paid education training with 50 As.


10/25/2013 05:24 AM
100%
For 100%, think of two uses for each sentence.
10/25/2013 04:26 AM
Productions shouldn't be assessable at University

Warning: the following contains references to Aigs.

In the post "Knight and Dragon Productions about Computer Science" (https://www.facebook.com/notes/lucian-green/knight-and-dragon-productions-about-computer-science/10151931775279841) I wrote about productions for use as non-assessable ideas.


- Instead of 1 A per assignment, several As per day would be required to keep up with the workload of a production made assessable as an assignment (i.e. 50 groups of 5 "characters" breasonings where the 5 breasonings are expanded to 50 As, and then as is usually not yet asked, 50 groups of these would be required).

- A possible solution to the 50 As required per assignment would be "collect" As from an Aig idea by repeating the mantra ("lucian") four times to those one can "find out" have completed an A until one has enough (50) people's As.

- This may sound all right to inexperienced students, and may even be approached by non-University industry with the solution to the 50 As being "ordered" being meditation.

- However, at University, anything apart from 1 A per assignment is usually adhered to, and only inexperienced lecturers will usually ask for it.


10/25/2013 04:25 AM
Knight and Dragon Productions about...

Warning: 250 breasoning-long As may causeadverse effects and 190 breasoning As should be used instead.

Each algorithm should have a middle-ages themed 250 breasoning-long A split into 50 (like 50 As for a production) groupsof 5 breasonings about a unique personality type (of a disabled child) thinkingabout the algorithm. (This is separatefrom the philosophy argument and the 5 lines of the algorithm that arebreasoned out to 100%.)


09/20/2013 07:07 AM
Failures in the semester assignments with solution


Melting high-up

2-20 H1s per week in return for 1

Meditation

Non-Famousness and Famousness


NB H1=A.


Melting high-up


During the semester, I found to my shock that my grades had dropped after trying the new technique of writing As (A-grade essays that are tokens of professionalism) that contained only the Y-value (height) of a set of characters from an assignment's or lecture's text, not one set of X, Y and Z dimensions from one of a set of reasons for a single argument. I felt I had received the following help, by being high up (faultily breasoning out texts in front of and for students and lecturers) when melting (failing or receiving poor grades for assignments). I hope I can return to the correct Pedagogical (breasoning-based) technique as a result of correcting this. However, even the following advice I received I feel will fail in terms of the expectations for myself (being rewarded for work that is 100% my own) and will not achieve my discoveries if I do this, so I will probably complete a similar science degree in TAFE instead, where I can complete all the work myself. On the other hand, I will stay in the Science degree until I can work out whether there is another possible way of earning enough As without the complications.



Solutions for managing a company and employees


Non-assessable H1s that are necessary to complete each day for each employee can be completed by asking the employee to meditate, which solves the problem of completing an H1.



The following is fine for people who don't mind relying on others for their marks, once they have reached the point of being asked to complete an A , not only for each week, but for each assignment.


2-20 H1s per week in return for 1


When one completes an H1, he or she can "appear" to 2-20 (i.e. however many H1s are necessary for the University student that week) students for whom H1s are completed in nearby schools (usually one H1 for each student who earns H1 that day) and dot on the H1 before it is started to keep benefit from it as if he or she had earned it him or herself when it is finished. The suggestion is that when this communal "sharing" of H1s occurs, each students who completes an H1 that week will deserve the others for that week.


Meditation


As previously mentioned, H1s (communal ones rather than those helped to the student directly by a God, where the communal ones are sometimes accessed more protectedly than appearing directly to certain students if one would like to e.g. make discoveries) can be accessed through meditation, simply by repeating "Lucian" and "Green" 80 times each per day. I would like to do this but am wondering who will do the H1s?


Non-Famousness and Famousness


Both non-famous and famous employees are recommended to participate in meditation on work days, where non-famous employees require 1 H1 per day and famous employees require 50 H1s per day.

Solution

Do Section A (without NBs) so that all the work is done myself, not Section B. Or in fact, just do one A per week keeping in mind that the rest are done for you.

Section A

Do 1-4 80%s per week (note, see next section about doing 1 A and being given the other As).

Do 2 subjects per semester.

Go through order of entries as written in computational philosophical notebooks.

190 br split into 85 for 80% (note, do one 100%, not several 80%s)

Music based on these As contains consecutive philosophies on each book.

50 philosophy arguments in under 6 subjects (note, one argument/A per week).

Section B

Do your own A

Dot on As two weeks in advance

School representative takes care of the As being gone though

Glue marks from different As together

For Week 9

Year 4 80%

Year 5 80%

Year 6 80%

For Week 10

4 As needed


09/07/2013 03:42 AM
Danger from not doing full As yourself
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Used only with express written permission

Finish 20-breasoning-long strands with a "t-cling" (sacrifice) for A.

Only complete 85-190-breasoning-long As or imply the whole thing yourself with sacrifices. Otherwise, one may be hurt because of not being helped with As relied on to be completed.

- As completed within a company

- by each employee, helped by managers (where As don't necessarily have to be specifically on the topic, but be repetitions of previous As or "business As").

- training, artificial degrees worth of As indicates with sacrifices for universal time points (which don't have to be paid for, but be of the correct, A grade quality) help lessen the A onus, but see *1 below which is necessary still.

- 50s are 7+7 (as sides of a 49 square)+1, as appearances by sacrifices, and the task of actually breasoning them out is so impossible it is put off until after one dies (this is separate from the random child in a school acting as a head of state to put through the 50 breasoned 50s, which is impossible). 50 As are required by an employee (not helped by the a manager) and from the manager to the employee at the start of his or her employment.

- The now realised to be mistaken section in the "1 or 69 As in a publishable PhD article" about only 20 breasonings required for politicians to complete an A should be corrected to the 20 breasonings are not supposed to be 20, but 10, and these are not the start of a new A, but part of a "big A" that all the e.g. song's 10-breasoning long sections should add up to 85-190 length A in total. See *1 about 50 As at this point.

- training should be paid for though to help make money, it is hard to host training without knowing how to do to the As (however training requires 50 As (7+7+1 sacrifices including one breasoned A) and instead of worrying about how many As you have to do to receive the As from the universe (or training), you should breason out each thing you do for a customer, contributing to the daily A. Your e.g. prep teacher will count how many developed or undeveloped (requiring the Professor Algorithm) breasonings an employee thinks of and needs help completing the A after.

- There is an indicator for the government when to do the 50 As on a day, and it is not necessary to even breason out an A before this. A star will appear when you need to do this, but breason out a 190-breasoning A to receive the star. The star has non-famous and famous (preceded by a movie script that you make up) versions.

- *1 As only for important tasks such as assignments, sales, and you should breason out one per employee per day to indicate the rest are done for you. You should count to 7+7+1 to represent the 50 As corresponding to each of the daily As. Never do 50 As for unbreasoned A, and don't think of the rest of the required, or non-required As in fact. Training for non-famousness is easy isn't it? Famousness should be protected with 50 real breasoned out As per day, as given by a God.


08/22/2013 04:31 AM
Government Argument
Alien Cancer
08/20/2013 05:34 AM
Pointing at Objects in Pedagogy

When breasoning out an object (thinking of it's X, Y and Z dimensions), point to positions of a pair of boss heads and clamps on a retort stand, symbolising the dimensions of the object.


08/10/2013 07:07 PM
Pedagogy, Meditation and the Oedipus Complex

When your father dies, you start receiving universal time points such as Pedagogy. When your mother is at home, you receive Meditation.


08/06/2013 09:41 AM
Meditation, Pedagogy and Unlocking Intelligences

Meditate each day to protect yourself if you are untrained in pedagogy (Education) or the intelligence (area of study) you will unlock, in other words test if it is intelligent, rather than not, and therefore worth working on.In order to write As (A grade tokens of professionalism) you need an artificial Pedagogy degree, composed of 10 10-breasoning long As, chosen from the breasonings details (breason out 10 breasonings, on other words think of 10 sets of x, y and z dimensions of each breasoning in the breasoning lists, where X and Y chapter need the Professor Algorithm), where you can write 10-breasoning long As instead of 190 breasonings because the degree helps you. You can write 10-breasoning long As in the Pedagogy degree itself because you are protected while working on it by it.

Next, think of a 2 (one for the employee and one for the manager to mean the following 20 breasonings are expanded to 100 breasonings by politicians) *10 breasoning long A for the area of study you would like to test whether it is worth working on, by breasoning out the first 20 characters of the area of study, assuming the Professor Algorithm precedes it.

Following this, write 2*10 sales As (also for employee and manager and taken from the dimensions of characters in a text of your choice) to establish the area of study's professional standard, and receive "spiritual feedback", or a signal from consumers of the area of study, whether it is a good idea. NB. Sales As take so long, you only need to work on one set, and the rest will be done for you for the rest of your life.


08/02/2013 08:53 PM
Parent Religion-Child Religion Relationship...

Any leader/first monk in time of a religion (an existing religion or planned religion) planning to adopt MSSBTL (Meditation of the Same Standard as Buddhism, Transcendental Meditation and Lucianic Meditation) should meditate e.g. for twenty minutes twice per day on the lucian mantra, for twenty minutes twice per day on the green sutra and breason out a Breasoning List, counting to 50 to represent 50 repetitions of the List to be protected by God as well as optionally meditate on their own religion's mantra, sutra and God text, because it is only necessary to meditate on one's teacher's religion. Similarly, the religious head's students, the monks and oblates only need to meditate using their own religion's techniques.


07/31/2013 08:00 AM
Pedagogy and Meditation Course Dependency Diagram

Pedagogy (the study of H1) and Meditation are interdependent. Pedagogy's Breasonings Details (the criteria for H1) are prerequisites for how to visualise imagery clearly (especially when breasoning out essays, later in Pedagogy qualifications) in the meditation mantra, after two months of which one should be ready to learn the meditation sutra, following which one can either terminate with a Pedagogy writing qualification (including writing vocational essays on how to earn H1 by designing, delivering and assessing A-grade breasoning lists that are tokens of professionalism, that can be used as e.g. religious texts in Lucianity, an existing religion or a new religion), and including language, literacy and numeracy issues, learning styles and other options or go on to graduate with either a Meditation (Beginners), Meditation (Advanced) or Pedagogy (designing and delivering lectures (based on syntheses, with notes about connections, where the syntheses are based on breasoning lists) qualifications, the last four of which contain essays and in the case of Pedagogy (Test, Delivery), vocational assignments, including grading of a computational philosophical essay. Note: one needs to have studied Pedagogy 2 to teach Pedagogy 1 because Pedagogy 1 assesses essays. Also, the units up to and including Pedagogy 1 can be used as Recognition for Prior Learning (RPL) for Meditation 1 and 2 and Pedagogy 2.

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Pedagogy and Meditation Course Dependency Diagram


07/17/2013 11:39 PM
Elysium and Lucianic Meditation

Elysium

Elysium (spreading a particular thing towards the edge of the world, where Elysium is where one lives as a hero) involves spreading pedagogical As (A-grade essays that are tokens of professionalism). Once one has become God, one should protect those who one knows or those who pay you by breasoning out an A or symbolising a breasoned out A with a small self-sacrifice (while being protected with meditation, which is only available to humans), including the next-most intelligent species, (who will algorithmically spread it to the next-most intelligent species until the world's species are protected to be conceived), even back in time (through the idea that an A is not negated as allowing safe conception of each animal) since the origin of life. If everything is given A (e.g. through the Theology specific As A) then aliens will be covered as well.

Lucianic Meditation

Despite the power of Lucianic Meditation, meditators should focus positively on themselves, being good examples of living beings.


07/17/2013 09:56 PM
Attaching songs that are undevelopedly...

Breason out an argument from the highest selling single (White Christmas by Bing Crosby) for your song, etc. for highest sales possible.


07/17/2013 08:14 PM
Games

Pedagogy

- write own argument by combining two previously brainstormed ideas and thinking example for this containing a unipotent object like a fruit, etc. that can be resized to the size of the desired object.

Meditation

- write essay for meditation using pedagogy

- 50 br p s by animating each object's x y and z axes

e.g. Upasana, join arguments about being in heaven together preceded by joining their subparts together (like writing an algorithm) to touch God


07/15/2013 01:35 AM
Schizophrenia

Dot on (with a breasoned out 1*1*0.5 cm radio button) clozapine (to prevent appearances) each day.

Also, if you go for a walk in the evening, dot on "I pray for 80 lucians (mantras)" and repeat the mantra lucian silently during the walk.


07/15/2013 01:32 AM
As to do

Meditation teacher's small things that she notices meditation does A

Parke wants to meditate each day, not just learn

Pink square from comp phil lm logo

  1. Politics of Space, sea, sky, earth, moon, Mars, Antarctica
  2. Peace ideology and peace ontology (robotic peace)
  3. Religion of Space
  4. 3D interactive movies and brain movies
  5. Robots
  6. Brain Music
  7. Pedagogy
  8. Meditation
  9. Popology
  10. Societology
  11. Aigs
  12. Emeritus Professor time information sets

Janet Holmes A'Court or another philanthropist might build a building for my university

A for business not going down

A for big, slow business

- A for "slow down" when someone says a second syllable after "slow"


07/08/2013 01:05 AM
Press Release: You should have training in...

May 15, 2012

Melbourne, Australia

Student Lucian Green, who is interested in influencing everyone, including Heads of State and Vice-Chancellors, believes people's livelihoods will be all right if people have specific training in that department and Krishna-derived meditation for protection during famousness. Krishna, who Hindu Gods are deities of, passed down knowledge of meditation that is present in Transcendental Mediation and Buddhist meditation.

He explains that he has first-hand experience of what happens when employees, especially famous ones have no training, in this case in famousness. "My friend, a television extra who didn't meditate on the day of filming (not a normal job with normal training required, but a famousness job, which required meditation to survive the professional duties) died of cancer several years later," Green says. "Another friend of mine who recorded a pop song with no Transcendental Meditation on the recording day contracted a mastitis and needed an operation in hospital. I think God must find out which people are willing to be more responsible for themselves by earning qualifications in their fields and punish the rest. The solution to this is, for example, if a prospective employee would like to work in, for example, Hospitality, he or she should study a Certificate III in Hospitality before, while or after he or she works in his or her job. Then God will protect him or her for explicit or implicit (department-specific) delivery of spiritual A grade essays representing professionalism on each day he or she is paid. By explicit training in delivery of spiritual A grade essays representing professionalism I mean training in education, which covers writing and assessing such essays (I have a separate website about this at http://lucianspedagogy.blogspot.com) which act as given and received tokens that means one deserves to earn jobs and customers want to buy the product. Contra to this implicit training, say in hospitality or bookkeeping may include training, including satisfying the demand for A-grade professionalism, yet is necessary and enough for protection during other jobs".

Green hopes people pursue training for all jobs they have been employed in, are employed in, or will be employed in as a result of reading this article.

He says there are Universities and TAFEs that provide training in many vocational fields. He says "I think the Internet is wonderful because training heaven is usually a step away. There are also many government-funded places in TAFEs, which provide a high-quality product."

The thought came to Green while he was practising Transcendental Meditation. Green says "I thought that Maharishi, the founder of Transcendental Meditation thought that society-wide training in jobs and famousness for the right people would mean that everyone would go to heaven".

"When I was trained for each of my jobs in hospitality, education, marketing, music and acting, I felt like God had protected me," says Green. When asked how often he meditated, Green replied that he meditates every day, and recommend using the sutra on mass played recording, mass published writing, monastic duty-performing and royal/political job days. He said that meditation also covered emergency protection for on-the-day jobs, by "uploading" 50 A's in training, which would be substituted for training all relevant departments, to God, then letting meditators "download" the As, protecting them. He also said he had knowledge of how to start his own religion/meditation company, including the famous "50 A's (breasonings, or object descriptions) per second", which he published at http://lucianicmeditation.blogspot.com).

He finished by saying that Heads of State and Vice-Chancellors should recommend training before all jobs and meditation on famousness days. (In addition, famousness loves meditation with the sutra and particularly protection from God before and after famousness days.) Green says that the discovery may make him a Saint one day. He says that the knowledge is special and important. He says in a friendly way, "I follow my own advice. It has worked so far."

He hopes that others can follow him by publishing the idea. "I am interested in a career in religion. I am currently engaged in a year of discernment to become an Oblate at St. Mark's Abbey in Camperdown".


06/25/2013 10:53 PM
Robot degrees will be the main thing, not...

Electrical and Electronic Engineering should be an elective in robotics degrees.


06/17/2013 07:42 AM
You become famous by helping with sales

Glossary

Sales/specific A/A - 10 breasonings

Complete A - 100 breasonings, i.e. necessary to complete every 10th A, with the rest done because you have training in Business Management (or have As in it), with the 100 breasonings spread over 10 As at 10 breasonings per A.

10 sales done per day for rest to be done for you.

Specific A of a person who has been thought of recently for a role to come to you.

Specific As for song sales, yes or no about whether they are relevant.

You become famous by helping with sales (seeing which As sell other products).

Business Management As (leadership, human resources, marketing, accounting) let you do manager A parts to complete As in your organisation.

Test competitors' products (meditation techniques).


06/15/2013 07:36 AM
Machine Learning

When you give a robot an

A

, it should learn from you.
06/14/2013 06:57 AM
On Middle Managers

As (A grade essays acting as tokens of professionalism, see http://lucianspedagogy.blogspot.com.au/) should be worked by employees and helped by managers in training, sales, product development and maintenance, marketing, business leadership, accounting departments, for each sale (like a production line analysing the sale) where the managers are called middle managers because they are between employees and the top manager. Human resources is a separate system, which tests the efficacy of these employees and managers in doing this.


05/25/2013 05:42 AM
Going against myself
I would like to try exploring the ideas philosophers are not interested in e.g. Nietzsche and women, Malebranche and meditation in China, while including what they actually write in the unwritten essay.
05/19/2013 02:03 AM
The Queen, Pedagogy and Robotics

The Queen may think that Pedagogy (earning A using scientific/"mystic" algorithms) and Meditation (analysing information to the same degree as the human mind and being filled with God's knowledge/love) is possible for robots by working on 10 breasonings (an A in itself) per breasoning in the original A for Pedagogy and analysing information while walking, communicating or experimenting e.g. dotting a lecturer on to have help with a question or analysing a computer program or building your own computer as a way of understanding hardware for Meditation, where As (A grade assignments proving one's mettle are composed of breasonings) are the functional syncytium in meditation.

This came from EQUEN (philosophical anagram) "equals enough" - The Queen would like enough X, where X is enough breasonings in Pedagogy and X is enough As in Meditation.

P.S. This means school robots could act as "calculator" brains, where implants could allow faster synthesis of A-grade information, speeding evolution and provide the outputs of meditation, e.g. steps needed to reach your goal, and building your own robot like becoming immortal, even with space travel involved. How can spiritual elements that make one famous (a "green" thing that make a dead famous academic appear clearly) be simulated? Perhaps teaching Gods how to program computers, e.g. Turing Machines is how to form these things, called technologies.


05/08/2013 05:35 PM
100%

A including three synthesis As (4n + 1 breasonings, where n = breasonings from essay = 28 and there are three breasdostonings following the first breasoning (1 + 3 = 4), which repeats (= 4n), then finishes with the last breasoning from the essay = 4n + 1), for a total of 110 breasonings per essay. Often University essay omit the first three breasdostonings between the quote and comment, both paraphrased from the essay, and replace the second three breasdostonings with a simple transition between successive comments.


Breasdostoning - three breasonings, or steps that connect two breasonings in a "story".


Breasonings - a sentence with an object named and dimensions measured, see http://lucianspedagogy.blogspot.com.au/2008/02/breasoning.html


Paragraph structure - A well-written paragraph has a topic sentence before the structure of quotes, comments and connections mentioned here, followed by a conclusion sentence. http://lucianspedagogy.blogspot.com.au/2012/12/paragraph-structure-paraphrase-quotes.html


--- Answers in lectures. When earned, there are characters eating my bon fruits.


05/05/2013 01:45 AM
My life

My life changed direction when, by, with the result:

  1. I reached interview information session of a public service job, and spiritually received the "blue cloth" way of thinking for the professor algorithm (http://lucianspedagogy.blogspot.com.au/2012/02/first-class-degrees.html) as a result of leaving the job and concentrating on University, in particular studying Philosophy Honours at Monash University, resulting in my completing my work Pedagogy and aiming to have my own group of schools.
  2. I studied the Certificate IV in Christian Ministry and Theology at a Canberra Higher Education provider, and showed me how to have weekly services in my religion called Lucianic Meditation, developed from the basis on Pedagogy (http://lucianicmeditation.blogspot.com/), specifically by having monastic scriptural publishing, education and mission, resulting in leaving my church and doing this.

05/04/2013 02:34 AM
1 or 69 As in a publishable PhD article

NB: Read Danger from not doing full As yourself before this post.

A publishable PhD article needs 69 As (including 2n +49 = 2*10 + 49 As, where n = 10 "ideas" in the essay, and 2n + 49 includes n ideas, n - 1 "idea connections" and 50 duplicates of a "big synthesis" collection of 100 of these breasonings necessary to reach "product" standard ) to ensure it can be published, alternatively 1 A, if you can find a means of "duplicating" the A 50 times without doing it yourself, by asking Heads of State to do it for you, employing others to do it for you, or praying.

Note: the student as employee should write the first 10 breasonings per A, and the student as manager should write the last 90 of every 10 As, expecting the rest to be completed "pro rata". If you wouldn't like to do any work at all, you can pray for a "specific A" on your topic.

Note: the figure n = 10 used in the above example was drawn from a scene called "Pedagogy X" in my play, in which 10 algorithms, each of which have a "specific A" from 10-100 breasonings are connected by 9 "connective As", where "A", an A grade essay that shows the idea connects with ideas with the same number of As, is an examination of the topic specifically described.

To avoid doing more than one A to deserve A for an article, prevent "big ideas" using the argument you shouldn't do unnecessary work:

http://lucianspedagogy.blogspot.com/2013/02/miracle-have-quality-of-life-you-would.html

PhD articles should be "cutting edge", which can be achieved by developing on current cutting edge research chosen from articles in your field, e.g. "Philosophy of Language" for the topic "How many levels away do synonyms change meaning?" in "Computational English":

http://lucianspedagogy.blogspot.com.au/2013/01/new-computer-science-of-philosophy.html

Learn how to write a "breasoning", the functional unit of an A, which is an object in a sentence, described by it's x, y and z dimensions, visualised by thinking of how it is removed from a blue cloth removed fom a test tube, symbolising how it is involved in an algorithm, or step-by-step action:

http://lucianspedagogy.blogspot.com.au/2012/02/first-class-degrees.html


03/27/2013 01:06 AM
The University Error

If a lecturer finds out you are enrolled in a different University degree from the one you are currently studying (i.e. not a double degree), then he or she will fail you, often resulting in cancellation of that degree, hence a meaning associated with the name "Uni-" ("one") "versity".

To prevent the effects of the University Error, one should "remove" the following counter (with the dimensions 0.01 m, 0.01 m and 0.005 m) and the text (with each letter's dimensions 0.01 m, 0.025 m and 0.0005 m) "x anyway" from the "blue cloth", which is the professor algorithm (http://lucianspedagogy.blogspot.com.au/2012/02/first-class-degrees.html).


03/26/2013 02:09 AM
Cloudy Mucous on Recording Days

Prayer to prevent having yellow blocks in nose from a breasoned out A being done for one on a recording day: I would like cloudy, fluffy mucous instead today and until I pray again tomorrow. Do the following keeping this in mind. As for the high quality function of the human body will be received then.

This is done by first meditating on 80 lucian mantras and 80 green sutras that day, then the following, followed by putting through the A for the idea above by breasoning out (thinking of the following X, Y and Z dimensions in metres of the following objects): bottle (0.04, 0.04, 0.4), cork (0.01, 0.01, 0.04), [think of pop, liquid, gas], 2 x {button to indicate the following text is interesting (0.01, 0.01, 0.005), breasonings for text (0.01, 0.015, 0.0001), [text: I am interested in H1.]}, person (0.5, 0.3, 1.8), name badge (0.04, 0.002, 0.01), model plane (0.2, 0.2, 0.1), wing aileron (0.01, 0.005, 0.001), elevator touching tail (0.01, 0.005, 0.001), fin (0.001, 0.005, 0.01):
THIS METHOD:
Putting through an A for the idea above with a "negatable pressure cup appearance", in other words negatably but in a way that is protected by meditation, placing a medical question on oneself (thinking of a dental drill, the medical question and a conclusion).
NOT THIS METHOD (WHICH RESULTS IN LOWER QUALITY OF LIFE, BUT IF YOU HAVE DONE IT YOU CAN BE PROTECTED BY THE ABOVE INSTEAD):
Breason out an A. This is less negatable and is unnecessary.


03/16/2013 04:57 PM
Pedagogy Secondary Texts

Breathsoning Secondary Text 1

1. The Universe Guardian prepared a point of the Universe model on the stage for a single type of weather at a time. He did this by coming out from under the shelter when the rain had stopped. First, he placed a tray half way outside. Second, he pulled the tray back inside. Third, he tested whether a rain drop icon square was on the tray. In this way, he prepared a point of the Universe model on the stage for a single type of weather at a time by coming out from under the shelter when the rain had stopped.

2. The maitre'd prepared to walk towards the closet. She did this by walking towards the sun after midday. First, she set her heading to the azimuth of the sun, in other words the angle the sun was from the point to her north when seen from overhead. Second, she walked in that direction. Third, she stopped when she reached the main road. In this way, she prepared to walk towards the closet by walking towards the sun after midday.

3. The schoolgirl prepared to label the bottles. She did this by preparing enough ink to draw the flower's pattern. First, she opened the ink pot. Second, she dipped a brush into it. Third, she used a template to paint the correct square in the painting. In this way, she prepared to label the bottles by preparing enough ink to draw the flower's pattern.

4. The printer prepared to jump up and down in the romper room. She did this by stamping the circle. First, she inked the stamp. Second, she stamped the parchment with it. Third, she tested that it had been printed properly. In this way, she prepared to jump up and down in the romper room by stamping the circle.

5. The chef prepared to dessicate the coconut. He did this by pummelling his back. First, he touched a point on his back. Second, he moved his hand away from his back. Third, he pummelled his back. In this way, he prepared to dessicate the coconut by pummelling his back.

6. The horn blower prepared to cut the cob of corn from the plant. He did this by drying his toes. First, he dabbed his first toe. Second, he moved the towel to his next toe. Third, he continued doing this until all of his toes were dry. In this way, he prepared to cut the cob of corn from the plant by drying his toes.

7. The customer prepared to watch the moving pictures in the tent. He did this by sitting under the palm frond at movie city. First, he moved under the palm frond. Second, he positioned the palm frond so that it's spine would cover his eyes as the sun moved. Third, he positioned both his eyes under the spine. In this way, he prepared to watch the moving pictures in the tent by sitting under the palm frond at movie city.

8. The Jerichan prepared to walk around the temple. She did this by sitting on the cushion at the movie studio. First, she walked to the cupboard. Second, she removed the cushion. Third, she sat on it. In this way, she prepared to walk around the temple by sitting on the cushion at the movie studio.

9. The Hudloo resident prepared to watch the parade. He did this by building the Indian palace to contain the red carpet. First, he measured the red carpet's length and width. Second, he built the first wall with the length of the red carpet. Third, he built the rest of the walls around the red carpet. In this way, he prepared to watch the parade by building the Indian palace to contain the red carpet.

10. The man prepared to help his child up. He did this by hoisting his balloon up to indicate his position in the crowd. First, he tied the balloon's string to his wrist. Second, he hoisted it into the air. Third, he walked around. In this way, he prepared to help his child up by hoisting his balloon up to indicate his position in the crowd.

11. I prepared to think of connections until I had thought of a noumenon (thing in-itself). I did this by pipetting the strawberry sauce onto my tongue from the taste palette. First, I squeezed the pipette. Second, I drew a drop of strawberry sauce. Third, I pipetted a drop of strawberry sauce onto my tongue. I In this way, I prepared to think of connections until I had thought of a noumenon by pipetting the strawberry sauce onto my tongue from the taste palette.

12. I prepared to eat the whole blueberry. I did this by graphing myself eating the blueberry. First, I placed the translucent graph paper in front of my nose. Second, I looked at the point of my nose in the mirror. Third, I sketched my face on separate opaque graph paper. In this way, I prepared to eat the whole blueberry by graphing myself eating the blueberry.

13. I prepared to smile with the maximal arc possible around the left point of my mouth from from the middle of my top lip to the middle of my bottom lip. I did this by opening the door with the maximal arc possible. First, I gripped the door handle. Second, I started pulling the door open. Third, I stopped when the door had reached the maximal arc possible. In this way, I prepared to smile with the maximal arc possible by opening the door with the maximal arc possible.

14. I prepared to eat each dried apricot on the plate. I did this by sucking the strawberry sauce through the straw. First, I positioned the globule of strawberry sauce inside the bottom of the straw. Second, I sucked it up. Third, I sucked it out of the top of the straw. In this way, I prepared to eat each dried apricot on the plate by sucking the strawberry sauce through the straw.

15. The rider prepared to sit on the seat. She did this by sliding down the waterslide on a board. First, she sat on the board at the top of the waterslide. Second, she slid down the waterslide. Third, she got off the board at the bottom. In this way, she prepared to sit on the seat by sliding down the waterslide on a board.

16. The church goer prepared to stock up on treacle for the feast day. He did this by pushing the treacle onto his fork with his tongue. First, he fixed the fork with a clamp. Second, he placed the treacle on his mouth. Third, he pushed it onto the fork. In this way, he prepared to stock up on treacle for the feast day by pushing the treacle onto his fork with his tongue.

17. The lover pushed water through the hand pump. He did this by pumping the water out of the balloon. First, he filled the balloon with water. Second, he started pumping the water out of the balloon. Third, he continued to do this until he had finished pumping the water out of the balloon. In this way, he pushed water through the hand pump by pumping the water out of the balloon.

18. I prepared to eat the UFOs (instead, I prepared to eat a corn chip which I had identified). I did this by placing the chair in the middle of the cabin. First, I lifted up the chair. Second, I placed the chair in the middle. Third, I sat on it. In this way, I prepared to eat a corn chip which I had identified by placing the chair in the middle of the cabin.

19. I prepared to roll the corn chip. I did this by helping the child onto the road. First, I took the child's hand. Second, I walked onto the road with him. Third, I left him standing there. In this way, I prepared to roll the corn chip by helping the child onto the road.

20. I prepared to save what I could see until the end. I did this by helping the naturalist light the fire to help healthy children see. First, I picked up the magnifying glass. Second, I concentrated heat on a point of the wood. Third, I lit the fire with the magnifying glass. In this way, I prepared to save what I could see until the end by helping the naturalist light the fire.

21. I prepared to devise the philosophical system of algorithms. I did this by turning on enough light to write. First, I moved the light near enough me. Second, I moved the light close enough to the desk. Third, I turned the bulb on above my work. In this way, I prepared to devise the philosophical system of algorithms by turning on enough light to write.

22. I prepared to write on Nietzsche. I did this by writing enough words. First, I wrote down a clause. Second, I wrote down a synogrammar for it. Third, I repeated this for the rest of the text. In this way, I prepared to write on Nietzsche by writing enough words.

23. I prepared to cultivate the box lavender. I did this by packing enough rope to leave a trail behind me in the maze. First, I unravelled enough rope to walk to the first square. Second, I continued doing this as I walked through the maze. Third, I stopped unravelling rope when I finished the maze.

24. I prepared to go to sleep. I did this by eating the cream from the banana split as my reward for finishing the maze. First, I licked the cream from one end of the banana split. Second, I continued to lick the cream towards the other end of the banana split. Third, I finished licking the cream when I reached the other end of the banana split. In this way, I prepared to go to sleep by eating the cream from the banana split as my reward for finishing the maze.

25. I prepared to make the cream pie sandwich. I did this by making the mint with two parts going well together, i.e. (chocolate, (mint, chocolate)). First, I placed chocolate at the bottom. Second, I placed mint on the chocolate. Third, I placed chocolate on the mint. In this way, I prepared to make the cream pie sandwich by making the mint with two parts going well together.

26. The child prepared to push an object backwards towards herself, meaning that she wanted to push it forwards in her schedule. She did this by reminding her mother to feed her by pulling her mother's hand. First, she detected that she had no food in her stomach. Second, she became upset by her brother about it. Third, she pulled her mother's hand to ask for food. In this way, she prepared to push an object backwards towards herself by reminding her mother to feed her by pulling her mother's hand.

27. The student prepared to pull the blind on the east of his room up. He did this by starting work when the sun had just risen. First, he got out of bed. Second, he opened his folder on his desk. Third, he read the sentence "Do exercises 1.1-10" on the left hand sheet in the folder. In this way, he prepared to pull the blind on the east of his room up by starting work when the sun had just risen.

28. The lady practised applying the lipstick. She did this by pulling off the zinc cream's cap and applying it to her lips. First, she held the zinc cream's cap. Second, she pulled off the cap. Third, she applied it to her lips. In this way, she prepared to apply the lipstick. She practised applying the lipstick by pulling off the zinc cream's cap and applying it to her lips.

29. I prepared to be served at the counter. I did this by placing the docket in the bowl indicating I was about to be served. First, I pulled the docket from my pocket . Second, I placed the docket in the bowl. Third, I waited to be served. In this way, I prepared to be served at the counter by placing the docket in the bowl.

30. I planned for things from God. I did this by accepting a receipt to indicate that the transaction was complete. First, the product was itemised and printed on the left of the receipt. Second, the price and amount paid were printed on the right of the receipt. Third, I accepted the receipt. In this way, I planned for things from God by accepting a receipt to indicate that the transaction was complete.

31. I prepared to eat grain crackers with the cockatoo on my shoulder eating a seed bell attached to my earring. I did this by eating the apricot, giving me more spritz. First, I made an incision in the apricot. Second, I removed the pit. Third, I ate the apricot. In this way, I prepared to eat grain crackers with the cockatoo on my shoulder eating a seed bell attached to my earring by eating the apricot, giving me more spritz.

32. I prepared to cut the bananas down from the tree. I did this by eating the slice of peach, giving me happiness. First, I sliced the peach. Second, I stewed the peach. Third, I ate the slice of peach. In this way, I prepared to cut the bananas down from the tree by eating the slice of peach, giving me happiness.

Breathsoning Secondary Text 2

1. I prepared to slough the dead skin cells from my face. I did this by peeling the nectarine. First, I pinched part of it. Second, I peeled that part of the skin off the nectarine. Third, I continued doing this until I had finished peeling the nectarine. In this way, I prepared to slough the dead skin cells from my face by peeling the nectarine.

2. I prepared to test when the ibis quilt had faded. I did this by throwing away the faded tent. First, I picked it. Second, I walked to the bin. Third, I threw it into the bin. In this way, I prepared to test when the ibis quilt had faded by throwing away the faded tent.

3. I prepared to test whether I should cut my fingernail. I did this by measuring it. First, I placed the ruler with it's bottom edge aligned with the bottom edge of my fingernail. Second, I moved my eye upwards along the ruler. Third, I read the measurement on the ruler next to the top edge of my fingernail. In this way, I prepared to test whether I should cut my fingernail by measuring it.

4. I prepared to calculate the charge of the electron. I did this by removing the dead japonica flowers from the bush. First, I identified the dead yellow flower, not an alive white one. Second, I removed it from the bush. Third, I placed it in the basket. In this way, I prepared to calculate the charge of the electron by removing the dead japonica flowers from the bush.

5. I discovered electromagnetic radiation. I did this by looking at the sun with sunglasses. First, I walked outside. Second, I put on the sunglasses. Third, I looked at the sun. In this way, I discovered electromagnetic radiation by looking at the sun with sunglasses.

6. I discovered the cell nucleus. I did this by reading out the instructions on the desk. First, I read the first instruction. Second, I prepared to read the next instruction. Third, I repeated this until all of the instructions had been read. In this way, I discovered the cell nucleus by reading out the instructions on the desk.

7. I prepared to board the astronaut plane. I did this by clinging to the rail with gloves in space. First, I put on the left glove. Second, I put on the right glove. Third, I clung to the rail. In this way, I prepared to board the astronaut plane by clinging to the rail with gloves in space.

8. I prepared to free the orphans. I did this by opening the door handle in space. First, I gripped the door handle. Second, I twisted it. Third, I pulled the door open. In this way, I prepared to free the orphans by opening the door handle in space.

9. I prepared to land the plane. I did this by walking to where the sky met the grass. First, I started walking towards the point on the horizon. Second, I continued walking in a straight line. Third, I stopped when I reached the point. In this way, I prepared to land the plane by walking to where the sky met the grass.

10. I prepared to play with my dog. I did this by falling on the grass. First, I stood on the grass. Second, I relaxed my knees. Third, I fell onto the grass. In this way, I prepared to play with my dog by falling on the grass.

11. I prepared to give the baby a haircut. I did this by thinking of three sides of giving birth. First, I put water next to the hole. Second, I put some into the hole. Third, I pulled the baby out. In this way, I prepared to give the baby a haircut by thinking of three sides of giving birth.

12. I prepared to juice the lemon. I did this by by thinking of three sides of breastfeeding. First, the baby pulled his mother's breast out. Second, he positioned his mouth on her nipple. Third, he suckled her breast. In this way, I prepared to juice the lemon by thinking of three sides of breastfeeding.

13. I prepared to feed the crowd. I did this by signing the register. First, I walked to the register. Second, I turned the pages until I found the right page. Third, I signed the register. In this way, I prepared to feed the crowd by signing the register.

14. I prepared to decide which meaning the string conveyed. I did this by disambiguating the string's meanings. First, I tested whether the string "Aunt Green" referred to the colours yellow, blue and red or a lady. I read that it corresponded to a lady. Therefore, I chose a lady. In this way, I prepared to decide which meaning the string conveyed by disambiguating the string's meanings.

15. I prepared to cook the egg-shaped tofu. I did this by programming the computer to answer a question. First, the computer read the question. Second, the computer found the answer. Third, the computer printed the answer. In this way, I prepared to cook the egg-shaped tofu by programming the computer to answer a question.

16. I prepared the computer to help me read the novel. I did this by commanding the computer to read the text. First, it read the first word. Second, it prepared to read the next word. Third, it repeated this until it had read the text. In this way, I prepared the computer to help me read the novel by commanding the computer to read the text.

17. I prepared to listen to a lecture. I did this by commanding the computer to transcribe the lecture. First, the computer I listened to the word. Second, the computer wrote the word down. Third, the computer continued to do this until it had transcribed the lecture. In this way, I prepared to listen to a lecture by commanding the computer to transcribe the lecture.

18. I prepared to encode the text as "reasonings' details". I did this by writing the text as a recursive hierarchy of reasons. First, given the text "I sat on the chair", I wrote the step "I lowered myself a small amount onto the chair". Second, I wrote the step "I prepared to continue lowering myself onto the chair". Third, I wrote the step "I repeated this until I had completely sat down". In this way, I prepared to encode the text as "reasonings' details" by writing the text as a recursive hierarchy of reasons.

19. I prepared to write "detailed reasoning" for the main conclusion (a reason for agreeing or disagreeing with the writer in an essay). I did this by writing a hierarchy of five reasons for a conclusion. First, I wrote a reason for the chosen conclusion from the perspective of a department. Second, I wrote an inference from this reason to the chosen conclusion. Third, I repeated this until I had written five reasons and constructed an argument from them for the main conclusion. In this way, I prepared to write "detailed reasoning" for the main conclusion by writing a hierarchy of five reasons for a conclusion.

20. I prepared to write a "BOX". I did this by writing a binary opposition ("BO", or objection) to a reason, followed by a rebuttal ("X") to this objection. First, I wrote the reason "Sally drank from the drink carton". Second, I wrote the objection to this "She coughed because some of the liquid entered her windpipe". Third, I wrote the rebuttal to this "She prevented coughing when she drank from the drink carton again by not breathing at the same time as drinking". In this way, I prepared to write a "BOX" by writing a binary opposition ("BO", or objection) to a reason, followed by a rebuttal ("X") to this objection.

21. I prepared to consider the opinions of a group of people. I did this by testing the "senses of reasoning" of a conclusion, in other words I tested that it was correct and good. First, I wrote down the conclusion "I placed the paperweight on the paper". Second, I wrote the reason that the conclusion was correct "The paperweight held down the paper because it was heavy". Third, I wrote the reason the reason "The paperweight held down the paper because it was heavy" was good "The paperweight was heavy, therefore it was effective in preventing the paper blowing away". In this way, I prepared to consider the opinions of a group of people by testing the "senses of reasoning" of a conclusion, in other words I tested that it was correct and good.

22. I prepared eat the wafer. I did this by eating cheese from my sternum. First, I picked up the cheese. Second, I lifted it to my mouth. Third, I ate it. In this way, I prepared eat the wafer by eating cheese from my sternum.

23. I prepared to show that the cream was edible. I did this by infinitesimally desiccating the cream. First, I chopped it. Second, I cleavered it. Third, I rolled it. In this way, I prepared to show that the cream was edible by infinitesimally desiccating the cream.

24. I prepared to remove the liquid nitrogen from the flask. I did this by licking the pliable spoon clean. First, I bent it into my mouth. Second, I spooned it into my mouth. Third, I removed the spoon from my mouth. In this way, I prepared to remove the liquid nitrogen from the flask by licking the pliable spoon clean.

25. I prepared to test whether the sun was yellow. I did this by testing whether John's eyes were brown. First, I looked at his eye. Second, I looked at the colour of his eye. Third, I tested whether the colour of his eye was brown on a chart. In this way, I prepared to test whether the sun was yellow by testing whether John's eyes were brown.

26. I prepared to test whether the omnipotent child was divine. I did this by testing whether the cupboard opened in the middle. First, I opened the left cupboard door. Second, I opened the right cupboard door. Third, I measured that they both had the same width. In this way, I prepared to test whether the omnipotent child was divine by testing whether the cupboard opened in the middle.

27. I prepared to test whether the person was in the room. I did this by testing whether the Archduke was in the concrete bunker. First, I tested whether the person in the bunker was the Archduke. Second, I prepared to test whether the next person in the bunker was the Archduke. Third, I continued doing this until I found the Archduke in the bunker. In this way, I prepared to test whether the person was in the room by testing whether the Archduke was in the concrete bunker.

28. I prepared to test whether the people were in the street. I did this by taking the password from my pocket. First, I tested whether the first piece of paper had my password on it. Second, I tested whether the next piece of paper had my password on it. Third, I did this until I found the password in my pocket. In this way, I prepared to test whether the people were in the street by taking the password from my pocket.

29. I prepared to open the walnut. I did this by hitting it with the mallet with the right amount of force. First, I aimed at the walnut. Second, I moved it over the distance to the walnut in a short enough time. Third, I opened the walnut by hitting it. In this way, I prepared to open the walnut by hitting it with the mallet with the right amount of force.

30. I prepared to walk up the spiral staircase. I did this by finding the apples on the tree. First, I found the apple. Second, I prepared to find the next apple. Third, I repeated this until I had found all of the apples. In this way, I prepared to walk up the spiral staircase by finding the apples on the tree.

31. I prepared to write the repertoire for the concert. I did this by cleaning the tray that had upturned edges. First, I dabbed the damp cloth on the tray. Second, I wiped it towards the edge. Third, I stopped wiping the tray when the cloth had reached the edge of the tray. In this way, I prepared to write the repertoire for the concert by cleaning the tray that had upturned edges.

32. I prepared to do the laundry. I did this by pulling the jumper inside out to make it fresher. First, I pulled the left sleeve inside out. Second, I pulled the right sleeve inside out. Third, I pulled the bottom of the jumper inside out. In this way, I prepared to do the laundry by pulling the jumper inside out to make it fresher.


03/14/2013 11:55 PM
Lucian Green The Movie Screenplay

I clicked on a musical college friend's Facebook profile and clicked on one of his interests, "Spicks and Specks", connecting me with his very special musical friend who was also interested in the program. I had a vision of an angel's huge burning ring. I rang him to say hello. I felt he had given me the song Anarchy and my famousness, and I write down songs, movies from songs and, with inspiration from Philosophy, philosophy chapters on any topic I choose, based on his appearances.

Now I have had the song Anarchy played on Radio Gets Wild in the UK. I have been cast as an extra in a Hollywood movie shot in Melbourne. I have also published my philosophies, on Robot Mind (Computational English), Pedagogy (how to earn H1 using my algorithms, in other words sets of steps) and Meditation (how to survive famousness and jobs).

In the future, I would like to open my own religious schools (that is the reason for all my studies) and complete my Computational Philosophy.


03/13/2013 02:38 PM
Lucianic Meditation and Rig Veda Mandala 9

Instead of reciting or praying for the same effect as reciting the Rig Veda Mandala 9, in LM or CM (Christian Meditation), do the following method once to have LM or CM prevent the digestive system popping sensation from gas and the gas movement sensation and so have a calm digestive system from repeating the sutra, respectively. One should pray to have a calm digestive system overnight. There will be a Specific A, not to do the following, but for the purpose of nothing, written for this in LM.

This is done by first meditating on 80 lucian mantras and 80 green sutras that day, then the following, followed by putting through the A for the idea above by breasoning out (thinking of the following X, Y and Z dimensions in metres of the following objects): bottle (0.04, 0.04, 0.4), cork (0.01, 0.01, 0.04), [think of pop, liquid, gas], 2 x {button to indicate the following text is interesting (0.01, 0.01, 0.005), breasonings for text (0.01, 0.015, 0.0001), [text: I am interested in H1.]}, person (0.5, 0.3, 1.8), name badge (0.04, 0.002, 0.01), model plane (0.2, 0.2, 0.1), wing aileron (0.01, 0.005, 0.001), elevator touching tail (0.01, 0.005, 0.001), fin (0.001, 0.005, 0.01):

THIS METHOD:

Putting through an A for the idea above with a "negatable pressure cup appearance", in other words negatably but in a way that is protected by meditation, placing a medical question on oneself (thinking of a dental drill, the medical question and a conclusion).

NOT THIS METHOD (WHICH RESULTS IN LOWER QUALITY OF LIFE, BUT IF YOU HAVE DONE IT YOU CAN BE PROTECTED BY THE ABOVE INSTEAD):

Breason out an A. This is less negatable and is unnecessary.


03/13/2013 02:37 PM
Interpersonal skill: Lecturers are not "old"

Remember to vividly think that lecturers are not "old", but are young at heart. This will help your relationship with them.


03/11/2013 05:27 PM
Lucianic Meditation Pranayama

Breathe through each nostril for thirty seconds.


03/05/2013 09:04 PM
Rainbow in secondary texts

Write one reason from each of the following for a secondary text sentence.

Not the following:

Emeritus Professor

Professor

Assistant Professor

Lecturer

Tutor

But the following:

All Emeritus Professors


03/05/2013 09:03 PM
Uni (Theology-humanities-science)

As well as secondary text brainstorm, do synthesis

NB, not seen-as (top-comment text), not existing philosophers, Emeritus secondary texts commenting on own texts, but synthesis based directly on Nietzschean-style text.

Connections and arguments in synthesis essay should be connected with essay topic


02/28/2013 12:16 PM
Friday, 1 March, 2013

I believe in God, rather than me not believing in God.

I meditate from an effortless threshold.

Music Director tip: go through one idea that confused a professor visiting a church.

My hypothesis to survive jumping from an aerial balloon: bend over and hold one leg with both arms.

50 As per day in head of state and with-it meditation form, an Abracadabra sutra (with each of LM's, TM's and CM's mantras and sutras).

The 50 As bring high quality thoughts closer, so the exact high quality thoughts (e.g. sutras, area of study solutions, single-pointedness of being in high-quality thoughts heaven) will be received.

Primary texts with 5 br'ed reasons from other primary texts and secondary texts with 5 br'ed reasons from other secondary texts should be written. Both these have rebr'ed instances of the 5 reasons that are in the primary text or secondary text, respectively, themselves. Then instead of containing only a Nietzschean "bud", the texts will be either a primary "ring" or secondary "hanging garden". They will be miracles and the breasoned bud being treated developedly by the student, rather than not.

PAYG LM employers register to pay tax from employee wages and pay superannuation, after tax file declarations are filled in, after attending meditation and meditation teaching school.


02/23/2013 01:37 AM
Lucianic Schools

Students should invoke As for each assignment prepared by Lucian (not ready yet) by repeating "Lucian, Lucian", or have it done for them.


02/22/2013 06:49 PM
Correct Journal Article Format

The correct journal format uses the "top comment" (main conclusion for the paragraph described in) Synthesis and Breasdostonings, or in fact a number of these connected together in the way described in the same article, not the bicyclical cliques or circles described earlier.


02/15/2013 07:10 PM
The Power of Prayer

Pray ten times to find out each of the questions and answers on exams. Breason these out afterwards and write them down.

You can also pray to find out perfect philosophy sentences after breasoning out and connecting five secondary text quotes in a circle with five breasdostonings, then thinking of a relevant central link from the circle to your argument.

You can also pray to find out perfect pop song lyrics and melodies, etc. after finding out the lyrics, then the melody and rhythm for these lyrics from a cosmologist, then finding out a "Top 40" melody based on this melody from a local Top 40 pop radio station.


02/12/2013 04:38 AM
Prolog Music Composer for Chord...

The following two Prolog programs compose music by connecting notes with chord progressions based on the circle of fifths. See Chord Progressions based on Circle of Fifths v.2 for chords with these bottom notes.

1. Chorus and solo (based on I-IV-V-I):

/**

Counter=5

?- chorussoloprogression('F','G').

[[F, G], [F, A#, C, D, G]]

Yes

?- chorussoloprogression('E','G').

[[E, A, D, G]]

Yes

?- chorussoloprogression('G','C').

[[G, C]]

Yes

**/

chorussoloprogression(Name1, Name2) :-

note(Note1, Name1),

note(Note2, Name2),

chorussoloprogression1(Note1, Note2, 0, _, [Note1], Progression1), notestonames(Progression1,Progression2), writeln(Progression2).

chorussoloprogression1(_, _, _, Counter, b, Progression, Progression) :-

Counter = 8, !.

chorussoloprogression1(Note, Note, _, _Counter, a, Progression, Progression) :- !.

chorussoloprogression1(Note1, Note2, Counter1, Flag1, Progression1, Progression2) :-

Counter2 is Counter1 + 1,

step1(Note1, Note3),

append(Progression1, [Note3], Progression3),

chorussoloprogression2(Note3, Note2, Note1, Counter2, Flag2, Progression3, Progression4),

step2(Note1, Note4),

append(Progression1, [Note4], Progression5),

chorussoloprogression2(Note4, Note2, Note1, Counter2, Flag3, Progression5, Progression6),

flag1([[Flag2, Progression4], [Flag3, Progression6]], Flag1, Progression2).

chorussoloprogression2(_, _, _, Counter, b, Progression, Progression) :-

Counter = 8, !.

chorussoloprogression2(Note, _, Note, _, _, _, _) :- !.

chorussoloprogression2(Note, Note, _, _Counter, a, Progression, Progression) :- !.

chorussoloprogression2(Note1, Note2, Note3, Counter1, Flag1, Progression1, Progression2) :-

Counter2 is Counter1 + 1,

step1(Note1, Note4),

append(Progression1, [Note4], Progression3),

chorussoloprogression2(Note4, Note2, Note3, Counter2, Flag2, Progression3, Progression4),

step2(Note1, Note5),

append(Progression1, [Note5], Progression5),

chorussoloprogression2(Note5, Note2, Note3, Counter2, Flag3, Progression5, Progression6),

flag1([[Flag2, Progression4], [Flag3, Progression6]], Flag1, Progression2).

step1(Note1, Note2) :-

Value is Note1+2, Note2 is Value mod 12.

step2(Note1, Note2) :-

Value is Note1+5, Note2 is Value mod 12.

notestonames(Progression1, Progression2) :-

clean(Progression1, Progression2).

flag1(Items, Flag, Progression) :-

flag2(Items, Flag, [], Progression), !.

flag1([], b, []) :- !.

flag2([], a, Progression, Progression) :- !.

flag2([[a,Progression1]|Items], _, Progression2, Progression3) :-

append(Progression2, [Progression1], Progression4),

flag2(Items, _, Progression4, Progression3).

flag2([[b,_]|Items], _, Progression2, Progression3) :-

flag2(Items, _, Progression2, Progression3).

clean(Items1, Items2) :-

clean1(Items1,[],Items2).

clean1([],I,I).

clean1(Items,I1,F1) :-

allnumbers(Items,[],Names),append(I1,[Names],F1),!.

clean1([Item|Items],I1,F1) :-

clean1(Item, I1, F2),

clean1(Items, F2, F1).

allnumbers([],Names,Names).

allnumbers([Item|Items],Names1,Names2):-

number(Item),note(Item,Name),append(Names1,[Name],Names3),allnumbers(Items,Names3,Names2).

note(0,'C').

note(1,'C#').

note(2,'D').

note(3,'D#').

note(4,'E').

note(5,'F').

note(6,'F#').

note(7,'G').

note(8,'G#').

note(9,'A').

note(10,'A#').

note(11,'B').

2. Verse (based on I-ii-vii°-I)

/**

Counter=4

?- verseprogression('C','D').

[[C, D], [C, C#, D]]

Yes

?- verseprogression('C','C#').

[[C, D, E, C#], [C, D, B, C#], [C, A, B, C#], [C, C#]]

Yes

?- verseprogression('C','D').

[[C, D], [C, C#, D]]

Yes

?- verseprogression('C','D#').

[[C, D, D#], [C, A, F#, D#], [C, C#, D#], [C, C#, D, D#]]

Yes

**/

verseprogression(Name1, Name2) :-

note(Note1, Name1),

note(Note2, Name2),

verseprogression1(Note1, Note2, 0, _, [Note1], Progression1), notestonames(Progression1,Progression2),writeln(Progression2).

verseprogression1(_, _, Counter, b, Progression, Progression) :-

Counter = 4, !.

verseprogression1(Note, Note, _Counter, a, Progression, Progression) :- !.

verseprogression1(Note1, Note2, Counter1, Flag1, Progression1, Progression2) :-

Counter2 is Counter1 + 1,

step1(Note1, Note3),

append(Progression1, [Note3], Progression3),

verseprogression2(Note3, Note2, Note1, Counter2, Flag2, Progression3, Progression4),

step2(Note1, Note4),

append(Progression1, [Note4], Progression5),

verseprogression2(Note4, Note2, Note1, Counter2, Flag3, Progression5, Progression6),

step3(Note1, Note5),

append(Progression1, [Note5], Progression7),

verseprogression2(Note5, Note2, Note1, Counter2, Flag4, Progression7, Progression8),

flag1([[Flag2, Progression4], [Flag3, Progression6], [Flag4, Progression8]], Flag1, Progression2).

verseprogression2(_, _, _, Counter, b, Progression, Progression) :-

Counter = 4, !.

verseprogression2(Note, _, Note, _, _, _, _) :- !.

verseprogression2(Note, Note, _, _Counter, a, Progression, Progression) :- !.

verseprogression2(Note1, Note2, Note3, Counter1, Flag1, Progression1, Progression2) :-

Counter2 is Counter1 + 1,

step1(Note1, Note4),

append(Progression1, [Note4], Progression3),

verseprogression2(Note4, Note2, Note3, Counter2, Flag2, Progression3, Progression4),

step2(Note1, Note5),

append(Progression1, [Note5], Progression5),

verseprogression2(Note5, Note2, Note3, Counter2, Flag3, Progression5, Progression6),

step3(Note1, Note6),

append(Progression1, [Note6], Progression7),

verseprogression2(Note6, Note2, Note3, Counter2, Flag4, Progression7, Progression8),

flag1([[Flag2, Progression4], [Flag3, Progression6], [Flag4, Progression8]], Flag1, Progression2).

step1(Note1, Note2) :-

Value is Note1+2, Note2 is Value mod 12.

step2(Note1, Note2) :-

Value is Note1+9, Note2 is Value mod 12.

step3(Note1, Note2) :-

Value is Note1+1, Note2 is Value mod 12.

notestonames(Progression1, Progression2) :-

clean(Progression1, Progression2).

flag1(Items, Flag, Progression) :-

flag2(Items, Flag, [], Progression), !.

flag1([], b, []) :- !.

flag2([], a, Progression, Progression) :- !.

flag2([[a,Progression1]|Items], _, Progression2, Progression3) :-

append(Progression2, [Progression1], Progression4),

flag2(Items, _, Progression4, Progression3).

flag2([[b,_]|Items], _, Progression2, Progression3) :-

flag2(Items, _, Progression2, Progression3).

clean(Items1, Items2) :-

clean1(Items1,[],Items2).

clean1([],I,I).

clean1(Items,I1,F1) :-

allnumbers(Items,[],Names),append(I1,[Names],F1),!.

clean1([Item|Items],I1,F1) :-

clean1(Item, I1, F2),

clean1(Items, F2, F1).

allnumbers([],Names,Names).

allnumbers([Item|Items],Names1,Names2):-

number(Item),note(Item,Name),append(Names1,[Name],Names3),allnumbers(Items,Names3,Names2).

note(0,'C').

note(1,'C#').

note(2,'D').

note(3,'D#').

note(4,'E').

note(5,'F').

note(6,'F#').

note(7,'G').

note(8,'G#').

note(9,'A').

note(10,'A#').

note(11,'B').


02/07/2013 01:58 AM
Professor by writing Philosophy texts

One should write primary and secondary texts at Professor standard (first, by Honours-PhD, then) according to:

- Primary school brain development stages' effect on language ability

- simple steps quantifiable in br etc from Certificate I, Certificate II etc.

VET sector:

Breason out a possible answer to each question (instead of the question, a line in the secondary text) and first person's 10-br'ful comment on it (and all lines' links in essay are brstoned out and stored on a "system").

University:

- Brstone links bw secondary text lines

- 10 br for first student's of each essay comments

Use professors' secondary texts only

Glossary

Br - breason out (think of the X Y and Z dimension of an object)

Brstone - breasdostone out (think of an action's 3 sub-actions)


02/06/2013 02:18 AM
Sacred Sperm Canal

Sacred Sperm Canal

Unblessed sperm (with an A grade essay from e.g. the Anarchy Quiz) that pass through the penis (the Sacred Sperm Canal) may not successfully contribute to a healthy baby being born. Instead, it should be blessed for the baby to be born.

Sacred Birth Canal

The vagina (the Sacred Birth Canal) is incorrectly where a baby should have been blessed by to be successfully born. Instead, he or she should have been blessed before passing through the Sacred Sperm Canal as sperm.


02/06/2013 02:17 AM
Immunisation with God and God Laws

Immunisation with God

Infants should receive an equivalent of the Transcendental Meditation "puja" ceremony in the religion of their parents' choice, helping them to be trained in each of their careers and in well-knowness. A puja from one religion will protect those who meditate in another religion.

God Laws

Employees should audibly repeat a mantra from a religion of his or her choice at least once per minute for twenty (20) minutes before each shift, under management supervision. A meditation teacher should be on hand to train new meditators. Those who don't meditate should be cancelled.


02/06/2013 02:17 AM
How to Start Your Own Religion
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Public Domain

Meditation-Pedagogy-Training triangle

Meditation

- Meditation, daily repetition of the mantra (word) for an interval of time, leads to lower stress, increased mental potential and increased longevity. After completing the instructions in "50 As Per Second" Ceremony", use "Lucian" as a mantra.

- Daily meditation for 35 minutes contains (~35 minutes x ~5 mantras/minute x 50 breasonings/mantra =) 8700 breasonings, in other words (8700 breasonings / 80 breasonings/A =) ~108 As, greater than the 50 As per day, in other words, the maximum number of essays per day (the minimum for which the others will be done for one) that are necessary to protect you when you are not fully trained in a department for that day. (NB. Meditation is only necessary on one day during a non-famous job to protect one.) In other words, meditation provides "emergency" training for single days. It also provides protection for writers on writing days for mass publishing and broadcasters on recording days for mass broadcast, unfortunately with fatal consequences otherwise - if this has happened to you, you can quickly start a new religion, by:

o Optionally, study a University Meditation Theology subject so that you receive greater than 50 As and are professionally linked in to start your religion, have As done for you and are backed up when you don't complete As (have them done for you).

o Note: if you want to do the following with your own religious texts, learn how to write texts of a high enough quality by referring to Lucian's Pedagogy and Lucianic Meditation, in particular by using the God Algorithm to think of objects in a high quality enough way.

o Make yourself God by either breasoning 50 As out (e.g. the Anarchy Quiz) or pretending to set up "50 recorders" to record a single A you will breason out using the Anarchy Quiz, as above. Then link yourself in as God.

o You need to make yourself a Monk or Nun (someone people can recognise as God) by performing the "50 As per second" Ceremony* (50 As per second really means 50 breasonings per second, a "technology of neo-Hinduism", allows you to imagine that 50 groups of 5 breasonings, in other words a group of X, Y and Z dimensions of an object thought of using the God Algorithm, in a few seconds, meaning one is protected on recording and untrained days, as described above). Then link yourself in* as a Monk or Nun. Please note: usually in a religion, Monks or Nuns take a year of discernment to see if the monastic life, usually consisting of fidelity (some Monks and Nuns are actually "Oblates", meaning they can work outside the Abbey, and can be married) or celibacy, and to get used to the religious texts. Monks usually breason out 1-2 As per day, e.g. see "Abracadabra". You should invite others to become Monks/Nuns, and give them the training (50 As per second) and link them in, especially when you have more followers, for example, 5000, you need greater than 5% of 5000 = 250 Monks or Nuns. They can function as priests, but need theology training in your religion, which consists of at least 15 As, and need teaching qualifications to teach others - by being Monks or Nuns it means students can meditate directly on them.

o Meditate on your name, perhaps your first name as a mantra and your surname as the sutra. Starting with yoga, (before morning and evening meditation) use the mantra for 20 minutes in the morning and evening and the sutra for 40 minutes in the evening, concluding with praying for no digestive system pops from practising the sutra.

o You may need 5000 people to qualify for funding as a religion in Australia. I recommend the 5% for the number of Monks and Nuns. NB: You need to distribute written instructions about the meditation technique and contact details for local centres, including an invitation to set up a new centre!

o If you don't want to meditate on your own religion, you can meditate on Transcendental Meditation (mantra: *, sutra: * and text for praying for no digestive system pops from practising the sutra: book *) or Buddhist meditation (check your local directory for contact details of a centre).

- The last point about "training" in meditation refers to "A", which one can learn about the way to earn on my site, "Lucian's Pedagogy".

Pedagogy

- Based on Lucian's Pedagogy, a site that I wrote about computational algorithms to mark essays, and one of the few sites that shows insight into the University marking system

- By making 15 As (written using Lucian's Pedagogy) assessable, you can help start your own religion. These can be assessed also using the Lucian's Pedagogy website. These should be on broad topics that seem relevant and memorable about your religion. In addition to accreditation and course accreditation, costs and campus fees (which may be covered by philanthropists, etc.) , etc, University courses require "done-up" Marketing As for each subject and TAFE courses require one "done-up" Marketing As for each qualification. Please note: each assignment in the qualification needs a separately written A.

- One can teach meditation, i.e. using the "Start Your Own Religion" theme in this document, or teach relaxation through yoga or another religion. Meditation offers life, solutions to life's problems and protection enough to enjoy Heaven on earth and forever!

Training

- Training, the required qualification for a job, leads to protection when doing one's job and protection of one's health during one's life.

- You can train to meditate, which is a good idea, even though meditation protects those who aren't trained in it who use it when they aren't trained.

- You can train in Education, which protects you when you "put through" a Pedagogy A.


02/05/2013 04:09 PM
Monastic Substitution Prayer

When there are no monastics to help "power" meditation of a religion by breasoning out

(http://lucianspedagogy.blogspot.com/p/writing-sentences-by-making.html) 50 Ags (As said by monks) to be fed to meditators per day, a prayer should be said for each meditator for alternative sources of breasoned As to be said as Ags for the meditators (once a 50 is done for one meditator, it will be "found out" for each of the others that day).


02/03/2013 06:45 PM
Miracle: Have the Quality of Life you would...

Have the Quality of Life you would like by having up to 50 Famous Areas of Study (referred to as Big Ideas as a joke) done for you, rather than by you when you complete an education institution A as part of an assignment. This is done by first meditating on 80 lucian mantras and 80 green sutras that day, then the following, followed by putting through the A for the idea above by breasoning out (thinking of the following X, Y and Z dimensions in metres of the following objects): bottle (0.04, 0.04, 0.4), cork (0.01, 0.01, 0.04), [think of pop, liquid, gas], 2 x {button to indicate the following text is interesting (0.01, 0.01, 0.005), breasonings for text (0.01, 0.015, 0.0001), [text: I am interested in H1.]}, person (0.5, 0.3, 1.8), name badge (0.04, 0.002, 0.01), model plane (0.2, 0.2, 0.1), wing aileron (0.01, 0.005, 0.001), elevator touching tail (0.01, 0.005, 0.001), fin (0.001, 0.005, 0.01):

THIS METHOD:

Putting through an A for the idea above with a "negatable pressure cup appearance", in other words negatably but in a way that is protected by meditation, placing a medical question on oneself (thinking of a dental drill, the medical question and a conclusion).

NOT THIS METHOD (WHICH RESULTS IN LOWER QUALITY OF LIFE, BUT IF YOU HAVE DONE IT YOU CAN BE PROTECTED BY THE ABOVE INSTEAD):

Breason out an A. This is less negatable and is unnecessary.


01/30/2013 05:40 AM
Chemistry, Biology pracs

Br, brstone out lab reports for 100%

Also do with essays and humanities essays (br 85 reason mindmap and br, brstone assignment).

Essays (Science, Humanities)

Sacrifice instead of x x see Pedagogy below (-big ideas/famous areas of study

- secondary texts

o own 5 written)

o research, connect 5 sources together for essay

Science non-essays

Sacrifice instead of x x see Pedagogy below (primary text breasoning list only)

Dot on each sentence of a secondary text to have others write more of them.

20 connections in an essay on an area of study, either:

- detailed reasoning (5 levels of reasons for each of 5 reasons in an essay), or

- breasdostoning (3 parts of an action for each of 5 reasons in an essay)

Pedagogy

- primary text with 110 breasonings, essay bred, brstoned out.

Big Ideas/Famous Areas of Study can be put through with original As, NOT business As, otherwise you WON'T earn A.

King

- chooses topics of famous secondary literary books from a lecturer's list

Give A (10 br) to top academic's child's idea for all your areas of study.


01/25/2013 04:33 AM
Independent School

Dot on 5 As in a high quality way (5 As with 10 developed things each with an A, individually breasoned out) to earn a job as a teacher in an independent secondary school.


01/25/2013 03:21 AM
Fame

For each Nietzschean A (for a song, philosophy, program or movie), each of the 15-20 high quality objects found out (to connect with future famousness) need a business A (recording of the Anarchy Quiz) to make it work.


01/23/2013 11:28 PM
Honours-PhD

Honours - journal articles (link positive versions of ideas in bicyclical pentaclique, see Study tricks summary) and big ideas

Masters - dot on others' As

PhD - Monastic As (Ags, A grade assignments) to help others


01/22/2013 11:35 PM
New computer science of philosophy theories

- computer language (that is the simplest combination of) Prolog and graphics including ontologies to control robots, 2 parts going well together for graphics - mind simulation, "love is..." - psychology algorithms, e.g. decision "lemma", synoreason finder to find most important idea - machine language for prolog, e.g. optimization of machine language - Education algorirthm systems, linked systems - robots for children - identify hardware changes in brain, e.g. when can aurally split up words - single connection point with history - connect with combination of 5 endpoints of cutting edge research on less general subject than topic that you are studying e.g. philosophy of language studied to write on computational english topic - high-level - own secondary texts with 5 As worth of material to write on own topic, with - content- each paragraph should be the combination of 5 ideas from previously published secondary texts.- connections between robots, draw their algorithms from Plato

FAQ- combine ideas from published secondary texts before writing own Nietzschean-style secondary text idea- connect the aforementioned combination to an objection to one's own secondary text idea


01/19/2013 02:07 AM
Chord Progressions based on Circle of...
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To left: Chorus and Solo I-IV-V-I

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Verse chord progressions I-ii-vii°-I


01/09/2013 08:04 PM
Amendment to Summary

Essay marks

INSTEAD OF THE FOLLOWING:

80% - 85 breasonings

90% - 80% of 85 breasonings covered by synthesis = 68 breasonings, 68-1 connections (breasdostonings) in 68 breasoning argument = 67 connections (breasdostonings), 85 + 67 + 5 paragraph arguments (link: Q5) = 157 breasonings

100% - 2 * 67 interconnections (breasdostonings) between the breasonings and connections (breasdostonings) = 134 interconnections (breasdostonings), 157 + 134 = 271 breasonings

Glossary

Synthesis - a.k.a. critique, 5 paragraphs, each with quotes connected and interconnected by breasdostonings (see Synthesis and Breasdostoning), each of which is summarised by a single breasoning (see Breasoning).

Example

Upasana (meditation)- argument: detailed dreasonings (acting out function of objects)

Primary Text

1. I ate the chocolate periwinkle from the plastic shell (representing a map legend).

Secondary Text

From Primary Text 1.

1. I found the table on the map legend.

2. An inhabitant from a country placed money in a safe (box) to give to his friend. (A richer country gave money to a poorer country by sending money across a border indicated by a map legend.)

Synthesis

From Secondary Text 1-2.

1. I placed the model table in the box. (This is an artificial intelligence setting.)

100% Synthesis

From Secondary Text 1, Synthesis 1.

1. I placed the setting on the table. (I placed the glass on the table.)

From Secondary Text 2, Synthesis 1.

2. I placed the box in the setting. (I sat on the box seat.)

THE FOLLOWING IS TRUE, PARTICULARLY IN NON-HUMANITIES:

80% - 85 breasonings

90% - 99 breasonings

100% - 110 breasonings


01/08/2013 01:53 AM
Summary

As well as having completed the primary text brainstorm and breasoned out the assignment, and including the requirements of lower marks, earn the following marks by:

80% - find out how many big ideas - as a joke (famous areas of study) have been indicated by the lecturer, decide how many to create, each creating a production or a song, before breasoning out that number of assignments, pretending to say "It's you" to the lecturer if you can't complete the rest. It is sometimes not necessary to know about the big idea/famous area of study to earn 80+%, which you can earn by breasoning out the assignment.

90%- Synthesis of own area of study - own secondary text brainstorm and synthesis of 80% of these brainstorm items completed.

100% - Area of study about this synthesis - two uses to time to finish (breasonings details) applied to all parts of the synthesis.

Dot on (outer) space for undeveloped lecturers to cover 90+% requirements, because space can be in all assignments with high marks x. This might not work, so think of own secondary text brainstorm and synthesis of 80% of these brainstorm items for all assignments instead because developed and undeveloped lecturers' subjects (i.e. in writing each of their own secondary text brainstorm and synthesis of 80% of these brainstorm items) are mixed together from first year to PhD level.

Dot on 10 high quality breasonings during and from the first lecture to have As completed for you by the lecturer. Also, breason out your best attempt at an A also with two uses to time to finish (breasonings details).

Table: Marks allocated for completed sections.

-

Mark

Big Idea (Sometimes Necessary), 85 Breasonings Per Argument

80%

Synthesis of Own Area of Study

90%

Breasonings Details Applied to Own Area of Study

100%


01/07/2013 02:50 AM
Synthesis and Breasdostonings

The synthesis of your own area of study needed for 90% and above in Honours and above needs:

Glossary:

Breasdonings - examples of an idea.

Breasdostonings - general groups of actions with 3 breasonings or actions (from money - why it is useful, body - how to manipulate the object using the body and computers, and computers - how the object works, represented by stones) proving that the group is a good argument by exploring all the important parts.

Breasoning - a sentence describing an action in which the object's part's X, Y and Z dimensions have been thought of, to differentiate that object from other objects.

Paragraph part structure

Quote 1 - in essay

Breasdostoning 1 - connecting Quote 1 and Quote 2, not in essay

Quote 2 as comment 1- in essay

Simple connection between comment 1 and comment 2 (in the next part of the paragraph).

The paragraph parts, connected by connections should be in a hierarchy to earn the marks for paragraph structure.

Main arguments for paragraphs should connect to the top comment in the hierarchy, and be from departments directly thought of from the comment.

Optionally, include only the breasdoning (instead of the quote) and breasdostoning when writing an original argument. To do this, increase each breasdostoning with 2 uses, future and 2 types. link

For an example of this:

RESULT: H2A

136-103 The Good Life and Science

Week 3

A scientist's cognitive and moral responsibilities are shown by the history of the space industry, which aims to test life in microgravity and prepare for colonies and space-tourism.

The space industry required a number of technologies, problems with which could cause a nightmare in space, so should be prevented in the following ways.

In order to develop rocketry to leave the atmosphere slaves died during production of the rockets, and there were deaths from rockets coming down in populated areas. Paid labour could have been used, and launches could have been made well out of populated zones.

Because the lack of fresh food and physiological effects someone should not volunteer for extended space flight given. To prevent this, astronauts should take counter-measures, e.g. take supplements in case food supplies lost their nutritional value.

Space toilets may cause problems if managed badly. There may be problem with disposal of space sewage, and deadly hygiene problems if one ran out of plastic bags for urine. To prevent this, emergency bags for urine should be taken on missions.

There may be problems with landing if tiles came off from badly planned launches (foam hitting the spacecraft) causing burn-up during re-entry to the atmosphere. To prevent this, the tiles should be fixed on well, and the foam should be prevented from touching the craft during launch by stacking it in an orderly way.

Because of limited oxygen due to an emergency someone should sacrifice himself or herself, however enough air should be provided for mission and emergency time.

Word count: 256


01/02/2013 05:16 PM
To earn 90% and 100%

90%: You should write a synthesis (essay) on your own area of study.

100%: You should breason out (think of the X, Y and Z dimensions of objects in sentences in) this essay.


12/30/2012 08:12 AM
Configure a developed subject

To have a subject's secondary texts completed, and 70% instead of 50% achievable, say "I love the critical thinking lecturer, I love breasoning it out and I love you" on the first day of the subject, pretending to be the subject lecturer. Also, relate your essay to the space industry for this mark increase.


12/30/2012 05:51 AM
Aim in Philosophy writing on Pedagogy

20 topics (2 uses, future, 2 types, x, y, z, touching, human judgment of nouns, human judgment of verb, room, part of room, direction, time to prepare, time to do, time to finish, God algorithm, professor algorithm, essay format, marking scheme, Anarchy Quiz) * 16 As ~ 300 As for secondary texts and lecturer done for each topic

~60 topics (as above,

  1. Lucian mantra - safety
  2. Green sutra - reasons one is interested in things
  3. Use
  4. Purusha
  5. Teacher
  6. Doctor
  7. Maharishi
  8. Raj
  9. Upasana

10. Appearances

11. moving appearances

12. productions

13. next conclusion

14. blue - nature

15. yellow - God

16. 50 breasonings per second

17. heart

18. brain

19. rest of body

20. protection

21. pranayama

22. High Quality Appearance of Lucianic Meditation

23. Lifespan blessing

24. Job role's training

25. I like the world correcting things even if they haven't been anyway still 23 (with a stone holding down the three)

26. Friends' medical questions' answers given said by the meditator.

27. There will be no tears.

28. Artist

29. Scientist

30. Builder

31. Plumber

32. Sufism (adds softness to meditation).

33. Heads of state do everything in meditation for you.

34. Conclusion: Reason and inference to conclusion should be thought of, like in critical thinking.

35. Conclusions A- at first* - done up, character, dot on, amplification, direction of eyes to you, speech to them, breason out conc (do) (harmless version of it) as if to you, dot on with A, br out text

36. Hindu tasks specified, after being found out from schools - receive A for it being done

37. Cosmology

38. University

39. when one falls asleep in meditation, the rest of the mantras (and sutras if necessary) are indicated on a system

40. High quality thoughts high quality thought (including nephews and nieces).

) * 50 As


12/30/2012 05:41 AM
Study tricks summary

Repeat Upasana x 800 if not done in a chain of meditation days linked to today (and green, Purusha, Use, Teacher, Maharishi, Doctor each x 800 before Upasana if they are not done in a chain of meditation days linked to today).

Breason out this whole document and the following 8 breasonings details each semester as an exercise. Pretend to breason out the breasonings details to God.

See http://lucianspedagogy.blogspot.com.au/p/writing-sentences-by-making.html

1. Details - As an exercise, think of two uses, a future use and two types for each object.

2. Breasoning - Think of the x, y, z dimensions and colour of each object.

3. Rebreasoning - Think of the fact that the person and the object in a sentence are connected by a verb (an action) that means they touch.

4. Breathsoning - Think of a reason that the object is good.

5. Rebreathsoning - Think of a reason that the verb (action) is done well.

6. Space - Think of spatial characteristics of the person in relation to the object.

7. Time - Think of temporal characteristics of the person in relation to the object.

8. Professor Algorithm - Use your ability to hone breasonings for H1s.

- white lifting off blue square highest-achieving lecturer gives me.

- blue not orange

- square not circle

The Anarchy Quiz (http://lucianspedagogy.blogspot.com.au/p/anarchy-quiz.html) should be breasoned out with a button representing that it is "on" to be used in meditation training.

* * *

First, complete a single

H1 (Anarchy Quiz)

.

This is followed by dotting on an H1 as follows:

Dotting on process

- The first step in "dotting" anything on requires thinking of a professor thinking of a pathway for a breasoning (an action on an object) in relation to that object, where a certain number of breasonings form part of an A-grade argument, by moving a cotton swab along a pathway from inside a clean, dry test tube.

- Pretend the cotton part of the test tube system is the counter.

- Breason out the counter (visualise it as being measured by the dimensions 0.01 m, 0.01 m, 0.005 m).

- As part of visualising the breasoning, pretend to remove the blue dots from the ground below the counter to make sure the counter is "pure" by "asking" that the dots should to be removed, then checking that this is done.

- This removal of impurities can also be done while pretending to untouch a foam blue strip from another strip, meaning the dots are "lifted" away.

- Take the counter "off" it's "on" status by repeating the untouching step, this time to "unmagnetise" the counter and remove it from view.

"Play" a set of Anarchy Quiz answers (A) by "dotting a set on" (as above).

* * *

Emergency retraining in meditation after a break (NB can be omitted, because is indirectly active since initial training) (http://lucianicmeditation.blogspot.com.au/2012/11/lucianic-meditation-sutra-free-online.html). Do the 50 breasonings per second training as part of meditation training.

Dot on 10 high quality breasonings during and from the first lecture to have As done for you by the lecturer. Also, breason out your best attempt at an A also with e.g. breathsonings.

Breason out (think of the X, Y and Z dimensions) of 5 As (instances of the Anarchy Quiz, or a specific A if you have time to write one) for each philosophy chapter, song, a scene in a production (in a main role) for famousness with students (by doing this the rest of the famous students will have As breasoned out for them). Dot on the As to dot on the students, ideally dotting on each breasoning, and in As on different topics.

Choose developed subjects (ones you have "found out" the secondary texts are done for you in) taught by friendly lecturers the current academic head of the family recommends.

Produce a pop song on philosophy each semester

Keep a meditation and medication diary

Timetable tasks (talk to lecturer about prelabs) for week

Apply for special consideration

See Learning Skills Unit person for each assignment

(See http://luciansphilosophy.blogspot.com.au for examples of Nietzschean-style texts - from Breathsoning onwards).

100%

For normal students:

-

Own primary text

Assessable assignment (requires 6 secondary texts directly relating to the assignment's primary text)

Brainstorm

X

-

Essay

-

X

If you "find out" secondary texts don't relate directly to the main text, you will need to do the following instead (if you don't have a working primary text-secondary text link, you could earn 50% instead of 70+%).

For student philosophers who would like to write essays ready for publication:

-

Own primary text

Own secondary text (relating directly to own primary text)

Assessable assignment (requires 6 secondary texts directly relating to the assignment's primary text)

Brainstorm

X

X

-

Essay

-

X

X

Do Nietzschean brainstorm (do A to broach brainstorms like this) with 220 breasonings each week, with 100 for the student and 100 for the lecturer, and 20 extra. The student brainstorm acts as the primary text the lecturer brainstorm acts as the secondary text.

Do an essay (a synthesis connecting all the points from the brainstorm together) on the brainstorm when the assignment doesn't require one, with a hierarchical structure of reasons from the largest object to the smallest object.

In the essay, the quote and comment should be related mentally to the essay topic and each other.

The brainstorm and essay should be done weekly, not bi-semesterly, and mean all assignments that week should be in the running to earn H1.

Repeat the brainstorm and essay stages for a secondary text related to the primary text.

The secondary text brainstorms should be real areas of study (at the minimum, a pentagonal clique of uses that can be restructured, like Nietzsche's - one with five connected reasons for each primary text paragraph, where each reason is one of the colours ROYGB - red, orange, yellow, green or blue).

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Write five arbitrary connected reasons about the primary text.

It is important to write secondary texts in undeveloped subjects, where they are not written (refer directly to the primary text).

Breason out (think of the x, y and z dimensions of objects in sentences in) brainstorm, essay and assignment.

- Paraphrase quotes and comments and find out quotes, comments, connections and arguments.

- Don't write unnecessary "algorithms" in connections or arguments.

- Include a small original part as a comment.

- Agree, don't disagree for 80% and above, and in addition read 90 texts for 90% and above.

After lecturer dies: find out object for argument to be thought into, and colour of each reason from the king or queen.

Help my students with applying for jobs by indicating (appearance of) 15 billion As (in multiples of 10) using He Man (http://lucianspedagogy.blogspot.com.au/2012/11/the-lecturer-must-give-you-h1-as-well.html), then indicating 50A s per job applicant to the monarch.

- Also: babies

- Grades, so University stays afloat with 50% grade average

- 25% have As from Academic Skills Unit in what lecturer says about essay.

Others should be protected when they are not meditating on correct techniques.

Education degree pointers: lecturer's comments, lecturer's review (about your grade, other of your grades, others' grades) and interclass (from outside class, breason out student's appearance) comments, 90 texts covered: fill in with tick.

Breason out an A from the song White Christmas (the highest selling single of all-time) for each assignment. Find out its arguments for your essay.

Become an independent school philosophy teacher to become proficient in earning A.

To do list

- Monash pool

- Pilates

- Careers counsellor, mindfulness, meditation, SMART

- Disability Liaison Unit head

- 50 Breasonings per Second and each Breasoning List movies

- Make real movie(s) if possible

- Education teacher aide job, with volunteer job first

- partner

- As for songs and their movies

- Ways of thinking: write essays synthesising ideas, follow Education to become a philosopher by teaching

- Vocational Education and Training requires an A for each student.

- Guitar lessons

- Enrol in up to PhD in institution then do e.g. Masters at institution with high standards, i.e. Oxford Philosophy and Hindu theology

- Brainstorm and write essay on ways of thinking

- doorknock for Lucianic Meditation at right hours with security guard

- hold a meditation group

* * *

To earn A, write:

primary text

190 breasonings (see: http://lucianspedagogy.blogspot.com.au/p/writing-sentences-by-making.html)

secondary texts

6 secondary texts * 110 breasonings (NB the primary texts should be worked on in the holidays and one secondary text should be worked on one per week during semester).

= 660 breasonings

660 breasonings in secondary texts / 5 colours (secondary texts / primary texts) (red, orange, yellow, green, blue, each of which represent uses in a pentagonal clique about the first primary text breasoning and the next primary text breasoning, etc.)

= 132 breasonings in primary text

132 breasonings / 6 secondary texts

= 22 breasonings

22 breasonings / (6 breasonings/paragraph)

= 3.66 paragraphs in primary text (NB the primary text does not constitute the exposition, the sixth secondary text does, because secondary texts contain the relevant details that should be contained in the essay).

* * *

110 breasonings / (6 breasonings/paragraph)

= 18.33 paragraphs in secondary text per essay critique

= 18.33 paragraphs in secondary text / 3.66 paragraphs in primary text

= 5 colours (secondary texts / primary texts)

The 3-4 breasonings for each of the 5 paragraphs should be structured in an argumentary structure, so secondary text breasonings from 3 colours about a primary breasoning(s) are joined and related to the essay topic.

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Weekly secondary text form (used twice weekly) for making primary texts synthesisable.


12/24/2012 04:58 PM
How to reinstate the Professor Algorithm...

Include Club and Spade cards, so that:

Find out a magic number (always 2) from professors about cosmology

Click on them, to get side recordings working

Get 5 As for them for blue things to start working.


12/12/2012 12:02 AM
1 Pop Song Produced per Semester

Produce 1 pop song per semester to "tone up" breasonings.


12/11/2012 10:28 PM
Paragraph structure: paraphrase quotes and...

The following lesson needs students to paraphrase quotes (Q1) and comments (Q1) and find out connections (Q3) and arguments (Q5) from lecturers in essays.

Philosophy of Pedagogy 15-minute lesson

This is an essay-writing and argument mapping activity for year-4 primary school students. It is in critical, creative and caring thinking skills, which are from the Philosophy for Children (or P4C) program.

Today we will read my philosophical play, Autoluna and write a short essay about it. Autoluna was formerly called Autocalypse and was about the 2011 Japanese tsunami, but was rewritten as a philosophically themed play. This scene is about the theme of stability (making sure both of two angles on an idea, or the idea and its reason are explored). This is given by the example of a family finding a dog before going on holiday, e.g. where both states of an idea are checked to find the dog. Note: both the Japanese tsunami and finding the dog should be bracketed, but the play lines should be examined in themselves.

I will read excerpts of the play, followed by questions helping you to write the essay.

EMILY: I am knocking on Gady's door. (This is about a room.)

1a. Give a reason (agreement-type-aphor or α-aphor) for or an objection (disagreement-type-aphor or b-aphor) against this. (1) e.g. The searcher should draw a map of part of the house.

EMILY: I am looking for my dog. (This is about an object.)

1b. Give an α-aphor for or a b-aphor against this. (2) e.g. The searcher should use the torch to explore.

EMILY: Is he at your house? (This is about the universe, meaning the house.)

1c. Give an α-aphor for or a b-aphor against this. (3) e.g. The searcher should check for the dog in the front garden.

2a-c. Organise α-aphors or b-aphors 1-3 into an argument map consisting of a conclusion aphor (CA) with two α-aphors or b-aphors (A1, A2) as reasons. e.g. the searcher should check for the dog in the front garden (3 as CA) because the searcher should draw a map of part of the house. (1 as A1) and the searcher should use the torch to explore (2 as A2).

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Structure of reasons in an argument.

3a-b. Write co-premises (inferences) between CA and A1, and CA and A2. (Note, if connecting objections, think of solutions to these to connect with inferences.) E.g. CA and A1: the searcher should check for the dog in the front garden by drawing a map of part of it. CA and A2: the searcher should check in the front garden by using the torch.

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Structure of reasons in an argument, with co-premises between reasons.


4. Write a thesis statement agreeing or disagreeing with the theme of the scene. E.g. I will argue for the theme of stability in Green's Autoluna.

5. Relate your conclusion (CA) to the philosophical theme of the scene, stability. E.g. The theme of stability is correct because of the rollcallisation of nature, which is correct because of checking in the front garden to find a lost dog.


12/11/2012 10:20 PM
Get in Touch with God about Breasonings...

Before doing the following, dot it on twice (once for you and once for God).

Realise that as soon as this is done, the God/Maharishi character is helped enough, not too much, which dots it on for him in a high quality way.

Explain the Pedagogical ways of thinking or Breasonings Details to God by breasoning out each Breasonings Detail, before breasoning out an H1 during an unbroken sequence of days during which meditation to that God is performed on each day. If there is a break in the meditation days, the Breasonings Details need to be re-explained to God.

Repeat the sutra "Upasana" for 40 minutes per day for one month after paying to unify high quality imagery with your sense of sight and learn the mantra and sutra. NB. If you have already done this, omit this step. Repeat the mantra "Lucian" and sutra "Green" each for twenty minutes twice per day on other days.


12/04/2012 02:47 AM
Rigour

In addition to needing an essay within your essay submission package written in the

Pedagogy

format, the essay should be rigourous. To write a rigourous essay, connect the arguments from those containing the largest object to the next largest together in an argumentary chain, or with two arguments at the same level in a hierarchy, where these two arguments contain two equal objects, until the paragraph is finished.


12/03/2012 02:26 AM
Breason out essays

Breason out essays

in conjunction with writing essays in the

Pedagogy format

when you "find out" the lecturer hasn't breasoned out his or her essay to give you (in a seen-as way) when you hand in yours.


12/03/2012 02:25 AM
Pedagogy

You need to prepare a separate essay from the one you hand in in the

Pedagogy format

to earn H1, when you "find out" the lecturer hasn't prepared one if you are in a humanities or non-humanities subject and are not asked to complete one as part of the assignment.


11/29/2012 09:33 AM
Majors and Subjects

Where University subjects allow you to earn a job during them, majors allow you to earn jobs after them.


11/29/2012 12:43 AM
The lecturer must give you an H1 as well...

The lecturer must give you an originally breasoned out H1 (or A) as well as you completing one for you to earn H1, so that the University is professional. If the lecturer doesn't complete one for one reason or another when you have completed one, perhaps because he or she:

1. knows you know about pedagogy or meditation, and expects you to do one for him or her him or herself.

2. in addition to 1, expects you to complete the two H1s as famous area of study (or as a joke, a big idea) H1s (the famousness result that could result in a different moral result without meditation) for the purpose of the University contributing to a famous pop song, movie, etc. in the immediate future.

If you are a lecturer, you should "configure" the semester so that H1s are done for you. Pretend to be the lead actor in the movie, He Man, with the most number of H1s associated with the lead actor currently known. You will dot on (in appearance only) 15,000,000,000 H1s, to encourage the "powers that be" to help you complete the necessary H1s during your career. Pop song writers may dot on the 15 billion H1s for each song, to help with sales for that song. First, complete a single H1 (Anarchy Quiz).

This is followed by activating the system by dotting on an H1 as follows:

Dotting on process

- The first step in "dotting" anything on requires thinking of a professor thinking of a pathway for a breasoning (an action on an object) in relation to that object, where a certain number of breasonings form part of an A-grade argument, by moving a cotton swab along a pathway from inside a clean, dry test tube.

- Pretend the cotton part of the test tube system is the counter.

- Breason out the counter (visualise it as being measured by the dimensions 0.01 m, 0.01 m, 0.005 m).

- As part of visualising the breasoning, pretend to remove the blue dots from the ground below the counter to make sure the counter is "pure" by "asking" that the dots should to be removed, then checking that this is done.

- This removal of impurities can also be done while pretending to untouch a foam blue strip from another strip, meaning the dots are "lifted" away.

- Take the counter "off" it's "on" status by repeating the untouching step, this time to "unmagnetise" the counter and remove it from view.

"Play" a set of Anarchy Quiz answers (A) by "dotting a set on" (as above).

15 billion As

*Note: when this course mentions greater than 50 As, it means in appearance only, not the number you should represent to yourself each day.

Become a helped lecturer person at the cost of 15,000,000,000 As.

"Play" a set of Anarchy Quiz answers (As) by "dotting a set on" (as above).

Dot on the first 10 of the 15,000,000,000 As.

Then, dot on 10 sets of these first 10 (just 10 dottings on, as above), to dot on 100 As.

Then, dot on 10 sets of these first 100 (just 10 dottings on, as above), to dot on 1000 As.

Then, dot on 10 sets of these first 1000 (just 10 dottings on, as above), to dot on 10,000 As.

Then, dot on 10 sets of these first 10,000 (just 10 dottings on, as above), to dot on 100,000 As.

Then, dot on 10 sets of these first 100,000 (just 10 dottings on, as above), to dot on 1,000,000 As.

Then, dot on 10 sets of these first 1,000,000 (just 10 dottings on, as above), to dot on 10,000,000 As.

Then, dot on 10 sets of these first 10,000,000 (just 10 dottings on, as above), to dot on 100,000,000 As.

Then, dot on 10 sets of these first 100,000,000 (just 10 dottings on, as above), to dot on 1,000,000,000 As.

Then, dot on 10 sets of these first 1,000,000,000 (just 10 dottings on, as above), to dot on 10,000,000,000 As.

Then, dot on 5 sets of the 1,000,000,000 (just 5 dottings on, as above) for 15,000,000,000 As.

After this, "indicate" H1s for students for who you receive a spiritual indicator that he or she have completed an H1 (without doing any work!). This will allow you to spread around knowledge about pedagogy and meditation to increase marks and health in famousness, respectively.


11/20/2012 07:22 AM
Lucianic Meditation Sutra Free Online Course

Step One

I am an experienced meditator of over twelve years, and a qualified teacher aide.

This course requires Meditation (Beginners) to be completed first.

Meditation involves effortlessly thinking the sutra. It becomes lighter and lighter until it is hardly noticeable. Any thought that comes will be the byproduct of relaxation.

Find a comfortable, quiet place. Close one's eyes. Relax for two minutes. Then repeat the sutra "green" for thirty minutes, following the mantra in the evening.

Go to the next page when you have finished this.

Step Two

Take two minutes to come out of meditation.

Meditation with the sutra can be done for thirty minutes per day following the mantra in the evening.

Use Pedagogy for Meditation (Advanced) to become a meditation priest, meditation monastic, start your own neo-Hindu religion or start your own new type of religion!

Introduction to Meditation (Advanced)

Congratulations on taking the next step in Lucianic Meditation, the Meditation (Advanced) course! I hope you have enjoyed the simplicity and ease of the meditation component. Because Udemy needs more content to run the course, and because you will benefit from it, I have decided to bundle this meditation course with Pedagogy! Pedagogy is my system for earning H1 as University, school and even having children. When coupled with meditation, you can use Pedagogy to earn roles, then meditate to be safe on mass recording days (in print or broadcast media).

With Pedagogy, you can take Meditation to new levels, become a meditation priest, meditation oblate, start your own neo-Hindu religion or start your own original religion. For more information about these, please read watch:

http://aplusexcellence.blogspot.com.au/p/courses.html

for training courses. Also, my website:

http://lucianicmeditation.blogspot.com.au/

has information on these.

What is Pedagogy?

You probably have three questions about Pedagogy.

1. How will this course help me as a meditator?

2. What are breasonings, and how will they help me?

3. That's too much work! Is there a shortcut?

* * *

1. How will this course help me as a meditator?

It will train you to become a Pedagogue, which means teacher (where "pedagogy" means the study of teaching). I chose the name Pedagogy because one can use this system to teach oneself how to write essays as a student or mark essays as a teacher.

Meditator, while not the word Pedagogue, has some things in common with it. Meditators have clearer thoughts, and do better in life when Pedagogues. For example, by meditating you are using Pedagogical theories, and even use Pedagogy to write essays while meditating, if you feel like it.

The answer to question 1 is that this course is useful because of a) its content to train you to become a Pedagogue and b) the fact that it is a paid course. a): the course contains a unique method to help you earn the most important goal in Education, the mark H1 or A. The method is a set of algorithmic formulae (set of step-by-step instructions) that I collected by trial and error and meditation during my Bachelor of Arts/Bachelor of Science degree at Melbourne University, for example by reducing ideas in sentences to their simplest possible form and then "earning the point" for thinking of them as clearly as a computer would, which is surprisingly exactly how the marking system in University and therefore schools has worked and will work all over the world, and dare I say it, should work all over the Universe!

b): Because it is paid, I have the responsibility to take care of you during it, and teach you the necessary skills to become a Pedagogue.

It is different from a conventional course, i.e. a degree or other accredited qualification (this I will explain in a moment) because its argument is how to earn H1. Keep in mind that the hardest question is "how", and this course teaches you this skill. I recommend this short course to students, teachers and parents, even business women and men who have ever wanted to "put through an H1". This course, including my University education in Education, will support you in doing this.

I wanted to trial this course at Udemy, which is unaccredited because I wanted to test whether you liked it. I have also written essays on each Pedagogical formula, and would be happy to share these with you as well (see http://luciansphilosophy.blogspot.com.au/). One day I hope to offer the course at an accredited institution, either a TAFE or University.

2. What are breasonings, and how will they help me?

Breasonings are a concept that has been hinted at and said explicitly by many pedagogues including Maria Montessori, Plato (as shown by his Forms) and used by everyone who knows hwo to earn H1! A "breasoning" is a particular essence, or X, Y and Z dimension set of an object, which when you know the additional "way of thinking" (see the God or Professor Algorithms) to work out, will help you earn H1.

In addition to this simple idea, you need MANY breasonings to amount to an essay that can be accepted as a token for the H1 mark. Specifically, to earn A (meaning H1 or 75%), one should write 85 reasons using the breasoning rules (5 exposition + 5 critique + 25 detailed reasoning + 50 mind map), to earn A+, one should write 130 reasons (10 reasons each with 9 reasons supporting them, and 2 breathsoning and 1 rebreathsoning reasons supporting 3 of these), to earn 100%, one should write 190 reasons (10 reasons each with 9 reasons supporting them, 2 breathsoning and 1 rebreathsoning reasons supporting 3 of these and 3 space tests and 3 time tests' reasons supporting 6 of the 9 reasons).

You will find definitions of "breasoning", "breathsoning", "space tests" and "time tests" in the first document in this course. These provide the way to earn A, A+ and 100% (for both space and time tests) respectively. Please note, Pedagogical token essays will earn approximately the mark they are worth, but you may receive a slightly different mark if the work doesn't match the token essay in quality. Also, the so-called "God Algorithm" and "Professor Algorithm" provide the single way of thinking to tone up your breasonings to H1 standard.

Please note: this is an intensive course that doesn't teach you how to write essays completely. For information on this, please see my website (http://lucianspedagogy.blogspot.com.au/).

3. That's too much work! Is there a shortcut?

No. The piece of information for you is someone around you who has worked on your marks so far during your life, will always be revealed, who knows Pedagogy. Congratulations on becoming the next generation Pedagogue in your family and community!

Work on assignments for school and university (perhaps once per week), knowing both that you are helping in many other ways, and are fully trained.

My one piece of advice is be critical, no matter what way, shape or form you encounter, enroll in more of Lucian's classes, including meditation, coming soon.

Frequently Asked Questions

What can I use this for?

Once you have paid for the course, you can paraphrase it and resell training with it, provided I, Lucian Green, the author is completely credited. Please refer friends and family to this course.

Is it copyright?

The wording of the course materials is copyright to me, Lucian Green in Australia until 70 years after I die.

Where can I find more examples of essays written using this system?

The system has been used successfully by me to earn many H1s during my degrees in Melbourne. You can even read over them and think of your own values for the breasonings used to earn H1, keeping in mind you need different token essays for each H1.

See http://luciansphilosophy.blogspot.com.au/

This course is not "view only", but allows you to contact me with any further questions you may have.

lucian.david.mcowan.green@gmail.com

If at the end of all this, you are unsatisfied with any aspect of the course, I would be happy to provide your money back. Please contact Udemy about this.

God Algorithm

To breason out an A, that can be an 80%, 90% or 100% for 85, 130 or 190 breasonings respectively:

1. Spiritually "turn off" the following, meaning it is protected.

2. Spiritually "play" 3 previously breasoned out As (done using Lucian Green's Anarchy Quiz - Google it!) to Cosmology (meaning that it is protected).

3. Breason out the object by thinking of it's x, y and z dimensions.

4. Spiritually place a Lucian doll on the left side of a stage with you behind it, looking at the object.

5. Move Lucian to the right, to a mother doll, to forget the object.

6. Imagine the object is replaced with a counter. Move Lucian to the left, to recognise that it is divine, and spiritually listen to him saying a three line prayer.

7. To help the counter and it's seen as version to move forward in a straight line, say "It is a line", then say "It is the same", then repeat the three prayer points, "I love you", "I love you dearly" and "I love you forever". This step "dots on" the breasoning in a "high quality way".

Professor Algorithm

The "Professor Algorithm" is different from the "God Algorithm" even though it is an alternative to it because it allows working out the way of thinking (including the verb), not just the object the verb is performed on.

1a. "Find out" an A (agreeing) way of thinking after thinking of a "blue eater that moves in the x direction" (that comes from the most general perspective Darwinism applied to Pedagogy, i.e. one moves in the x direction to eat).

OR

1b. "Find out" a B (disgreeing) way of thinking after thinking of a "red shield that comes from disagreeing with the space industry", e.g. poking an object into an object.

The symbol for the way of thinking looks like three wavy lines.

2. "Find out" an object(s) to apply the way of thinking to after thinking of the "weird and wild", e.g. given the way of thinking "imagine you as a professor pulling a cotton swab out of a clean dry test tube" think of the object example "place a marker on a step to mark the way".

Anarchy Quiz

1. Following using the sutra, one should bless oneself with God. The Anarchy Quiz allows you to do this, by earning an A. Anarchy in this case means the army is control of a country.

Earn A in 85 questions. Use the A you earn to earn A

For these questions, do not check any previous answers before answering, and do not submit the same set of answers twice or more for different purposes.

This seen-as essay will be breasoned out by you (you will be asked for the x, y and z dimensions of each object from a short sentence about the army, originally the argument for my essay on anarchy, which I wrote a pop-song about (http://luciangreen.blogspot.com).

EXPOSITION:

What are the x, y and z dimensions in metres of "cup" in "The soldier cleaned himself with a cup of water"?

What are the x, y and z dimensions in metres of "bottle" in "The soldier drank a bottle of apple juice"?

What are the x, y and z dimensions in metres of "apple" in "The soldier put an apple in his lunch-box"?

What are the x, y and z dimensions in metres of "periscope" in "The soldier looked at the stand through the periscope"?

What are the x, y and z dimensions in metres of "pear" in "The soldier ate a pear with the friend he found on the Internet"?

CRITIQUE:

What are the x, y and z dimensions in metres of "brick" in "The soldier stood on a brick, which was like a wall"?

What are the x, y and z dimensions in metres of "log" in "The soldier stepped over the log"?

What are the x, y and z dimensions in metres of "flag" in "The soldier found a flag"?

What are the x, y and z dimensions in metres of "bun" in "The soldier ate a bun, which he had bartered for"?

What are the x, y and z dimensions in metres of "plant" in "The soldier watered the plant, after moving it"?

DETAILED REASONING:

What are the x, y and z dimensions in metres of "tofu" in "The soldier ate tofu"?

What are the x, y and z dimensions in metres of "garbage bag" in "The soldier moved the garbage bag"?

What are the x, y and z dimensions in metres of "nuts" in "The soldier chewed nuts at the theatre"?

What are the x, y and z dimensions in metres of "processed cheese" in "The soldier bit processed cheese"?

What are the x, y and z dimensions in metres of "cup" in "The soldier swallowed a cup of grape juice"?

What are the x, y and z dimensions in metres of "roll" in "The soldier ate a roll with vegan cheese"?

What are the x, y and z dimensions in metres of "peanut" in "The soldier nipped a peanut"?

What are the x, y and z dimensions in metres of "nectarine" in "The soldier munched a nectarine"?

What are the x, y and z dimensions in metres of "sugar" in "The soldier packed sugar in his bag"?

What are the x, y and z dimensions in metres of "ball" in "The soldier threw a ball in the air"?

What are the x, y and z dimensions in metres of "banana" in "The soldier peeled the banana"?

What are the x, y and z dimensions in metres of "orange" in "The soldier squeezed the orange"?

What are the x, y and z dimensions in metres of "mandarin" in "The soldier removed a segment from a mandarin"?

What are the x, y and z dimensions in metres of "bra" in "The soldier made a bra"?

What are the x, y and z dimensions in metres of "stand" in "The soldier jumped to touch the top of the stand"?

What are the x, y and z dimensions in metres of "ring" in "The soldier wore a ring"?

What are the x, y and z dimensions in metres of "watering container" in "The soldier watered the apricot tree with the watering container"?

What are the x, y and z dimensions in metres of "base" in "The soldier placed the base on the flat ground"?

What are the x, y and z dimensions in metres of "abdominal muscle exerciser" in "The soldier exercised his abdominal muscles with the abdominal muscle exerciser"?

What are the x, y and z dimensions in metres of "flask" in "The soldier gargled water from his flask"?

What are the x, y and z dimensions in metres of "dried fig" in "The soldier chewed the dried fig"?

What are the x, y and z dimensions in metres of "shorts" in "The soldier ran on the spot in shorts"?

What are the x, y and z dimensions in metres of "two sticks" in "The soldier jumped over two sticks"?

What are the x, y and z dimensions in metres of "hoop" in "The soldier swung the hoop around his waist"?

What are the x, y and z dimensions in metres of "glass" in "The soldier drank a glass of water"?

MIND MAP:

What are the x, y and z dimensions in metres of "bible" in "The army chaplain distributed the bibles"?

What are the x, y and z dimensions in metres of "wood" in "The soldier cut the wood into skirting boards"?

What are the x, y and z dimensions in metres of "stretcher" in "The soldier lied down on the stretcher"?

What are the x, y and z dimensions in metres of "locker" in "The soldier found the correct locker"?

What are the x, y and z dimensions in metres of "carrot" in the sentence "The soldier ate the carrot to check it was healthy"?

What are the x, y and z dimensions in metres of "seat" in the sentence "The soldier sat on the seat to check it was stable"?

What are the x, y and z dimensions in metres of "salt" in the sentence "The soldier salted the onion"?

What are the x, y and z dimensions in metres of "name badge" in the sentence "The soldier found his name badge"?

What are the x, y and z dimensions in metres of "drum" in the sentence "The soldier beat a regular rhythm on the drum"?

What are the x, y and z dimensions in metres of "bow" in the sentence "The soldier stayed balanced when aiming the arrow at the target with the bow"?

What are the x, y and z dimensions in metres of "crotchet" in the sentence "The soldier moved the crotchet forward one beat of the musical bar"?

What are the x, y and z dimensions in metres of "money" in the sentence "The soldier labelled the money to take home"?

What are the x, y and z dimensions in metres of "celery" in the sentence "The soldier fed the kangaroo the celery"?

What are the x, y and z dimensions in metres of "balloon" in the sentence "The soldier blew up a balloon"?

What are the x, y and z dimensions in metres of "corn" in the sentence "The soldier ate the corn"?

What are the x, y and z dimensions in metres of "towel" in the sentence "The soldier towelled himself dry"?

What are the x, y and z dimensions in metres of "playing card" in the sentence "The soldier placed the playing card on the table"?

What are the x, y and z dimensions in metres of "tea cup" in the sentence "The soldier drank tea from the tea cup"?

What are the x, y and z dimensions in metres of "stick" in the sentence "The soldier moved the stick off the road"?

What are the x, y and z dimensions in metres of "label" in the sentence "The soldier read the label"?

What are the x, y and z dimensions in metres of "pole" in the sentence "The soldier stood straight against the pole"?

What are the x, y and z dimensions in metres of "pupil" in the sentence "The soldier looked at the girl's pupil"?

What are the x, y and z dimensions in metres of "face" in the sentence "The soldier looked at the boy's face"?

What are the x, y and z dimensions in metres of "number" in the sentence "The soldier wrote the table number on the vegemite"?

What are the x, y and z dimensions in metres of "ladder" in the sentence "The soldier like his friend because his friend was able to climb a ladder"?

What are the x, y and z dimensions in metres of "tea towel" in the sentence "The soldier folded the tea towel until it was hand sized"?

What are the x, y and z dimensions in metres of "cow" in the sentence "The soldier counted the number of times the cow mooed"?

What are the x, y and z dimensions in metres of "glasses" in the sentence "The soldier opened a shape book at the page for science and looked at the illustration of the glasses"?

What are the x, y and z dimensions in metres of "mitochondrion" in the sentence "The soldier examined the model mitochondrion"?

What are the x, y and z dimensions in metres of "candle" in the sentence "The soldier lit a candle at church"?

What are the x, y and z dimensions in metres of "birth schedule" in the sentence "The soldier displayed the birth schedule"?

What are the x, y and z dimensions in metres of "staff timetable" in the sentence "The soldier wrote the staff timetable"?

What are the x, y and z dimensions in metres of "room timetable" in the sentence "The soldier read the room timetable"?

What are the x, y and z dimensions in metres of "couch" in the sentence "The soldier sat on the couch"?

What are the x, y and z dimensions in metres of "pencil case" in the sentence "The soldier put a pencil in the pencil case"?

What are the x, y and z dimensions in metres of "hole puncher" in the sentence "The soldier punched holes in the paper with the hole puncher"?

What are the x, y and z dimensions in metres of "water container" in the sentence "The soldier took the water container with him for his hike"?

What are the x, y and z dimensions in metres of "pen" in the sentence "The soldier returned his friend's pen to his friend"?

What are the x, y and z dimensions in metres of "two pieces of paper" in the sentence "The soldier wrote what he will do and said he will do on the two pieces of paper, respectively"?

What are the x, y and z dimensions in metres of "piece of paper" in the sentence "The soldier wrote five reasons to do a job in his company on a piece of paper"?

What are the x, y and z dimensions in metres of "tambourine" in the sentence "The soldier made a model of a tambourine"?

What are the x, y and z dimensions in metres of "friend" in the sentence "The soldier found the friend of his who mentioned the same key phrase as him"?

What are the x, y and z dimensions in metres of "three friends" in the sentence "The soldier found two other friends, each of whom said the same key phrase as another one in the group"?

What are the x, y and z dimensions in metres of "objects" in the sentence "The soldier found objects representing what he and his three friends had said they needed together"?

What are the x, y and z dimensions in metres of "the library" in the sentence "The soldier checked the random place: the library"?

What are the x, y and z dimensions in metres of "the conference room" in the sentence "The soldier checked the conference room, in the library"?

What are the x, y and z dimensions in metres of "the encyclopaedia" in the sentence "The soldier read an article in the encyclopaedia to read widely"?

What are the x, y and z dimensions in metres of "the blank book" in the sentence "The soldier wrote his own encyclopaedia article in the blank book"?

What are the x, y and z dimensions in metres of "wheat biscuits" in the sentence "The soldier moistened wheat biscuits after he answered a girl friend's call"?

What are the x, y and z dimensions in metres of "glove" in the sentence "The soldier inserted his hand in his glove"?

You should do the following during the first weeks of your initiation with Lucianic Meditation. Repeat this for the sutra, even if you have done it with the mantra.

1. Blessing of Sutra with Upsana Sutra

For the first month of meditation using the sutra, meditate for 20 minutes using the upasana sutra to prepare for the "green" sutra. "Upsana" means "meditation" in Hindi, and meditation with this sutra blesses the "green" sutra for use.

Following this, instead of the green sutra, temporarily use the following sutras each for a month, then return to the green sutra:

a. Use

b. Purusha

c. Doctor

d. Teacher

e. Maharishi (meaning Lucian)

Perform the Anarchy Quiz, to earn an A.

Breasonings Details Preparation

Breasonings Details are additional breasonings (X, Y, and Z dimensions of high quality representations of objects) associated with breasonings, to help make them seem "more developed".

To create 16 breasonings details for an apple:

i. dot on the following (breason out (think of X, Y and Z dimensions of) big wet sponge-sized counters symbolising them being as interesting as the cotton wool a Professor would pull out of a test tube) as a symbol for playing the recording of an A (your Anarchy Quiz answers).

ii. and breason out (think of X, Y and Z dimensions of) the following:

1) apple

2) apple seed

3) apple flesh

4) apple peel

5) apple corer

6) small knife

7) big knife

8) peeler

9) small plate

10) big plate

11) bowl

12) dessert bowl

13) sliced apple

15) stewed apple

14) apple juice

15) apple strudel

Perform the Anarchy Quiz (from this course), to earn an A.

Take care of any meditations you may have taken part in by giving yourself 150 As (what a standard University course would give you) in the following way: First, read how to dot on an A:

Dotting on process

- The first step in "dotting" anything on requires thinking of a professor thinking of a pathway for a breasoning (an action on an object) in relation to that object, where a certain number of breasonings form part of an A-grade argument, by moving a cotton swab along a pathway from inside a clean, dry test tube.

- Pretend the cotton part of the test tube system is the counter.

- Breason out the counter (visualise it as being measured by the dimensions 0.01 m, 0.01 m, 0.005 m).

- As part of visualising the breasoning, pretend to remove the blue dots from the ground below the counter to make sure the counter is "pure" by "asking" that the dots should to be removed, then checking that this is done.

- This removal of impurities can also be done while pretending to untouch a foam blue strip from another strip, meaning the dots are "lifted" away.

- Take the counter "off" it's "on" status by repeating the untouching step, this time to "unmagnetise" the counter and remove it from view.

"Play" a set of Anarchy Quiz answers (A) by "dotting a set on" (as above).

Dot on the first 10 of the 150 As (as above).

Then, dot on 15 sets of these first 10 (just 15 dottings on) for the 150 As (as above).

Body Organs Blessing

For each of the following body organs, imagine that you are connecting three points together (e.g. in the heart, change from point 1 at rate 1, to point 2 at rate 1 and then to point 3 at rate 2, where rate 2-rate 1 is acceptable in the time interval between point 1 and point 3):

i. "Play" a set of Anarchy Quiz answers (As) by "dotting a set on" (as above).

  1. Adrenal gland
  2. Appendix
  3. Bladder
  4. Brain
  5. Ear
  6. Esophagus
  7. Eye
  8. Gall bladder
  9. Heart
  10. Kidney
  11. Large intestine
  12. Liver
  13. Lung
  14. Mouth
  15. Muscle
  16. Nose
  17. Pancreas
  18. Parathyroid gland
  19. Pineal gland
  20. Pituitary gland
  21. Skin
  22. Small intestine
  23. Spleen
  24. Stomach
  25. Thymus
  26. Thyroid gland
  27. Trachea
  28. Uterus
  29. Vermiform appendix

Protection

"Play" 5 sets of Anarchy Quiz answers (As) by "dotting each set on" (as above).

Then, in the same way, "dot on" 25 of these sets to cover the questions from one department/area of study.

Then, "dot on" 50 departments done in this way to cover a single day's protection.

These 50 sets will protect you as if one had answered questions about 50 areas of study needed to partially protect oneself during meditation, where 50 areas of study protect you from being untrained in the first 50 areas of study and the rest one needs to be trained in during a day.

Deep Breathing

"Play" 5 sets of Anarchy Quiz answers (As) by "dotting each set on" (as above).

These 5 As will protect you during a day so that you will breathe in and out in a divine way.

Sense of Community

"Play" 5 sets of Anarchy Quiz answers (As) by "dotting each set on" (as above) for "I love myself".

"Play" 5 sets of Anarchy Quiz answers (As) by "dotting each set on" (as above) for "I love you".

"Play" 5 sets of Anarchy Quiz answers (As) by "dotting each set on" (as above) for "I love everyone".

"Play" 5 sets of Anarchy Quiz answers (As) by "dotting each set on" (as above) for "I love myself forever".

"Play" 5 sets of Anarchy Quiz answers (As) by "dotting each set on" (as above) for "I love you forever".

"Play" 5 sets of Anarchy Quiz answers (As) by "dotting each set on" (as above) for "I love everyone forever".

*Note: when this course mentions greater than 50 As, it means in appearance only, not the number you should represent to yourself each day.

Royal Status

Become a royal-minded person at the cost of 2500 As.

"Play" a set of Anarchy Quiz answers (As) by "dotting a set on" (as above).

Dot on the first 10 of the 2500 As.

Then, dot on 10 sets of these first 10 (just 10 dottings on, as above), to dot on 100 As.

Then, dot on 25 sets of these first 100 (just 25 dottings on, as above) for 2500 As.

High Quality of Life A

For a high quality of life A in the sutra (to look with it when asking for 50 As each with 50 As coming from them from heads of state), you will need 2500 As.

"Play" a set of Anarchy Quiz answers (As) by "dotting a set on" (as above).

Dot on the first 10 of the 2500 As.

Then, dot on 10 sets of these first 10 (just 10 dottings on, as above), to dot on 100 As.

Then, dot on 25 sets of these first 100 (just 25 dottings on, as above) for 2500 As.

Periodic Table of the Elements

"Play" a set of Anarchy Quiz answers (As) by "dotting a set on" (as above) for each of:

Group

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

10

11

12

13

14

15

16

17

18

I

II

III

IV

V

VI

VII

VIII

Period

1

hydrogen

1

H

1.0079

helium

2

He

4.00260

2

lithium

3

Li

6.94

beryllium

4

Be

9.01218

boron

5

B

10.81

carbon

6

C

12.011

nitrogen

7

N

14.007

oxygen

8

O

15.999

fluorine

9

F

18.998403

neon

10

Ne

20.180

3

sodium

11

Na

22.9897693

magnesium

12

Mg

24.305

aluminium

13

Al

26.981539

silicon

14

Si

28.086

phosphorus

15

P

30.97376

sulfur

16

S

32.06

chlorine

17

Cl

35.45

argon

18

Ar

39.948

4

potassium

19

K

39.0983

calcium

20

Ca

40.08

scandium

21

Sc

44.95591

titanium

22

Ti

47.867

vanadium

23

V

50.9415

chromium

24

Cr

51.996

manganese

25

Mn

54.93804

iron

26

Fe

55.84

cobalt

27

Co

58.93320

nickel

28

Ni

58.693

copper

29

Cu

63.55

zinc

30

Zn

65.41

gallium

31

Ga

69.723

germanium

32

Ge

72.63

arsenic

33

As

74.9216

selenium

34

Se

79.0

bromine

35

Br

79.904

krypton

36

Kr

83.80

5

rubidium

37

Rb

85.468

strontium

38

Sr

87.62

yttrium

39

Y

88.9058

zirconium

40

Zr

91.22

niobium

41

Nb

92.9064

molybdenum

42

Mo

95.9

technetium

43

Tc

[98]

ruthenium

44

Ru

101.1

rhodium

45

Rh

102.9055

palladium

46

Pd

106.42

silver

47

Ag

107.868

cadmium

48

Cd

112.41

indium

49

In

114.82

tin

50

Sn

118.71

antimony

51

Sb

121.760

tellurium

52

Te

127.6

iodine

53

I

126.9045

xenon

54

Xe

131.29

6

caesium

55

Cs

132.905452

barium

56

Ba

137.33

57-71

*

hafnium

72

Hf

178.5

tantalum

73

Ta

180.9479

tungsten

74

W

183.84

rhenium

75

Re

186.207

osmium

76

Os

190.2

iridium

77

Ir

192.22

platinum

78

Pt

195.08

gold

79

Au

196.96657

mercury

80

Hg

200.6

thallium

81

Tl

204.383

lead

82

Pb

207.2

bismuth

83

Bi

208.98040

polonium

84

Po

[210]

astatine

85

At

[210]

radon

86

Rn

[222]

7

francium

87

Fr

[223]

radium

88

Ra

[226]

89-103

**

rutherfordium

104

Rf

[267]

dubnium

105

Db

[268]

seaborgium

106

Sg

[269]

bohrium

107

Bh

[270]

hassium

108

Hs

[269]

meitnerium

109

Mt

[278]

darmstadtium

110

Ds

[281]

roentgenium

111

Rg

[281]

copernicium

112

Cn

[285]

ununtrium

113

Uut

[286]

flerovium

114

Fl

[289]

ununpentium

115

Uup

[288]

livermorium

116

Lv

[293]

ununseptium

117

Uus

[294]

ununoctium

118

Uuo

[294]

* Lanthanoids

lanthanum

57

La

138.9055

cerium

58

Ce

140.116

praseodymium

59

Pr

140.9076

neodymium

60

Nd

144.24

promethium

61

Pm

[145]

samarium

62

Sm

150.4

europium

63

Eu

151.964

gadolinium

64

Gd

157.2

terbium

65

Tb

158.9254

dysprosium

66

Dy

162.500

holmium

67

Ho

164.9303

erbium

68

Er

167.26

thulium

69

Tm

168.9342

ytterbium

70

Yb

173.0

lutetium

71

Lu

174.967

** Actinoids

actinium

89

Ac

[227]

thorium

90

Th

232.0381

protactinium

91

Pa

231.0359

uranium

92

U

238.0289

neptunium

93

Np

[237]

plutonium

94

Pu

[244]

americium

95

Am

[243]

curium

96

Cm

[247]

berkelium

97

Bk

[247]

californium

98

Cf

[251]

einsteinium

99

Es

[252]

fermium

100

Fm

[257]

mendelevium

101

Md

[258]

nobelium

102

No

[259]

lawrencium

103

Lr

[262]

Politics

"Play" 5 sets of Anarchy Quiz answers (As) by "dotting each set on" (as above) for "Federal level politics".

"Play" 5 sets of Anarchy Quiz answers (As) by "dotting each set on" (as above) for "State level politics".

"Play" 5 sets of Anarchy Quiz answers (As) by "dotting each set on" (as above) for "Local level politics".

The World

"Play" 5 sets of Anarchy Quiz answers (As) by "dotting each set on" (as above) for "the world".

"Play" 5 sets of Anarchy Quiz answers (As) by "dotting each set on" (as above) for "people".

"Play" 5 sets of Anarchy Quiz answers (As) by "dotting each set on" (as above) for "nature".

High Quality Appearance of Lucianic Meditation

Breason out a rainbow arch (visualise it has a 0.02 m x 0 x 0.03 m square with a semi-circular rainbow above it).

Breason out a rainbow "S" (0.03 m x 0 x 0.04 m) connecting up to the arch, like a tree.

Doing Up LM

Breason out a sheet of paper (0.2 m x 0.3 m x 0.0001 m), symbolising done up LM.

"Play" 5 sets of Anarchy Quiz answers (As) by "dotting each set on" (as above) for this.

Cosmological A Acceptor

"Play" 5 sets of Anarchy Quiz answers (As) by "dotting each set on" (as above) to accept As from other cosmozens.

Productions

"Play" 5 sets of Anarchy Quiz answers (As) by "dotting each set on" (as above) to be professional about music and acting productions each day.

Appearances

"Play" 5 sets of Anarchy Quiz answers (As) by "dotting each set on" (as above) to let appearances appear to you clearly.

Lifespan blessing

Dot on meditating normally for 1 day. At the end, you will dot this on 10 times, so that you are automatically protected for the rest of your life.

Note: The Government Training in Pedagogical Protection course will reduce the coursework in this course by training you how to reduce the number of protections needed to be protected for the rest of the time.

See: http://www.udemy.com/government-training-in-pedagogical-protection/

Do on the things you have dotted on once for each of the first 50 (or the different number if you have completed the Government Training in Pedagogical Protection course above) days of the initiation period, so that the rest are done for you.

Dot all this on to protect the first person, and therefore the rest of the people each day.

50 Breasonings Per Second

Caution: Say the mantra "Lucian" 80 times and the sutra "Green" 80 times before the following to protect oneself.

It is necessary to know how to meditate using 50 A's per second on days when to protect oneself on days when one is recorded for broadcast or publishing. This technology is built into TM and other Krishna-derived meditation, but actors and others must be with it over it to get jobs.

To activate the technology:

1. Rehearse 5 breasonings (sets of X, Y and Z dimensions), without saying "metres" (perhaps even use dimensions in centimetres to say them more quickly) from the "Anarchy Quiz" (http://lucianspedagogy.blogspot.com.au/p/anarchy-quiz.html).

Note: you can write them down and read them in step 2.

2. Say them in 5 seconds, using e.g. the iPhone's stopwatch. Repeat until this is successful.

3. Do this 50 times, with additional breasonings from "Abracadbra" (http://luciansphilosophy.blogspot.com.au/2012/03/abracadabra.html).

Also, athletes will win races, famous academics will help students with the help of this technology, which is with the help of God. Also, non-Krishna derived meditators should program the technology into their meditation (once to have the effect for the rest of their lives) to meditate on their religion with these effects soundly.


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Pedagogy Curriculum

Pedagogy Curriculum downloaded from BestThinking.com and modified 4/13/14

New Title: Pedagogy Curriculum with Breasoning Lists

Note: to earn a unique A at school or University, breason out (visualise and think of the X, Y and Z dimensions of each object in) a breasoning list. To write your own breasoning lists, read http://lucianspedagogy.blogspot.com.au.

Table of Contents

Week Title

1 X

2 Y

3 Z

4 Rebreasoning

5 Breathsoning (see http://lucianpedia.wikia.com/wiki/About_Breathsonings_Theory)

6 Rebreathsoning

7 Room

8 Part of Room

9 Direction

10 Time to Prepare

11 Time to Do

12 Time to Finish

Wk Title

1 X

Primary Text

Pedagogy is a book designed to help students earn H1. It is divided into the sections Breasoning (X, Y and Z dimensions of objects), Rebreasoning (actions described as touching relationships), Breathsoning (human judgment of the object), Rebreathsoning (human judgment of the verb), Space (room, part of room and direction), and Time (time to prepare, time to do and time to finish).

It is necessary to generally think of a set of algorithms (an algorithm is a logical set of instructions) and specifically think of a breasoning, which is a summary of each algorithm. This is a sentence with a subject, verb and object. Also, breasonings have another meaning, which are the X, Y, Z dimensions of the subject and object in the sentence.

This chapter will not examine an algorithm which has an X dimension described as part of it, but one which contributes to describing the X dimension.

The following algorithm shows how the X dimension can be calculated in terms of calculating the angle necessary to kick a goal in.

1. goalangle(PlayerX, PlayerY, GoalLeftX, GoalRightX, GoalY, GoalAngleDegrees) :-

2. CentreOfGoal is GoalRightX - GoalLeftX,

3. Opposite is CentreOfGoal - PlayerX,

4. Adjacent is GoalY - PlayerY,

5. GoalAngleRadians is atan(Opposite / Adjacent),

6. GoalAngleDegrees is (GoalAngleRadians / (2 * 3.1459265)) * 360.

Line 1: Note: Suppose we have a triangle ˆ†ABC, in which ˆŸABC is a right angle. DE is collinear with (runs along) BC, in the order BDCE.

Goalangle/6 takes the X and Y co-ordinates of the football player (A), the X co-ordinate of the left (D) and right hand side (E) of the goals, and the Y co-ordinate of the goals, and returns BAC, which is GoalAngleDegrees (which is the angle the player turns right to kick a goal through the centre of the goals, C).

Line 2: The X co-ordinate CentreOfGoal (C) is calculated by subtracting GoalLeftX (D) from GoalRightX (E).

Line 3: The Opposite side (BC) is calculated by subtracting PlayerX (B) from CentreOfFGoal (C).

Line 4: The Adjacent side (AB) is calculated by subtracting PlayerY (B) from GoalY (A).

Line 5: GoalAngleRadians is calculated using the formula tan(GoalAngleRadians) = Opposite / Adjacent where Opposite and Adjacent are opposite and adjacent sides of the angle GoalAngleRadians in the triangle. To find GoalAngleRadians by itself, we apply arctan() to both sides of the formula. So, GoalAngleRadians = arctan(Opposite / Adjacent).

Line 6: GoalAngleRadians is converted to GoalAngleDegrees using the formula GoalAngleDegrees = (GoalAngleRadians / (2 * pi)) * 360, where pi = 3.1459265. We divide GoalAngleRadians by the number of radians in a circle, to find the fraction of the circle the angle takes up. Then, we multiply it by 360 because we want to calculate how many of the 360 degrees in a circle the angle takes up, or GoalAngleDegrees.

Secondary Text 1

By Lucian Green and Andrea Lou

Pedagogy is the study of teaching. An example of a character from Pedagogy who examined the width of objects was a science teacher. He planned to climb the tree, which required measuring the widths of the objects involved. He did this by measuring the width of his body and the width of the rungs of the ladder, to make sure they were equally wide. To accomplish this, he had to take a series of actions. First, he aligned the mark for zero metres with the left edge of the rung, stretched the measuring tape from the left edge of a rung of the ladder to its right edge and read the measurement on the measuring tape aligned with the right edge of the rung. In this way, he made sure the widths of the rungs of the ladder were equal in width so that he could climb the ladder without falling off.

Another teacher, an art teacher who used his eye to observe nature. He described the view from an observation deck, by measuring the objects involved. What he did was to hold a ruler at arm's length and measured the height and width of the tree in a specific ratio to its real measurements, draw a tree of the same height and width as his measurements with the ruler and compute which direction he was facing with the ratio of the measurements of the tree. In this way, he observed a view of the garden, which he used to draw it.

A different type of teacher, a music teacher taught a Baroque and Classical Music class. He measured the distance between his fingers to determine the viol with the same distance between strings to play. This is how he carried out the measurement. First, he measured the width of his four fingers. Then, he divided this width by four, to calculate the width of each of his fingers. He kept in mind that the width of a finger is the same as the distance between the centre of two of his fingers and measured the distance between two pressed strings on the viol. In this way, he selected a viol which had the same distance between its strings as that between his fingers.

A different teacher, a music teacher told a story from a song in the subject Baroque Music of the German World. It was a story of a boy who climbed the wall because he wanted to pick the peach from the peach tree in front of it. First of all he made sure the ladder was placed on the ground stably and then he followed the rungs up the ladder and finally stopped when he reached the top rung.

A computer science teacher who was a friend of the music teacher said he had once climbed the rocket as a child. He measured the space from one foot to his other foot on the next step of a stair-case to make sure he could reach the next rung of the rocket. Before the climb, he made sure that he could reach the top of the rocket from the top rung because he could reach it by sitting on the top rung and holding on to the vertical bar while lifting one arm to touch the top. After the climb, he pretended to be as careful as a lunar astronaut and descended the rocket by climbing down the side of the rocket slowly. In this way, he climbed the rocket by making sure he could reach each step from the one below, and by testing that the rocket had the same distance between steps as a stair-case.

Secondary Text 2

By Lucian Green and Bradley Hunter

A botany teacher taught his class an algorithm about tree health. He determined if the tree was healthy by testing whether all the leaves attached to each of its branches were green. He drew a map of the tree trunk with the first five main branches coming from it. Next, he recursively tested whether each branch's leaves and branch's branch's leaves, etc. were green. Then, he noted next to each branch whether its leaves were green. In this way, he tested that the tree was healthy by traversing a diagram of its branches and testing whether or not each leaf was green.

Another teacher discussed an algorithm about directions with his class. He said the algorithm computed the destination aim towards by matching it with the highest heuristic value calculated by summing (wanting the goal multiplied by 0.25) and (wanting or having completed the training multiplied by 0.75). He said the heuristic encouraged thinking of reasons before conclusions. He also said the heuristic encouraged training to fulfil functions. He explained this by recommending education, because of its mercurial management of the brain. In this way, he explained the algorithm proved the correct direction to follow was the one to use one's potential.

The teacher's colleague, a neuroscience teacher, discussed an algorithm that simulated a garden game with her students. She said the algorithm simulated a three-dimensional scavenger hunt, in which the player needed to find the key before opening a door. The 'key' fitted the 'door' when the player correctly answered a question. The neuroscience teacher said the answer was correct because it matched the predefined correct answer. It was called a scavenger hunt because it explored hierarchies in nature. For example, 'What is a grandmother's female child called?' is answered by 'A grandmother's female child is called a mother,' and 'what is a mother's female child called?' is answered by 'A mother's female child is called a daughter.' Also, the scavenger hunt is called three-dimensional because the player has to exhaust all points in space to complete the game. For example, answers and questions are found on hills and in valleys. In this way, she explained the algorithm for answering chains of questions by exploring a three-dimensional setting as part of a game.

Her professor of biochemistry discussed the way a single thought is represented by a single chemical with his students. He gave the example of an 'X value of 0.01 metres' being represented by 'chemical A' being found in a particular part of the brain. He also said that the chemical was stored as part of a linear structure that encoded pieces of information like 'X,' '=,' '1,' 'x,' '10,' 'E,' '-2' and 'metres.' Then, he said that these chemicals are stored in places corresponding to the time of day on that day that they will be used. He said that we have to find chemicals matching what we are thinking. In this way, he described how chemicals are used to represent thoughts in the brain.

Another brain teacher discussed with his students the way the brain calculates additions. He gave the example of an addition '1 + 1 = 2' being represented as '1' (a 'computand') '+' (an 'operator') and '1' (another 'computand') by chemicals in the computands/operator part of the brain, and '2' (a computation) by a chemical in the computation part of the brain. He also said that the computands/operator and computation parts (collectively described as a computation part) were stored as part of a linear structure that encoded results of previous computations necessary for the computation, and successive calculations, based on its result. Then, he said that the computational chemicals are stored in a particular place so that they can be used at a particular time on the day they will be used. He said that all necessary information will be used to arrive at a particular conclusion. In this way, he described how chemicals are used to represent computations in the brain.

Secondary Text 3

A biological engineer discussed the best method of storing apples. He said that the apples should be stored with the tops below the position of the lid. Then he said this would be possible by stacking them on layers of cardboard. He also said the distance from the top cardboard layer to the lid should be greater than the height of an apple. He also said the number of apples which would fit on a line of the layer would be found using the formula: width of the layer / width of the apple. In this way, he explained the best way of storing apples was by making sure that their tops were below the position of the lid.

Also, a business lawyer said that apples should be examined carefully. He said that apples should be sorted into washed and unwashed groups. He also said that each apple should be tested, one after another. Then he said that both sides of the apple should be tested for clean or earthy skin, and sorted into washed and unwashed groups respectively. He added, the width of regions of earth should be measured to scrub all of the earth off. In this way, he said apples should be sorted according to whether they have earth on their skin or not.

Also, a biologist explained a way of finding a property of a measuring tape. He said that the length of the measuring tape should be read from the end of it with the greater value. He also said that the number should read around the right way so that it is not misread. He tested that the measuring tape's length was correct by measuring a carpet snake with it, and confirmed that it was two metres long. He read the side of the measuring tape with the unit in metres because measurements in units other than metres could easily be converted to and from metres when he wrote down the measurements in metres. In this way, he explained that a measuring tape's length was recorded on the end of it with the greater value.

In addition, the business lawyer said a way of deciding whether to buy a product. He said that a product should be bought using the heuristic: desirability = closeness / price. Then he said that closeness was equal to a lower value for products from further away shops, and was equal to a higher value for products from closer shops, and that desirability was proportional to closeness. Also he said that price was equal to a lower value for products with a lower price, and was equal to a higher value for products with a higher price, and that desirability was inversely proportional to price. He gave the examples of the desirability of a mitt = 2 / 4 = 0.5, and the desirability of a sponge = 1 / 4 = 0.25, showing that a lower closeness decreases desirability. He showed that a way of deciding whether to buy a product is by calculating desirability in terms of higher closeness and lower price.

Also, the biomedical engineer said what he would do with different groups of people. He said that he would separate the different types of people. He said that he would do this by measuring each of their widths. In particular, he said that he would measure the width of each their waists. He said the width of a person's waist was important because it showed how he or she lived his or her life. In this way, he said he would separate different types of people.

Secondary Text 4

A businessman wanted to calculate the time taken to do certain things. He said he would calculate the time a caterpillar robot took to approach a block, climb up it, then walk along it. For example, he placed a block on a piece of paper, and said that the height was 0 metres at a position of 0 metres, then changed from 0 metres to 0.1 metres at a position of 0.1 metres at the side of the block, then stayed constant at 0.1 metres at a position of 0.2 metres. The total distance a caterpillar robot would have travelled from position 0 metres to position 0.1 metres, then moved up the side of the block at 0.1 metres and then from position 0.1 metres to 0.2 metres was 0.1 metres + 0.1 metres + 0.1 metres = 0.3 metres. The formula: speed (metres/second) = distance (metres) / time (seconds) can be manipulated to calculate: time (seconds) = distance (metres) / speed (metres/second). In this case: time = 0.3 metres / 0.1 (metres/second) = 3 seconds, which is the time the caterpillar robot took to approach a block, climb up it, then walk along it. By calculating the duration of the caterpillar's journey, the businessman worked out the different durations the caterpillar took to climb the different types (horizontal and vertical) parts of the terrain. In this way, he calculated the time the caterpillar robot took to approach a block, climb up it, then walk along it.

Also, a biomedical scientist used induction, which is finding a rule applying to each of a number of sets of data, to perform a computation. He used induction to separate types of patients needing rehabilitation. If a patient could walk before rehabilitation, he or she wouldn't need it. Also, if a patient had recovered the ability to walk, shown inductively by walking unaided along a line, he or she was released. He tested that the brain had healed, enabling the patient to move normally, by inductively comparing the fluency and sureness of their movements with those of a healthy person. In this way, he used induction to separate recovered patients from unrecovered ones who would need rehabilitation.

Also, a business tax collector examined the way he executed a counting algorithm. He counted the time an algorithm, which counted a number of items in a list, took to execute. The algorithm:

1. count([], Count, Count).

2. count(List, Count1, Count2) :-

3. List = [_Item1 | Items],

4. Count3 is Count1 + 1,

5. count(Items, Count3, Count2).

Line 1: When the base case is given the empty list to count the number of items in, it returns the current Count as the final Count.

Line 2: Count/3 counts a number of items in a list, where List is the list of items to count, Count1 is the initial count and Count2 is the final count.

Line 3: The list is processed so that next time the predicate is executed, Items will be the new List, and when there are no items in List, the count will be finished.

Line 4: The current count is incremented by one because there is one more item in the list.

Line 5: The count predicate is recursively called, so that the count can either be incremented again if there are any more items in the list, or the count can be returned if the list is empty.

Suppose the following query is given: ?- count([a, a, a, a], 0, Count), where [a, a, a, a] is the list of items to count, 0 is the initial count and Count is the final count. Following this, the output is: Count = 4. It took n times to execute, where n is the number of items in a list and the counter starts from 0. This showed that the width of the list, if each character was 0.01 metres wide, would be the number of characters x 0.01 metres, where the number of characters is the time to execute. In this way, the time an algorithm, which counted a number of items in a list, took that number of items as the number of times to execute.

Also, a biotechnologist said how what he would do with old variables. A variable holds a value, and is used during an algorithm. He said the thing he would do with the old variables was to delete them. He also said he would delete the variables after they had been finished with. Then he said he would mark the length of rope, representing the times the variable had been used, and specially marking the last time the variable had been used, so it could be deleted after it. In this way, he would delete variables after they had been finished with.

Secondary Text 5

A science teacher thought about how to climb a fence. He counted the steps involved in climbing the fence. He walked along a horizontal line to the fence. Then he climbed the fence moving vertically. Then he walked along a horizontal line on the fence. So, the number of steps involved in climbing the fence was three. In this way, he counted the steps involved in climbing the fence.

Also, a Catalan teacher thought about the world of meaning. He found the correct meaning for a word. He did this by first finding the different meanings for the word. Then, he tested the word's context, for example, the word "Strawberry" in "The Strawberry Computer company filed profits of 8 million dollars" matched "Strawberry" in the meaning "Strawberry Computer" rather than "strawberry" in the meaning "I ate the strawberry" because its first letter is capitalised, which means it has a different width. In this way, he found the correct meaning of a word by matching the context of the word with the word's meaning.

Another learned person, a scientist wrote a laboratory experiment report. He first wrote down the hypothesis of the experiment, which is what he predicted the result of the experiment to be. He predicted the order that tiles were given would influence the word they made. He also thought that the experiment should be made rigorous by introducing uncertainty into the order the tiles were given. For example, he played "frequency hangman", in which a player's knowledge of language was tested by letting him guess the letters of a word one by one using the frequency of use of letters and combination of letters. He also said that players who would know the frequency of use of letters and combination of letters better would know about widths of objects more clearly. The player who In this way, he wrote down the hypothesis of the experiment that some players would know the frequency of use of letters and combination of letters better.

Also, a teacher gave directions to her students. She asked them to move parts of each of their bodies as directed. Her instructions required the students to move their limbs at a certain speed over the distance, during the time given. This relationship is: speed (metres / second) = distance (metres) / time (seconds). For example, a boy lifted his arm horizontally by his side at the speed: 1.5 (metres) / 3 (seconds) = 0.5 (metres / second). This showed how her instructions to her students to move parts of their bodies resulted in a boy calculating the speed with which to lift his arm.

Also, a natural philosopher thought about how to organise his office. He moved the items around the three-dimensional setting on the screen, to copy the positions of in his real office. He used a search engine to find text in his documents using a method that would find similar text, like a certain distance away as marked by a tape measure. He stored the items that were needed for similar reasons in the same "room" on the computer. He wrote down the topics he wrote least on, and wrote more on those. In this way, he organised his office by moving the items around the three-dimensional setting on the screen.

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Primary Text

One should calculate the Y-dimension of each object in a well-written sentence. This is shown by the following algorithm depth/8, which calculates the depth of a point in a cube.

1. depth(EdgeLength, X0, Y0, X1, Y1, X2, Y2, Depth) :-

2. Length1 is sqrt((X1 - X0) ^ 2 + (Y1 - Y0) ^ 2),

3. Length2 is sqrt((X2 - X0) ^ 2 + (Y2 - Y0) ^ 2),

4. Depth is (Length2 / Length1) * EdgeLength.

Line 1. Given the image of the length of a cube's edge, its origin (X0, Y0), the location in the image of its back-bottom-left point (X1, Y1), and a point on the line between the front-bottom-left to the back-bottom-left point (X2, Y2), the algorithm calculates the depth (y co-ordinate) of point 2. Note: this y co-ordinate is the actual 3D co-ordinate, which is different from the type used in the algorithm, which are those of a 2D front view of a 3D-object.

Line 2. Given the Pythagorean formula sqr(C) = sqr(A) + sqr(B), written in the form C = sqrt(sqr(A) + sqr(B)) by finding the square root of both sides, the algorithm finds the hypotenuse (side opposite the right angle) in the triangle. Note, this is where e.g. A is the length of one side, which equals X1 - X0. So, this length of the 2D image of the line between the front-bottom-left to the back-bottom-left point of the cube is Length1.

Line 3. Calculates the length of the 2D image of the line between the point on the line between the front-bottom-left and the back-bottom-left point of the cube, which is Length2.

Line 4. Calculates the 3D y co-ordinate as the fraction Length2 / Length1, multiplied by the cube's edge length.

Secondary Text 1

The Children's Rights lawyer talked about a sport player who co-operated in a particular way. He said he did this by walking south to pick up the ball that his friend had left on the ground. First, he recorded his position when he started walking. Then, he recorded his position when he picked up the ball. Then, he calculated the distance he walked by subtracting the y co-ordinate of his ending position from the y co-ordinate of his starting position. In this way, he talked about a sport player who co-operated by walking south to pick up the ball that his friend had left on the ground.

The Chinese Language and Studies lecturer verified that her students would be amply prepared for the semester. She did this by testing that the character practice book was on the book list. She counted the number of lines of all the books required. Then, she counted the number of lines of the list containing the character practice book. Then, she tested that the number of lines of all the books required was equal to the number of lines of the list containing the character practice book. In this way, she verified that her students would be amply prepared for the semester by testing that the character practice book was on the book list.

The Music Therapist computed a student could perform an action a number of times. He did this by counting the number of times the algorithm she was following looped when she was hopping. He identified the action name, "hop" in her algorithm. Then, he identified that action name being repeated after the previous instance of the action name, indicating a loop. Then, he identified the number of times the algorithm looped by reading the value after the first instance of the action name. In this way, he computed a student could perform an action a number of times by counting the number of times the algorithm she was following looped when she was hopping.

The cinematologist computed whether there would be enough ceiling space for the equipment needed on the film set. He did this by testing whether there was enough space for the lights hanging from the ceiling that were pointing at the props that were on stage. He wrote down the 2D co-ordinates parallel to the ceiling of the bottom-left and top-right corners of the first light, the co-ordinates of the corners of the other lights its corner's co-ordinates will be compared with. Then, he tested that if either the x values of the second light's left point and right points were greater than the first light's left point and less than the first light's right point, and either the y values of the second light's bottom point and top points were greater than the first light's bottom point and less than the first light's top point, then the program would fail. In this way, he computed whether there would be enough ceiling space for the equipment needed on the film set by testing whether there was enough space for the lights hanging from the ceiling.

The Content Manager tested that he had enough desk space to write a letter. He did this by testing that there was enough room for his hand to move left and right when writing it. He first wrote that his right shoulder represented the co-ordinates (0, 0). He wrote that the point 0.4 metres in front of his shoulder, (0, 0.4) represented a point on the right side of the paper. He also wrote that the point 0.4 metres in front of his shoulder and 0.4 metres to the left of his shoulder (-0.4, 0.4) represented a point on the left side of the paper. In this way, he tested that he had enough desk space to write by testing that there was enough room for his hand to move left and right when writing it.

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The Civil and Environmental Engineering lecturer computed how to plan roads in a city. He did this by planning a pedestrian bridge over a freeway. First, he planned the struts of the bridge on either side of the laneways pointing in one direction. Then, he planned the staircases to the top of the struts. Then, he built the bridge between the struts. In this way, he computed how to plan roads in a city by planning a pedestrian bridge over a freeway.

The Cognitive Scientist computed how to read optically altered text. He did this by reading vertically stretched writing. He did this by copying the line of pixels in the first row to another image. Then, he copied the line of pixels in every five rows to another image, because the text had been vertically stretched by a scale factor of five. Then, he read the text in the new image. In this way, he computed how to read optically altered text by reading vertically stretched writing.

The second Civil and Environmental Engineering lecturer computed the stage of development of a boy. He did this by testing whether all of his milk teeth had fallen out. He did this by testing that the child was taller than when he was a preschool student. Then, he tested that when he was a preschool student, he was taller than a toddler. Then, he tested that when he was a toddler, he was taller than a baby. In this way, the second Civil and Environmental Engineering lecturer computed the stage of development of a boy by testing whether all of his milk teeth had fallen out.

The Commercial Law in Asia lecturer calculated a mathematical property of a rugby ground. He did this by calculating its perimeter. First he measured the width of it, a. Then, he measured the depth of it, b. Then he calculated that it's perimeter, p = (2 x a) + (2 x b) = 2 x (a + b), e.g. a = 100 m, b = 50 m, so p = 2 x (100 m + 50 m) = 2 x 150 m = 300 m. In this way, the Commercial Law in Asia lecturer calculated a mathematical property of a rugby ground by calculating its perimeter.

The Science of Civil Engineering tutor explained how to play with a ball. He did this by explaining how to catch it. He first moved to where the ball would be thrown. Then, he held out his hand to catch the ball. Then, he caught the ball with his hand. In this way, the Science of Civil Engineering tutor explained how to play with a ball by explaining how to catch it.

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The Communicator explained how to call to other players on the field. He did this by calling for the ball if the closest person controlled it. Given the player's x co-ordinate is x1, the x co-ordinate of the player to test is x2 and the current distance between the players he is testing is a, he did this by first testing whether x1 - a is less than or equal to x2 or x2 is less than or equal to x1 + a. Given the player's y co-ordinate is y1, the y co-ordinate of the player to test is y2 and the current distance between the players he is testing is a, he also tested whether y1 - a is less than or equal to y2 or y2 is less than or equal to y1 + a. If the closest player controlled the ball, then he called to him for it. In this way, the Communicator explained how to call to other players on the field by calling for the ball if the closest person controlled it.

The Classical Studies and Archeology lecturer discussed how to test whether to agree with a colleague's reason for catching a ball. She did this by testing whether the ball had been hit in a certain direction. If the player to hit the ball to was 1 unit in front, then the ball was hit forward. If the player to hit the ball to was 1 unit to the left, then the ball was hit left. If the player to hit the ball to was 1 unit to the right, then the ball was hit right. In this way, the Classical Studies and Archeology lecturer discussed how to test whether to agree with a colleague's reason for catching a ball by testing whether the ball had been hit in a certain direction.

The Communication Skills lecturer identified a pivotal moment. He did this by calculating at what speed and in what direction the paddle should be moved to hit the ball that is travelling towards one end of the court. He first calculated that the ball, that started 1 metre to the right and 1 metre to the south of the paddle travelled perpendicularly towards the north side of the court and where d = distance travelled (m), and s = speed (m/s), in the time t = d / s = 1 m / 1 m/s = 1 s. Given that d = distance travelled (m), and t = tine (s) he then calculated that in order to hit the ball, the paddle would need to travel at the speed s = d / t = 1 m / 1 s = 1 m/s. He then calculated that because the difference between the ball's final x co-ordinate and the paddle's initial x co-ordinate was greater than 0, the paddle would move right to hit the ball. In this way, the Communication Skills lecturer identified a pivotal moment by calculating at what speed and in what direction the paddle should be moved to hit the ball that is travelling towards one end of the court.

The first Music Therapy lecturer computed how a tennis player should interact with his opponent. He did this by computing how to shake one's opponent's hand after a tennis match. He did this by computing that given y1 = player 1's arm length = 0.8 m, y2 = player 2's arm length = 0.7 m and y3 = hand overlap = 0.1 m, the total arm length = dy = y1 + y2 - y3 = 0.8 + 0.7 - 0.1 m = 1.4 m. Then, he computed that player 1's right heel that was under his shoulder was dy / 2 = 1.4 / 2 m = 0.7 m behind the net. Also, he computed that if player 1's gait = 0.4 m, and the x co-ordinate of his right heel was 4 m, then the x co-ordinate of his left heel was 4 - 0.4 m = 3.6 m. In this way, the first Music Therapy lecturer computed how a tennis player should interact with his opponent by computing how to shake one's opponent's hand after a tennis match.

The Communications Law lecturer showed how to maintain items with a particular density. He did this by showing how to clean a square coin that had a solid density. He did this by marking the half way point between the top left and bottom left corners with a pencil, e.g. 0.04 m / 2 = 0.02 m. Then, he marked the point on the right edge that was 90° from the line between the mid-left point to the mid-right corner of the coin using a protractor. Then, he measured half-way along the line between the mid-left and mid-right points, 0.04 m / 2 = 0.02 m, to wipe the coin with a cloth to the left and to the right of. In this way, the Communications Law lecturer showed how to maintain items with a particular density by showing how to clean a square coin that had a solid density.

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The first music therapy lecturer explained how to give a series of lectures. He did this by comparing it with running a series of laps around an athletics track. First, he collected the students' progress in understanding an idea. Then, he returned to the front desk, indicating he was ready for their questions. Then, they asked questions to help themselves understand the idea completely. In this way, the first music therapy lecturer explained how to give a series of lectures by comparing it with running a series of laps around an athletics track.

The comparative class actions lecturer marketed a business to a hierarchy. He did this by computing which person in a parent-child relationship will perform a classical action to interest the other one in the book. First, he counted the number of actions in the book that the child had performed, a. Then, he calculated the number of actions in the book that the parent had performed, b. If a > b, then the child should interest the parent in the book, otherwise, vice versa. In this way, the comparative class actions lecturer marketed a business to a hierarchy by computing which person in a parent-child relationship will perform a classical action to interest the other one in the book.

The second music therapy lecturer tested that it was correct that an experiment had been completed in time. He did this by testing that the water in a test tube had boiled. First, he tested that the air near the top of the test tube was hot. Second, he tested that there was a bubble near the surface of the water in the test tube at a point during the time tested. Third, he tested that there was audible bubbling of the water in the test tube. In this way, the second music therapy lecturer tested that it was correct that an experiment had been completed in time by testing that the water in a test tube had boiled.

The comparative constitutional law lecturer tested that an action had been completed in time. He did this by testing that the action stopped at time t. First, he tested that the action was continuing, like it was expected to do. Then, he repeated this until the action had stopped. When the action had stopped at the same time as it had been expected to, then the action had stopped at time t. In this way, the comparative constitutional law lecturer tested that an action had been completed in time, by testing that the action stopped at time t.

The third music therapy lecturer computed how to eat food. She did this by aiming the forkful of food into her mouth. First, she wrote down the co-ordinates of the bottom-left hand corner, (0, 0) and top-right hand corner, (0.03, 0.03) of her mouth. Then, where x1 = width of her mouth and x2 = width of the food, she calculated x3 = left x co-ordinate of food = x1/2 - x2/2 = (0.03 - 0) / 2 - 0.01 / 2 = 0.015 - 0.005 = 0.01 m. Then, where y1 = height of her mouth and y2 = height of the food, she calculated y3 = bottom y co-ordinate of food = y1/2 - y2/2 = (0.03 - 0) / 2 - 0.01 / 2 = 0.015 - 0.005 = 0.01 m. In this way, the third music therapy lecturer computed how to eat food by aiming the forkful of food into her mouth.

Secondary Text 5

The Comparative Media Studies student tested that a pair of weights had the same property. He did this by testing that they had the same weight. First, he tested that the weight on the left hand side of the scales was 0.1 m above the top of the bench. Then, he tested that the weight on the right hand side of the scales was 0.1 m above the top of the bench. He computed that the weights were both the same weight because they were both 0.1 m above the top of the bench. In this way, the Comparative Media Studies student tested that a pair of weights had the same property by testing that they had the same weight.

The Comparative Media Studies lecturer computed how two parents and an older brother could kiss a baby girl good night. He did this by repeatedly swapping pairs of people in a line with one end near her cot. First, the father, followed by the other and older brother kissed the girl. Then, the mother and father swapped places and the mother kissed the girl. Following this, the older brother swapped places with his father and mother, and then kissed the girl. In this way, the Comparative Media Studies lecturer computed how two parents and an older brother could kiss a baby girl good night by repeatedly swapping pairs of people in a line with one end near her cot.

The Conductor identified special characters on a score. He did this by identifying the fermata (pause symbol). Starting from the top of the symbol, he identified a point at its top. Then, he identified pairs of points that diverged with each line until the middle of the symbol that composed one line drawn from the first point to the left-middle and one line drawn from the first point to the right-middle. Then, he identified a new point at the middle-bottom of the symbol, and identified the symbol as the pause symbol. In this way, the conductor identified special characters on a score by identifying the fermata (pause symbol).

The composer tested that a student's speech was normal. He did this by testing that his sentence was unbroken. First, he wrote down the time the first word of a sentence started that was when there were more than no sounds of any frequency recorded. Then, he wrote down when the word finished that was when there were no sounds of any frequency recorded. Following this, he wrote that the sentence was unbroken if there were no silences of more than 1 s between words that was the difference in time between the start of the next word and the end of the word previous to it, keeping in mind that all the silences' times were calculated by repeating the first two steps until the sentence's full stop. In this way, the composer tested that a student's speech was normal by testing that his sentence was unbroken.

The constitutional lawyer was careful when testing the yoga equipment. He did this by shaking the mat and testing that it's left edge was unbroken. First, he tested that the cube on the front left hand corner of the mat was intact. Then, he tested that the cube that was supposed to be connected to it behind it was in fact connected to it behind it. He decided that the mat's left edge was unbroken by repeating this until the back left hand corner cube was reached and there were no disconnected pairs of cubes. In this way, the constitutional lawyer was careful when testing the yoga equipment by shaking the mat and testing that its left edge was unbroken.

3 Z (Sections 3-4 will be inserted later)

4 Rebreasoning

5 Breathsoning

1. The hospital technician helped the patient recover after surgery. He did this by dripping treacle down the patient's throat. He demonstrated the food moving into the oesophagus using a model. Then he showed the food being swallowed using the oesophagus. Finally, he showed the food entering the stomach. In this way, the hospital technician helped the patient recover after surgery by dripping treacle down the patient's throat.

2. The aircraft manufacturer tested that there was enough room to move around in his seat. He did this by putting his mouth around the spoon. First, he placed the vegan yoghurt on the spoon. Then, he placed the centre of the spoon on the centre of his mouth. Finally, he closed his mouth and withdrew the spoon. In this way, the aircraft manufacturer tested that there was enough room to move around in his seat by putting his mouth around the spoon.

3. The river cruise captain planned how to use water. She did this by putting water on her tongue to stop food sticking to it. First, she placed the pile of small sponges on the middle of her tongue. Then, she removed the top sponge and placed it on the back of her tongue. Finally, she placed the second sponge on the front of her tongue. In this way, the river cruise captain planned how to use water by putting water on her tongue to stop food sticking to it.

4. The train lift driver lifted his food crate into the train. He did this by poking his tongue out underneath the fork. First, he measured how far his tongue protruded from his mouth. Next, he placed the form this distance from his mouth. Finally, he moved the fork above his tongue and put the food into his mouth while retracting his tongue. In this way, the train lift driver lifted his food crate into the train by poking his tongue out underneath the fork.

5. The network officer ate a certain amount at the campus shop that was on the network. He did this, by eating enough, in other words, a jarful. He started the counter at zero. Then, he added one to the count for each new treacle cupcake. Finally, he stopped adding one to the count when there were no more cupcakes. In this way, the network officer ate a certain amount at the campus shop that was on the network by eating enough, in other words, a jarful.

6. The club manager swallowed the lozenge in a particular way to prepare to descend the stairs. He did this by moving the lozenge fragment to the back of his mouth with his tongue. First, he placed the lozenge fragment on the front of his tongue. Then, he closed his teeth over the lozenge fragment and pushed his tongue forward, sliding the lozenge fragment onto the back of his tongue. Finally, he swallowed the lozenge fragment. In this way, the club manager swallowed the lozenge in a particular way to prepare to descend the stairs by moving the lozenge fragment to the back of his mouth with his tongue.

7. The truck driver practised his hand-eye co-ordination. He did this by placing the plum segment into his mouth with his hand. First, he placed the plum segment midway between the sides and top and bottom of his lips, so that it was past his front top teeth. Following this, he lowered the plum segment onto his tongue. This way, the truck driver practised his hand-eye co-ordination by placing the plum segment into his mouth with his hand.

8. The dress-maker prepared to sew a hem on a dress. He did this by eating a marshmallow with a knife and fork. First, he pierced the marshmallow with his fork. Next, he pierced the marshmallow with the knife and cut it in half. Finally, he pierced the left side of the marshmallow again with his fork and lifted it to his mouth. In this way, the dress-maker prepared to sew a hem on a dress by eating a marshmallow with a knife and fork.

9. The mushroom farmer prepared to test the mushrooms had enough fertiliser and water. She did this by testing that her cordial was sweet by drinking it. First, she prepared to put some of the cordial on top her tongue. Then, she prepared to put some of the cordial on the tip of her tongue, where he could taste its sweetness. So, she put the cordial where it was both on top of her tongue and touched her sweet spot. In this way, the mushroom farmer prepared to test the mushrooms had enough fertiliser and water by testing that her cordial was sweet by drinking it.

10. The confectioner prepared to make each section of a lolly snake. He did this by chewing and swallowing each part of a lolly snake. First, he disconnected a segment of snake, then placed it in his mouth. After this, he lifted his arm up, then back down on a new path, not near his face. Finally, he repeated the process until he had eaten all of the snake segments.

11. The butterscotch tablet maker prepared to make crates for the tablets. He did this by making cream from butter, milk and sugar. First, he separated the butter into 0.01 m edge-length cubes, forming a checkerboard. Then, he poured into milk into one quarter of each of the spaces surrounding the butter cubes. Finally, he mashed and mixed the butter and milk together. In this way, the butterscotch tablet maker prepared to make crates for the tablets by making cream from butter, milk and sugar.

12. The fruiterer prepared to plant a fig tree. He did this by placing the fruit in the centre of the bowl. First, he added half the bowl's width to its left edge. Second, he added half the bowl's depth to its front edge. Finally, he lowered the fig at these co-ordinates until it touched the bottom of the bowl. In this way, the fruiterer prepared to plant a fig tree by placing the the fruit in the centre of the bowl.

13. The sporting bowler prepared to hit the ball. He did this by lifting and placing the bowl in front of him. First, he lifted up the bowl. Next, he brought it forward. Finally, he placed it in front of him. In this way, the sporting bowler prepared to hit the ball by lifting and placing the bowl in front of him.

14. The fruit monger prepared to clean the broom handle. He did this by eating the popsicle. First, he measured 0.01 m down from the top of the popsicle. Next, he bit and warmed the biteful by salivating on it as he chewed it. Then, he repeated the process until the popsicle was completely eaten. In this way, the fruit monger prepared to clean the broom handle by eating the popsicle.

15. The hairstylist practised giving a haircut to an orange. He did this by cutting both hemispheres off an orange peel. First, he inserted his knife where the orange's stem was. Secondly, he cut a semicircle to the opposite point of the orange. Thirdly, he completed the circle by cutting back to the original point. In this way, the hairstylist practised giving a haircut to an orange by cutting both hemispheres off its peel.

16. The paper recycler prepared to recycle the pile of papers. He did this by testing that all of the popsicle had melted in the pan. First, he tested that the popsicle was not higher than a pool of liquid. Second, he tested that the solid was not visible. Thirdly, he tested that there was no sound of melting any more. In this way, the paper recycler prepared to recycle the pile of papers by testing that all of the popsicle had melted in the pan.

17. The garbage truck man prepared to wash the bin. He did this by measuring the solid to liquid ratio. First, he wrote down the volume of solid. Second, he wrote down the volume of liquid. Third, he divided the volume of solid by the volume of liquid. In this way, the garbage truck man prepared to wash the bin by measuring the solid to liquid ratio.

18. The metaphysician prepared to wash a mat. He did this by calculating the time difference between a solid and liquid of the same type. First, he measured the time to carry the tan bark with controlled steps. Then, he measured the time to carry the water without spilling it. After this, he subtracted the lesser of the two from the greater of the two to find the tine difference between them. In thus way, the metaphysician prepared to wash a mat. He did this by calculating the time difference between a solid and liquid of the same type.

19. The hairdresser prepared to dry the client's hair. She did this by measuring the boiling point of water. Firstly, she placed the thermometer in the pot of water. Secondly, she stirred the water as it boiled. Thirdly, she read the temperature next to the meniscus when the water had boiled. In this way, the hairdresser prepared to dry the client's hair by measuring the boiling point of water.

20. The cab driver prepared to circle the city. He did this by measuring the melting point of water when it was stirred. First, he placed ice in a freezer. Then, he increased the temperature of the freezer and stirred it. Lastly, he measured the temperature when the ice melted. In this way, the cab driver prepared to circle the city by measuring the melting point of water.

21. The robot manufacturer prepared to construct a robot of a particular height. He did this by weighing a solid. First, he added a weight to the opposite side of the scales from the solid. Next, he continued to add weights until the two sides were equal. Finally, he summed the total weight of the weights to measure the solid's weight. In this way, the robot manufacturer prepared to construct a robot of a particular height by weighing a solid.

22. The tailor prepared to shorten the jacket's sleeves. He did this by weighing a liquid. First, he put the weights with the approximate weight of the liquid on the opposite side of the scales from the liquid. Next, he added and removed weights to balance the scales. Finally, he summed the weights' weights. In this way, the tailor prepared to shorten the jacket's sleeves by weighing a liquid.

23. The nurse prepared to lift the baby from the cot. She did this by lifting the bag of nappies from the ground. First, she tested that the handles had 0.01 m of plastic around the edges of a 0.15 x 0.05 m hole and held it using them. Then, she bent her hips and knees to lift the bag with her legs, not her back. Finally, she stood upbringing lift the bag. In this way, the nurse prepared to lift the baby from the cot by lifting the bag of nappies from the ground.

24. The gardener prepared to water the frangipane. He did this by lifting the water bottle. First, he placed the bottle upright on the table. Next, he grasped it, taking care not to tilt it. Finally, he held it, not too tightly, and lifted it vertically. In this way, the gardener prepared to water the frangipane by lifting the water bottle.

25. The doctor prepared to clean the bench. He did this by melting the ice. First, he melted the ice in a pan. Next, he sponged some of the water up. Then, he finished cleaning the bench with the sponge. In this way, the doctor prepared to clean the bench by melting the ice.

Breathsoning Breasoning List

1. plunger, sugar cube, valve, tube, bowl, pipette

2. model plane, spoon, dried apricot, coconut milk, tongue scraper, hand-towel

3. cubic bucket, teaspoon, sponge, counter, salt crystal, test tube

4. satchel, fork, ruler, mashed potato, zig-zagged carrot slice, water

5. model train, jar, paper strip, cupcake, jar lid, softball base

6. hose, sugar tablet, knife, date fruit, mortar and pestle, sieve

7. toy truck, plum segment, lipstick, spatula, string, rubber gloves

8. dress, marshmallow, toothpick, scalpel, cheese knife, peanut

9. mushroom, cordial, straw, grape, music triangle, square of paper towel

10. sphere lolly, lolly snake, razor blade, cuff link, pillow, dough

11. butterscotch, oat milk, ice tray, bread knife, masher, sugar pill

12. apricot, wooden bowl, banana, nectarine, fig, peach

13. black ball, place mat, napkin, toy car, led light, knee rest

14. apple, lemon popsicle without stick, mini-ruler, icecream scoop, paddle, soup spoon

15. scissors, orange, fruit knife, lime half-slice, poppy seed, tissue

16. street of paper, strawberry popsicle, woodle block, sifter, apple slice, frying pan

17. plastic bin, right angle ruler, wooden cube, beaker, pastry, bucket

18. child's mat, bag, tan bark, water, dial, water vessel

19. towel, stirring rod, litmus paper, lemon, apple half, rose

20. model cab, ice block, cool bag, waist bag, ring, glove

21. toy robot, cardboard roll, scales, metal weight, abacus, small bean bag

22. cotton bud, lunch box bottle, gumball, protractor, tape measure, fan

23. cot, nappy, bag, bicycle tyre pump, T-square, cushion

24. frangipane, water bottle, flower vase, flippers, balloon, mandarin

25. hour glass, ice pick, model forklift, handkerchief, square card, carpet

­Breathsoning Completed Breasoning List (centimetres) - see Movie


1. plunger 5, 5, 10, sugar cube 2, 2, 2, valve 1, 1, 10, tube 10, 1, 1, bowl 10, 10, 5, pipette 1, 1, 10


2. model plane 20, 20, 5, spoon 15, 5, 1, dried apricot 3, 3, 1, coconut milk 5, 5, 10, tongue scraper 10, 5, 1, hand-towel 20, 20, 1


3. cubic bucket 20, 20, 20, teaspoon 10, 3, 1, sponge 5, 5, 5, counter 2, 2, 1, salt crystal 2, 2, 2, test tube 1, 1, 10


4. satchel 30, 10, 30, fork 20, 2, 1, ruler 30, 5, 1, mashed potato 5, 5, 1, zig-zagged carrot slice 2, 2, 1, water 5, 5, 10


5. model train 20, 5, 5, jar 5, 5, 5, paper strip 5, 2, 1, cupcake 5, 5, 5, jar lid 5, 5, 1, softball base 100, 100, 100


6. hose 1000, 2, 2, sugar tablet 2, 2, 1, knife 15, 2, 1, date fruit 5, 3, 1, mortar 20, 20, 20, sieve 30, 20, 10


7. toy truck 15, 5, 5, plum segment 5, 5, 3, lipstick 2, 2, 5, spatula 15, 1, 1, string 50, 1, 1, rubber glove 20, 10, 1


8. dress 50, 40, 120, marshmallow 3, 3, 3, toothpick 5, 1, 1, scalpel 15, 1, 1, cheese knife 10, 2, 1, peanut 4, 1, 1


9. mushroom, 5, 5, 5, cordial 5, 5, 8, straw 1, 1, 15, grape, 2, 1, 1, music triangle 20, 1, 20, square of paper towel 10, 10, 1


10. sphere lolly 5, 5, 5, lolly snake 10, 1, 1, razor blade 5, 3, 1, cuff link 1, 1, 2, pillow 100, 50, 20, dough 20, 20, 5


11. butterscotch 2, 2, 1, oat milk 10, 5, 20, ice tray 30, 10, 3, bread knife 30, 2, 1, masher 10, 5, 30, sugar pill 2, 2, 1


12. apricot 5, 5, 5, wooden bowl 20, 20, 10, banana 20, 10, 5, nectarine 5, 5, 5, fig 3, 3, 3, peach 5, 5, 5


13. black ball 3, 3, 3, place mat 30, 20, 1, napkin 50, 50, 1, toy car 4, 2, 2, led light 1, 1, 2, knee rest 30, 20, 10


14. apple 7, 7, 7, lemon popsicle without stick 4, 2, 8, mini-ruler 15, 3, 1, ice-cream scoop 20, 3, 3, paddle 1, 1, 12, soup spoon 20, 5, 3


15. scissors 20, 10, 1, orange 7, 7, 7, fruit knife 20, 1, 1, lime half-slice 6, 6, 3, poppy seed 1, 1, 1, tissue 15, 15, 1


16. street of paper 10000, 1000, 1, strawberry popsicle 4, 2, 12, wooden block 4, 4, 4, sifter 12, 8, 8, apple slice 3, 3, 6, frying pan 30, 20, 5


17. plastic bin 10, 10, 20, right angle ruler 15, 10, 1, wooden cube 8, 8, 8, beaker 2, 2, 15, pastry 50, 50, 1, bucket 30, 30, 40


18. child's mat 20, 15, 1, bag 30, 30, 50, tan bark 4, 1, 1, water 5, 5, 10, dial 10, 10, 1, water vessel 10, 10, 30


19. towel 200, 100, 1, stirring rod 1, 1, 20, litmus paper 4, 2, 1, lemon 4, 4, 2, apple half 6, 6, 3, rose 5, 5, 20


20. model cab 8, 4, 3, ice block 2, 2, 2, cool bag 20, 20, 40, waist bag 50, 30, 10, ring 1, 1, 2, glove 20, 10, 3


21. toy robot 5, 3, 18, cardboard roll 3, 3, 10, scales 20, 20, 10, metal weight 5, 5, 2, abacus 50, 1, 50, small bean bag 10, 5, 2


22. cotton bud 1, 1, 5, lunch box bottle 5, 2, 5, gumball 2, 2, 2, protractor 10, 5, 1, tape measure 500, 1, 1, fan 20, 1, 20


23. cot 50, 100, 100, nappy 100, 100, 1, bag 30, 10, 30, bicycle tyre pump 3, 3, 40, T-square 120, 30, 1, cushion 30, 10, 30


24. frangipane 10, 10, 10, water bottle 15, 5, 15, flower vase 20, 20, 50, flipper 40, 10, 5, balloon 50, 50, 50, mandarin 5, 5, 5


25. hour glass 10, 10, 40, ice pick 30, 10, 3, model forklifter 300, 150, 150, handkerchief 20, 20, 1, square card 4, 4, 1, carpet 500, 500, 1

6 Rebreathsoning

1. The philosopher prepared to decide thoughts were only thoughts when thought in a with-it manner. He did this by balloonifying his arm. First, he blew up a balloon representing his arm. Second, he placed it next to the balloon representing the torso. Third, he attached the balloon representing his arm to the balloon representing the torso using masking tape. In this way, the philosopher prepared to decide thoughts were only thoughts when thought in a with-it manner by balloonifying his arm.

2. The human rights philosopher prepared to attribute a positive value to a robot qualifying its thought. He did this by molding the chocolate rabbit. First, he poured chocolate into the mold. Second, he let it set overnight. Third, he poured hot water over the mold and removed the chocolate from it. In this way, the human rights philosopher prepared to attribute a positive value to a robot qualifying its thought by molding the chocolate rabbit.

3. The Hegelian prepared to construct a conversation about worshippers from knowledge about God. He did this by calculating the ratio of the number of rays hitting a plane from a light from 45 degrees to 90 degrees. First, he calculated that the length of one the two shorter sides of an right angle triangle with its longer end (base) facing down, symbolizing the edge all the rays heading to the base would hit if a ray shot from 45 degrees was aimed at the base, to be sqrt(2) = 1.4 cm. Second, he calculated that the length of base, the edge the rays would hit if a ray shot from 90 degrees was aimed it, to be sqrt(2) = 2 cm. Third, he calculated that the ratio of the number of rays hitting a plane from a light from 45 degrees to 90 degrees = 1.4/2 = 0.7, so there were more rays hitting the base from 90 degrees than from 45 degrees. In this way, the Hegelian prepared to construct a conversation about worshippers from knowledge about God by calculating the ratio of the number of rays hitting a plane from a light from 45 degrees to 90 degrees.

4. The autist prepared to use his special abilities to accurately predict the rain. He did this by taking the balloon out of the bag. First, he placed the balloon in the bag. Second, he took it out at the launch site. Third, he launched it at the launch site. In this way, the autist prepared to use his special abilities to make accurately predict the rain by taking the balloon out of the bag. In this way, the autist prepared to use his special abilities to accurately predict the rain, by taking the balloon out of the bag.

5. The autist prepared to interest himself in the natural sciences by observing the philosopher and his student. He did this by compressing a marshmallow by biting it. First, he placed the marshmallow in his mouth. Second, he lifted his tongue until the top of the marshmallow touched the top of his mouth. Third, he compressed the marshmallow by lifting his tongue slightly. In this way, the autist prepared to interest himself in the natural sciences by observing the philosopher and his student by compressing a marshmallow by biting it.

6. The autist prepared to perform a complex calculation by examining model calculations. He did this by sitting on the seat. First, he chose a seat. Second, he stood in front of it. Third, he sat on it. In this way, the autist prepared to perform a complex calculation by examining model calculations by sitting on the seat.

7. The autist prepared to perform calendar calculating by counting the number of years. He did this by eating the biscuit. First, he ate the piece with the first chocolate chip. Second, he ate the piece with the red lolly. Third, he ate the piece with the blue lolly. In this way, the autist prepared to perform calendar calculating by counting the number of years by eating the biscuit.

8. The autist prepared to demonstrate exceptional rote memory by using a mnemonic system. He did this by eating a lolly. First, he opened the bag. Second, he took out the lolly. Third, he ate the lolly. In this way, the autist prepared to demonstrate exceptional rote memory by using a mnemonic system by eating a lolly.

9. The autist prepared to demonstrate his intellect that was above average, by completing the IQ test. He did this by eating the minestrone soup. First, he wrote an idea from politics for a point of a pasta star. Second, he repeated this for each point. Third, he stopped when there were no more pointe left. In this way, the autist prepared to demonstrate his intellect that was above average by completing the IQ test by eating the minestrone soup.

10. The autist prepared to explain that his father occupied a high position by drawing a chart. He did this by breaking the wafer. First, he measured the width of it. Second, he divided this by two. Third, he broke it in half at this point. In this way, the autist prepared to explain that his father occupied a high position by drawing a chart by breaking the wafer.

11. The autist prepared to explain that he had several generations of ancestors of intellectuals, by labeling point on a line. He did this by placing the octahedrons on the tray. First, he drew the unfolded octahedron on the paper. Second, he cut it out. Third, he folded it into a three-dimensional octahedron. In this way, the autist prepared to explain that he had several generations of ancestors of intellectuals, by labeling point on a line by placing the octahedrons on the tray.

12. The autist prepared to demonstrate that his work performance provided some social integration by encountering a burst of A-grade thoughts because of thinking of a particular thought in the conversation. He did this by pushing the woven thread down. First, he crossed over the threads. Then, he pushed the thread down. Finally, he had an A given to him. In this way, the autist prepared to demonstrate that his work performance provided some social integration by encountering an A because of thinking of a particular thought in the conversation by pushing the woven thread down.

13. The autist prepared to demonstrate that his work performance was excellent by writing down why he loved people. He did this by lapping the water. First, he placed his mouth over the edge of the cup. Second, he drank some of the water. Third, he lifted his head. In this way, the autist prepared to demonstrate that his work performance was excellent by writing down why he loved people by lapping the water.

14. The autist prepared to become faculty member in the department of Astronomy by finding a reason for an objection to an error in high quality work by querying what the first action that was supposed to have a reaction was, because there was no other thing to react to it. He did this by placing the mortar object (representing the reason for the objection) on the brick. First, he placed the first brick down. Second, he placed mortar on the first brick. Third, he placed the second brick on the mortar. In this way, the autist prepared to become faculty member in the department of Astronomy by finding a reason for an objection to an error in high quality work by querying what the first action that was supposed to have a reaction was, because there was no other thing to react to it by placing the mortar object (representing the reason for the objection) on the brick.

15. The Asperger patient prepared to demonstrate his prodigious memory by associating parts to memorise with parts of big parts he walked past. He did this by shaking his hand in the air. First, he clenched his fist. Second, he raised it in the air. Third, he shook it. In this way, the Asperger patient prepared to demonstrate his prodigious memory by associating parts to memorise with parts of big parts he walked past by shaking his hand in the air.

16. The Asperger patient prepared to demonstrate her extraordinary preoccupation by studying with many short breaks. She did this by stabbing a sausage. First, she measured the distance one-fifth along the length of the sausage. Second, she positioned the fork above this position. Third, she stabbed the sausage at this position. In this way, the Asperger patient prepared to demonstrate her extraordinary preoccupation by studying with many short breaks, by stabbing a sausage.

17. The Asperger patient prepared to demonstrate his mastery of sports statistics by remembering the match with the top score. He did this by driving someone up to the door in a tricycle. First, he started at the edge of the courtyard. Second, he drove through the courtyard. Third, he stopped at the door. In this way, the Asperger patient prepared to demonstrate his mastery of sports statistics by remembering the match with the top score by driving someone up to the door in a tricycle.

18. The Asperger patient prepared to demonstrate his superb knowledge of history trivia. He did this by testing whether he was a man or a woman. First, he took off his shirt. If he was not wearing a bra, then he decided he was a man. Alternately, if he, or she in fact, was wearing a bra, then she decided she was a woman. In this way, the Asperger patient prepared to demonstrate his superb knowledge of history trivia by testing whether he was a man or a woman.

19. The Asperger patient prepared to test his expansive conversation by researching one detail from each of the X-Y-Z/verb-touching, human-judgment-of-subject/human-judgment-of-object, room/part-of-room/direction-in-room/time-to-prepare/time-to-do/time-to-finish criteria. He did this by cooking three hundred and sixty degrees of the cabaña. First, he put the cabaña in the fire. Second, he rotated it. Third, he waited 15 minutes until the cabaña was cooked. In this way, the Asperger patient prepared to test his expansive conversation by researching one detail from each of the X-Y-Z/verb-touching, human-judgment-of-subject/human-judgment-of-object, room/part-of-room/direction-in-room/time-to-prepare/time-to-do/time-to-finish criteria by cooking three hundred and sixty degrees of the cabaña.

20. The Asperger patient prepared to appear seemingly scholarly by doffing a wig and gown. He did this by pulling the model bird. First, he suspended the model from the Japanese light. Second, he held its string. Third, he pulled it. In this way the Asperger patient prepared to appear seemingly scholarly by doffing a wig and gown by pulling the model bird.

21. The Asperger patient prepared to put forth conversation so liberally, by talking about and then judging an idea. He did this by lifting himself up onto a ledge. First, he found a ledge. Second, he hoisted himself onto it. Third, he stood on the ledge looking around. In this way, the Asperger patient prepared to put forth conversation so liberally, by talking about and then judging an idea by lifting himself up onto a ledge.

22. The labourer prepared to wash the block. He did this by cleaning the chopsticks. First, he placed the scraper at the base of the chopstick. Second, he lifted the scraper upwards. Third, he stopped when he reached the top. In this way, the labourer prepared to wash the block by cleaning the chopsticks.

23. The Reasoner prepared to dovetail the arguments. He did this by plucking the feather from the model pheasant's tail. First, he positioned his finger above the model feather. Second, he positioned his other finger below the model feather. Third, he plucked the model feather from the model pheasant's tail. In this way, the Reasoner prepared to dovetail the arguments by plucking the feather from the model pheasant's tail.

24. The farmer prepared to harvest the wheat. He did this by aligning the tofu in a straight line. First, he measured the width of the tofu. Second, he placed the left point of the tofu so that the central point at w/2 + l (where w = width of the tofu and l = x co-ordinate of the left hand side) was in front of his mouth. In this way, the farmer prepared to harvest the wheat by aligning the tofu in a straight line.

25. The oceanographer prepared to bathe the starfish. He did this by counting the starfish's arms. First, he counted the number of suction cups. Second, he divided this by the number of suction cups per arm, 5. Third, he calculated this dividend to equal the number of arms of the starfish. In this way, the oceanographer prepared to bathe the starfish by counting its arms.

26. The firefighter prepared to put on the mask. He did this by putting on the sunglasses. First, he opened the sunglasses. Second, he placed them on his face. Third, he tested that the angle from each of the arms to the lenses was 90 degrees. In this way, he prepared to put on the mask by putting on the sunglasses.

27. The moviegoer prepared to walk home. She did this by walking to the triangle in the moonlight. First, she charted her proposed path. Second, she walked along her path. Third, she stopped when she arrived at the triangle. In this way, she prepared to walk home by walking to the triangle in the moonlight.

28. The navigator prepared to sail the ship. He did this by following the stars. First, he computed which direction a particular star was pointing in. Second, he computed which goal lay in that direction. Third, he headed for that goal. In this way, he prepared to sail the ship by following the stars.

29. The gardener prepared to pick the flower. He did this by colouring his illustrations using petals. First, he drew and cut out the shape of the region in wanted to colour blue. Second, he traced the shape onto a blue petal. Third, he cut out the shape from the petal and placed it on the page. In this way, he prepared to pick the flower by colouring his illustrations using petals.

30. The gastronomer prepared to place the red lid on the pot. He did this by colouring his cheeks red with the red petal. First, he plucked a petal from a rose. Second, he rubbed it in water. Third, he placed it on his cheek. In this way, he prepared to place the red lid on the pot by colouring his cheeks red with the red petal.

31. The king prepared to sit on the throne. He did this by testing that the bottom of a crown was flat. First, he wrote down the z-co-ordinate of a point of the pentagon at the base of the crown. Second, he tested that the next point's z-co-ordinate was the same as the previous point's z-co-ordinate. Third, he repeated this until there were no more points. In this way, the king prepared to sit on the throne by testing that the bottom of a crown was flat.

32. The mother sheltered under the oak tree. She did this by placing the red candle present in her green pocket. First, she held the candle at the top. Second, she opened her pocket. Third, she placed the candle in her pocket. In this way, she sheltered under the oak tree by placing the red candle present in her green pocket.

Rebreathsoning Breasoning List

1. stand, balloon, arm, torso, masking tape, manifest

2. robot, rabbit, mold, chocolate, hot water, "thinking of As" A

3. cup, window sill, triangle, ray, sunglasses, clique pentagon

4. rain drop, bag, long balloon, launch pad, closed door, measuring cylinder

5. observation deck, marshmallow, mouth, tongue, squash, classroom

6. counter, seat, seat cover, foot rest, formula

7. calendar, biscuit, chocolate chip, red lolly, blue lolly, page

8. pad, yellow lolly, bag, ring, orange, peg board

9. IQ score, minestrone soup, pasta star, political speech, bullet point, graph

10. society chart, wafer, ruler, abacus, bamboo, soap box

11. line with points along it, octahedron, tray, unfolded octahedron, meccano, drink carton, matryoshka dolls

12. carrel, needle, thread, frame, flipbook, parade of students in cross formation

13. multiplication table, cup of water, lip, straw, head, reasons why he identifies with another

14. t-shirt, mortar, brick, tick, star, comet

15. wall, hand, fist, air, shaker, memory

16. desk, sausage, lute, fork, violin position, breaker

17. tennis racquet, match, tricycle, courtyard, path, door

18. doge, man, shirt, bra, woman, trivia card

19. conversation partner, table, circle, stirring capsule, timer, apple

20. scholar, model bird, sphere lantern, string, wig, gown

21. book, ledge, magnifying glass, rope, panorama, judge

22. block, chopstick, scraper, stand, top, bottle

23. strip, pen, glove, water line symbol, crank, tuning fork

24. wheat, tofu, Inca quipu, soccer ball, dough, furrow

25. lens, star, pipette, bridge, aquarium, baloon

26. mask, sunglasses, sesame seed, face, mufti, bookmark

27. house model, triangle, map, path, stop sign, moon symbol

28. shipwheel, triangle constellation, star's point, island, cardboard strip, ship model

29. flower, petal, blueberry, rectangle, scissors, secant line

30. pot, peach, rose, cup, shield, lid

31. king, crown, pentagon, bubble balance, box, throne

32. acorn, candle, wick, pocket, bag with compartments, nut hammer

7 Room

1. The polytechnic designer prepared to plan for no walls between rooms in the polytechnic. It would be cold He did this by eating from the flat bowl. First, he touched the left side of the pea. Second, he touched the right side of the pea with another finger on his hand. Third, he moved the pea to the left. In this way, the polytechnic designer prepared to plan for no walls between rooms in the polytechnic by eating from the flat bowl.

2. The airlifter prepared to count the number of rescued crew. He did this by writing 'A' with the chalk. First, he lifted his hand to the line. Second, he applied the chalk to the blackboard. Third, he wrote the letter 'A'. In this way, the airlifter prepared to count the number of rescued crew by writing 'A' with the chalk.

3. The airlifter prepared to test that all of the rescued crewmember's articles of clothing were securely worn. He did this by eating the slice of cake. First, he ate the strawberry. Second, he ate the cake topping. Third, he ate the main part of the slice of cake. In this way, the airlifter prepared to test that all of the rescued crewmember's articles of clothing were securely worn by eating the slice of cake.

4. The rocket artist prepared to draw the regions of the rocket. He did this by cutting out the letter. First, he opened the scissors at the edge of the paper. Second, he cut along the lines of the outside of the letter. Third, he folded the paper in half, made a cut in in the hole of the letter, and cut out the hole. In this way, the rocket artist prepared to draw the regions of the rocket by cutting out the letter.

5. The pilot prepared to test the system was working. He did this by lighting the candle. First, he made sure the candle was upright. Second, he lit the candle. Third, he made sure the flame stayed alight. In this way, the pilot prepared to test the system was working by lighting the candle.

6. The helicopter pilot prepared to remove the lavender from the heliport. She did this by burning the aromatherapy oil. First, she squeezed oil from eucalyptus leaves into water. Second, she rubbed two sticks together to produce a fire. Third, she evaporated the liquid to produce an aroma. In this way, the helicopter pilot prepared to remove the lavender from the heliport by burning the aromatherapy oil.

7. The helicopter pilot prepared to take off and land. He did this by heating the vegan sausage. First, he placed it in a pan. Second, he lit a fire. Third, he heated the sausage in the pan over the fire. In this way, the helicopter pilot prepared to take off and land by heating the vegan sausage.

8. The body artist prepared to mimic a sapling. He did this by painting himself green with body paint. First, he uncapped the body paint. Second, he applied the body paint to a brush. Third, he applied the brush to his body. In this way, the body artist prepared to mimic a sapling by painting himself green with body paint.

9. The swimmer prepared to kick the water with his feet. He did this by feeling his heartbeat. First, he undid his shirt. Second, he placed his hand on his heart. Third, he felt it beat once. In this way, the swimmer prepared to kick the water with his feet by feeling his heartbeat.

10. The artist prepared to dabble with the paints. He did this by adding milk to the cake mixture. First, he opened the carton of milk. Second, he placed it over the mixture. Third, he poured it onto the mixture. In this way, the artist prepared to dabble with the paints by adding milk to the cake mixture.

11. The millinery consultant prepared to manufacture the hat. He did this by writing an emoticon. First, he wrote a colon (":") representing a man's eyes. Second, he wrote a hyphen ("-") representing his nose. Third he wrote a right parenthesis (")") representing his mouth. In this way, the millinery consultant prepared to manufacture the hat by writing an emoticon.

12. The Lord prepared to appear based on objects. He did this by eating the candy cane. First, he licked the crook. Second, he ate the stick. Third, he digested the base. In this way, the Lord prepared to appear based on objects by eating the candy cane.

13. The doctor prepared to eat the meal with a knife and fork. He did this by eating the soufflé. First, he licked the sweet top. Second, he lifted the spoon. Second, he made an incision in the soufflé. In this way, the doctor prepared to eat the meal with a knife and fork by eating the soufflé.

14. The astronaut prepared to ride to the launch pad in the shuttle bus. He did this by eating the ship lolly. First, he held the lolly with one hand. Second, he unwrapped the lolly. Third, he ate the lolly. In this way, the astronauts prepared to ride to the launch pad in the shuttle bus by eating the ship lolly.

15. The astronaut prepared to travel through the space dock. She did this by eating the sphere space station jube. First, she placed it in front of her. Second, she melted it on her tongue. Third, she swallowed it. In this way, the astronaut prepared to travel through the space dock by eating the spherical space station jube.

16. The central nervous system specialist tested that the program worked. He did this by opening the deck chair. First, he placed the bottom of the back of it on the ground. Second, he held the folded seat with one of his hands. Third, he unfolded the seat, so that all four legs were touching the ground. In this way, the central nervous system specialist tested that the program worked by opening the deck chair.

17. The heart specialist constructed a heart beat triangle. He did this by licking the triangular lollipop. First, he licked the lollipop. Second, he tasted the guava lollipop. Third, he bit it. In this way, heart specialist constructed a heart beat triangle by licking the triangular lollipop.

18. The physiologist read the answer in the book. He did this by eating the spinach. First, he uncurled it. Then, he pinned down all four corners of it. Third, he cut a square from it and ate it. In this way, the physiologist read the answer in the book by eating the spinach.

19. The theologian scientifically tested whether God had a higher quality of life. She did this by eating the seaweed. First, she stood on the shore. Second, she waded in to the sea. Third, she collected and ate the seaweed. In this way, the theologian scientifically tested whether God had a higher quality of life by eating the seaweed.

20. The roboticist prepared to operate on Toby to be positive. He did this by shredding the spinach. First, he cut the spinach. Second, he placed it in strips. Third, he lined up the strips in a square. In this way, the roboticist operated on Toby to be prepared to be positive by shredding the spinach.

21. The astronaut prepared to live in a house. He did this by eating the sesame seed. First, he removed it from its packet. Second, he pressed it onto his bottom lip. Third, he chewed it. In this way, the astronaut prepared to live in a house by eating the sesame seed.

22. The geneticist prepared a plan for Earth Two. He did this by oiling the carrot. First, he oiled the pan. Second, he placed the carrot in the pan. Third, he removed the carrot. In this way, the geneticist prepared a plan for Earth Two by oiling the carrot.

23. The farmer prepared to hold a candle at its base. He did this by eating the turnip. First, he chopped off its head. Second, he chopped off its stalk. Third, he ate it. In this way, the farmer prepared to hold a candle at its base by eating the turnip.

24. The neuroscientist prepared to match the picture with the signal going to the brain. He did this by rotating circular food server. First, he held the circle in front of him. Second, he rotated the circle 45 degrees clockwise. Third, he noticed that the bowl of bean curd was in front of him. In this way, the neuroscientist prepared to match the picture with the signal going to the brain by rotating circular food server.

25. The neuroscientist prepared to copy the information in the brain cell. He did this by drinking with the straw. First, he placed the straw in the apple juice. Second, he placed his lips around the straw. Third, he drank the apple juice. In this way, the neuroscientist prepared to copy the information in the brain cell by drinking with the straw.

26. The neuroscientist prepared to download all the information directly relevant to a thought from the brain. He did this by pouring the water down the sink. First, he lifted the glass of water. Second, he positioned it above the sink. Third, he emptied it into the sink. In this way, the neuroscientist prepared to download all the information directly relevant to a thought from the brain by pouring the water down the sink.

27. The neuroscientist prepared to order the brain data in a string. He did this by pressing a flower. First, he placed the press on the table. Second, he placed the paper in the press. Third, he placed the flower in the press. In this way, the neuroscientist prepared to order the brain data in a string by pressing a flower.

28. The neuroscientist prepared to examine a conclusion structure in the brain. He did this by jumping with his knees. First, he bent his knees. Second, he pushed off the ground. Third, he lifted his feet into the air. In this way, the neuroscientist prepared to examine a conclusion structure in the brain by jumping with his knees.

29. The neuroscientist prepared to examine a reason structure in the brain. He did this by making olive paste. First, he placed a pitted olive on the chopping board. Second, he cut the olive into squares. Third, he mashed the olive with a pestle. In this way, the neuroscientist prepared to examine a reason structure in the brain by making olive paste.

30. The neuroscientist achieved the highest quality pinnacle in science. He did this by photographing the setting from the mountain. First, he walked from the subject to the mountain. Second, he climbed the mountain. Third, he photographed the subject from the mountain. In this way, the neuroscientist achieved the highest quality pinnacle in science by photographing the setting from the mountain.

31. The professor prepared to execute the brain program. He did this by dismantling and measuring the components of the pinhole camera. First, he took the top off the camera. Second, he took out the paper. Third, he measured the illustration on the paper. In this way, the professor prepared to execute the brain program by dismantling and measuring the components of the pinhole camera.

32. The neuroscientist identified colours of different anatomical regions of the brain, each with different functions. She did this by tasting the lolly's differently coloured parts. First, she chose a lolly. Second, she chose one of its parts. Third, she tasted the part. In this way, the neuroscientist identified colours of different anatomical regions of the brain, each with different functions, by tasting the lolly's differently coloured parts.

Room Breasoning List

1. Polyhedron, flat bowl, pea, mitten, margarine, wall

2. Lift, chalk, line, blackboard, A, crewmember

3. Airlifter, cake, strawberry, topping, slice of pie, clothing top

4. Rocket, letter, scissors, outline, paper, hole, paintbrush

5. Plane, candle, candle stick holder, match, flip book, musical note

6. Helicopter, aromatherapy burner, eucalyptus leaf, stick, liquid, heliport

7. Helicopter pilot, vegan sausage, pan, fireplace, fire, launch pad

8. Person, green paint, cap, brush, art, sapling

9. Swimmer, heart model, shirt, hand, beater, pool

10. Artist, glass of milk, raisin, carton, spout, paint mixture

11. Hat, face, colon, hyphen, right parenthesis, consultant

12. Lord, candy, crook, stick, base, picture

13. Doctor, soufflé, sweet, spoon, scalpel, knife

14. Astronaut, ship lolly, paper holder, wrapper, dentures, shuttle bus

15. Space dock, sphere jube, plate, tongue, stomach, space station

16. Brain, deck chair, leg, clamp, square on ground, program listing

17. Heart specialist, triangular lollipop, napkin, guava, incisor, triangle

18. Physiologist, spinach, curler, pin, cutter, book

19. Theologian, seaweed, shore, pants, bowl, pocket

20. Robot, celery, fork, strip, glaze, plus sign

21. Star, sesame seed, packet, bottom lip, molar, house

22. Geneticist, carrot, pot, oil, paper clip, Earth Two

23. Farmer, turnip, head, stalk, eatery, base

24. Neuroscientist, circular food server, glove, 45 degree angle, bean curd, signal

25. Information, straw, glass of apple juice, mouth, bottle, brain cell

26. Download paper, sink, glass of water, bull's eye, plughole, star

27. String, flower, press, paper, clamp nut, hierarchical marker

28. Conclusion, jumper, knee, ground, air object, spider

29. Reason, olive paste, chopping board, grid, pestle, child

30. Discovery marker, mountain, subject, backpack, photograph, pinnacle

31. Professor, brain program assembly, pinhole camera, lid, paper, illustration, paper roll

32. Coloured paper, lolly, box, stick, taste bud, mathematical function

8 Part of Room

1. The blind girl's teacher prepared to sit down. He did this by lolling the rice paper cylinder with his tongue. First, he touched the bottom of it with his tongue. Second, he touched the top-left of it with his tongue. Third, he touched the top-right of it with his tongue. In this way, the blind girl's teacher prepared to sit down by lolling the rice paper cylinder.

2. The disabilities teacher prepared to wish good luck to all of his students. He did this by squirting the gourd. First, he lifted the gourd to his mouth. Second, he squeezed the gourd. Third, he squirted the gourd into his mouth. In this way, the disabilities teacher prepared to wish good luck to all of his students by squirting the gourd.

3. The disabilities teacher student prepared to ask for each assessment criterion. He did this by washing each part of his face. First, he washed his eyes. Second, he washed his nose. Third, he washed his mouth. In this way, the disabilities teacher student prepared to ask for each assessment criterion by washing each part of his face.

4. The disabilities teacher student prepared to make a 3D model of an adjective describing a competency. He did this by washing the inside of the cylinder. First, he washed the inside of the base. Second, he washed the inside of the side. Third, he washed the inside of the top. In this way, the disabilities teacher student prepared to make a 3D model of an adjective describing a competency by washing the inside of the cylinder.

5. The disabilities teacher student prepared to help the self-preservation of a student. He did this by licking the ice-cream. First, he held the ice-cream by the cone. Second, he licked the ice-cream. Third, he licked the ice-cream until he had finished licking it. In this way, the disabilities teacher student prepared to help the self-preservation of a student by licking the ice-cream.

6. The disabilities teacher student prepared to assess a "done-up" assignment (with a short story containing 64 departmental perspectives about it) and a "seen-as" version of "A" quality written by the student. He did this by placing the bird model in the hole. First, he lifted the bird model up. Second, he walked to the hole. Third, he placed it in the hole. In this way, the disabilities teacher student prepared to assess a "done-up" assignment and a "seen-as" version of "A" quality written by the student by placing the bird model in the hole.

7. The disabilities teacher student tested that the gifted student had thought of five breasonings per idea (ideas with objects measured in the x, y and z dimensions, that a professor would think of as being like cleaning a test tube). He did this by bringing the bird model through the air to his desk. First, he lifted the bird model above his shoulder. Second, he walked to his desk. Third, he placed it on his desk. In this way, the disabilities teacher student tested that the gifted student had thought of five breasonings per idea by bringing the bird model through the air to his desk.

8. The computational Hegelist programmed an example about intersubjectivity. He did this by pretending to fly home, like a bird. First, he stood up from his seat. Second, he raised and lowered his arms repeatedly, like a bird flying. Third, he walked forwards. In this way, the computational Hegelist programmed an example about intersubjectivity by pretending to fly home, like a bird.

9. The philosopher comparing normativity (judgments) with Hegel (intersubjectivity) wrote down the competencies of each subject. He did this by sewing the sheet over itself by 0.01 m. First, he threaded thread through the needle. Second, he positioned the needle at one end of the sheet. Third, he sewed the sheet over itself. In this way, the philosopher comparing normativity with Hegel wrote down the competencies of each subject by sewing the sheet over itself.

10. The Computational human rights philosopher (giving acts and prevention of omissions equal importance) gave both subsistence (acting) rights and security (prevention omissions) rights necessity scores of 10/10. He did this by mixing the apple and cream to put in the pie. First, he put apple in a bowl. Second, he put cream in a bowl. Third, he mixed the apple and cream together. In this way, the Computational human rights philosopher gave both subsistence (acting) rights and security (preventing omissions) rights necessity scores of 10/10 by mixing the apple and cream to put in the pie.

11. The philosopher comparing normativity (judgments) with the human rights philosopher (stating the distinction of acts and prevention of omissions is a mixture) tested that all the subjects' duties (acts) and rights (prevention of omissions) were the same. He did this by separating the lettuce and tomato using a knife and spoon. First, he placed the lettuce and tomato on the plate. Second, he moved the lettuce to the left with the knife. Third, he moved the tomato to the right with the spoon. In this way, the philosopher comparing normativity (judgments) with the human rights philosopher (stating the distinction of acts and prevention of omissions is a mixture) tested that all the subjects' duties (acts) and rights (prevention of omissions) were the same by separating the lettuce and tomato using a knife and spoon.

12. The religious university union club speaker linked a student into a subject by thinking of an "A" (using the ideas from 6. and 7. above) about him. He did this by recognizing whose bedroom it was. First, he matched the sheet colour with that of his friend. Second, he matched the blanket cover colour with that of his friend. Third, he matched the wall colour with that of his friend. In this way, the religious university union club speaker linked a student into a subject by thinking of an "A" about him by recognizing whose bedroom it was.

13. The independent school student chose the best passages to write on. He did this by maintaining good posture to retain his heart health. First, he detected which way was up using his vestibular system. Second, he stood up. Third, he stood up straight. In this way, the independent school student chose the best passages to write on by maintaining good posture to retain his heart health.

14. The school student chose the sentences containing the key term from the question. She did this by reading the book of timetables. First, she selected the correct timetable from the book. Second, she selected the correct day from the timetable. Third, she selected the correct stop for the day from the timetable. In this way, the school student chose the sentences containing the key term from the question by reading the book of timetables.

Part of Room Breasoning List

1. chair, rice paper, tongue, rice, roll, stick

2. pram, gourd, mouth, squeezer, juice, tape measure

3. paper, face, eye, nose, teeth, star

4. apple, cylinder, double bass, sink, lid, tick

5. smiling face, ice-cream, cone, wafer (to test liquid has melted to its thinness, so can eat), spoon, jam

6. story book, hole, sparrow, trousers, street sign, sun-glasses

7. gift, dove, shoulder, desk, desk stand, paper plane (0.1, 0.3, 0.05)

8. web, home, collapsible chair, arm, arrow, Hegel

9. gavel, sheet, thread, needle, ruler, normal distribution

10. human rights philosopher, apple, bowl, cream, whisk, abacus

11. cherry, lettuce, tomato, knife, spoon, research folder

12. hyperlink, bedroom, satin sheet, blanket cover, wall, mirror

13. passage, string, bubble balance, stand, metal tape measure

14. key, book, timetable, calendar, stop, question mark

15. pad, hand, fist, air object, shaker, corner stone

16. pilot's hat, sausage, ruler, fork, skewer, teacup

17. tennis ball, skate board, courtyard, horn, door, triangle

18. Napoleon's hat, suit, shirt, bra, coconut, game piece

19. raft, cabaña, match, wheel, sand timer, 3D axes

20. wig, bird, Japanese light, string, necklace, gown

21. cloth, ledge, tag, clothes line, panorama, judge's seat

22. rune, chair, beard, trousers, red pear, scarlet flower

23. square, biscuit, packet, teeth, plastic wrapper, biteful of lettuce

24. rainbow, gel, tube, stomach, cabinet, starting line

25. blueberry, arch, spoon, toe, sock, academy

26. circle, mother, street sign, street, street number, house

27. runners, hose, cap, tap, carriage, map x

28. shoe lace, hat, finger, hat band, mouth, message

29. critique, artichoke, plate, knife, stick, hologram

9 Direction

1. The fairy godmother prepared to find the present. She did this by testing whether she could see her friend. FIrst, she tested whether the current person had a moustache, like her friend. She also tested whether the current person had a hat, like her friend. She finally tested whether the person also had brown eyes, like her friend. In this way, the fairy godmother prepared to find the present by testing whether she could see her friend.

2. The salesman prepared to give a spiel. He did this by cleaning his mouth before talking. First, he found the detritus in his mouth. Second, he lifted it up. Third, he took it out of his mouth. In this way, the salesman prepared to give a spiel by cleaning his mouth before talking.

3. The oarsman prepared to row the boat. He did this by shaving his beard. First, he clippered the left side of his beard. Second, he clippered the right side of his beard. Third, he clippered the middle of the beard. In this way, the oarsman prepared to row the boat by shaving his beard.

4. The parent prepared to sit the baby upright. He did this by placing the pancake box on its base. First, he rotated the box until he found a side with lettering. Next, he rotated the box until the lettering was legible. Finally, he placed the box on the table with the writing facing forward. In this way, the parent prepared to sit the baby upright by placing the pancake box on its base.

5. The wine maker prepared to taste the wine. He did this by smelling the rose. First, he positioned his nostrils above the rose. Next, he inhaled through his nose with a short, sharp sniff. Finally, he smelled the scent with his olfactory sense. In this way, the wine maker prepared to taste the wine by smelling the rose.

6. The stage manager prepared to hoist the singer. He did this by closing the box. First, he found the lid. Next, he found the tab attached to the lid. Finally, he inserted the tab into the box. In this way, the stage manager prepared to hoist the singer by closing the box.

7. The director prepared to count how many actors the light was shining on. He did this by counting the blades of grass. First, he tested for the grass root. Second, he tested the blade of grass was at least 0.03 metres tall. Third, he repeated this process until he had counted all the blades of grass. In this way, the director prepared to count how many actors the light was shining on by counting the blades of grass.

8. The ice cream parlour owner prepared to eat the ice cream. She did this by facing the wardrobe. First, she tested that the wardrobe had doors. Second, she tested that it had the depth of a wardrobe. Third, she tested that it had the height of a wardrobe. In this way, the ice cream parlour owner prepared to eat the ice cream by facing the wardrobe.

9. The muesli bar manufacturer wrapped the muesli bar in plastic. He did this by wrapping the ribbon around the tennis racket handle. First, he placed the ribbon perpendicular to the handle. Second, he held it against the handle. Third, he wrapped it around the handle. In this way, the muesli bar manufacturer wrapped the muesli bar in plastic by wrapping the ribbon around the tennis racket handle.

10. The ice cream parlour customer licked the ice cream. He did this by hosing himself. First, he pointed the hose at the ground. Second, he turned the water on. Third, he wiggled the water all over his body, from his head down. In this way, the ice cream parlour customer licked the ice cream by hosing himself.

11. The cabbage grower prepared space to grow the cabbage. He did this by swinging the pendulum. First, he placed his hand over a point. Then, he moved his hand forward quickly over a small distance. Finally, he moved the ball of the pendulum over a point in front of the other point. In this way, the cabbage grower prepared space to grow the cabbage by swinging the pendulum.

12. The old man prepared to dig a flower bed. He did this by eating meringue with a cube-ended spoon. First, he held the spoon with its handle pointing up and the concavity of the spoon facing the side of the meringue. Second, he moved the spoon, scooping a cubeful of meringue. Third, he removed the spoon from the meringue. In this way, the old man prepared to dig a flower bed by eating meringue with a cube-ended spoon.

13. The sailor prepared to stake the sea-grass friendly anchor. She did this by applying the eyeshadow between her eye and eyebrow. First, she applied powder to the brush. Second, she placed the brush between her eye and eyebrow. Third, she rubbed the brush between her eye and eyebrow. In this way, the sailor prepared to stake the sea-grass friendly anchor by applying the eyeshadow between her eye and eyebrow.

14. The biochemist prepared to find the key protein. He did this by finding the needle in the haystack. First, he tested whether a hay needle was a hay needle by observing that it didn't reflect light when a torch was shone on it. Second, he tested whether a hay needle was a silver needle by observing that it reflected light when a torch was shone on it. Third, he repeated the first step until the second step was done. In this way, the biochemist prepared to find the key protein by finding the needle in the haystack.

15. The marine biologist put a strut in the whale's mouth. He did this by finding the rim of a jar. First, he found the jar in the pantry. Second, he found the top of the jar. Third, he traced the rim of the jar with a spoon. In this way, the marine biologist put a strut in the whale's mouth by finding the rim.

16. The ninja prepared to jump off the sand dune. He did this by lying on the lilo. First, he lay on the lilo beside the pool. Then, he launched the lilo on the pool. Finally, he went to sleep on the lilo. In this way, the ninja prepared to jump off the sand dune by lying on the lilo.

17. The observatory technician inspected both sides of the sky. She did this by looking at the lily pad. First, she sat on the lily pad. Second, she looked at the left side of the lily pad. Third, she inspected the right side of the lily pad. In this way, the observatory technician inspected both sides of the sky by looking at the lily pad.

18. Snow White prepared to eat the apple. She did this by swimming between the lily pads. First, she placed his head above the water. Second, she swam to the right of the left lily pad and the left of the right lily pad. Third, she climbed out of the pond when she reached the other side. In this way, Snow White prepared to eat the apple by swimming between the lily pads.

19. The window manufacturer moved the track ball bearings into place. He did this by parking the tricycle. First, he stopped pedalling when he reached the end of the path. Second, he stood up next to the tricycle. Third, he rolled the tricycle off the path. In this way, the window manufacturer moved the track ball bearings into place by parking the tricycle.

20. The actor playing Goldilocks prepared to hold the spoon for the porridge. She did this by holding the sheet of paper. First, she picked up the paper. Next, she held it up to read it. Finally, she placed it on the table. In this way, the actor playing Goldilocks prepared to hold the spoon for the porridge by holding the sheet of paper.

21. The construction site manager turned the door handle. He did this by licking around the ice cream. First, he licked the front of the ice cream. Second, he licked to the front-left of the ice cream. Third, he licked to the left of the ice cream. In this way, the construction site manager turned the door handle by licking around the ice cream.

22. The swimmer squeezed the flotation device between her thighs. She did this by squeezing the bottle. First, she placed her right thumb on the left side of the bottle. Second, she placed her right index finger on the right side of the bottle. Third, she squeezed the bottle between her thumb and index finger. In this way, the swimmer squeezed the flotation device between her thighs by squeezing the bottle.

23. The sign writer prepared to write letters out for a hearing impaired client. He did this by stroking his hand. First, he placed his right index finger on the left of his left palm. Second, he moved it across his palm. Third, he stopped when it reached the right of his palm. In this way, the sign writer prepared to write letters out for a hearing impaired client by stroking his hand.

24. The cell biologist prepared to test that the cell cycle worked. He did this by licking the rim of his glass. First, he placed the tip of his tongue at the front of the rim. Second, he moved his tongue around the rim. Third, he stopped when he had completed licking the rim of the glass. In this way, the cell biologist prepared to test that the cell cycle worked by licking the rim of his glass.

25. The doctor prepared to eat the rice ball. He did this by rotating his tongue. First, he licked above his mouth. Second, he lowered his tongue. Third, he stopped when it was horizontal. In this way, the doctor prepared to eat the rice ball by rotating his tongue.

26. The doctor prepared to inject the patient. She did this by walking along the side of the curving canal. First, she measured ten metres away from the edge of the canal, to point A. Second, she measured ten metres away from the edge ten metres along the edge of the canal, to point B. Third, she walked from point A to point B. In this way, the doctor prepared to inject the patient by walking along the side of the curving canal.

27. The hairstylist prepared to give his client a haircut. He did this by peeling the onion. First, he cut from the top to the bottom down one side. Second, he cut from the top to the bottom down the other side. Thirdly, he peeled the skin from the onion. In this way, the hairstylist prepared to give his client a haircut by peeling the onion.

28. The rower prepared to be on the lookout for his destination. He did this by jumping onto the bed. First, he stood on the bed. Second, he jumped spread-eagled on the bed. Third, he jumped back to a standing position. In this way, the rower prepared to be on the lookout for his destination by jumping onto the bed.

29. The pedestrian crossed the road between the traffic islands. He did this by crossing over the creek. First, he found where the left bank went closer to the centre of the creek. Second, he found where the right bank went closer to the centre of the creek. Third, he jumped where the two sides of the creek converged. In this way, the pedestrian crossed the road between the traffic islands by crossing over the creek.

30. The mountaineer prepared to build the antenna on top of the mountain. He did this by listening through the keyhole. First, he waited until the people had entered the room. Second, he pressed his ear hole against the keyhole. Third, he entered the room when the amplitude of sound was zero. In this way, the mountaineer prepared to build the antenna on top of the mountain by listening through the keyhole.

31. The doctor looked at the spot using a magnifying glass. He did this by looking through the peephole. First, he faced the peephole. Second, he pointed his eye through the peephole. Third, he looked at the object through the peephole. In this way, the doctor looked at the spot using a magnifying glass by looking through the peephole.

32. The clothing manufacturer tested that the clothing was not twisted when it was sewn up. He did this by winding wool around his hand. First, he tested that the first part of the wool wasn't twisted. Second, he wound it around his hand without twisting it. Third, he continued to wind it around his hand until its end. In this way, the clothing manufacturer tested that the clothing was not twisted when it was sewn up by winding wool around his hand.

Direction Breasoning List

1. plum, glasses, moustache, hat, brown iris, present

2. receipt, toothbrush, marshmallow, tweezers, glass of water, scroll

3. oar, beard, scissors, flag, goatee

4. nappy, pancake, box, letter, model cart, high chair

5. bottle, rose, nostril, balloon, bulb, vase

6. cloth rope, shoe box, lid, tab, bookmark, stage

7. three actors of different heights, blade of grass, terracotta tile, framework, lawn, torch

8. ice cream, wardrobe, doors, coat, tiara, strawberry

9. muesli bar, ribbon, tennis racket handle, stethoscope, wrapper, tennis racket string

10. counter, hose, tap, bucket of water, banana, spatula

11. cabbage, pendulum, circle, boxing glove, halo, swing

12. flower, meringue, spoon, briefcase, wheel barrow, flower bed

13. anchor, eyes, powder, brush, rubber, sea-grass

14. model protein, needle, hay needle, coin, haystack, chemical

15. seaweed, jar, shelf, hinge, bakelite spoon, strut

16. wooden knife, lilo, pool, jetty, wool, sand dune

17. planetarium, lily pad, seat, lily, violin bow, telescope

18. apple, bathers, rubber band, crabgrass, pond, leaf

19. window, scooter, pedal, parking sign, street, ball bearings

20. blonde wig, sheet of paper, in-box, candle, table, bowl of porridge

21. door handle, cone, head light, horn, water bottle, plastic building block

22. floatation device, bottle, index, rubber glove, orange juice, goggles

23. sign, feather, note, wand, palm frond, letter of alphabet

24. cell model, glass, tongue model, plastic circle, paper clip, balloon

25. rice ball, planet model, whisker, stairs, ruler, carrot

26. syringe, arc, rope, clapper board, yew tree, runners

27. secateurs, onion, onion skin, Earth hemisphere model, peeler, comb

28. rowing boat, bed, stand, eagle lectern, star model, lookout

29. traffic island, creek bed, traffic signal, sign, asymptote, socks

30. antenna, keyhole, draft sausage, earring, sine graph, hiking boots

31. magnifying glass, peephole, fence board, string, fir tree, spot

32. seam, wool, strip of paper, glove, cylinder, clothing label.

10 Time to Prepare

1. The cancer researcher prepared to discover the cure for cancer. He did this by unzipping the purse. First, he observed that it was empty. Second, he observed that it was half-full. Third, he unzipped it when it was full. In this way, the cancer scientist prepared to work out when the cell would die by apoptosis by unzipping the purse.

2. The AIDS researcher prepared to discover the cure for AIDS. He did this by wrapping the carrot in cellophane. First, he held the carrot upright with one hand. Second, he placed the cellophane against the carrot with his other hand. Third, he wrapped the carrot in cellophane. In this way, the AIDS scientist prepared to work out how a patient should prevent AIDS by wrapping the carrot in cellophane.

3. The influenza researcher prepared to discover the cure for influenza. He did this by crawling into a room through a hole. First, he bent down next to the hole. Second, he crawled through the hole. Third, he entered the room. In this way, the influenza researcher prepared to discover the cure for influenza by crawling into a room through a hole.

4. The church priest prepared to swallow the leftover wine. He did this by licking the liquid from the spoon. First, placed his mouth over the liquid at the tip of the spoon. Second, he drank the liquid with suction. Third, he continued to do this until there was no liquid left over. In this way, the church priest prepared to swallow the leftover wine by licking the liquid from the spoon.

5. The biochemist prepared to investigate the way the proteins worked in a line with two parts going well together. He did this by oscillating the cloth left and right. First, he placed his hand on the cloth. Second, he moved the cloth to the right. Third, he removed his hand from the cloth. In this way, the biochemist prepared to investigate the way the proteins worked in a line with two parts going well together by oscillating the cloth left and right.

6. The earth scientist prepared to study how the earth was formed. He did this by rotating the tip of his tongue. First, he lifted the tip of his tongue up. Second, he lowered it slightly. Third, he lowered it to the bottom. In this way, the earth scientist prepared to study how rotating the tip of his tongue formed the earth.

7. The mechanic prepared to lift the cloth from the car. He did this by lifting the aluminum can. First, he chose the can with the red flower printed on it. Second, he opened it. Third, he lifted it up vertically. In this way, the mechanic prepared to lift the cloth from the car by lifting the aluminum can.

8. The pilot prepared to eat a butterscotch tablet. He did this by nudging the snake lolly to his left set of molars. First, he placed the snake on his tongue. Second, he moved it to his left molars. Third, he closed his teeth over the snake. In this way, the pilot prepared to eat a butterscotch tablet by nudging the snake lolly to his left set of molars.

9. The doctor prepared a glass by wiping it. He did this by eating the rice paper roll. First, he unwrapped it. Second, he bit a rice grain from one end. Third, he chewed and swallowed the rice grain. In this way, the doctor prepared a glass by wiping it by eating the rice paper roll.

10. The farmer prepared to count the number of trout swimming through a plane per second. He did this by calculating the tadpole distribution. First, he measured the line's length. Second, he counted the tadpoles above the line. Third, he calculated the tadpole distribution by dividing the number of tadpoles by the line's length. In this way, the farmer prepared to count the number of trout swimming through a plane per second by calculating the tadpole distribution.

11. The teacher prepared to represent being interested in a lesson by "dotting it on". He did this by climbing the rope ladder. First, he found the correct ladder. Second, he tested that the ladder was about to start. Third, he climbed the ladder with his arms and legs. In this way, the teacher prepared to represent being interested in a lesson by "dotting it on" by climbing the rope ladder.

12. The pianist prepared to examine a biological noumenon. He did this by writing evidence for his positive thoughts. First, he observed an object. Second, he thought of another object that he had experienced the first object as having causal implications on the first one. Third, he wrote the name of the second object. In this way, the pianist prepared to examine a biological noumenon by writing evidence for his positive thoughts.

13. The swimmer prepared to swim a lap in the pool. He did this by practising rowing in the rowing boat. First, he held the oar with both hands. Second, he moved the oar backwards, towards him. Third, he moved the oar handle upwards. In this way, the swimmer prepared to swim a lap in the pool by practising rowing in the rowing boat.

14. The psychiatrist prepared to lift the child model on to the step. She did this by placing the crane model on the ground. First, she lowered the hook. Second, she sat the child model on the hook. Third, she lifted the child up. In this way, the psychiatrist prepared to lift the child model on to the step by placing the crane model on the ground.

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15. The Cosmologist prepared to connect the idea to the road symbol. He did this by painting the road symbol on the road. First, he placed the template on the road. Second, he sprayed through the holes in the template. Third, he lifted the template from the ground. In this way, the Cosmologist prepared to connect the idea to the road symbol by painting the road symbol on the road.

16. The pop musician prepared to walk to the meditation centre. He did this by recognising himself in the mirror. First, he stood in front of the mirror. Second, he looked at himself. Third, he tested that the image's features matched his own. In this way, the pop musician prepared to walk to the meditation centre by recognising himself in the mirror.

17. The neuroscientist prepared to test that he could read the brain's thoughts. He did this by testing that the glass was clean. First, he looked at the glass. Second, he placed the cloth on the glass. Third, he polished the glass. In this way, the neuroscientist prepared to test that he could read the brain's thoughts by testing that the glass was clean.

18. The neuroscientist prepared to read the letter in the brain. He did this by licking the letter's shape. First, he licked the 'A''s left side. Second, he licked the 'A''s right side. Third, he licked its cross bar. In this way, the neuroscientist prepared to read the letter in the brain by licking the letter's shape.

19. The neuroscientist prepared to greedson out the thought, in other words, packed it to be moved. He did this by tying the sack up. First, he placed the contents on the ground. Second, he placed it in the sack. Third, he tied up the sack. In this way, the neuroscientist prepared to greedson out the thought, in other words, packed it to be moved by tying the sack up.

20. The neuroscientist prepared to test that the start of the thought was highlighted. He did this by testing whether his top half was warm. First, he calculated the average skin temperature of his top half. Second, he found which temperature range it was in. For example, the temperature was warm because it was between 15 at 25 degrees centigrade. In this way, the neuroscientist prepared to test that the start of the thought was highlighted by testing whether his top half was warm.

21. The neuroscientist prepared to show the visitors around thoughts like a particular thought. He did this by selecting the warm jumper. First, he tried on the thin jumper. Second, he tried on the thick jumper. Third, he selected the medium-thickness jumper. In this way, the neuroscientist prepared to show the visitors around thoughts like a particular thought by selecting the warm jumper.

22. The neuroscientist prepared to test that his conclusion was perfectly expressed. He did this by wearing the jumper uniformly. First, he pulled it down his arms. Second, he pulled it down his front. Third, he pulled it down his back. In this way, the neuroscientist prepared to test that his conclusion was perfectly expressed by wearing the jumper uniformly.

23. The neuroscientist prepared to store the memo in a cold place in the house. He did this by lying in a cool place. First, he measured the temperature beside his pool. Second, he measured the temperature in his bedroom. Third, he went to bed in the bedroom because it was cooler there. In this way, the neuroscientist prepared to store the memo in a cold place in the house by lying in a cool place.

24. The neuroscientist prepared to measure the number of serotonin molecules (or whether he felt like he was at home). He did this by sewing two layers of pillows together to make a bed. First, he sewed together 8 pillows together lengthways to form the bottom layer. Second, he sewed together 8 pillows together lengthways to form the top layer. Third, he placed the top layer above the bottom layer, so that the pillows in the top layer covered those in the bottom layer. In this way, the neuroscientist prepared to measure the number of serotonin molecules by sewing two layers of pillows together to make a bed.

25. The neuroscientist prepared to measure the student's achievement level over time in a mathematics test. He did this by lying diagonally across the bed. First, he lay across the x axis of the bed. Second, he placed a marker at the x and y co-ordinates where the book was. Third, he lied diagonally across the bed, touching the marker. In this way, the neuroscientist prepared to measure the student's achievement level over time in a mathematics test by lying diagonally across the bed.

26. The cake maker prepared to ice the cake. He did this by creaming the pie. First, he removed the cream's lid. Second, he inserted a spoon in the cream. Third, he placed a dollop on the pie. In this way, the cake maker prepared to ice the cake by creaming the pie.

27. The bottler prepared to put a cork in the bottle. He did this by closing the refrigerator door. First, he pushed the door with his hand. Second, he lifted the latch. Third, he closed the door. In this way, the bottler prepared to put a cork in the bottle by closing the refrigerator door.

28. The neuroscientist closed the book about the brain. She did this by closing the birdcage door. First, he put the bird in the cage. Second, he closed the door. Third, he put the towel over the cage. In this way, the neuroscientist closed the book about the brain by closing the birdcage door.

Time to Prepare Breasoning list

1. research paper, purse, money note, coin, zip, balloon

2. rye bread, carrot, cellophane, stand, handle, sandwich

3. handkerchief, bed, bedside table, nappy, door, tennis racket

4. glass, spoon, olive oil, tube, doughnut, tongue

5. test tube, cloth, grandfather dial, conductor's baton, hand model, latch

6. earth, paddle, basket, medal, base, pencil

7. silk, can, flower, can opener, vertex co-ordinates, model car

8. tablet, snake lolly, tweezers, molar, teeth, plane model

9. glass, sushi, rice, incisor, canine, buggy

10. trout model, tadpole model, line, string, present, flat plane

11. magnet, ladder, rope, golf hole, arm model, thin balloon

12. xylophone, plus sign, hammer, nail, object name, kidney bean

13. bathers, boat, oar, lever, glove, pool

14. brain model, crane model, hook, child model, seat, step

15. universe model, road symbol, road, template, hole, goddess

16. meditation centre, mirror, hall, paper, flip-book, stave

17. nut, glass, glasses, cloth, glass of water, book

18. letter, tongue, number, tick, cricket bails, box

19. napkin, sack, pamphlet, park, rope, wheel-barrow

20. highlighter, crust, thermometer, window, warmer, label

21. tour guide, jumper, biscuit, wool, bridge, thought package

22. expression, uniform, arm, chest, back, conclusion

23. memo, cool room, pool, bed, fan, blanket

24. ball, pillow, sheet, mattress, pyjamas, test tube

25. equal sign, diagonal, bed foot, marker, bed side table, blind

26. cake, cream, lid, spoon, dollop, icing

27. bottle, cool box, hand, latch, door, cork

28. journal article, birdcage, bird, cage door, towel, brainstem

29. house

11 Time to Do

1. The cell biologist prepared to study apoptosis (programmed cell death). He did this by licking the surface area of the ice cream model. First, he constructed a cubic ice cream model from a paper cut-out. Second, he stamped a lick mark on the bottom level. Third, he stamped a lick mark on each square from the next level up, and so on, until the whole ice cream model had been covered. In this way, the cell biologist prepared to study apoptosis (programmed cell death) by licking the surface area of the ice cream model.

2. The butler prepared to polish the knife. He did this by licking the length of the head of the spoon. First, he started at the end of the head closer to the middle. Second, he licked the head of the spoon. Third, he finished licking at the end of the spoon. In this way, the butler prepared to polish the knife by licking the length of the head of the spoon.

3. The geneticist prepared to examine the limbs being developed one at a time. He did this by stirring with the spoon. First, he inserted the spoon into the pot. Second, he moved the spoon from behind the biggest piece to behind the next biggest piece in the liquid. Third, he stopped after stirring the biggest five pieces. In this way, the geneticist prepared to examine the limbs being developed one at a time by stirring with the spoon.

4. The physicist prepared to split the particle. He did this by taping a pin to a spoon. First, he put tape across a pin. Second, he placed the pin with the tape on the spoon's handle, with the pin pointing outwards. Third, he fastened the tape to the spoon. In this way, the physicist prepared to split the particle by taping a pin to a spoon.

5. The director prepared to watch through the middle of the model molecule. He did this by holding on to the tofu while he skewered it. First, he held the tofu in place. Second, he placed the skewer's point in the centre of the top of the tofu. Third, he pushed the skewer through the tofu. In this way, the director prepared to watch through the middle of the model molecule by holding on to the tofu while he skewered it.

6. The cowboy prepared to lasso the cow. She did this by testing that the cube was empty. First, she tested that the ball was placed in the cube. Second, she tested that the ball was taken out of the cube. Third, she tested that the cube had no other balls in it. In this way, the cowboy prepared to lasso the cow by testing that the cube was empty.

7. The biochemist prepared to write down the value. He did this by opening out and measuring the volume of the lollipop. First, he counted the number of units wide it was. Then, he multiplied this by the number of units deep it was. Then, he multiplied this by the number of units high it was. In this way, the biochemist prepared to write down the value by opening out and measuring the volume of the lollipop.

8. The philosopher prepared to write down reasons for an argument. He did this by opening the umbrella. First, he held the umbrella by its crook handle. Second, he held the runner. Third, he unfurled the umbrella. In this way, the philosopher prepared to write down reasons for a conclusion by opening the umbrella.

9. The philosopher prepared to write down objections to an argument. He did this by repeatedly opening and closing the umbrella to act as a fan. First, he held the umbrella to the side. Second, he half-opened the umbrella quickly. Third, he half-closed the umbrella quickly. In this way, the philosopher prepared to write down objections to an argument by repeatedly opening and closing the umbrella to act as a fan.

10. The biochemist prepared to test that the process was perfectly expressed. He did this by multiplying the quantity by ten, and then measured it. First, he read the original quantity. Second, he multiplied this quantity by ten. Third, he measured this quantity. In this way, the biochemist prepared to test that the process was perfectly expressed by multiplying the quantity by ten, and then measured it.

11. The scientist prepared to smile to the camera. He did this by holding the nut between his teeth. First, he held the nut next to his mouth. Second, he placed it on the tip of his bottom teeth. Third, he gently closed his top and bottom teeth, gripping the nut. In this way, the scientist prepared to smile to the camera by holding the nut between his teeth.

12. The scientist prepared to sign an autograph in a book. He did this by licking the centre of the spoon. First, he held the spoon up to his lips. Then, he dipped his head. Then, he licked the centre of the spoon. In this way, the scientist prepared to sign an autograph in a book by licking the centre of the spoon.

13. The scientist prepared to sign the stack of books. She did this by licking the three spoons. First, she licked the first spoon. Second, she licked the second spoon. Third, she licked the third spoon. In this way, the scientist prepared to sign the stack of books by licking the three spoons.

14. The scientist prepared to lick a small part, and then a large part of the lolly. He did this by drawing a diagram of the apparatus. First, he looked at the slide using the microscope slide. Second, he wrote the bar scale on a sheet of paper. Third, he drew the image he saw using the microscope on the paper. In this way, the scientist prepared to lick a small part, and then a large part of the lolly by drawing a diagram of the apparatus.

15. The biochemist prepared to lick the left and right sides of the lolly. She did this by tracing the pathway through the biochemical system. First, she looked at where the chemical started. Second, she traced its progress on a space versus time graph. Third, she recorded her observations of the chemical. In this way, the biochemist prepared to lick the left and right sides of the lolly by tracing the pathway through the biochemical system.

16. The biochemist prepared to prop up the pillow. He did this by licking the spoon. First, he placed the spoon in his mouth. Second, he licked the bottom of the spoon. Third, he licked the top of the spoon. In this way, the biochemist prepared to prop up the pillow by licking the spoon.

17. The biochemist prepared to hold up a model protein at assembly. He did this by testing whether there was fruit on the other side of the store using a mirror. First, he held a mirror in front of him. Second, he looked at the other side of the store using the mirror. Third, he observed whether there was fruit visible in the mirror. In this way, the biochemist prepared to hold up a model molecule at assembly by testing whether there was fruit on the other side of the store using a mirror.

18. The manager prepared to find a building of the right size. He did this by examining the image using a magnifying glass. First, he positioned the magnifying glass 0.05 m above the map. Next, he moved it over the fine text. Finally, he read the fine text. In this way, the manager prepared to find a building of the right size by examining the image using a magnifying glass.

19. The planetarium manager prepared to climb a ladder to maintain the planetarium. He did this by inserting a star with a rod attached to it into a hole. First, he placed the rod above the hole. Second, he pushed it into the hole. Third, he made sure it would not slide out. In this way, the planetarium manager prepared to climb a ladder to maintain the planetarium by inserting a star with a rod attached to it into a hole.

20. The actor prepared to make another actor famous. He did this by placing the two lolly snakes in his mouth. First, he placed the two lolly snakes side by side in his hand. Second, he bit off part of both of them. Third, he continued to eat them until there was nothing left. In this way, the actor prepared to make another actor famous by placing the two lolly snakes in his mouth.

21. The audience member waited to ask a question. He did this by testing that the 3D shape was clear. First, he walked along a row of hexagons on its base. Second, he tested that there were no shapes above each hexagon. Third, he tested that this was true for the rest of the rows. In this way, the audience member waited to ask a question by testing that the 3D shape was clear.

22. The scientist prepared to answer the unanswered questions one at a time. She did this by testing whether there was anything to lick in range. First, she opened her mouth. Second, she moved her tongue up and curled it upwards. Third, she moved her tongue down and curled it downwards. In this way, the scientist prepared to answer the unanswered questions one at a time by testing whether there was anything to lick in range.

23. The lecturer walked to work on time. He did this by licking the central lollipop. First, he counted the number of lollipops. Second, he identified the (floor((n+1)/2))th lollipop, where floor(n) means n is rounded down to the nearest integer. Third, he licked this lollipop. In this way, the lecturer walked to work on time by licking the central lollipop.

24. The lecturer tested that she had been paid for the hours that she worked. She did this by decompressing the sponge. First, she soaked up water with it. Second, she squeezed the water out of it. Third, she let it decompress on the sink. In this way, the lecturer tested that she had been paid for the hours that she worked by decompressing the sponge.

25. The father prepared to teach his children to read. He did this by cleaning both children's teeth. First, he brushed the first child's teeth. Second, he brushed the second child's teeth. Third, he prepared books for each of them to read in bed. In this way, the father prepared to teach his children to read by cleaning both children's teeth.

26. The father prepared to kiss the baby good night. He did this by making stairs. First, he cut zig-zags in two beams of wood. Second, he nailed them between the ground and first floor. Third, she nailed steps to the horizontal and vertical edges of the zig-zags on the beams of wood. In this way, the father prepared to kiss the baby good night by making stairs.

27. The prospective parents planned to see a family planner. He did this by tickling himself with a feather. First, he took his shirt off. Second, he found that his stomach was sensitive. Third, he tickled it with the feather. In this way, the prospective parents planned to see a family planner by tickling himself with a feather.

28. The fun park visitor prepared to ride the helter skelter. He did this by licking the chocolate from his finger. First, he started from the base of his finger. Second, he spiraled his tongue upwards, licking all the chocolate from his finger on the way. Third, he stopped when he reached the top. In this way, the fun park visitor prepared to ride the helter skelter by licking the chocolate from his finger.

29. The biochemist prepared to calculate the circumference of the protein. He did this by testing the belt fitted correctly. First, he lined the zero on the ruler up with the belt buckle. Second, he computed the correct hole in the belt. Third, he measured the distance between the belt buckle and the hole. In this way, the biochemist prepared to calculate the circumference of the protein by testing the belt fitted correctly.

30. The animation artist prepared to copy the cell. She did this by tasting the sugar spread on different parts of her tongue. First, she touched the sourness-detecting part of her tongue with the spatula, with no result. Second, she touched the umami-detecting part of her tongue with the spatula, with no result. Thirdly, she touched the sweetness-detecting part of her tongue with the spatula, and tasted the sugar. In this way, the animation artist prepared to copy the cell by tasting the sugar spread on different parts of her tongue.

31. The biochemist prepared to explain a link. He did this by tracing through the maze with his hand. First, he traced a rope through the leftmost turns maze with a blindfold. Second, he traced a rope through the leftmost turns, but with a right turn as far along as possible without visiting a visited square. Third, he repeated step two until he finished the maze. In this way, the biochemist prepared to explain a link by tracing through the maze with his hand.

32. The biochemist prepared to test how the vesicles travelled along their path. He did this by decoding the jam-available paths maze. First, he tasted the jam type at a square. Second, he decoded strawberry jam as meaning there was a path to the left, raspberry jam as meaning there was a path to the right, and blueberry jam as meaning there were paths to the left and right. Third, he moved along the unvisited squares until reaching the goal. In this way, the biochemist prepared to test how the vesicles travelled along their path by decoding the jam-available paths maze.

Time to Do Breasoning list

1. Cell model, ice cream, cube, paper, square, scissors

2. Knife, thermometer, apple, spoon, medal, polish

3. Allele label, trumpet, measuring spoon, mushroom, daisy, arm model

4. Lentil, pin, tape, baseball glove, lino cut presser, pea pod

5. Model C2H6 molecule, tofu in batter, test tube rack, tooth pick, button, model enzyme binding site

6. Lasso, kite, ball, claw, inventory list, calf

7. Lab glasses, lollipop, wickets, unit cube, fence bar, measuring flask

8. Graduate's hat, umbrella, suitcase handle, running spike, wing model, bell

9. Rectangular prism, fan, pavement square, test tube, envelope, stapler

10. Graph icon, strip of paper, burette, rubber band, protractor, dove's feather

11. Gold pen, nut (from nut and bolt), camera film, tongue model, teeth model, photograph

12. Automobile model, silver spoon, lips model, dip, jumper, photo album

13. Paper stack, candle, cloth book, template, multiplication table, desk

14. Lolly, rubber joiner, slide, bar scale, sketch label, wrapping paper

15. Lollipop, path, crossroads, space versus time graph, line, match

16. Pillow, bakelite fork, strawberry sauce, plane tail fin, cream, caper

17. Model clock protein*, cumquat, mirror, shelves, strawberry, desk stand

18. Model house, magnifying glass, map, stencil, metal ruler, street map

19. Planetarium dome, fairy light, rod, torus, slide, ladder

20. Bow tie, lolly snake, white glove, sharp knife, empty set symbol, circle of light

21. Chair, star prism, hexagon, pole, letter tile, pastry cutter

22. Card, skipping rope, whole note, margarine, curler, pine cone

23. Walking shoes, jube, a plastic counter, tree seed, cube of apricot, in-box

24. Diary, sponge, glass, mop, pallet, pay-slip

25. Note with sentence, teeth, toothpaste, dental floss, illustration key, knew/learned table

26. Lip stick, stairs, saw, nail, step, book cover

27. Family tree, feather, shirt, button, tick box, mother's habit

28. Water slide, chocolate frog, tree stump, spiral straw, hair scissors, toboggan

29. Cup, belt, metre ruler, hole, buckle, rhodopsin II protein model

30. Animation cell, sugar grain, sour dough, bean, raspberry, paint

31. station, maze, rope, label, tree, knot

32. vesicle model, jam jar, strawberry jam, raspberry jam, blueberry jam, memory store.

12 Time to Finish

1. The aerial surveyor prepared to go downstairs. He did this by bringing his tongue out from behind his top teeth. First, he placed his tongue behind his top teeth. Second, he lowered his tongue. Third, he pushed his tongue forwards. In this way, the aerial surveyor prepared to go downstairs by bringing his tongue out from behind his top teeth.

2. The groundsman prepared to climb a ladder. He did this by bringing his tongue out from behind his bottom teeth. First, he licked the back of his bottom teeth. Second, he raised his tongue. Third, he slid his tongue forward. In this way, he prepared to climb a ladder by bringing his tongue out from behind his bottom teeth.

3. The caterer prepared to lift trays of food. He did this by placing a glass of water on one tray and a glass of orange juice on another. First, he identified the orange juice as opaque orange fluid. Second, he identified the water as transparent colourless fluid. Third, he placed each of them on separate trays. In this way, he prepared to lift trays of food by placing a glass of water on one tray and a glass of orange juice on another.

4. The sound engineer prepared to mix two sounds together. She did this by mixing orange juice and water together. First, she poured half a glass of water Next, she poured half a glass of orange juice into the same glass. Finally, she stirred the liquid in the glass. In this way, she prepared to mix two sounds together by mixing orange juice and water together.

5. The sifter prepared to take the large seeds. He did this by using a straw to drink the orange juice level in the orange juice and water mix. First, he let the orange juice float to the top of the glass. Second, he inserted the straw into the orange juice. Third, he sucked the orange juice through the straw. In this way, the sifter prepared to take the large seeds by using a straw to drink the orange juice level in the orange juice and water mix.

6. The security guard patrolled behind the premises. He did this by licking behind the lollipop. First, he placed his tongue to the front-left of the lollipop. Second, he moved his tongue to the back-left of the lollipop. Third, he bent his tongue behind the lollipop. In this way, he patrolled behind the premises by licking behind the lollipop.

7. The workman prepared to dig the hole. He did this by licking the inner edge of a slice of apple. First, he placed his tongue so that it was touching both ends of the inner edge. Second, he pushed his tongue towards the centre of the inner edge. Third, he stopped pushing his tongue when it completely covered the inner edge. In this way, the workman prepared to dig the hole by lickin