Neuengamme 05 09 2006
May man keep a watchful eye
that these crimes against humanity
will never reoccur again.
The executioners in the extermination camps and labor camps of sadism and sodomy eliminate in first
priority advocates of publication and prosecution of the crimes of clandestine high tech terror to prevent
the formation of any organization, advocating establishment of public, reliable safeguards against the
misuses of modern bio-technologies.
Several larger private parties, security services and defence leagues, having escalated the investigation
into the intelligence and security agencies of the Western Atomic Powers and NATO, of Russia, Japan,
Germany, Israel, Saudi Arabia and of larger Third World Countries into a global dirty war, today multi-
plied to several hundred groups, operate the largest system of labor camps in the whole world.
They operate extermination camps, executioners eliminating heinously more than one thousand people a
They operate CIA gas chambers, hit teams spraying thousands of people a year with concentrated nerve
gases and industrial toxic gases.
They operate the largest labor camps of sadism and sodomy, hit teams mass drugging tens of millions of
people a year.
They operate labor camps of behavior manipulation and enslavement, hit teams mass drugging tens of
thousands of people a year.
They operate labor camps of subversion and corruption, promoting massive, clandestine human rights
violations around the world.
They operate medical dissection camps, hit teams conducting field testing of new classes of toxins like
gene altering agents on tens of thousands of people a year.
They operate the largest labor camps of deception and perfidy, recording in total information control tens
of billions of conversations, documents, e-mails, brain wave patterns and genetic fingerprints by electronic
means per day.
Propagating the total lie, in the name of humanity they suppress the publication of the unleashing of the
multiple, uncontrolled dangers of the extinction of mankind.
January 2000 - March 2005
A) The Bush II & III Administrations (2000 - 2008) together with their Allies and NATO and major
western institutions and corporations have continued the policy of total denial of the massive human
rights violations by their intelligence and security organizations. They pursue the secret policy goals eg of
predominance in tools of clandestine high tech terror, total information control, point censorship of the
press, control over political-sociological processes and individual psychological profiles. The operational
arms are high tech power centers, applying criminal, clandestine technological means, largely in misuses
of modern bio-technologies throughout a global, populations wide system of labor camps with every ex-
cess of bestiality. In image fascism in first priority suppressed are across all paths of institutional publi-
cation a target's medical and legal evidence (Staatsanwaltschaft Bonn, 09 13 2000, AZ 50 Js 898/00;
European Court of Human Rights, Strasbourg, 07 16 2002, Beschwerde Nr. 6456/02). Defused are dis-
advantageous discussions in the commercial press, removed are entire critical issues from public aware-
ness, held up are images and hypocritical ethical standards like a constitutional framework. Peaceful
protests against this despotic perversion are crashed with sodomitic bestiality, as Kanzler G. Schröder
of Germany operated SS like nerve gas and poison pellet hit team to guard his office grounds.
Their operatives continue to escalate the global, dirty bio-tech tech war with infiltration, subversion,
sabotage and assassination techniques within their own, foreign befriended and hostile populations,
especially against a coalition of Third World Countries (B) and a growing number of private, independent
defence leagues (C). They stepped up: international cooperation with allied security organizations, tigh-
tening up of government, public and private institutions and corporations against increasing counter-
attacks, pressing ahead with R&D programs and production of poison pellet delivery systems, recruit-
ment to undercover staffs by observation, corruption, extortion and incorporation into a network, instru-
mentalizing all vital areas of society from the churches to the arts, set up of a multitude of farmed out,
semi-private, independently recruiting hit teams under pretence to clean up poison pellet systems.
The Western Atomic Powers' and their Allies' open and covered hegemonic policies, added by worldwide
spreading awareness of their and the private, independent defence leagues' massive human rights vio-
lations also against populations at large, have induced an increasing series of terrorist attacks by various
groups, mostly against soft targets of the US and their Allies, eg Lockerbee - July 96, Kenia, Tansania -
Aug 98, Kairo - Sept 98, Beslan - Sept 03, Istanbul - Nov 03, Madrid - March 04, Saudi Arabia - April 04.
After the attacks on the Twin Towers and the Pentagon on Sept 11th 2001, the Bush II Administration de-
clared war on international terrorism and terrorists' control over weapons of mass destruction. To fortify
its 'limes' against imports of instabilities, civil strife, war and terrorism, it restructured and reinforced its
intelligence, military and administrative antiterrorist forces. To eradicate the Al Qaeda terrorist network,
it forged a global, political alliance and led by US military forces invaded Afghanistan in Nov 2001, de-
feating the Taliban regime. To topple Saddam Hussein's murderous dictatorship, US troops, without a UN
mandate, but with major support of Great Britain, Turkey, Spain and Poland, invaded Iraq in March 2003,
throwing the country into civil war with daily casualties by Iraqi resistance forces.
B) The Governments of the larger and a majority of smaller Third World Countries had formed a coalition
against the US, their Allies and the private, independent defence leagues' clandestine high tech terror
operations. Motivations remain their vital, defensive interests to stay abreast on the research status and
operations with bio-chemical weapons, to roll back and avert foreign subversion in their political, military,
scientific, economic, financial and social areas, also pursuit of domestic and foreign secret policy goals,
revenge for dehumanizing oppressions and bestialities over centuries and high tech fornication.
They pursue at home an in depth investigation of all, especially foreign parties' past and present acti-
vities in all facets of their nations' lives from undercover operations to environmental damages.
They investigate in depth within the western industrialized nations all political-sociological forces,
structures and activities, eg their public and secret policy goals, their elites and area covering single
households, especially all intelligence, military, general government and private security personnel.
They have set up their own national high tech power centers with a system of labor camps at home and
abroad, sharing their information and drawing on scientific, technological and logistical support of Russia.
In first priority suppressed are any efforts towards publication of clandestine high tech terror operations.
In the western industrialized nations pumped up with depot poison pellets are all political, military and
civic leaderships, especially the personnel of their security organizations and of the private defence
leagues. Equally targeted are populations at large to achieve bestial enslavement across the board. As
the B. Clinton White House sex affairs in 1997-99 had been induced by sodomy drugs, present and
former Heads of State like G. Bush senior and junior and G. Schröder are being sodomized regularly.
C) Several larger private parties, security services and defence leagues have escalated their investiga-
tions into the crimes of clandestine high tech terror over the last fifteen years by acquiescence, pro-
motion, duplication and proliferation into a global, dirty war. Out of sodomitic cynicism, a single, ne-
gative motive crime, they jerk off for fun, watching the news, how people are getting blown up.
The number of private defence leagues has multiplied to more than a thousand groups worldwide.
Terrorist organizations are globally allied and plotted against each other, often in cooperation with
government agencies, drawing under pretence of private security all areas of their countries' lives into
the suds of sodomitic undercover networks and operating the largest system of extermination and labor
camps worldwide to attack arbitrarily any opponent, any group of society and populations at large. They
tolerate the government security agencies' strategic planning, administrative tasks, R&D programs, field
testing, toxic drug production lines, communication, surveillance, logistics, networks of operatives, mass
applications and secret funding. They copied the high tech power centers to secure themselves privately
through total information control, electronic shielding and bestial deterrence.
To appease, dissipate, sidetrack and stop short spreading awareness of this bio-tech war via under-
ground channels, in first line advocates of publication, prosecution and public trial of the perpetrators
according to penal law are being sodomized to death in psychological terror under perversity labels of
direct, effective help or emergency medical care for the victims with anonymously shot in poison pellets.
In consequence of suppressing publication of misuses of modern bio-technologies, the fornication race
for predominance in all tools of clandestine high tech terror promotes proliferation of bio-tech weapons,
political forces of subversion, corruption, fornication and despotic perversion, stirs up hate as an incite-
ment to commit any sodomitic bestiality conceivable and escalates this global dirty war across all fields
of life into terrorism, open civil strife and war with uncontrollable dangers of the extinction of mankind.
'In the beginning God created the heavens and the earth.' The story of creation in Genesis 1 intends to
give a sounder understanding of nature, man and their origin, than the mythological, animistic thinking of
the times provided. Today, more accurate scientific knowledge about the cosmologically developing and
life evolving events stresses two points:
The cosmos with its four physical forces, space and time dimensions, appearances from plasma to solid,
relations from chaos to functional dependencies and the possibility of chemical elements to combine to
a vast number of compounds, forms out single fields of forces and units of matter with consistent iden-
tities, properties and relations. It renders itself to an intelligent observer qualitatively and quanti-
tatively depictable, obeying the correspondence principle of a one to one relation between fact and
term. The physical cosmos yields in first place exactness, a standard of truth.
The human intellect has developed out of evolutionary forces over successive generations with a uni-
versal genetic code, genetic variability, multicellular organisms with specialization of functions, adap-
tation and natural selection, forming out a multifarious plant and animal life. The human mind is tied to
life in cosmic time and location, planetary and local environmental conditions and physiological func-
tionality. The physical, chemical and biological dependencies render acceptance and support of its base a
precondition of the human mind. The foundations of life yield in second place self-preservation with the
tasks to serve and amend, a standard of truth.
The standards of truth are designed to break through superstitions, illusions, deceptions and violence in
actual times, representing most human objects as the opposite to the truth. Disregarded are entire items
with their known and missing relevant factors. Not seen are their dangers as tools of power, in future
with progressively faster hitting, catastrophic effects. Not seen is the futility of mental efforts without a
qualitative, value representing transformation. The standards of truth aim to raise a public, object re-
presentative mental horizon, encompassing all forms of appearance. Its first point, its utopia, is ethical
awareness by present day evaluation of human actions with their lines of consequences.
Approaching phenomena of nature and man, the smallest unit of observation is an object, suited to gain
the best possible description of its finite, singular, definite, rationally definable and treatable properties.
All objects, concrete or abstract, specific or general, simple or complex, actual or hypothetical, past,
present or future, can be separated into three classes with similar characteristics and their interrelations:
I) The Spiritual Dimension, II A) Nature, II B) Systems of Natural Phenomena, III A) Man, III
B) Society, IV) God - Nature Interrelations, V) God - Man Interrelations, VI) Nature - Man Interrelations.
III A Man
Man, as individual or in a small group, is seen by the results of his efforts, benefits and failures of his
objects as a form of expression in his past, present and predictable future on a comprehensive global,
historical scale. He develops out of: III A 1) Common Base, III A 2) Essential Parts, III A 3) Conviction.
III A 1 Common Base
Standards of Truth
III A 2 Essential Parts
a) Physiological Base
d) Mental Activities
III A 3 Conviction
c) Philosophy of Research
d) Inhibiting Factors
III A 1 Common Base
Man, a functional, mental form of life, vanishes like a spark of truth and a spark of life.
An independent organism with free intention, free imagination, means of expression and self-critical re-
flection, he adopts for free self-interpretation a standard of comparison. Man adequate is human dignity.
A human set value, it serves as indispensable base for the survival and future of man. Dignity points man
towards humility, is of inner quality and of practical benefit. It is invariable, livable, codifiable, universal,
by evaluation codetermining all human and human made objects in space, time and appearance and is as
standard transposable to the observation of society, nature and their interrelations. One value of second
order will fill it with content: standards of truth. They affix an a) identifying term to an item, reaching in
b) intent from c)(A 2d) search to object true cognition to d)(A 2d) mentally correct treatment to e) proper
language to f) social application to ?) appearance, in all to achieve a complete description.
Standards of Truth
a1) Truth in its narrow content means congruence of a description with its object in one to one accuracy,
first in identifying denotation, its simple and conglomerate characteristics and relations.
a2) Truth in its wider content means a complete description in the object's full range, in a balanced con-
text in the dimensions of God, nature and man and in pursuit of all lines of consequences.
b1) The intention of truth is to shed light on the item at hand, to gain freedom from idolatry, in sound
theology finding God's will, to gain freedom from superstition and illusions, with reason and maturity
advancing better descriptions of objects of nature and man in all conceivable aspects.
b2) Truth is defined according to the object of investigation. In respect to God, truth is a comprehensive
analysis towards innocence, respecting Nature and Man a comprehensive analysis in Preservation of
Nature and in Spirit of Man. Their research contributing to each other, all definitions of truth stand on
an equal, non-privileged level and are held at an equal reflective distance to increase truth's freedom.
b3) Truth, a value, respects every form of life as precondition for the existence of an intelligent observer.
b4) Truth acts out of a qualitative transformation in the Spirit of Man, a minimal, general, abstract, non-
systematic, reflective attitude to work for the betterment of man, his race and environment.
b5) The qualitative transformation represents Man as a human object of its own merit in his convictions,
contemplations and way of life with a few over a life span realizable values, eg magnanimity, persis-
tence, humor, diligence, self-criticism, in society selflessness, humility, fearlessness.
c1) Finding of truth by factors of cognition requires first a scrutinizing search, an object true approach
and exhaustion of all available means of investigation in breath and depth, also to facilitate verification.
c2) The speaker states his position, eg conviction, projected value and item specific definition of truth.
d) Truth is brought to expression by mental processing, eg in intention, conception and operations.
e1) Truth speaks in public in the languages of His Word, Preservation of Nature and Spirit of Man, in the
humanities the first expressive medium being poetry, in the natural sciences mathematics.
e2) In society, truth is advanced in humility. Its task is to serve, to conciliate and to amend.
e3) In society, truth is advanced fearlessly, to preserve the inviolability of truth against counteracting for-
ces of non-knowledge, errors, illusions, deceptions, often joined by violence in all combinations.
f1) In society, there are no eg political, regional or discipline specific values, which cannot be linearly de-
duced from the dignity of man, not to let a collective value dominate a universal or individual one.
f2) In society, truth publicizes, explains and teaches, it wakes hope over darkness and it raises its stan-
dards. Pursuit of truth in the Spirit of Man appeal to refrain from deception, oppression and violence
and to promote the universal principles of unity, equality, justice, peace and liberties.
f3) In society, dignity of man is legally protected by defining man as a species with essential human
rights in correspondence to the interest of all mankind. The basic rights are mostly codified as uni-
versal, inalienable, undividable, interdependent, falsifiable, constitutionally guarantied norms. They
enclose right to life and safety, labor and property, freedoms of speech, movement and assembly,
equality before the law, trail by due process, absence of torture and resistance against oppression.
g) The appearance of truth can be distinguished by the class of objects. Pursuit of knowledge alone
leads to materialism. - Truth in the Spiritual Dimension leads to God. It guides towards conviction,
faith and humility, the highest value, man can achieve (Luke 9,48). - Truth in Nature is given by laws
of nature. Its phenomena show qualitative and quantitative relationships of great simplicity, lucidity,
compactness and finality over wide ranges of validity. - Truth in Man pursues his cause setting in-
tentions and conceptions, which ramify like a huge tree into a complexity of individual concepts with
expressions of merits and demerits, though varying in relevance, inseparable from each item.
III A 2 Essential Parts
a) Physiological base
The physical cosmos in the disciplines of a1) cosmogony, a2) cosmology, a3) eschatology is by reason
qualitatively and quantitatively depictable, mechanic causal explainable and in its development pre-
dictable. Researched and described by scientific methods are the appearance of the physical and chemical
expressions, the laws of nature and the geometry and topology of space-time. - However, beginning and
end in infinite time are entirely and present extensions largely open. An eg 106 increase in resolution of
measuring devices will still leave man's knowledge through reason, experience, measurability, scientific
methods and theoretic modeling insignificant against the magnitudes of the universe.
a1) Cosmogony describes by reconstruction through backward extrapolation the earliest physical condi-
tions of the cosmos. From a singularity, approached up to Planck's time ht, a state of extreme density
of radiation energy at a finite point in space-time about 16 x 109 years ago, it exploded, cooled and
developed along a singular path into the present geometry with a multitude of material formations.
a2) Cosmology is divided into the a2,1) macro-, a2,2) meso- and a2,3) micro-cosmos.
a2,1) The macro-cosmos is a coherently gravitation bound, isotropic, homogeneous, uniformly accelera-
ting inflationary Riemann geometry with asymptotic Minkowski properties towards infinite. It deve-
loped stable groups of galaxies, single galaxies, clusters, nebula, stars and planetary systems.
a2,2) The meso-cosmos constitutes the validity range of classical, non-relativistic physics, its phenome-
na of abiotic matter being described by physics, chemistry and their specific fields of study.
a2,3) The micro-cosmos enfolds according to the standard model out of three classes of elementary par-
ticles, point like spin ½ particles, field particles of the four forces and Higgs particles, preserving sym-
metries. It is ruled predominantly by the strong, weak and electromagnetic forces, unified in a single
theory. It is described by Quantum Mechanics, Electrodynamics, Chromodynamics and Flavordynamics.
a3) Eschatology describes by projection through forward extrapolation the future physical conditions of
the cosmos and its subsystems, the next 1027 years a continuing, entropy gaining, spatial expansion,
dispersion of matter and emission of radiation to leave black dwarfs, neutron stars and black holes.
The forms of life on earth developed out of a4,1) evolutionary processes, a4,2) their underlying evoluti-
onary drives, establishing a4,3) genetics as base discipline of biology and its specific fields of study.
a4,1) Biogenesis was first a chemical, abiotic evolution, taking place in the oceans about 3.7x109 years
ago, yielding mixtures of proteinoid microspheres. Biological evolution in self-organization of matter
first formed protobiontes, one cell prokaryotes with a short DNA strand, capable of reproduction in life
cycles. In the evolutionary line then followed one cell eukaryotes with a membrane enclosed nucleus.
Starting 2x109 years ago, the aquatic one cell organisms changed the atmosphere of the planet by
uptake of carbon and hydrogen in exchange of nitrogen and oxygen into the one we know today.
With the continuing processes of cell growth, divisions and differentiation of cell functions multicellula
eukaryotes developed about 2x108 years back. Later sexual replication was introduced, the laws of
inheritance determining the passing on of hereditary traits. The branches of plants and animals se-
parated 1x108 years back, linked in a heterotrophic food chain, before the first forms of life appeared
on land. In discontinuous variability, there exist today about 5oo ooo plant and 2 ooo ooo animal
species. The oldest bones of homo sapiens from about 1x105 years ago were found in S E Africa.
a4,2) The first evolutionary drives of one cell organisms in broad genetic variability were simple base pair
changes. In higher eukaryotes on the level of genotypes, the drives are: mutation; hybridization, a
recombination in sexual reproduction; gene migration; gene drift; genetic correlation; genetic homeo-
stasis; on the level of phenotypes in variability of forms and functions they are: increase; spread;
migration; mixture of populations; adaptation to environmental changes and natural selection.
a4,3) Development of genetic material, its proteins and ensuing forms of life is continuously traceable
throughout the evolutionary line. The polygenetic tree delineates copy true the evolutionary tree of
comparative anatomy of all plant and animal species, stating a common ancestry of all living orga-
nisms in the genetic code, the bio-synthesis of proteins, the bio-chemical building blocks with re-
quirement of water, the catalysis by enzymes and an energy metabolism with glycolysis to leave the
difference between man and animal merely a gradual one. The phylogenetic theory of descent serves
as a guide for description, denotation and categorization of all organisms, establishing as taxonomic
categories four kingdoms: one cell organisms, prokaryotes, eukaryotes and mushrooms.
Present day gene technology enables genome incisive, micro-bio-chemical manipulation of evolu-
tionary processes. Genetic engineering comprises the theoretical and applied aspects of isolation,
analysis, manipulation and recombination of genes with their introduction, expression and multipli-
cation in other, transgenic made organisms.
Environmental Conditions comprise the a5,1) Heliosphere, a5,2) Biosphere and a5,3) Ecology.
a5,1) The Heliosphere, a star of medium size and luminosity, about 4.5x109 years old, generating by nu-
clear fusion electromagnetic radiation, a gravitational and geometrical center of nine orbiting planets,
allows a long, stable developmental time span for evolution of organic life. Planetary preconditions to
support life in a moderate climate are: a5,1,1) an adequate mass, size and structure, a5,1,2) an ade-
quate distance to the source of radiation, a5,1,3) an approximately circular orbit, a5,1,4) an approxi-
mately perpendicular rotation axis, a5,1,5) a medium rotation frequency, a5,1,6) a chemical composition
containing all essential elements, a5,1,7) an atmosphere and magnetic field, shielding high energy
a5,2) The Biosphere describes all single factors enclosed by the atmosphere, taking influence on plants,
animals and humans: a5,2,1) the atmosphere of the earth, reaching about 10 km upwards, consists to
78% out of N2, 21% O2, 0,03% CO2, in its lower layers up to 4% of H2OVAP, dampens by circulation
temperature and pressure differences, carries precipitation inland and serves as a metabolic fuel,
a5,2,2) the hydrosphere in forms of gas, ice and liquid, found to 99,7 % in the oceans, supplies with
sweet water the largest component of all plants and animals and is indispensable in their metabolism,
a5,2,3) the lithosphere, the outer, firm, plate layered mantle of the earth, reaching about 100 km deep,
has as its crust the pedosphere with soils of various qualities, a5,2,4) the biotic environment, densely
inhabited over a height of 100 m, includes all living organisms in water, land and air.
a5.3) Ecology describes individual, population and environmental abiotic and biotic forces, requirements
and conditions for life with their multifaceted interdependencies in the development over geological
time spans. A local ecological environment often forms out a self-organizing, semi-closed system with
an energy and metabolic cycle along an ascending food chain and a self-regulating, dynamic, slowly
changing to labile balance. - Man causes major, often irreversible environmental changes, substitu-
tions, destructions and climatic shifts through persistent, large scale technological applications with
pollution in air, water and soil, surface treatment and eradication of entire biotopes and species.
Freedom, an object's ability of movement, is a universal and the most essential requirement of individual, con-
scious mental and physical activity and as passive medium setting a limit to the development of any subject
matter. Freedom is described by the item at hand in its specific room of movement.
b1) Characteristics and relations of the object with its factors, their single weights determining its overall
freedom, in most cases a mental capability of internal, neuro-physiological processing or a physical
capability of external expression, - in society mostly a capacity of political, military, legal, scientific,
technological, commercial, financial, organizational, social, cultural or communicative action.
b2) Perspective on freedom, individual or collective, positive or negative, outer or inner, natural or man
made, essential, major or minor, dynamic or stationary, stable or fragile, specific or general, simple
or complex, predictable or not, - complex rooms of movement like historical freedom, minimal causal
dependencies in public action, are described negatively, because of the large number of factors.
b3) Direction of movement, measured by goal and yardstick for a limit, tightening, leveling or enlarging.
b4) Range and area of movement, limited by de- and attractors, restrictions, conditions or boundaries.
b5) Degree of movement, at zero, partial like item specific or channeled, range exhausting or excessive.
b6) Path of movement, re- or irreversible, short, medium or long term, pointed, alternative by choice or
later change, in patterns, varying randomly or resting indeterminably, open to various directions.
b7) Interaction and dynamic balance with other freedoms with retarding or reinforcing effects.
b8) Form of limit, a physically measurable point, line, field or block, a mental oversight, difficulty or bar-
rier,- in society an unwritten or written guideline of behavior like a rule, norm, order or a form of
b9) Characteristics of limit, ductile or resistant, compensable or not, - in society reasonable or arbitrary,
without or with legal prerogatives, enforced or not to be circumvented, penetrated or disregarded.
b10) In nature, being basis for life with a large variety of resources, freedom's interweaved de- and inde-
pendencies can be shifted by change of location, adaptive, social and technical means.
b11) In society, freedom, being basis for all and especially ethical choices, interacts with freedoms of
others and with social forces, often in persistent conflicts, eg of emancipation towards autonomy from
preforms of lack of comprehension, powerlessness or submission; molding of the political, social and
material living environment; utilization of newly won freedoms out of scientific discoveries.
b12) In society, cosmic freedom prevails over long periods, where causes of historical developments are
not any more predictable by laws or theoretical approaches, but are subject to chances. Individual
achievements of later borns stand in alternatively open and equivalent time. - Consistent over time
is the essential requirement for the survival of mankind: ethics with respect for truth and life.
Development, modeling of an object of attention, a universal human activity, spans from first conception
to historic achievement. It is described by the dynamic qualitative and quantitative changes of the item.
ca1) Objects of development comprise objects of all classes with their interrelations. In self-conscious de-
velopment of man, his intentions as active force are directed at himself. The possible objects include
anticipative, hypothetically speculative and also visionary ones, mostly initiated in lone efforts.
ca2) Perspective, active by mental initiation and direction or passive, by natural causal forces, mostly in
combination, positive or negative, inner or outer, specific or general, essential, major or minor,
simple or complex, objects like a historical development often not being fully traceable in all factors.
ca3) Direction, measured by goal and yardstick of defined performance, for- or backward or lateral.
ca4) Means, steady work, praxis, contemplation, study, research, experiment, technology, planning, orga-
nization,- in society with communication, mechanisms of decision finding, conflict, civil strive, war.
ca5) Methods are object and goal specific, eg models, simulation, regulation, coordination, duplication.
ca6) Range and area, limited like a freedom by poles, restrictions, conditions or boundaries.
ca6) Degree, at zero, latent, partial like rudimentary or item confined, optimized, final or excessive.
ca7) Path and breath of variation, from initiation or redirection, re- or irreversible, short or long term, re-
petitive or progressive, random or structured and pointed, in layers, steps, phases or rhythms.
ca8) Speed, at zero, creeping, de- or accelerating, escalating, collapsing, often regulated by catalysts.
ca9) Qualities, narrow or broad, flexible or rigid, fragile or stable, sterile, trend like superficial or fertile.
ca10) Environment, oppressive, interfering or supportive, eg freedoms, materials, skills furnishing or not.
ca11) Interaction and dynamic balance with opposing or concurring, past and foreign developments.
ca12) Final state, a man made, single, finished product or project with desired quality, performance, ratio-
nalized structure, specialization, differentiation, level of communication and energy consumption.
ca13) In society, by political-social forces with organized programs of development in vital, public areas.
ca14) Its end, both, items with merit and demerit becoming degenerate, dismantled, superseded, forgotten.
ca15) In nature, by local, global, planetary, physical and biological, causal and stochastic forces.
Human development towards a defined object 'man' remains an open 'fiction'. Man is measured by his
expressions according to a standard of conviction. - Individual, multilevel, continuous, successively inte-
grated, in parts generations overlapping developments across a life span depend on an array of inter-
vening factors, epigenetic and acquired, con- and unconscious, phase specific and general ones.
cb1) Physical development grows out of evolution determined traits, geno- and phenotype, onto- and phy-
logenetic factors, together with nutrition, exercise, changing environmental conditioning and selection
factors to form out morphology, anatomy and physiology. It progresses by cell growth, divisions and
differentiation of cell functions over a life cycle with six stages of zygote, embryo, infant, youth, adult
and death and a sex cycle with three stages of germ cell, karyogamy and mature sex organ.
cb2) Psychological development arises out of needs, drives, inclinations, of active, reflected molding, of
chances, experience, education and of the material, social, cultural, political environment. Gradually
constructed is a flexible, functional, renewing, self-identifying inner reality, eg codetermining with
the mind its objects, seeking in its fields of forces personal independence, also from nature and society.
cb3) Mental development forms out the functions of the enteric, autonomic, sensorimotor, peripheral and
central nervous systems. The more than 1010 nerve cells are in their micro-neurophysiological re-
actions manipulated, blocked or deadened by minute amounts of toxic agents. In inner and outer
freedoms, the factors of mental activities (d) from search for a point of initiation to action process an
item in space, time, its identity, composition and relations. A self-determining, physical-psycho-
logicalmental entity creates with its singular ambitions an expanding variety of human objects.
cb4) Skills, combined bio-mechanical, psychological and mental, basic like motivational concentration,
mental alertness, communicative and social competence and specialized, capable of quality design
and problem solving to promote productivity, are acquired by learning, training, teaching and therapy.
cb5) In society, common forms of behavior are adopted out of physical, biological, psychological, social
and cultural anthropological factors, stimulated by information, training, experience, habit and often
amplified institutionally. By sanctions enforced guidelines of behavior like etiquettes, traditions,
customs, norms and rules are set up by informal and formal legislative mechanisms to promote a
functional society. However, common forms remain barely reflected, statistically predictable actions.
cb6) A variety of inhibiting factors let average mental development of a population remain in a preform,
leading only to imitation, adaptation and integration, or patch form, missing major parts with loss of
perspective, balance and cohesion, or baseless, missing part of the common ground with adherence
to archaic notions and illusions, or to turn pathologic with often systematic deception and violence.
cb7) Man is subject to various aging processes, diseases, malformations, accidents and causes of death.
d) Mental Activities
The human mind strives to expand into all objects of imagination, to initiate, develop and express them
in freedom and to enlarge its limits of cognition. Without, it remains in preforms of reflexes, instincts,
repetitive imitation, trial and error, habit formed narrowness. It may promote all forms and degrees of
truth finding from accuracy to aberrations of gross error, illusion or deception. It may defend all forms
and degrees of the Spirit of Man from a positive attitude to deviations of egocentrism, prestige or power
madness. In consequence, the productivity of the mind varies in combinations from constructive curio-
sity and contemplation to hot air, chaos, manipulation, control, exploitation, oppression and destruction.
d1) Cognition is the primary function of the human intellect, transformation of forms of being into forms
of consciousness. The desired result is to shed light on an object, to render a representative de-
scription and to investigate further for a more accurate and complete description. The subject's
sources and capabilities of cognition mainly depend on the factors of: perspective, approach, self-
understanding, way of life, emotional frame, onto- and phylogenetic development, anatomy and
physiology, the five senses, experience, mental capabilities, reflection, methods employed, medium
of expression, action, social factors, institutional factors, present day trends, inhibiting factors,
ethics and historical factors.
d2) The factors of cognition are applicable throughout mental processing, especially a specific, object
true approach. An object of the Spiritual Dimension is approached in faith, for it to be accepted, a
phenomena of nature with reason, for it to be laid out in explanation, a human object with maturity,
for it to find understanding. Individual concepts with real life experience stay bare of illusions.
d3) By methods, a human object is given mainly by observation, investigation and description or by the-
sis, a suggested description, later by interpretation. A description reconstructs out of unique details,
not in pseudo-theoretical approaches. It contains in the simplest case: d3,1) minimum standard of
comparison out of maturity with a common base, d3,2) item, consequences, d3,3) intention as dri-
ving force, often being pretended, traced objectively eg by circumstantial evidence, subjectively eg
by its mental environment in perceivably own experience, d3,4) conditions, d3,5) sources of infor-
mation, d3,6) 3rd party verification, d3,7) reliability indicators, d3,8) observer's position, d3,9)
d4) Mental Faculties d4,1) intention, d4,2) conception, d4,3) their combination are based on a neuronal net-
work of bio-electro-chemical information transformers, transmitters, carriers and processors, passing an
ex- to in- to external, neurological signal towards the desired result. Covariant data processing of
mind and brain achieves a precise 1:1:1:1:1 representation of an object, selected over the entire ran-
ge from abstracts to events, to a biotic medium of comprehension from concepts to experience, to a
biotic information carrier from symbols to dots, to an expression, to a reception. Four degrees of free-
dom form out an item in detail: study of item, data processing, training of functions and expression.
d4,1) Intention premolds an object in free imagination as acting, cause setting force to realize it in freedom,
refuting to be penetrated by other chains of causality. It acts on and coordinates the levels from
needs to vision, from search of item to identification to deliberation to expression to modification by
conditions, from physiological to psychological to mental factors, from criticism to confirmation or re-
direction, from rest to action. It is mainly seen by item, decision, range, qualities and consequences.
d4,2) Conception constructs and adjusts an object in free visualization, focusing it in eg order, perspective,
distance, filter, contrast, background. It utilizes throughout auxiliary models, eg the mental horizon
collects factual knowledge of items for description from all sources object true as groups of points on
a bare, spacious, single layered plane. It is mainly seen by item, range, structure and qualities.
d4,3) Intention and conception are integrated in consciousness with input from perception, memory and
phantasy to direct, coordinate and control data processing in sequential and parallel trains, eg in
simple and conglomerate patterns of one intent, one view, one operation, in repetitive runs from in-
itiation, data collection, arrangement, desired operation, storage, enactment to termination, in overall
order from external signal to action. They are mainly seen by dynamics, flexibility, cohesion and balance.
d5) Mental Operations are based on two items in as- and dissociation, arranged for comparison accor-
ding to a yardstick. Their formal identity, subject mater given, is determined in item-intent-view con-
centration by the conglomerate operations of denotation, assertion, negation, inversion, neutraliza-
ation, substitution, questioning and verification in context of present state and acting forces.
Further conglomerate units of operation are formed to achieve eg: description, estimation, modeling,
calculation, conclusion, decision, development, direction, coordination, argumentation, interpretation,
evaluation, verification, criticism, correction and methodical, theoretical, repeatable paths of processing.
d6) Logic is accountability of identity. It derives from a term, a basis statement, and a second term, the
premises, in at least a third step through material and formal reasoning along a relationship and a
standard of comparison a follow up statement, a conclusion. As indirect means of cognition against
direct observation, it serves foremost for a statement's verification and a survey of its consequences.
d7) Reflection questions an object repetitively, severed from its environment, moved across the mental
horizon, viewed from alternate perspectives and from one or two levels back to gain without prejudice
its complete characteristics, relations, transformations, environment and lines of consequences. A re-
evaluated item is again integrated into its place in mental processing as in contemplative routine.
d8) Expression, a universal human activity by mental, physical and technical means, realizes an inten-
tion representing subject-object-subject relation. As a general denotation it requires specification.
Communication stands at the center of human praxis. Its sensorial and technical mediums are eg
touch, gesture, sound, language, drawing, craft, character, text, photo, film or instrumental signal.
Action, realizing an object by human hand, including a change of man, society, nature and opening
room of movement, cannot be strictly classified. A unique point often predominant, it is described out
of multiple details and circumstances. An item of human causality needs first to be retrieved by cog-
nition in lines of acting forces from conception to reception; then in its parts by class from spiritual to
natural and their subclasses; in its interrelations and subrelations; in its essential parts of human
capabilities from freedom to conviction; in its technical possibilities; in its ethics from benefits to
misuses. A complete description can serve as a sufficient data base for further treatment. - Today,
systematic research, innovation and work have constructed a technological living environment.
d9) Electronic data processing in multi media, in worldwide networks with microprocessors programmed
in the binary system, assists in all computational and communicative tasks of mental activities.
d10,1) Limits of free phantasy exceed factual knowledge by leagues. Below limits, unrestrained inspiration
abounds, approaching rarely tested extremes, items remain tied to space, time, matter, characteris-
tics and relations as mental tools slacken to grasp basic expressions like substance, form or identity.
d10,2) Limits of cognition are expanded through improved techniques of cognition and contemplative, artis-
tic, scientific research, both opening up new fields of study, to correct, add to, refine and spread the
present status of knowledge. They are enlarged stepwise by fractions, but not to be exiled altogether.
d10,3) Limits of action are set by the possibilities of existing energy and matter according to the laws of
nature. Man can utilize, alter, construct, change conditions, but he cannot create out of his own ability
dimensions of space or time, energy, matter, a physical force or state. Adding, varying, duplicating,
deleting, he cannot create anew forces of biological development with a genetic code, building blocks
of proteins, fats, carbohydrates, structures of cells, organs and organisms or metabolic processes. -
Not power of material creation, an archaic notion, but the Spirit of Man unfolds new capabilities.
d11) Inhibiting factors, inducing a gross error in presentation of an object with its propagation in follow up
treatment, cannot be listed exhaustingly. It can be traced back retrospectively eg to a cause of:
d11,1) item in any respect, d11,2) mental processing from cognition to action, d11,3) argumentation,
especially in logic in category or context, d11,4) means in adequacy or accuracy, d11,5) verification,
d11,6) communication, d11,7) formal treatment, d11,8) conditions, d11,9) neurological dysfunction,
d11,10) non-knowledge, d11,11) illusion from thoughtlessness to hypocritical deception, d11,12) conflict
from pressure to image fascism. It is further pin pointed eg: d11,13) as positive or negative, ex- or
internal, open or hidden, isolated or combined, singular or systematic, d11,14) in path, continuous and
across mental links, d11,15) in resulting demerits, not being first detected, investigated, evaluated and
As freedom is the health of a nation (L. Börne), criticism constitutes the health of an individual.
In society, ethics' task is to solve historic cases of criminal corruption with disastrous consequences.
e1) Its intention is to preserve ethical freedom, where not a major present day conflict determines
political action. Promoted is a balanced, also critical, politically self-cleaning view on life, able to
sustain human issues against current spiritual, political, social and public press supported corruption.
e2) Ethics is trained on issues, where the standards of truth and life are essential for the future of man.
e3) Its appeal is at the conscience of the times, restating universal principles, promoting a healthy men-
tality about right and wrong, educating about major objects' characteristics and relations, guarding
against gross misuses and pooling the necessary resources for corrective action.
e4) Its approach is case bound, non-systematic, globally probing populations for hidden, criminal pro-
cesses, asking in each instance: have all aspects and consequences been considered?
e5) Its means are result orientated, an ethical sentence initiating a present case, investigating all inter-
dependencies, specifying the object of legal protection, identifying the crime, publicizing the case; a
legal sentence prosecuting, evaluating, judging the case and enforcing protection of the object;
social reconciliation is achieved by historically accurate recording and compensation of the victims.
III A 3 Conviction
Man is centered in his convictions. In a concept and subconcepts he delineates his life work in self-
description within his understanding of man, society, the infinite, nature and their interrelations. A sub-
concept, an active to realize subject matter, represents a goal of mental activities with its ambition, con-
ception and a value. It serves one aspect of truth and life, ascertaining its human base throughout, but
not being a qualitative transformation above the common ground. A possible developed state, it is by
quality individually specific, defined, conscious, balanced, realizable, livable, visible, local and global.
Each individual is to be able to look, think and act for himself to the full extent of his mental capabilities.
He is to move freely in a competitive pluralism of concepts with opportunity of modeling any object of
choice, not being subordinate to a group, social or political fraction or inhibiting environmental conditions.
b1) Approach to the Spiritual Dimension in faith, to be accepted and to give an example of His Spirit, calls
in first place for sound theology: refrain from violence, reestablishment of standards of truth and
restriction to the major issues of God, nature and man. Spiritual freedom gains freedom from idolatry.
b2) Approach to a phenomenon of nature with reason, to be laid out in explanation and to predict from
theory, calls in first place for the categories of reason: space, time, quality, quantity, relationship,
modality and their composite forms. Reason's freedom gains freedom from superstition.
b3) Approach to a human object with maturity, to find understanding and to promote independent thin-
king, calls in the first place for individual concepts with real life experience. Respect for possibilities
and boundaries practices restraint of individuality. Maturity's freedom gains freedom from illusions.
b4) Ethics, raising public awareness about crimes of large scale proportion to set up a last defence
against major misdevelopments, searches around the world for escalating trouble spots to identify,
investigate, publicize and correct them. Ethical freedom gains freedom from gross criminal corruption.
c) Philosophy of Research
Promotion of maturity aims at a more comprehensive understanding of man, society and their interrela-
tions. Research and teaching stay within the eckpunkte as a frame for methodical treatment. Continuing
enlightenment about human objects serves first as an easier, correcter and more seamless train of ar-
gumentation. - In society, institutionalized basic education promotes the tools of mental activities as
driving forces of human expressions. In the school of applications advanced are a higher level of perfor-
mance in all fields, eg more realistic long term policies and education by example, eg discussion of major,
public, present day issues in the context of real life possibilities to suggest solutions.
d) Inhibiting Factors
In comparison to the Spiritual Dimension and Nature, Man, beset by illusions, is the least researched,
though an accurate self-description being a necessary precondition of cognition. Concrete barriers to
break through are his free criminal capacities, mostly activated out of madness for pseudo-knowledge,
pseudo-happiness, prestige, power, possessions, pleasure, all archaic notions, gross, vile, narrow,
persistent, full of hate, not theoretically classifiable. Ensuing corruption, misdevelopments and misuses
are often screened by illusions of human capabilities and convenience and topped by hypocritical ethical
standards. In image fascism they are systematically enforced with violent tools of power. People to the
most part house in 'Babylon the Great, the mother of all the prostitutes and all the filthy practices on the
earth'. (Rev 17, 5) Any other description would be inexact, non-objective and non-scientific.
As a result, the major issues of our times, moral failures with mostly predictable consequences, have
arisen out of global, uncorrected actions: gross inequities of wealth, overpopulation, environmental de-
struction, depletion of resources, overkill stockpiles of ABC weapons, clandestine high tech terror and
misuses of gene technology as a human hand directed evolution. With application of modern technolo-
gies in excess of man's given boundaries, these failures will lead to self-extinction of the species.
Man, independent, abstract, complex, diverse, regenerating, reflective, is by maturity depictable and un-
derstandable. Bent on constructing his living environment, he has disregarded possible achievements,
boundaries and responsibilities, in innocence before the creation to direct the effects of his actions.