2-8 Personal

0 Contents 2 Background

Content 2 

2-9 Layout

Working

Introduction:

The purpose is to identify the rational for organization on the background experience. It turns out that with evolution the time line and the level of complexity go nearly in parallel.

level of complexity 

the time line

2.0 Introduction  
2.1 Cosmological - to +
2.2 Geophysical 4.54 × 109 years ± 1%.[1][2][3] to ?
2.3 Biological 3.5 × 109 years. [4][5] to ?
2.4.1 Societal - archaic Homo sapiens 200,000 years ago.[6]
2.4.2 Societal - Pictorial/Verbal Labeling 32,000 years ago.[7]
2.4.3 Societal - History Stories  (Neolithic Age) 9500 BCE 
2.5 Cultural -   
2.6 Islamic Alarms  
2.7 Personal  
2.8 Some Problems And Solutions  
2.9 Layout  
[1] "Age of the Earth". U.S. Geological Survey. 1997. http://pubs.usgs.gov/gip/geotime/age.html. Retrieved 2006-01-10.
[2] Dalrymple, G. Brent (2001). "The age of the Earth in the twentieth century: a problem (mostly) solved". Special Publications, Geological Society of London 190: 205–221. doi:10.1144/GSL.SP.2001.190.01.14.
[3] Manhesa, Gérard; Allègrea, Claude J.; Dupréa, Bernard; and Hamelin, Bruno (1980). "Lead isotope study of basic-ultrabasic layered complexes: Speculations about the age of the earth and primitive mantle characteristics". Earth and Planetary Science Letters, Elsevier B.V. 47: 370–382. doi:10.1016/0012-821X(80)90024-2.
[4] Wilde SA, Valley JW, Peck WH, Graham CM (January 2001). "Evidence from detrital zircons for the existence of continental crust and oceans on the Earth 4.4 Gyr ago". Nature 409 (6817): 175–8. doi:10.1038/35051550. PMID 11196637.
[5] Schopf JW, Kudryavtsev AB, Agresti DG, Wdowiak TJ, Czaja AD (March 2002). "Laser--Raman imagery of Earth's earliest fossils". Nature 416 (6876): 73–6. doi:10.1038/416073a. PMID 11882894
[6]
Mitochondrial DNA and fossil evidence indicates that modern humans originated in Africa about 200,000 years ago. =>
Schopf JW, Kudryavtsev AB, Agresti DG, Wdowiak TJ, Czaja AD (March 2002). "Laser--Raman imagery of Earth's earliest fossils". Nature 416 (6876): 73–6. doi:10.1038/416073a. PMID 11882894.
[7] The earliest known cave paintings date to Aurignacian, some 32,000 years ago. - Clottes (2003b), p. 214


From 1.3 Source Of Structural Insight And Website Organization

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Contents

When I taught Physics by laboratory investigation
I found that investigation process and reports
had a natural structure and sequence.

  • 1.3.1 Structure From Hands On Investigation And Reporting
  • 1.3.2 Adapting and Applying The Physics Learning Structure To This Website
  • 1.3.3 Levels Of Sophistication
  • 1.3.4 Layout Introduction
 
We begin by assuming our space is infinite and unique; our space is filled with matter of macroscopically constant density and the matter is in microscopically constant none zero motion; all of which are not created or destroyed and the behavior of matter. And, the non-intelligent forms made of matter obey the physical laws of God (that are not created or destroyed); that creation is a process of forming something like creating a hat, star or baby and destroying is like burning a hat, a star exploding or aborting a fetus. 

Gods laws are not created or destroyed! By our intelligent we can uses God's laws to create and destroy. Our problem is ignorance of the consequences of our manipulating God's eternal laws.  

In God we live and move and have our being. We are the development of intelligence in God's body! In eternality our greatest achievement would be to preserve intelligence in God's body by creating spaceships capable intergalactic travel and spreading the intelligence through the cosmos.

 


1.3.1 Structure For Learning Physics From Investigation

 By Hands-On-Investigation And Report Writing

Label

Characterization

Sophistication

Title Descriptive Exposure
Purpose (why bother) Exposure
Background (prior relevant experience) Exposure, qualitative, quantitative, abstract
Material Needed (to make observation) Exposure
Apparatus Diagram (how the materials were assembled for the investigation) Exposure
Procedure (observations) (for using the apparatus to make observations) Exposure, qualitative
Observations (sometimes a series of observations requiring a table) Exposure, qualitative, quantitative
Theory (to be used in making an analysis of the observations) Qualitative, quantitative, abstract
Procedure (analysis) (how to use the observations and theory to reach conclusions Qualitative, quantitative, abstract
Analysis (analyze the observations with the stated theory
this may involve calculations, analysis tables and graphs)
Qualitative, quantitative, abstract
Conclusions
(analysis)
(this may be a discovery about the reality being investigated
or the discovery of some aspect of the theory
or a discovery about any aspect of the investigation)
Qualitative, quantitative, abstract
Discussion
(analysis)
   

Considering The Results From A Set Of Investigations

Using the results from set of prior investigations (eg.  locating a point r(x,y,z), a moving point v(x,y,z), an accelerating point a(x,y,z). Qualitative, quantitative, abstract
Synthesis (use the results of lower levels to build the nest level of structure leading to a complete overview of the motivating question) Qualitative, quantitative, abstract
Conclusions r(x,y,z)=r0(x,y,z)+v0(x,y,z)t+1/2a0(x,y,z)t2  
Discussion
(Synthesis)
(discuss any limits to the conclusions,
recommend improvement,
recommend a new investigation to extend or clarify the conclusions)
Qualitative, quantitative, abstract

Overview From Sets Of Investigations

Thesis (articulation of the complete overview answer to the motivating question) Qualitative, quantitative, abstract
Discussion
(thesis)
   


1.3.1 Structure 1 Introduction - 1.3 The Way

Levels 1.3.3

1.3.2 Adapting The Physics Learning Structure To This Website

Label

Characterization

Sophistication

Applied Here

Title Descriptive Exposure Cover
Purpose (why bother) Exposure
Background (prior relevant experience) Exposure, qualitative, quantitative, abstract Background
    Exposure, qualitative Regression
Material Needed (to make observation) Exposure Analysis
Apparatus Diagram (how the materials were assembled for the investigation) Exposure
Procedure (observations) (for using the apparatus to make observations) Exposure, qualitative
Observations (sometimes a series of observations requiring a table) Exposure, qualitative, quantitative
Theory (to be used in making an analysis of the observations) Qualitative, quantitative, abstract
Procedure (analysis) (how to use the observations and theory to reach conclusions Qualitative, quantitative, abstract
Analysis (analyze the observations with the stated theory
this may involve calculations, analysis tables and graphs)
Qualitative, quantitative, abstract
Conclusions
(analysis)
(this may be a discovery about the reality being investigated
or the discovery of some aspect of the theory
or a discovery about any aspect of the investigation)
Qualitative, quantitative, abstract
Discussion
(analysis)
(discuss any limits to the conclusions,
recommend improvement,
recommend a new investigation to extend or clarify the conclusions)
Qualitative, quantitative, abstract

Considering The Results From A Set Of Investigations

Using the results from set of prior investigations (eg.  locating a point r(x,y,z), a moving point v(x,y,z), an accelerating point a(x,y,z). Qualitative, quantitative, abstract Synthesis
Synthesis (use the results of lower levels to build the nest level of structure leading to a complete overview of the motivating question) Qualitative, quantitative, abstract
Conclusions r(x,y,z)=r0(x,y,z)+v0(x,y,z)t+1/2a0(x,y,z)t2 abstract
Discussion
(Synthesis)
(discuss any limits to the conclusions,
recommend improvement,
recommend a new investigation to extend or clarify the conclusions)
Qualitative, quantitative, abstract

Overview From Sets Of Investigations

Thesis (articulation of the complete overview answer to the motivating question) Qualitative, quantitative, abstract Thesis
Discussion
(thesis)
(discuss any limits to the conclusions,
recommend improvement,
recommend a new investigation to extend or clarify the conclusions)
Qualitative, quantitative, abstract


1.3.2 Structure 1 Introduction - 1.3 The Way

 1.3.4

1.3.3 Levels Of Sophistication

The Investigations could be characterized as having increasing levels of sophistication.

Exposure Level
(Observation - experiencing.
Recording what was experienced.)

Qualitative Level
(describing observations and cause-effect relationships)

Quantitative Level
(Using numerical observations to make graphs and obtain equations that describe cause-effect relationships)

Abstract Level
(making models of that explain cause-effect relationships and predict behavior in reality)