1 Foundation

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Observations 3

2 Background View with title and index frames.

2003 2016 Donald Johnson - email: donaldjamesjohnsonsr@thewaythetruthandthelife-net

2-0 An Overview 
2-1 Cosmological
2-2 Geophysical
2-3 Biological
2-4 Cultural rather Anthropoculture - The Rearing of Healthy Human Beings-
       Not the narcissism of affluent or socialist societies where children are 
       raised by wet-nurses, baby- sitters, day- care and bottle- fed-
2-5 History of Society
2-6 Islamic Alarms
2-7 Personal
2-8 Some Problems To Work On
2-9 Layout


The American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language: Fourth Edition-  2000-


     back-ground   PRONUNCIATION:      bkground OTHER FORMS: background -  VERB
( Noun)
 1- The ground or scenery located behind something- 2a- The part of a pictorial representation that appears to be in the distance and that provides relief for the principal objects in the foreground- b- The general scene or surface against which designs, patterns, or figures are represented or viewed- 3- A position or area of relative inconspicuousness or unimportance- 4- The circumstances and events surrounding or leading up to an event or occurrence- 5- A person's experience, training, and education: Her background in the arts is impressive-
A Person's
    background - personal home culture, personal culture and life's experiences-
    background - A person's experience, training, education, Anthropoculture and social environment in which a person was brought up and has lived-
ETYMOLOGY: back - [Dutch bak, from French bac, from Old French, boat, from Vulgar Latin *baccus, vessel, probably of Celtic origin-]
ground - [Middle English, from Old English grund-]

What do we have to start with?
Our Ability To Record, Our Curiosity  and
Our Background Of Experience!