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Purpose 6-2-01

6-2-02 * Synthesize The Contraries To The Analysis, And The Analysis, Of Observations Of The Universe  

Contrary - Thesis

Conceptual Foundation

6-2-02-0 The Postulates To Reason On
6-2-02-1 The Universe Background
6-2-02-2 The Universe Today
6-2-02-3 The Universe's Future
6-2-02-4 Our String Formed
6-2-02-5 Our String Today
6-2-02-6 Our String's Future
6-2-02-7 Galaxies Formed
6-2-02-8 Our Galaxy Today
6-2-02-9 Our Galaxy's Future

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To understand Purpose

We Need To Understand What We Can Observe.

Why? What? When? Where? How?


We Want To Discover
2 We Observe The Universe As Matter In Motion In Space (Our Source Of Existence).
They are eternal; Not Created - Not Destroyed!

To understand the Universe we need to understand

Intelligent Life As Part Of The Universe.

Why? What? When? Where? How?
We Want To Discover

Diagram  2 The Universe.


The American Heritage? Dictionary of the English Language: Fourth Edition. 2000.
1. All matter and energy, including the earth, the galaxies, and the contents of intergalactic space, regarded as a whole.


Conceptual Foundation


To ask questions about the meaning of Life and the Universe, we need to start somewhere. We need to state the conceptual foundation that we take to be true with out question. These foundation concepts are called Postulates.

At this point I make the qualitative assertions:

Initial Postulate 1. The Universe exists!
Initial Postulate 2. We exist as part of the Universe!
Initial Postulate 3. We have Awareness of and can communicate about the Universe and ourselves as part of it!

*Note: In the Universe we live and move and have our being! We are part of the Universe physically and behaviorally.


SYLLABICATION:	pos?tu?late	
     TRANSITIVE VERB:Inflected forms: 
     pos?tu?lat?ed, pos?tu?lat?ing, pos?tu?lates 
     1. To make claim for; demand.  
     2. To assume or assert the truth, reality, or necessity of, 
        especially as a basis of an argument.  
     3. To assume as a premise or axiom; take for granted. 
     1. Something assumed without proof as being self-evident or 
        generally accepted, especially when used as a basis for 
        an argument: ?the postulate that there is little moral 
        difference between the superpowers? (Henry A. Kissinger).
     2. A fundamental element; a basic principle.  
     3. Mathematics An axiom.   
     4. A requirement; a prerequisite.