7-2 Theses Contents

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7-2-36 * Introduction To Thesisizing Up On A Foundation Of 35 Levels 


Introduction To Thesisizing mp3


7-2-35-0 Postulates
7-2-35-1 Cosmology
7-2-35-2 Aether Vortices String Formation
7-2-35-3 Galaxies
7-2-35-4 Solar Systems
7-2-35-5 Earth
7-2-35-6 Chemical Evolution
7-2-35-7 Biological Carbon Body Evolution
7-2-35-8 Anthropoculture Evolution
7-2-35-9 Technological Silicon Body Evolution


This is topic 7-2-35 Introduction to the Thesis category 7-2. It is recommended that you have first view Thesis Introduction 7-0 and Thesis Slide Show 7-1. Also, view the Thesis Summary Chart 7-3.

As already stated in the Thesis we will summarize 35 levels of phenomena based on the Observations, Analysis, Contraries, Synthesis and more fundamental Theses.

The Thesis is a statement of what I believe to be true about physical and behavioral reality based on our Observations with the presented Analysis, Contraries. Synthesis and more fundamental Theses.

the·sis ˈTHēsis noun noun: thesis; plural noun: theses

1. a statement or theory that is put forward as a premise to be maintained or proved. "his central thesis is that psychological life is not part of the material world"

synonyms: theory, contention, argument, line of argument, proposal, proposition, idea, claim, premise, assumption, hypothesis, postulation, supposition
"the central thesis of his lecture"
2.  a long
essay or dissertation involving personal research, written by a candidate for a college degree. "a doctoral thesis"
synonyms: dissertation, essay, paper, treatise, disquisition, composition, monograph, study
"a doctoral thesis"
Prosody an unstressed syllable or part of a metrical foot in Greek or Latin verse.
Origin late Middle English (sense 3): via late Latin from Greek, literally ‘placing, a proposition,’ from the root of tithenai ‘to place.’

aa thesisize verb (thē-si­size')

1. (v.) To research, write, or edit one's own thesis.

A thesis or dissertation[1] is a document submitted in support of candidature for an academic degree or professional qualification presenting the author's research and findings.[2] In some contexts, the word "thesis" or a cognate is used for part of a bachelor's or master's course, while "dissertation" is normally applied to a doctorate, while in other contexts, the reverse is true.[3] The term graduate thesis is sometimes used to refer to both master's theses and doctoral dissertations.[4] Dissertations and theses may be considered to be grey literature.

The required complexity and/or quality of research of a thesis or dissertation can vary by country, university and/or program, therefore, the required minimum study period may vary significantly in duration.

The word dissertation can at times be used to describe a treatise without relation to obtaining an academic degree. The term thesis is also used to refer to the general claim of an essay or similar work.