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The research into the full history of our world is an almost impossible and complex task, but by doing so will force us to look into all the aspects upon which our present society is being formed. Consider this historic research together with Science of fascism as an important context for the History of oppression study.


How could we know?



Astronomy is the science of celestial objects (such as stars, planets, comets, and galaxies) and phenomena that originate outside the Earth's atmosphere (such as auroras and cosmic background radiation).

The earth is part of an unimaginable large and strange Universe, and is under heavy electro-magnetic influence of the Sun and other elements such as the Moon, besides the occasional kinetic impacts by large or small Asteroids. No one can really know what the Universe really is, but we can try to extrapolate current measurements into space and time to get some vague idea of what it might be (and what it might have been).

  • Electric Universe principles


Geology is the science and study of the solid matter of the earth, its composition, structure, physical properties, history and the processes that shape it. Its is one of the so called Earth sciences, the others are:

  • Geodesy
  • Geophysics
  • Soil science
  • Glaciology
  • Oceanography
  • Meteorology
  • Climatology
  • Atmospheric chemistry
  • Hydrology


  • Evolution of life, survival strategies, and potential adaptability (todo: thought, action, genetics feedback-loop mechanism)
    • Behavioural sciences
    • Gender role
    • Genetics


Anthropology is study of humanity: all human beings at all times and with all dimensions of humanity.

The pre-text for human survival is completely defined by Astronomy and Geology. Therefore any human culture will make strong references to the elements within these fields (food, rain, sunlight, natural disasters), but Social sciences are also crucial in the evolution of humanity:

  • Archeology is the study of human cultures through the recovery, documentation and analysis of material remains and environmental data, including architecture, artifacts, biofacts, human remains, and landscapes.
  • Conscious/critical/creative psychological behaviour
  • Generational dynamics
  • to research: Do the social aspects of humanity become more important with the growth of populations and/or the quality of their environment?
  • Mass migrations of people:
    • "History of International Migration"

Traditions & Spirituality

  • toresearch: "The Golden Bough" by James Frazer

Science of Knowledge

  • What is our consciousness, our memory and our moral intuition?
    • How does it affect our perception and judgement?
  • What do we want to know?
    • Why do we want to know?
    • What can we really know?
    • What should we really know?
    • What should we do with our science and spirituality?
    • And the inverse of all of the above.
  • What culture and knowledge should we preserve?
    • How should we preserve that?
  • How to deal with historic and cultural falsifications?
    • Education in critical thinking (such as the Socratic method)?
  • What could be a useful purpose of being? What would not?
    • Who wants to be a flower?

What do we think we know?


Dating the age of earth elements

  • Dating methods
    • Astronomical influence dating (?)
    • Carbon dating
    • Geological layering
    • Plant/seed dating
    • Genetic research
    • Social culture aspect dating (plant/clay/wood/stone/metal/... craftsmanship)
    • Oral and written history
  • Reliability of these methods?
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