Physiochronology - A New Science
Physiochronology - A New Science
There are traits that evolution does not explain. Physiochronology explains them.
There are traits that evolution does not explain. Physiochronology explains them. Read more
About this project
"Hello Ms. Jones,
My name is Lloyd. I've been working on something that could be of major importance. I have found, and collected proof of, the existence of sets of physical traits that have no gender, no ethnicity, that do not change, and that repeat in a regular pattern. This means there are traits that are exempt from the process of evolution.
The importance of my discovery is that it will add to our current understanding of biology. Our current understanding of life is extremely incomplete. It basically states that the struggle for survival is the source of (and changes) all physical traits. This is true, but only to a certain extent. With this understanding as our guide, we haven't been able to explain things like chronic stomach pain (how does that help an organism to survive?), schizophrenia, why people look almost exactly like people they have no relation to (our current understanding is that we inherit our traits and only explains why people who are related look alike), and much more. What I have discovered offers an explanation for these seemingly unexplainable phenomena.
Chronic stomach pain is part of one of the sets of traits that exist outside of the process of evolution. Schizophrenia (as well as OCD, bipolar disorder, and all other major mental disorders) is part of three sets of traits that exist outside of the process of evolution. People who aren't related look alike because they share sets of traits that exist outside of evolution. If they share one of these sets of traits, they look about 12% alike (they share 12% of features). If they share 2 sets of traits, they look about 24% alike. Etc. Not only do they look alike, their organs are similar – their brains have similar structure, their livers, their stomachs, their glands, their lungs, their vocal cords, etc. and none of this has to do with gender, ethnicity, or evolution.
These sets of traits are most visible in the face (this makes sense since we can't see organs). You can see 33 of these sets of traits at physiochronology.blogspot.com The focus on the website is the face. The reason I focused on the face is because the face is the most accessible piece of information, not just to me but to everyone else.
You'll have to see the sets of traits on your own in order to fully appreciate my work (5 ½ years of field research, 5 ½ years of gathering visual data, 1 year of writing). Depending on how interested you are in seeing them, it could take anywhere from a few days to a few months. It's something you can do whenever you're doing anything else. Any time there is another person around you, you can take a minute or two to observe their face and then check what you see with what I have on my website. (The more information you get on the person you're looking up, the better. I am also available to answer any questions.)
After you have seen some (or all) of the sets of traits on your own, you will see that these discoveries are on the same scale, and will have the same importance, as the discoveries of Charles Darwin. They will expand our understanding of life (all life, not just human life. I focused on human beings but other species also have these sets of traits). They will also help with (currently) unexplainable and chronic health issues (for example, people who have found a way to overcome their chronic stomach pain can help others overcome theirs. Kurt Cobain, a famous musician, had the set of traits in which chronic stomach pain is one of the traits. This led him to take his own life). Many other fields will also benefit from this (fashion, art, etc.). It could also aid in freeing the human mind from racism, sexism, and the the kill-or-be-killed attitude that leads to so many of our social problems.
There is so much to look into, and so many species to study, that the entire world can research this new area of biology for years to come.
I'm looking forward to hearing from you.
Yours Truly, Lloyd Brown"
Email sent to Sarah Jones.
To share these discoveries I need to present them to large groups of people in major cities. The cities I have chosen are Portland (Oregon), San Francisco, Los Angeles, London, Madrid, Paris, Sydney, and Mexico City. I have enough material to give high-quality presentations on different subjects in each city. Your backing will help me do this.
Risks and challenges
I have been preparing for this tour for the last year. I have found an event planner, a manager, and someone to help with messages.
I have also been studying Spanish, French, and ASL so that I will be able to communicate with people all over the world.
12 years worth of research will enable me to answer questions and will provide me with enough material for several presentations.Learn about accountability on Kickstarter
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