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DEATH OUTCOME ASSERTIONS part of a persons genetic structure that was originally a thought
DEATH OUTCOME ASSERTIONS
part of a persons genetic structure that was originally a thought
at the bottom of every murder there is a death outcome assertion or postulate
the postulate or assertion had to exist in the person in the first place
no death outcome assertion, no act's that produce the outcome of death
all death outcome assertions have at least two aspects
e.g. " jump off cliff "
each aspect is a variable
" jump off cliff " " fly off cliff "
" jump from tree " " fly from tree "
the strongest postulates/assertions will be able to accommodate all other lesser postulates and assertions
e.g. the postulate " drop dead " can encompass the assertion " jump from cliff " but not the other way around
jumping off the cliff will not necessarily result in death whereas dropping dead must
a weak assertion cannot encompass a stronger one
a man who killed in self defence does not want to share a cell with a child murderer
a child murderer does not want to share a cell with a cannibal
cannibals have to be isolated
there are at least two ways these abstract postulates/assertions become part of the person
2 self - instilled
all death outcome postulates eventually reduce to a simple structured thought/sentence
death-outcome postulates/assertions can form very early on in life
any time after the brain is capable of forming structured sentences
all postulates were originally in the form of a thought
e.g. " if i had as money as i wanted i could do whatever i wanted "
and becomes, across the undulations, a simple-sentenced genetic structure forming earlier on in the life of the person every new undulation and eventually turns into a simple sentence that becomes a fixed genetic structure
e.g. " starve 'til dead "
this is typical of degradaton-leading-to-death assertions
death-outcome assertions and postulates do not become part of a person unless people allow them to become part of themselves