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Madness of Michelle Bachmann, End Time Evangelicals and the Apocalypse: A study of misreading, mistranslation, misinterpretation, misunderstood culture and misused history for the sake of religion

Armageddon: from Reality to

Political Terrorism in the name of



1. Abstract

2. Thesis

3. Evidence (Textual Criticism: Greek, English, Spanish)

4. Antecedents (in Vogue Today)

5. Mistranslation, Misinterpretation, Misuse of Language in Quest of Propagandizing a perspective that is unhistorical

6. Conclusion

7. Recommendations

8. Bibliography

9. End Notes


John of Patmos (artist conception)

John of Patmos (artist conception)

The Apocalypse, a tart twisted tale of terror and frantic foreboding, of transmogrified sanity in the utterances pulsating pen on parchment ejaculations of one who went by the name of John and lived on the island of Patmos.1 forced upon the wretched world ripe for rapine and a repeat of past mutilative maiming myths of ancient wars and human carnage...

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Academic Writing for Publication


I. Introduction

II. Background

III. Antithesis

IV. Antethesis

V. Protothesis

VI. Synthesis

VII. Reiteration of Rubric: Reality of Academic Writing

VIII. Peer Review

IX. Adversarial Reviews

X. Meeting the challenge in mastering the English language

XI. Academic Writing Requirements

XII. Summary

XIII. Recommendations

XIV. Bibliography

XV. Footnotes


In academia, investigation, research (research is frequently confused with investigation, although in Academic English they mean different aspects in the conduct of inquiry), writing, rewriting, editing, redacting, and publishing is conducted in several sets of forms and genres, not all that are geared, directed, responsive to or a part of the author’s field of specialization to the lamentable loss of true scholarship...

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Psychology, Philosophy, Publication, and Ethical Research Guidelines in all Fields of Study: Preparation for Writing an Original, Quality Thesis


In cases where I am called on to review a thesis or dissertation, I hesitate, frequently decline, and (with rare exceptions) I feel fear, then ultimately despair at the puerile paucity of knowledge that is contained in poorly invested, investigated, and roughly researched papers that aspire to the title and name of thesis—yet have nothing in common with a real thesis.1  The theses that I have read over the past fifty years have been at best blatant, bland, barren, crass “cut-and-past”, or more precisely, bypassing deliberate plagiarism to outright theft of intellectual property rights.2  This has become so common, that I walk away with an apologia at best, or just express my “regrets” that I am not capable of weighing in on the theses as most writers assume that “by pa...

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Investigation: First tool toward a definition of fact

Galileo on Intellect over Fantasy


I. Introduction

II. Abstract

III. Introduction

IV. Asking Questions, Initiating Investigation

V. The Investigative Process

VI. Original Sources not Understood or Ignored

VII. Established Opinions vs. Truth

VIII. Barriers and Authorities

IX. Interrogation vs. Interview

X. Interview Preparation

XI. Communication Skills

XII. Ethics and Investigation

XIII. Group Think

XIV.  Bibliography

XV. End Notes


Investigation is commonly defined in the current era as being associated with criminal (White collar1  and Blue collar2 behavior, actions, and various consequences ranging from theft to murder-for-hire and assassination, and more,3 while the practitioners of this sleuthfoot/gumshoed/shamus4 operation do use basic principles of investigation...

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