The science of surviving. The true story of surviving.

All must be a science, also, to study surviving. We need to find the scientific laws, the math formula, the absolute truth, to know for sure how we survive best. We need to collect data on surviving and get better ideas on how to survive, to survive best. We need to find the story.

We need to find our own purpose

We need to find our own development

We need to stay near the camp, but the camp we truly belong too

We need to find our own one

Finding our own purpose, changing camps from the luck of family and friends, to the luck of finding a camp with our own one, and our own kids. Using the community the way we want, and in case we need help.

So, all we do at first is to see what we can find now, on the topics we study.

Then, we study more on the variables, and create and study theories and math formulas, then, in the end, trying to find absolutes, the absolute math formula for everything in the science on the topic. How all relate, truly precisely, creating the absolute truth, the scientific law on the topic.

It will be a lot of research, going through all found already, and finding new parts of the story, but we need it, our future depends on how well we humans will do science, evidence-based arguments, and making informed decisions (Hachmer, 2020, Our future depends on how well we humans will do science, evidence-based arguments, and making informed decisions).

The collection will be the state we are in now, with the knowledge level we have today, and this will develop, as long as we continue studying.

Reference.

Hachmer, J. (26th of June, 2020) Our future depends on how well we humans will do science, evidence-based arguments, and making informed decisions. Medium. Retrieved from https://medium.com/ombudscycle/our-future-depends-on-how-well-we-humans-will-do-science-evidence-based-arguments-and-making-c2fedc766bd8

The research will have a logical process and steps.

You will be in a process of experiencing sensations from the outside world through the senses (Seamon, N.D.), with inverse problems. Humans will guess within themselves, wondering what is happening in the outside world, trying to guess that through their senses, that are in between the brain and the outside world, so there is no direct contact, to be sure what is happening (Purves, N.D.).

Then, humans will wonder (Schattner, 2015, P.1.; Loewenstein, 1994), some more than others, and with a few reasons. Schools and other people influence, to shut and up and “learn”, but that is not learning (Berliner, 2020; Hachmer, 2020, Cracked the code of education), learning we do naturally, and starts with wondering, questioning, creating questions to research, and researching, we do that naturally.

We address our minds with the findings we do and the findings of others, create theories, further research questions, and create hypotheses we test out with experiments.

In the end, we find math formulas and scientific laws. One that understands this learning process better (more professional, or researched more what more developed, more sophisticated people would do to find the truth) will do better and get on higher levels of thinking, as they understand what to do, naturally.

With the scientific method, we use a method to find nature in things, to find further research and the absolute truth, the scientific laws.

We process all input, we do that best in the best environment. When we get the best input, best processing, in the best environment, we have the best output we can possibly have.

Because science is done over time, over time we get better environments, better input, and better output.

Your output will be someone else's input.

(McCombes, 2019; Tyzzer, N.D.; Hachmer, 2020, BASIC CHILD DEVELOPMENT INTO THREE STAGES Made Simple — Even Your Kids Can Do It ).

Forces blocking development and learning

During this process also people that are not developed can be a block in your process. People that did not yet understand the sciences, the scientific method, human rights, ethics, nor academic skills can be violating rights, ethics codes, and can be a force against your work. You will need to get to a point people can see your expressions and let you live. Also, other people need to truly process your output and place the information and express their science back, correctly.

Criminals can want to change what you say, some people just do not like the truth. All do have the duty to process your output correctly. This is a job and science on its own to address all those people, and let them process your output. It is a human right that you count, and are competent, must be taken seriously, and all your work must be processed.

There can also be people with issues in processing so much information from the world, still, you have the right to express, to have your ranking with your work and science, and no one is allowed to violate your human rights (Ruggiero, et al., N.D.), nor ethics (Валерия Николаевна Петрова, N.D.,1.6. Current International Standards Psychologist — Psychodiagnostic Activity.), nor science methods and the duty to share findings (Fischer, and Zigmond, 2010; Palomar Tarancon, 2012; Zakariya, 2019; Hugh, 2020), etc.

People good in Social- Emotional Learning (SEL), will have fewer problems with all “programs” you make. They can work easier with your information, and place it better, but we must do SEL ourselves first (Liston, et al, N.D.).

There are many jobs helping to keep the science correct. Sometimes, you need a job like that first, to be able to show all your work. So, we keep the work safe, and share it with everyone, as a duty in science is sharing all the science, and findings.

References.

McCombes, S. (20th of June, 2019) The main types of research compared. Scribbr. Retrieved from https://www.scribbr.com/methodology/types-of-research/

Tyzzer, R. (N.D.) Research cycle. Unice. Retrieved from http://www.unice.fr/crookall-cours/research/research_cycle.htm

Seamon, J. (N.D.) Understanding Memory: Explaining the Psychology of Memory through Movies. Wesleyan University through Coursera. Retrieved from https://www.coursera.org/learn/memory-and-movies

Purves, D. (N.D.) Visual Perception and the Brain. Duke University through Coursera. Retrieved from https://www.coursera.org/learn/visual-perception

Schattner, A. (May, 2015) Curiosity. Are you curious enough to read on? NCBI. Retrieved from https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4484215/#:~:text=Curiosity%20is%20a%20universal%20and%20omnipotent%2C%20predominantly%20human%20trait.&text=It%20underlies%20child%20development%20and,in%20learning%2C%20discovery%20and%20art.&text=A%20PubMed%20search%20for%20'curiosity,only%20few%20publications%2C%20mostly%20irrelevant.

Loewenstein, G. (1994) The psychology of curiosity: A review and reinterpretation. CMU. Retrieved from https://www.cmu.edu/dietrich/sds/docs/loewenstein/PsychofCuriosity.pdf

Berliner, W. (28th of January, 2020) ‘Schools are killing curiosity’: why we need to stop telling children to shut up and learn’ The guardian. Retrieved from https://www.theguardian.com/education/2020/jan/28/schools-killing-curiosity-learn

Hachmer, J. (9th of February, 2020) Cracked the code of education. Medium. Retrieved from https://jiskahachmer.medium.com/cracked-the-code-of-education-35989b3e67b3

Hachmer, J. (30th of March, 2020) BASIC CHILD DEVELOPMENT INTO THREE STAGES Made Simple — Even Your Kids Can Do It. Medium. Retrieved from https://jiskahachmer.medium.com/basic-child-development-into-three-stages-made-simple-even-your-kids-can-do-it-be4915e3d6a7#:~:text=BASIC%20CHILD%20DEVELOPMENT%20INTO%20THREE,It%20%7C%20by%20Jiska%20Hachmer%20%7C%20Medium

Ruggiero, R., et al. (N.D.) Children’s Human Rights — An Interdisciplinary Introduction. The University of Geneva through Coursera. Retrieved from https://www.coursera.org/learn/childrens-rights

Liston, D., et al. (N.D.) The Teacher and Social and Emotional Learning (SEL) Specialization. The University of Colorado Boulder through Coursera. Retrieved from https://www.coursera.org/specializations/teacher-sel

Валерия Николаевна Петрова (N.D.)Psychodiagnostics and Psychological Assessment. Tomsk State University through Coursera. Retrieved from https://www.coursera.org/learn/psychodiagnostics

Валерия Николаевна Петрова (N.D.)Psychodiagnostics and Psychological Assessment, 1.5. Ethical Issues and Dilemmas of Psychodiagnostics. Tomsk State University through Coursera. Retrieved from https://www.coursera.org/learn/psychodiagnostics/lecture/nbne7/1-5-ethical-issues-and-dilemmas-of-psychodiagnostics

Валерия Николаевна Петрова (N.D.)Psychodiagnostics and Psychological Assessment, 1.6. Current International Standards Psychologist — Psychodiagnostic Activity. Tomsk State University through Coursera. Retrieved from https://www.coursera.org/learn/psychodiagnostics/lecture/T3n5x/1-6-current-international-standards-psychologist-psychodiagnostic-activity

Fischer, B., and Zigmond, M. (10th of December, 2010) The Essential Nature of Sharing in Science. Researchgate. Retrieved from https://www.researchgate.net/publication/49636156_The_Essential_Nature_of_Sharing_in_Science

Palomar Tarancon, J.(7th of October, 2012) Is science a method or doctrine? Researchgate. Retrieved from https://www.researchgate.net/post/Is_science_a_method_or_doctrine

Zakariya, Y. (8th of April, 2019) What type of knowledge is science and how is it different from other kinds of knowledge? Researchgate. Retrieved from https://www.researchgate.net/post/What_type_of_knowledge_is_science_and_how_is_it_different_from_other_kinds_of_knowledge

Gauch, Hugh. (2010). Scientific Method in Brief. Scientific Method in Brief. 1–288. 10.1017/CBO9781139095082.

Pro-life

A human has the right to life. Should you be for or against life? You can only be for life, as it is a duty to be pro-life, but for science, would it be better to not have humans on earth?

Could we decide on this? We are all born depending. God has put us here, or life put you here. All other animals keep living, they live the way they are born, they live that out and then die, why not humans?

Our minds can be trained to kill ourselves. Bullied, abused, used, to protect ourselves, or to continue what is done to us, to finish it off.

We can also choose to not let the kids live, if we are raped, or they would not have a good life.

There is a lot to study on this topic, in the end, all have the right to life. So, you could also see why you think about being pro or against life. Also, you do have the right to stop your own life. Euthanasia is done for a few reasons, not only severely ill and in extreme pain.

A child is born with human rights, every child is. Children are competent by law, and thus they should get what they want. The right to life is theirs, and the choices to continue life, too.

We better make the best instruments and find the best science to be the best in these choices. So, we truly know what we do not want to live, and what we do want to live. We will need to be able to see the future well enough to decide. We need to understand all options, also children, they need to understand all, to choice best. But, at the same time, we cannot interfere, influence, nor force children, nor adults.

So, pro-life is about being truly yourself, with your own choices. We all can do ourselves best, and this being ourselves best is an output, we will express it, and others will take that as their input, and will process our expressions, then create their own output, too. So, together we will express, and we will see all the possible choices, and choices made. All doing our own rights.

Purpose

We cannot decide for others, we can try to find our own purpose, so we have better survival chances (Hachmer, 2020, The secret of surviving: purpose. Why do people have a purpose?). Having a purpose will let you survive better. Purpose gives better resilience to torture, slave labor, and starvation, survivors of world war have shown us that. Also, a purpose can give a subjective sense of happiness to lower levels of stress hormones. Older women have lower cholesterol, are less likely to be overweight, and have lower levels of an inflammatory response when having a purpose. People with purpose are less diagnosed with mild cognitive impairment and even Alzheimer’s Disease (John Templeton Foundation, 2020).

References.

Hachmer, J. (15th of June, 2020) The secret of surviving: purpose. Why do people have a purpose? Medium. Retrieved from https://medium.com/covid-19-collection/the-secret-of-surviving-purpose-why-do-people-have-a-purpose-9fdcbf430a98

John Templeton Foundation (2020) The psychology of purpose. John Templeton Foundation. Retrieved from https://www.templeton.org/discoveries/the-psychology-of-purpose

Homo Sapiens depend on best input, we share knowledge, we create collective knowledge.

Homo Sapiens features are art, speech, handling more of the same kind, compared to other species. We create collective knowledge and share the knowledge, this is why we survive as humans, and the longest living species (Christian and Baker, N.D.).

We need to study Big History and understand sciences, to understand what we need to survive. Our ancestors did a great job, as the Homo Sapiens still live after 350.000 years.

We can keep the knowledge in museums, and spread the sciences, share the information, so everyone can process the information and know what to do, best.

Children will learn it all, and actually, simply learn what our ancestors left behind. We learn how they survived, and try the same. We are born totally dependent and will become autonomous, as a “copy” of the past humans.

But, every new child is unique, so we will make this a personal new life, but enough alike, to be called a Homo Sapiens, we are not becoming a new species, we become a personal Homo Sapiens, with art, speech, handling the same species, collective knowledge and our own preferences, free will, and personal processing of information.

References.

Christian, D., and Baker, D. (N.D.) Big History. Macquarie University through Coursera. Retrieved from https://www.coursera.org/learn/big-history

We need to stay near the camp to survive, but the community everyone has their own ideas about.

Health outcomes are not determined by just having a community. Everyone has their own ideas about community, we live our lives differently, and does not determine the health outcomes. The differences are fine, but we do need community the same when we do need help, truly. Thus not care frauds that want to use us, decide good health outcomes. Also, not the ones believing in community. Positive health outcomes are determined on the level where prevention and intervention take place (Hachmer, 2020, Communities determine health outcomes. What is a community?).

So, the community has to be available, but not to be forced onto us, nor shaped by others, as if that will create a better outcome. You will have your own ideas on how to shape your community, or how to join a community or not.

This is also a human right, the right to join, not our right to force people to join. We are not allowed to interfere, force, nor influence people. We have to let everyone be who they want to be, but when they need a community we have to be available.

The health outcome will be determined on the prevention and intervention level. So, that is not the community, but someone doing prevention.

If you need to prevent something, this service will be a benefit, but only, if you have a good connection with the therapist, or teacher, which will determine even more the outcome than the therapy itself (Firestone, 2016).

References.

Hachmer, J. (28th of May, 2020) Communities determine health outcomes. What is a community? Medium. Retrieved from https://medium.com/covid-19-collection/communities-determine-health-outcomes-what-is-a-community-5c58efe5928c

Firestone, L. (22nd of December, 2016) The Importance of the Relationship in Therapy. Psychology Today. Retrieved from https://www.psychologytoday.com/us/blog/compassion-matters/201612/the-importance-the-relationship-in-therapy

Finding your friends, and the one.

This can be a purpose, to survive.

Asking the right questions can lead you to the best people (Hachmer, 2020, “Finish the sentence” The Untold Secrets with ABOUT 100 QUESTIONS, TASKS, FINISHING SENTENCES TO FIND FRIENDS, EMPLOYEES, BUSINESS PARTNERS, AND THE RIGHT SPOUSE FOR YOU, Forever.).

So, you'll need to study these questions, what to ask, to find out if you are compatible, and what to ask to let people fall in love with you ( Hachmer, 2020, 36 questions to ask to fall in love).

Hachmer, J. (1st of June, 2020) “Finish the sentence” The Untold Secrets with ABOUT 100 QUESTIONS, TASKS, FINISHING SENTENCES TO FIND FRIENDS, EMPLOYEES, BUSINESS PARTNERS, AND THE RIGHT SPOUSE FOR YOU, Forever. Medium. Retrieved from https://jiskahachmer.medium.com/the-untold-secrets-with-about-100-questions-tasks-finishing-sentences-to-find-friends-employees-c85e89fc3766

Hachmer, J. ( 17th of April, 2020) 36 questions to ask to fall in love. Medium. Retrieved from https://jiskahachmer.medium.com/36-questions-to-ask-to-fall-in-love-470dfed373fc

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