Nature's expression systems provide us
with clues and examples of its expression methods.
Let's look at atomic projection theory .. which in concept ....
can function like an old fashioned movie projector.
One-, two-and three-dimensional nanostructures with atom lithography.
the (BL)BB Efimov physics. The sepa- ration of thej = 0 ...
to the nuclear many -body wavefunction. The mathematical structure ...
projects the image onto a large theater screen ... such as seen at traditional movie theater houses.
known as the 18 column families. Part of the table is shown below .......
..... in this case ... the EARTH geography site of Watertown, Wisconsin.
- The Concept of Functional Groups
- www.3rd1000.com/chem301/chem301a.htmIn organic chemistry , functional groups are specific groups of atoms within ... group will undergo the same or similar chemical reaction(s) regardless of the ... The simplest organic molecule is one carbon bonded covalently to four hydrogens, CH4. ... In the formulas, the symbols R and R' usually denotes a hydrocarbon side ...
- [PDF]Organic and Inorganic Reactivity Lecture 1
Department of Chemistry, Imperial CollegeSince this functions as its main site of reactivity it is termed the ... we look at a list of common functional groups in organic chemistry (Table 1) we see that there .... electron rich and whose electrons are available to make bonds with electrophiles.
- Organic Functional Groups - Chemistry Drills
- www.chemistry-drills.com/functional-groups.php?q=simpleAlkyl, and occasionally aryl (aromatic) functions are represented by the R- .... Alkenes are electron rich reactive centres and are susceptible to electrophilic addition. ... This free, open access web site is an ongoing project and your input is ...
- Organic Chemistry - Volume 1 - Page 128 - Google Books Result
- books.google.com/books?isbn=0935702903F UNCTIONALIZED ORGANIC MOLECULES THIS CHAPTER IS ABOUT 0 What ... The site (atom or group of atoms) in a molecule where a reaction takes place is ... R— CH =CH2 R2C=CR2 monosubstituted alkene tetrasubstituted alkene R ...
- Roger S. Macomber - 1996 - Science
Thus John Richards was a RCH --> was a social and political.... REACTIVE site for Carbon Hydrogen ..... as his personnel career demonstrates.
The Octagon House
John Richards, born in Hinsdale, Mass., in 1806, son of Revolutionary War forebears, graduated from Williams College and was admitted to the Massachusetts bar. He taught in a well known school “Egremont” near where he lived, and later joined the trek across Midwestern states for adventure and homesteading in Wisconsin. The whole Northwest Territory was wide open for government land grants in the 1840's and 1850's and many young men from New England joined in the “go west, young man” [*] movement. Richards, while in college, had been influenced by a new concept in building that swept across America a few years later - the octagon shaped house.
[* a favorite saying of the nineteenth-century journalist Horace Greeley, referring to opportunities on the frontier]
Arrival in Area
Richards and two companions came to Wisconsin in 1837, partly as the result of the financial panic of 1837 in the east. Watertown's first white man, Timothy Johnson, arrived shortly before that time. Richards walked and studied the areas in this part of the state and found exactly what he wanted in the navigable Rock River in Watertown. Good land was plentiful, there were hills and forests, but much work needed to clear trees and stumps. He bought farm land on the east side of the river and built a small log house. Some years later, in 1846, he completed the purchase of 140 acres of wooded land west of the river [*], including the high bluff which he had visualized as the site for the home he had in mind. This home would give him a commanding view of the Rock River valley.
[* First owner of the 140 acre parcel was Silas W. Newcomb who acquired the land in 1838 from the United States government [cross reference]. In 1846 he sold the land to John Richards, builder of the Octagon House. The land was surveyed for individual lots in 1870]
In 1840 Richards returned east to marry Miss Eliza Forbes of Great Barrington. Her father, Moses Forbes, was the owner of the Old Post Road stage coach line which ran between Hartford and Albany. To allay the fears of his bride for life as a pioneer in a new land Richards promised she would have the finest home in the area.
Richards and his bride began planning the fine home in the octagon shape. During this time Richards built a dam across the river and established a grist mill on the east bank. This flour mill burned in 1886. It was not rebuilt. Today the electric company power plant stands on the site of the former mill. This was a time of prosperity for Watertown; its population grew from 1,500 in 1850 to 8,500 in 1855, making it the second sized city in Wisconsin. Richards milling operations made Richards increasingly wealthy and he decided it was time to build the large home for his family and build it of a size that would also take care of housing and feeding some of the mill hands or lumbermen he employed.
The original Richards cabin was in an almost primeval forest but land was cleared and some rented out to others. The Octagon House on the west side of the river was some years in the planning and three years under construction. In 1854 this beautiful home was completed and the family moved in. The original sketches and diagrams for the house made by John Richards are on display in the Octagon House today.
Richards ran the mill, supervised the farm and did some law work. This pioneer lawyer did not actively set up a law office in Watertown, but did certain amounts of legal work when asked, He was the first district attorney in Jefferson County, helped set up a county system, was a member of the Watertown school board, was elected mayor in 1869-70, was also a one-time member of the Wisconsin legislature.
Thus, in year 20-14, we some clues about the mystery of Watertown, Wisconsin ... and its well kept secrets.
President Nixon tried to understand the secret EARTH LANGUAGE and water molecule languages of the region ...with his WATER GATE signal 72 in year 1972 to humans ccompriseded of 72 % water,
Watertown + ixonia --> spells NixonMany other clues remain ....such the COMPUTER EARTH system 370 LU = Logical Unit --> Lumber used in the Octagon House of those Oxygen atom 16 breathing humans with Lu = Logical Unit = LUNG ,,,,, all near the EARTH geography highway ..Hexadecimal Highway 16.
Puzzles of existence and human life and behavior abound in the Watertown region ...with Columbus and Water100 , etc ...providing more intrigue.