Can dark matter help space clouds merge?

1.9 astronomy - M. Daniel

TABLE OF CONTENTS

1 Physiognomic ................................................ .................................................. ...................................... 16

1.1 Observing is recognizing .............................................. .................................................. ............................. 17

1.2 Alternative healing methods ............................................... .................................................. ........................... 21

1.2.1 Eye - Iris diagnosis - State of health .......................................... ......................................... 21

1.3 Anatomy ................................................ .................................................. .................................................. ...... 22

1.3.1 Eyes - people see more colorfully and sharply ....................................... .................................. 22

1.3.2 Eyes - thanks to evolution, social animals + humans recognize faces .................... 22

1.4 Anthropology ................................................ .................................................. ............................................... 23

1.4.1 Industrial 3D tomography 1000x larger resolution ......................................... .............. 23

1.4.2 Ethnological Research - Black Book - Australian Wilder ....................................... 23

1.4.3 Plastic reconstruction of the skull and face ......................................... ..................... 24

1.4.4 Reconstructing DNA + skull bones Nikolaus Kopernikus face ................................ 25

1.4.5 Skulls of former farmers compared with those of hunters ...................................... ...... 25

1.4.6 what old skeletons and bones reveal hollow, receding forehead, eyeballs, jaws ............. 26

1.4.7 DNA does not determine the behavior of the animals - but observation in the field .......................... 27

1.4.8 The hand embodies the essence of the human being ......................................... ........................................ 28

1.5 Ancient science ............................................... .................................................. .................................... 30

1.5.1 New methodology - Archimedes' writings deciphered ......................................... ........... 30

1.6 Archeology ................................................ .................................................. .................................................. .30

1.6.1 non-destructive CT view of the oldest mummies ....................................... .............................. 30

1.6.2 Gang of Europeans 1.7 million old ......................................... .................................................. ............... 31

1.6.3 Diversity of shapes - functions of skulls and skeletons ........................................ ................... 32

1.6.4 Mummies with facial features similar to Asian and European ......................................... ...... 32

1.6.5 look first, then think - a comprehensive view provides information ...................................... .. 33

1.6.6 superficial examination - scientifically trained eye ....................................... 33

1.6.7 Stone tools approx. 125,000 years of age modern Homosapiens ................................... ........................ 34

1.6.8 Early and modern humans shared living space 11500 years ago in China ......... 34

1.7 Architecture ................................................ .................................................. .................................................. ... 35

1.7.1 Palladio's architecture is body design + is based on the visual process ...................... 35

1.8 Asia ................................................ .................................................. .................................................. ............. 36

1.8.1 Light porcelain skin - expression of prosperity etc. versus yellowish melanin ......................... 36

1.9 Astronomy ................................................. .................................................. .................................................. 37

1.9.1 Alma giant telescope - view 10 billion light years away ..................................... 37

1.9.2 Hubble Space Telescope 540,000 photos of Earth ........................................ ............................. 38

1.9.3 Space probe photographs comet's surface - grants insight 4.6 million years ago ........... 38

1.9.4 Space probe shows image of the universe after the Big Bang ......................................... ....................... 39

1.9.5 protons 250 million light years range to the sun ......................................... .......................... 40

1.9.6 see + recognize first - spontaneity energy radiation mass ....................................... ... 40

1.9.7 GTC giant telescope = 4 million human pupils search for the 2nd earth .................... 42

1.9.8 Telescope - Comet Lulin - poison green = cyano gas ........................................ .................................... 42

1.9.9 Sky observation = optical evidence ............................................ ....................................... 43

1.9.10 Inferring the nature of planets from observation of light ............................ 44

1.9.11 Mercury - measurements - cardiography - a lot different than assumed ................................... 45

1.9.12 Cosmology - Telescopes - Fingerprint of the Big Bang ......................................... .................... 46

1.9.13 String Theory - Perceiving 3 of 10 Dimensions ......................................... ....................... 47

1.9.14 ​​107 hours of telescope observations neutron star .......................................... ................ 48

1.9.15 JWST Space Telescope - Staring for Hundreds of Hours ........................................ ..... 49

1.10 Astrophysics ................................................ .................................................. .................................................. 50

1.10.1 Observation + experiment to explain the future universe ....................................... ..... 50

1.10.2 Telescopes are very sensitive - can observe spectacular discoveries ...... 51

1.10.3 Around 15 light years observing planets - Milky Way 100,000 LJ ............................... 52

1.10.4 Physicists Chemists Geologists Biologists observe + analyze ....................................... 53

1.10.5 the strictly scientific horoscope ........................................... ............................................ 54

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1.11 Audio pedagogy ................................................ .................................................. ........................................... 56

1.11.1 Lip reading for the hearing impaired ............................................ ................................................. 56

1.12 Ophthalmology ................................................ .................................................. ........................................... 56

1.12.1 Age + state of exhaustion visible in the eyes ......................................... .......................... 56

1.13 Language of movement ................................................ .................................................. .................................... 57

1.13.1 Ballet - inner relationship with form of expression ......................................... .......................... 57

1.14 Sculpture ................................................ .................................................. ............................................. 58

1.14.1 Saints radiate sensuality ........................................... .................................................. ........ 58

1.14.2 Portrait heads - expression of the inside .......................................... .................................................. 58

1.14.3 The face mirror of the soul .......................................... .................................................. ............. 59

1.15 Biochemistry ................................................ .................................................. .................................................. .... 60

1.15.1 The appearance of a three-dimensional protein reveals how it works ............................... 60

1.15.2 Science with lay researchers - found viral protein - unsolvable for supercomputers. 60

1.16 Biology ................................................ .................................................. .................................................. ........ 61

1.16.1 Characterization and prediction of molecular systems biology .......................................... ... 61

1.16.2 Cell biology - studying diseases in the test tube ......................................... ....................... 61

1.16.3 Colors = communication signals ............................................ .................................................. ..... 62

1.16.4 Maneuvers of deception - plant-animal relationship ........................................ ................................... 63

1.16.5 Eyes in the sights of research .......................................... .................................................. ........... 64

1.16.6 Plants are beings that express themselves through physiological communications .................... 64

1.16.7 Holy shower connects external and internal bodily realms ............................ 65

1.16.8 Birds recognize human faces ........................................... ............................................. 66

1.17 Botany ................................................ .................................................. .................................................. ......... 67

1.17.1 Reformed science - new era initiated ......................................... ........................... 67

1.17.2 Albrecht von Haller - observation and experiment = central method ............................. 68

1.18 messenger substances ................................................ .................................................. .................................................. .. 69

1.18.1 Aromatherapist in a geriatric hospital dispels the smell of the disease ............................... 69

1.19 Chemistry ................................................ .................................................. .................................................. ......... 70

1.19.1 Luminous protein - as long as the colors are used to scientifically clarify processes. 70

1.19.2 Discovery 1: 1 equivalent space laboratory ......................................... ........................................ 70

1.20 Surgery ................................................ .................................................. .................................................. ...... 71

1.20.1 Intersexuality - appearance (phenotype) does not match gender (genotype). 71

1.21 Dermatology ................................................ .................................................. ................................................ 72

1.21.1 Hair non-verbal communication - health level .......................................... ............... 72

1.21.2 Mirror of health - what nails reveal ........................................ ...................................... 73

1.22 Detective ................................................ .................................................. .................................................. ........ 74

1.22.1 own arguments and instinct ........................................... .................................................. ........... 74

1.22.2 Knowledge of human nature + intuition identify potential thieves ......................................... ...... 74

1.23 Seal ................................................ .................................................. .................................................. ....... 75

1.23.1 we feel through this eye ........................................ .................................... 75

1.24 Dramaturgy ................................................ .................................................. .................................................. 76

1.24.1 the scream - perceptual shock - psychological expression ........................................ .......... 76

1.24.2 poetic looks in detail - larger context ........................................ .................... 77

1.25 Entertainment ................................................ .................................................. ............................................... 78

1.25.1 a few prominent moments ........................................... .................................................. ....... 78

1.25.2 Tyrant quartets bought from school institutes ........................................ ............................. 79

1.26 Developmental Biology ................................................ .................................................. ................................. 79

1.26.1 a masterpiece of nature ........................................... .................................................. ..................... 79

1.26.2 Refutation of dogma as described in relevant textbooks ................................. 79

1.27 Development research ................................................ .................................................. ............................. 80

1.27.1 Electron microscopy - sad eyes ........................................... ............................................ 80

1.28 Developmental Pediatrics ................................................ .................................................. ................................ 80

1.28.1 Movement disorders in early childhood - video analysis according to standard protocol ................... 80

1.29 Developmental Physiology ................................................ .................................................. .......................... 81

1.29.1 Ringworms - proboscis teeth model for artificial materials ....................................... 81

1.30 Developmental Psychology ................................................ .................................................. ......................... 82

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1.30.1 Autism - less eye contact - slower language development ................................... 82

1.30.2 Babies do what we all do - assess a person - based on appearance etc. ....... 83

1.30.3 Babies imitate facial expressions, gestures, sounds + people perceive objects ............................. 83

1.30.4 Sclera - white part of the eye recognizes the opposite ....................................... ........................... 84

1.31 Educational Psychology ................................................ .................................................. ............................. 85

1.31.1 how do you recognize a gifted child? Trainings ................................................. ................ 85

1.32 Evolutionary Biology ................................................ .................................................. ...................................... 86

1.32.1 Armored lizard jaws more sensitive than human fingertips ........................................ .. 86

1.33 Evolutionary Molecular Biology .............................................. .................................................. .................... 87

1.33.1 Eye in front of the brain - light-sensitive molecules ........................................ .......................... 87

1.34 Film Studies ................................................ .................................................. ......................................... 87

1.34.1 FBI founder Edgar Hoover - granite honesty - reactionary ..................................... .... 87

1.34.2 Walter Giller - he was the weird character face ....................................... ........................ 88

1.34.3 Imhoof Markus - bee observation with the face of a professor ....................................... 89

1.35 Forensics ................................................ .................................................. .................................................. ....... 89

1.35.1 Read the course of events from the traces of blood ......................................... ............................. 89

1.35.2 Reading the fingerprint in the future of a person's lifestyle ......................................... ................ 90

1.35.3 Daktylos copy - mass spectrometer analyzes fingerprint ......................................... 91

1.35.4 Phantom image per ethnic group 300-500 mouths - heads ..................................... ... 91

1.35.5 SNP analysis - every person has a special pattern ..................................... ........................ 92

1.35.6 3-D crime reconstructions - virtual evidence in court ..................................... ..................... 92

1.35.7 Standard Fotres - Forensic Therapy Risk Evaluation System ................................... 93

1.36 Forensic Psychology ............................................... .................................................. ........................... 95

1.36.1 Bach's face from a forensic point of view .......................................... .......................... 95

1.37 Research ................................................ .................................................. .................................................. ... 95

1.37.1 Avalanche research - development - behavior .......................................... ....................................... 95

1.37.2 Babies recognize bad guys ............................................ .................................................. .............. 97

1.37.3 Snow & Avalanche Research - Observation Stations Development Crystallization ......... 97

1.38 Forest Science ................................................ .................................................. ....................................... 98

1.38.1 Forest researchers observe changes - models are not forecasts ....................... 98

1.39 Reproductive Medicine ................................................ .................................................. .............................. 99

1.39.1 Designing a baby - testing 200 genetic diseases ........................................ ......................... 99

1.40 Photography ................................................ .................................................. .................................................. .... 99

1.40.1 Iris scanner identifies 266 passenger characteristics ........................................ ............................ 99

1.40.2 Biometric data - digital images of faces ......................................... ............... 100

1.40.3 Instrument of the search for truth ............................................ .................................................. ....... 100

1.40.4 Scientific photographs - bizarre shapes and structures ........................................ 101

1.40.5 the ghost of portrayed gamers ........................................... .................................................. ............. 103

1.40.6 Photo center - school of vision .......................................... .................................................. .... 103

1.40.7 Science and image - an integral part of the research process ..................................... 104

1.40.8 the fearful look of the blonde - essence takes place in the picture .................................... ........ 105

1.40.9 photographic image - how much inner life turns outwards ....................................... ...... 105

1.40.10 Biologists benefit from the artist's approach new approaches ................ 106

1.40.11 Model of visual communication - portraits - emotional eye ...................................... ............. 108

1.40.12 Iconography, political, religious - seeing a lot - the real core of which we do not know. 109

1.40.13 the moral physiognomy of Paris and its spirit ........................................ ............................ 110

1.40.14 the horror of war can be clearly seen in faces ..................................... ........... 110

1.41 Fresco painting ................................................ .................................................. ............................................. 111

1.41.1 philosophical currents symbolically in the painting .......................................... .................. 111

1.42 Gastronomy ................................................................................................................................................. 112

1.42.1 and the eye eats with each time ........................................ .................................................. .......... 112

1.43 Gelotology ................................................ .................................................. .................................................. 112

1.43.1 Science of facial expressions of laughter .......................................... ........................ 112

1.44 Genetics ................................................ .................................................. .................................................. ....... 113

1.44.1 Genetic material 43-50000 old Neanderthals ......................................... ....................................... 113

1.44.2 DNA of blue-eyed people - ancestors lived 6000-10000 years ago .................................... ........... 114

1.44.3 Orexin messenger substance - deficiency in the brain leads to narcolepsy ..................................... .................. 114

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1.44.4 older fathers hereditary diseases skeletal malformations skull and musculature deformation ... 115

1.45 Geochemistry ................................................ .................................................. .................................................. 116

1.45.1 Water analysis of hair reveals origin .......................................... ....................................... 116

1.46 Geology ................................................ .................................................. .................................................. ..... 116

1.46.1 Detailed consideration of ground movements + geothermal energy .......................................... ............ 116

1.47 Geophysics ................................................ .................................................. .................................................. 117

1.47.1 Observations by laypeople could improve earthquake research ............................. 117

1.48 Geosciences ................................................ .................................................. ....................................... 117

1.48.1 Mass spectrometer - chemical fingerprint ........................................... ....................... 117

1.49 Forensic Psychiatry ................................................ .................................................. ................................... 118

1.49.1 List of criteria according to Prof. Volker Dittmann ......................................... ........................................... 118

1.49.2 Observations, appearance, language, body language, etc. ......................................... ..................... 119

1.50 court drawing ................................................ .................................................. ....................................... 120

1.50.1 on the surface + a person's shadow torn off - enough captured by a person ............... 120

1.51 Facial Research ................................................ .................................................. .................................... 121

1.51.1 Research into seeing - knowing - social judgments ....................................... ........................ 121

1.52 Gesture research ................................................ .................................................. ....................................... 122

1.52.1 Interdisciplinary Research Group - Evolution, Brain, Linguistic .................................. 122

1.52.2 Gestures, forms of expression, inner world of feelings and thoughts ........................................ ... 123

1.53 Health ................................................ .................................................. .................................................. 124

1.53.1 State of health can be determined on fingernails ......................................... ............ 124

1.54 Graphology ................................................ .................................................. ................................................ 125

1.54.1 Body language - conclusions about inner mental processes ......................................... ...... 125

1.55 Gynecology ................................................ .................................................. ................................................ 126

1.55.1 A drop of blood shows whether a girl or a boy ......................................... ...................................... 126

1.56 Helioseismology ................................................ .................................................. ....................................... 127

1.56.1 Observations on hundreds of Sun-like stars .......................................... ............ 127

1.57 Brain research ................................................ .................................................. ............................................ 128

1.57.1 ​​Children observed for decades - doctor observes MRI image of the brain ......................... 128

1.57.2 Networks exist - play chatter, learn to communicate with the outside world ..... 128

1.57.3 MRI - sharper images - brain researchers interested in technology ...................................... .......... 129

1.57.4 physical psychological characteristics of the frontal cortex .......................................... .......................... 129

1.58 History ................................................ .................................................. .................................................. ....... 130

1.58.1 Leaving lecture halls + libraries and training awareness outside .......................... 130

1.58.2 Observers of history + looking discover new things ........................................ ........ 131

1.59 Immunology ................................................ .................................................. ............................................... 132

1.59.1 Immune system recognizes surface properties of the pathogen ........................................ 132

1.60 Infectiology ................................................ .................................................. ................................................ 133

1.60.1 Narcolepsy - cataplexy slackens facial features, making it difficult to speak ................ 133

1.61 Computer Science ................................................ .................................................. .................................................. ... 134

1.61.1 Face.com - Software - Faces identified on the Internet ..................................... ................... 134

1.62 Interaction Research ................................................ .................................................. .............................. 134

1.62.1 what the eye sees is particularly credible ........................................ ................................ 134

1.63 Journalism ................................................ .................................................. .............................................. 136

1.63.1 Voice of the nerves - pain of the Chechen people ........................................ ............. 136

1.63.2 People shown - clothes etc. reveal typologies of journalists ...................................... ........... 137

1.64 Pediatrics ................................................ .................................................. ......................................... 138

1.64.1 Professor deals with the external appearance of patients - expressive psychology ...... 138

1.65 Climatology ................................................ .................................................. ................................................ 139

1.65.1 unknown researchers observed extreme changes in ozone - Nasa embarrassed ....... 139

1.66 Clinical Psychology ............................................... .................................................. ............................... 139

1.66.1 Soul = projection surface sediments from human history deposited ................. 139

1.66.2 Crying - extroverted versus introverted personality ......................................... ......... 141

1.67 Communication ................................................ .................................................. .......................................... 142

1.67.1 Eyes control voice computers ............................................ .................................................. ...... 142

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1.68 Composer ................................................ .................................................. .................................................. 142

1.68.1 Expressiveness of the orchestra of spatial emotional depth ............................. 142

1.69 Criminology ................................................ .................................................. ................................................ 143

1.69.1 on pictures clothing face look - no experienced racket ...................................... ....... 143

1.69.2 the soul of the perpetrator leaves traces ......................................... ............................................. 144

1.69.3 Indicate cut and cut marks in a skullcap from 250 BC .............. 145

1.69.4 Forensic technicians convict offenders with microscopes .......................................... ........... 146

1.70 Criminal Psychology .............................................. .................................................. ................................. 146

1.70.1 Gunman - 31 Dyrias Behavioral Variables - Computer Analysis ........................................ .. 146

1.71 Cultural Studies ................................................ .................................................. ................................... 148

1.71.1 Mothers recognize their children by their smell ......................................... ............................................ 148

1.71.2 Museum concepts - training visitor perception ......................................... .......... 149

1.71.3 Maori - facial tattoos can be read - origin, status etc. ....................... 149

1.72 Art ................................................ .................................................. .................................................. ........... 151

1.72.1 World and its face - meaning of form, Humboldtian dimensions ....................................... .. 151

1.72.2 Formal language - Wilhelm Tischbein - Goethe - Lavater ....................................... ....................... 152

1.72.3 To visualize radiation emanating from the human body .............................. 152

1.72.4 Concentrated duration of perception and early detection ......................................... ....... 153

1.72.5 Caravaggios - Crucifixion - it is more than we see ..................................... ........................ 154

1.72.6 Caravaggios - of all painters he has the sharpest eye ..................................... .......... 155

1.72.7 Eva Aeppli - human characters manifested in physiognomy .......... 155

1.72.8 Rodin - on truth - death sleep with blissful face etc. ..................................... ............ 156

1.72.9 Artists - obsessed with truth - painted pupils ......................................... 157

1.72.10 Gursky - empathy of seeing - undefinitive grasping + seeing ...................... 157

1.72.11 Schads Maika icon of the Berlin 20s - eyes without illusions .................................. 158

1.72.12 Holbein - opposite character depicted .......................................... .................... 158

1.72.13 Text + image - world of forms - pole of reality ...................................... .................................... 159

1.72.14 Thinking process something inside turns outwards ........................................ ................... 160

1.72.15 F.G. Waldmüller - photo-realistic look and portraits ............................................ ................ 161

1.72.16 Möhlmann - Züri-Schnure - silly, ridiculous, scary expressions ............................. 162

1.72.17 Dillier - radiant large eye iris ........................................ .................................................. 162

1.72.18 Tizian - Sotheby - auction reduction inferior Madonna face .................... 163

1.72.19 Georges de La Tour - nose full of character - large ...................................... ................................ 163

1.72.20 Visualization of pain, violence, emotional abysses .......................................... .................... 164

1.72.21 Giacometti - sculptor artistically capturing the painting process of seeing .......................... 164

1.72.22 Schiele Egon - the artist had to be a sighted person - seeing through people .................. 165

1.72.23 Anker - photographic snapshot - being able to learn to see ....................................... .... 165

1.72.24 Niclaus Gerhaerts (1430-1473) Mona Lisa of the North .................................... ...................... 166

1.72.25 Bonnard - Augen's only bridge to the world - an instrument of knowledge and communication ... 167

1.72.26 Soutine Chaim - The Fool .......................................... .................................................. ................. 168

1.72.27 del Sarto Andrea - shaded eyes indicate unapproachable ....................................... ........... 168

1.72.28 Raetz Markus - explorer of sight & perception habits .......................... 169

1.72.29 Klee Paul + Itten Johannes - depicting the cosmos and life in color research .. 170

1.72.30 Death mask is not a mask but reveals the essence ....................................... .............. 170

1.72.31 Raphael's genius of a draftsman - head study of a young apostle .................................. 171

1.73 Art trade ................................................ .................................................. ................................................ 172

1.73.1 nose too snubby - portrait fell through ....................................... ................................................ 172

1.74 Art History ................................................ .................................................. .............................................. 172

1.74.1 Velazquez - Bodegones - Depicts people of lower social classes ................ 172

1.74.2 Giorgiones - harmony of Dionysian and Apollonian sounds in pictures ...................... 173

1.74.3 Moritz Leuenberger portrait - psychological interpretation ......................................... ........ 174

1.74.4 Mark Aurel's gold bust - darkly determined ruler ........................................ ........... 175

1.74.5 Velàzquez - university professor versus cultural historian .......................................... .......... 175

1.74.6 the world is mainly perceived by the senses ......................................... ................... 176

1.75 Art painting ................................................ .................................................. ............................................... 178

1.75.1 Hogarth - unique facial expressions gestures to express the characters ..................................... 178

1.75.2 Rubens - mimic state of emergency - connoisseur of people ......................................... ......... 179

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1.75.3 Courbet - depictions of nature - discharges by the academy ....................................... ...... 180

1.75.4 Daumier - ethical feeling - misery and cruelty ....................................... .............. 181

1.75.5 Grünewald - expressive martyrdom - hyperrealistic ......................................... .................. 183

1.75.6 Daumier - traits peeled out with X-ray eyes ......................................... .......... 184

1.75.7 Schlichter + Hirzel - Premonition in the eyes ....................................... .................................... 184

1.75.8 Klee - mask of smile and bad mood ........................................ ................................. 185

1.75.9 Curator masters exhibition ............................................ .................................................. ............ 185

1.75.10 Grützke - psychological mechanics - body language - instinctual life ....................................... ....... 185

1.75.11 Dürer - finding the truth about good, bad and ethics ....................................... ........................... 186

1.75.12 Valloton - Masterly Observer and Compassionate ......................................... .................. 187

1.75.13 Turner - light art - color theory - privileged in academy ...................................... ............ 188

1.75.14 Albus - pictorial reconstruction of natural occurrences .......................................... ....................... 188

1.75.15 Daumier - portraitist - keen-sighted analytical detective ........................................ .......... 189

1.75.16 Grünewald - facial drawings marvels of meticulous drawings ......................... 191

1.75.17 Soutines - a patchwork of situations, elements, sensations ....................................... 192

1.75.18 Del Piombo - facial features look lips - look into the soul .................................... ............ 194

1.75.19 Anker - photographic accuracy ........................................... .................................................. .... 195

1.75.20 Interaction of sensory perceptions - sensation of closeness to reality ............ 195

1.75.21 Anker - empathy and human immersion ......................................... ........ 196

1.75.22 anchor - fine psychological feeling .......................................... ............................................ 197

1.75.23 à Wengen pairs of eyes of dictators in nameless individuals ....................................... 197

1.75.24 Egli - honest form of self-expression ......................................... ......................................... 198

1.75.25 Revolution low viscosity oil paint - precise painting ......................................... ................. 198

1.75.26 Roslin - unconditionally exhibited inner life of the portrayed ....................... 199

1.75.27 Rousseau - painting style - language of the heart - cold children's eyes ..................................... .... 200

1.75.28 Zurbarán - Maria's face expresses great sadness and melancholy ...................................... 201

1.75.29 Segantini - academically trained portraitist - religious feeling ................................. 202

1.75.30 Delaroche - Napoleon's defeat in view ......................................... .................................. 203

1.75.31 Cranach the Elder - bellies reflect lust, greed, digestion ..................................... ..... 203

1.75.32 Chardin's oeuvre is designed to relearn how to see ..................................... ......... 204

1.75.33 Browne Henriette - Boutellier Sophie - The mother's look at the child who is writing ........ 204

1.75.34 Caravaggio - Composition + treatment of physiognomies reveal influence teacher. 205

1.75.35 Caravaggio - psychological sensitivity and compositional refinement ............... 206

1.75.36 Velazquez - portraits - perfect imitation of nature - inclusion in the nobility ................... 206

1.75.37 Portraits - Access to Physiognomy - Actor Statesman - Tyrant ................................... 208

1.75.38 11 renowned curators portrayed the state of the soul Character ......................................... 209

1.75.39 Leonardo da Vinci 1470 - a portrait lets us read in faces ................................... .. 209

1.75.40 Leonardo da Vinci - Last Supper - 12 individuals with extreme gestures & facial expressions ................... 210

1.75.41 Leonardo da Vinci - grasp physical properties & development of soul life ........ 211

1.75.42 Hodler (1853-1918) - Amiet (1868-1961) - drama of expression .............................. ........ 212

1.75.43 Van Gogh's physiognomic details scientific analysis expertise ............. 212

1.75.44 Guido Reni - St. Joseph modestly reliable against the Jewish family patriarch ........ 213

1.76 Art History ................................................ .................................................. .................................... 214

1.76.1 Art history - description of form - sense of touch etc. - word ...................................... ...... 214

1.76.2 Courbet - art meets or it is nothing ....................................... ............................................... 215

1.77 Landscape architecture ................................................ .................................................. ............................ 217

1.77.1 Mirror of personality - see where others see nothing ...................................... ............ 217

1.78 Food Science ................................................ .................................................. ...................... 217

1.78.1 Sensory ETH degree - senses ........................................ .................................................. ............ 217

1.79 Light Academy ................................................ .................................................. ............................................ 218

1.79.1 Effects of light on the human soul ....................................... ................. 218

1.80 Literature ................................................ .................................................. .................................................. ...... 219

1.80.1 Busch - Scientific - 1100 illustrations - Malice - Kindness ..................... 219

1.80.2 Aesthetics of Evil - Greek Tragedy ......................................... ....................................... 220

1.80.3 D.H. Lawrence - Figures = projection surfaces for own unrealized wishes ............ 220

1.80.4 Experience of the literal to illuminate the hidden ........................................ ................. 222

1.80.5 Edgar Allen Poe - Pioneer abysses of the human soul ...................................... ...... 223

1.80.6 Writers on Works of Art - Subtle Perception & Imagination ... 225

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1.80.7 Walter Kappacher - Georg Büchner Prize 09 for observation & language ............ 226

1.80.8 Steiner Georg - grammar is the melody of human thought ....................... 227

1.80.9 Ismael Kadare - writer disposes of reality + recognizes ................................ 228

1.80.10 Lem Stanislaw - close observation - people with amputated ethics ......................... 230

1.80.11 Handke - you are like the impression you leave .................................... .................... 231

1.80.12 Schnitzler - Depression Difficulty concentrating ........................................... ........................ 232

1.80.13 Součkovás - managed perception - eye for concrete to the finest details .................. 232

1.80.14 Geiger - dementia - observations and empathetic gaze ....................................... ............ 233

1.80.15 Schopenhauer - discovering your own thinking in thought books creating contours ..... 233

1.80.16 Bräker and his angry wife - grim house cross - dilemma painterly staged ...... 234

1.80.17 Berger - Reading can see the writer's work more clearly than the writer himself ....... 235

1.80.18 Kleist - revolutionized German language, sentence structure, choice of words, typeface, rhythm etc. ........... 236

1.80.19 Shakespeare - salon author - dramaturgy - trick of depicting the power of evil 237

1.80.20 Siegfried Lenz - moves away from psychological realism ....................................... ... 238

1.80.21 Péter Nádas - Mimesis - new novel form of precise characterizations .......................... 239

1.80.22 Gass William - his work explores all possibilities of language + writing 240

1.80.23 Manea Norman - language expressing good evil human soul resides ........ 241

1.80.24 Butler Judith - speaking always escapes our control in a certain sense ......... 241

1.80.25 Goethe - Physiognomy is omnipresent .......................................... ....................................... 242

1.80.26 Gordimer Nadine - Nobel Prize for Literature - people formed from inside + outside ........... 243

1.80.27 Lang Fritz - Testament Dr. Mabuse - look of absolutely evil ...................................... 243

1.80.28 Jaeggy Fleur - stripped of a photograph ....................................... ........................ 244

1.81 History of literature ................................................ .................................................. ................................... 245

1.81.1 elevated vernacular a work of reason ......................................... ............................... 245

1.82 Literary Studies ................................................ .................................................. ............................... 246

1.82.1 Gumbrecht - respective tones of our relation to the world - feelings - thoughts ....................... 246

1.83 Poetry ................................................ .................................................. .................................................. ............ 247

1.83.1 the more precise the language, the more precise the view ....................................... ................................ 247

1.83.2 ingenious onomatopoeia - metaphors, moods, etc. in brief pictures .............................. 247

1.83.3 Stupendous virtuosity in picture and verse ......................................... .................................................. 248

1.84 Market research ................................................ .................................................. .......................................... 249

1.84.1 published study purchasing typology 2008 ........................................... ............................... 249

1.85 Materials research ................................................ .................................................. ..................................... 250

1.85.1 Materials magnet. + electr. Unite properties + analogy to cosmology ......... 250

1.86 Mathematics ................................................ .................................................. .................................................. 251

1.86.1 Statements about the properties of geometrical structures .......................................... ................. 251

1.87 Medicine ................................................ .................................................. .................................................. ....... 252

1.87.1 Seeing means recognizing ............................................ .................................................. .................. 252

1.87.2 700 hereditary diseases in facial features ........................................... ..................................... 253

1.87.3 1896 microbiological curiosity dismissed - Nobel Prize ......................................... ................ 253

1.87.4 Parkinson's - individual expression ........................................... .................................................. .. 254

1.87.5 X-ray MRI images detect cartilage damage in 900,000 people ................ 255

1.87.6 Fingers reveal lung disease ............................................ .................................................. .... 256

1.87.7 Breath analysis - diagnostic method .......................................... ............................................ 256

1.87.8 Screening programs = 52% overdiagnosis = 10: 1 unnecessary treatments ................ 257

1.87.9 Thermal image shows healthy & diseased tissue ........................................ ......................... 258

1.87.10 Lymph gland cancer - early detection of cancer .......................................... ............................. 258

1.87.11 Epilepsy - 40,000 people affected in CH - closest people notice it ................................. 259

1.87.12 Telomere ends - reading the aging process, stress etc. ...................................... ............... 260

1.87.13 CT technology - doctors need a quick scan within a minute for diagnosis ............... 260

1.87.14 Video diagnosis - 200 pharmacies 20 clinical pictures diagnosed ................................... 261

1.88 Medical Psychology ............................................... .................................................. ........................ 262

1.88.1 100 to 1000 images - personal identity intuitive process control .............................. 262

1.89 Marine Biology ................................................ .................................................. ........................................... 263

1.89.1 their own chemical messengers inform fish about their conspecifics ....................... 263

1.89.2 Institute observed since 27 y. genetic diversity of 400 coral species ........................ 264

1.90 military ................................................ .................................................. .................................................. .......... 265

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1.90.1 Echosounders contain information on roughness, hardness + grain size of the sea bed ...... 265

1.91 mode ................................................ .................................................. .................................................. ........... 265

1.91.1 Well-dressed people appear more credible + competent .......................................... 265

1.92 Molecular Research ................................................ .................................................. .................................. 266

1.92.1 chiral molecular forms - peppermint or caraway flavor ........................................... ......... 266

1.93 Music ................................................ .................................................. .................................................. ........... 266

1.93.1 Wyatt - songwriting equals painting - social debate .................... 266

1.93.2 Ligeti - insight into the rich world of thought of the composer ........................................ .... 267

1.93.3 Bach's music + text are forms of elementary human self-interpretation ......... 268

1.93.4 Piaf Edith - France national voice depending on the mood of the song .................................... 269

1.93.5 Cerha Friedrich - Nobel Prize in Music - Musical Formation - Life + Work ........... 270

1.94 Music Physiology ................................................ .................................................. ...................................... 271

1.94.1 if you want to hear you have to feel ............................................ .................................................. ............... 271