Some Materials on the Theory of Universal Phenomena

(Editorial: These manuscripts are scientific articles from Herald of the Theory of Universal Phenomena published by the Ockervillean Academy of Sciences. The fruitful cooperation with this organ strongly affected the early works of Boris Grebenshchikov and George Gunitsky; therefore, the following texts can interest any expert aquariumophile and begeographer and be useful in scrutinizing the fact that...).

The Theory of Universal Phenomena is the theory that systematizes and explains all facts of life on the basis of their inner mutual expediency. This theory originated at the interface of East Le Roi* conceptuanalism, primitive bretonism, and medium-folk mythogenesis and is the rigorous foundation for central dogic constructions. The first cornerstone of this basis was the work "Scholia on Neological Systematics" of outstanding Arcoisien naturalist Agrippides Pagma-Ho.

*East Le Roi is the scientific and cultural center in the Age of Early Merger.

What is Ferrotount?

An article of L.W. Rototartase, Assistant Professor of Chair of Diagnostic Systematics, Head of 5th Laboratory of Systematics of Systemlessness

As Borkough said, the problem is not in the fact that it is, but in the fact that it should be solved.
Taking Factor Owed's theory of joining of bivalues as an axiom, one can draw a conclusion on the role of ferrotount. As is known, ferrum (Lat.) means "iron", and tount is the product of the evolutionary enlargement of lower trees. A further elaboration of this idea suggests the necessity of Boock's amendment*.
Using ferrotount for deducing itinerancy models is quite practicable; it is the more so, as the Lawson (Shi) curve derived by Duarenhoff in exploring tount makes it possible to generalize all results that can be obtained in the decomposition of separate models and their derivatives (1215C).
Undoubtedly, all the above allows one to hope to make another step on the road toward the merger of a great many problems of culture and science. Boock's amendment: "If a set of names is a biological system, its development depends on the proper quadratization."

*Boock is the systematist scientist in the Age 2(-).

(to be continued)

The basic statements of Academician Druuf's inquiry

Gratuliert is the eminent scientist, who was engaged in problems of converting postulates into axioms and also examined the chain psychedelirium problem. He lived during period no. 3, when scientific thought just started to be conceived in the minds. And the graveyard of Tartaluck, where Gratuliert died, became the center of scientific research. First his work was "I in the Role of a Cup of Lead", where he worked out a triad star, thus having paved the way for modern driologists. In his treatise "Properties of the Letter ST", he defeated priotism, a reactionary scientific-obscurant mentality, which advocated the principle: "The Sun is warm water", in contradiction with Leeos' postulate: "The Sun is water cooled to 40 degrees".
At the age of 80, Gratuliert defended the dissertation "Sternism in the FOV System", where he developed the idea on the values of 15 Paturano coefficients and the urban vicaron refraction for producing sand. At that time, he was about 6 years old.
Count Appa, his disciple, is rightfully considered the founder of the road increase theory (A more comprehensive description of this theory can be found in the General Course of the Theory of Universal Phenomena, edited by Academician Seagoo Jones Ivanov).
One should also mention the following Gratuliert's disciples: Garion Tooo, Lobau Esquiroto, Hasnorabomse de Coreauteilot, Geoffrey Io, and Brenau of Loposweigh. They were involved in studying postulate transformations. After his death, Gratuliert continued to work strenuously and discovered the forest vault law, which is known to say that a negative body under the action of deceleration takes on the properties of a balloon. Gratuliert also formulated the Gratuliert postulate: "You are an extraction". Great is the contribution of Gratuliert and its school of thought to the Theory of Universal Phenomena; therefore, it undeniably merits further investigation.


To our knowledge, issue no. 1 of Herald of the Theory of Universal Phenomena, excerpta wherefrom are presented above, also contained the following papers:
"Open Window Theory" by Academician Buf;
"Foundations of Transcendental Natural Science" by Dr. Natucket Sladeride;
extracts from "Protreptic Lucubrations, Part 3" by Savely Skotolom;
"Manual of Practical Work" by Potentius Craft;
"Double Population Theory" by apparently Sebastian Czappa;
"Babes in the Field of Tabasha" by Postelier Schupp;
and also comments on the Gracchus axiom and studies concerning the eighth Hammarmer postulate ("High-hat is a high hat of two planes").
There also exists a work "Exegesis on a Snow Cycle", whose author is currently unknown.

All the above materials have been written by George A. Gunitsky and Boris B. Grebenshchikov in 1970-1975. Translated by Vladislav Glianchenko.

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