The French Revolutionary period was an social expression of the periodic atomic table between years 1789 to 1799.

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The French Revolution was a period (of the periodic atomic table output message system) of radical social and political upheaval in France from 1789 to 1799 that profoundly affected French and modern history,  ...

 
Part of the table is shown below.

 

 

 

Above, we see the table of rows and columns of elements and theier symbols and numbers 

 

Thus the words --> 

French Revolutionary period --> translated -->

ary  period --> mathematical-physics array of periodic atomic table elements

 

 

 

 

 

The human brain is composed of atomic particles.
The human brain express thoughts, ideas and behavior.
Thus atoms are the source of those human thoughts and feelings.

 

 

 

Above, we see the electron revolution about the nucleus

 

French Revolution Time Line - BonjourLaFrance

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The French Revolution , as a period in the history of France, covers the years 1789 to 1799, in which republicans overthrew the monarchy and the Roman  ...

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French      Revolution Time Line - BonjourLaFrance

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The French  electron Revolution expression, as a period  of the periodic atomic table evolution  in the atomic social history of France, covers the years 1789 to 1799, in which republicans overthrew the monarchy and the Roman  ..









Thus we see the concept of a math mapping from the atomic  INTERNAL level of existence to the larger sized ...   EXTERNAL atomic, bio-physics humanoid information display devices ...that display Margaret Mead atomic nuclear family thoughts and behavior ... hence,  atomic social sciences.

This concept was expressed by the ferrous oxide IRON atom  and its  atomic mass 55.85  --> hence, the IRON hemoglobin protein message from year 18 55 VIA the protein expression structure and important messenger named: Herbert Spencer.


 
 
 
 

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    Herbert Spencer , The Principles of Psychology [1855] ... Author: Herbert Spencer .... form links in the correspondence between internal and external changes.










 


 

The French Revolution (1789-1799), refers to a period of radical social and political upheaval in France, beginning with the Storming ofthe Bastille (a medieval fortress and prison in Paris) and culminating with the collapse of the absolute monarchy which France had been suffering under for so long. 


refers to a period of radical social and political upheaval in France


refers to a period of algebra radical social and political upheaval in
bio-math bio-physics France

 

 

AND, more about  Radical expression 

 

 

French Revolution - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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The French Revolution was a period of  radical social and political upheaval in France from 1789 to 1799


 

 

Discuss the role of the radicals in the french revolution . Also mention ...

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Lecture 13: The French Revolution , The Radical Stage, 1792-1794

 

A full-text lecture about the radical stage of the French Revolution , 1792-1794.


 

 

 

The   Radical Stage, 1792-1794

 

 

 

Thus we see the political power of bio-math radicals in the French revolution and its bio-math radical stage.

 

 

 

Pauls Online Notes : Algebra - Radicals

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Radicals . We'll open this section with the definition of the radical . If n is a positive integer that is greater than 1 and a is a real number then,  ...


Rewriting the French Revolution — Part I

Rewriting History

In her book Radicals: Politics and Republicanism in the French Revolution ,Leigh Ann Whaley, professor of European History at Acadia University, Nova Scotia, attempts to rewrite the history of the conflict between theradical Jacobins, the Montagnards, and the moderate republicans RadicalsbyWhaley(i.e.,the "right wing" of the National Convention), the Girondins or "Brissotins" (after one of their leaders, the journalist Pierre Brissot).

Now, we treat the radicals like variables.  Think of it as

y + 2y = 3y

Rewrite the above radicals BOOK about human radicals  into another dimension and another FORMAT of expression ...

 


 

Thus....   in year 2014 .... we see that much remains to be discovered about history ...that is ..the deeper levels of REALITY that can underlie some history EVENTS.

 

 

That is your job as a citizen with a high school education.   You can solve some of these puzzles, I have given you some CLUES in this example.

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