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Gray matter WARS


The BRAIN gray matter CIVIL WAR fought between 1861 and 1865.

American Civil War - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The American Civil War (1861–65), in the United States often referred to as simply the Civil War and sometimes called the "War Between the States", was a civil ...

American Civil War - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The American Civil War (1861–65), in the United States often referred to as simply the Civil War and sometimes called the "War Between the States", was a civil ...

 called the "War Between the States"
 called the "War Between the States"
 called the "War Between the States of MIND"

Part 2: Neurotransmitters  and Emotional Systems

Brain Neurotransmitters—an Introduction

Brain Neurotransmitters  and CIVIL WAR

Let's look at the key signal .... the biochemistry systems message about the true NATURE of the war expression.

Why did Confederate soldiers wear gray uniforms

wiki.answers.com › ... › HistoryWar and Military HistoryUS Civil War

These were uniforms procured either locally or nationally, with the Confederate Government agreeing to reimburse the cost. Many uniforms were issued by State ..

Uniforms of the Confederate States military forces - Wikipedia, the ...


Generally, the uniform jacket of the Confederate soldier was single breasted, made of gray or brown fabric, with a six to nine button front. The design of the ...

soldiers wear gray  uniforms
soldiers wear gray uniforms
soldiers wear gray uniforms

Inside the soldiers BRAIN..... a gray uniform of thought  ..

May 24, 2010 – In contrast, gray matter is mostly neuron cell bodies and non-neuron brain cells called glial cells. These glial cells provide nutrients and energy ...

Gray matter. Brain tissue is made up of cell bodies ("gray matter ") and the filaments that extend from the cell bodies ("white matter "). The density of cells (volume ...

The preserved brain is largely gray in color, and therefore is referred to as gray matter. Gray matter is 

packed with billions of neurons. It has the "mushy consistency of cooked oatmeal," writes Czerner. 

Chapter IV.: The Correspondence Between Life and Its

Herbert Spencer, The Principles of Psychology [1855] ...
Author: Herbert Spencer .... form links in the correspondence between internal and external changes. .... life will be—
The continuous adjustment of internal relations to external relations.

What's Gray Matter?
  -->  INTERNAL 
Jul 27, 2011 – Gray matter is made up of the cell bodies of neurons, the nerve fibers that project from them, and support cells. One of the features of the brain's ...

 What's Gray Matter?  -->  EXTERNAL 

Courtesy Museum of the Confederacy

Museum of the Confederacy
Appomattox, Va.
The new, freshly pressed gray uniform frock coat that Gen. Robert E. Lee wore when he surrendered to Gen. Ulysses S. Grant on April 9, 1865, at Appomattox Court House, Va., has been on display at the Museum of the Confederacy in Richmond, Va. Soon, the coat, along with the sword Lee wore that historic day and the pen he used to sign the surrender, which effectively ended the Civil War, will return to Appomattox.

Uniforms of the Confederate States military forces - Wikipedia, the ...


Generally, the uniform jacket of the Confederate soldier was single breasted, made of gray or brown fabric, with a six to nine button front. The design of the ...

 brown fabric, with a six to nine button front. The design of the ...
 brown fabric, with a six to nine button front. The design of the ...
 brown fabric, with a six to nine button front. The design of the ...
 brown fabric, with a six to nine button front. The design of the brain section that is brown .... had an  EXTERNAL display of a brown cotton fabric uniform.

Baker Uniform Coat. Confederate forces unde

Image:  Uniform coat of Capt. T. Otis Baker of the 10th Mississippi Infantry which fought in the Battle of Shiloh.

 the uniform jacket of the Confederate soldier ......
 brown fabric, with a six to nine button front. The design of the brain section that is brown ....
had an  INTERNAL display of a brown fabric  ....  and the fabric of fabrication stories and fabrication explanations of REALITY.

Herbert Spencer

Herbert Spencer's significance in the history of English thought depends on his .... definition of life as the continuous adjustment of internal to external relations, ...

Above picture of brain ....words ...with all its convolutions ....convolutions...convolutions

Using the Herbert Spencer year 1855 math mapping......
INTERNAL brain convolutions  ---> get mapped to EXTERNAL format ---> the EXTERNAL world of the EARTH geography surface  ...
an  ideal geography region with  geography terrain convolutions:
 the  hills, valleys, mountains ...of  Kentucky, Tennessee, northern Georgia, etc ....  reflect /are a mirror of the INTERNAL convolutions war .

How To Read a Civil War Battlefield

Yet these more committed Civil War enthusiasts often do no more themselves ... eye for terrain and see the ground as Civil War commanders would have seen it. ..... placed their troops at the very top of a ridge or hill (the "geographical crest").

Civil War, the Battle of Lookoutone of the most unusual battles of the American 

Civil War, the Battle of Lookout Mountain, the fabled "Battle Above the Clouds"

Head for the Hills? Rough Terrain, State Capacity, and Civil War Onset

by CS Hendrix - 2011 -Dec 19, 2011 – This article expands on the conventional discourse relating rough terrain – mountainous terrain and noncontiguous territory – to civil war onset.



498 × 332 - Once a Civil War battleground, these hallowed hills are ...

The American Civil War: Battle of Antietam Sharpsburg - Sharpsburg ...

The rolling, undulating terrain contributed greatly to the tragic bloodbath that was the Battle of Antietam. Both Union and Confederate troops could move from ...


314 × 209 - Civil War ...

What is the INTERNAL convolutions war?
Most likely the symbolic wars of languages  and the misuse of the English language ...... for manipulation.

The key signal ...were the various  debates of that time period ...in the many years before the CIVIL WAR.
  • Webster–Hayne debate - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    The Webster–Hayne debate was a famous debate in the United States ... Massachusetts Senator Daniel Webster's "Second Reply" to South Carolina ... going back to topics that had agitated the country before the Constitution was formed.
  • Hayne-Webster Debate - Constitution Society

    The debate cemented the image of Daniel Webster, as a legendary defender of ... i.e. the interpretation of the Constitution as a pact between soverign states; such .... with Shakespearean allusions, and quotations from famous English orators.
  • What were the famous debates between Robert Hayne and Daniel ...

    What were the famous debates between Robert Hayne and Daniel Webster about? ... slavery, nullification, the basic character of the Constitution, and the ...
  • .

    Robert Haynes: Biography from Answers.com

    In his famous 1830 debate with Daniel Webster on the Constitution, he argued that the federal Constitution was a compact among the states and that any state ...

    LincolnDouglas debates - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    The LincolnDouglas Debates of 1858 were series of seven debates between Abraham Lincoln, the Republican candidate for the Senate in Illinois, and the ...

    Thus the gray matter ...the brain and its thoughts ...and the Constitution of the United States of MIND.

    In year 2102....we have to include

    - Quantum States
    - Markov Transition Probability States regarding the probability of brain symbolic life
    - States of Nature as used by mathematical decision theory and the political science  decisions
    - etc.