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Solar System photosynthesis war

A major Solar System battle took place at Fort Hood, Texas. 

The  sunlight and its photon/electromagnetic FIELD  created a   battle.FIELD  .... at Fort Hood, Killeen, Texas.

Darwinian selection ...used  the English language WORD data sets that exist in the optical data streams of consciounesss  ....and from the set of  proper nouns available ...found that the stem word: SOL --> for SOLAR system and sunlight  was best approximated by SOL = SOLDIER Read Center at Fort Hood ..... better known by the symbol name:  Fort Hood Soldier READINESS CENTER.



Fort Hood shooting

The Fort Hood shooting was a mass murder that took place on November 5, 2009 at Fort Hood, the most populous U.S. military installation in the world, located just outside Killeen, Texas. The sole suspect is Nidal Malik Hasan, a 39-year-old U.S. Army major.
He was shot and taken into custody by Department of the Army Civilian Police officers.


Department of the Army Civilian Police
Department of the Army C = 186,000 velocity  of light ... language and symbolism  Police



Language in Thought and Action 
---> at Fort Hood Soldier READ Center
Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Language in Thought and Action is a book on semantics by Samuel Ichiye Hayakawa,




Symbolism - Merriam-Webster Online


the art or practice of using symbols especially by investing things with a symbolic meaning or
by expressing the invisible or intangible by means of visible 


Soldier Readiness Processing Center shootings

Sol(ar)  Read Processing Center ---> the sunlight optics WAR in Texas

At approximately 1:34 pm local time, Hasan entered his workplace, the Soldier Readiness Processing Center, where personnel receive routine (bio-computer subroutine systems)  medical treatment immediately prior to and on return from deployment.

Additional WAR reports are listed as sub-pages on the left of  your computer screen. Click on the key words.