Originemology, or the "study of the origin of origins", is a pioneering discipline that's generally concerned with the roots of everything and everyone. The new school of thought deals with the creation and evolution of all things.
Specifically, its integral component is twofold: one, it deals with the artificial birth of all notions, ideas, or concepts made-up by man like information, languages, ideas, behaviors, emotions, gods and tools; and second, it also deals with the origin of everything natural or created by nature like the universe, elements, plants and animals (Lawsin 2000).
In a broader sense, Originemology is a cross-disciplinary research of anthropology, archaeology, geography, and chronology. Its main objective is to systematically trace backward the primal source or birth of a notion -- the creation and evolution of an idea beginning from being a single elemental entity to an emerging complex structure. The study is guided by the following research questions:
- 1. Who gave birth to the idea?
- 2. When was the notion first conceptualized?
- 3. Where was the notion first conceptualized
- 4. How did the concept originate?
- 5. Why was the idea created in the first place?
A cultural hereditary cue, I coined *namo or name, is the very first original informatics particle, a single concept or a collection of idea that is passed on from individual to individual or from generation after generation. Namons are cues of information (Q-particles). They are acquired, copied and passed on from one memory cell to another memory cell, from one atom to another atom, from one substance to another substance, from one specie to another specie or from one culture to another culture. Namons are the lawsinic instructional particles (lips) provided by nature. Q-particles are acquired by all creation.
The five cardinal collaborating principles that lay the foundations of Originemology constitute the following signature theories by the author: Codexation, Viegenesis, Dimetrix, The Intelligent Konstant, and the Law of Systemic Instruction and Vitalic Material or The Dualpair (Lawsin 2000).
The new study is also instrumental in shedding new light to the five major ancient questions: Who or what created the universe? How all creation are created? Where did we come from? and, Why are we here?
Using the five basic lawsinic questions on Originemology -- who, when, where, why, and whow did a particular notion originate -- let us explore the words Google, Viegenesis, and Jesus the Christ as examples and trace backward in time the roots or origins of these words.
The birth of the words google and viegenesis can be established by stretching far back into the timeline of its conception. In 1997, Google was chosen instead of BackRub as the name of a search engine collaborated by Larry Page and Sergey Brin. The word was actually patterned from the word "googol," a mathematical term for a number represented by the numeral 1 followed by 100 zeros. The word Google first appeared in the late 20 century.
Meanwhile, the term Googol was first published in "Mathematics and the Imagination," a layman's book on mathematics written by U.S. mathematicians Edward Kasner in 1940. Perhaps, the origin of the word has been supposedly influenced by the comic strip character Barney Google.
The name "Barney Google", the guy with the "goo-goo-googly eyes" in an american comic strip, was originally created by cartoonist Billy DeBeck in 1919. Barney made his debut on June 17 of the same year in the sports section of the Chicago Herald and Examiner as "Take Barney Google, F'rinstance." It starred the cigar-smoking, sports-loving, poker-playing, girl-chasing ne'er-do-well Barney Google. By October of that year, the strip was distributed by King Features to newspapers all across the country.
On the other hand, in 2001, the word Viegenesis first appeared in "Evolution by Creation," a book on the origin of the universe. Viegenesis was conceptualized based on a research on the dualpairing of something (physicals) and nothing (abstracts) and the codexation dilemma. Other new interrelated words like ... abiozoics, zizo, multipairity, dimetrix, energyportation, biophysies, lawsinism... were newly coined from this study too.
Meanwhile, the name "Jesus Christ" came out around in the 17th century. The name "Jesus Christ" was entirely not known by the ancient jews whose faith was judaism. The name "Jesus" was actually only transliterated 14oo years ago after Jesus death; while, the name "Christ" was only standardized 3oo years after the word Jesus was coined. The latter was an old variation extracted from the Latin Christus or from the Greek word khristos. To the Hebrew, the actual word was Mashiach which means messiah or "the anointed". The word Jesus, on the other hand, was the Latin form of the Greek Iesous, which in turn was the transliteration of the Hebrew Jeshua, or Joshua. Combining the two ancient labels, the name "Jesus Christ "was relatively translated to mean "Jeshua The Anointed". Christ was not a lastname but a title added to Jesus to identify himself from various individuals who bear the same first name during his time. In ancient times, lastnames were not yet common or in existence at all.
From these three examples - google, viegenesis, Jesus Christ - we can infer that words, ideas, labels or names always have their own roots of origins. Every information that has been conceptualized at a certain point in time can be determined. The timeline of its conception can also provide clues like the social culture of its locals or civilization; the original person who conceptualized or discovered the idea, the reason why it was coined, how it has developed using only the technology present at that period; and when and where it was first appeared.
The concept of god, the story in the bible, the theories on science and mathematics, and all other knowledge men have ever known can all be traced back in time by simpy answering the five lawsinic questions. Every idea has its own origin. They can only be acquired in two and only two ways: by choice or by chance. They are acquired from the environment. They are provided by mother nature. Ideas are all created by men. The birth of a notion has always a beginning.
A thorough discussion of the following topics can be found in the books Evolution of Creation and Originemology by Joey Lawsin.
1. Origin of the Universe
2. Origin of Life
3. Origin of Information
4. Origin of God / Designer
5. Origin of Tools / Machines
6. Origin of the Bible / Religions
7. Origin of Man / Civilizations
8. Origin of the Spirit /Soul
9. Origin of Intelligence / Freewill
10. Origin of Numbers / Language
11. Origin of UFOs / Supernatural phenomena
12. Origin of the Natural Laws
"Nature is the universal source of all information and Energy is its language ".
~ Joey Lawsin
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