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Periodic Table of Human Nature: Chemical Divinity

©2009
Zaron Zamaine Johnson
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Table of Contents

1. Abstract…………………………………………………………………………2

2. Introduction……………………………………………………………………..2

3. The Eight Characteristics………………………………………………………..2

4. Appendix………………………………………………………………………....4

a. Figure 1: The Periodic Table of Human Nature……………………...…


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5. References…………………………………………………………………….…..5
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Abstract

This document provides an outline for the Periodic Table of Human Nature:
Chemical Divinity. The philosophy of the Periodic Table of Human Nature, see
Figure 1, provides a correlation between human nature and a divine will. This
document it is not used to support the belief of a higher being. It is expected
that the reader is already a believer in a supernatural entity.

Introduction

According to David Buller human nature is a concept of a set of common


characteristics that all humans share1. There are eight characteristics that
are the basic ideals of the author of what human nature consist. The
following blocks of the periodic table are divided into eight characteristics of
human nature: sins, senses, organ systems, emotions, expressions,
attitudes, virtues, and will.

The purpose of using the infrastructure of a periodic table is to correlate the


concept of elements and reactivity of atoms to humans. Each set of
characteristics consist of a number of elements that are not fixed, but is a
fundamental design of the Periodic Table of Human Nature, Figure 1. The
reactivity and mechanisms of each element does not follow the same laws of
the periodic table, but can be used to show how human behavior can
develop. This will be explained in another document.

The Eight Characteristics

Sins: Sin is an element of negative morale. The sins listed are blasphemy,
greed, gluttony, vanity, sloth, wrath, envy, and lust.

Senses: Sense is an element of reception. The senses are touch, hearing,


seeing, smelling, and taste.

Organ systems: Organ system is an element of anatomy. The organ


systems are respiratory, excretory, nervous, immune, circular, epidermis,
muscular, endocrine, skeletal, and reproductive.

Emotions: Emotion is an element of transitional energy. The emotions are


curiosity, anxiety, jealousy, anger, wonder, scorn, pity, hatred, grief, joy,
fear, gratitude.
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Expressions: Expression is an element of intuitive linguistics. The


expressions are cry, laughter, and imagine.

Attitude: Attitude is an element of response/control. The attitudes are


pessimistic, bitter, apathetic, arrogant, fanciful, judgmental, cynical, choleric,
malevolent, objective, intimate, earnest, optimistic, obsequious, benevolent,
jovial, romantic, reverent, reflective, lyrical.

Virtues: Virtue is an element of positive morale. The virtues are


temperance, justice, humor, prudence, fortitude, and patience.

Will: Will is an element of purpose. The wills are faith, charity, humility,
obedience, wisdom, endurance, and love.
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Appendix

Figure 1: Periodic Table of Human Nature:

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-Sins Emotion -Virtues
- -s
Expressio -Will
Sense
s ns
-Organ -Attitude
Systems
I XIII

Bl XII Fa
II
Gr Ch
Gl III VI V VI VII VIII IX X XI Te
Va To Re Ep Cu Sc Jd Hu
Cr Ps In Jv Ju
Ex Mu
Sl Hr Ax Pi La Bt Cy Er Rm Hm Ob
Se Ne Ed
Wr Je Ha Ig Ap Cl Op Re Pr Wd
Sk
En Sm Im An Gf Fr Ar Ma Os Rf Fo Er
Ci Rp Jy Oj
Lu Ta Wo Gt Fn Bn Ly Pa Lo
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References

1. Buller, David J. (2005). Adapting Minds: Evolutionary Psychology and the


Persistent Quest for Human Nature. MIT Press: 428.