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    Researching prior to writing

    Hello, I have aspergers and adhd, I think in pictures/small bits of information while growing up, and would like to combine all this information into writing towards a neuro-typical crowd.

    These are some of the subjects that I would like to write about:

    SOME ADVANCEMENTS IN NEUROSCIENCE MAY BE AGAINST HUMAN RIGHTS:

    mass hypnosis
    trigger words
    propaganda
    game theory
    paranoia
    God,science, 1st, 2nd,3rd parties and government, is watching us.
    canadian security intelligence service
    politics
    mass product placement
    control, authority and history
    media propaganda and mass disinformation
    neuroscience
    astrophysics
    canadian law
    gang stalking
    targeted individuals
    psychotronic weapons
    google spys
    facebook spys
    smart tv spys
    cell phone spys
    daarpa
    neurobiology of narratives
    remote neuro monitoring
    csis: canadian special intelligence society
    electronic control grid
    aspergers
    nsa
    neuralplasticity
    superior intelligence and wisdom
    artificial intelligence
    Jesus is Lord
    Father, Son and Holy Spirit is God
    Free Speech
    brain washing
    forced chemical injections
    biology
    chemistry
    advanced science
    Man consists of spirit, soul and body
    teach the way people learn
    mass drugging of humans was masterminded in nazi germany using synthetic chemicals
    some if not all, psychiatric drugs dehumanize, torture, disable and kill
    will not remain silent
    government trust?
    one nation under surveillance
    cyper intelligence vs wisdom
    while you sleep mass media creates your reality, they tell you your morals and how to act/react, what to buy etc, they are your moral compass
    people no longer need to go to church or read the bible, they get all their morality from media/government etc
    people volunteer to be wire-taped etc
    ABPN
    neuroscience
    people at the highest level of government that do not want canada, to be canada

    I Have a lot more, but would like to keep it manageable for now, thanks you for reading. Any advice would be highly appreciated.

    I can probably take out some of the subjects in the list?

    Most, if not all of these main subjects, branch off into minor subjects.

    What I am trying to do, is to put all this information together into small neat comprehensible writings on where later I can review, revise, and then combine into larger writings, then eventually into the largest final writing.

    I know there is a system people use that may help me be better understood.
    Last edited by DrBlueThumb; 26-Dec-2017 at 13:21.

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    #2

    Re: Researching prior to writing

    Quote Originally Posted by DrBlueThumb View Post
    Hello, I have Asperger's and ADHD. I thought in pictures and small bits of information while growing up (No comma. It's not a compound sentence.) and would like to combine all this information into writing for a neuro-typical crowd.

    These are some of the subjects that I would like to write about:

    advancements in neuroscience that violate human rights (Don't treat this as the title of the list. It's just one topic on the list)
    mass hypnosis
    trigger words
    propaganda
    game theory
    paranoia
    God, (space) scientists, first, second, (space) third parties and government are watching us.
    the Canadian Security Intelligence Service
    politics
    mass product placement
    control, authority and history
    media propaganda and mass disinformation
    neuroscience
    astrophysics
    Canadian law
    gang stalking
    targeted individuals
    psychotronic weapons
    Google spies
    Facebook spies
    smart TV spies
    cell phone spies
    DAARPA
    neurobiology of narratives
    remote neuro-monitoring
    CSIS: Canadian Special Intelligence Society (Isn't that Canadian Security Intelligence Service?)
    electronic control grid
    Asperger's
    nsa
    neuralplasticity
    superior intelligence and wisdom
    artificial intelligence
    Jesus is Lord
    Father, Son and Holy Spirit is God
    free speech
    brainwashing
    forced chemical injections
    biology
    chemistry
    advanced science
    Man consists of spirit, soul and body
    teach the way people learn
    mass drugging of humans was masterminded in nazi germany using synthetic chemicals
    some if not all, psychiatric drugs dehumanize, torture, disable and kill
    will not remain silent
    government trust (delete question mark)
    one nation under surveillance
    cyber-iintelligence versus wisdom
    While you sleep, mass media create your reality. They tell you your morals and how to act and react and what to buy. They are your moral compass.
    (Sentences don't fit your list. Your other list items are just adjectives and nouns. You should stick with that for the entire list. You could also take this off the list and and place it elsewhere.)
    People no longer need to go to church or read the Bible. They get all their morality from media and government.
    (Again, full sentences don't belong in your list.)
    People volunteer to be wire-tapped.
    (Again, this shouldn't be a sentence. Look up parallelism.)
    ABPN
    neuroscience
    People at the highest level of government who do not want Canada (no comma) to be Canada

    I Have a lot more (no comma) but would like to keep it manageable. (Delete for now. You want it to be manageable later, too.) Thank you for reading. Any advice would be highly appreciated.

    I can probably take out some of the subjects in the list. (Only use question marks for questions.)

    Most (no comma) if not all of these main subjects (no comma) branch off into minor subjects.

    What I am trying to do (no comma) is to put all this information together into small neat comprehensible writings that I can review and revise later and then combine into larger writings and eventually into the largest final writing.

    I know there is a system people use that may help me be better understood.
    One system is called outlining. You can Google it. Another is called rhetoric, which you can also Google. You can also Google essays. (Ignore the essay writing services and read the articles about how to write them yourself.)

    That's an ambitious project! It will be quite a journey. Enjoy it!
    Last edited by emsr2d2; 31-Dec-2017 at 00:15. Reason: Added a word that was in the original but mysteriously missing from this post
    I'm not a teacher. I speak American English. I've tutored writing at the University of Southern Maine and have done a good deal of copy editing and writing, occasionally for publication.

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    #3

    Re: Researching prior to writing

    They you your morals


    There's a word missing there.

    Edit: I spotted a missing word when I was reading your corrected version so I quoted it so the OP could provide the missing word. However, I then realised that it wasn't missing in post #1. It had mysteriously vanished in your edit. I put it back in.
    Last edited by emsr2d2; 01-Jan-2018 at 01:34.
    Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.

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    Re: Researching prior to writing

    ?
    I'm not a teacher. I speak American English. I've tutored writing at the University of Southern Maine and have done a good deal of copy editing and writing, occasionally for publication.

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    Re: Researching prior to writing

    I've reinstated post #3 and added an explanation.
    Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.

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    Re: Researching prior to writing

    I get it now. That was some careful reading. Thanks!
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    Re: Researching prior to writing

    I wonder where Doctor Blue went. It was an interesting post.
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