comparative translations: context of analisis of Eouropean catalogues of biodiversity

BIODIVERSITY

as well as the previous MEDIATIVE DIVERSITY

By Henryk Szubinski

video courtesy of Youtube

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Comparative Contextual Analysis is a methodology for comparative research where contextual interrogation precedes any analysis of similarity and difference. It is a thematic process directed and designed to explore relationships of agency rather than institutional or structural frameworks. See structure and agency and theory of structuration.

COMPARTIVES WITH THE GLACIAL DESERT WASTES

AND THE BIODIVERSITY OF THE JUNGLES

ON WHAT IS BUILT AS THE eOUROPEAN ARTISTS AND THEIR REFERENCES TO BIO DIVERSITY OF THE JUNGLE LANDSCAPES THAT ARE FAR FROM EOUROPEAN HISTORY, NEVERTHELESS THE ABILITY TO GO THERE BY THE FORMATS OF MUSIC

right now

AND TO BRING BACK THE KNOWLEDGE OF SUCH DIVERSITY BY THE SAME REFERENCES USED

with Media and repporting

FROM THE  THE FAR EAST , INDIA, EGYPT, TIBET and so on , during the 19 20 s

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a basic effect was noticable; that the central regions were subject to great scrutinty by the old Eouropeans who wanted nothing to do with the ANCIENT

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The basics of the first and second world wars that made great advances in bringing home the knowledge of mediations on a basic level of what any Eouropean would understand as the choice availability of a general continuiim of the history of mediations that are descriptivelly as basic in definition as the English language and as basic to relate to as a index and contents sections in any computer or digital book format: Basically the alphabetical order of all of the Ancient civilisations had a basic translatory similarity with the order of alphabetical ordering = to the same basis of catalougeing as the rate of Eouropean translations on the basis of Interest

The same can be said of the bio diversity or basically any level of what is as yet unknown in relations to Eourope

Basically any format of for example, exo planetary data on the basic levels of comparative analisis with Earth bio diversity as long as there is a supportive argumantation from any parameter in Eourope, the comparatives can be made into a ordered sequence of translative work.

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The retreat of Aletsch Glacier in the Swiss Alps (situation in 1979, 1991 and 2002), due to global warming.

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A great deal of work is occurring to preserve the natural characteristics of Hopetoun FallsAustralia while continuing to allow visitor access.

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Accountability is a concept in ethics and governance with several meanings. It is often used synonymously with such concepts as responsibility,[1] answerability, blameworthiness, liability, and other terms associated with the expectation of account-giving. As an aspect of governance, it has been central to discussions related to problems in the public sectornonprofit and private (corporate) worlds. In leadership roles, accountability is the acknowledgment and assumption of responsibility for actions, products, decisions, and policies including the administration, governance, and implementation within the scope of the role or employment position and encompassing the obligation to report, explain and be answerable for resulting consequences.

As a term related to governance, accountability has been difficult to define.[2][3] It is frequently described as an account-giving relationship between individuals, e.g. “A is accountable to B when A is obliged to inform B about A’s (past or future) actions and decisions, to justify them, and to suffer punishment in the case of eventual misconduct”.[4], Accountability can not exist without proper accounting practices, in other words absence of accounting means absence of accountability.

 

 

digital footprint is a trail left by an entities interactions in a digital environment; including their usage of TVmobile phoneinternet and world wide webmobile web and other devices and sensors. Digital footprints provide data on what an entity has performed in the digital environment; and are valuable in assisting behavioral targetingpersonalisationtargeted marketing, digitalreputation, and other social media or social graphing services.[1]

In social media, a digital footprint is the size of an individuals online presence; as it relates to the number of individuals they interact with.

 

 

 

more preference = preferance

as a type 1,2,3 technology using H2O for example

 

 

basic definition of what is common in EU

by some basic vectors

1) define a common vector in Eourope as a case for Investigation

2) define the opposite of the common value in Eourope by a altered value that has a totally different value as it is outside of Eourope

3) Use the medial formats to investigate and record the data and bring it back to Eourope and make comparisons with the data by its ordered storage by comparative usage of anyone who has a level 1,2,3 interest to log the data according to the Eouropean system=to a access order as seen in the types of PRIORITY LEVELS that increase context by continuiing the search in a category concerned with the data

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THIS WILL ALWAYS RESULT IN THE SAME ORDER BY PREFERENCE as is in EU

and will always work to define the preference by choice as totally free

.PREFERENCE TECHNOLOGY

exists in many formats right now here is a example

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for every stage 1 to 2 as comparative data on any bit length, the comparatives can be input as level 3 and be used on any basis of running through the same levels 1,2,3

the data can be stored and the basics of any preferance can be defined as the basics of what makes choice

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