QUEST for Goatee new sci fi style

GOATEE
the philosophy
simlarities to Socrateesian beards and the classical astrophysicists through to modern times of the agency period

By Henryk Szubinski
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4 freedooms
5th freedoom of knowledge moovement
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the 7th framework Chordis7
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the photo model is Paul Brunton
and the style is the GOATEE

Reasons for donning this on is the basic reason behind Paul Brunton: He invented meditation as the first to bring all the knowledge limited as it was from the old and anacient worlds back into Eourope as the way to REPRESENT the Good only
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.Paul Brunton is showed in VEVEY the town on Lake Geneva in Sweiz where the reputed place of birth of Hitler where Paul makes a basic presentation of the white Goatee and disclaims the whole history of the time as meaningless as the chocolate factory that is the main source of income…

Basically Paul Brunton did the same with every land of ancient speculations from TIBET TO EGYPT and INDIA disspelling the old tyrant myths and making a consize system of accepted thought in Eourope as basic as any one can understand.
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on the formats of Goaties and their referenced relations as the related to data following:
the basics of the attire of the gentleman has changed somewhat through the ages but is still guided by the basics of tradition
Tradition stemms from the basic approach to the laws of natural science that every genleman knows in basic and enough to be accepted
Some suppose that theese laws will never change that Quantum mechanics and the theory of everything will never do in the world of Newtonain Classicial Mechanics of the Kepler types of attire for the Gentlemens club as well as the basics of the Oxford representations

The basics all define this : “that the basics of a very large surface is opposed by the minimal surface in 3 D in which the basics of motion is defined by the evidence captured on film or in controlled experiemnts :

Look it up, Im shure that from the earliest forms of attire the basics of the long rock and the types of hats as well as Scarffs all make a easy effort to rrepresent the concepts behind the conceptuality

As a basic futuristic concept of the futurised explorers of spacetime I have a basic concept on the developements of the Goatee as a very minimal apperance in the MEDIA world of tupees and Beards

Basically the Goatee works like sucking in your cheeks at the sides
Youll get the idea if you try it
This basically represents the sleek look of the CAR or the SPACESHIP as it mooves into exo solar systems
Basically the question is WHAT IS THE MOTIVATIONS OF THIS
Well ,because it is the future of all STYLE in the future of SCI FI the outer most limits define this as the mobility of COOL by some basic law
This law will use the law cited previously as being, If you remeber

The basics all define this : “that the basics of a very large surface is opposed by the minimal surface in 3 D in which the basics of motion is defined by the evidence captured on film or in controlled experiemnts :

So to make a davenced representation of the type of COOL attire of the Goatee wearer there is a basic alteration of the law into

the surface of SLEEKNESS as a basic super dynamic super sized surface is only opposed by the ATTIRE THAT ONE is already wearing MAKING a type BIO KINETIC IMRESSION IN DIRECT TIME on anyone who is watching as the COOL of the hyperspace dimension in 10 D as the basics of motion between the projective GOATEE super form of the SOCRATEESIAN school of being confused beyond the language to make it elligeble for definition:the experiment is to trust your feelings and rely on the same basis of attire as is with the sleekness of the sides of the GOATEE on your Cheeks.
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19th century English explorer Richard Francis Burton wearing a distinctive Vandyke in the “French Fork” style.

The royale (or impériale) – a tuft of hair under the lower lip without a goatee, perhaps worn with a moustache, as worn by the younger Napoleon III of France. While the royale was historically worn by French officers as a badge or adornment of military rank or status, it is not technically a goatee. It is sometimes referred to as a soul patch.
Tiered goatee – a goatee that has variable lengths of hair to create a multi-leveled beard.
Circle beard (or moutee) – a goatee and mustache which are connected by hair on each side of the mouth to form a complete circle.
Rico – a very fine arrow-pointed goatee. It can also be worn with a soul patch. The soul patch does not connect with the goatee. It is worn by master cigar maker George Rico.
Vandyke – mustache and goatee, not necessarily connected. Also known as a French Beard.
[edit]Goatees in fiction

the basics of making sense out of the untarnished of the future and SCI FI would seem difficult to make distinctions out of a model of the GOOD that is there but projected into uncertainty

Basically using PAUL BRUNTONS system will dispell not only the image basis as it was abused by propaganda in ww 2
but also that the basics of projection have 3 basic laws where the explanations for the cool sleek explanatiuon is related to

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image meditation

the surface of SLEEKNESS as a basic super dynamic super sized surface is only opposed by the ATTIRE THAT ONE is already wearing MAKING a type BIO KINETIC IMRESSION IN DIRECT TIME on anyone who is watching
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mechanical meditation

as the COOL of the hyperspace dimension in 10 D as the basics of motion between the projective GOATEE super form of the SOCRATEESIAN school of being confused beyond the language to make it elligeble for definition:
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3)
ET meditation

:the experiment is to trust your feelings and rely on the same basis of attire as is with the sleekness of the sides of the GOATEE on your Cheeks as the exterior spacetime of a stemmic relativity with the external reality of the future
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In Doctor Who, the Doctor’s arch enemy the Master wears a circle beard (goatee with connected mustache) in his two most prominent incarnations played by different actors. Many science fiction genre fans have compared him with Ming the Merciless.
Several fictional protagonists sport a goatee, such as Half-Life’s Gordon Freeman, and comic book characters Green Arrow and Tony Stark. Animated character Frylock is another example.
Marvel Comics’ 1989 movie for NBC The Trial of the Incredible Hulk, had its anti-hero, Dr. David Banner (played by Bill Bixby) don a goatee. When he transforms into the Hulk, his beard does not carry over, though when back to “normal”, the facial hair returns. In the 2003 Hulk film, Banner (played by Eric Bana) has a full-grown beard during the last scene. In the latest film adaptation, Banner (Edward Norton) sports the more familiar goatee, similar to the 80s incarnation.
In the Star Trek: The Original Series episode “The Alternative Factor”, a mad scientist named Lazarus warns the Enterprise crew of an invasion by an even more deranged counterpart of himself-from an anti-matter universe. Both Lazarus “B” (paranoid and psychotic; from the matter universe) and Lazarus “A” (calm and rational; from the anti-matter universe) sport the same facial hair. Actor Robert Brown apparently wore fake goatees, glued on by make-up artists. In Star Trek: The Next Generation and Star Trek: Deep Space Nine, the character Thomas Riker (a duplicate of William T. Riker created by a transporter accident) wears a goatee, giving him a distinct appearance from his counterpart, who wears a full beard. The latter series also had its main protagonist, Captain Benjamin Sisko, grow a goatee for the 22nd episode of its 3rd season. Cardassians, one of the major alien races featured on the show, featured a character, Macet, with a thin goatee in their first appearance, on TNG, but never after this (Marc Alaimo, who played Macet, would later appear as Gul Dukat, the chief villain of DS9: non-canon works have suggested the two are related, and the goatee a conscious effort to lessen the resemblabce). For the Star Trek: Enterprise episode “Twilight”, an alternate universe version of Lt. Malcolm Reed (now promoted to the rank of Captain) has a full beard. In the TOS episode “Mirror, Mirror”, the crew encountered evil counterparts of themselves. The evil version of Spock was distinguished by a goatee. This practice of identifying otherwise identical evil doubles by having a goatee has since been used many times in popular culture, including:

Codename: Kids Next Door (episode Operation P.O.O.L., where the evil version of Numbah 4 has a goatee)
Mystery Science Theater 3000 (episode “Last of the Wild Horses”)
South Park (episode “Spookyfish” in which Cartman’s twin is actually good)
Futurama (episode “Lesser of Two Evils” which introduced Flexo, the “good” version of Bender)
Family Guy (episode 5×02, “Mother Tucker”)
Knight Rider (Garthe Knight)
Megas XLR (episodes “Rearview Mirror, Mirror Part 1 & 2”, which featured a skinny and evil version of the hero)
Buzz Lightyear of Star Command (evil Buzz)
Dinosaur Comics (strip #35)
Star Trek: Enterprise (episode “In a Mirror, Darkly: Part 2”, Crewman Soval, of the Imperial Starship (I.S.S.) Avenger is a Vulcan who “predates” Spock by also wearing a goatee)
“Jimmy Negatron”, Jimmy Neutron’s evil twin is defined by a goatee in “Jimmy Neutron vs. Jimmy Negatron”
“Shaggy” Norville Rogers, is Scooby Doo’s best friend. Shaggy has a small goatee

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