I shared that Kessler guy, because with all his flaws (who's flawless here?) it's an outstanding work, whether it is correct or not, and it would be a bummer if it's lost, because it could be the biggest loss in that Fomenko scandal, when some historic works were made by mathematician and published in the most prominent soviet university and later historic department labelled them as pseudoscientific (look who's talking!) but failing to attach any constructive criticism to his work for at least three years (I was watching that situation closely) maybe even five (so long ago it was, that my memory is not sure about this digit in it) and only after let's say 3 to 5 years an engineer or a mathematician (memory also doubts what version is true) began public intellectual battle with Fomenko, and I wasn't able to follow their conversation, because whether their argumentations required some level of competence I didn't feel like achieving educating myself, or just the interest to this situation faded with time, because what the situation taught me is that fuck academia, those clerks don't know shit, so I was liberated to begin my work from scratch without leaning onto the academia speers. And the same rationalization could be beyond Kessler's attempt to group all the dictionary into lesser semantic groups without bringing reconstructed forms and structures made before them (they can always be wrong, and me personally, I don't believe in established language families, because of how russian and japanese are similar. If I want to preserve the family structure which is wide accepted today, I should attach japanese to slavic languages, but it would be so insane and actually why not to combine chinese to english because of some similarities? wo & we and short words and simple grammar, that probably were the two huge branches we initially were on, but cross-culture communications made russian drift further from japanese and closer to english, just as japanese drifted towards chinese, so it's not a tree, but a jar or aminoacids the way I imagine it.
But after saying all that I decide to not dig into his theory until I develop my own dictionary and let it be better than his, with much less semantic clasters.
I dare to mention Fomenko more and more explicitly in these texts probably because I grew more hostile towards academia, but also because a friend of mine mentioned him as a freak not worth mentioning and I asked him why exactly doesn't he like what he said, and I couldn't receive a coherent answer to that, he simply accepted that academia is always right. Even though history of science here and again prove otherwise.
So about the freaks, we should distinguish between them: there are obvious freaks like Chudinov who's probably there to smear some authentic artifacts like that Bornholm alphabet runestone; then there are those freaks who are whether fools or trolls like Oreshkin; then there are some clinically insane freaks like Lukashevich. Those evaluations are purely subjective, but they allow to understand where I stand.
The other group of linguistic freaks are Vashkevich and Dragunkin, who pull some outrageous conclusions (here I speas as an academic golem. I should be more specific. And more specific is that they claim that one nations were born by the others: Dragunking writes that japanese language is spawn of russian, which is rather outrageous, but should be explored why does he think it is, it could be hidden in the folds of his texts, where I haven't looked. Vashkevich writes that russian language itself is a spawn of arabic, which is even more outrageous, but doesn't contradict the previous claim made by his colleague) out of their observations, but the observations itself may be rather useful for those who learn foreign languages (Vashkevich compare arabic words to greek, russian and whatever else, I didn't even read him (and now I did and he's not as bad as his fans sang me: I just had a look into this text about bees and I found it rather fascinating, even though I stumbled at how he connected bee to comma, but then I understood that thus he united several "dictionary articles" into one рассказ, because fasila sounds as russian пчела, but here's where academic minds lose him (loose him) because that link is rather weak to be called etymologic, even though then he brings some additional links in the form of that other comma standing at the sixth position looks somewhat like inverted 6, but hardly many peer-reviewers have passed through that one freaky part. But to speak seriously, he uses associative thought which is pretty much the opposite of the abstract thought more commonly used in science, thus his work can be some form of poetry, some mnemonic stories at best, but seriously it's not science) Dragunkin compares russian to japanese and to english. All that can be incredibly useful as mnemonic tools. upd: I read some of Vashkevich, he's way freakier than Dragunkin (here I spoke after I read what his fans write, I'm such a prick sometimes. as I said before, I read some of it, and he's not far from Dragunkin, he's actually interesing (until he goes way too far and you get enough of that crap) and I forgot how awkwardly childish Dragunkin's rants can be. look who's speaking! yeah, free minds are freaky, are they in free key) so freakery is some range (по ранжику, о жир потёк. он дано течёт, это море жира. и абажуров из кожи) Dragunkin is alright until he begins to theorize, his dictionaries are directy homonyms (like わた綿 in japanese and вата in russian. another わ た is water: 海【わ た】) which is much better (more abstract) than Vashkevich's associative mnemonic stories)
Fomenko also belongs to that second group of semi-correct scientific marginals, and the most prominent reason of his theories not being taken serious (I'm not even talking of them being accepted) is that he doesn't have education of historian. (but Vashkevich not only has some linguistic education, he also has some scientific degree in the field, which doesn't stop him from making some not exactly scientifically acceptable propositions) this chapter is на заплате заплата, а потому я перепишу его начисто когда-нибудь. But seriously, if prominent mathematicians use some previously published tools and models to the structure of historic data, that alone demands a proper outlook from scientific society, which didn't happen when he was relatively alright, and now there's even less chance of that being done properly, for that guy whether went trolling or was sold out or whatver happened to him, that the level of his scientific thought dropped from mathematical modelling to mere speculations. Or it could be because it's easier to notice what is wrong with the state of affair happening at the moment, but one has ever-growing tendency to fall short when (s)he tries to describe as it was or what's supposed to be done in the future. Me myself, I'm definitely in that second group of freaks, and some of my assumptions are probably dead wrong, but those main elements of this theory the structures and some other findings may persist and sustain. And I actually except (expect to accept) some academic recognition in the following three years or so. Even though I was recently told that Ignaz Semmelweis was disregarded for awhile because MDs are psychopaths: see Semmelweis effect. Gregor Mendel's founding of genetics was completely ignored for thirty something years I began that path believing that anything can be achieved in mere ten years, also they say history goes faster than before, so I expect it to take society ten years to recognize what it's all about. And it's been over six years now since I went public, so..



Awesome stuff waves of the internets bring my way




Yeah, no use to reform the academia, leave it completely, create your own castle on clearer spot and firmer ground.
My next task on this way is to create some information resource, where all ALL the information on the planet earth.


I will be in freaky nebulas, because I refered to people standart academia doesn't dare to mention. I will be their weak bond to some obscure linguistics of more academic figures, with all the respect academic, my punk rock is justified, but as I said in the very beginning, some of them are alright, some of them are very alright (who?), but i don't know any very alright individual in linguistics, even myself is too weird to be a king, and above whom? fuck them, gosh. But they milk go-t, but insane militaries milk the goat much better, it doesn' make me want' to participate in their deeds. But what if we make military actions agains us ineffective? they are not interested, because they want to reserve the possibility to successfully bomb their own population if they must, for themselves. or am I just way too cynical?
and here I realize (a couple of months later actually, I'm half through this volume now) that business is the new science. Those cool guys who dropped unis they made it not in academia, but in business.
You can change the world via business too. And I watched peterson my man no matter what (or is he? but I'm still indecissive on this one, because the last time whites chimped out it fucked us all up real bad. pepe the frog could be the psy-0p all along, that frog meme began as disgusting frog, when freaks shared some disgusting things they did or imagined like advice-dog one, advice dog gave that new standart I think, many used it and that disgusting frog too, and it grew into numerology and politics when somebody found that frog was some godlike figure. they call him kek, even though heket is her name) he explained that different people have different roles in business: conscientious people are good as managers, and creative people are good at bringing up new ideas. You need managers when you know what you're doing. You need creative people when you don't know what you're doing. I will practice what I just preached, because I was the one who motivated my mom to make business and I wasn't much needed ever since, I guess she knows what to do, she has some creativity herself, even though she's very conscientious unlike me who is irresponsible as fuck.






it will be all rewritten according to further understanding of the subject.



The End of the secret level.