Solution on North Korea Nukeby Tienzen
North Korea proclaimed that she tested a nuclear device on October 9, 2006. The UN Resolution 1718 was passed unanimously in the Security Council on October 14, 2006. This resolution is, in fact, a prize for every actor of this event.
I. Dreaming different dreams
- North Korea:
- She is now an acknowledged Nuke power.
- She faces no military risk as the Resolution 1718 expressly rules out military action against her.
- Her basic needs are not hindered.
- The US-sponsored resolution was passed.
- An image of a united front is on the side of America, as President Bush said, "This action by the United Nations, which was swift and tough, says that we are united in our determination to see to it that the Korean peninsula is nuclear-weapons free."
- Japan is now pampered and is not seeking to develop her own nuclear bombs as a response.
Russia's UN Ambassador Vitaly Churkin said that Moscow got what it wanted -- a strong resolution but one that is also aimed at "prevention of a further escalation of tension."
- With almost all openings are closed by this resolution, the survival of North Korea is now in the hands of China.
- There is a report that the diplomatic closeness between America and China is now unprecedented.
II. Types of world order
III. Knowing about our opponent
- Two types of world order
- How to stay as #1 indefinitely?
IV. The solution for North Korea Nuke.
- One example: about China
- The oldest encryption technology
- Culture geneticalization and its meaning
I. Dreaming different dreams
There is a Chinese proverb describing this situation as 同 床 異 夢 (Sleeping in the same bed, yet dreaming different dreams.) The nutshell of this North Korea nuke problem is that many countries do not trust America. Both Russia and China are willing to have a few nuke neighbors (right at their door steps) because not only are those nukes not a threat to them but are their guarding door men for their security. Guarding against who? Of course, against America. This is a cruel and harsh reality.
China, in fact, has the necessary instrument to stop North Korea going
nuclear. However, it is not a bad thing for China at all for North Korea having
a few nuke bombs when the America's China policy is as it is. The general
consensus of Chinese people is that a military conflict between America and
China is inevitable, although China is now an ally of America both on the war
against terrorism and on the issue of North Korea Nuke.
In fact, the North Korea nuke can be rolled back and the Iran nuke can be
stopped if both Russia and China are dreaming the same dream the same as
America's. This is called 交 心 (exchange hearts) in Chinese. 交 心
is a total trust, no back stabbing, no leg pulling.
II. Types of world order
As a hegemony, to compartmentalize diplomatic issues is the proudest
invention of America's foreign policy. In fact, the compartmentalization is
invented by God. The growth of all embryos is compartmentalized. The growth of a
nose has nothing to do with the growth of eyes. Of course, the nose will not rob
the nutrient from the eyes in this compartmentalizing growth process. If it did,
we call it a cancer. That is, for a non-cancerous compartmentalizing process,
there must be a total trust among one another, no back stabbing, no leg pulling.
Without a total 交 心 (exchange hearts) , any compartmentalizing
process is just an act of bully, and it will be deal with 同 床 異 夢
(sleeping in the same bed while dreaming different dreams).
Worst yet, in order to keep them in the same bed, we must pretend that we do not know that they are dreaming different dreams.
Two types of world order
Of course, this world is not an embryo which has a single-minded dream. Thus, our strategy is to form a life force which is
able to enforce a unified dream, that is, to divide this world into two teams. And, there are two ways, at least, to make such a division.
- Method one:
There are two possible outcomes for this world.
- Team A: # 1 + # 4 + remainder (A)
- Team B: #2 + # 3 + remainder (B)
- Remainder = remainder (A) + remainder (B) + remainder (neutral)
This type of world order can be called as World (I) Order
- Team A (total energy) < Team B (total energy)
Then, this is a very
bad strategy for the #1.
- Team A (total energy) > Team B (total energy)
At this case, Team B
still has a change to hold an upper-hand by directing Team A's energy away
from its main body, such as toward to the remainder (B). This could be the
real case of the present world situation. The #1 America is now bogging- and
Are these issues true concern for
Team B? Of course, not! The true concern of Team B is how to exhaust the energy of Team A.
Anything else is secondary. Why should China worry about the North Korea
nuke while that nuke is single-minded aiming at America? Any word from China about a punitive measure on North Korea is just a "We are in the same bed
- North Korea,
- Iraq and Afghanistan,
- Israel and Arab conflict.
- Method two:
In this case, there is very little chance that Team B could be larger than Team A even mathematically, and there is almost no chance of any kind for that politically. When there is no chance to balance the power of Team A, the #3 and #4 might not have any will to stay in Team B. That is, if there still has a remainder (B), such as North Korea and Iran, etc., it is no longer anything but some nuisances.
- Team A: #1 + #2 + remainder (A)
- Team B: #3 + # 4 + remainder (B)
This type of world order can be called as World (II) Order.
How to stay as #1 indefinitely?
Furthermore, by definition, #3 is not a simple ranking number; it is the
challenger on #2. That is, #3 is not a challenger for #1. The only one who can
challenge the #1 is #2, by definition. And there are only two ways for #1 to
stay as #1.
Of these two
cases, which one is achievable?
- There is more net energy of #1 than of #2 forever.
- The #2 is intentionally not challenging the #1.
In Chinese Yijing, the #1 can
never, never stay as #1 forever. Of course, Yijing is not a science, and it
is viewed as nonsense by many scientists. However, we can calculate this Yijing premise
mathematically and theoretically. First, we need to prove a law (or a
Law one: In a race, the front runner spends much more energy than the
That is, the #2 can often win a marathon race.
prove this law inductively first.
Now, we can rewrite the law
- In a marathon race, the winning is decided by the fact that who has more
energy reserve at the last half mile. Thus, the best strategy for a runner is
to stay a few steps behind the front runner who breaks the wind for him. Not
only can this strategy pressure the front runner psychologically tremendously,
but it does in fact save a tiny bit of energy. This tiny difference on energy
expenditure will often decide the outcome.
- Bill Gates spent only $50,000 for buying the first DOS. The expense of the
DOS inventor was the losing of billions.
- The inventor of Jello sold his patent for $1,000, and his lost was also in
- The computer chip technology was invented by America. Yet, Taiwan became the largest IT producer.
- The internet search engine was invented by Yahoo. Yet, Google dominates the market now.
- The IBM pc can never compete with the compatible pc. In science and
technology, the most difficult question is that whether it can be done or not.
This question will exhaust 80% of research energy. The cost for a "reverse
engineering" will never be amount to more than 20% of the invention cost. As
soon as the question of whether the nuclear chain reaction can happen is
answered, how to make a bomb becomes a given. Thus, it took only three years
for Russia to make a nuclear bomb. As soon as the question of whether the
Atlantic Ocean can be crossed with a plane is answered by Lindbergh, the
second flight becomes just a routine.
Law one: The cost of any invention is many times more than the
cost of its "reverse engineering."
With Law one in
hand, we now are able to calculate the question of whether #1 can stay as #1
indefinitely. Let's consider the following situation.
Now, we are able to calculate,
- At this moment, the #1 (total energy) - #2 (total energy) = X (now, +)
.......... Equation one
X (now) is a positive number.
- For the nth year, the #1 (net gain energy) - #2 (net gain energy) = Y (nth
Y(nth year) can be a positive or a negative number.
- There are 100 items in competition between #1 and #2 every year.
#1 (total energy, nth year) - #2 (total energy, nth year)
= X (nth year, +/-)
= X (now, +) + Y (y1, +/-) + ... +
Y(yn, +/-) .......... Equation two
The X (nth year) can be a
positive or negative number which depends upon the Y values. There are a few
factors which determine the Y values.
Now, we are able to calculate the Y
values for #1.
- D (nth year) = #1 (cost, 100 items) - #2 (cost, 100 items)
Law one, D (n) is always a positive number for #1. Now, we can redefine D (n) as a negative number for the Y values calculation, as D (n, -).
- E (nth year) = #1 (profit, 100 items) - #2 (profit, 100
Superficially, E (n) should be a positive number for #1. But, this
might not be the case because that there is an aging and metabolism factor.
- In the early 20th century, America has the number one steel industry.
Yet, the new technology on producing steel which was invented by America was
unable to save America's steel industry. The energy to remove the aged
American steel factories was too high. Thus, that new technology benefitted
those legging behind.
- The optical fiber technology was invented by America. Again, to replace
or to remove the copper wire infrastructure became too costly. This new
technology benefited those legging behind once more.
- The software industry was invented by America. Yet, India becomes the
dominant player in this industry now.
- Henry Ford invented automobile. Then, General Motor became the number one auto maker in America. Now, Japanese dominates the market.
There are many more such examples. With this aging and metabolism factor, we can induce a new law, the Law Two.
Law Two: New technology can be easily written on a white page than on an aged and used page.
Although the E value can be protected somewhat by the copyright law, we still cannot truly determine that E (n) should be a positive or a negative number for the #1. At this point, I would like to suggest to remove E (n) from the calculation of Y values.
- The hegemony cost.
- By definition, F (hegemony) for #2 is zero.
- Again, by definition, F (hegemony) for #1 is a positive number. That is,
this F (hegemony, #1) is always a negative number for the Y values
calculation, as F (hegemony, -).
It would be in #2's great advantage to
push this F value as high as possible for #1. And one way of doing this is
同 床 異 夢 .
- The unknown cost or profit, U (unknown) which can be a positive or a negative number for the Y values. Yet, one thing we are certain,
U (n)/U (n-1) is equal to or smaller than the growth rate of #1. Thus, during a period when the growth rate of #2 is equal to or larger than #1's, then at n = r (r, in this period) , U (n) - U (n-1) <= 0. That is, during this period, the U (n) has a decreasing trend.
knowing how to calculate the Y values, we are now able to calculate the Equation
- Y (n) = #1 (energy gain at nth year) - #2 (energy gain at nth year)
- The above equation can be rewritten as:
Y (n) = Y (n-1) + D (n) + F (n) + U (n)
Y (n-1) is the Y value of last year, and it could be a huge positive number.
Let Z (n) = D (n) + F (n) + U (n)
During the period of #2 having a higher growth rate, the U (n) is in the decrease. That is, one day (at n = r) Z (n) will become zero and Z (n+1) will be a negative number.
- Now, Y (n) = Y (n-1) + Z (n) .................. Equation three
If the #2 has a higher growth rate for a long period of time, the Y (n) could become a negative number one day.
The premises for the above
calculations are all clearly defined. If they are wrong, then these calculations
are meaningless. If the equations are not complete and some factors are missing,
then we can always correct the errors. At any rate, it gives a hint or an
indication that Yijing's premise that "the #1 can never, never stay as #1
indefinitely" is not a nonsense after all. In fact, in Yijing's theory,
the #1 and the #2 must oscillate. Yet, in Laotze theory, #1 can indeed stay as
#1 if it pretends to be a #2 always.
- Equation two:
X (nth year) = #1 (total energy, at nth year) - #2 (total
energy, at nth year)
- Equation two can be rewritten as:
X (nth year)
= X (original, +) + Y
(1, +) +.....+ Y (n-1, +) + Y (r, 0) + Y (r+1, -) + ... + Y (r+k, -) +...+ Y
Obviously, if Y (n) stays as a negative number for a long period of time, at one day n = q, X (n) will become zero, and X (n+1)
will become a negative number. At this point, the #2 becomes #1.
Note: Many experts are hoping that the
#2 will collapse. Yes, one #2 can collapse, two #2 can collapse, and..., many
more #2 can collapse. Yet, one day, there will be one #2 who can walk through
the above equations. So, those kind of hopes are not science but wishful
Now, we are able to conclude a new law, Law Three.
Law Three: The only way to stay as #1 indefinitely is that the #2 has no intention to challenge the #1.
III. How much we know about our opponent?
In fact, another factor can be added to the above equations, the intelligence cost. This cost cannot truly be measured with any dollar value. Without the intelligence, we cannot even locate where Bin Laden is, and the cost of lacking such an intelligence is immeasurable. This cost consists of, at least, the followings:
In 孫 子 兵 法 (The Art of War by (Suntze), written 2000 years ago), its first chapter 始 計 篇 is about the equations of war. It lists five equations of war. It claims that it will be a disaster to enter into a war without calculating these five equations first. Yet, the only way to calculate these equations are having the correct data, as it says 知 己 知 彼 ， 百 戰 百 勝 (Knowing ourselves and knowing our opponent, we will win 100 times in 100 wars). Knowing ourselves but not knowing our opponent, then winning or not is up to the good luck.
- The Iraqi predicament.
- Weakened position on the Nuclear issues on both North Korea and Iran.
- The formation of the World (I) Order type of world order. That is, America's sole superpower status could be challenged.
One example: about China
To maintain the #1 position is, in fact, a war. Then, how much we know about our opponent? One possible challenger is China. How much we know about China?
Dr. F.S.C. Northrop wrote a book, The Meeting of East and West -- an Inquiry Concerning World Understanding. It was copyrighted in 1946. The third printing was in 1968, 38 years ago. That is, Dr. Northrop was one of the most prominent Chinese culture experts in America. So, his understanding about Chinese culture can represent the depth and the scope of America's understanding of Chinese culture.
Dr. Northrop wrote in his book, " The Easterner, on the other hand, uses bits of linguistic symbolism, largely denotative, and often purely ideographic in character, to point toward a component in the nature of things which only immediate experience and continued contemplation can convey. This shows itself especially in the symbols of the Chinese language, where each solitary, immediately experienced local particular tends to have its own symbol, this symbol also often having a directly observed form like that of the immediately seen item of direct experience which it denotes. For example , the symbol for man in Chinese is 人 , and the early symbol for house is 介 . As a consequence, there was no alphabet. This automatically eliminates the logical whole-part relation between one symbol and another that occurs in the linguistic symbolism of the West in which all words are produced by merely putting together in different permutations the small number of symbols constituting the alphabet. (page 316, The Meeting of East and West, The Macmillian Company, 1968).
"In many cases, however, the content of the sign itself, that is, the actual shape of the written symbol, is identical with the immediately sensed character of the factor in experience for which it stands. These traits make the ideas which these symbols convey particulars rather than logical universals, and largely denotative rather than connotative in character.
Certain consequences follow. Not only are the advantages of an alphabet lost, but also there tend to be as many symbols as there are simple and complex impressions. Consequently, the type of knowledge which a philosophy constructed by means of such a language can convey tends necessarily to be one given by a succession of concrete, immediately apprehendable examples and illustrations, the succession of these illustrations having no logical ordering or connection the one with the other. ...
... Moreover, even the common-sense examples are conveyed with aesthetic imagery, the emphasis being upon the immediately apprehended, sensuous impression itself more than upon the external common-sense object of which the aesthetic impression is the sign. Nowhere is there even the suggestion by the aesthetic imagery of a postulated scientific or a doctrinally formulated, theological object. All the indigenously Chinese philosophies, Taoism as well as Confucianism, support this verdict." (page 322, ibid).
Dr. Northrop was not simply discussing Chinese culture but was giving a verdict. His verdict has the following two points.
Well, let's examine whether his verdict is correct or not. Let's examine three words, 悲 (compassion), 飛 (fly) and 龍 (dragon).
- About the Chinese writing language (Chinese words):
Denotative and solitary -- no logical ordering or connection the one with the other.
- The consequence of such a language: No chance of any kind to formulate scientific, philosophical and theological objects.
Why is the word 悲 (compassion) written as it is? As a mental expression, how can it be denoted? It is, in fact, constructed with the following steps.
Now, the meaning of the word 悲 can be read out from its face as 非 心 , pulling the heart apart or annihilating the ego. Furthermore, in order to identify clearly of which meaning it carries, a pointer is added, and they form a phrase.
- The word 人 means man, a denotative pictograph word.
- The word 匕 (the right part of the word 化 ) means change or transformation. It is the result of turning the word 人 upside down. When a man is turned upside down, it is a transformation or a change. Is this a denotative word?
- The word 北 now is known as north. Its left side is, in fact, the mirror image of the right one. Thus, the original meaning is two transformations back to back, which means opposite, such as North is the opposite of South. Thus, the word 背 means the back side of the body. Is 北 a denotative word?
- The word 非 is formed by stacking two 北 , and it means "opposite to the utmost." Now, it is known as "not," "is not," or "wrong." Again, is this a denotative word?
- The word 心 is a denotative pictograph word for heart. Yet, it has a connotative meaning as "ego" or "self."
If this word 悲 is denotative, it has denoting with many, many, many turns. Furthermore, how can it be a solitary symbol while it borrows so much from other words?
- 慈 悲 : the word 慈 means "kindly love." Thus, this 悲 means compassion, the annihilation of the ego.
- 悲 哀 : the word 哀 has two radicals, radical ( 衣 , cloth or dress) and radical ( 口 , mouth). When the mouth is covered by the dress, it is a situation of mourning. Thus, this 悲 means polling the heart apart.
Of course, one example can always happen as an incidence. So, let's check out one
Can you see that how the word 飛 (fly) is constructed? Why does F + L + Y mean fly? Fly means rising from the ground or pushing away from the ground. So, the word fly should be constructed with word roots of "rising" and "pushing away." It is, indeed, the case in Chinese. The word 飛 has three radicals, radical ( 升 , rising). The top part is formed by stacking two right side of the word 非 which means pulling or pushing apart. By stacking two together, it means pushing away very, very, very hard. Yet, pushing to what direction? Rising ( 升 )!
Again, two examples could still be an coincidence. So, let's check out one more example.
Why should D + R + A + G + O + N mean dragon? In the legend, a dragon is an animal which can fly, can transform and can violate the nature laws.
Now, would you be surprised that the word 龍 must mean dragon.
- The word 辛 means harsh and suffering, as its top part is a word root "violating the Heaven." The result of violating the Heaven is harsh and suffering. As a word root, it can be abbreviated to be written as 立 . The words of 音 、 竟 、 競 are all having this word root. Note: there is a stand alone word 立 which means stand or standing, and it is not the same as this word root.
- The left side of the words 肌 (muscle), 肘 (elbow) and 臟 (internal organs) is a word root for muscle (or biological parts). It can be as an indicator for living things, such as animals. Note: when it is not as a word root but as a stand alone word, 月 means moon.
- We have learned the word 匕 (transformation, right side of the word 化 ) and the word 飛 (fly).
In fact, there is another word root on the right side, and it connects the top (transformation) and the bottom (fly). It is a word root for "disappear(ing)." Dragon can fly and transform to what? To disappear!
- Left-top: 立 , violating above.
- Left-bottom: 月 , as an animal.
- Right-top: 匕 (right side of the word 化 , transformation).
- Right-bottom: Top part of the word 飛 .
Well, what should we think about the verdict of Dr. Northrop now? If he is right, then there is no gene of logic nor gene of science in the Chinese language. Without getting rid of Chinese language, Chinese would have a hard time to convey the modern technology and science. That is, there would be no internal energy in Chinese culture to make China a modern country. Of course, there would be no chance of any kind for her to be a challenger to America.
If he was wrong, he had greatly misled the American people. There are over 60,000 Chinese words, and only 70 of them are meeting Dr. Northrop's definition of denotative words: "... having a directly observed form like that of the immediately seen item of direct experience which it denotes" (page 316, ibid).
Now, I am arbitrarily listing a few more words here for us to check out his verdict further.
The words of tiger, deer, red, green, flute and thread are denotative in meanings. Yet, it is very clear that they are composed of word roots. Can any other words listed above meet Dr. Northrop's definition of denotative words? It would be an very interesting bet if anyone is able to find 100 pure (100%) Northrop denotative Chinese words: "...related merely as the items in the concrete, individual aesthetic experience are associated, ..." (page 319, ibid).
- 虎 (tiger), 虛 (hollow, not solid), 虐 (abuse), 虜 (capture), 虖 (crack between stones), 處 (position, or a place), 篪 (a flute-like instrument), 虔 (sincere)....
- 鹿 (deer), 慶 (celebrate), 廌 (recommendation), 塵 (dust), 麗 (beauty, beautiful), 麓 (foothill)....
- 紅 (red), 綠 (green), 紫 (purple), 緣 (the luck of meeting someone), 線 (thread), 緩 (slow in motion), ....
Without knowing our opponent, the best chance for winning a contest is by a good luck. Without a true understanding of the mentality of Iraqi people, the war on peace in Iraq becomes very difficult now.
Again, Dr. Northrop wrote in his book, "Since the symbols tend to be related merely as the items in the concrete, individual aesthetic experience are associated, the rules of grammar are less definite. Thus Lin Yutang points out that while this type of symbolism results in especially good poetry, it cannot compare with the language of the West in producing excellent prose. The reason is clear, as he has emphasized. In poetry the premium is upon rearing, in the immediately introspected imagination of the reader, with a minimum of symbols, the maximum amount of rich, subtly related, immediately felt aesthetic content. In prose the premium is upon a grammatical and logical ordering of the subject matter. Here the Chinese language, because of its fluidity, is at a disadvantage." (page 319, ibid)
Dr. Northrop's above saying has the following points:
Indeed, before the 20th century, there was not a single book written on Chinese grammar. There were a few books about rhetoric. In the early of the 20th century, many Chinese scholars (such as, Lin Yutang, Hu Shih 胡 適 , etc.) invented a new Chinese grammar by copying the English grammar. That is, everything in English grammar which is useable in Chinese language is imported. In addition to the fluidity, the adaptability of Chinese language was so great, and it was able to live with an English-like grammar. Today, 99% of Chinese writings (books or newspapers) are using this new grammar which is now having the grammatical and logical ordering.
- Chinese symbols (words) tend to be related merely as the items in the concrete. That is, denotative and solitary -- no logical ordering or connection the one with the other.
- As the Chinese words are denotative and solitary, they can flow as the water particles. Thus, the rules of grammar are less definite.
- Without a clearly defined grammar, Chinese language is not a good tool for writing prose which the premium is upon a grammatical and logical ordering of the subject matter.
- His view is supported by Lin Yutang ( 林 語 堂 ), one of the most prominent Chinese scholar on Chinese culture.
Yet, I want to demonstrate some facts here for you.
Well, without a set of very precise, precise,..., precise rules, those two pages can never, never,..., never be read as a single prose. Before my book "Chinese Word Roots and Grammar," there was, indeed, not a single book discussed about this kind of Chinese grammar for the past five thousand years. It will take good solid 15 years, at least, of hard study for a native Chinese to grasp these rules. Then, why was no one trying to write down these rules for five thousand years? The following answers might not be making any sense to the Westerners.
- I went to my book shelf and randomly picked up an old classic Chinese book.
- I randomly opened it to the page 312 - 313.
- I made a copy of these two pages, and they are attached at the end of this article for your reference.
- These two pages are part of an essay which is not esoteric. That is, the author's intention was to allow every reader to understand it.
- By a glance, you will notice right the way that there is no punctuation mark in those pages at all.
- While the rules of English grammar are all clearly defined, an English prose without any punctuation mark might not be readable. It might become not one prose but is interpreted in many different ways.
- For over one thousand years, these two pages are understood as a single prose by Chinese people. The new printing of these two pages is now having punctuation marks.
- In addition to the black-white meaning, every Chinese essay carries a spirit (the Chee).
- By punctuating an essay with Western punctuation marks, the black-white meaning is surfaced and will rob all the attention of the reader. The spirit and the life of the essay will be missed.
- All essays are already punctuated with the pluses of the spirit. The pluses of spirit of each essay was so strong, and they will not and cannot be misread if one has learned the ability to read those pluses.
- Learning the written out rules of this spirit-chee punctuation system might, indeed, reduce the required studying time from 10-15 years to 3-4 years. But, Chinese had a lifetime for studying it before this modern age. Furthermore, it was a test to separate the best from the others.
The oldest encryption technology
Today, 99% of native Chinese is unable to read those two pages. The chance for CIA to find a person who is able to read those two pages is very small. Yet, in China, there are still some able to write in this fashion.
This two thousand years old Chinese language can be an encrypted language which can never be de-coded with computer, and it has three levels of encryption.
With such a system, Chinese military can give the CIA the code book and communicates with black-white pages while CIA has no chance to decode them.
- The spirit-chee punctuation system.
- There is another tradition of Chinese language, the esoteric writings -- although an essay can be punctuated with the spirit-chee system but its meaning is in codes. This kind of coding system can never be decoded with computer. For example, a "word (a)" appears in an essay 20 times, but only one of them, "word (a, 15)", is a coded word. For computer, 20 of them are all identical. Yet, in the spirit-chee system, the "word (a, 15)" can be easily identified as a coded word. The meaning of the 19 words can be found in the dictionary, but the meaning of the coded "word (a, 15)" must be found in the code book.
- In the 龍 (dragon) example, one Chinese sentence can be written as one word. There are many other such examples:
The above examples are straight forward. Yet, the word 龍 is composed with word roots, and 99.9999...% of native Chinese does not know about those word roots. That is, there is no chance for them to read out its meaning from the face of the word. A new word can be written in such a manner, and no one is able to know its meaning if he does not know about those word roots.
- 歪 means 不 正 (not straight).
- 甭 means 不 用 (won't be used).
- 惡 (evil) means 亞 (ugly) 心 (heart), ugly heart is evil.
Culture geneticalization and its meanings
Dr. Northrop was, in fact, one of the best Sinologist in America of all time. He was a good friend of two Chinese scholars, Lin Yutang ( 林 語 堂 ) and Hu Shih ( 胡 適 ) , and these two are two of the best Chinese Sinologists in the 20th century. Those sayings in Dr. Northrop's book are also the views of these two great Chinese Sinologists. That is, both Lin and Hu did not truly know that Chinese writing language is an 100% root word system, although they two were experts on the Spirit-Chee punctuation system.
At the beginning of the twentieth century, many Chinese scholars began to accuse that the Chinese language (especially the writing language) was the culprit for China's misfortune and turmoil at those days. For them, each Chinese word is a stand alone character without a clear logic framework, exactly the same as the description of Dr. Northrop. Thus, Chinese writing language was accused as the reason that China did not develop science. Furthermore, memorizing six to ten thousand ad hoc characters is not only a gigantic work but a huge waste of young person's youth. Thus, in 1958, a major effort to simplify the Chinese word system was launched. That is, at that time, no one in China knew that Chinese writing language is an 100% root word system. By knowing only 220 word roots, the meaning of every 60,000 Chinese characters can be read out from the structure of the word itself. By knowing only 220 word roots, Chinese writing language is as simple as the high school geometry. By knowing only 220 word roots, any foreigner who knows not a single Chinese word can master Chinese writing language with six months of hard study.
Then, why was there no one who knew that Chinese writing language is an 100% root word system? Well, if every foreigner can master Chinese writing language in six months, the soul of Chinese culture will be dismembered by foreigners in no time. Thus, there were many significant efforts to hide the secret of how the Chinese word system was constructed.
Well, the best way to keep this supreme secret from foreigners is to keep it from all Chinese first. Native Chinese has a lifetime to learn the Chinese writing language leisurely anyway. When a foreigner has learned the Chinese language in the same way, he will have been Sinicized. That is, Chinese culture has been geneticalized. For foreigners, Chinese culture is a collection of some loosely bounded traits without a system and without a logical ordering or connection the one with the others.
- " 說 文 解 字 " the only authoritative book on Chinese word system (written two thousand years ago) proclaimed that 80% of Chinese words are pictographs of concrete items. Many Chinese Etymology books showed that 虎 was an abstract drawing of a real tiger and 鹿 was a pictograph of a real deer. Of course, how to draw the picture of 虛 (hollow), 虐 (abuse), ..., and of 慶 (celebrate), 廌 (recommendation) was never discussed.
In Chinese culture, the sayings of the ancient could not be challenged. Indeed, no one ever challenges the above saying for two thousand years.
- There are 15% of word roots are mixed up. Examples:
- The 月 in the word 有 (having ...something) means moon. The 月 in the word 肌 (muscle) means meat.
- The 几 in the word 鳧 mean short feather. The 几 in the word 股 means a curved stick.
- The right-top part of 構 means a "cross - cross structure." The same part in the word 塞 means weeds.
- When a word root becomes a stand alone word, it changes its meaning.
- 土 as a word root in the words 幸 、 赤 means large. When it is a stand alone word, it means earth.
- 立 as a word root in the words 辛 、 音 、 竟 means "violating above (such as, master, Heaven, etc.)." When it is a stand alone word, it means stand or standing.
- Many word roots (85%) are not stand alone words. No one ever knows about their meanings. They were viewed as some meaningless fillers to make up words.
Dr. Northrop wrote, "... One can experience the Orient by going there. Yet after doing this while studying the language for months or even years, it is possible to come away with certain basic, key, inescapable, intuitive impressions, yet possessing not even the slightest comprehension of what these experiences mean. (page 320, ibid)
"When one attempts to determine precisely what this ordering principle in society is and what the single thread is which runs through all the sayings of Confucius, the task is by no means easy. In the actual arrangement of the sayings of Confucius himself in the Analects, as these sayings appear in the Chinese texts, there does not seem to be any ordering principle. Much of order of Confucius's remarks has been put there by translators who have taken the Chinese symbols out of the order in which they appear in the manuscripts, and have thrown together those groups referring to similar matters. Moreover, .... It is likely also that the portion of the Confucian teaching which seeps down into the sentiments and consciousness of the general populace is the more disconnected influence of the Analects rather than the more systematic doctrine." (page 325-326, ibid)
Indeed, this is a precise description of a geneticalized culture. A geneticalized culture can never be dismembered or uprooted. A geneticalized culture can never truly be understood by a foreigner, as the native themselves do not know anything about their own genes while they are acting out with those traits. Without a true understanding of the opponent, a super power is not able to guarantee a final victory even with an 100 or 1000 times of military superiority. A geneticalized culture is the best defense for a culture.
However, the term of culture geneticalization is not my invention. It is the central doctrine in both Confucianism and Laotze Taoism.
Above sayings were not some theories or doctrines. They were implemented in Chinese culture. In order to fool the foreigner, the native Chinese must be fooled first. The word "breve" pronounces as "brev." The word "love" pronounces as "luv." And, these are straight forward in English. But, why the following Chinese words pronounce as they are?
- Confucius said, " 民 可 使 由 之 ， 不 可 使 知 之 ." (People can be taught to do things, but must not let them know the knowledge of how and why).
- Laotze wrote, " 絕 聖 棄 智 ， 民 利 百 倍 . " (To end all sages and to abandon wisdom, people will be profited 100 times).
The above words are not phonetic loan words. That is, they do not have a sound-carrier. Then, how to determine their sounds? Of course, there are some very precise rules. Yet, it will be a very interesting bet to see that how many native Chinese know about those rules. I bet that 99.9999...% of native Chinese will not know about the reasons and the rules. Those pronunciations are remembered as they are. No question was asked for thousands of years, out of billions Chinese people. Is this dumb? Or, is it a great design of a geneticalized culture?
- 祭 pronounces as "gee."
- 贏 pronounces as "ionn."
- 乾 can pronounce as "chin" or as "kaon."
- 調 can pronounce as "deuw" or as "teol."
The Chinese culture is not a mysticism, but it has transformed itself to be a great mystery for the native Chinese people. Of course, it becomes a collection of traits which have no logical ordering or connection the one with the other for Westerners, someone like Dr. Northrop. Thus, the Westerners cannot truly believe that Chinese culture can challenge the West. This is the premise of the Cox report. The reason that China can develop the most advanced weaponry is because that China has stolen them from America. The true conclusion of the Cox report is that China can never challenge America. And, this is the precise point that a geneticalized culture wants its opponent to reach.
The solution for North Korea Nuke
The North Korea Nuke issue can have two outcomes.
As America was unable to stop North Korea for the nuclear test this time, why should North Korea believe that America holds a secret formula which is able to roll her back?
- It is rolled back, and Korean peninsula becomes nuclear-weapons free.
- It is a game between some great powers. That is, the Iran nuke issue will be the next round of the same game.
With the America's China policy today, the World (I) Order depicts the current world order. That is,
In this situation, team A can be easily balanced with the following tactics:
- Team A: America + West Europe + Japan + remainder (A)
- Team B: Russia + China + remainder (B)
That is, the nuke issues are the games, and they will be played for awhile.
- Direct team A's energy toward to remainder (B), such as, North Korea, Iran, Iraq and others.
- Pamper team A with 同 床 異 夢 (Sleeping in the same bed, yet dreaming different dreams).
Only if America can bring either Russia or China into team A (forming the World (II) Order), those nuke issues will be solved. Can this be done by America? Which one is the better candidate, Russia or China?
With the Cold War history, and
as long as China is not officially in team A, Russia might not have a strong desire to join team A by herself. On the other hand, there are two reasons for China to enter into the World (II) Order with America.
Although China truly has no desire of any kind to gain the hegemony power, as it is not anything valuable for her, yet, the general consensus of Chinese people today is that a military conflict between America and China is inevitable. The misunderstanding and the mistrust between America and China are simply running too deep.
- Historically, China was always a continental power and did not have any worldwide ambition. In the 13th century, China did not colonize any foreign land after some great sea voyages.
- There is a 孔 老 二 (number two is the best) tradition in Chinese culture, in both Confucianism and Laotze Taoism. Please read the article "Chinese culture and the world security at http://www.chinese-word-roots.org/cwr011.htm
That is, Chinese culture has no desire to be a hegemony power.
According to Law three, America's sole superpower status can be maintained indefinitely only if the potential challenger has no desire to challenge it.
This is, indeed, possible. Of course, it takes true knowledge and true understanding. When this happens, not only can America stay as #1 indefinitely but all nuke issues are no longer problems.
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