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The Alphabet & the Origins of Writing


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shows that modern alphabets are based on ancient alphabets rooted in syllabic scripts of the ancient world (Sumer, Egypt, Iran, Anatolia, Crete, Cyprus)






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AVEBURY 7 HYDRA STONE
Hydra - See the figure inside?


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Photo of Andis Kaulins teaching to a class of 200 law students at the University of Trier Law School. I have since then retired from teaching.

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Photo of a golf swing made while at Troon, Scotland at the Wilson Staff golf factory in Irvine.
I am still able to drive a golf ball over 300 yards
at age 65 in the year 2012.

Andis Kaulins


One of my students took these photos during lectures - the only pics of me teaching live. Thank you!

See my golf videos at Vimeo
2009 and 2012
As you can see, I can still hit the ball.



Andis Kaulins

B.A. University of Nebraska
J.D. Stanford University
FFA Lecturer in Anglo-American Law
Legal Research and Legal Writing,
University of Trier (1998-2004)



Andis Kaulins
was
the Men's Champion at Golf Club Cochem
in 2008
at age 61 3/4
In his youth, he was on the
1964 Nebraska High School
Class A
State
Golf Championship Team




In The Mind in the Making, James Harvey Robinson says: . "Our convictions on important matters are not the result of knowledge or critical thought, nor...are they often dictated by self-interest. Most of them are pure prejudices in the proper sense of that word. We do not form them ourselves." "They are not really our own ideas, but those of others no more well informed or inspired than ourselves, who have got them in the same ... manner as we." "It should be our pride to revise our ideas..."

Consider that almost all "beliefs" are inherited from parents, nation, language, school, religion, and politics. Many people claim to think for themselves, but the reality is quite different.

I taught young people how to do research and to ask: "What is the actual PROBATIVE EVIDENCE for what we hold to be true?" Often, there is none.


The pages of LexiLine represent 30 years of intensive thought and research.
My mentor at Stanford University was the late Professor John Kaplan, a legend for his brilliance at Harvard in physics and law,
and an expert in evidence.
John said "Go to the ORIGINAL SOURCES first".

My score on the U.S. GCT Intelligence Test given to all entering armed forces personnel was the highest ever achieved - it had to be - I answered ALL the questions correctly. It does not mean I am infallible - but it does mean for the mainstream critics - watch your *#+! step.
I am always amazed that people who have done no more than a few hours of research feel competent to comment on matters about which they know next to nothing.




As an associate at the New York law firm of Paul, Weiss, Rifkind, Wharton & Garrison, which I regarded to be the best law firm in the US at the time that I chose to go there, my boss and friend was Peter Haje, now Counselor of AOL Time-Warner, world's largest communications company.

My affiliation with FIVE universities (Stanford, Nebraska, Arizona State, Kiel, and Trier) have proven that Popper & Kuhn are right about the stubbornness of mainstream ideas. Established paradigms are difficult to crack. As Newton might have stated on inertia, human comfort in the status quo is a powerful force.

But there is a basic rule in life: NEVER quit. Robert Frost & Lao Tse have written: "The true road is hard". There are many who want us to follow THEIR allegedly easy path, a path which leads nowhere and to a waste of life.

No one gets anywhere without support of some kind. Family, friends and loved ones make the difference. Thank you all.

Success in life is like being an infant. When you are hungry, it is better to yell - LOUD. The world is not a mind-reader. Money means economic freedom - but it gives no rank. As some wise man once said, only death reveals the eminent.

Happiness is getting your fair share of the fullness of life.

But this applies to everyone.
So we must Give to Receive.
Love must be Learned.

See my site at
Andis Kaulins


My family came to the USA rather than be ruled by tyrants.

Scientific Inquiry
depends on freedom.

But look around you.
The tyrants are everywhere.

Peer review means you write what you are supposed to write
as determined by the authorities that be. That is easy.

I write what I think.
That is academic freedom.

Few people at institutions of higher education have it,
nor would they have gotten where they are,
if they did not toe the establishment line.

Rather than working to achieve a noble end
many persons simply want to have power over others
without having the requisite skill or knowledge
to lead them to a better life.

Look in a mirror every morning and ask:

am I making the most of my life?

am I improving the life of my fellows?

if not,

change your ways and IMPROVE.







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CARNAC, FRANCE
Count all those stones?


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Studying Ancient Britain
in the Cotswolds in 2000

Deciphering megalithic sites



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