Sunday, 21 July 2019, 2:36 AM
Site: Centre for Progressive Evolution of Reality
Course: Centre for Progressive Evolution of Reality (CPER)
Glossary: Abbreviation
A

a.k.a.

a.k.a. = also known as ...

A.k.a. is used to introduce synonyms, pseudonyms, aliases, nicknames, working names, legalized names, pen names, maiden names, etc. (Compare f.k.a. for "formerly known as".)

Ad

Ad = "At", "Regarding", "With regard to".

From Latin ad.
ad- (preposition and prefix): to, toward, at, about.
Cognate with at.

B

BMC

BMC =
Bio-Mental Cybernetics
or
Bio-Mental Conditioning
or
Bio-Mental Cybergenetics
or
Body-Mind Cybernetics.

The category named 'Bio-Mental Cybernetics' (BMC) contains possible knowledge about the underlying mechanism of certain (circular) cause-effect phenomena that emerged during evolution to give rise to brain processes with regard to kinetics (body movement), emotions (feelings) and cognitions (thought).

C

cf.

cf. is the abbreviation for the imperative singular form of the Latin word confer.
In English it commonly is read aloud as "compare".
Its meaning in that context is "consult", and the intention is to draw attention to other material or ideas that may provide either similar or contrasting arguments or information.

chp.

chp. = "Chapter".

This is a section of a book or a group of lessons in a course.
A Chapter is sometimes called: Topic.

For example:  'chp.5' means 'Chapter 5'.
Also used: 'ch.' .

CPER

CPER =
Centre for Progressive Evolution of Reality
or
Cybernetic Progressive Evolution of Reality
or
Cosmic Progressive Evolution of Reality.

CSRS

CSRS = Cybernetic Survival / Reproduction Strategies.

D

DNA

DNA = Deoxyribonucleic acid.

DNA is a molecule that encodes the genetic instructions used in the development and functioning of all known living organisms.

E

e.g.

e.g. = "for example", "for instance", "example given".

Abbreviation of Latin exemplī grātiā.

epi-

Epi = "over, outside of, around, on top of".

Epi- is used as a prefix before some English words.

The prefix epi- is derived from the ancient Greek word epi (επί-) meaning "over, outside of, around, on top of".