Z-paper-867 --> E2 nightclub, social chemistry, and the Hoffman elimination process

March 14, 2014

From the Z-papers by Herb Zinser

Z-paper-867  uses SYMBOL MACHINE languages, formula, and equations to understand the social engineering WAR casualties in Chicago.


2003 E2 nightclub stampede - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The E2 nightclub stampede occurred on February 17, 2003, at the E2 nightclub located above the Epitome Chicago restaurant in Chicago, Illinois, in which 21 people died and more than 50 were injured when panic ensued from the use of pepper spray by security guards to break up a fight. 
Nature's organic chemistry  continuum has an EARTH LAB  research city for C = Carbon and H = Hydrogen molecular social expression RD.
Thus, the  atomic symbols C and H ---> identify the test  city of CH = CHICAGO.

Hydrocarbon - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

In organic chemistry, a hydrocarbon is an organic compound consisting entirely of hydrogen and carbon ... and allows hydrocarbon to form more complex molecules, such as cyclohexane, and ...

Hydrocarbon --> roc --> region of convergence at the E2 nightclub.


Thus, the human representatives for the above molecules converged to the E2 nightclub  located in the organic chemistry continuum EARTH geography address location  --> CH = CHICAGO.





The New York Times

Jul 2, 1983 - Federal District Judge Julius J. Hoffman,

who presided over the tumultuous

Chicago Seven conspiracy trial  that became a symbol of domestic ...


Thus we have have the TRIAL of the organic chemistry continuum  and the conspiracy  of CH organizations --> CHurches, school CHildren, CHemistry departments,  Julia CHILDS TV COOK  show about COOK County, CHemsitry corporations,  CHINA dinnerware and silverware, etc  ... the conspiracy to not explain the REALITY of the situation.


 conspiracy trial 

American Chemical Society

American Chemical Society

Primary professional organization for chemists and related occupations.



JUDGE  HOFFMAN and molecule legal system

Hofmann's Rule - Organic Chemistry Portal

www.organic-chemistry.org › ReactionsName Reactions
Hofmann's Rule implies that steric effects have the greatest influence on the outcome of the Hofmann or similar eliminations. The loss of the β-hydrogen occurs ...


Chicago 1968

Chicago 1968


A history and analysis of the Yippie Festival of Life and the clashes with the police that occurred in Chicago 1968 during the Democratic National Convention.




After the organic chemistry TRIAL with the Hoffman process,
the next  major molecule legal TRIAL was with organic  chemistry   textbook by L.G.Wade.


In year 2014, the University of Chicago and other law schools continue to refuse to comment on the situation.

The Department of Justice em = electromagnetic LIFE forms known as em = employees deny the  existence of solid organic chemistry molecules OR  deny their existential importance.  These em LIFE forms use the human body as a platform for their social policy operations and thoughts   ... .totally detached from  down-to-earth reality.


List of law clerks  of  the Supreme Court of the United States - Wikipedia

Law clerks have assisted Supreme Court Justices in various capacities since the first one was hired by Justice Horace Gray in 1882. :1 By the traditions and ...
  • Who Was J. Clerk Maxwell? - James Clerk Maxwell Foundation

    JAMES CLERK MAXWELL - 1831-1879. James Clerk Maxwell was one of the greatest scientists who have ever lived. To him we owe ... E, H an' B an' J forbye!
  • Biography - J. Clerk Maxwell - Answers in Genesis

    Answers in Genesis
    Yet, in the nineteenth century, James Clerk Maxwell  showed that these phenomena were simply different manifestations of the same fundamental laws.



clerks  of  Solar System and Nature's  Supreme Court



J. Clerk Maxwell
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James Clerk Maxwell (1831–1879)
Born 13 June 1831
Edinburgh, Scotland
Died 5 November 1879 (aged 48)
Cambridge, England
Citizenship British
Nationality Scottish
Fields Physics and mathematics
Institutions Marischal College, Aberdeen
King's College London
University of Cambridge
Alma mater University of Edinburgh
University of Cambridge
Academic advisors William Hopkins
Notable students George Chrystal
Known for Maxwell's equations
Maxwell distribution
Maxwell's demon
Maxwell's discs
Maxwell speed distribution
Maxwell's theorem
Maxwell material
Generalized Maxwell model
Displacement current
Maxwell's Wheel
Notable awards Smith's Prize (1854)
Adams Prize (1857)
Rumford Medal (1860)
Keith Prize (1869–71)


James Clerk Maxwell FRS FRSE (13 June 1831 – 5 November 1879) was a Scottish[1][2] mathematical physicist.[3] His most prominent achievement was to formulate a set of equations that describe electricity, magnetism, and optics as manifestations of the same phenomenon, namely the electromagnetic field.[4] Maxwell's achievements concerning electromagnetism have been called the "second great unification in physics",[5] after the first one realised by Isaac Newton.

With the publication of A Dynamical Theory of the Electromagnetic Field in 1865, Maxwell demonstrated that electric and magnetic fields travel through space as waves moving at the speed of light. Maxwell proposed that light is in fact undulations in the same medium that is the cause of electric and magnetic phenomena.[6] The unification of light and electrical phenomena led to the prediction of the existence of radio waves.

Maxwell helped develop the Maxwell–Boltzmann distribution, which is a statistical means of describing aspects of the kinetic theory of gases. He is also known for presenting the first durable colour photograph in 1861 and for his foundational work on analysing the rigidity of rod-and-joint frameworks (trusses) like those in many bridges.



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