Ionocovalency on Marx-Mao-Deng Theory

Yonghe Zhang

American Huilin Institute

 

Ionocovalency: Everything exists in ionocovalent potential that results in the harmony of ionic kinetic energy with the environment [1,2]:

 

IC = Z*/r

 

  IC:   Potential energy.

 Z*:   Ionic energy, Ego energy, or parameters function (economics, productivity, etc)

    r:   Environment, or parameter function (culture, politics, etc.)

     /:   Mathematical relationship: covalency or harmony,

 rc-1 Environment covalency, environment harmony 

 

1. Western universal social rules:

 

Social Potential IC = Ego Energy Z*/ Covalent Environment r

 

In the universal society, ego energy Z* fully and freely developed to be harmonious with the social environment r and the Government try to reduce as far as possible its authority to be covalent with the social environment r to ensure ego energy Z* has a relatively large social potential IC.

 

 

2. Marxism:

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Marxism: IC = Z* Plundering from Capitalists / Power Relations r

Mao Thought: IC = Z* Plundering from Landlord / Power Relations r

Deng Theory: IC = Z* Plundering from Capitalism / Power Relations r

 

Basic Theory:  Social Ideology = Plagiarize / Hegemony

 

Results: In Marx and Mao Theory the non-humanity kinetic energy Z* Average is too small, the non-controlling power relations environment r is too large (covalency r-1 too small), the environment loss control, leading to the IC collapse and the regime of Eastern Europe and Chinese Gang of Four crash. Deng theory created a covalent “freaks” of the capitalism kinetic energy and Marxist system environment, leading to economic corruption and moral decay that result in social potential IC unstable and eventually crash.

 

 

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[1] Zhang, Y. Ionocovalency, J. Am. huilin. Ins. 2011, 5, 1-11

[2] Zhang, Y. Ionocovalency and Applications 1. Ionocovalency Model and Orbital Hybrid Scales. Int. J. Mol.    Sci. 2010, 11, 4381-4406

 

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