The material world would have an HMJ phonetics’ 6·8 system. Because, in HMJ phonetics, the ultimate particles of sounds consist of both 6 vowelic and 8 consonantic ultimate particles of sounds. That is, as HMJ phonetics has a 6·8 system, so the material world would have it. And the total number of the ultimate particles of matters would be 14(=6 + 8). (This article is published on this blog by Bruce first in the world on June 24, 2014.)
Tonight(Korean time) I think of the film, ‘American Beauty([어.음’에얼.이.크어은 브이’우:.트이])’. It was great. All actors and actresses were fine.
The South Korean singer, Chang-Jung Lim’s recent music video(http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FLPLgJqeZJw) reminds me of it. The MV might be influenced by Gangnam Style’s. But the MV’s so funny, too. I recommend you to give it a try.
Dear HMJ phonetics’ followers, HMJ got a biological evidence!!!
David Hu, a mechanical engineer at the Georgia Institute of Technology in Atlanta published his study about the secrets of ant rafts in the Journal of Experimental Biology(J. Exp. Biol. 217, 2089–2100 (2014)) on 11 June, 2014. Surprisingly, the numbers in his study ‘perfectly’ agree with HMJ phonetics’ numbers, 6(the total number of vowelic u.p.s. in HMJ), 8(the total number of consonantic u.p.s. in HMJ) and 14(the total number of u.p.s. in HMJ). However, as you all know, I published the thesis of Hoon Min Jung Phonetics the second edition on 16 May, 2014 and did the main contents of its first edition in 2009 – 2010., , &
By this study it gets very probable that the total number of the ultimate particles of ‘matters’ might be not 17 but 14 and that the structure of universe like HMJ’s as HMJ asserts.
You can see the related writing and videos in nature.com(http://www.nature.com/news/secrets-of-ant-rafts-revealed-1.15400). Please take a careful look at the numbers in the article.
Thank you very much!
Bruce (the creator of HMJ phonetics)
Probably Hoon Min Jung phonetics would unify all human languages by fourteen u.p.s. first in the world. – Bruce
Bruce publishes this article titled ‘The explanation of fourteen u.p.s.’ on HMJ phonetics’ Facebook page(http://www.facebook.com/hmjphonetics) and WordPress blog (hmjphonetics.wordpress.com) firstly in the world.
< The explanation of fourteen u.p.s. >
(1) eight consonants
[ㄱ] : It is like the middle sound of [g] ([( )]) in English.
[ㄴ] : It is like the final sound of [n] ([은]) in English.
[ㄷ] : It is like the initial sound of [d] ([드]) in English.
[ㄹ] : It is like the final sound of [l] ([을]) in English.
[ㅁ] : It is like the final sound of [m] ([음]) in English.
[ㅂ] : It is like the initial sound of [b] ([브]) in English.
[ㅅ] : It is like the initial sound of [s] ([스]) in English.
[ㅈ] : It is like the second sound of [ʤ] ([( )]) in English.
(2) six vowels
[ㅏ] : It is like [ɑ] in English.
[ㅓ] : It is like [ə] in English.
[ㅗ] : It is like [ɔ] in English.
[ㅜ] : It is like [u] in English.
[ㅡ] : It is like the final sound of [p]([프]), [s]([스]), [d]([드]) and [t]([트]) in English.
[ㅣ] : It is like [i] in English.
The original sounds of the Spanish word, ‘tierra’ are as follows.
Surprisingly, [r] in Spanish has four HMJ phonetic syllables.
Bruce publishes this article titled ‘The linguistically weird coincidence by HMJ phonetics’ on both HMJ phonetics’ Facebook page(http://www.facebook.com/hmjphonetics) and WordPress blog(https://hmjphonetics.wordpress.com) on June 6, 2014 firstly in the world.
The original sounds of ‘je’ in French which means ‘I’ in English are as follows.
And the original sounds of ‘제(‘저’ or ‘나’ in Korean)’ in Korean which means ‘I’ in English are as follows.
As we can know it above that the original sounds of both of ‘je’ and ‘제’ contain both [ㅈ] and [ㅔ], both of sounds’ etymology would be the same, [제].