APOTHB – Chapter 16 – The Underwear View Of The Human Body

 
APOTHB - Chapter 16 - The Underwear View Of The Human Body

The Underwear View of the Human Body The name for the Underwear View of the body is inspired by long underwear that reaches to the elbows and knees. The outlines below might make it easier to focus on the underwear. The Underwear View of the body can be described using a picture from the previous […]

APOTHB – Chapter 17 – The Pulley View Of The Human Body

 
APOTHB - Chapter 17 - The Pulley View Of The Human Body

The Pulley View of the Human Body The Pulley View of the body is based on The Kidney View of the body. A pulley is a device that is used to move things. It usually consists of a wheel with a groove around the circumference, and a rope. The rope is woven thru the groove […]

APOTHB – Chapter 18 – The Arch View Of The Human Body

 
APOTHB - Chapter 18 - The Arch View Of The Human Body

The Arch View of the Human Body Happeh Theory claims most human inventions throughout history are based on something found within the human body. Arches are one of the most basic of the architectural inventions of early human societies. Happeh Theory says the architectural arch was based on the arches found in the human body. […]

APOTHB – Chapter 19 – The Internal/External View Of The Human Body

 
APOTHB - Chapter 19 - The Internal/External View Of The Human Body

The Internal/External Body View The Internal/External View of the body comes from Asian philosophy. It is not a new concept from Happeh Theory. Asian cultures developed the Internal/External view of the body 1000’s of years ago. The human body can be divided into two parts according to Asian body philosophies. The Internal and the External […]

APOTHB – Chapter 20 – The Rectangle View Of The Human Body

 
APOTHB - Chapter 20 - The Rectangle View Of The Human Body

The Rectangle View of the Human Body The Rectangle View of the body is based on the concept that the human body behaves as if it is embedded in a rectangle of some substance. By that I mean it looks like the picture below. The black surface is the front of the rectangle. The green […]