Secular Library Classification
Collation is the format for organizing listings of information
The Secular Library Classification system exercises a list of semantic cues for determining the order of subjects.
People are somewhat familiar with the theory, because it is applied in the general interrogative list of six general questions: who, what, where, when, why, and how. The interrogative list has proven to be reliable for compiling the information concerning any event. The ordering of the interrogative list in accordance with the general collation theory is as follows:
1. what happened?
2. how did it happen?
3. who was involved?
4. where did it happen?
5. why did it happen?
6. when did it happen?
Train wreck at Montparnasse Station; Paris, France; 16:00, October 22, 1895.
And basically, this format system can be used to organize any and all general knowledge lists, including the hierarchy list of all subjects of knowledge; just like the Dewey Decimal and Library of Congress classification systems.
Earthrise is the designation for NASA image AS08-14-2383, taken by astronaut William Anders during the Apollo 8 mission, on December 24,1968, during the first crewed voyage to orbit the Moon.