CERN, JADE, AI, & The Human Domain – Manifestation Of The Spiritual War | Part 1
For context of what follows below, please review the above commentary.
The Elemental Force, Three Folded Into One?
Pattern is prologue.
The Four Fold Light Hē’p-pos Of The Apocalypse | forthtell
Explanatory commentary of the above table follows below.
Are Black & White Colors?
The answer to the question – “Are black and white colors?” – is one of the most debated issues about color. Ask a scientist and you’ll get a reply based on physics: “Black is not a color, white is a color.” Ask an artist or a child with crayons and you’ll get another: “Black is a color, white is not a color.” (Maybe!)
RGB color model – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
(The Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse.)
Horse of the Apocalypse:
white g3022 λευκός leukos leukos Root Word (Etymology) From luke (“light“)
red g4450 πυρρός pyrros From πῦρ (G4442) having the colour of fire, red
black g3189 μέλας melas black ink μέλας mélas, mel’-as; black
pale g5515 χλωρός chlōros, KJV translates Strongs G5515 in the following manner: green (3x), pale (1x)., green, yellowish pale, livid (leprosy)
The Half-Life of Lucerne – CERN – The Other Half Of The Matter | forthtell
Manifestation – C.E.R.N.
c – Speed of Light
Speed of light – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The speed of light in vacuum, commonly denoted c, is a universal physical constant important in many areas of physics.
C | See white light.
And no marvel; for Satan himself is transformed into an angel of light.
Red – pyrros, py, pi, spin, orbit
e – Electron
define e – Google Search
Electron Model –
Bohr Model – Energy, Electrons, Quantum, and Orbits – JRank Articles
Pi – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
R, chloros, green
R chemistry – Google Search
Molar gas constant. Chemistryand physics. Alternative title: universal gas constant. molar gas constant, (symbol R), fundamental physical constant arising in the formulation of the general gas law.
N = Malthusian Population Growth Model
[In the Malthusian Paradigm, the bogus scarcity “science” of overpopulation leads to an “unsustainable” carrying capacity and famine ensues.
In ecology: modeling population growth 
Pierre-François Verhulst (1804–1849)
A typical application of the logistic equation is a common model of population growth, originally due to Pierre-François Verhulst in 1838, where the rate of reproduction is proportional to both the existing population and the amount of available resources, all else being equal. The Verhulst equation was published after Verhulst had read Thomas Malthus’ An Essay on the Principle of Population. Verhulst derived his logistic equation to describe the self-limiting growth of a biological population. The equation was rediscovered in 1911 by A. G. McKendrick for the growth of bacteria in broth and experimentally tested using a technique for nonlinear parameter estimation.The equation is also sometimes called the Verhulst-Pearl equation following its rediscovery in 1920 by Raymond Pearl (1879–1940) and Lowell Reed (1888–1966) of the Johns Hopkins University. Another scientist, Alfred J. Lotka derived the equation again in 1925, calling it the law of population growth.
Letting P represent population size (N is often used in ecology instead) and t represent time, this model is formalized by the differential equation:
where the constant r defines the growth rate and K is the carrying capacity.
Etymology: melas, mel, mal
c. 1300, “condition characterized by sullenness, gloom, irritability,” from Old French melancolie “black bile, ill disposition, anger, annoyance” (13c.), from Late Latin melancholia, from Greek melankholia “sadness,” literally (excess of) “black bile,” from melas (genitive melanos) “black” (see melanin) + khole “bile” (seeChloe). Medieval physiology attributed depression to excess of “black bile,” a secretion of the spleen and one of the body’s four “humors.”
The Latin word also is the source of Spanish melancolia, Italian melancolia, German Melancholie, Danish melankoli, etc. Old French variant malencolie (also in Middle English) is by false association with mal “sickness.”
Phenomenology of Particle Physics
CERN QED Test (page 6)
Definition of phenomenology by Merriam-Webster
noun phe·nom·e·nol·o·gy \fi-ˌnä-mə-ˈnä-lə-jē\
Definition of PHENOMENOLOGY
: the study of the development of human consciousness and self-awareness as a preface to or a part of philosophy
a (1) : a philosophical movement that describes the formal structure of the objects of awareness and of awareness itself in abstraction from any claims concerning existence (2) : the typological classification of a class of phenomena <the phenomenology of religion>
b : an analysis produced by phenomenological investigation
Phenomenology of Particle Physics CERN QED Test?
Is CERN self-aware?
“the study of the development of […] consciousness and self-awareness […]”, of CERN via the QED Test?
Cardinal direction – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
“Cardinal point” redirects here. For other uses, see Cardinal point (disambiguation).
A compass rose showing the four cardinal directions, the four ordinal directions, plus eight further divisions.
The four cardinal directions or cardinal points are the directions of north, east, south, and west, commonly denoted by their initials: N, E, S, W.
The above table reads N, E, S, W in reverse from the bottom.
The above collation of links, synchs, and synthesis via commentary are a working thesis and subject to change as more is learned.
For instance, the table could be reshuffled based of further etymological research of the above names to better suit the cardinal directions as per the “brain chip” QED Test map.
The QED Test map is found in Part 1.