The Periodic Table of the Light

This writing is based on my work and also the work of Walter Russell, a man who in 1927 already knew all about the concept I have called “the Conscious Field”; which he referred to as the ” Universal One” or “the One Mind”.  His writings are quite remarkable. I have included his work in my earlier writing:

http://www.alexpetty.com/2009/09/07/the-universal-one/

Below is a listing of the known elements of matter which make up the physical universe.

Listing of the known elements of matter

Listing of the known elements of matter. *Note that Density of elements with boiling points below 0°C is given in g/l

In  1871 Medeleev organized these elements into a table now well known as the Periodic Table of the Elements.

Medeleev’s first published version of this table is shown below:

Mendeleev's 1871 Periodic Table of the Elements

Mendeleev's 1871 Periodic Table of the Elements

The elements are presented in the periodic table by increasing values of their atomic numbers which refers to the number of protons in their atomic nuclei.

The modern periodic table is arranged as follows:

Table 1. - Standard periodic table of the elements as of the year 2011

Table 1. - Standard periodic table of the elements as of the year 2011

The standard periodic table is rectangular in general with counter-intuitive gaps in the horizontal rows (called periods) to keep elements with similar properties together in vertical columns (called groups), such as alkali metals, alkali earth metals, halogens and noble gases.

A wide, expanded view of the standard periodic table is shown below.

Table 2. - Wide view of periodic table of the elements in 2011

Table 2. - Wide view of periodic table of the elements in 2011

What is the true order of periodicity for the elements of matter? An order wherein no illogical or counter intuitive gaps may appear?

Before proceeding further, we must  review some of the basics of Foundational Theory.

According to my work, Creation is caused by the subdivision of the conscious field into manifold parts through a constructive or destructive act of Mind.

This act results in the apparent existence of a universe of separate parts, ie., it gives rise to plurality.

I have discussed this idea which is central to my work  in many of my past writings, notably:

http://www.alexpetty.com/2010/06/06/mapping-the-terrains-of-consciousness-with-foundational-mathematics/

Energy is the native aspect of Mind which allows effect to flow from Mind-ignited cause so that a desired outcome may arise.

Energy is the Mind’s force of intention.

The physical expression of the conscious field is the empty space that underlies all material form.

The mental expression of the conscious field is the empty space that underlies all thought form.

This underlying empty space in both cases; outward (i.e., physical) and  inward (i.e., mental) is one and the same space.

Everything perceived in Creation is manifested in the conscious field as an effect of the force of Mind (i.e., constructive or destructive will).

Light is the primary effect.

Light is exerted by the Mind-force upon the conscious field itself.

Light produces vibratory pressures within the conscious field.

We perceive these pressures as vibrations of light in empty space exhibiting a wide range of frequencies.

Our eyes can perceive a slim band of these frequencies as visible light which our Mind  translate into the Human experience of sight and so the effect of the primary cause manifests visibly to our range of experience.

Many other frequencies of light exist which are beyond our ability to sense directly however, certain ranges can harm us, while other may heal us. Still others can alter our states of consciousness.

Table 3. - The electromagnetic spectrum - lower light vibration

Table 3. - The electromagnetic spectrum - lower light vibration

When light – which is always imbued by the intention of mind – imparts oscillation and potential to empty space, this is the creation mechanism for the physical universe.

This mechanism is directly linked to primary causality – the will of Mind.

The vast intelligence which has sustained by will the Creation (and of which the Mind of each human being is an inseparable part) has produced vast amounts of “material substance” or  ”matter”. This has   provided the basis for the existence of the entire physical universe,  including the physical form of the Human Being.

These myriad gases, liquids and solids serve as a further medium for the movement of energy through apparent space and time, i.e., power transference.

Energy passing through material mediums yield second order effects, cascading  into further degrees of effect which quickly fan out into seemingly endless orders of complexity, apparent chaos.

An example of this is the transference of energy through the medium of atmospheric gas atoms (air). This results in a pressure wave traveling through the air medium. If the air pressure waves possess frequencies ranging between 20 to 20,000 cycles per second, then human ears can translate these into the experience of sound in the Mind. Here, cause and effect have come full circle.

Energy moving through the medium of a conductor (e.g., copper wire) produces a charge pressure wave in the copper material lattice that can be used to create useful electronic devices. Here the cause and effect interaction is facilitating human inventiveness.

The elements of the Periodic Table are also an artifact of consciousness, of light.

One way to empirically analyze this is by carefully studying  the atomic absorption and emission spectra for all known elements. The spectra provide unique “light signature” for each element. The light signatures are lower harmonics of the much higher frequencies of matter.

I  have included the complete listing of light signatures for all stable matter:

Figure 1. - The light signature of Hydrogen

Figure 1. - The light signature of Hydrogen

Figure 2. - The light signature of Helium

Figure 2. - The light signature of Helium

Figure 3. - The light signature of Lithium

Figure 3. - The light signature of Lithium

Figure 4. - The light signature of Beryllium

Figure 4. - The light signature of Beryllium

Figure 5. - The light signature of Boron

Figure 5. - The light signature of Boron

Figure 6. - The light signature of Carbon

Figure 6. - The light signature of Carbon

Figure 7. - The light signature of Nitrogen

Figure 7. - The light signature of Nitrogen

Figure 8. - The light signature of Oxygen

Figure 8. - The light signature of Oxygen

Figure 9. - The light signature of Fluorine

Figure 9. - The light signature of Fluorine

Figure 10. - The light signature of Neon

Figure 10. - The light signature of Neon

Figure 11. - The light signature of Sodium

Figure 11. - The light signature of Sodium

Figure 12. - The light signature of Magnesium

Figure 12. - The light signature of Magnesium

Figure 13. - The light signature of Aluminum

Figure 13. - The light signature of Aluminum

Figure 14. - The light signature of Silicon

Figure 14. - The light signature of Silicon

Figure 15. - The light signature of Phosphorus

Figure 15. - The light signature of Phosphorus

Figure 16. - The light signature of Sulfur

Figure 16. - The light signature of Sulfur

Figure 17. - The light signature of Chlorine

Figure 17. - The light signature of Chlorine

Figure 18. - The light signature of Argon

Figure 18. - The light signature of Argon

Figure 19. - The light signature of Potassium

Figure 19. - The light signature of Potassium

Figure 20. - The light signature of Calcium

Figure 20. - The light signature of Calcium

Figure 21. - The light signature of Scandium

Figure 21. - The light signature of Scandium

Figure 22. - The light signature of Titanium

Figure 22. - The light signature of Titanium

Figure 23. - The light signature of Vandium

Figure 23. - The light signature of Vandium

Figure 24. - The light signature of Chromium

Figure 24. - The light signature of Chromium

Figure 25. - The light signature of Manganese

Figure 25. - The light signature of Manganese

Figure 26. - The light signature of Iron

Figure 26. - The light signature of Iron

Figure 27. - The light signature of Cobalt

Figure 27. - The light signature of Cobalt

Figure 28. - The light signature of Nickel

Figure 28. - The light signature of Nickel

Figure 29. - The light signature of Copper

Figure 29. - The light signature of Copper

Figure 30. - The light signature of Zinc

Figure 30. - The light signature of Zinc

Figure 31. - The light signature of Gallium

Figure 31. - The light signature of Gallium

Figure 32. - The light signature of Germanium

Figure 32. - The light signature of Germanium

Figure 33. - The light signature of Arsenic

Figure 33. - The light signature of Arsenic

Figure 34. - The light signature of Selenium

Figure 34. - The light signature of Selenium

Figure 35. - The light signature of Bromine

Figure 35. - The light signature of Bromine

Figure 36. - The light signature of Krypton

Figure 36. - The light signature of Krypton

Figure 37. - The light signature of Rubidium

Figure 37. - The light signature of Rubidium

Figure 38. - The light signature of Strontium

Figure 38. - The light signature of Strontium

Figure 39. - The light signature of Yttrium

Figure 39. - The light signature of Yttrium

Figure 40. - The light signature of Zirconium

Figure 40. - The light signature of Zirconium

Figure 41. - The light signature of Niobium

Figure 41. - The light signature of Niobium

Figure 42. - The light signature of Molybdenum

Figure 42. - The light signature of Molybdenum

Figure 43. - The light signature of Technetium

Figure 43. - The light signature of Technetium

Figure 44. - The light signature of Ruthenium

Figure 44. - The light signature of Ruthenium

Figure 45. - The light signature of Rhodium

Figure 45. - The light signature of Rhodium

Figure 46. - The light signature of Palladium

Figure 46. - The light signature of Palladium

Figure 47. - The light signature of Silver

Figure 47. - The light signature of Silver

Figure 48. - The light signature of Cadmium

Figure 48. - The light signature of Cadmium

Figure 49. - The light signature of Indium

Figure 49. - The light signature of Indium

Figure 50. - The light signature of Tin

Figure 50. - The light signature of Tin

Figure 51. - The light signature of Antimony

Figure 51. - The light signature of Antimony

Figure 52. - The light signature of Tellurium

Figure 52. - The light signature of Tellurium

Figure 53. - The light signature of Iodine

Figure 53. - The light signature of Iodine

Figure 54. - The light signature of Xenon

Figure 54. - The light signature of Xenon

Figure 55. - The light signature of Caesium

Figure 55. - The light signature of Caesium

Figure 56. - The light signature of Barium

Figure 56. - The light signature of Barium

Figure 57. - The light signature of Lanthanum

Figure 57. - The light signature of Lanthanum

Figure 58. - The light signature of Cerium

Figure 58. - The light signature of Cerium

Figure 59. - The light signature of Praseodymium

Figure 59. - The light signature of Praseodymium

Figure 60. - The light signature of Neodymium

Figure 60. - The light signature of Neodymium

Figure 61. - The light signature of Promethium

Figure 61. - The light signature of Promethium

Figure 62. - The light signature of Samarium

Figure 62. - The light signature of Samarium

Figure 63. - The light signature of Europium

Figure 63. - The light signature of Europium

Figure 64. - The light signature of Gadolinium

Figure 64. - The light signature of Gadolinium

Figure 65. - The light signature of Terbium

Figure 65. - The light signature of Terbium

Figure 66. - The light signature of Dysprosium

Figure 66. - The light signature of Dysprosium

Figure 67. - The light signature of Holmium

Figure 67. - The light signature of Holmium

Figure 68. - The light signature of Erbium

Figure 68. - The light signature of Erbium

Figure 69. - The light signature of Thulium

Figure 69. - The light signature of Thulium

Figure 70. - The light signature of Ytterbium

Figure 70. - The light signature of Ytterbium

Figure 71. - The light signature of Lutetium

Figure 71. - The light signature of Lutetium

Figure 72. - The light signature of Hafnium

Figure 72. - The light signature of Hafnium

Figure 73. - The light signature of Tantalum

Figure 73. - The light signature of Tantalum

Figure 74. - The light signature of Tungsten

Figure 74. - The light signature of Tungsten

Figure 75. - The light signature of Rhenium

Figure 75. - The light signature of Rhenium

Figure 76. - The light signature of Osmium

Figure 76. - The light signature of Osmium

Figure 77. - The light signature of Iridium

Figure 77. - The light signature of Iridium

Figure 78. - The light signature of Platinum

Figure 78. - The light signature of Platinum

Figure 79. - The light signature of Gold

Figure 79. - The light signature of Gold

Figure 80. - The light signature of Mercury

Figure 80. - The light signature of Mercury

Figure 81. - The light signature of Thallium

Figure 81. - The light signature of Thallium

Figure 82. - The light signature of Lead

Figure 82. - The light signature of Lead

Figure 83. - The light signature of Bismuth

Figure 83. - The light signature of Bismuth

Figure 84. - The light signature of Polonium

Figure 84. - The light signature of Polonium

Figure 85. - The light signature of Astatine

Figure 85. - The light signature of Astatine

Figure 86. - The light signature of Radon

Figure 86. - The light signature of Radon

Figure 87. - The light signature of Francium

Figure 87. - The light signature of Francium

Figure 88. - The light signature of Radium

Figure 88. - The light signature of Radium

Figure 89. - The light signature of Actinium

Figure 89. - The light signature of Actinium

Figure 90. - The light signature of Thorium

Figure 90. - The light signature of Thorium

Figure 91. - The light signature of Protactinium

Figure 91. - The light signature of Protactinium

Figure 92. - The light signature of Uranium

Figure 92. - The light signature of Uranium

Figure 93. - The light signature of Neptunium

Figure 93. - The light signature of Neptunium

Figure 94. - The light signature of Plutonium

Figure 94. - The light signature of Plutonium

Figure 95. - The light signature of Americium

Figure 95. - The light signature of Americium

Figure 96. - The light signature of Curium

Figure 96. - The light signature of Curium

Figure 97. - The light signature of Berkelium

Figure 97. - The light signature of Berkelium

Figure 98. - The light signature of Californium

Figure 98. - The light signature of Californium

The Tones of Matter

Jelaleddin Rumi, a Persian Sufi mystic who lived from 1207 to 1273 century AD once said:

“In the rhythm of music a secret is hidden; If I were to divulge it, it would overturn the world.”

It was also anciently said by the great Alexandrian master Hermes Trismegistus, “As above so below”.

See:  http://www.alexpetty.com/2009/09/15/the-emerald-tablet/

Both of these statements refer to the nature of energy.

The cycling aspect of energy can be relied upon at any octave.

Every octave of energy is identical to all others.

The only variation in comparing one octave to another is scale.

As the wavelengths grow longer, frequencies decrease – the energy and scale decreases.

As the wavelengths grow shorter, frequencies increase – the energy and scale increases.

We can experience this reliable, regular quality of energy when we hear the 7 major tones of the musical scale in the audio frequency range.

Do – Re – Mi – Fa – So – La – Ti

The human ear is capable of perceiving a range of 10 octaves of energy.

We can also experience this reliable, regular quality of energy when we see the 7 major tones of color in the frequency range of visible light.

Violet - Indigo - Blue - Green - Yellow - Orange - Red

There is a direct correspondence here: as above, so below.

We see “Violet” in the higher octave, we hear “Do” at the lower octave.

We see “Indigo” in the higher octave, we hear “Re” at the lower octave.

We see “Blue” in the higher octave, we hear “Mi” at the lower octave.

We see “Green” in the higher octave, we hear “Fa” at the lower octave.

We see “Yellow” in the higher octave, we hear “So” at the lower octave.

We see “Orange” in the higher octave, we hear “La” at the lower octave.

We see “Red” in the higher octave, we hear “Ti” at the lower octave.

The human eye is capable of perceiving but a single octave of energy.

We experience this reliable, regular quality of energy as  the 118 tones of known matter which span across 7 octaves.

In other words, at an extremely high rate of vibration, in the wavelength range of perhaps 0.01 Å to 10 mÅ or shorter, light “condenses” into that which we perceive as matter.

Table 4. - The light spectrum - extending into higher vibrations of light

Table 4. - The light spectrum - extending into higher vibrations of light

In this way, light produces the “material” sense stimulus for the experiences of touch, taste and smell.

According to the gigantic conceptions of enlightened genius Walter Russell, there are 10 full octaves of matter.  I have adopted Russell’s conventions in my work as his ideas are very well aligned with mine and I believe his conclusions on many counts are correct.

The complete set of 10 octaves as given by Russell are:

1) The Alphanon Octave

2) The Betanon Octave

3) The Gammanon Octave

4) The Hydron Octave  (which contains  Hydrogen)

5) The Helium Octave

6) The Neon Octave

7) The Argon Octave

8 ) The Krypton Octave

9) The Xenon Octave

10) The Radon Octave

With the exception of Hydrogen, no tones in Russell’s predicted first four octaves have yet been observed in nature.

Russell named these predicted tones as follows:

Alphanon Octave: Irenon – Vijaon – Marvaon – Tomion – Alberton – Blackton – Boston

Betanon Octave: Jamearnon – Erneston – Eykaon – Athenon – Barnardon – Delphanon – Romanon

Gammanon  Octave: Marconium – Penrynium – Vinton – Quentin – Tracion – Buzzeon – Helenon

Hydron  Octave: Hydrogen – Ethlogen – Bebegen – Carbogen – Luminon – Halanon – Helionon

It should also be noted that by 1927, Russell had already predicted the existence of a significant number of  then unknown elements in the 9th and 10th octaves which have since been discovered. In fact in 1941, the American Academy of Sciences conferred a doctorate on him, after several laboratories had isolated the elements which he had foreseen: Deuterium, Tritium, Neptunium and Plutonium.

The figures below show how light cycles through the higher energy octaves appearing as matter at major tones and certain semi tones.

I have indicated the semi tones in “cents” between 0 and 1000. For example a semi tone falling half way between “Mi” and “Fa” would appear as “Mi500″.

The tones of Walter Russell's first octave of matter

The major tones of Walter Russell's first octave of matter

Figure 104. - Light Absorption for the 1st Octave of Matter

Figure 104. - Light Absorption for the 1st Octave of Matter

Figure 105. - Light Emission for the 1st Octave of Matter

Figure 105. - Light Emission for the 1st Octave of Matter

The tones of Walter Russell's second octave of matter

The major tones of Walter Russell's second octave of matter

Figure 106. - Light Absorption for the 2nd Octave of Matter

Figure 106. - Light Absorption for the 2nd Octave of Matter

Figure 107. - Light Emission for the 2nd Octave of Matter

Figure 107. - Light Emission for the 2nd Octave of Matter

The tones of Walter Russell's third octave of matter

The major tones of Walter Russell's third octave of matter

Figure 108. - Light Absorption for the 3rd Octave of Matter

Figure 108. - Light Absorption for the 3rd Octave of Matter

Figure 109. - Light Emission for the 3rd Octave of Matter

Figure 109. - Light Emission for the 3rd Octave of Matter

The tones of Walter Russell's fourth octave of matter

The major tones of Walter Russell's fourth octave of matter

Figure 110. - Light Absorption for the 4th Octave of Matter

Figure 110. - Light Absorption for the 4th Octave of Matter

Figure 111. - Light Emission for the 4th Octave of Matter

Figure 111. - Light Emission for the 4th Octave of Matter

At man’s present level of knowledge, the first octave of light in which all of the major tones have been identified is the The Helium Octave. This includes the tones:

Lithium – Beryllium – Boron – Carbon – Nitrogen – Oxygen – Fluorine

Note that the Noble Gases are at equilibrium and produce no physical vibration. In this way, there is a relationship between Noble Gases and Prime Numbers.

See earlier writing for more on my research into the nature of primes:  http://www.alexpetty.com/2009/11/15/on-numeric-magnetism-and-the-fundamentals-of-primality/

The tones of Walter Russell's fifth octave of matter

The major tones of Walter Russell's fifth octave of matter

Figure 106. - Light Absorption for the 5th Octave of Matter

Figure 106. - Light Absorption for the 5th Octave of Matter

Figure 107. - Light Emission for the 5th Octave of Matter

Figure 107. - Light Emission for the 5th Octave of Matter

The octave above The Helium Octave is the Neon Octave and it includes the major tones:

Sodium – Magnesium – Aluminum – Silicon – Phosphorus – Sulfur – Chlorine – Neon

The major tones of Walter Russell's sixth octave of matter

The major tones of Walter Russell's sixth octave of matter

Figure 108. - Light Absorption for the 6th Octave of Matter

Figure 108. - Light Absorption for the 6th Octave of Matter

Figure 109. - Light Emission for the 6th Octave of Matter

Figure 109. - Light Emission for the 6th Octave of Matter

From the 7th Octave of matter, Semi Tones of light manifest as stable elements.

The listing of these Semi tones for the 7th Octave of matter (The Argon Octave) including their associated Major tones are:

Potassium – Calcium – Scandium | (Major tones)

Titanium – Vanadium – Chromium – Manganese – Iron | (Semi tones)

Cobalt | (Major tone)

Nickel – Copper – Zinc – Gallium – Germanium | (Semi tones)

Arsenic – Selenium – Bromine | (Major tones)

The semi tones of Walter Russell's seventh octave of matter

The major and semi tones of Walter Russell's seventh octave of matter

Figure 116. - Light Absorption for the 7th Octave of Matter

Figure 116. - Light Absorption for the 7th Octave of Matter

Figure 117. - Light Emission for the 7th Octave of Matter

Figure 117. - Light Emission for the 7th Octave of Matter

The listing of Semi tones for the 8th Octave of matter (The Krypton Octave) including their associated Major tones are:

Rubidium – Strontium – Yttrium | (Major tones)

Zirconium – Niobium – Molybdenum – Technetium – Ruthenium | (Semi tones)

Rhodium | (Major Tone)

Palladium – Silver – Cadmium – Indium – Tin | (Semi Tones)

Antimony – Tellurium – Iodine | (Major Tones)

The semi tones of Walter Russell's eighth octave of matter

The major and semi tones of Walter Russell's eighth octave of matter

Figure 118. - Light Absorption for the 8th Octave of Matter

Figure 118. - Light Absorption for the 8th Octave of Matter

Figure 119. - Light Emission for the 8th Octave of Matter

Figure 119. - Light Emission for the 8th Octave of Matter

The listing of tones for the 9th Octave of matte, The Xenon Octave are:

Caesium – Barium – Lanthanum | (Major tones)

Cerium – Praseodymium – Neodymium – Promethium – Samarium – Europium – Gadolinium – Terbium – Dysprosium – Holmium – Erbium – Thulium | (Semi tones)

Ytterbium | (Major Tone)

Lutetium – Hafnium – Tantalum – Tungsten – Rhenium – Osmium – Iridium – Platinum – Gold – Mercury – Thallium – Lead | (Semi Tones)

Bismuth – Polonium – Astatine | (Major Tones)

The semi tones of Walter Russell's ninth octave of matter

The major and semi tones of Walter Russell's ninth octave of matter

Figure 120. - Light Absorption for the 9th Octave of Matter

Figure 120. - Light Absorption for the 9th Octave of Matter

Figure 121. - Light Emission for the 9th Octave of Matter

Figure 121. - Light Emission for the 9th Octave of Matter

The listing of Semi tones for the 10th Octave of matter (The Radon Octave) including their associated Major tones are:

Caesium – Barium – Lanthanum | (Major tones)

Cerium – Praseodymium – Neodymium – Promethium – Samarium – Europium – Gadolinium – Terbium – Dysprosium – Holmium – Erbium – Thulium | (Semi tones)

Ytterbium | (Major Tone)

Lutetium – Hafnium – Tantalum – Tungsten – Rhenium – Osmium – Iridium – Platinum – Gold – Mercury – Thallium – Lead | (Semi Tones)

Bismuth – Polonium – Astatine | (Major Tones)

The semi tones of Walter Russell's tenth octave of matter

The major and semi tones of Walter Russell's tenth octave of matter

Figure 122. - Light Absorption for the 10th Octave of Matter

Figure 122. - Light Absorption for the 10th Octave of Matter

Figure 123. - Light Emission for the 10th Octave of Matter

Figure 123. - Light Emission for the 10th Octave of Matter

In the same way that the “number line”

the number line

is more rightly constructed as a “number spiral”

the numeric spiral

and in the same way that the growth and contraction structure of numbers themselves cycle internally with “breathe-like” ebb and flow,

breath cycle of the numeric spiral

breath cycle of the numeric spiral

so too is the periodic table more closely representative of matter’s true nature with all its periodicities when represented using a spiral rather than today’s less perfect rectangular periodic table.

Figure 124. - Spiral Periodic Table of Light

Figure 124. - Spiral Periodic Table of Light

The mapping between the Spiral Periodic Table of Light and the Vortex Glyph is as follows:

Figure 125. - Mapping of the Spiral Periodic Table with the Vortex Glyph

Figure 125. - Mapping of the Spiral Periodic Table with the Vortex Glyph

More to come!

.:.

5 Responses to “The Periodic Table of the Light”

  1. valery says:

    Alex, Wonderful work! I have done similar work, but honestly no where nearly as detailed. I suspect your work will soon lead you to the conclusion that the known chart of elements is incorrect: 2,8,8,16,16,32,32. Since modern chemistry was done mostly through observing the dynamics of “bonding” alone, they don’t have an understanding of what’s taking place at the super-molecular level. At some point soon you will discover for yourself (if you haven’t already) what I think of as the right and left hand-shake bonding. It is all about oscillatory timing and the correct momentary polarity allowing the right energy level at exactly the right moment. Speeds from level to level increase by PHI rates. All matter is timed to the macro in our case (the Earth’s 3Phi timing to the sun for example). For bonding and reflecting light we are always seeing just one side. Timing in addition to magnetic polarity must match for bonding to occur. Though I and others have realized these truths before you, perhaps you will be the first re-discoverer of this ancient information to be successful in breaking through the scientific academic dogma. You have a brilliant gift for thinking about, progressing, writing and presenting this type of information – far better then any other I’ve encountered. Thank you for that and good luck!

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  3. John says:

    Hi Alex,

    Great article, brilliant and amazing.

    Do you know if there is any discernible pattern to the distribution of the emission spectra of the light signatures?

  4. Alex says:

    @John
    There is a definite pattern.

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