The 19th of February starts us off on a rising ‘intensity’ value forecast in my emotional reduction engine algorithms. This forecast metric is at the top of the range of intensity attribute values as they have been expressing. This ‘intensity’ attribute is what you feel as you absorb events in terms of your emotions and bodily expressions. The ‘intensity’ attribute has, within its defining set, such words as ‘excitement’, ‘quivering (with anticipation)’, ‘pounding (of blood (in temples))’, and many others of a similar nature.
All emotional attributes have one or more body locations, and or processes, as corelates, or center of perceptions, that seems to localize within the body, those effects that in sum define the attribute. As an example, we have all felt the ‘gut’ impacts of fear. There are others, such as profuse sweating, dilation of pupils, and more, but fear, as an emotion, has a ‘center’ within the abdomen in humans. All of these perceived locations by physical perception are entirely due to the many tendrils linking all the major organs, and the glands in the body, and cranium, through the vagus nervous system.
The 19th of February starts us off on a rising ‘intensity’ value forecast in my emotional reduction engine algorithms. This bears repeating as the ‘intensity’ values will be dominating collective human thinking for a number of years. The primary aspect modifier around which the intensity values are clustering, is “transformation”.
This set of “transformation” is defined by both aspects of the process, that is, mutare/mutation (or alteration of self by an outside process), as well as comutare/mutual alteration, in which the outside process is itself altered by the transformation. Then, transformed, the process reinitiates, and repeats.
The 19th of February starts us off on a rising ‘intensity’ value forecast in my emotional reduction engine algorithms. The numeric values and their growth patterns are suggesting this process of intense transformation will be neither short, nor shallow, and though intense, it will also be deeply churning of Humanity at our collective core. The forecast is made from a collection of infinitive forms of dynamic verbs associated with the descriptor set for ‘transformation’. This growing collection of infinitives suggests the process will not be predictable in its duration.
We won’t be able to see the end from the beginning. We are speaking of decades, or centuries. It is not now knowable.
The 19th of February starts us off .
Nothing will escape this transformation of Humanity.