Last updated on 2017/2561 8 7, a full moon day;     Radicals;

Brief Introduction: yellowish variations exist on human beings livable moons in our universes ... , e.g. 5mm yellowish distance, e.g. 10mm yellowish distance, ... ; radicals are important because each character represents meaning (i.e. idea), and then kuru kuru WHILE those ideas are processed (e.g. lights as instruction) so called Idea Processor ... ;

idea e.g. dimensional, directional, logical, numerological, structural, ... ;

     

 

 

 

 
 

 

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28 columns design (i.e. above table, using IC28) represents averaging yellowish variation for each human beings livable moon, especially designed for each imaginary hyper space craft and space environment of this DOMAIN ... ; Reference to www.jisho.org 's standard characters ... ; Remark: characters are learnt via Internet remotely & virtually, so, if some misconceptions exist, correct self ... ;

Think that Day Sky's human beings livable moons are in 2,3 dimensional (nearby our earth) fusion (colors) naturally with Aqua a.k.a. cyan, Navy a.k.a. blue, Lime a.k.a. light green, Green, ... ; C Sequence Number (BF2, a.k.a. Brunching Factor 2) imaginary hyper space environment in our universes, and all human beings livable moons are owned by Shakya (a.k.a. Swastika) King; some villages and cities have been already built (as of 2017/2561) for future generations ... ;

WHY 28 as numbers of column? because, 28 is one of the holy numbers in Buddhism, also see: Numbers in Dhamma; IFF 28 mansions, also see: Chinese Constellations;

WHY yellowish variation is very very important? because, we human beings livable moons have yellowish variations naturally WHICH might be one of the factors to adjust B L I (Body Length Index); in imaginary hyper space environment, heat and light may not be at the same location naturally; planet sound (echo) s are not the same among human beings livable moons (refer to our earth has been "tic toc", ... ); SPL (Sound Pressure Level) ratio (s) among human beings livable moons in our universes are space programs' military secrets (e.g. some planets are with EM, some planets are without EM, because of whether yellow as core or not), therefore not available to public;

WHY radicals are very very important to know? because, each character represents idea;

128 bit Idea Processor, using Kanji Radicals, sorted by stroke count (writing stroke as Number) ... ;

Therefore, please do not change the 28 columns design (a.k.a. Model) because future humanoids' nama reading via Idea Processor ... ;

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notice THAT some radicals can have different meaning, depending upon doko WHERE its location is ( for each keyword) Cell Path alike, e.g. some radicals can be at the bottom, in the center, on the left, at the top, on the right, ... , also see: Directions;

notice THAT commonly used daily words (i.e. keyword) are collected, gathered, listed, and then ... ;

IFF NOT in numerological, also see: Numerological 0;