This Z-paper 1006 by Herb Zinser uses Nature’s SYMBOL MACHINE words, languages, proper nouns, equations, and concepts to understand the CRYPTIC writings of newspaper reporters, editors and publishers, and book authors.
The SYMBOL MACHINE is comprised of English language words and concepts, math and physics equations, biochemistry diagrams, electromagnetic sin wave schematics, etc. The SYMBOL MACHINE equivalent are basic college textbooks in math and science that may be found in any bookstore or a bookstore near a university.
We are reminded of ……
Language in thought and action – S. I. Hayakawa – Google …
books.google.com › Language Arts & Disciplines › Linguistics › General
A revised, updated edition of S. I. Hayakawa’s classic work on semantics. He discusses the role of language, its many functions, and how language shapes our … …. Semantics is primarily concerned with meaning and reference, i.e. what Hayakawa calls the relationship between the «map» and the «territory» …
Maps and Territories – Rijnlandmodel
Language in Thought and Action, S.I. Hayakawa.
Chapter 2 Symbols Maps and Territories
There is a sense in which we all live in two worlds.
Thus we have the source domain of SYMBOL LIFE and thought that may get mapped to the destination range of physical biology with human activities of the geography surface of EARTH.
Let’s look at some proper nouns and other words that provide CLUES to Nature’s message processing system … with possible messages for people that are interested in CRYPTIC situations.
The signaling EVENT —>
Comair Flight 5191, marketed as Delta Connection Flight 5191, was a scheduled United States (US) domestic passenger flight from Lexington, Kentucky, to Atlanta, Georgia, operated on behalf of Delta Connection by Comair. On the morning of August 27, 2006, at around 06:07 EDT, the Bombardier Canadair Regional Jet 100ER that was being used for the flight crashed while attempting to take off from Blue Grass Airport in Fayette County, Kentucky, four miles (6 kilometers) west of the central business district of the City of Lexington.
The aircraft was assigned the airport’s runway 22 for the takeoff, but used runway 26 instead. Runway 26 was too short for a safe takeoff, causing the aircraft to overrun the end of the runway before it could become airborne. It crashed just past the end of the runway, killing all 47 passengers and two of the three crew. The flight’s first officer was the only survivor
Above, approximate paths at Blue Grass Airport (picture before airport construction done weeks before the crash):
X marks the closed taxiway
http://www.yeastgenome.org/go/…/overviewSaccharomyces Genome Database
Gene Ontology Term: phosphorylation of RNA polymerase II C–terminal domain … on to an amino acid residue in the C–terminal domain of RNA polymerase II.
Jan 12, 2014 – At the 3′ ends of protein-coding genes, RNA polymerase (Pol) II is dephosphorylated at tyrosine residues (Tyr1) of its C–terminal domain …
RNA polymerase II, and specifically the C–terminal domain (CTD) of its largest subunit, has been demonstrated to play important roles in capping, splicing, and …
Super-symmetry Images for airport terminal lexicon language gates
by Herbert Spencer … in correspondence with external coexistences and sequences; and still more of that abridged and less specific formula,
in which Life is said to be the continuous adjustment of internal relations to external relations. (§7 ¶1).
How EXTERNAL airports in general reflect INTERNAL biochemistry architectural drawings
Thus we see an incomplete explanation of the Lexington crash.
More research need to be done in year 2014 .. to understand Nature’s genetic WAR signaling EVENT that used the programmable human brain computer of the pilots to carry out the GENE messaging EVENT.