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Behavior of light must reverse order

In the spectrum of pure light harbors 6 colors: red, green, blue, yellow, cyan and magenta.  The additive digital colors red, green, blue when combined and neutralized creates the subtractive analog colors yellow, cyan and magenta.  And vice versa yellow, cyan, magenta combines and neutralizes to become red, green and blue again.  Neutralization refers to equal to zero.  The conversions of the reverse order of the additive and subtractive colors equal to zero in both directions.  This clearly adheres to my reverse order mathematics where every physics equations must eventually reverse order to equal to zero in both directions.  The behavior of light and time must eventually experience the opposite effect.  This matches the yin yang concept of conversion due to reverse order.    In reference to the behavior of the colors of light you can observe the neutralization of the digital colors red, green and blue on the computer monitor as well as the neutralization of the analog colors yellow, cyan and magenta on the computer printer.  All concepts of physics must eventually reverse order as the opposite effect to equal to zero in both directions.  Time and the time loop are of no exception.  This will fulfill the idea of for every action, there is an opposite and equal reaction.

To prove my mathematics accurate we can observe the equation:  Red + Green = Yellow, which means combining red and green creates yellow.  Manipulate the equation and carry the positive Green across the other side of the equal sign and you get: Red = Yellow – Green.  This is interpreted as removing negative green from yellow creates red.  The math is flawless.

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