## Sunday, November 10, 2013

### Color Theory ~ Polarity Reversal and The Equals & Opposites Reference Chart

Polarity Reversal

Complementary colors such as +Red and -Cyan are more than simply opposites, for as everything is Paradox; the opposite colors are in fact the same color, performing different roles.  When +Red is an additive color, that is emitting, it is perceived as Red, yet when that same color is a subtractive color, that is absorbing, it becomes -Cyan and is perceived as Cyan.  This happens through polarity reversal.
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+Red = (½ -Magenta + ½ -Yellow)
+Red = (1 -Magenta + 1 -Yellow)

Both of these things are true, because the color is determined by equal proportions.
However, if one has enough Cyan, then a polarity reversal occurs, caused by the accumulation of energy.

So what happens when you add  (+Red + +Red) ?

If
(+W) + (+W) = -Black
Logically (+Red + +Red) = -Cyan
A polarity reversal occurs when negatively charged Chaos particles absorb so much energy that they fill up and start to emit.  Thus, the in-waves change direction and become out-waves.

+   +   +   =   -
+Red  +  +Red -Red = -Cyan
+W   +   +W   =   -K

&

+   +   +   =   -
+Cyan  +Cyan = -Cyan  = +Red
+K   +   +K   =   -W

A polarity reversal occurs when positively charged Order particles emit so much energy that they empty out and start to absorb.  Thus, the out-waves change direction and become in-waves.

-   +   -   =   +
-Red + -Red = +Red =+Cyan
-W   +   -W   =   +K

&
-   +   -   =   +
-Cyan + -Cyan = +Cyan = +Red
-K   +   -K   =   +W

Example #13 ~  Polarity Reversal

-Cyan = (2 +Blue + 2 +Green)
Expressed as
-Cyan = (1 +Blue + 1 +Green) +  (1 +Blue + 1 +Green)
-Cyan =-Cyan + -Cyan
But that’s not right, because + = -   +   -
A polarity reversal must occur!
+Red =-Cyan + -Cyan

Example #14 ~  Polarity Reversal (the long version)

+Red =(becomes) - Cyan
Components: (-Yellow  +  -Magenta) = (+Blue + +Green)
Components: (+Green+Red) + (+Red+Blue ) = (+Blue  + +Green)
Rearrange: (+Blue  + +Green) + (+Red + +Red) = (+Blue  + +Green)
Substitute: (+Blue  + +Green) + (- Cyan) = (+Blue  + +Green)
Substitute: (- C + - C) = (+Blue  + +Green)
Substitute: (- Cyan + - Cyan) = (- Cyan-Magenta) + (- Cyan + -Yellow
Substitute: (- Cyan + - Cyan) = (- Cyan + - Cyan) + (-Yellow   +  -Magenta)
+Red = (+Red + +Red)
+Red = - Cyan

Example #15 ~  Polarity Reversal

+Blue + +Green  + +Red = +White
Components: (½ -C + ½ -M) + (½ -Y + ½ -C) + (½ -M + ½ -Y) = +White
Rearrange: (½ -Y + ½ -Y) + (½-M + ½ -M) + (½-C + ½ -C) = +White
+Blue + +Green  + +Red = +White

Thus Also:
(-K ) + (-K)  = +White
(- C + -M + -Y) + (- C + -M + -Y)  = +White
-Magenta(x2) + - Cyan(x2)  + -Yellow(x2)  = +White
-M (x2) + - C (x2)  + -Y (x2)  = +White  =  +B + +G  + +R = (-K ) + (-K

Example #16 ~  Polarity Reversal

+Cyan  +Magenta  +Yellow = +Black
Components: (½-B  +  ½ -G) + (½ -R  +  ½ -B) + (½-G  + ½ -R) = +Black
Rearrange: (½-R  + ½ -R) + (½ -G  +  ½ -G  ) + (½-B  +  ½ -B) = +Black
+Cyan  +Magenta  +Yellow = +Black

Thus Also:

(-W) + (-W) = +Black
(-R +  -G +  -B) + (-R +  -G +  -B)  = +K
-Blue (x2)  +  -Red(x2)  +  -Green(x2) = +Black
-B(x2) + -R(x2) -G(x2) = +Black = +C + +M + +Y =  (-W) + (-W)

Example #17 ~  Polarity Reversal

-Cyan  -Magenta  -Yellow = -Black
Components: (½+B  +  ½ +G) + (½ +R  +  ½ +B) + (½+G  + ½ +R) = -Black
Rearrange: (½+R  + ½ +R) + (½ +G  +  ½ +G  ) + (½+B  +  ½ +B) = -Black
- Cyan + -Magenta + -Yellow  -Black

Thus Also:

(+W) + (+W) = -Black
(+R+G+B ) + (+R+G+B )  = -K
+Blue  (x2) + +Red (x2) + +Green (x2) = -Black
+B(x2) + +R(x2) + +G (x2) = -Black - C -M + -Y  =  (+W) + (+W)

Example #18 ~  Polarity Reversal

-Blue + -Green  + -Red = -White
Components: (½ +C + ½ +M) + (½ +Y + ½ +C) + (½ +M + ½ +Y) = -White
Rearrange: (½ +Y + ½ +Y) + (½+M + ½ +M) + (½+C + ½ +C) = -White
-Blue + -Green  + -Red = -White

Thus Also:

(+K) + (+K) =   -White
(+C+M + +Y) + (+C+M + +Y) = -White
+Magenta (x2)  + +Cyan (x2)  + +Yellow  (x2)  = -White
+Magenta (x2)  + +Cyan (x2)  + +Yellow  (x2)  = -White-Blue + -Green  + -Red =(+K) + (+K)

Example #19 ~  Polarity Reversal

-Green  Yellow + -Orange +Yellow
Components: (½+Yellow + ½ +Green) + ( ½+Yellow + ½+Red) = +Yellow
Rearrange:  (½+Yellow + ½+Yellow )+ (½ +Green + ½+Red) = +Yellow
Substitute:-Blue + -Yellow+Yellow
-Blue + -Blue +Yellow

 Equals & Opposites Reference Chart +White = +Black +White ≠ -Black +White ≠ -White +Black ≠ -Black -White ≠ +Black -White = -Black +Red = +Cyan +Red ≠ -Cyan +Red ≠ -Red +Cyan ≠  -Cyan -Red ≠ +Cyan -Red = -Cyan +Green = +Magenta +Green ≠  -Magenta +Green ≠  -Green +Magenta ≠ -Magenta -Green ≠ +Magenta -Green = -Magenta +Blue = +Yellow +Blue ≠ -Yellow +Blue ≠ -Blue +Yellow ≠ -Yellow -Blue ≠ +Yellow -Blue = -Yellow

On the chart, I use =, but that does not mean one can simply be substituted for the other.  The colors are paradigm specific (meaning it must adhere to the rules of the alignment it is within).  All the colors within the paradigm would have to be substituted.

+   +   +   =   -
+Red + +Cyan = -Gray
Flawed!  This Paradigm does not exist!

-   +   -   =   +
-Red + -Cyan = +Gray
Flawed!  This Paradigm does not exist!