© 2018 THE BLANK CULTURE THEORY
Last Edit: 11/11/2017
The Periodic Table of Culture is a graphical representation of all 120 known Principal Elements. In the table, elements are grouped in separate columns by their elemental type. Elements are displayed in their corresponding characteristic color listed from top to bottom in the order in which they were discovered, labeled with their name and element key. The top and left numbered margins of the chart are known as the x-axis and y-axis, they are used to locate an element on the chart by using point notation. Below the x-axis is the elemental type header that contains the name of the elemental type and the junction bond eligibility type (JBE) list. The junction bond eligibility type list is an 8 digit number sequence that represents what elemental types can form bonds with that elemental type. A single digit represents the number of the elemental type along the x-axis. A red digit represents a primary connection, a black digit represents a secondary connection and a “0” represents a placeholder for the elemental types not eligible for bonding.
Click the buttons below to highlight that part of the Periodic Table of Culture in figure 2.1