Big Ban Theory: Elementary Essence Applied to Krypton, If Cher Horowitz Could Turn Back Time, Hope Diamond Curse, and Sunflower Diaries 33th, Volume 36 This was a really good volume considering it was named after the gas Krypton on the Periodic Table aligning with Superman's home of Krypton. It's unique because it does a mathematical decryption code of famous 1980s television sitcoms showing the computer code that is visible based off of what actors died while it was in syndication. When you unscramble the names of the actors and the characters they played, you find a unique pattern sewn into the shows. Volume 36 is a continuation of Volume 35. it does a Psychic examination of the Air Algerie that crashed on 7/24 of 2014. It shows the Psychic Prediction from Volume 35 regarding the Magical Land of Xanth with the character Dolph linked to actor Dolph Sweet in the 1981 TV Show "Gimme a Break!" It also extracts Psychic Prophecies from the 1980s TV Shows "Cheers" and "Night Court." Krypton 1 cites how militants are issuing a Fatwa where 4 million women must have their genitals mutilated. I claim that even if people find this content absurd or distasteful, the idea of a living Sun and a living Earth that can talk to people can intervene regarding these human atrocities. Krypton 2 is regarding "Shrek." Krypton 3 is regarding the Air Algerie flight that killed 110 passengers and 6 crewman. Krypton 4 is a Psychic Manifestation about the $36 million dollar cup that aligns with the song "Runaway" by Self. Krypton 5 is about NASA claiming the 2012 Solar Storm could have destroyed Earth. Krypton 6 is a Psychic Prediction using the previous volume regaring the cursed mansion cited in the news regarding Louis Duff and Duff from yesterday regarding the Southwest Airlines incident. Krypton 7 is about 2 dead in the Cherrystone Campground in Virginia. Krypton 8 is a Prophecy regarding the music video "If I Could Turn Back Time" by Cher linked to the character Cher Horowitz in "Clueless." Krypton 9 is regarding the prophecies sewn into the 1980s television shows "Cheers," "Night Court," and "Gimme a Break!" Chapter 1 is a personal story about straightjackets. Chapter 2 is about setting sail for the new world. Chapter 3 is about trying to do the volume on "Harry Potter" Series. Chapter 4 is about Pluto the Dog vs. Goofy. Chapter 5 is about North Korea. Chapter 6 is regarding the world before cell phones. Chapter 7 is about a mathematical lexicon. Chapter 8 is about Christopher Reeve as Dr. Virgil Swann in "Smallville." Chapter 9 is about Superman's powers that come from the Sun, which is fitting since this is a volume on Krypton on the Periodic Table. Chapter 10 is regarding "Bohemian Rhapsody." Chapter 11 is about "Diana" by Paul Anka. Chapter 12 is about the Angel Gabriel in "Constantine." Chapter 13 is about Venus with Sunlight in her Hare. Chapter 14 is about the Reign of Superman. Chapter 15 is about Krypton vs. Earth. Krypton 10 is regarding the shooting at Mercy Fitzgerald Hospital in Pennsylvania.