The cluster of wires can be articulated by color or, alternately, by thickness, as warmer colors such as red or orange correspond to a thicker cable, while, conversely, cooler colors, such as blues and grays, correlate to the thinner wires that, largely, serve as a provisional conversion array that draws off potential overload levels that may result in a flux event. The wires that do not correspond so readily with an imagined temperature, such as the black or white wires, are auxiliary in their purpose, supplying a parallel, baseline level of power that can be accessed in cases of system need or trauma on a smaller, localized, human scale.

Carl Hansen Manks
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