The Uncertainty Principle

If you discover the computer-generating’s Personalized Behavior Model is not best described you then you should follow the steps as below:

Birth Hour Range 1:00-2:59, 3:00-4:59, 5:00-6:59, 7:00-8:59, 9:00-10:59, 11:00-12:59, 13:00-14:59, 15:00-16:59, 17:00-18-59, 19:00-20:59, 21:00-22:59, 23:00-00:59:
You may use the previous birth hour range or the following birth hour range. For example, your actual birth time is 1:15. You find that the model doesn’t describe you. Then you can use the previous birth hour range, i.e. 23:00-00:59 (key in 00:59 for birth time) for a better answer. If you are born at 2:55, you can use the following birth hour range 3:00-4:59 (key in 3:00 for birth time) for a better answer.

Birth Hour Range between 23:00-00:59:
Before a new day, say at 23:30: You can use the previous birth hour range 21:00-22:59. You can key in 22:59 as your birth time then click “Submit”. Straightly apply “Shift Frame” after a new day, e.g. Birth time is 0:20, you use “Shift Frame” click “Yes” then click “Submit”. After a new day, say 0:45. You can use the following birth hour range, i.e. 1:00-2:59. You can key in 1:00 as your birth time then “Submit”.

Born between 21 January to 21 February (two weeks before/after the Chinese New Year):
The traditional East Asian calendars divide a year into 24 solar terms (Jie Qi). Lì Chūn literally means “Start of Spring” is the first solar term. It begins when the Sun reaches the celestial longitude of 315° on 3 to 5 of February and ends when it reaches the longitude of 330°. But the day of Li Chūn is not always fall on the 1st day and 1st month of Chinese calendar. Hence, uncertainty principle applies to those who born between 21 January and 21February. Straightly apply “Shift Frame”, e.g. Birth time is 8:30, you use “Shift Frame” click “Yes” then “Submit”.

Births by Caesarean Section (C-Section):
Births by C-Section will somehow render the birth time’s uncertainty. You can use the C-Section time as your birth time then apply the abovementioned principles if the Personalized Behavior Model based on the C-Section time is not best describing you.

Births during countries or territories observing Daylight Saving Time (DST) or Summer Time:
Birth during Summer Time will also render the birth time’s uncertainty. Summer Time is the practice of advancing clocks during summer months by one hour so that light extends into the evening hours — sacrificing normal sunrise times. Typically, users of Summer Time adjust clocks forward one hour near the start of spring and adjust them backward in the autumn to "normal" or regular time. Hence, Births during Summer Time’s practice will need to deduct one hour to get the exact birth time.

Time Zone Adjustment:
Peninsular Malaysia and Singapore adjusted their clocks ahead by 30 minutes to match the time in East Malaysia at 2330 hours local time of 31 December 1981. Therefore, births after 1 January 1982 in Peninsular Malaysia (excluding Sabah and Sarawak) or Singapore will need to deduct half an hour to get the exact birth time.

Based on the location of subconscious mind, we can deduce the actual birth time:
Birth Hour Range: 23:00 – 0:59 or 11:00 – 12:59 (Subconscious Mind | Conscious Mind)
You focus on one goal in your lifetime. Hardly anyone can change your decisions.

Birth Hour Range: 1:00 – 2:59 or 13:00 – 14:59 (Subconscious Mind | Bliss)
You focus on something that might interest you. The benefits you will reap regardless of any circumstances.

Birth Hour Range: 3:00 – 4:59 or 15:00 – 16:59 (Subconscious Mind | Action)
You focus on your career achievement. You keep a compassionate missionary mindset.

Birth Hour Range: 5:00 – 6:59 or 17:00 – 18:59 (Subconscious Mind | Body Motion)
You like travel, you may select jobs related to travelling. Environmental influences on your personality development.

Birth Hour Range: 7:00 – 8:59 or 19:00 – 20:59 (Subconscious Mind | Cash Flow)
You focus on money-making. You might involve in financial issues.

Birth Hour Range: 9:00 – 10:59 or 21:00 – 22:59 (Subconscious Mind | Couple)
You focus on your career achievement but a successful or troubled marriage will directly affecting your career goals or professional reputation.