Round off to nearest whole number:  331

331 is progressively ONE MORE than 330 and for 330 come and have a look at:

John Howard condemns Coalition 'madness'
Created 2-12-2017

Decoding the date set-up(s) 29-7-1981
Created 3-12-2017
Prince Charles born 1948:  1981-1948=33

Calculated Control Factor 133

Round off to nearest whole number:  335

Round off to nearest whole number:  669
Round off to nearest whole number: 112

Decoding the date set-up(s) 29-7-1981
Created 3-12-2017
Prince Charles born 1948:  1981-1948=33

Round off to nearest whole number:  1687
Round off to nearest whole number:  281

Here are the Gregorian Calendar Codes:

See Redemption 911 where you will also find 18-5-2005 which would have been the 85th birthday of Pope John Paul II had not died on 2-4-2005.

1687 is the challenge of 300:

Deciphering The Evolution Challenge of 300
Created 13-4-2017

Here are the Roman Numerals of 300:

The calculated outcome of the "0" power challenge is 279:

There are multiple levels connecting a circle and I will do another document today and link it here.

CCC=333 in the English Alphabet and Pythagoren System
333 and 333 and what is established is the triple challenge of 33 33 33=99

which is the outcome of The Balance of 63:

Round off to nearest whole number:  339

1954: foundations for European science

At the end of the Second World War, European science was no longer the crème de la crème. Following the example of the now mushrooming international organizations, a handful of visionary scientists imagined creating a European atomic physics laboratory. Raoul Dautry, Pierre Auger and Lew Kowarski in France, Edoardo Amaldi in Italy and Niels Bohr in Denmark were among these pioneers. Such a laboratory would not only unite European scientists but also allow them to share the increasing costs of nuclear physics facilities.

French physicist Louis de Broglie put the first official proposal for the creation of a European laboratory forward at the European Cultural Conference in Lausanne in December 1949. A further push came at the fifth UNESCO General Conference, held in Florence in June 1950, where the American Nobel laureate physicist, Isidor Rabi tabled a resolution authorizing UNESCO to "assist and encourage the formation of regional research laboratories in order to increase international scientific collaboration…" At an intergovernmental meeting of UNESCO in Paris in December 1951, the first resolution concerning the establishment of a European Council for Nuclear Research was adopted. Two months later, 11 countries signed an agreement establishing the provisional Council – the acronym CERN was born. At the provisional Council's third session in October 1952, Geneva was chosen as the site of the future Laboratory. This choice was finally ratified in a referendum organized by the Canton of Geneva in June 1953.

The CERN Convention, established in July 1953, was gradually ratified by the 12 founding Member States: Belgium, Denmark, France, the Federal Republic of Germany, Greece, Italy, the Netherlands, Norway, Sweden, Switzerland, the United Kingdom, and Yugoslavia. On 29 September 1954, following ratification by France and Germany, the European Organization for Nuclear Research officially came into being. The provisional CERN was dissolved but the acronym remained.

http://public.web.cern.ch/public/en/About/History54-en.html and here is the updated link https://home.cern/about

Decoding the date set-up(s) 26-7-1939
Created 3-12-2017
John Howard born 1939:  1939+33=1972 which is the date outcome