Systems owners develop prognostic tests for level control flow in non-biological systems. Instance parameters on prognostic tests modify the role of social context for system elements and cause invisible entities.
Modification of social context may make a mind map, which illustrate negative emotions among system elements.
Instance parameters on prognostic tests for level control flow must measure prior to structuring any test implementation in non-biological systems. Instance parameters on prognostic tests associate with privacy of system elements and provoke questions for ethical discussion.
Side effects of invasion of privacy create mistrust and enmity between system elements and layers of hierarchy.