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Earth's Magnetic Field Is Fading

Discussion in 'The EMF Rx' started by digital, Jul 27, 2013.

  1. digital

    digital Gold

    http://news.nationalgeographic.com/news/2004/09/0909_040909_earthmagfield.html
    http://www.reuters.com/article/2012/10/03/us-science-earth-magneticfield-idUSBRE8920X620121003
    http://www.treeoflife.nu/DRCOUSENS/...ault.aspx?tabid=364&PostID=152&language=en-US

    That requires quite a bit of Magnetico pads's to make up the difference!
     
  2. Jack Kruse

    Jack Kruse Administrator

    Just wait til the July webinar.........
     
  3. digital

    digital Gold

    While on this subject:

    Magnetic effects on water
    http://www.lsbu.ac.uk/water/magnetic.html#r1522

    [Note: a small field of even 2000 Gauss can help structure water]

    Liquid water is affected by magnetic fields [1522, 1597] and such fields can assist its purification [1651]. Water is diamagnetic and may be levitated in very high magnetic fields (10 T, compare Earth's magnetic field 50 μT) [170]. Lower, but still powerful, magnetic fields (0.2 T) have been shown, in simulations, to increase the number of monomer water molecules [192] but, rather surprisingly, they increase the tetrahedrality at the same time. Other studies show an increase in cluster size in liquid water is caused by a magnetic field [1597]. Salt mobility is enhanced in strong magnetic fields (1-10 T) causing some disruption to the hydrogen bonding [1431]. However this only causes a net reduction in hydrogen bonding at high salt concentrations (for example 5 M NaCl), whereas at lower concentrations (1 M NaCl) the increase in water hydrogen bonding in the presence of such high magnetic fields more than compensates for this effect [1431]. They may also assist clathrate formation [485]. The increase in refractive index with magnetic field has been attributed to increased hydrogen bond strength [647]. Weak magnetic fields (15 mT) have also been shown to increase the evaporation rate [1278]. These effects are consistent with the magnetic fields weakening the van der Waals bonding between the water moleculesa and the water molecules being more tightly bound, due to the magnetic field reducing the thermal motion of the inherent charges by generating dampening forces [703].
    ...
    The magnetic susceptibility of water increases from negative towards positive with magnetic frequency and is reported to be positive (i.e. it is slightly paramagnetic) in the range of 0.4-1 MHz [1761] for ambient water.
    ...
    Static magnetic effects have been shown to cause strengthened hydrogen bonding [1693] and an increase in the ordered structure of water formed around hydrophobic molecules and colloids [106], as shown by the increase in fluorescence of dissolved probes [108]. Also, magnetic fields affect the infrared spectrum of water (showing its effect on water clustering) and these effects remain for considerable time after the magnetic field is removed [1697]. Surprisingly, even very small magnetic fields may affect the solubility of gasses in seawater (solubility increasing with magnetic field (20-50 µT) [1492], probably by their effect on the clathrate stability. This reinforces the view that it is the movement through a magnetic field, and it associated electromagnetic effect, that is important for disrupting the hydrogen bonding. Such fields can also increase the evaporation rate of water and the dissolution rate of oxygen (due to its paramagnetic nature) but cannot, despite claims by certain expensive water preparations, increase the equilibrium amount of oxygen dissolved in water above its established, and rather low, equilibrium concentration [176]. Magnetic fields can also increase proton spin relaxation [623], which may speed up some reactions dependent on proton transfer. Treatment of water with magnetic fields of about one Tesla increases the strength of mortar due to its greater hydration [426].
     
  4. Jack Kruse

    Jack Kruse Administrator

    This is how low level ELF's affect the dipoles of hydrogen bonding........the more the bonds are affected by the magnetic field the more energy can be carried on water's chemistry as it binds to the semiconductor proteins like collagen, actin, myosin. It is all about energy transfers.......water is the perfect chemical to do it......but it requires the perfect field to work optimally..........when it does you do not need a ton of ATP......because you approach the zero entropy system I mentioned in QB 1. It also means your disease free and you live a long life because you do not have to replace your mitochondria often.
     
  5. nonchalant

    nonchalant Silver

    Very interesting article, Digital. Thanks.
    I was surprised by this coment:
    My experience is that the effect lasts a short time, like 30 minutes.

    They later clarify this, saying
    Perhaps in a lab they get better results than I have, with different magnets and such. And their mineral water isn't the same as my spring water. But if it can last up to a day, that would be fabulous.
     
  6. MeghanK

    MeghanK New Member

    When is it?
     
  7. Jack Kruse

    Jack Kruse Administrator

    not sure.....they have it. But it has to be soon
     

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