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Discussion in 'Mitochondrial Rx' started by Jack Kruse, Nov 28, 2014.

  1. Jack Kruse

    Jack Kruse Administrator

    The basic fabric of research should consist of imagination with threads of reason, measurement, and calculation woven together to gain a full understanding of the recipe.
     
  2. Jack Kruse

    Jack Kruse Administrator

    Da Mo you are hitting on things that Faraday was perplexed about........because he did not yet know there was QED.......he firmly believed tha all force were unified but he also was the first person to every think that gravity fields were non Newtonian. Him being British........he kept this to himself his entire life Until he gave a talk in April or 1846........on "Ray vibrations"...........and then the cat was out of the bag and he was ridiculed.....Here he coined the term magnetic field too.............until Maxwell soon proved him correct with math............Faraday was the king of observation and experiment........without math. Ampere was the reason physics was pushed to math..........Maxwell pushed it to math further and away from observation and experiment.............and we still are paying the price. You would do well reading Nacy Forbes and Basil Mahon's biography on Faraday and Maxwell. It is eye opening why we are where we are today.......
     
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  3. Jack Kruse

    Jack Kruse Administrator

    Lord Kelvin = physicist William Thompson greatest achievement? When Maxwell asked him how to study electricity........Kelvin told him to read Faraday's work.............the rest is history.
     
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  4. Jack Kruse

    Jack Kruse Administrator

    And Da Mo now you know why all governments are trying to hoard Helium.............You can make monopoles


    I'd love to to speak to this Mr Teslonian guy............anyone know how to contact him?
     
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  5. Jack Kruse

    Jack Kruse Administrator

    "As far as the laws of mathematics refer to reality, they are not certain; as far as they are certain, they do not refer to reality." - Einstein

    Faraday and Maxwell's story is right there in this quote..........

    Bad things can happen when we rely on one without the other.............

    The flip side of this idea is found in this quote:
    "What we observe is not nature itself, but nature exposed to our method of questioning." - Werner Heisenberg

    Current physics does not believe monopoles can occur naturally..............they need to look at a cytochrome closer.
     
  6. Jack Kruse

    Jack Kruse Administrator

    How could one create gravity? How might it emerge?
    Consider this thought experiment:

    Imagine if you had two magnetic monopoles in the core of your planet. They would try to join one another while having equal velocity and direction wouldn't they? This is a bit like gravitational effects isn't it. Then consider Venus and Mars have no magnetic fields.........yet have gravity. See what you are made of matters..........and there is this old Faraday idea he stole from electrolysis........electric currents are proportional to mass..........so what happens if your source of currents is from a monopole and not a dipole magnet?
     
  7. Jack Kruse

    Jack Kruse Administrator

    if we had monopole magnets, might we make an all magnet motor run forever? Zero entropy style?
    So how would your setup work? What would it look like? Bipolar magnets can be arranged so as they repel only, so how would a monopole be any different? How can you get rotation out of two repelling magnets when the repulsion is just as strong in both directions?
     
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  8. CTforlife

    CTforlife New Member

    By monopole fields are you hinting at direction of time from the emf series. Is this the cytochromes reverse or normal flow you were talking about. Is monopole field what sets gaining telomeres or not? Is monopole field what allows quantum tunneling both ways(ok that's what I meant to say, both life and death. Condense / uncondense )?
     
  9. Jack Kruse

    Jack Kruse Administrator

    Current physics dogma-Magnetic monopoles would not attract or repulse even ferrous materials because attraction/repulsion is due to the fact that magnetic lines of force always seek the shortest path and completion of the loop.

    Current physics dogma-If you really wish to see the only example of a true magnetic monopole consider the magnetic field around a straight piece of wire carrying DC. There are no poles, only direction and spin that doesn't change unless the electric current changes direction.

    The wild imagination thought idea: Why might there be something else behind this? If we run a straight wire between two steel plates (white matter) and apply a DC current through the wire (Becker alert), the two steel plates will become magnetically joined (White matter is bound together tightly says this brain surgeon and tumors follow its path when they are unbound funny huh?) So if monopoles do not attract or repulse magnetic field lines, and a straight wire carring DC current is a true magnetic monopole-then how do the steel plates become magnetic? They actually do become magnetic. That is the observation. How do we resolve this? Do the two plates now have a single rotating magnetic pole that allows them to be attracted together that cannot be detected from the outer edges of the two plate's?
    You might also notice/guess that a straight piece of wire with a DC current (Becker found the DC current run underneath myelin in CNS how convenient huh?) passing through it will be attracted to ferrous material's. So either a straight piece of wire with a DC current passing through it is not a true monopole or monopole's are attracted to ferrous material's. Have I told you that each cytochrome has a Iron sulfur complex yet...........? Yep. Iron is ferromagnetic and sulfur is dimagnetic. One is drawn to a magnetic field while the other repels it...........why would nature do that?
     
  10. Jack Kruse

    Jack Kruse Administrator

    It would seem to me, if they were the same monopole and a true monopole they could be arranged in a repulsion mode so their would be no 'sticky point' and thus a circular arrangement that could rotate and spin. All planets have this spin motion don't they? What sets their tilts? The star in their solar system that acts as the cathode. The planet is the anode. The tilt sets the seasons on the planet.............why would biology pay attention to this relationship? Moreover........if two monopoles did all this...............would we expect to see field lines? Nope..............Every wonder why we have never found gravitational waves but we have found waves in just about every other kind of matter? Makes the curious mind wonder don't it?

    How would all this quantum magic work? Could life's source be a magnetic diode? A Mu-metal box? A Halbach array?

    I am curious.........are you?
     
  11. Jack Kruse

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    Let's imagine we have a cube magnet 10x10x10mm square, (or say an elliptical one that looks like a mitochondria) and it had only north or south fields on all faces- could this help in making an all magnet motor? What would be the effect of such a magnet on iron? Do we believe this magnet with only one exposed field would be attracted to ferrous materials?
     
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  12. av8r

    av8r New Member

    “Below the Curie point—for example, 770° C (1,418° F) for iron—atoms that behave as tiny magnets spontaneously align themselves in certain magnetic materials.”

    http://www.britannica.com/EBchecked/topic/146902/Curie-point

    The earth’s core is iron and a lot hotter than 770C… wouldn’t that mean the earths iron core is paramagnetic not ferromagnetic?
     
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  13. Jack Kruse

    Jack Kruse Administrator

    Who assumed they knew what the Earth core was.........them, you, or me? .............dont answer for me..............
     
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  14. Da-mo

    Da-mo Gold

    Chuck Missler talks about Faraday, Maxwell and then the negative influence of Lord Kelvin - meanwhile more Northern scientists, faced with seeing the Northern lights went down a different track. 36:18 to 39:17 in the video below
     
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  16. Da-mo

    Da-mo Gold

    CW seems to be that there is sulphur as well as iron down there as well . . . curiouser and curiouser . . .
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  17. Jack Kruse

    Jack Kruse Administrator

    very interesting guy....................Mr Missler is
     
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  19. nonchalant

    nonchalant Silver

    Paleodocteur, how did you do this?
     

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