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What would it be like to live in a biologic capacitor?

Discussion in 'The Cave' started by mobeus, May 17, 2016.

  1. mobeus

    mobeus New Member

    What might it be like to live inside a bioceramic dome or pyramid?

    Here's the concept:

    Bioceramics undergo a rapid exothermic reaction, where the PH goes way up, then way down, and settles right in the middle. Typically the Dielectric constant is about 50 (very high). It can be further 'doped' in various ways to create a super high dielectric.

    We know that Earth’s surface is negatively charged. With each meter in altitude we gain about 100 volts of positive charge differential delivered by cosmic rays. Maxing out with the ionosphere at about 50,000 feet. Earth and sky are like the positive and negative plates of a capacitor.

    The floor of a typical building is built on a grid of steel rebar with diamagnetic Portland concrete. Diamagnetic concrete repels charge. Stopping the natural and free flow of electrons between your body and the earth. Metal buildings conduct charge directly to ground, while wood and plastic buildings insulate the charge. They achieve one common result: a barrier between your body’s bioelectric field and Earth’s unified field. Almost like a wet blanket for your “aura”.

    Bioceramic composites are different. Like some stones, bioceramic is a high dielectric: capable of storing/compressing charge and generating an internal electric field. It is also paramagnetic: capable of attracting both positive and negative charge. The result is a building which resonates a bioactive electric field. Your home becomes a biological capacitor.

    Now the material is being used by the nuclear industry to shield high level radioactive waste. Just two inches of bioceramic composites are as effective in shielding radiation as 4-5 feet of very dense Portland concrete. What happens when radiation hits a “shield”? We know it is not being reflected or absorbed by the shield. Is the decaying nuclear energy actually being neutralized or re-patterned by the bioceramic? A bioactive field is implosive, fractal, and centripetal. Folding into itself. This constructive compression climaxes in phase conjugation. Transverse waves become longitudinal waves. Phase conjugation has been well proven to create bizarre effects of time reversal and negentropy in optics. It's the opposite of radioactive decay which is entropic and destructive.

    The subtle energetic effects of living in a bioceramic home have yet to be tested. The idea is to mimic the pure earth field that humans have always evolved with. As Bio-hackers you know that Rubber soles, concrete, wood floors, blue light, and EM pollution represent dramatic changes to our electromagnetic environment. Life in a bioceramic home will be like living in a stone circle or a basalt cave. Pure earth field.

    Should the true goal of architecture should be to enhance your bioactive field? Like a cathedral built by a master; the hair on your neck stands up when you enter. Seed germination is enhanced. Bliss experience accelerates. Biological radio is strengthened. And your immune system is triggered, neutralizing parasites and re-patterning waves that cannot embed.

    Perhaps building our bioactive field is the ultimate form of being “political”. Actually forming a body polis. A shareable wave. Hearts in coherence radiating compassion...

    Any thoughts on what the effects may be of living inside a biologic capacitor?
     
    Last edited: May 20, 2016
  2. Jack Kruse

    Jack Kruse Administrator

    I like this idea for a change in building parameters for a blue lit world that is microwaved. Key issue is how will you electrify it and how will you shield it. I am assuming you won't run the ground wire with the hot to lower the magnetic fields..........

    I hope civil engineers start to think like you are now..........you've got me thinking about a lot of things now.
     
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  3. mobeus

    mobeus New Member

    We think it will electrify itself naturally. The material is a high dielectric AND paramagnetic. So it can attract charge. According to these feynman lectures on atmospheric electricity, there is a 200 volt difference between your nose and your toes.

    http://www.feynmanlectures.caltech.edu/II_09.html

    The problem is that the equipotential becomes distorted over the building. But if the building is paramagnetic, is should attract that positive charge, and naturally create an internal bioactive electric field.

    Some hypothesize that this is what the pyramids were really built for. A biologic capacitor to reverse the catastrophic aging that was experienced. They used alternating layers of paramagnetic geopolymers and diamagnetic geopolymers. Very similar actually to the "orgone accumultors" that Wilhelm Reich was building. He used alternating layers of material as well, but he did not understand the impact of different geometries, he was building boxes. We can be much more advanced with bioceramics and create SUPER high dielectric buildings with the correct geometry.

    Steve Sedlmayr invented a phase conjugate microwave device for structuring water. It was tested by the late Dr. Rustum Roy at UPenn material science lab with Raman spectroscopy. They verified that vessels of different shapes have different affects on the structure of the water.

    The ancient stone towers in Ireland also used this principle. The basalt in Ireland is very paramagetic, and they were filled with 10-15 feet of dirt at the bottom. Tuned like the pipes of an organ. Everything grows better around the towers and animals are attracted to them. This was all well tested and studied by Dr. Phil Callahan. He wrote about it in his book called "Paramagnetism: the secret to plant growth".

    Chemically Bonded Phosphate Ceramic (aka Bioceramic) is a natural radiation shield. It shields X-rays, gamma rays, and neutron, as well as low level cell/wifi radiation. The fact that it shields radiation (well tested at health labs, and starting to replace lead in hospitals) is explained by the high dielectric/paramagnetic bioactive qualities. Although that is a little heretical to standard model......which is why the nuclear physicists at Idaho National Labs who have been testing the radiation shielding formulas for certification in the nuclear industry were surprised...
     
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  4. mobeus

    mobeus New Member

    Then of course, the buildings would have earthen floors and the correct lighting. So occupants would be in a pure field, grounded to earth, surrounded by paramagnetic rock. Just like living in a basalt cave 1,000 years ago, but full of sunlight.

    The efficiency of charge distribution in a room can be measured with a Gas Discharge Variability camera. The next generation of Kirlian Photography. The Russian inventor Dr. Korotkov spent the last 20 years going around to various "sacred" spaces and photographing the air with his GDV camera. Sacred space is space that has an efficient charge distribution - basically the air is fractal and allows constructive compression of charge.

    A bit more information on our website:

    http://geoship.is/
     
    Last edited: May 18, 2016
  5. Jack Kruse

    Jack Kruse Administrator

    Ruben is with Korotkov today . I like the ideas a lot.......and I think the nuclear testing should not baffle them because NASA know about this technology and used it on the heat shield and to protect the electric wiring in the shuttle from EMF fields in space.
     
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  6. mobeus

    mobeus New Member

    They know it works, but understanding the principle of how/why the technology is working is another story. Baffled may not be the right word. Let's say they were very surprised that 2 inches of bioceramics can shield neutron and gamma rays as well as 4.5 feet of very dense portland concrete.

    Whole careers (carbon dating) are built around the assumption that the rate of radioactive decay never changes. "shielding" is more like "re-patterning".
     
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  7. nonchalant

    nonchalant Silver

    Which frequencies of light penetrate the bioceramic material?
     
  8. mobeus

    mobeus New Member

    I think that would depend on the density and the aggregate. The bioceramic itself is the 'glue'. Air and aggregates are added to create desired material. Bioceramics can be made stronger than steel, malleable like wood, or insulate like wool. The panels we make for home building are like 5-6 inches of cellular ceramic, several layers. No light would penetrate. There are skylight panels.
     
    Last edited: May 19, 2016
  9. Josh Rosenthal

    Josh Rosenthal Charter member of Purple Angels Club

    This is a worthwhile biohack... would love to know the results! Put this in an EMF hellhole and see what it does...

    I would be willing to receive a "loaner" and live in it to test! =]
     
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  10. James Gerard

    James Gerard New Member

  11. Apteryx

    Apteryx New Member

    From Philip Callahan:

    "Physics is the science that connects chemistry to biology. That being so, a scientist that does not have a basic understanding of physics is more ignorant of life than a leaping flea hopper that at least knows it must jump (physics) to feed (chemistry) on a plant (biology)."

    https://www.earthtalk.org.nz/upload...ramagnetic_Agriculture_by_Philip_Callahan.pdf
     
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