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-- SilverThunder 15:02, 3 January 2015 (UTC) [originally posted July 7]
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What timing for me needing to announce that we're in dire need of donations. But, since when has being humiliated stopped me before, right?
I can't tell you how deeply it cuts me to be involved in helping bring awareness and networking for the emergence of exotic free energy technologies that can save the planet from extinction and always be on the edge of insolvency personally, just barely able to pay the bills in time.
All those people around with significant spare cash, don't seem to want to send any my way. I would be glad to share in the wealth when it comes in, but they seem to not share the vision so I'm left on my own.
Meanwhile, our business and family accounts are zeroed out, we need to get some cereal, but can't. My ex-wife has a root canal appointment for Wednesday that's going to cost around $1k in all -- pain she's been living with for months, and finally couln't wait any longer (understandably) to get it taken care of. And my daughter has an orthodontist appointment Wednesday as well.
I have a few people I can turn to when things are really tight, but I prefer to not do that unless I have no other option.
Update: as of July 8, 2:00 pm MDT
July 7 Craig B USA: $20
July 7 Remi Y USA: $25
July 8 Steve J USA: $6
July 8 Gabriel B Australia: $15
July 8 Dustin S USA: $15
July 9 anon. USA: $20
July 9 Bob B Belgium: $25
July 10 Evgeny Russia: $1000
July 11 Eric B USA: $10
July 11 Skuli B Iceland: $100
July 12 James E Switzerland: $50
- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
Subtotal: . . . . . . . . . $1286
Thanks for chipping in.
-- SilverThunder 23:49, 7 July 2014 (UTC)
Clay Graner brought this to our attention.
The text begins:
: Transmutation is different than transformation.
: This chart is arranged in a seven-orbit spiral towards the center, atomic weight becomes heavier and heavier, and atomic number goes higher and higher. Furthermore, the elements in the lower half of each orbit have generally longer spectroscopic wavelengths (measured in Angstrom units-the elements in the upper half have shorter wavelengths.
: Yin: is governed by centrifugal force (from the center to the periphery)
: Yang: is governed by centripetal force (from the periphery towards the center)
: You can discover some very interesting things from this chart. For example: find oxygen (O) and carbon (C) oxygen is in a more Yin category, carbon is more yang. Yang carbon and yin oxygen are something like male and female they have nearly opposite tendencies, and can therefore combine very easily. Hydrogen (H) and oxygen (O) are very far from each other in this chart, they can also combine very easily, as in H2O (water). This is one reason water can naturally occur in abundance.
This spirallic arrangement of major elements is made according to the spectroscopic examination of color waves. Approximately 8,000 A to 5,000 A is the area of yang elements, and approximately, 5000 A to 3,500 A of yin elements. According to this chart, elements occupying the positions in opposite orbits-e.g,, hydrogen (H) and oxygen (O)- can combine easily due to the principle of attraction between yang and yin and elements occupying a similar position-e.g., hydrogen (H) and helium (He)- have difficulty combining with each other unless technical changes of temperature, pressure, or nature are applied.
Elements occupying peripheral areas are more yin and lighter-e.g., hydrogen (H) and helium (He) -while elements located at more central areas are more yang and heavier-e.g., zinc (Zn) and iron (Fe). Elements belonging in the most central orbits-e.g. uranium (U) - are radioactive, tending to return to the outer orbits in the same way the sun is radiating its energy outwards in the solar system. Most balanced elements are found in the fourth orbit, and some are magnetic, such as iron (Fe), cobalt (Co), and nickel (Ni)
The chart reveals that lighter elements are gradually transmuting toward heavier elements and heavier elements are in turn transmuting back into lighter elements, though it may take some thousands to millions of years to do so naturally. The transmuting speed of peripheral elements is much slower than that of central elements.
The precise chart of classification of the elements by yin and yang should be considered together with this spectroscopic examination, including other factors such as the nature of chemical reactions and freezing, melting, and boiling temperatures. Knowing the yin and yang nature of the elements, we are able to discover the laws and phenomena-chemical and biochemical, geological and biological-as well as the order of change.
: The same applies to the earth whereby relative heavier elements, molecules and compounds gradually gravitated towards the center, eventually forming the solid core of the earth, while others of lighter weight gradually formed the periphery of the Earth, eventually becoming the atmosphere, water (as compound of more yin oxygen and more yang hydrogen) started to combine easily, and covering the surface of the solid Earth.
On July 12, 2014 4:01 AM [MDT], Robert Benson wrote:
: Subject: Transmutation chart
: Interesting idea, but since it only shows maybe only about one quarter of all the elements you can’t really say how good the model is. Thus, at this point, I’d have to say the model is only highly speculative, and of little relevance.
: I also wonder about the different isotopes of the elements. How do they fit into the model as well?
: Clearly, someone should fill in the rest of the elements (and isotopes) and see how well the model holds up!
-- SilverThunder 17:00, 7 July 2014 (UTC)
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