Saturday, March 15, 2008

LiFe (continued)

As the Earth cooled and began to crust over, the level of gravity, a product of the heat of the planet, gradually began to diminish with the cooling process. As the intense, star-like heat of the early Earth broke down the elements, many of those elements were gaseous and hovered on top of the forming crust by the intense gravity. As the gravity lessened, the gaseous elements began to expand to form the Earth’s atmosphere. As combinations of different gaseous elements depend on temperature for their existence, oxygen and hydrogen did not combine until a certain temperature occurred (we will see that this fact also applies to different types of life). When that temperature, as the Earth cooled and crusted over more, was reached, the oxygen and hydrogen began to precipitate out, and filled openings in the crust caused by different elements cooling at different rates, with water (the oceans, needing deep depressions in the crust, had yet to be formed).
While the Earth was cooling sufficiently to allow water to form, the telluric currents had been doing their work. As they moved back and forth within the earth, they had been reducing the elements around them into dust. While today, telluric currents are considered a surface phenomenon; they are really a crustal phenomenon, producing in the crust a rhythm that is derived from the regular rotation of the Earth in front of the sun. This produces a number of interesting results. For instance, in caverns made by bubbles in the cooling surface, and other crevices, telluric currents dead-end because the rock surface stops. This produces a continuous formation of crystal at the end of the current as the available elemental atoms attempt to extend the area over which the currents are moving.
An even more controversial scenario, one that also eludes any explanation by science, but one that is being proven as we sit, is oil. Oil is formed beneath the surface in domes bubbled out of the cooing mantle. Telluric currents and the planetary rhythm they represent, assaulted the sides of the dome. However, these caverns, filled with carbon atoms, instead of forming crystals, formed a life of sorts, oil. The oil provided a conductor for the telluric currents, and the currents provided a path around which the carbon and hydrogen atoms could organize themselves. The proof for oil as the result of atoms organizing around electric flows to produce life is the vast domes that have been emptied of their oil. Revisited after decades, they are starting to show traces of new oil production. We’ll be talking about the extinction of the dinosaurs, but as far as I can tell, no one is pushing that as the source of oil anymore. Other than the slow accretion of fish in the shallow sea (a made-up item) that were then folded under by plate tectonics (another made-up item), where oil came from is pretty much a mystery to science. It’s merely the energy of the cooling Earth being converted into energy we can use by organizing atoms around the telluric flows that are produced by the rotating Earth.
(To be continued)


I Use My Own Name said...

In the early 20th century an electrical experimenter called George Piggot claimed to have overcome gravity (

Here's a quote from the above URL:-

"Heated materials exhibited equally peculiar characteristics: A silver ball 11 mm in diameter when heated, remained farther away from the field’s center than when at normal temperature; upon cooling it gradually drew up to the position it would occupy if unheated."

Does this tie-in with your ideas?

Peter Bros said...

Indeed it does. Very interesting. Looks like Piggott became another statistic in the vast field of scientific knowledge suppression.

I Use My Own Name said...

I agree. I wish there were more info on his apparatus (why have condensers in a pressurised box e.g.?)

And yet technology marches on anyway - well sometimes it does:-

There is a piece of software used in music production called "Melodyne", made by a German software company "Celemony".

What it does, is take a monophonic mp3 or WAV file, analyses it, them allows the waveforms to be manipulated like MIDI signals.

However, due to "theoretical limitations" it cannot parse polyphonic chords (e.g., guitar, piano etc) and seperate out the individual notes.

Only it's just been announced that it can.

The guy behind it, Peter Neubacker, has created something he calls Direct Note Access, but he had to go against theory to do it. He explains in a video here:-

I Use My Own Name said...

I can't resist correcting myself: George Piggot put his electrostatic machine in a pressurised container, not the condensers as I incorrectly stated.

I Use My Own Name said...

Peter, I'm not a groupie, honest!...BUT I have a question about gravity:-

Could certain 3 dimensional structures keep the expanding electromagnetic flows from recombining - i.e., let the field overexpand?

What I'm getting at is this, there is this strange case of alleged "anti-gravity" from Russia:-

At first flush it SEEMED like a hoax, (kinda based on a 19th century view of intrepid Victorian science enthusiasts), and no-one likes to be taken for a ride, but it's so strange, I think it could just be real.

Perhaps your dynamic theory of gravity could throw light on it?