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Offline Prophmaji

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Re: White powder Gold
« Reply #45 on: September 22, 2007, 06:23:58 PM »
All of this also supports the 'expanding earth theory'.** Yes. What does a person expect, but "from one ludicrious theory to another"? :P

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« Reply #46 on: September 23, 2007, 04:59:28 AM »
Some guy was watering his walnut trees with this "Ormus" and another guy was feeding it to his chicken... check it out.

http://www.subtleenergies.com/ormus/tw/giantnuts.htm

Gold in it's metallic form requires 2 or more gold atoms bound together sharing a covalent bond between the atoms.

White gold... Orbitally Rearranged Mono-atomic Elements ORME (Ormus) is a single gold atom that is not bound to another atom and does not share a covalent bond with another. Thus Mono-atomic. Does not exhibit metallic properties with standard metal detecting instruments.

Don't eat it. It don't do shit for you... if you think it does its all in your head... Ears ringing?... thats the body trying to get the shit out of your body before it does any real harm.
:)

Wanna make some?.. heh.. Before you try it better study up... I recommend not trying. Fusion in a boat. hehehe. Try extracting minerals out of Morton Salt... that comes right out of The Great Salt Lake in Utah. If you don't mind the mercury scare you might enjoy the magnesium rush off it.

Have fun.

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« Reply #47 on: September 23, 2007, 04:42:25 PM »
Nice pile of convincing evidence and science you've brought to the table, here.

I say there's FAR too much evidence FOR it to dismiss it and walk away.

I also say that these things should be well studied before dropping them as 'shit'....because they skip beyond one's personal level of emotionally based comfort.

So I..like a sensible researcher..will continue researching.

And people like you..will continue to detract and call it 'bull'. Based on WHAT evidence do you call it bull?

When following all known methods and possibilities within the idea of scientific method and available data, even data collected and created by others-instead of personal developments..the numbers and stories are too good.

I mean, hell.. people with access to every kind of story, fact generation system and lie known to man, who have attempted to 'pull the wool over our eyes'  in every theater available, be it science, politics, religion, etc...even they cannot create a story this solid, that is this 'leading edge', and also goes deeply into areas of science that are NOT YET UNDERSTOOD, but STILL meet the criteria for solid evidence. And, most specifically, I'm speaking about one generating their own research and their own logical considerations..under that method of research, heck, the story HAS to fall apart somewhere..there HAS to be SOME, even ONE single point where this story falls apart..SOMEWHERE, one single point, please!!!

But..it does not.

If you are frightened of where this may lead, please go hide form the bogeyman. I see none here. :)

I am advising EXTREME caution but I have yet to see a single point showing that this is 'crap' of any kind.

I've yet to see even one single point that does not fit, out of many logical conclusions and facts I have pulled out of many other sciences..MYSELF. Not stuff someone has fed me, not junk science and research that someone else has fed me, but ... long, complex fact searching and logical deduction.

If I can wander down 3-4 other paths in science -and I DO mean leading edge science, where the work is barely emerging...and this stuff fits it to perfection, in terms of the science behind it, and allows one to come to working, factual conclusions in other cutting edge new sciences..and come to NEW understandings that FIT PERFECTLY...well..then it doesn't seem like too much of a bullshit story now, does it??

Everything agrees. No cracks in the scientific armour yet. In over two years of HEAVY research. Not one single misstep yet, of ANY kind.   And that's the most impressive point of all.

So the Great salty lake has MERCURY in it, now..does it?

THANKS. I never knew that. One more FACT that fits.

You see... the story goes...to make the 'philosopher's stone', you need a electrolytic-like slurry that contains the gold, ie, some "Mercuric Sulfate (II), clean distilled water and highly dissolved levels of gold..and then..let this stew for about 30-40 days at about 120-90 degrees F..and then the conversion takes place. As I stated earlier in the thread. Mercuric Sulfate (II) provides the energetic reaction (a catalytic pressured state) to strip the gold structure down to it's individual atoms. http://www.bibliotecapleyades.net/esp_ciencia_lapidus1.htm

So..the Great Salt Lake and the Dead Sea are the PERFECT conditions to create the monatomic 'salt of gold', so to speak.What the White gold is supposed to be..is..oxidized platinum metals groups (specifically gold, in this case).... that have been torn down by a catalytic reaction, over time, JUST LIKE Rhodium does..if left to it's own devices..if plated on something....too thin.*** Rhodium does this on it's own, which is why Hudson says it is the least common of the platinum metals group....and is the MOST common as a 'oxide', or ceramic montaomic element version of Rhodium. He says gold is the most difficult to convert, due to there being only one stable isotope of gold. The bonds are very strong. Basically.. you are doing something very much like 'sulfating a battery'..but using dissolved platinum metals group in the electrolyte. (dissolved salts of the platinum metals group, just like in the oceans...hhmmmm?..but we don't know how to 'get it out', they say?)

THANKS..for the stunningly perfect data to help add to the pile of evidence!!!! :)

*** As for the Rhodium plating issue concerning 'self oxidation', and all 'directions' it indicates, in terms of Hudson, etc, being true..that is something I discovered ON MY OWN, and there was not the slightest indication from anyone, in any texts connected to any of this white gold stuff-whatsoever, as to why Rhodium is the least represented of the platinum metals group, and the most common in Hudson's monatomic work.

A question, then comes up: How does this relate to the guys who are creating HHO gas..but have to build up an OXIDE LAYER on their stainless tubes..in order to achieve the vaunted efficiency? No one knows yet why the oxide layer is critical, but they know it has to be done, in order to achieve the effect (high efficency) they are looking for, the stripping of the oxygen from the hydrogen (or the hydrogen from the oxygen, whatever). Note that ceramics are being used in the latest experimental versions of fuel cells. Another nail in the coffin of 'disbelief'? We shall see...it is another point that is entirely anomalous that can very likely 'fit into' this puzzle. It needs to be researched. I will remember it,and when the time comes..and the required point rears it's head to provide perfect correlation, I'll be there, waiting to fit this piece into the puzzle, if indeed it fits. At this point, it shows every sign of supporting the evidence. Just like every point in science and human knowledge I've researched so far.

And we will continue to look.....with eyes wide open.
« Last Edit: September 25, 2007, 07:30:41 AM by Prophmaji »

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Re: White powder Gold
« Reply #47 on: September 23, 2007, 04:42:25 PM »
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Re: White powder Gold
« Reply #48 on: September 23, 2007, 09:36:37 PM »
Amen!
Nicely put together "Prophmaji

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Re: White powder Gold
« Reply #49 on: September 23, 2007, 10:30:01 PM »
Healers and goldenashpowder:
http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=-2173642525917926602
This video is about alternative healers and I have to warn the faint of heart that in the beginning their are some boobies in sight ( I am still not blind thank god) and I ask you to close your eyes when they come in sight.
The goldenashpowder starts at about 54 minutes.
Maybe you find this movie boring, I thought it was okay.

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Re: White powder Gold
« Reply #50 on: September 24, 2007, 12:04:02 AM »
clearchrome, that link you posted was i got mine at.The bottles they show have been shake'n up.If that bottle were to be left undisturbed for a day the WPG becomes a solid in the bottom of the bottle.It becomes hard enough to break the glass dripper dispensor inside if shaken to abrubtly.I have some of that and want to know how to tell if its the real thing for sure.

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« Reply #51 on: September 24, 2007, 03:24:06 AM »
White powder gold is bad news. It messes with your DNA in a bad way. Some people believe that the white powder gold being pimped today is the philosopher's stone of old. (aka elixir of life) - it isnt. LSD, cocaine and other substances, are well known to make the senses come alive in strange and amazing ways, but at huge cost to the body.

The philosophers stone can only be made by a long and tedious secret alchemical process that takes many days purifying sulphur and mercury in such a way that it forms the reddish purplish stone, which when taken heals all, and extends the life of anyone who takes it enormously.
The substance also has the ability to transmute base metals like lead into gold. So it is for health and wealth.

Ps: No, I don't know how to make it lol, if I did I would have done so already. But I have done a great deal of research on white powder gold and ancient alchemical texts. But I tend to think that the day that the world focuses more on trying to help his fellow man, instead of killing him, those out there that do know how to make it, might think us worthy of it. The power is inside you anyway, not in some powder.






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« Reply #52 on: September 24, 2007, 09:07:00 AM »
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« Reply #53 on: September 24, 2007, 10:41:53 AM »
Interesting stuff, I never even heard of white gold :D

This guy Red Elk, comments at the end of this section of video that a certain white gold, used in conjunction with a certain sacrifice will bring longevity.  Perhaps those ancient people who did sacrifices were for this reason?

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jOiJYOpeGhY&mode=related&search=

Innovationstation, do you mean the Mayan calender, which ends on 2012?  I think they meant we will enter a new level of consciousness.  Its really complex stuff that they left behind, and its not all understood.  I think these guys exceeded us in some areas like spirtuality and things which are labeled fairy tails.

This guy says that people will enter a 4th density what ever that means, but it was interesting to hear this guy said.

http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=2276698152408766929&q=project+camelot&total=69&start=0&num=10&so=0&type=search&plindex=2

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« Reply #54 on: September 24, 2007, 06:36:54 PM »
This is an interesting read to say the least.

Excerpt:
"We heated the material at one point two degrees per minute and cooled it at two degrees per minute. What we found is when you oxidize the material it weighs 102%, when you hydro-reduce it it weighs 103%. So far so good. No problem. But when it turns snow white it weighs 56%. Now that's impossible. When you anneal it and it turns white it only weighs 56% of the beginning weight. If you put that on a silica test boat and you weigh it, it weighs 56%. If you heat it to the point that it fuses into the glass, it turns black and all the weight return. So the material hadn't volatilized away. It was still there; it just couldn't be weighed any more. That's when everybody said this just isn't right; it can't be.

Do you know that when we heated it and cooled it and heated it and cooled it and heated it and cooled it under helium or argon that when we cooled it it would weigh three to four hundred percent of it's beginning weight and when we heated it it would actually weigh less than nothing. If it wasn't in the pan, the pan would weigh more than the pan weighs when this stuff is in it."

http://www.subtleenergies.com/ormus/presentations/portland.htm


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« Reply #55 on: September 24, 2007, 06:52:20 PM »
The alchemical process is as outlined in the bit I last wrote. Apparently, it is that simple. No-one ever said it was difficult to make. What IS properly said, is that fools playing with it can damage or kill themselves playing with it, if they are unprepared. And don't be so damned foolish to think that you can make it, wash it properly so it is clear of any remaining effluents (mercury!!), and then consume it...without going to a place that others will see you as being completely 'mad'. In all seriousness, you might do great harm to yourself.

Here's the issue: Physiologically speaking, when part of the hard wired psychology of the mind needs be reformed, to align with new mental paradigms, the mental and thus chemical aspects or mental 'reformation' can and ARE SEVERE. A mental 'death' is a real as a physical one. In other words., for you to get your 'fecal matter all in one spot and newly arranged', you LITERALLY MUST die a internal psychological death, thus a re-wiring of the mental process in the physical sense and that...on the psychological interpretation by your inner self, WILL be understood as a TRUE death. This is besides all the issues of being able to understand the essence of multidimensional flow and temporal adjuncts to such issues. Multiple timelines, past lives, past existence, astral projection, dimensional projection, temporal anomalies, precognition, future life possibilities, other beings or 'aggregate spirits', singular spirits, etc. And on and on. For example, it can become powerful enough to manifest itself in precognition that shows up as visions of upcoming events, places in multidimensional time..that are 'nexus' points for multiple universes..that show up as 'ripples' in time, that can also be seen from NOW as they are future event paradigms.  What I mean is that a given event may span multiple universes in similar points of possibilities... and that 'event' can be seen as a ripple that stretches backward in time...and happens to be in the particular 'dimensional layer' that the thing you like to call YOU exists within. And you can, if properly prepared, see this event as a reflection, from the future. And it will NOT be exact, it cannot be, as it represent only POSSIBILITY..that becomes far more determinate as you move closer to the event. And your 'interpretation device' that thing you call yourself, or your mental aspects, will impart particular spin or feel into what you 'see'. Only one tiny aspect of it. There are other aspects of manifestation of multidimensionality that are far more interesting and enlightening.

Salvia Divinorium is one material that can illustrate such to a given person. TO give yo an idea, those who have tried such and basically passed out (multiple tries of the mint plant) and returned with ZERO understanding or 'opening of doors' to other possibility, are especially NOT mentally prepared or wired to understand such things. Basically, un-illuminated ground pounders who really don't understand much and are extremely unwilling to attempt to do so.

Be careful here. The vast majority of you, if you were to 'get there' it would be like a 5 year old suddenly appearing at the wheel of a 2-ton car, driving down the freeway at 120mph. A guaranteed disaster!!!

Be it known: NOTHING in your existence today, PERIOD...is even remotely adequate to even begin to illustrate the mental shift that a true understanding of multidimensionality can and will provide. Words, existence itself, is woefully inadequate to even begin such descriptions.

An article that, in the scientific sense, that illustrates that science and religion are once again, about to re-converge to their origins. Nothing new there. They always do.

written in the text I am about to provide, is the problem, as usual. People can't even being to THINK about it without loosing their minds. This is why the Buddhists teach one-on-one. People left to their own devices under the effects of such..can.. and usually do self implode.

One way to say it, one way out of thousands..is to say it is like teaching kittens to swim..by drowning them. Obviously, you are the kitten. Do you think you can swim? Part of the problem is the residual aspects of the monkey brain which interfere with the process. Fear. Fear of loss of pysicality, which arises from your current reality paradigm, and the overreach of the hindbrain, in the mechanistic sense of physical reality. 

Basicaly, I'm talking about largely gaining complete control of the subconcious mind, and all aspects of multi-dimensionality at the same time. That's a huge endeavor, to say the least. Which is why it should be tackled in stages. This is what the ancient schools, buddhists, etc all do. Consuming the white gold is likely to be like a crash course, largely akin to being thown off the roof of a 120 story skyscraper. You'd better figure it out before you hit the ground.


http://freespirits.chosenones.net/showthread.php?p=53850

Parallel universes make quantum sense

19 September 2007
NewScientist.com news service
Zeeya Merali

IF YOU think of yourself as unique, think again. The days when physicists could ignore the concept of parallel universes may have come to an end. If that doesn't send a shudder down your spine, think of it this way: our world is just one of many. You are just one version of many.
David Deutsch at the University of Oxford and colleagues have shown that key equations of quantum mechanics arise from the mathematics of parallel universes. "This work will go down as one of the most important developments in the history of science," says Andy Albrecht, a physicist at the University of California at Davis. In one parallel universe, at least, it will - whether it does in our one remains to be seen.
“This work will go down as one of the most important developments in the history of science”

The "many worlds" interpretation of quantum mechanics was proposed 50 years ago by Hugh Everett, a graduate student at Princeton University. Rather than apply one set of rules to the subatomic quantum world and another to the larger-scale everyday world, as physicists tend to do, Everett wanted to apply quantum mechanical equations to everything. This had some startling consequences.
According to quantum mechanics, particles do not have set properties before they are observed. Instead, particles are described by "wave functions" representing many mutually contradictory properties. It is only when an observer measures a property that the particle somehow settles into one of these multiple options. The paradox is exemplified by Schrödinger's cat - the famous thought experiment in which a cat in a box can be said to be both alive and dead. It is traditionally thought that the act of observation, opening the box to check the cat, is what forces it to settle into a state, living or dead.
If, as Everett argued, quantum mechanics is applied to the whole universe, then it too should exist in a multitude of separate states. There would be a "multiverse" of parallel universes - one for every physical possibility. So when you open the box holding Schrödinger's cat, the universe splits, forming two new "yous" - one whose future involves viewing the live cat and the other who sees the dead cat.
Dismissed by the scientific establishment as ridiculous for decades, the many-worlds scenario may at last come in from the cold thanks to Deutsch's work.
The biggest criticism levelled at many worlds was that it seemed to make a puzzle about the outcomes of quantum experiments even worse. Physicists can predict the probability of getting a certain outcome from a quantum experiment from the square of its wave function, according to the Born rule. Nobody can explain why this rule works, it simply fits with experimental observations. The problem was there seemed to be no place for the Born rule in the multiverse. In fact, there didn't seem to be any space for any probabilities at all, says Deutsch.
"You toss a coin, but what does it mean to say that the probability of it coming up heads is 50 per cent?" Deutsch asks. "According to Everett, both outcomes must happen."
In the mid-1990s, Deutsch set out to put the uncertainty we see in quantum mechanical experiments back into the many-worlds scenario. Now, with additional work by Simon Saunders and David Wallace, also at Oxford, he believes they have succeeded. The trick is to examine a quantum experiment while excluding probability theory and accepting the many-worlds interpretation.
The multiverse has a branching structure, created as the universe splits into parallel versions of itself. The thickness of the branches can be calculated solely using deterministic equations, getting around the uncertainties usually associated with quantum physics. What the Oxford gang found is that the branching structure exactly reproduces the peculiar probabilities predicted by the Born rule. The branching also gives the illusion of probabilistic outcomes to measurements.
Deutsch believes this solves the problem of the origin of quantum probability once and for all. "Probabilities used to be regarded as the biggest problem for Everett, but ironically, they are now its most powerful success," he says.
"We've cleared up the obscurities and come up with a pretty clear verdict that Everett works," says Saunders, who is presenting the work with Wallace at the Many Worlds at 50 conference at the Perimeter Institute for Theoretical Physics in Waterloo, Canada, this week. "It's a dramatic turnaround and it means that people now have to discuss Everett seriously."
Albrecht agrees that the work will shake up physicists' worlds. "Many people are uncomfortable about the probabilities at the heart of quantum mechanics and attempt to get rid of quantum mechanics because of it," he says. "But this greatly amplifies the fundamental place of quantum mechanics in our understanding of the physical world."
David Papineau, a philosopher of physics at King's College London, says that he has been converted from scepticism about many worlds to belief, based on its potential to one day solve this puzzle of quantum probabilities. He adds, though, that the work by Deutsch, Wallace and Saunders must now be scrutinised. "It's an ambitious claim and so we have to be careful," he says. For Papineau, the problem is whether a belief in parallel universes should affect the way we live our everyday lives .
Max Tegmark at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology has long been a fan of the many-worlds scenario. But while he believes the new work on probability should help convince physicists of its reality, it will never be enough to win over die-hard sceptics. "The critique of many worlds is shifting from 'it makes no sense and I hate it' to simply 'I hate it'," he says.
David Albert, a philosopher of physics at Columbia University, New York, is sceptical. He argues there is good reason to be wary because the Oxford group may be guilty of sleight of hand. "When you first hear about this you feel euphoric," he says. "But then you think, maybe this is too good to be true." He believes that it is irrelevant that Deutsch and his colleagues can show that branching universes give the illusion of probabilistic outcomes to measurements. What we really want to know, says Albert, is why this branching happens in the first place. "They have answered a question, but I think it's the wrong question," he says.
Wojciech Zurek at the Los Alamos National Laboratory in New Mexico believes that the Born rule is exactly the right question to tackle. However, he believes that it can be answered without resorting to parallel universes. Zurek points out that Everett never used the term "many worlds" in his papers, and says that his work can be interpreted in less controversial ways.
Zurek is also inspired by Everett's ideas, particularly his insight that quantum mechanics must be applied to the entire universe rather than a limited quantum realm. He interprets this to mean that quantum entanglement - the process in which quantum particles can become inextricably linked and act in unison no matter how far apart they are - is a fundamental ingredient of quantum physics. Zurek has already used this property to explain why we see a single objective reality when we make a measurement of a quantum state (New Scientist, 30 June, p 18). Zurek says that entanglement can also be used to derive the Born rule (www.arxiv.org/abs/0707.2832).
"I could not have derived probability without using Everett," says Zurek, who is also presenting his work at the conference. "But at no point am I forced to assign equal reality to all other versions of the universe in the many-worlds scenario."
For Tegmark, the fact that many worlds is sparking such debate, 50 years after its conception, is a triumph in itself. He believes that physicists interested in quantum computing and cosmology are now warming to it. Will the majority be won over? "That depends on what parallel universe you live in," he says.
From issue 2622 of New Scientist magazine, 19 September 2007, page 6-7
Just another universe
Like Schrödinger's cat, you're locked in a box with a vial of poison gas. If a radioactive atom decays before someone opens the box to observe you, the gas will be released. According to the multiverse picture, in one future "you" will live, because the atom has not decayed, and in another "you" will die. So, should you be worried?
The issue of how we should feel and act when faced with a constantly splitting identity will be addressed by David Papineau of King's College London at a conference on the many-worlds scenario in Waterloo, Canada this week.
To start with, Papineau considers feelings of guilt and hope in the multiverse. Suppose that you are driving recklessly and narrowly avoid crashing into another car. "You might think 'lucky escape', but you should be feeling guilty about the passengers your other self has killed," says Papineau.
He also questions the use of hope. "You hope your football team will win a match, but that's meaningless - they both win and lose," he says.
Although each of our descendant selves is equally real, thankfully Papineau argues that their fates shouldn't affect our choices before we make them. We should be just as reluctant, or excited, about climbing into Schrödinger's box in the many-worlds picture, as we would be if we believed that only one outcome is actually realised.
Simon Saunders at the University of Oxford doesn't think that Papineau is wrong, but does think he is asking too much of us. "The multiverse will drive you crazy if you really think about how it affects your life, and I can't live like that," he says. His solution? "I'll just accept Everett and then think about something else, to save my sanity."

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Re: White powder Gold
« Reply #55 on: September 24, 2007, 06:52:20 PM »
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Re: White powder Gold
« Reply #56 on: October 02, 2007, 08:42:03 AM »
So just pop some ORMUS.. eat it, drink it, snort it... It will do the rest for ya. It dont matter who you get it from as long as you get it from someone on the internet, cause those sources are safe, cause if they wernt, the MIB would shut um down like right now. So if you try them all, you are sure to get the right stuff.

If that dont work... some get a hold of hydrochloric acid, nitric acid, salt, lye, a few flasks and several burners and have several batches going at the same time. Then ph7 the finished product after all the acid is gone and wash wash wash wash wash wash wash the final product till it looks like the real thing and taste away. Nothing like eating new life forms.

If ya really want to know if you got the real thing, and you got money to burn, you could buy yerself  one of those DC arc emission spectroscopy units and burn that shit for 300 seconds and know for sure. Anything in the powder that burns off in the first 15 seconds aint mono atomic. Anything after that might be what your looking for.

Some kids like to get out in the yard and eat the dirt... mud pies etc. Bet they get more ORMUS than any of those suppliers. Go eat some dirt and see. Be careful of cat shit, you never know where you will run into that in the dirt. I warned ya.

Or maybe someone could get a hold of someones failed water fuel cell project and suck on their oxydized tube and see if that would do anything for um. Might spawn a new generation of tube sucking freaks on their way to ascension. Some would be sporting the 5-6 in tube... while others would be bragging about their 9 inch tube. Heard Stan Meyer had the whopping 11 incher. Dang Freaks Anyways.

I don't know about that Redish Purple Stone. Iv'e seen red phousphourus that looks a lot like something that might be the Stone. Heard it has like 27,000 isotopes... Meth Cooks use it to turn Ephedrine into Meth. Transmutation. It is used extensively in many of these types of transmutations.. not much said as to how it might be incorperated into a mix to turn lead to gold... maybe in a ball of wax dropped itno the hot liquid mix? ;) Go figure. That Foss is some tricky shit.

There's that word again... so many meanings. Don't want to ingest any of that foss though unless you want Fossy Jaw. And that is a bad thing.... Did I start a sentance with the word "And" again?. hmmm. They had to change the recipie for matches because of that Foss killin smokers. That was back in the day when smoking was REALLY bad for you.

Anyways... Someone once was messin with the Ormus and hydrogen fuel cells and came up with a way to charge water. The water, when touched, could shock a whole group of people all in a big circle and holding hands. One end of the circle would hold the plastic bottle with the charged water in it and the person on the other end of the circle would put their finger in the top of the plastic bottle and touch the water in it. BAM! the whole group would get a shock.

They were drinking the stuff for its healing properties and such. Claimed to have some Ormus in it too. Come to find out you could pour out the water from the plastic bottle and re fill it with tap water and get the same shock from it. Someone discovered that the charge was actually in the plactic bottle and the inside of the bottle had the negative charge and the outside of the bottle had a positive charge. This Deep charge would last for 9+ months and would be the life of any party. Zap... Zap... Zap. Zap. Weee.

Is, Was and Allways Will Be a Gas.

KEEP HAVING FUN


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Re: White powder Gold
« Reply #57 on: October 02, 2007, 09:19:41 AM »
Catalyst puzzle solved

10 September 2007

Scientists have solved a long-standing mystery in catalysis ? why the catalytic activity of gold increases sharply as the particles become smaller than 5 nm while the opposite is true for platinum. Since catalysts are used at some stage in almost every major industrial process, the new result could have wide-reaching implications for gold as a catalytic material.

Platinum and most other noble metals are very good catalysts. Although gold was once thought to be the exception, scientists discovered in the 1980s that gold particles smaller than 5 nm were more active than other noble-metal catalysts for reactions like low-temperature carbon monoxide oxidation. In contrast, platinum nanoparticles smaller than 5 nm are less catalytically active. Until now, no one knew why this was the case, but a team of researchers at Oak Ridge National Laboratory have come up with an answer.
Gold clusters
Gold clusters

Calculations by team member Sergey Rashkeev (now at Idaho National Lab) show that the key difference between the behaviour of gold and platinum at the nanoscale is that although both metals bind reactants more strongly as the particle size becomes smaller, in platinum the binding becomes so strong that the reaction never proceeds at low temperatures. In gold, however, the weaker binding and flexibility of the nanoparticles allows catalytic activity to continue.

"Bulk gold is not very reactive, which is why it is so good for jewellery," team member Andrew Lupini told nanotechweb.org "but, low coordination sites on gold nanoparticles become much more reactive. Moreover, the gold nanoparticles become softer and more flexible at these small sizes, allowing the reactants to move and interact." He adds that it is this combination of being able to bind to reactants, while still allowing them to interact with each other that allows gold to be active on the nanoscale.

Lupini and colleagues employed a special aberration-corrected scanning transmission electron microscope (STEM), which held the record for the highest resolution image until very recently. The researchers were able to obtain images of gold clusters that showed them to be smaller and thinner than previously observed (see figure). They then used an extensive series of first principles calculations to determine the activity of sites with different coordination and how the number of such sites varied with particle size.

Applications for gold nanoparticles catalysts include respirators, reducing pollution in automotive applications and selectively removing carbon monoxide from hydrogen gas in fuel cells.

The team will now investigate novel ways of making such catalysts. "By combining catalyst synthesis and reactivity measurements with high-resolution STEM and first principles theory in one synergistic program, we hope to gain new fundamental insights into how they work at the atomic scale so that researchers can produce new catalysts for more efficient reactions and maybe cleaner, greener fuels in the future," says Lupini.

The researchers reported their work in Physical Review B. The research was sponsored by the US Department of Energy's Office of Basic Energy Sciences.
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Belle Dum? is contributing editor at nanotechweb.org

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Re: White powder Gold
« Reply #58 on: October 03, 2007, 02:05:18 AM »
White powder gold is bad news. It messes with your DNA in a bad way. Some people believe that the white powder gold being pimped today is the philosopher's stone of old. (aka elixir of life) - it isnt. LSD, cocaine and other substances, are well known to make the senses come alive in strange and amazing ways, but at huge cost to the body.

The philosophers stone can only be made by a long and tedious secret alchemical process that takes many days purifying sulphur and mercury in such a way that it forms the reddish purplish stone, which when taken heals all, and extends the life of anyone who takes it enormously.
The substance also has the ability to transmute base metals like lead into gold. So it is for health and wealth.

Ps: No, I don't know how to make it lol, if I did I would have done so already. But I have done a great deal of research on white powder gold and ancient alchemical texts. But I tend to think that the day that the world focuses more on trying to help his fellow man, instead of killing him, those out there that do know how to make it, might think us worthy of it. The power is inside you anyway, not in some powder.







Sorry to wreck your drug comparison party, but LSD does not have any physical effect on your body. It's effects are purley mental, and it does the oppisite of addiction. Infact, some reports say that LSD actualy decreases your liking for it every time. This could possibly mean a treatment for other drug addictions. Every thing you do can have a negative effect on your DNA. Diet Soda, Smoking, The SUN, all of these are bad for you in some way. But do they really matter? NO! Unless the powder is radioactive, which gold isn't, then it shouldn't have any noticable effect on  your body. Make sure you understand drugs before you talk about them. The easiest way to start a myth is by generalization.

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Re: White powder Gold
« Reply #59 on: October 03, 2007, 04:00:59 AM »
I'd say he's not attacking the whole idea... but warning through sarcasm.

More fodder:

from physorg.com

FSU Physicist Shining a Light on Dark Matter
We’ve all been taught that our bodies, the Earth, and in fact all matter in the universe is composed of tiny building blocks called atoms. Now imagine if this weren’t the case. This mind-bending concept is at the core of the scientific research that one Florida State University professor -- and hundreds of his colleagues all over the world -- are pursuing.

“Recent scientific breakthroughs have shown that most of the matter in the universe -- about four-fifths -- is not made up of atoms, but of something else, called ‘dark matter,’” said Howard Baer, FSU’s J.D. Kimel Professor of Physics. “The evidence for dark matter is now overwhelming, and the required amount of dark matter is becoming precisely known.”

Baer explained that dark matter is believed to exist in the form of tiny particles that do not interact with light. Because they don’t emit or reflect electromagnetic radiation the way atomic, or baryonic, matter does, these dark matter particles haven’t been directly observed. However, scientists have long theorized their existence based on their gravitational effects on visible matter throughout the universe.

“For example, the gravitational effect of dark matter makes galaxies spin faster than one would otherwise expect,” Baer said. “Also, dark matter’s gravitational field distorts the light of objects behind it -- creating the so-called ‘lensing effect.’ By measuring these sorts of phenomena, we can tell that the universe is full of some sort of ‘stuff’ that we just can’t see.”

Despite this progress, the exact identity of dark matter remains a mystery.

“Current constraints on dark matter properties show that the bulk of dark matter cannot be any of the known particles,” Baer said. “The existence of dark matter is at present one of the strongest pieces of evidence that the current theory of fundamental particles and forces, summarized in the Standard Model of particle physics, is incomplete. At the same time, because dark matter is the dominant form of matter in the universe, an understanding of its properties is essential to determine how galaxies formed and how the universe evolved. Therefore, the discovery of dark matter is among the most important goals in science today.”

A theoretical physicist, Baer employs mathematical models and calculations, as opposed to experimental methods, in an attempt to understand the basic properties of dark matter. To that end, he travels frequently to CERN, the world’s largest particle physics laboratory, located on the border between France and Switzerland. At CERN, teams of physicists from all over the world are preparing for the start-up of what will be the world’s most powerful particle accelerator, the Large Hadron Collider (LHC), in 2008. With the LHC, they will conduct experiments that seek to solve some of the fundamental mysteries of science, including the identity of dark matter. In addition to searches at the LHC, the hunt for dark matter is progressing at experiments deep underground in Minnesota, under thick Antarctic ice, and even in outer space.

Don’t expect any conclusive data right away, Baer said.

“The identification of dark matter will most likely not be immediate, but will rather unfold gradually,” he said.

Baer also recently served on an advisory board charged by the U.S. Department of Energy and the National Science Foundation with developing a plan to ensure that the United States continues to be a world leader in efforts to detect and study dark matter. The Dark Matter Scientific Assessment Group’s whitepaper, “Report on the Direct Detection and Study of Dark Matter,” will to a large degree establish the priorities and strategies for the detection and study of dark matter by U.S. scientists over the next decade or more. (Read more about the group’s scientific recommendations at http://www.science.doe.gov/hep/DMSAGReportJuly18,2007.pdf .)

Finally, Baer is making a lasting impact in the field of theoretical physics in another way. In 2006, he and a colleague, Xerxes Tata of the University of Hawaii, cowrote a physics textbook, “Weak Scale Supersymmetry: From Superfields to Scattering Events,” which now is being used in university physics courses all over the world. (Read more about it at http://www.cambridge.org/catalogue/catalogue.asp?isbn=9780521857864 .)

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What did the Egyptians call it?

"The field of Mfkzt"

Or, as Laurnce Gardner would say it:

“From the royal tombs of pharaonic Egypt, to the laboratories of modern science, comes the extraordinary account of gravity defiance and teleportation in the ancient world. ‘The Book of the Dead’ refers to a hyper-dimensional realm called the Field of Mfkzt, which is now determined as a superconductive energy field of high-spin metallurgy. Liaising with modern physicists, Laurence Gardner has ascertained that mfkzt (known today as monatomic gold) was the secret of the pharaohs’ rite of passage to the Afterlife, and was directly associated with the pyramids and the biblical Ark of the Covenant, as revealed by inscriptions at the Sinai mountain temple of Moses.

“With the old science now rediscovered, gold is fast becoming established as a logistically placed source material to the detriment of its traditional value as a currency reserve. As Laurence Gardner details, the advantages of the revived technology are astounding, especially in the fields of medicine and space travel, but the political and social implications of IMF-approved national bullion sales could be very threatening if not contained.

“No reason is given in the Bible as to why the Ark of the Covenant was so richly contrived. It is portrayed as having awesome and deadly powers, but these are not satisfactorily explained. There is, however, no mystery to the Ark. Laurence Gardner explains that its story is wholly related to the dynastic House of Gold – the Messianic bloodline of ancient Grail Kings from the Old Kingdom pharaohs to King Solomon and the descendant Royal House of Judah …

“In the field of quantum mechanics, NASA scientists have recently confirmed that matter can indeed be in two places at once. It is now an established fact that, through quantum entanglement, particles millions of light-years apart can be connected without physical contact. Space-time can now be manipulated; teleportation is becoming a reality; gravity-resistant material is now heralded for air transport, and virtual science has led to a greater understanding of hyper-dimensional existence … Gardner reveals that the keys to all this are: (a) Mfkzt – referred to by the Institute of Advanced Studies as ‘exotic monatomic matter’, and (b) the amazing technology of Superconductivity – acclaimed by the Center for Advanced Study as ‘the most remarkable physical property in the universe’.”

It might be good to remember that the 'dark of space' is actually...filled with monatomic sized particles.

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