posted on Aug, 9 2014 @ 04:08 PM
Right you know about the EM spectrum, well that is one angle or vector of the spectrum but if viewed perpendicular to our perception of the time space
contiuum there may be other unknown element's to the spectrum or rather another form of spectrum and learning this unknown field if we ever do may
unlock entire methodology's and field's of energy that could be used, radiation does have a wave length as well as being particulate in nuclear
radiation where sub atomic decay takes place, of course breaking a nuclei also releases radiation and worse Neutron's and other high energy particle's
which can damage long chain (Biological) molecules including DNA/RNA but there may be method's.
If matter is essentially a wave form when seen perpendicular to the Time Space stream as we perceive it then tinkering with certain part's of that
waveform may allow non radiation causing matter decay, it would decay as it's relative time space velocity in relation to the TSC or it's preceeding
and receeding wave pattern's where desynchronized, this would actually cause the matter to appear to disolve with little or no residual radation,
since matter and energy are the same thing but in different state's the same rule could actually be applied to energy (it is not destroyed but merely
has it's wave length effected by applying overlapping wavelength's that nullify or amplify property's of the wave form).
A bit like allowing the superstring or field to unravel itself, this would cause a localized reduction in gravitational saturation at the relative
coordinate of the matter but that is a different field based on speculative physics drawn from membrain theory.
Of course this would require new quantum techniques and is perhaps currently beyond us but could be achieved with due dilligent research and the
necessary equations, there are currently no clear variables though as we are still looking at the universe from a reduced dimensional perspective that
our nature's imposes upon our science.
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