How is (gardening with microwaved water) - like tectonics?

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posted on Apr, 24 2006 @ 04:25 PM
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Hello all,

Now who'd have believed that gardening with microwaved water has anything to do with tectonics? Well it does .. and it all goes back to the thread, titled

See what using microwaved water can do! (see bottom of the link for images)

The author directs your attention to the plants - and being obedient (as some of us are) - we all looked at the plants and said "Oh! My! Look at that!"

But low and behold if you look at the soil in the two pots (comparing it to subsequent pictures) .. we see that the soil in the microwave watered pot has been stirred (oh! those poor roots) over and over again! While the soil in the pan-boiled water'd pot hasn't got a hair out of place! And look at the "little vase" used for the microwaved water .. as compared to the "big vase" for the boiled water - oh those poor crowded roots!

We just look where we're told like good folk!

So what has this to do with tectonics .. well just like the "good folk" we are - we believe all we're told about tectonics .. never giving thought to perhaps we're being duped into looking at the plants and not what's in the pots! By example: See

tectonics - it's time we remove this nonsense from our schools

bc
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[edit on 24-4-2006 by beforebc]




posted on Apr, 24 2006 @ 04:47 PM
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Sorry beforebc, that made absolutely no sense to me.
Could you elaborate a little more on your theory of why gardening with
microwaved water is like tectonics. I feel I may have missed something.

Also if you have something else to say; I suggest that being forthright and
upfront, could be beneficial.

From one of your previous post; I take it that you are unhappy with public school curriculum.

Thank you for your indulgence!

[edit on 24-4-2006 by whaaa]



posted on Apr, 24 2006 @ 05:01 PM
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Hi whaaa (silver a-way!)

I changed the link to the images whaaa, so please go back and try it again!

You} Am I unhappy with public school (university) curriculum?

Me} I taught college physics for 30 years and always (because of it's nonsense compared to physics) - tectonics would come up! I worked those 30 years on an alternative science, and hope to present it here - the opportunity permitting. The alternative says that geo-physics is the result of gravitational forces that hold earth in solar orbit - it's called the RB-Effect!

bc
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posted on Apr, 24 2006 @ 09:14 PM
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That is so bizarre, I'm almost tempted to do the experiment myself

I've gardened for many, many years and have a hard time believing that microwaving water can mix up the water molecules and damage the plant so much


I also noticed the micro-water plant is always much wetter than the other plant, and wonder why.
Surely in a real science experiment, both should receive the same amount of water???





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