posted on Mar, 1 2009 @ 10:45 PM
Why base our entire economic structure and human time and energy and effort on shiny metals? (though obviously through Nixon's revocation of the gold
standard this is locally inconsistent) .. but that's merely a fraction of time in the grand scheme of things.. and gold nowadays is gaining rapidly
in value as an alternative mehod to store wealth as opposed to the U.S. dollar.
why in every culture around the world for millenias you find gold hailed as the most highly praised substance on earth?
because it's pretty?
it's industrial use is fading..
there are much more useful metals and composites that can and are replacing it's industrial use.
silver is up there as well...
silver is a known antibiotic.
i'ts been recently classified as a pesticide.
the medieval aristocracy during the black plague held it in high regard for it's use in cutlery and dining ware.. during those times even early
pacifiers for babies were made of silver.
no wonder the aristocracy survived while the silver-less masses perished.
gold has it's place in biological value.
and yes, because of this well-hidden ancient secret..
you'll have rumors of it's purpose.. and you'll have fanciful-minded people making up elaborate exaggerations along those lines.. and take
advantage of desperate or equally fanciful-minded people.
this doesn't negate it's biological value.
it only muddys the topic and prevents it from gaining mass-use.
this is a good thing.
in a utopia, we'd all understand the intrinsic biological value of monotomic gold in it's ingestion and interaction with the nervous system.
but in a chaotic world of psychologically degenerative man-imals ...
it would be a waste for it to be consumed en-mass without the most efficient methods of discriminate direction and responsible distribution.
research it more, OP.
research the relevance of it's electron count and bio-chemical interactions.
find hard scientific papers backing up your speculations or rumors you've heard.
read people's reports on using it. (people who aren't promoting their own product)
talk directly to people who use it on a daily basis.
I doubt you'll see an "official" acknowledgment of it's true value in this day and age....
maybe in the next world.