reply to post by roguetechie
I only do what I do. I respect people's wish, however, I have a problem with those who don't search the answers themselves.
Nuclear chemistry is involved in soft particle physic by explaining on how nuclear materials work and how to diffuse them.
I don't listen to the advertisements and I don't treat theories like laws. If your so desperate to know what that foil and paper experiment is, fine,
I'll tell you. This will be proof that I'm not a heartless wretch stoop in so much mainstream education that they attack the first person that says
something that doesn't go with the mainstream.
It's the Orgone accumulator, invented by Wilheim Reich, who is dead after being falsely imprison for just helping people. It's purpose is to gather
the energy that is in the air and focus it into one point. If you put water in this device for 10 minutes then freeze it, you'll get a spiral out of
I've tested it.
I'm not one to shoot people down, but you've pushed me too hard and now I had to say it so I can get some breathing room.
Thank you for your time.
reply to post by john_bmth
You see it as hot air and just some mad man spouting things that have no ground, but to others it makes sense. So, I'm sorry to say, you rather stay
in the box, I've tried, at least it was worth a shot.
The standard orthodox scientist does this because their views are being threatened by something so small.
If you get rid of the history of people, you dis-empower them. I simply show parts of the history that was lost.
This physics also have other names, Ether Physics, Lifeforce physics, Orgony, Od, the list goes on.
I'll say it once more, if there is something that doesn't add up, ask. Reference to Dale Carnegie
edit on 21-8-2012 by FreedomCommander