posted on Jul, 11 2014 @ 09:21 AM
Has there been any advancement on any of this? Has anyone been able to replicate this at home?
The thing that keeps me interested, other than the fact that it's bleedin' amazing of course, is that I still cannot seem to find anything to debunk
it! I would have thought by now, if this were pseudoscience, it would have been all over the net "Ebner Effect Hoax" blah-de-blah.
My thoughts on it...
This could actually be a viable alternative to evolutionary theory. This thread has seen many commenting on whether it could cause a species to
evolve/devolve, but in my mind this presents an exciting other side to the coin, where adaptation works in a similar fashion, but instead of through
competition and genetic selection, genes are in fact initially programmed to provide the best organism for the current atmosphere. So a plant seed
under the right ESF conditions appears to be more able to effect it's adaptation to it's climate. Perhaps at it's most "primeval" state, a seed
planted in Northern Europe and a seed planted in S. America (same seed) could produce two independent plants, both more adapted to their
A few things I'd like to know, I'm by no means an expert -
I'm sure the positive charge of the ionosphere has changed frequently throughout the planet's life, but has the negative ground changed also? If
not, it would be very easy to create plant colonies under ESF canopy, planted directly into the ground.
What kind of factors could affect the positive charge of the ionosphere also and therefore the esf effects at ground level on earth? What conditions
may have been present in the past for this exotic field to exits?