Originally posted by dominicus
reply to post by Byrd
I hear you on that.
Perhaps with all thee wifif and other stuff, the effects won't take til 20 years from now.
Also with the Ebner effect, perhaps its that specific amount of energy, specific plate method, amount of time, intention, frequency, and so forth that unlocks the primeval aspects.
All speculation on my part.
Can someone link any DIY blogs or vids of this being recreated by regular folks?
Originally posted by kix
Maye they shelved the project because they created some undesirable organisms, can you imagine if some bacteria or virus DE EVOLVED and became a strain with no cure or enemies on the actual biome? What about makind a toxic organism that reproduces quite fast and becomes a parasite?
When I studies bimolecular Biology year ago It struck me that we are clueless in that fiel and more questions arise from research than answers.
Great Topic, thanlks OP.!
Originally posted by SuperSeeds
Man I am definitely trying this!! Thank you OP.
The setup needed to test this seems pretty straightforward; a standing plate capacitor(air as the dielectric) attached to a high voltage transformer and DC converter and a dial to adjust the voltage. Heres the math to calculate the field.
Does that sound right, is that all it would take to test this?? I don't know enough about electrical stuff to build this myself but am going to find someone who can. This also makes me want to test what would happen if you germinated seeds in the field between two inductive charging coils tuned to Schumann frequencies. What do you guys think?
Lets Overgrow the Government!
Originally posted by Byrd
I know I'm late to the game, but...
Aren't we doing this already and aren't the results nonexistent?
Think about it, folks: Our houses, our cities, our office buildings are giant electrical fields of varying size and strength (I come from the day when you had to be VERY careful about where you placed computer monitors, because the 60 Mhz frequency from the power lines in the wall would affect monitor output.)
We have plants around our home (animals, too.) We use electricity in a lot of farming operations (including greenhouses). Electricity generates magnetic and electrical fields (depending on what else is in the environment) -- and we've been doing this on a large scale since 1900 or so.
Now... you'd think that in all that time, if the effect was that genuine and that dramatic -- we'd see a very noticeable difference in plants and animals around (for instance) large electrical lines.
For the record, I don't see any difference in growth rate and other behaviors of ospreys and eagles that nest in power lines (all over Florida and all over the South) and ospreys and eagles that nest elsewhere.
originally posted by: dogstar23
reply to post by talklikeapirat
...while faster maturing wheat, more bug-resistant crops, better propogating and surviving fish sound like great things, they also sound like they could potentially be a bane to genetic diversity, pushing out other plants/fish, etc.
originally posted by: yampa
But since you have no measurements for how much loss there is, you don't really know if it's negligible or a large percentage of input. Without permanent bombardment from the electric field, logically, there can be no effect, so the loss *must* play part of the interface. You should also consider they are only energising a handful of seeds or eggs. If you want to turn this into an industrial germination technique using many seeds, that energy usage is going to go through the roof.
If you think it's ok for scientists to be lax (even misleading) about the description of their system then you obviously don't have very high demands for scientific integrity.
Deny ignorance, remember?