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I am reading this and does he say that a stressed system can return to a previous established one?
Published research concerning the reversible weight increase resulting from adsorbed/absorbed gases within metals has defined the respective heat and pressure-dependent adsorption, absorption and desorption rates for various metals, while the nuclear fusion of gas atoms with metal atoms to form heavier elements has only recently been observed. Quite fascinating observations have revealed that while this weight change can be fixed by artificially induced methods, the visible transformation of metal actually occurs over the course of the following 100 hours, in accordance with known decay processes.
The resonant atomic reconfiguration of metal atoms is achieved through precision manipulation of the mnemonic standing wave fields of atoms by induced periods of equilibrium, followed by the sudden disruptive stressing of atoms. In chemistry, Le Chatelier's principle is applied to manipulate the outcomes of reversible reactions, often to increase the yield of reactions by destabilizing a previously established equilibrium:
If a chemical system at equilibrium experiences a change in concentration, temperature, volume, or partial pressure, then the equilibrium shifts to counteract the imposed change and a new equilibrium is established.
This principle also applies to the physics of resonant atomic conversions that occur during the second stage of the transmutation reaction, involving the quantum trapping of gases absorbed within metals during the first stage at resonance. The 24-hour dwell time of exposure to pressurized gas establishes 'atomic memory' according to the influence of a specific resonant temperature calibrated to the rest frequency signature of the target element. The instant this induced equilibrium within the metal atoms becomes destabilized by the quantum trapping event, the previously instilled resonant diameter of the metal atoms is preserved by the rapid atomic deformation and forced recombination of protons, neutrons and electrons of the absorbed gases to form the much heavier target element.
Kervran's diverse biological researches uncovered hidden patterns within resonant atomic interactions that underlie the biophotonic communication system that triggers the vast multitudes of molecular interactions from which consciousness finds material expression in all living organisms. All the biological examples of low-energy nuclear transmutations that have been identified and replicated -in every single case- involve the absorption of gas by solids, a process that can now be accurately visualized.
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A stressed system is not normal, so a system would generally tend to return to a normal state, but only if so enabled.katesisco wrote:I am reading this and does he say that a stressed system can return to a previous established one?
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