Monoatomic elements present a unique opportunity for the layman.

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  1. bricklayer

    bricklayer Well-Known Member Donor

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    Monoatomic metals present a unique opportunity for laymen to follow a discovery; or in this case a rediscovery, from its infancy. This is really cutting edge stuff. It seems to be as important to biology as it is to superconductivity.

    Is anyone else following these discoveries?

    The first metal we reduced to a non metalic silicate is gold. As it turns out, the "philosopher's stone" is quite real indeed. Just as interesting as the materials are themselves are the archeological implications. We are ourselves rediscovering what may well be antediluvian technologies.

    Monoatomic materials will change human life and civilization more than metals and plastics combined.
     
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    WOW! both backwards and forwards..
     
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    bricklayer Well-Known Member Donor

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    Great observation! Double the pleasure- double the fun. It also seems to support the proposition that "there is nothing new under the sun."
     
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    One of the first things that we've learned from these materials is that the only parts of metals that are metalic are the bonds. The actual particles themselves are not metalic.
     
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    It is eons of elderness...I had to deal with monatoms in metal detectors in food processing and we also had a molecular accelerator called a microwave.
     
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    So, what do you think of this monoatomic gold and platinum? Do you think that this is a material that has been utilized in the distant past? Where do you think that monoatomic and other nano-materials will allow us to go spatially and spiritually?
     
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    Since gold is the best conductor they will probably utilize them in machines and electronic systems.
     
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    They seem to be as important to biology as they are to superconductivity. This is going to be an exciting technology to watch develop. I am ever increasingly persuaded that monoatomic materials in particular, and nano-tech in general, will have more affect upon human life than all metals and plastics have to date.
     
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    Can you be more specific as to what aspects of human biology can or will be affected?
     
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    That's highly speculative at this point. We have but hints as to how it was employed in the past. It was eaten with bread. It's exact affects upon biology beyond general health and longevity are as yet undescribed. The platinum family of these elements seem to synchronize with human DNA. As you are probably well aware, DNA is but a 'parts list' for our bodies. We do not as yet know where the information for the assembly of those parts is completely registered. These materials may help us find those information centers.
     
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    Are there actually any scientific facts or propositions here or am I missing something? I can't see any technology or application - it just seems like some gibberish words put together. There is nothing special about monoatomic elements
     
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    Please provide links to these "general health and longevity" claims.
     
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    Monoatomic gold is something I came across while following up on Dr. Schoch's work. I find Dr. Schoch to be one of the most compelling of the most interesting geologists out there today. The biological effects, if not a description of its affects, are historically abundant. I think that it was called something like ormus. As to its other applications, the speculation seems to revolve around either superconductivity and nanotechnology. I'm not an expert or advocate. I just thought that it was very interesting and was just wondering if anyone here had looked into it.
     

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