JACQUELINE GREENFIELD: Startling New Frontiers | Thunderbolts Podcast

Startling New Frontiers | Thunderbolts Podcast Is it possible that the principles
governing structured water or EZ water and the Electric
Universe are the same? This question is of great interest to me
because I have felt, a strong connection does exist between water and
the plasma of the universe. Having avidly followed the lectures from
The Thunderbolts Project since 2015 and Dr. Gerald Pollack’s
EZ water since 2001, I have set out to
demonstrate the evidence. Dr. Gerald Pollack’s Fourth
Phase of Water concept is described in his books as the biologically
active form of water, called EZ water. Water is made up of
covalently bonded elements. Charged with the energy
in the universe, each molecule of water has two
hydrogens with positive charge and one oxygen with
negative charge. Considered the
universal solvent, water molecules provide the medium
for all biological reactions. But water also has electrical
and magnetic properties when interacting with other
elements in molecules. The Electric Universe explains the
formation of stars and planets. The mission of the
SAFIRE Project is to explore the role of electricity
in stellar and planetary phenomena. While the results may shed light
on astronomical formations, they cannot be interpreted literally because
the high temperatures and pressures measured in the SAFIRE experiments
would vaporize proteins. The mathematical models
and diagrams presented by physicists Dr. Donald Scott, Wal Thornhill,
and the plasma physics lectures by Drs. Michael Clarage and Kongpop U-Yen and
Eugene Bagashov apply to planets and stars. I agree. However, when viewed from the
perspective of fractals and power laws, scaling of matter reveals
that self-similarity prevails even though the magnitudes
and units may change. Similar to measuring
the Lorentz force, the acceleration of moving charged particles
through an electric and magnetic field are being measured using fluid dynamics and
vibration models in cellular activity. The electrical properties of water can
be measured as electrical potential and kinetic induction, phase transitions,
and the transduction of charge densities. Graphs of waves and field functions
represent these activities. The properties of nano-surfaces could
explain how the Lorentz force is at work on charged particles in cells. By virtue of its size, a nano-particle
like DNA has more surface area to volume. Carried in the current charge
cellular water, each point of charge on DNA can be acted upon by the
magnetic forces surrounding it. The activity of the atoms on the outer
structure of the double-stranded DNA are known to be greater than
in the center of the lattice. Structured water emerges from the
dynamic electro-physical interactions with itself and between the
surfaces it comes in contact with. From the molecular to
the macroscopic level. To whatever it touches, water forms
clusters and layers of varying densities, facilitating all the chemical
reactions and energy exchanges which are inherent in the chemistry
of the various surfaces. Its current is sustained by input of energy
in the form of thermal and solar radiation. But [on] closer inspection,
water is not only the medium, it is also a reactant, a catalyst,
and a product in chemical reactions. Bulk water differs
from structured water. When measurements are taken at
the scale of visible light, the properties of bulk water differs
from what is measured at the nano-scale. At distances greater than
the Van Der Waals force, bulk water is free to move, independent
of proteins and other charges. Forces of attraction between surfaces
can appear to be weak in bulk water when viewed at the
nano-particle scale. When viewed at the
nano-particle size, structured water interactions scale to the
strength of objects interacting in the cosmos because there is an equivalent amount
of space around nano-particle surfaces. At closer range, electric
and magnetic fields result from the inherent molecular
forces of the water molecule and the negatively
charged membrane surfaces condensing into an assembly
similar to layered bricks. Electrons and protons can move
freely along structured water bonds. A net positive charge, produced by
an odd number of hydronium ions, attracts negative charges and
excludes other positive charges. This separating charge produces
current storing energy in its bonds and hence is coined EZ water
or Exclusion Zone water. Measured at nano-scale,
structured water becomes the intermediary between the
charges of different surfaces and is responsible for the discrepancy
of accelerated enzyme kinetics compared to abiotic models. Charges on a protein can interact
electrically with the charges on another. Where one particle is oxidized,
the other is reduced. As charged particles
interface with water, water clustering provides the
medium for the interaction among the various charges between the
proteins and other molecules and atoms. Movement of charge, in structured water,
induces an electromagnetic field. Changes in charge signal space
interactions of the atoms, molecules and membranes,
favoring cellular chemistry. In the membrane crowded
cellular environment, binary signals induce interactions locally
and daisy-chain signals long-range, encounter with rotating fields of current
similar to the Birkeland currents in space. Biologically, EZ water acts as a chaperone,
enabling molecules to change shapes. It acts as a messenger and
controller of information, key to critical life and
survival mechanisms. Whether viewed from the
electrochemistry in cometary tails or the forces governing
cargo carrying molecules surface chemical reactions are the
laboratory of nature’s alchemy. Humans have been observing and recording
the resulting recurrent patterns in their art and architecture. We see nature’s manifestations as the
patterns of Fibonacci sequences. The law of self-similarities
tells us this is true. Fractal modelling demonstrates
interstellar self similarities among clusters of galaxies and can be
compared with the dynamic patterns formed in the Earth’s
magnetosphere by solar flares. Self similarities appear when
examining ultra-low frequency and geomagnetic signatures
which predict earthquakes. When you look; self similarities,
fractals, appear everywhere. Interesting correlations
emerge in studies in systems biology and
naturopathic generative medicine. Health and disease from protein-protein
interactions, from genomes to diseaseomes, all obey the power laws
generated by fractals. Fractal modeling is being used to analyze the
active sites on the surfaces of proteins. Power law distributions, found in metabolic
regulatory and transcription networks, are emerging as a tool predicting
disease and health scenarios. Cancer Research fractal modeling
is being used to analyze the shape and energy states of the
interactions between genes and proteins. In this three-part series I will show that it is possible to see
how electromagnetic forces explain how cargo carrying dynein and
kinesin, moving along microtubules, can initiate mitosis and transport
vesicles inside the cellular landscape. How ATP is produced in the
electron transport chain. The action of counter-rotating
sheets of protons speed up the movement of electrons
along a mitochondrial membrane, in order to form ATP, in microsecond
shifting of the membrane potential. How molecular sensors
in mitochondria trigger the cell danger response
during injury and infection. And how water clathrates form to draw viruses
from the outside to the inside of the cell, one of the strategies
utilized in viral infection. Educated pattern recognition is seeing
resemblances at many levels of organization. It’s the result of studying
different disciplines. It seems, the more things we know
and the more we look at things the more we see self similarities,
the fractal patterns. In the fields of science we see
spirals, filaments and shapes. When we measure their interactions,
based on energy input and output, we find the similarities in frequency,
waveforms, voltages, electromagnetic fields, which provide clues to how things work
from the very large to the very small. Thank you for listening. Researched and Narrated by
Jacqueline Greenfield Video Editor
Alexander Fournier

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