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Does this explain H-block magnetic anomalies at Puma Punku and Tiwinaku in Bolivia ?
The marks of self organising coherent matter?
On 2nd January, I published a blog asking the question “How was Nan Madol built?”. It is advised to look at the videos in that document to understand what is discussed in this analysis.
On 14th January 2021, a subscriber to this newsletter called ‘Saku’ sent a link to the following video by Hidden Inca Tours researcher, Brien Foerster which was premiered for the first time that same day:
With the following question:
“Would interacting with large stones with the type of coherent matter technique you describe leave magnetic anomalies to the stones?”
Within 24 hours, I attempted to answer the question in this livestream:
@ 34:00, I say "less weak" when I meant "less strong"
@ 35:48, should be alternating layers of Al and polymer, then Fe
@6:45 - I discuss on the same poles were found either side of a fracture plane in Hutchison Effect samples. This was discussed in a previous video “Metal fracturing & magnetic pole anomalies explained” below
Here is another video where John Hutchison shows how a non-magnetic steel billet became ferromagnetic after being exposed to his effect.
@10:25 - Images of twinkle twinkle little star
In the image below, you can see how the ‘balls of fire’ self organise on the ends of the tungsten rods and on the points of high curvature on the nut closest to the cathode.
@13:53 - I discuss the cutting of tungsten by the coherent matter part of the sheath of the micro ball lightning (EVO) and then the magnetic alignment of the falling section.
At the end, we can see, just before it fades, that the micro ball lightning (EVO) / ‘ball of fire’ is attached to the end of the wire as if inserted through just the peel of an orange at its navel.
@21:55 - I discuss Boyd Bushman’s (Lockheed Martin researcher) controllable magnetic beam/pseudo monopole patent that could be used with the proposed coherent matter clusters on building blocks to move and manipulate them. This patent was discussed in the previous video “A clue to: Hacking The Neutrino Universe” below:
I propose to produce a few 3D Direct Metal Laser Sintering based models of the ‘H-Blocks’ using this model for testing in VEGA. Also pyramids (for obvious reasons). These would be tested in various orientations, face, back and end on to identify if and where self-organised structures form.
I suggest the use of Stainless Steel 316 which has the following chemical formula
Fe, <.03% C, 16-18.5% Cr, 10-14% Ni, 2-3% Mo, <2% Mn, <1% Si, <0.045% P, <.03% S
as it produces fully dense parts and is Austenitic, this makes it non-magnetic, however, exposure to self-organised ‘balls of fire’ (micro ball lightning) in the reactor, should produce changes in the crystal structure leading to the potential appearance of magnetised zones.
“Austenitic stainless steels have a high amount of austenite which makes them mostly non-magnetic. Even though grades such as 304 and 316 stainless steel have high amounts of iron in their chemical composition, austenite means they are non-ferromagnetic. However, if the crystal structure of an austenitic stainless steel is changed through work-hardening or special thermal treatment, then ferrite can form in some locations making the steel partially magnetic. - Source
When exposed in a VEGA experiment, we will have a visual record of the location of any micro ball lightning formations. Post exposure, we could use a ‘Nano and micro Hall-effect sensors for room-temperature scanning hall probe microscopy’. This would enable determination and mapping of any magnetic anomalies in the H-block model. This could then be compared with the observations of Brien Foerster.
If we were to make a SS316 anode from the above block, looking at the bottom right top down view. We might imagine that the self organisation would appear on the exposed convex corners as they do on the bolt in the ‘VEGA - Twinkle twinkle little star’ images above.
An attempted virtual reconstruction of the site was done in 2018.