Further discussion on potential geo-polymer casting technologies

Leveraging the ubiquity of Exotic Vacuum Objects (EVOs)

This is further discussion on the topic on geo-polymers following this article.

In the previous article, I suggested that Magnetite might me a critical component of techniques to work with Andesite. Following that presentation I established that studies of andesite show that it contains bubbles of magnetite within it. This opens up the possibility of a range of techniques using EVOs / Micro ball lightning / Coherent Matter phenomena.

In order to understand my discussion tonight, it would be helpful for viewers to review the following presentations (remember you can watch them double time on YouTube).

Hutchison Effect

Last year, after an extensive study of John Hutchison samples, I concluded that some form of magnetic ‘monopoles’ were the cause of metal failures in Hutchison samples. When I recounted that understanding to John, he told me that George Hathaway, a current consultant on the SAFIRE project, had concluded something similar in the 1980s.

Solin ‘Quantum Coherent Reactor’

Having widely discussed the importance of some form of magnetic ‘monopoles’ in the first two quarters of 2020, on the late August 2020, I came across the 1997 awarded (1992 application) Solin patent for quantum coherent reactor where he discusses that it produces ‘magnetic charges’ (27:57).

Magnetic ‘monopole’ production and capture by Urutskoev et. al.

In 2002, Leonid Urutskoev at the Kurchatov Institute, Moscow, was able to capture ‘Monopoles’ emitted from exploding wires, on 57Fe and proved both charges were produced.

Magnetic ‘monopoles’ in water

In 2006, Filippov and Urutskoev proposed that the Chernobyl power plant disaster was due to the aggregation of monopoles in the turbine process water (16:45).

In 2012, Perevozchikov et. al. were able to aggregate EVO quanta from the natural environment in water exposed to a 0.4T magnetic field and stimulate their release by laser exposure.

‘Monopole’ production in a beam line set up

In 2019, Bogdanovich et. al. at the Russian National Nuclear University, Moscow, fired a linear accelerated beam of electrons through conversion targets to make gamma photons and passed these though a magnetic field. He observed the production of two types of magnetic charges. line through magnets “coming off the surface of the magnets”

In case of the synchrotron experiment, it can be assumed that the monopoles were originally located on the magnet’s surface facing the median plane where the electron beam moves. The "halo" of the electron beam and a significant part of the bremsstrahlung photons fall on these surfaces and can initiate the output of monopoles due to the photoelectric effect and secondary emission, especially since the output is facilitated by the magnetic field of the magnet.”

This article will be updated in the days following the live discussion.