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O-Day - Geopolymer?
Back to the future ... stone age edition
What is a volcano really? What is in spring water? What is special about limestone and basalt? Can we use what we know and what we have witnessed, to propose methods of geo-polymer construction?
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The title frame is from an embroidered cloth I found draped over a small table, in what the local community describe as “a culturally important byzantine era chapel”, perched high on a steep hillside near the ancient trading town of Amfissa, near Delphi, Greece. In this town, they found a hoard of ancient coins, not only from all over Greece, but also from Syria and Alexandria.
Some things to think on
Sho sent me this on the morning before I departed for Japan, it had then only recently been recorded. Note that he is saying that the lower blocks ARE from the quarry and are rendered over. The higher blocks are fully geopolymer, but have the SAME elemental composition but no inclusions, dislocations and homogenous with single digit micron scale particles.
Then there is this video “Heinrich Kusch - Sealed underworld - Prehistoric tunnel systems in Styria” that Sonja TB pointed me to look in a comment on my “O-Day - Evening” presentation. Some extraordinary dating, association with religious orders, toroidal “energy amplifiers” filled with sand (quartz) and glazed surfaces on walls containing glassy spheres.
Lastly, I was pointed by to a video by one of the worlds leading experts, Joseph Davidovits, in the theory of ‘Geopolymer’ research, by the commenter “Martin” and it led me to the below video. I think the researchers points should be addressed. Please internalise the elements that are key to his argument.
Cartier, K. M. S., “Basalts Turn Carbon into Stone for Permanent Storage”, EOS, 20 March 2020
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