Extracting Molecular Fields from Audio, Video and Photograph Analogs

Jupiter and moon IO at NASA Jupiter Gallery

My research into tuning and replicating molecular fields has over time led me to developing a hypothesis on how these weak fields operate in the natural world. It is my view that molecular magnetic fields can be replicated as analogs by matching the weak field of material samples directly such as medications, herbs, geological specimens on Earth, the Moon (Apollo mission lunar rock samples) and Mars (Mars meteorites). There is also a weak field generated at each specific location on Earth and other celestial bodies that is unique to the aggregate molecular makeup for that area. Knowing the compound frequency approximation opens the door to replicating these fields either as  designer tuned material or a uniquely designed electromagnetic analog. Read more about this process here:   Human Pattern Recognition of Magnetic and Electromagnetic Fields".

Novel way to Replicate Molecular Fields
In 2015/2016, I began making field matches of molecular magnetic fields from a DVD containing one million photograph copies of the targeted item. Focused light reflecting off the configured DVD is altered and radiates an analog of the molecular magnetic field of the item. See "Easy to Make DVD Healing Generator" for more information.

Two key insights to this process are:

*** Biological systems respond to designer compound electromagnetic frequencies in the sound frequency range. 

*** Audio, video and photographs capture the dynamic interplay of the vibrating atoms of molecular structures as a composite for that area in the form of very subtle background noise and/or light spectrum that can be discerned from the electromagnetic field generated their analogs generated by an electrical audio coil, video presentation and photographs in a DVD setup discussed above. An analogy for this process is how a specific chemical can be detected in an area containing numerous chemical signatures through the sense of smell. In our case, we are talking about the unique molecular magnetic field of that chemical which can be detected and extracted.

Nuclear weapons testing extraction frequencies:

Bikini Atoll

I know this because of a particular pattern recognition ability I have with weak electromagnetic fields. It is a similar process to that of developing the skill of human echolocation but in this case it is the skill of interpreting weak electromagnetic fields and their physiological affect on the body and most likely other biological life.

This hypothesis describes a dynamic relationship and crossover from specific molecular weak fields to their electromagnetic field replication analog. 

One day a machine will be able match molecular fields in the same way that I do by hand and will open the door to monitoring, matching and replicating molecular magnetic fields in real time or as archival data. 

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