David Hudson's  "Grand Science Adventure"
( The Making of a True Wizard )

I was sent a 5+ hour videotape by Dr. Milewski, a retired Los Alamos Scientist who specializes in Advanced Materials.   The note on the tape said ...  
"Tommy — STUDY the Part on Superconductivity.   It is VERY GOOD !!!"

The tape has so much Wonderful Information, that I couldn't resist posting these audio clips.

Here, We are Exploring the Real Science that is Proving ...

All is One, and One is All, and We are All Together.

— Tommy Cichanowski —

[ David Hudson — a cotton farmer — is a very good story-teller. He is speaking to an audience of non-professionals about an adventure that started on his farm during soil analysis. He is talking about his personal experiences in the everyday real world of science, as he explores his obsessive mystery using the best analytical equipment on the planet. These audio clips present basic concepts, which must be understood by everyone who is involved with the sciences, or engineering.   For others, Hudson presents some very fascinating history about the Middle East and the "Dark Ages".

I have added material to help produce a very non-mathematical, "high resolution" look at the electromagnetic interactions of our bio-system.  Interactions between atoms is what chemistry and biology are all about, and is a main focus at this web site.   From an engineering stand point, the first and primary focus of our studies is to learn the role that electrons play in helping to manifest the dynamic world of which we are a part.

Electrons are binary creatures. They spin on their axis, buzz all over the place — usually in well defined orbits when single — and are used as "feed stock" for natural transmutational processes — radio is one example.  A radio tower is analogous to a flashing light bulb — flashing to ( with ) the beat of the music. Radio waves are a form of light ( electro-magnetic energy ) that we create from electrical power.

It is easy to view the electron's whole life style as one gigantic cosmic dance. The topic of superconductivity is very useful, if one cares to understand the nature of the dance floor, and the cosmic music, which makes these silver balls dance. ]

The Atomic ORME and S-ORME States of Matter

— Skip Overview —

( This information is essential for ALL physics and chemistry students — High School and up. )

The nuclei of some, if not all, atoms can exist in two different major states — the "High Spin State" and the "Low Spin State." Some atoms, at least, when in the High Spin State take on "superconductor" properties at temperatures near ambient. When in the High Spin State, atoms can exist as Mono-atomic entities ( monatomic ) — they are not chemically bonded to other atoms. Atoms of different masses have the same "Moment of Inertia" when in the "High Spin State." Also, when in the "High Spin State" atoms change their relationship with gravity and now manifest only 55.6% of the weight they have in the "Low Spin State."

Additionally when in the High Spin State, the nuclei of the atom distorts, and the shape progresses from spherical ( normal range – 1.3 to 1 ), to elongated, to dumbbell shaped ( in excess of 3 to 1 ) at which point it fissions. When the aspect ratio of the atom's nucleus reaches 2 to 1, the nucleus can switch to the High Spin State, and the atom reconfigures its shape and acquires the ability to interact in ( just ) two dimensions with other High Spin Atoms spaced at nodal distances — 6.34 angstroms.

High Spin Atoms do not have any valence electrons, and therefore are perfect insulators with respect to current flow. Their ability to carry power is the result their being able to flow independent electron pairs known as Cooper pairs — electrons with complementary spins. When the electrons pair, their magnetic vortices connect directly producing an entity with a large electric component and a small magnetic component — photons.  The magnetic energy pulls the two electrons together, while the electric component pushes them apart, keeping them seperated and maintaining their complementary spin. An additional axis of rotation then develops, and this is what gives the Cooper pair some properties of a photon. When in a superconductor, the Cooper pairs are held in the nodal orbits by the reconfigured Coulomb Force of the High Spin nucleus. The Photons flowing along the nodal wave complex have a velocity that is about that of sound ( according to Hudson – I think perhaps slower.   I also suspect, that the photon is without the vibration that gives it color. )

[ In air sound travels at about 1,100 feet per second. The actual speed is dependent on air pressure, temperature and humidity. Sound travels faster in water and faster still in metals. This topic of propagation velocity is very important and has many applications. ]

Normal electron current travels in the outer regions of an atom's electron shell, where the unpaired valence electrons travel to great distances from the nucleus. The "electron current," hops along these orbital regions, and sometimes an electron exchange occurs with an atom. The basic resistance of a material is dependent then, on how many electrons have orbits outside the positive screening field of the atoms nucleus — unpaired, valence electrons.  
— Related Material —

Before an atom can join the super conducting group, it must go into the High Spin State. And, before this can happen the atom must have all its electrons paired and pulled into the nucleus' screening potential. This allows for tighter magnetic bonding of the electron pairs.

Transition elements possess a unique property in that the electrons in the Partially filled outer orbitals can interchange under the right conditions with electrons in the partially filled inner orbitals ( d ). This is the underlying basis of catalytic reactions. ( A catalytic reaction is a chemical reaction that occurs much more rapidly than normal without the catalyst itself participating in the reaction. ) When they get close enough, they can release their magnetic relationship with the atom's nucleus, and form a closed magnetic loop with each other. This allows them to get closer still, opening the door for the transformation.

So basically, our "superconductor want-to-be" steals or releases an electron(s), and this operation turns the atom into an electrical ion — normally, a very good electron current conductor.   However, at this point, when the electric force comes into play, the atom goes into the High Spin State and becomes a perfect insulator with respect to electron flow. The atom now, has paired and pulled all of its electrons inside the positive screening field of the nucleus, and there are no longer, any valence electrons available to flow current.

In order for electrical energy ( power ) to move through the super conducting system, the electrons of the current must join to form "Cooper Pairs."  The pair then behave as an independent unit and take on an additional "Spin Characteristic" and become transformed into photon energy quanta.   [ Resonate circuits are used to perform this energy conversion / transformation in all broadcast equipment. ]

David Hudson discovered that the mono-atomic state can exist naturally and remain in a stable state in the transitional group elements. (ORME Orbitly Rearranged Mono-atomic Elements )

He also discovered that in this state, the atoms can join to become a many atom resonance coupled system of quantum oscillators, resonating in two dimensions, indeed perfect superconductors, at room temperature. ( S-ORME [ A many atom system of ] Super Conducting Orbitly Rearranged Mono-atomic Elements )

A superconductor is ...

a many atom system of atoms operating in two dimensions along a standing wave.

[ By definition, a superconductor is a material that is so in balance, "that it will
not allow any external magnetic fields inside the superconductor's domain." ]

A single atom in itself is not a superconductor.
You need to "conduct" from somewhere to somewhere.

[ In part 3, Hudson does a wonderful job of explaining super conductivity in simple terms. ]

A superconductor can respond to a magnetic field of 2 x 10–15 Ergs.
There are 1018 Ergs in a Gauss.   1 Gauss = 1 Maxwell per cm2

[ Gauss — a unit of magnetic flux density.   It has such a value that if a conductor 1 cm long moves through a magnetic field at a velocity of 1 cm per second, in an induction mutually perpendicular, the induced emf if one abvolt.   One abvolt is 10–8 volt. ]

The Magnetic Field of the Earth is 0.56 Gauss.

Special Properties of the  "Transition Group Elements"
They are in an uncertain state as regards their positive or negative electro-charge behavior.

There is a high population of these mono-atomic atoms occurring naturally all around us. Hudson measured 2,219 ounces per ton of mono-atomic ( monatomic ) atoms in his farm soil — his "ore" which he discusses in the sound clips.

Hudson also learned, through spending lots of his own money, that most of our "space age" test instruments are not calibrated to report on these mono-atomic atoms.  We know that these atoms are a part of our biology, and it is now known that they play a special role in our Brains.   ( The "old ideas die hard" at universities. )   Our health depends on us fully understanding the biological functioning of these mono-atomic atoms, and insuring that they are present in our diets.


Listen to David Hudson tell the story of his "Science Adventure."
Watch David Hudson in your mind, as he becomes a "True Wizard" during his Grand Adventure of Discovery.

( "Presented for the layman by a layman"   — David Hudson — Cotton Farmer )

"David Hudson at the Ranch"  —  November 16, 1995

Part One - mp3     Part Two - mp3     Part Three - mp3     Part Four - mp3

Discussions of Science Journal References and Test Results
Part Five - mp3     Part Six - mp3     Part Seven - mp3     Part Eight - mp3     Part Nine - mp3

Meisner Field Excerpt

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He used the BEST Test Equipment we have here on this planet !!!

He documented that ...

  1. There exists in nature large quantities of atoms that exist singularly — They are not bonded to anything — "Mono-atomic Atoms."  ( ORME – Orbitally Rearranged Mono-atomic Elements )
  2. The transition group of elements have a large population of these mono–atomic atoms ( monatomic ) existing naturally in nature.
    [ Hudson found large quantities on mono–atomic elements in the soil of his farm.

Since plants contain some of all the elements that are present in the soil in which they are grown, we need to learn the role these elements have in our biology.

These tests only measured Rhodium and Iridium.

Compare these numbers to a generic hydroculture solution.

Note:  One part per million of the essential element Boron, in a hydroculture solution, is Toxic to plants.

ORMUS Effects On Plants

  1. Elements do not display metallic properties until they group into clusters of 2 – 33, or even more atoms.
  2. Most of our scientific analytical instruments are only calibrated to detect the "metallic groupings" of elements and fail to report "high spin mono–atomic atoms" and single atoms (or small groups) as being present in the sample.
  3. Some of these elements can become "High Temperature Superconductors" when their nuclei are in "High Spin State."  ( S-ORME [ A many atom system of ] Super Conducting Orbitally Rearranged Mono-atomic Elements )
  4. Mono-atomic Rhodium and Iridium have been found in pig and cow brains at a rate of about 5% of the dry weight matter.  This suggests that these elements have a very important function in higher mammals ( at least ).   [ Mirror Neurons ]
  5. Many food plants, herbs, etc. can, and do concentrate these elements, when they are present in the soil. This is one indication of an essential element.
  6. Optimal Health most likely cannot be achieved without these elements in our diets — there are more than 34 different atoms involved.
  7. Super Conducting mono–atomic elements show great promise for advanced technology devices such as fuel cells and batteries and also, for the creation of new advanced materials.


The Second Part of Hudson's "David Hudson at the Ranch" Lecture
David Hudson's Historical Background Studies of the  "White Powder of Gold"

[ "Ark of the Covenant"   "Philosopher’s Stone"   "Holy Grail"   "Elixir of Life" ]

Heat is one component of the music — one instrument.

Temperature Conversions: – Enter a number in either field, & then click outside the text box.

Temperature in ...     Fahrenheit:   <====>   Centigrade:    

Zero degrees Centigrade equals 273.16 degrees Kelvin.

[ Kelvin temperature is the measure of vibrational energy Between Atoms with no vibration being equal to zero. ]
[ When we talk about the heat of a room, we are talking about the external temperature surrounding the atom's domain. ]
[ The atom also has an internal temperature, and this too is expressed with Kelvin Units. ]

The "Dancers" of Our Physical World, and Some of Their "Moves."

Important words, and relationships, which Hudson discusses — [ sub-atomic Parts, and Forces ].

Nuclear atom. — The atom of each element consists of a small dense nucleus which includes most of the mass of the atom. The nucleus is made up of roughly equal numbers of neutrons and protons.  The positive charges of the protons enables the nucleus to surround itself with a set of negatively charged electrons which move around the nucleus in complicated orbits ( Low Spin State ) with well defined energies.  The outermost electrons which are least tightly bound to the nucleus play the dominant part in determining the physical and chemical properties of the atom. There are as many electrons in orbits as there are protons in the nucleus.

"The nuclei of atoms are a few Fermi in diameter" – Fermi is a unit of length equal to ... 10–15 meter. [ The Crystalline Ionic Radii of Rhodium with a +3 charge is  6.8 x 104 Fermi. ]

The diameter of the nucleus is between 10–15 and 10–14 meters, and the relatively vast distance in which the orbital electrons circle about it is illustrated by the fact that this nuclear diameter is only 10–4 to 10–5 of the entire atomic diameter.

The electrons are arranged in successive shells ( q.v. ) around the nucleus, circling in orbits like planets and comets do around the sun; the maximum number of electrons in each shell is determined by natural laws, and the extranuclear electronic structure of the atom is characteristic of the element ( in the Low Spin State ).  Each orbital path can be occupied by two electrons if they have complementary spins.

The electrons in the inner shells are tightly bound to the nucleus; requiring high energy particles to alter. The electrons in the outer shells are responsible for the chemical properties of the element. — See Bohr's atomic theory, Heisenburg's theory, shell and sub-shell.

Nucleon. — Any particle found in the structure of an atom's nucleus. The most plentiful ones are neutrons and protons.

Nuclide. — A species of atom distinguished by the constitution of its nucleus. The nuclear constitution is specified by the number of protons, Z;  number of neutrons, N;  mass number A ( = N + Z ) and atomic mass.

Atomic weight. — Atomic weight is the relative weight of the atom on the basis of oxygen as 16.  For a pure isotope, the atomic weight rounded off to the nearest integer gives the total number of nucleons ( neutrons and protons ) making up the atomic nucleus. If these weights are expressed in grams they are called gram atomic weights.

Neutron. — A electrically neutral elementary particle of mass number 1. It is believed to be a constituent particle of all nuclei of mass number greater than 1. It is unstable with respect to beta-decay, with a half life of about 12 minutes. It produces no detectable primary ionization in its passage through matter, but interacts with matter predominantly by collisions and, to a lesser extent, magnetically. Some properties of the neutron are: rest mass, 1.00894 atomic mass units;   electric charge, 0;   spin quantum number, 1/2;  magnetic moment, –1.9125 nuclear Bohr magnetrons.

Proton. — An elementary particle having a positive charge equivalent to the negative charge of the electron but possessing a mass approximately 1,837 times as greet. The proton is in effect the positive nucleus of the hydrogen atom.

Angstrom = 10–10 meter —  a unit of length used in measuring the cyclical length of light waves.

Electron. — The electron is a small particle having a unit negative charge, a small mass, and a small diameter. Its charge is ( 4.80294 ± .00008 ) • 10–10 absolute electrostatic units, its mass 1 / 1837 that of the hydrogen nucleus, and its diameter about 10–14 m ( 10 Fermi ).  Every atom consists of one nucleus and one or more electrons.  Cathode rays and Beta rays are electrons.

Ion. — An ion is an atom or group of atoms that is not electrically neutral but instead carries a positive or negative electric charge. Positive ions are formed when neutral atoms or molecules lose valence electrons; negative ions are those which have gained electrons.

Ionization potential. — The work ( expressed in electron volts ) required to remove a given electron from its atomic orbit and place it at rest at an infinite distance. It is customary to list values in electron volts (ev.)   1 ev. = 23,053 calories per mole.   ( Mole = the Molecular Weight in grams,  multiplied by   6.02 • 1023 Atoms )

Electron–volt ( ev ). — Energy acquired by any charged particle carrying unit electronic charge when it falls through a potential difference of one volt.   1 Electron–volt = ( 1.60207 ± .00007 ) • 10–12 erg.
Multiples of this unit are also in common use: the kilo– ( 103 ), million– ( 106 ), and billion ( 109 ) electron volt.

Positron. — A particle of the same mass Me as an ordinary electron. It has a positive electrical charge of exactly the same amount as that of an ordinary electron ( which is sometimes called a negatron ). Positrons are created either by the radioactive decay of certain unstable nuclei or, together with a negatron, in a collision between an energetic ( more than one Mev ) photon and an electrically charged particle ( or another photon ). A positron does not decay spontaneously but on passing through matter it sooner or later collides with an ordinary electron and in this collision the positron-negatron pair is annihilated. The rest energy of the two particles, which is given by Einstein's relation E = m • c2 and amounts to 1.0216 mev altogether, is converted into electromagnetic radiation in the form of one or more photons.

Beta–particle, ( Beta ray [ ί ] ). — One of the particles which can be emitted by a radioactive atomic nucleus. It has a mass about 1 / 1837 that of the proton. The negatively charged beta particle is identical with the ordinary electron, while the positively charged type ( positron ) differs from the electron in having equal but opposite electrical properties. The emission of an electron entails the change of a neutron into a proton inside the nucleus. The emission of a positron is similarly associated with the change of a proton into a neutron. Beta particles have no independent existence inside the nucleus, but are created at the instant of emission. — See Neutrino

Alpha–particle, or alpha–ray. — One of the particles emitted in radioactive decay. It is identical with the nucleus of the helium atom and consists, therefore, of two protons plus two neutrons bound together. A moving alpha particle is strongly ionizing and so loses energy rapidly in traversing through matter. Natural alpha particles will traverse only a few centimeters of air before coming to rest.

Neutrino. — An electrically neutral particle of very small ( probably zero ) rest mass and of spin quantum number 1/2. When the spin is oriented parallel to the linear momentum the particle is the antineutrino. When the spin is oriented anti-parallel to the linear momentum the particle is the neutrino. Postulated by Pauli in explaining the beta decay process.
Whenever a beta ( positron ) particle is created in a radioactive decay so is an antineutrino ( neutrino ). The two particles and the parent nucleus share between them the available energy and momentum. Neutrinos and antineutrinos can penetrate amounts of matter measured in light years without appreciable attenuation. Detected by Reines and Cowan using antineutrinos from fission reactors and large scintillation detectors.

Gamma rays ( nuclear x–rays ). — May be emitted from radioactive substances. They are quanta of electromagnetic wave energy similar to but of much higher energy than normal x-rays. The energy of a quantum is equal to h • v ergs, where (h) is Planck's constant ( 6.6254 • 10–27 erg sec ) and (v) is the frequency of the radiation — cycles per second.  Gamma rays are highly penetrating, an appreciable fraction being able to traverse several centimeters of lead.

Photon. — A photon ( or Gamma-ray ) is a quantum of electromagnetic radiation which has zero rest mass and an energy of h ( Planck's constant ) times the frequency of the radiation. Photons are generated in collisions between nuclei or electrons and in any other process in which an electrically charged particle changes its momentum. Conversely photons can be absorbed ( i.e., annihilated ) by any charged particle.

Momentum. — Quantity of motion measured by the product of mass and velocity.
Cgs unit, — one gram-centimeter per second.   Dimensions, — ( mass • length • {time}–1 )
A mass (m) moving with a velocity (v) has a momentum, — [ M = m • v ].
If a mass (m) has its velocity changed from v1 to v2 by the action of a force (F) for a time (t), — ( m • v2 – m • v1 = F • t ).

Moment of Inertia. — A measure of the effectiveness of mass in rotation — [ the amount of energy involved in this dance move. ]   In the rotation of a rigid body not only the body's mass, but the distribution of the mass about the axis of rotation determines the change in the angular velocity resulting from the action of a given torque for a given time. Moment of inertia in rotation is analogous to mass ( inertia ) in simple translation. The cgs unit is g-cm2.   Dimensions, — ( m • l2 ).

If m1, m2, m3, etc. represent the masses of infinitely small particles of a body; r1, r2, r3, etc. their respective distances from an axis of rotation, the moment of inertia about this axis will be
      I = ( m1 • r12 + m2 • r22 + m3 • r32 + . . . )
or   I = The summation of all ( m • r2 )s.

Inertia. — The resistance offered by a body to a change of its state of rest or motion, a fundamental property of matter. Dimension, — [ m ]

Moment of force or torque. — A measure of the effectiveness of a force to produce rotation about an axis, measured by the product of the force and the perpendicular distance from the line of action of the force to the axis.
Cgs unit — the dyne-centimeter.  Dimentions, — [ m • l2 • t–2 ]. If a force (F) acts to produce rotation about a center at a distance (d) from the line in which the force acts, the force has a torque,   L = Fd.

Viscosity. — All fluids possess a definite resistance to change of form and many solids show a gradual yielding to forces tending to change their form. This property, a sort of internal friction, is called viscosity; it is expressed in dyne-seconds per cm2 or poises.
Dimensions, — [ m • l–1 • t–1 ]. If the tangential force per unit area, exerted by a layer of fluid upon one adjacent is one dyne for a space rate of variation of the tangential velocity of unity, the viscosity is one poise.
Kinematic viscosity is the ratio of viscosity to density.  The c.g.s. unit of kinematic viscosity is the stoke.

Coulomb. — The meter-kilogram-second unit of electric charge equal in magnitude to the charge of    6.25 x 1018 Electrons   =   the charge transported through a conductor by a current of 1 Ampere flowing for 1 second.   It is the quantity of electricity which must pass through a circuit to deposit 0.0011180 grams of silver from a solution of silver nitrate.
One picoamp = 10–12 ampere.

Abvolt. — The cgs electromagnetic unit of potential difference and electromotive force. It is the potential difference that must exist between two points in order that one erg of work be done when one abcoulomb of charge is moved from one point to the other.  One abvolt is 10–8 volt.

Volt. — The unit of electromotive force. It is the difference in potential required to make a current of one ampere flow through a resistance of one ohm.

Ohm. — The practical mks unit of electrical resistance, equal to the resistance of a circuit in which an electromotive force of one volt maintains a current of one ampere.

Conductance. — the reciprocal of resistance is measured by the ratio of the current flowing through a conductor to the difference of potential between its ends.  The practical unit of conductance, the mho, the conductance of a body through which one ampere of current flows when the potential difference is one volt. The conductance of a body in mho is the reciprocal of the value of its resistance in ohms.

Newton. — The force necessary to give acceleration of one meter per second per second to one kilogram of mass.

Maxwell. — The cgs emu magnetic flux is the flux through a cm2 normal to a field at 1 cm from a unit magnetic pole.

Nodal points. — Two points on the axis of a lens such that a ray entering the lens in the direction of one, leaves as if from the other and parallel to the original direction.

Centripetal force. — The force required to keep a moving "mass" in a circular path.  Centrifugal force is the name given to the reaction against centripetal force.

Quantum. — Unit quantity of energy postulated in the quantum theory. The photon is a quantum of the electromagnetic field, and in nuclear field theories, the meson is considered to be the quantum of the nuclear field.

Radiation. — The emission and propagation of energy through space or through a material medium in the form of waves.
The term may be extended to include streams of sub-atomic particles such as alpha-rays, or beta-rays, and cosmic rays as well as electromagnetic radiation.Often used to designate the energy alone without reference to its character. In the case of light this energy is transmitted in bundles ( photons ).

Power. — The time rate at which work is done. Units of power, — the watt, one joule ( ten million ergs ) per second:  the horse-power, 33,000 foot-pounds per minute, is equal to 746 watts.
If an amount of work (W) is done in time (t) the power or rate of doing work is   P = ( W χ t )

Potential ( electric ). — at any point is measured by the work necessary to bring unit positive charge from an infinite distance. Difference of potential between two points is measured by the work necessary to carry unit positive charge from one to the other. If the work involved is one erg we have the eletrostatic unit of potential. ...

Work. — When a force acts against resistance to produce motion in a "body" ( cohesive energy domain ) the force is said to do work. Work is measured by the product of the force acting and the distance moved through against the resistance ( which in many cases is inertia ).
Cgs units of work, — the erg, a force of one dyne acting through a distance of one centimeter.   Dimensions, — [ m • l2 • t–2 ].   One erg equals ...

  • 1 dyne-centimeter;
  • 1 • 10–7 joules;
  • 2.3889 • 10–8 gram-calorie ( mean );
  • 9.4805 • 10–11 BTUs ( mean )  British thermal unit;
  • 1.0197 • 10–11 gram-meter;
  • 7.3756 • 10–8 foot-pound;
  • 2.3730 • 10–6 foot-poundal;

Foot Pound is the work required to raise a "mass" of one pound a verticle distance of one foot where g = 32.174 ft./sec2.   The foot-poundal is the work done by a force of one poundal acting through a distance of one foot.

The International joule ( 1.000165 absolute joules ), a unit of electrical energy, is the work expended per second by a current of one International ampere ( 0.999835 absoulte ampere ) flowing through one International ohm ( 1.000495 absolute ohms ).

The Kilowatt–Hour is the total amount of energy developed in one hour by a power of one kilowatt.   One Kilowatt–hour equals ...

  • 1,000 watt-hours;
  • 1.3410 horse power-hours;
  • 668,449 Lumen-hours;
  • 3,413.0 BTUs ( mean );
  • 3.6710 • 105 kilogram-meters;
  • 8.6001 • 105 gram-calories ( mean );
  • 2.6552 • 106 foot-pounds;
  • 3.6000 • 106 joules ( absolute );   1013 ergs.

Lumen. — The luman is the unit of luminous flux — [ photons vibrating in the visable light region of the electro-magnetic spactrum ]. It is equal to the luminous flux through a unit-solid angle ( steradian ) from a uniform point source of one candle, or to the flux on a unit surface all points of which are at unit distance from a uniform point source of one candle. A uniform point source of one candle intensity thus emits 4 • ( 3.14 ... ) lumens.
One lumen = 0.001496 watt.

Metallic Elements in general are distinguished from the non-metallic elements by their lustre, malleability, conductivity and usual ability to form positive ions. Over 80% of the elements in the periodic table are metallic in nature.

In order for a material to have metallic properties, electrons must be free to run throughout the Lattice Structure. And in order to have a lattice structure, there must be multiple atoms to form a crystalline like structure. So, a single or a few atoms do not have a lattice structure and therefore do not manifest metallic properties.

Non-metallic Elements are not malleable, have low conductivity and never form positive ions.

Oxidation. — is any process which increases the proportion of oxygen, or acid-forming element, or radical, ( or removes electrons ) in a compound.

Reduction. — is any process which increases the proportion of hydrogen, or base-forming elements, or radicals, in a compound.   Reduction is also the gaining of electrons by an atom, or an ion, or a molecule, or a metallic cluster, thereby reducing the "positive valence potential" of that which gained the electron.

pH. — The pH notation is an index of Hydrogen's chemical activity, ( or the positive [ acid ], or negative [ base ] ionic activity ) in a solution.
The basic principles of the workings of pH in water solutions, can be applied when working with metals.

Paramagnetic materials. — ( are attracted to a magnetic field, but not magnetized ).  Are those within which an applied magnetic field is slightly increased by the alignment of electron orbits. The slight diamagnetic effect in materials having magnetic dipole moments is overshadowed by this paramagnetic alignment.  As the temperature increases this paramagnetism disappears leaving only diamagnetism.  The permeability of paramagnetic materials is slightly greater than that of "empty space."

Diamagnetic materials. — ( are repelled from a magnetic field but not magnetized ).  Are those within which an externally applied magnetic field is slightly reduced because of an alteration of the atomic electron orbits produced by the field.  Diamagnetism is an atomic-scale consequence of the Lenz law of induction. The permeability of diamagnetic materials is slightly less than that of "empty space."

Degree of freedom. — The number of the variables determining the state of a system ( usually – pressure, temperature, and concentration of the components ) to which arbitrary values can be assigned.

Colloid. — An entity phase dispersed to such a degree that the ( electromagnetic, inertial, + ) surface forces become an important factor in determining its properties.
In general particles of colloidal dimensions are approximately 10 angstroms ( 10–9 m ) to 1 micron ( 10–6 m ) in size.  Colloidal particles are often best distinguished from ordinary molecules due to the fact that colloidal particles cannot diffuse through membranes which do allow ordinary molecules and ions to pass freely.

Zeta Potential. — Zeta Potential is a measure of the electrical force that exists between atoms, molecules, particles, suspensoids, cells, etc., in a fluid.   Zeta Potential represents a basic law of Nature, and it plays a vital role in all forms of plant and animal life. It is the force that maintains the discreteness of the billions of circulating cells, which nourish the organism. The stability of simple inorganic man-made systems is also governed by these same laws.

Nuclear Magnetism. — Many nuclei have magnetic dipoles, and the possibility arises that a specimen of matter may exhibit gross external magnetic effects associated with its nuclei. However, nuclear magnetic moments are several orders of magnitude smaller than those associated with the electronic motions in an atom or ion. The magnetic moment of an electron associated with its spin, for example, exceeds that of the proton ( the nucleus of hydrogen ) by a factor of 660.

Gross external effects for nuclear magnetism are smaller than the corresponding ( electronic ) paramagnetic effects by the square of ratios of this order of magnitude, because (a), all else being equal, the external magnetism is reduced by such a ratio, but (b), the very fact that the magnetic dipole moment of the nucleus is smaller means that the thermal vibrations are proportionally ( to a good approximation ) more effective in reducing the degree of alignment of the elementary dipoles in an external magnetic field; thus all else is not equal, and the ratio enters twice.

Nucleus spinning in a magnetic field 
Top spinning in a gravational field 
The Precession cycle is the resonate frequency Techniques such as the Rowland ring are far too insensitive to detect nuclear magnetism. We describe here a nuclear resonance technique by means of which nuclear magnetism can readily reveal itself. This method is also vastly useful for studying paramagnetism, ferromagnetism, antiferromagnetism, and ferrimagnetism, in all of which cases the magnetic effects are associated not with the nuclei but with the atomic electrons. The nuclear-resonance technique was developed in 1946 by E. M. Purcell and his co-workers at Harvard. Simultaneously and independently, F. Bloch and his co-workers at Stanford discovered a very similar method. For these achievements the two physicists received a Nobel prize.

Magnetic Resonance Periodic Table — This periodic table is customized to be of most utility to users and researchers of magnetic resonance. The Biomedical Magnetic Resonance Laboratory and the University of Illinois provide this service to the magnetic resonance community at large to foster scientific communication and progress.

Period. — in uniform circular motion is the time of one complete revolution. In any oscillatory motion it is the time of a complete oscillation.

Acceleration. — The time rate of change of velocity in either speed or direction.  Cgs unit, — one centimeter per second per second.  Dimensions, — [ l • t–2 ].
The International Committee on Weights and Measures has adopted as a standard or accepted value of 980.665 cm/sec2 or 32.174 ft/sec2 for the acceleration due to gravity.

Amorphous. — Without definite form, not crystallized.

Crystal. — The "ideal crystal' is a homogeneous portion of crystalline matter, ( q.v. ) whether bounded by faces or not.
Crystalline matter is matter that possesses a triperiodic structure on the atomic scale. It is characterized by discontinuous vectorial properties that give rise to "crystal planes"  [ (1) crystal growth ( faces ); (2) cohesion ( cleavage planes ); (3) Twinning ( twin planes ); (4) gliding ( gliding planes ); (5) x-ray, electron, or neutron diffraction ( "reflecting" planes ); all of which are parallel to lattice planes. ]

Allotropy. — The property shown by certain elements of being capable of existence in more than one form, due to differences in the arrangement of atoms or molecules. — See Monotropic and Enantiotropic.

Anneal. — to heat ( glass, metals, etc. ) and then cool slowly to prevent brittleness;   to fire or glaze, as in a kiln.

Temper. — the state of a metal with regard to the degree of hardness and resiliency;   a properly proportioned mixture;   to temper steel by heating and sudden cooling — usually in oil.

Avogadro's Number. — The number of atoms or molecules in one mole or gram-molecular weight of a substance.
A number of values of the Avogardo number, which is usually denoted by N, have been found by various methods, generally lying within a range of 1% about the value ( 6.02486 ± 0.00016 ) X 1023 per gram-mole ( physical );  ( 6.02322 ± 0.00016 ) X 1023 per gram-mole ( chemical ).


SQUID   ( Superconducting QUantum Interference Device )

A SQUID is the most sensitive type of detector known to science.
It consists of a superconducting loop with two "Josephson Junctions".
SQUIDS are used to measure magnetic fields.

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A 122 channel SQUID
Laboratory of Medical Physics

Zero Point Energy  —  Tachyons  —  Ether  —  Gravity

Zero Point Energy. — The energy that remains in the vacuum ( "empty space" ) after all currently acknowledged energies have been subtracted.

Tachyon. — also known as "Zero Point Energy,"  is the modern notation, used by many, for the ancient concept of ether ( aether ).

About 1880, shortly after radio was discovered, the great mathematician James Clerk Maxwell wrote the equation that combined "Electric" and "magnetic energies into his famous wave equation which explains how radio works.

His theory says, that emanating from an antenna — a point source — a wave of energy is moving out into space at the speed of light ( in a vacuum ) and this radiation contains a large electrical component and a small magnetic component. This is what we call Electrical-Magnetic radiation or EM.

This type of radiation is comprised of photons which have vibratory properties. We divide this large electromagnetic spectrum where they can operate into subgroups for convenience of discussion. The spectrum encompasses; Gamma-rays, X-rays, UV, Visible light, Infrared, Microwave, TV, Radio, ELF and more.

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This electromagnetic spectrum that we work with daily, represents the solutions to Maxwell's equation using only positive numbers. About one hundred years later, professor Wm. Tiller at Stanford University, decided to explore the properties of the equations using negative numbers — the part of the graph that lies below the "X" axis.

This part of the graph describes another class of light energy that Tiller called "Super Lamination." This solution says, that from infinity — from all directions — into the point flows a "radiation" ( something ), that is mostly magnetic in nature and has a small electrical component. This radiation has a velocity of C2 ( the speed of light squared ) or 10 billion times faster that that of visible light. This energy can possibly account for what we call "The Atomic Weak Force."
( This may also help explain, why both Tesla and I have calculated propagation velocities faster than the speed of light in our experiments, when normal propagation velocities are expected to average around 85% the speed of light in our coils and broadcast feed lines. )

Tiller did very little with his new idea. He published a few papers and went on to work in other areas.

Could Tiller's concept account for some of the properties of "Zero Point Energy?"   Zero Point Energy would have to have a velocity very much faster than the speed of light if it is the causal force of Gravity, and it would have to be absorbed by "Matter," or more correctly energy domains.

Atoms follow the basic rules of our "Mechanical Universe."  If Zero Point Energy is behaving as a fluid, mechanical laws can account for many observations, and help us better understand Magnetism and Cooper Pairs.


April  2003
Today the  "String Theory"  is in vogue.

This theory states that strings of energy acquire motions, which produce the properties of sub-atomic particles, and these particles in turn, then produce our Wonderful World of Atoms.

Delightfully, this simple idea produces the simple particle set described above.  All those funny little particles with their funny little names are synthetic creations — hopefully some with amazing possibilities — and don't exist naturally in nature to any great extent.

And just as exciting, the "boys" playing with the big telescopes are telling us, that two-thirds of our Universe is made up of "Dark Energy" with the other one-third being actual matter.  Some 28% or so of this is comprised of what is called "Dark Matter",  leaving a mere 5% of our Universe, which can actually be seen with a telescope.  This "Dark Energy" is most likely the energy described by professor Wm. Tiller.

In the very practical sense then, this means that engineering practical devices is not very hard at all. The science presented at this web site will help you clearly see the ways we have learned to create a happy technological world.

Card Ten of the Tarot 
The Wheel of Fortune 
The dynamic system 
of the Physical WorldString theory combines quantum mechanics with general relativity, using a "new structure" of space-time.   String theory explicitly requires the existence of 10 dimensions for the math to work.   There is then an eleventh invisible dimension that is "curled up" into an infinite number of tiny loops within.

Particles interact by exchanging particles with other particles.   This is how gravity works.   Here we see the universal principle of "Breath" working throughout nature.

The Tarot speaks of ten principles that make up our dynamic physical world. Card 10 is the first expression of this dynamic world combining the interactions of the preceding nine static concepts into the first magnification of a dynamic system.   Its primary symbol, the spinning wheel, represents the continuous processes of death and renewal.   Card 11 is then the next dimension of our universe.   It tells us that through gentle action we can control the first 10 dimensions through the eleventh.   The operative word is "Gentle".


Engineering Cooper Pairs
A technical discussion of Dr. R. Raymond Rife's Raytube system.

[ A system capable of quickly and safely destroying harmful organisms — infections, bio-terrorist agents, cancer. ]


The more I learn, the more I see
The more it is apparent to me
That our whole Universe as it should be
Is a Joyous Dance, a Cosmic Symphony

It is the Breath of God filling a balloon
And our whole Universe singing its tune
Is God's "Music Machine" in the Balloon
On which He is playing a happy tune

Another Look at the Creation Story


— On the subject of Gold —

... orthodox medicine offers the gold therapy in rare cases — although it vehemently has persecuted as an "outsider", the only Physician who can explain the Action Principle of this therapy. The physician from Wuppertal, Dr. Aschoff, was able to show that gold can re-normalize the "magnetic" properties of the blood and thereby the basis for its "structural order." This is a phenomenon, which demonstrates the relationship to the effect of the previously mentioned Priorθ machine and which leads to new findings in cancer research. Silver has the opposite effect. It damages the electrostatic order (the parallelism of the electron spin) and it produces instead disorderly "electrical" behavior. For this reason, gold fillings in teeth are the treatment of choice. Silver-amalgam fillings do not belong there.
  — Reference —

Special Properties of the "Transition Group Elements"
My Original "David Hudson" Page

ORMEs Exist As Single Atoms and Therefore Are A Gas !!!
Observations and discussion by John V. Milewski, Ph.D. - Good Pictures

The Expanded Periodic Table of the Elements
as David Hudson Describes

  A Simple Overview of "Atomic Valance Bonding" and "Zeta Potential"  
This info is needed to understand David Hudson's description of screening potential.

Learn How Atoms and Colloids can Control Water Molecules
as David Hudson Describes — ( Described using Computer Animations )

"The Gravity Debate"  —  Does Gravity Push or does Gravity Pull ???
New investigations into gravity throw sizable doubt on Einstein's Theory of Gravity.

  Explore Our  "Magnetism Page"  
How Does Magnetism Really Work?

Understanding the Nature of Heat
The Atomic Wiggle Wiggle Dance

  Understanding the Electric Force  
We are just now beginning to understand.

Here is a definition for electron volts

Here is a definition for electron volts

This is rather nice Unit Converter

High-Spin Monatomic Research

An Introduction to the Mysteries of Ground Radio
David Hudson's discoveries help explain this mystery.

"Earth Energy and Vocal Radio"   Nathan Stubblefield
Are ORMUS materials at work here also?

"Endless Light"   Dr. Thomas Henry Moray
What was the makeup of this mysterious rock?

Physicists Advance Theory for New Class of Quantum Phase Transition
Rice University-led physicists have made a key advancement in understanding how complex quantum
fluctuations play a role in the transformation of metals from one electronic state to another.


BIOlogical TRANSmutations
More insights into Atomic Nuclear changes.

The world isn't flat !!!   Neither is the Nucleus of the Atom Static and Unchanging.

Using Hydroponics to Understand the Earth's Life Processes
On the Atomic Level.

 Tommy's History of Electricity and Western Technology 
"Those who do not remember the past are condemned to repeat it."

The Make Up of Our "Engineer able Atomic World"
We Know How to, and CAN Take Care of Everyone.

The Tortoise Shell Hydroponic Reference Center
The Art of Growing Plants with Mineral Water

The Wonderful World of Advanced Materials
Making Things, by Assembling One Atom at a Time.

 Tommy's Resonate Coil Project 
Needed for Superconductor Batteries

Maxwell's Equations in Magnetic Media
A static magnetic field is produced by stationary electric currents.

m-state (ORMUS) materials dissolved in water.
Magnetic Traps

The Art of Healing Ourselves
You Are In Charge of Your Body !

Tortoise Shell Web Site Link List
You Can Get There From Here.

The Tortoise Shell  "Science of Health"  Newsletter
— Putting an End to Disease on Our Planet —

The Tortoise Shell Life Science Puzzle Box – Front Page
Understanding the Puzzle of Life

All things can be considered by number.
                       YOU COUNT
The Tortoise Shell Life Science Puzzle Box 
Posted October 12, 2001

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