***   Bio–compatible Technology   ***

{ Bio–compatible Technology is based on the  Ideal  that if a system such as a person's home, were to be reduced to a water solution of atoms, one would then have quality plant food or a foundation of Atoms for quality plant food. }

A System That Can Run on Light and Air ! ?

YES ! –– But, there is a catch. First, You Need, your very own, Tortoise Shell.
( A Plan, and all the "boxes", materials and tools you will need. )

Then you will be all set for ...

Making Homes From Plants.

Listen to "Tommy Talk Radio" on Henry Ford's "Biological Car" and making things from plants.

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{ Through Learning the Science, that has allowed us to develop this technology in the lab, we can now transfer these craft skills and use them in other situations. }

It is really not hard at all.
And, if you ever need help, you can always call on a Wizard !!!

Henry Ford, (a wizard himself) brought the Soy Bean from China to the U.S., to make plastics and parts for his automobiles. George Washington Carver (another wizard) developed over 300 different uses for the peanut.

Plants have learned to hook atoms together, to form an endless list of useful substances. We can use these substances as building blocks to build other materials, by learning to hook the atomic electro-magnetic shapes together.


Industrial Products Made From Soy Beans


    • Enamels used on Ford Bodies
    • House Paints
    • Varnishes
    • Linoleum and Oil Cloth
    • Printers Ink
    • Glycerin / Glycerol — CH2OH•CHOC•CH2OH
    • Fatty Acids
    • Soap
    • Foundry Sand Cores
    • Vegetable Shortening
    • Oleomargarine


    • Molded Parts
    • Horn Buttons
    • Gear Shift Knobs
    • Distributor Parts
    • Light Switch Assembly
    • Timing Gears
    • Glues and Adhesives
    • Water Paints
    • Core Bonds
    • Plywood Glues


    • Mbers–Pressed Boards
    • Furfural — C5H4O2
        ( Used in the manufacture of furfural-phenol plastics, which can be used to bond silicon carbide into grinding wheels etc. Silicon carbide, the second hardest material known, and can be made from coal and sand by passing electricity through the mixture. I have also grown silicon carbide in fiber form using the VLS process.
        Furfural can also be made from corn cobs. – Tommy C. – )

These products and many others have been made in the laboratories of

( Henry Ford's Technical School in Detroit Mich. )

Plants and animals are mostly Carbon Dioxide and Water.

CO2 — H2O

Only about 0.5 - 1.5% of a plant's atoms comes from the soil.

Most of these atoms, were once carried by the air to the environment where the plant is growing. Rain, which was once a pure vapor, has about 400 ppm. ( 0.04% ) of impurities dissolved in or carried by the liquid water. In fact, rain drops need a seed particle of dust to start their growth.

These seed particle atoms may have been blown into the air by a dust devil and carried by the winds, or may have been spewed out from a volcano as smoke and ash, or even may have come from the millions of small meteorites that are shredded to dust as they crash into our planet's atmosphere. This means that part of us really is made from "Star Dust" — a very precious ingredient.

There is a magical molecular transformation that also happens in the atmosphere itself that produces nutrients for plants. Whenever there are electrical discharges, molecular nitrogen { N2 } and molecular oxygen { O2 } are energized and combined to form nitrates { NO3 } — the very mineral ion that plants require the most. The nitrates incorporate into rain drops and help dissolve minerals in the soil on their way to nourish plants.

3 O2 + N2 + ENERGY =====> 2 (NO3)

From Where Does This Energy Come ?

Light ?

Once upon a time it did, but, this energy has traveled around a bit before it found itself wrapped up in this nitrate molecule.

. . .

and finally turned into

A Plastic Home

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Tommy's  "Quest for a Practical Teaching Machine"
This page introduces basic principles to help realize these goals.

A Simple Overview of How Science Works.

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USDA Scientists Find Treasure in Peanut Skins

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The Tortoise Shell Hydroponic Reference Center
Create the Perfect Plant Food for Your Pet Plants.

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

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