Aquifer, limestone, granitt & ionizing of air

edited August 2012 in General Science
Aqifer, limestone, granitt & ionizing of air

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  • edited August 2012

    I was curious, what Aquifer actually means :) so if someone else would like to know too, here's the explanation:


    "An aquifer is an underground layer of water-bearing permeable rock or unconsolidated materials (gravel,sand, or silt) from which groundwater can be usefully extracted using a water well. The study of water flow in aquifers and the characterization of aquifers is called hydrogeology. Related terms includeaquitard, which is a bed of low permeability along an aquifer,[1] and aquiclude (or aquifuge), which is a solid, impermeable area underlying or overlying an aquifer. If the impermeable area overlies the aquifer pressure could cause it to become a confined aquifer."
  • You forgot the most important thing :-)

    When water in an aquifer is forced, under its own pressure, through the tiny pore spaces, science has discovered that this generates electro-kinetic effects (streaming potential) and electromagnetic fields due to the friction, pressure and ion content of the water. 

    Scientific studies show how water can produce electro-kinetic effects:

        
    Mechanical engineers from the University of Alberta, Canada, conducted the following study: By flowing regular tap water, under its own pressure, through porous material (glass, or rock & soil) with tiny holes for the water to flow through, these scientists generated a continuous electrical current. They converted the hydrostatic pressure of water into electricity. And they could control the amount of electricity generated, 1). By increasing or decreasing the size of the holes for the water to travel through; and/or 2). By increasing or decreasing the ion content of the water.      

    This is exactly what happens when water travels inside an aquifer:     
    When charged particles (ions) from metals such as calcium, magnesium, and iron are dissolved in the underground water, they have the ability to carry an electric current (known as specific conductance). When friction is created by the water (and the ions in the water) traveling through the tiny pore spaces in an aquifer, and depending on the nature and concentration of the metal ions being absorbed, the pore sizes they travel through, and the speed and mass of the water, electrical fields of different force and wavelengths are generated.    

    The Earth’s Natural Magnetic Field:   

    The natural magnetic field of the earth is created at the core of the earth and rises through the earth and forms the magnetosphere. This field has both a magnetic and electrical component, and all life evolved within this field which forms a regulatory part of our own body’s bioelectric system. This is called earth’s natural energy and is necessary for human health. When electric fields are created in an aquifer due to pressure, friction and turbulence, this modifies the earth’s natural fields. This modification no longer supports the human body as it induces a stress reaction (environmental stressor).  

    This
    “environmental stressor” is also called “Geopathic Stress”. The meaning
    of this is derived from the Greek words (A). Geo means earth and (B).
    Pathic, from the word pathos, means suffering. Geopathic stress means
    suffering from problems originating from the earth. 

     

    And if you’re exposed to this stressor, your body will create a negative
    stress reaction as a way to defend itself. However, if the problem is
    not corrected, and you are exposed for long periods of time, your
    defense and immune system will weaken, and this can eventually lead to

  • Great information Thanks. It seems that not only Rock Gate was built upon an aquifer but also many of the ancient Pyramids and a fair number of temples and other structures such as Stonehenge have as well. The Bosnian pyramids still have measurable effects from the water flowing beneath and also many of the crop circles appear above aquifers...
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