[Paleopsych] Monoatomic Elements
waluk at earthlink.net
Wed May 11 19:13:56 UTC 2005
Steve Hovland wrote:
>>A key to understanding monoatomic elements is to recognize that the
monoatomic state results in a rearrangement of the electronic and nuclear
orbits within the atom itself. This is the derivation of the term:
Orbitally-Rearranged Monoatomic Element (ORME <dward466.htm>).
A monoatomic state implies a situation where an atom is "free from the
influence of other atoms." Is this, perhaps, a violation of some very
basic, absolutely fundamental law of the universe -- which says that
nothing is separate? If such a law constituted reality, then a necessary
condition for monoatomic elements to even exist would require them to be
superconductive, just in order to link them through all distance and time
to other superconducting monoatomic elements. This would be necessary in
order to prevent separation. The question is whether separation is but the
Hi Steve, this is absolutely fascinating. Could you possibly elaborate on your last sentence....IOW, are you saying that separation doesn't actually occur and is only virtual?
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