Impact of torsion fields on water and plants
One of the sources of a static torsion field is a permanent magnet. Indeed, the proper rotation of electrons inside a magnetized ferromagnet generates a total magnetic and torsion field of the magnet (see Fig. 36).
The relationship between the magnetic moment of a ferromagnet and its mechanical moment was discovered by the American physicist S. Barnett in 1909. The arguments of S. Barnett were very simple. The electron is charged, therefore, its own mechanical rotation creates a circular current. This current generates a magnetic field that forms the magnetic moment of the electron (see Fig. 36 a). A change in the mechanical rotation of an electron should lead to a change in its magnetic moment. If we take a non-magnetized ferromagnet, then the electron spins in it are randomly oriented in space.The mechanical rotation of a piece of ferromagnet causes the spins to begin to orient along the direction of the axis of rotation. As a result of this orientation, the magnetic moments of individual electrons are summed, and the ferromagnet becomes a magnet.
Barnett’s experiments on the mechanical rotation of ferromagnetic rods confirmed the correctness of the above arguments and showed that as a result of the rotation of a ferromagnet a magnetic field arises.
It is possible to conduct a reverse experiment, namely, to change the total magnetic moment of electrons in a ferromagnet, as a result of which the ferromagnet will begin to rotate mechanically. This experiment was successfully conducted by A. Einstein and de Haas in 1915.
Since the mechanical rotation of an electron generates its torsion field, any magnet is a source of a static torsion field (see Fig. 36 b). You can check this statement by acting on the water with a magnet. Water is a dielectric, so the magnetic field of the magnet does not affect it. Another thing torsion field. If you direct the north pole of the magnet to a glass of water so that the right torsion field acts on it, then after a while the water gets a “torsion charge” and becomes right. If you water the plants with such water, their growth is accelerated. It was also discovered (and even a patent was obtained) that the seeds treated before sowing with the right torsion field of the magnet increase their germination. The opposite effect causes the action of the left torsion field. Seed germination after exposure is reduced compared with the control group. Further experiments have shown that right-handed static torsion fields have a beneficial effect on biological objects, while left-handed fields are depressing.
In 1984-85 in Russia, experiments were carried out in which the effects of radiation from a torsion generator on the stems and roots of various plants were studied: cotton, lupine, wheat, pepper, etc.
In experiments, the torsion generator was installed at a distance of 5 meters from the plant. The radiation pattern captured simultaneously the stems and roots of the plant. In fig. 37 presents the results of experiments on the measurement of the relative dispersed conductivity (NDC) of plant tissues – the stem and cotton root in the generator frequency range from 1 to 512 kHz. The results of the experiments showed that under the influence of torsion radiation, the conductivity of plant tissues changes, and in the stem and root in different ways. In all cases, the impact on the plant was made by the right torsion field.
- Fig.37. The measurement results of the NDC cotton in the frequency range 1-512 kHz.The time interval between the curves is 2 min.
- The zero value of the MDP corresponds to the absence of exposure to torsion radiation.
|Fig. 37. The measurement results of the NDC cotton in the frequency range 1-512 kHz.The time interval between the curves is 2 min. |
The zero value of the MDP corresponds to the absence of exposure to torsion radiation.
Shipov G.I. The theory of physical vacuum. Part six: “Experimental manifestations of torsion fields”, Section 1 // “Academy of Trinitarianism”, Moscow, El. No. 77-6567,publ.10795, 05.11.2003