Practical lessons from space research LOFAR

Electrons react differently at different frequencies that transmit different energy pulses. The energy transmitted in these pulses determines the chemical or physiological process in which the electrons react. At lower frequencies, molecules start to rotate, or vibrate. At higher frequencies, electrons can jump to higher energy levels or even jump out of the attractive forces of the nucleus of an atom. Space researchers investigate the influence of all kinds of cosmic radiation on living beings. From one of those space researchers, I once got a very clear overview of the different types of impact of energy impulses on the behaviour of electrons

Overview of the different reactions of electrons in atoms on various energetic impacts. The shorter the wavelength, the higher the frequency, the higher the energetic impact and the more rigorous the reaction of electrons. Source: LOFAR, space research, South Africa (in cooperation with LOFAR Drenthe, NL).

This explanation is not so surprising if we look at the research on the effect of light and sound and ultrasound on metals and minerals (as has been documented very well by Prof. Mason in Coventry University). The influence of energy impulses on soil minerals is obvious from Mason’s work on minerals. This approach seems quite well-founded and is highly relevant for understanding the physiological reactions in plants and animals influenced by light or sound or other electromagnetic vibrations. It might, among others, provide an interesting perspective for understanding the role of cosmic forces in biodynamic agriculture and the functioning of para-magnetic rock powders.

Henk Kieft

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