This is a new field, being built from a combination of insights into ancient Chinese physics, modern conventional chemistry, and musical ratios. It is useful to anyone who wants to gain a new framework for engineering technologies that depend on chemical reactions.
Fundamentals of Harmonic Chemistry
by Michael Riversong
This is a work in progress. For the convenience of other researchers, draft copies are being made available as a set, including a small book and musical demonstration CD.
Harmonic Chemistry is a new, evolving branch of science which covers harmonic relationships between chemical elements. It is important for analyzing and predicting catalytic reactions, where the presence of a substance which is not changed itself during the reaction, makes the reaction different than it would be otherwise.
Chemistry as presently practiced has many unanswered questions and tends to generate unacceptable amounts of toxic wastes. Many of the problems in chemistry can be resolved by using Walter Russell's spiral conception of the Table of the Elements as a springboard for consideration of harmonic relationships among chemical elements.
These harmonic relationships can be classified in terms of musical ratios. This is possible when we consider that only four physical forces are presently considered by physics, and a fifth one seems to be also operative. The fifth force could be termed "Acoustic" or "Resonant". It cannot be found using conventional particle accelerator or cloud chamber experiments, as their noise covers up its operation. We must deduce its existence from observation of natural phenomena and the ancient Chinese five-force model of physics.
In this presentation, musical ratios are correlated with chemical concepts. The four forces recognized by conventional physics, which are: electromagnetism, gravity, strong nuclear, and weak atomic; are linked with parts of the Chinese model of physics. Then, the fifth force is introduced. Its correlations with recently observed phenomena such as "zero-point energy" and "scalar waves" are noted. Engineering implications for new transportation systems, gravity control devices, and elemental transmutation appliances are revealed.
Those who want to study this area in more depth are encouraged to obtain this set. It may be ordered for $25 + $2.00 shipping through either of the addresses at the top of this page. PayPal to the email address works well.
This is a volatile gas produced in a new way. It was originally developed by Bulgarian-American inventor Yul Brown. It has unusual properties. If one passes a hand through the flame, there is no effect. However, when the flame is applied to materials, welding happens. It is even possible to weld steel to brick with this process, which is impossible with other methods. Some researchers like to call it "Boom Gas" because it is relatively unstable in some applications, and must be handled with caution!
Currently Brown's Gas machines are available through several sources, with a number of variations. George Wiseman has developed one of the most effective machines. These can be obtained through Larry Oja: firstname.lastname@example.org 206-766-4963
Retailer Larry Oja with a George Wiseman Brown's Gas producer unit, July 2009. Note the 4 huge capacitors located inside.
Here is a good explanation of Brown's Gas and its significance, by a fellow researcher:
"Browns Gas is NOT simply a mix of hydrogen and oxygen gasses. It is a unique mixture with an ionic charge that sets it apart from a simple mix of the 2 gases. The main difference to a similar mix of the 2 gases is Brown's gas, when ignited, does not release much thermal energy. This allows it to go directly into the liquid water state, which is to implode. But igniting ordinary hydrogen and oxygen will release an enormous amount of heat, causing the new compound H20 to naturally be in its gaseous state, that of steam. The more that gets ignited, the hotter the steam gets which is the pressure factor behind a hydrogen "explosion." Its speed of ignition compounds the problem.
The common term used for a mix of the 2 gases in the same proportion as water is hydroxy. This mix is HIGHLY explosive. If manufactured as Stan Meyer did in a fuel injector/spark plug type unit to go directly into the cylinder, it becomes, as he proved, a highly desirable way to power an internal combustion engine. But transporting the mix any distance beyond a few inches is extremely dangerous.
Transporting Browns Gas makes little sense. With the proper unit, it can easily be made anywhere. But anyone who works with it confirms its manufacture consumes massive amounts of electric current. For that reason alone it is undesirable for locomotion application. Its creation would require much more power than a normal alternator could provide. And its "implosive" characteristic would require an engine that gets its power stroke in the opposite direction of current engines.
But Brown's gas does have 2 very desirable properties, namely its welding properties and even more valuable is its nuclear remediation capability. Power consumption is secondary to these applications.
...There are numerous ways to exceed the performance of archaic electrolysis as taught in academic textbooks. Stan Meyer succeeded, as did Puharich, Horvath, Kanarev and others. Even the Joe Cell (when the planets align right:=) appears to break the old performance limitations. Some used metallurgic catalysts, others manipulated the electronic signal, or both. Just because you can't buy it at WalMart does not mean it doesn't exist. ...I found an inventor showing something in a video clip on Google.Video recently that looked absolutely astounding, until a friend pointed out it was the same thing Nikola Tesla patented back in 1888, 118 years ago. Something Westinghouse no doubt shelved. And I wouldn't worry about hydrogen spoiling the ozone layer from automotive use. Read Kanarev's work and learn we have been taught wrong about photosynthesis too. Every Space Shuttle trip using those horrible solid fuel boosters punches a new hole in the ozone layer every time it goes up. That is a bigger problem. Hydrogen automobiles will return moisture back to the air with no imbalance whatsoever."
This is an opinion by someone who knows a lot more about the subject than the average bear. There are other possibilities, and other ways to state this same thing.
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