CGN News: Dynamic Cloaking Technology, Magnetized Water Control, and Helioseismology Update

New research provides a much needed update to solar convection cell theory. It describes how the outer layer of the Sun, up to 200 000 km deep is more than likely composed of tall spinning filaments rather then the wider spanning “convection cells” of prior theory.

This much need update to helioseismology will improve solar forecasting which could help us prepare for the technological and biological effects of solar activity here on the Earth

What the article doesn’t mention is that solar activity has technological AND biological effects on organic life as well, including cardiovascular, neurological and behavioural impacts.

Furthermore those effects are likely being amplified by Earths weakening geomagnetic field strength combined with a higher influx than usual of galactic cosmic radiation from outside the solar system reaching interplanetary space.

This is why I think space weather forecasting is more important now than ever before and in my opinion will only continue to become more important in the near future.

A larger heliospheric monitoring initiative is required. Nations should be co-operating to decode space weather and its impinging effects on the Earth as a smaller gravitational system.

With that being said, in other space weather news: Longer, lower time cycles have been discovered on the Sun. In chronoastrobiology they call it a “chronome” which is a pattern in time.

Scientists already new about shorter high pitch oscillations of about 5 minutes long which are “excited by convective turbulence near the solar surface and are trapped in the solar interior”

Now they’ve identified longer term movements associated with the rotational mechanics of solar plasma.

Credit: MPS/Z-C Liang

“The long-period oscillations manifest themselves as very slow swirling motions at the surface of the Sun with speeds of about 5 kilometers per hour – about how fast a person walks”,

In other news scientists have created matter from light by spinning ions of gold really fast until they produce photons (light particles) that collide and create matter-antimatter pairs.

Next they propose you may try colliding gamma ray photons in order to confirm that this theory of matter generation applies to the entire known electromagnetic spectrum.

Might this science one day result in materialization technology? Holographic 3D printing with light is already a thing for example. Think about the practical applications of creating matter with light!

Medical scientists invent an adhesive gel for closing wounds far more quickly and effectively. It is designed to mimic the material barnacles use to stick to hard surfaces.

“The new paste can adhere to surfaces even when they are covered with blood, and can form a tight seal within about 15 seconds of application.”

Cellular filaments have a “pulse” according to the Max Planck Institute for Dynamics and Self-Organization.

Much like how intergalactic filaments spin at the same rate, the fine hair like structured filaments on the surface of a cell end up setting the pace for communication and transport.

“In their role as controllers of large-scale fluid transport, motile cilia undergo cyclic beating strokes. By this, they communicate mechanical signals to neighboring cilia and collectively create so-called metachronal waves”

Similar concepts at play here between organic life and the cosmos. Whether it be through the exchange of “gravitational waves” or an interplanetary magnetic flux transfer event, time structured filamental exchange is a widespread universal phenomena and a good example of natural complex self organization.

Scientists manipulate droplets of water using a magnet, unintentionally demonstrating the feasibility that underground water is reacting to the Earths geomagnetic field.

It turns out that a superparamagnetic ring forms spontaneously around a water droplet when an oil based ferrofluid is introduced in to the mix. That ring helps scientists more easily control the water through magnetism.

Because iron can form natural ferromagnetic particles and we know that oil already exists underground is it possible that water containing iron and oil will respond to the Earths geomagnetic field more readily – in a similar way to the above experiment?

Would this have implications for how subterranean reservoirs interact with surface water bodies in the case of flooding for example?

On the subject of ferromagnetism I’d like to mention my hypothesis about the potential application of rotating ferromagnetic superfluid Bose Einstein condensate in the field of antigravity propulsion (UAP).

I am a theoretician and I just find it kind of cool that UAP craft and underground water reservoirs may operate by similar principles of topological magnetic control.

In other news scientists have proposed a way to change the absorption and reflection rate of meta materials in real time. Up until now they were limited to changing one or the other, either absorption or reflection.

The new “chrono-meta material” likely named after its ability to change the reflective rate of electromagnetism (light) to match a desired period of time (chrono) will likely have incredible applications for dynamic cloaking, and uncloaking of craft or buildings that are built out of the material.

The idea being – once you can control the spectrum of light through a metamaterial then you can control the perception of what that material is from afar.

Now whether or not you can use laser beams to detect this form of cloaking is an open question. A while back I wrote an article about how laser beams could detect cloaking metamaterial technology from afar.

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