Monday, December 23, 2013

Saturday, December 21, 2013

Cleaning the world's oceans... one particle at a time.

"Trapping discrete particles in fluids" is a patent application from 2009 describing a way to identify and extract particles for environmental cleanup and nano-mining natural resources.
Aside from technical discussions, the idea of counting individual particles connotes a responsibility that requires global participation.

I am looking for corporate sponsorship in developing the technology and to begin policy discussions internationally.
Andrew Bransford Brown

Wednesday, December 18, 2013

Locating funding or a company with a vision

It is my theory that matter is what occurs at the intersections of magnetic lines.  Each intersection is unique and might form Hydrogen, Oxygen, Gold, etc.  Since each intersection is unique it can be identified.  The "spirals" of the particle's magnetic fields will have predictable entry points that can be broken.

Recently they did an experiment at CERN that indicates exactly how to open the magnetic field to allow singular capture.  This is early research for the patent's implementation.

Stage 2 of that patent indicates that matter itself can be formed given a strong enough magnetic field.  Today, they use heat to create the pressure necessary for fusion.  They attempt "cold fusion" via chemistry.  However, it is PRESSURE (and time) which is important.  That can be done with magnets and creating a magnetic field powerful enough to fuse the elements together.  Now.  That is STAGE 2, NOT stage 1.  Alchemy comes to mind, and I do not mean to suggest that elements can be conjured out of thin air.  So back to...

Stage 1 is the identification of the specific shape of individual molecules and elements so as to design a trap for it.  Existing methods focus on chemical identification.  I am looking for an electronic shape signature.

Please concentrate on Stage 1.  Viability?  It depends on the quality of engineers committed to the project.  6 months to profitability.  SSRI molecule or other large non bio-degradable, possibly with country sponsorship and revenue for its effective cleanup.  Someone should check with the EPA.

Saturday, December 14, 2013

Theory of Magnetic Intersections?

The important part of this is the intersection at the magnetic lines cross.  Since magnetic lines are parabolic, perhaps it is redundant to say magnetic parabolas. 

I think it explains gravity and its directionalism.  Attractive vs. repulsive.  What was I thinking yesterday that explained it so well?

Friday, December 13, 2013

Theory of Intersecting Magnetic Parabolas

All of matter can be described as "intersections of magnetic parabolas". Someone suggested "intersections of physical parabolas", and I kind of agree, however magnetic parabolas is easier to think about.

Anyhow, viewing matter as the intersections of magnetic parabolas explains black holes as well as electrons and quarks. What happens to the "matter" at the center of black holes? Is it "infinitely dense" as some theories are forced to support? Or is it a smoothing out of the competing magnetic parabolas? Rather than posit an exit of a wormhole or something, magnetic parabolas explains without entering a new something into the equation.

Speaking of equations, it also explains infinite at both sides of the equation (going to zero and going to maximum). There is no maximum except to the extent that a red dwarf has a maximum mass.

FYI, E=mc2 is an interesting equation. As all of mathematics it is an approximation of reality and not reality itself. It is my belief that c2 approximates the intersections of magnetic parabolas, but does not accurately measure or account for all phenomena.

Wednesday, December 11, 2013

The intersection of magnetic parabolas

As I was walking to the library this morning in Brooklyn, it occurred to me that electron positioning, movement, and proton/neutron dynamics can all be described using the phrase "intersections of magnetic parabolas".  A 3-dimensional field of particles with complex intersections at varying velocities and pressures.

Perhaps I should have titled this blog "Particle Dynamics".  Or "so much for the 'shell'"? 

IE.  the shell of the atom or particle is the sum of the parabolic intersections surrounding the core.

One might say the core "particle" is in fact the intersection of the magnetic parabolas forming a clump.  However, its "particle-ness" seems a function of scale.  Is this the bridge between what appears to be energy into mass?  Heat comes to mind as I have not yet seen a satisfactory description of heat.

FYI, it is my belief and assumption that the core is "nothing" (until proven otherwise).  My other theory is the core is in fact consciousness and might be a piece of God playing.

Tuesday, December 10, 2013

"Water mining" and the future of filtration

Have you considered the implications of the patent application "Trapping Discrete Particles in Fluids"?

Mining for gold and silver in tap water looks to be feasible as well as designing things like a muffler filter that can be changed with the oil. One person suggested "magnetic hydrolysis" as a good description of surface mining.

My marketing phrase is:
"Cleaning the world's oceans... one particle at a time."

I am looking for corporate sponsorship. One patent per particle. Please think through the implications of counting individual particles from the world's oceans with public policy before "going it alone".

Andrew Bransford Brown
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