11th July 2005 - 06:13 PM
The Albert Roy Davis lab has been researching the effects of magnetism on matter since 1936. That's when Davis became the first scientist in the world to discover that magnetism consists of two separate and distinct energies. North pole magnetic energy has the opposite effect of South pole magnetic energy. North pole energy spins counterclockwise, causes matter to contract and South pole energy spins clockwise and causes matter to expand.
In Magnetism and Its Effects on the Living System (one of four books by Davis and Rawls), Davis, and his associate, Walter C. Rawls, wrote about their discovery that magnetic energy exits the South pole of a magnet and reenters at the exact center (the Bloch Wall) of the magnet. There is no measurable magnetic energy at the Bloch Wall. From there the magnetic field reverses polarity (in the form of a broken figure eight), exits the Bloch Wall and enters the north pole of the magnet. The North pole energy follows the opposite path. Both are occuring simultaneously. It gets more fascinating when you consider that the forming of the zygote cells in the human embryo, and the division of cells are in the figure eight design.
Davis and Rawls exposed many species of animals to either the north pole or the south pole of a magnet for several hours. They always had a control group that was not exposed to a magnetic field. Next, these animials were put in cages with females so mating would take place. The offspring of the magnetically treated animals developed differently than normal. The south pole offspring grew much larger and stronger than the controls. Their intelligence was lower. The north pole offspring grew smaller, weaker and were more intelligent than the controls. These and other similar experiments were duplicated many times and the results were always the same.
In their many years of research they have found that magnetism can be harnessed to eliminate many diseases, increase plant growth, clean up toxic waste... The list goes on.
Many people have refuted their work without ever attempting to do so much as one experiment to see what the results are. Many other scientists and doctors have successfully duplicated their experiments. Several people within certain government organizations have been supporters as well. There is more information about the lab on the web, but there isn't nearly as much as there should be. Their discoveries are among the greatest that have ever been made in science.
24th July 2005 - 11:34 PM
Davis and Rawls describe in Magnetism and Its Effects on the Living System, their first book, that the currently accepted method of showing the lines of force of a magnet (Faraday's) is incorrect. The formulas and teachings in schools today are based on Faraday's experiment. There are other incorrect conclusions regarding the directional flow of magnetic energy that Davis and Rawls expose too.
Here is why Faraday's findings were wrong. "The use of a flat piece of paper with iron filings placed on its top and the bringing up under that paper a magnet to show the magnet's lines of force is incorrect and should not be used in textbooks of many types to educate students, because each fine particle of the steel or iron filings when placed in the field of the magnet under the paper becomes a miniature magnet in itself; thus the total picture is incorrect and misleading. As each miniature magnet then attracts and repels, the picture is distorted to present a mistaken concept." Davis and Rawls discovered that they aren't lines of force, but cables of force.
In science it is still taught that magnetism flows in one direction, usually said to be from the South pole to the North pole. Davis and Rawls discovered that magnetism flows in both directions simultaneously, S to N and N to S. This experiment proves it. "This test consists of a microscope slide, a few drops of diluted sulfuric acid, a medium power microscope, placing a magnet at each end of the slide, the diluted acid touching each magnet. Microscopic viewing after a few minutes allows one to see the energies of the two pole effects and the two directional movements of the sulfuric acid hydrogen bubble movement."
Yet another error that is still taught to students is that magnetic energy flows in a semicircle from one pole to the other. Again, this experiment proves differently. "The simple test to support this incorrectness is to take a three- to six-inch bar or cylinder magnet and place it on a wood or plastic table, any base material that is not magnetic. Next, take a straight pin and, holding it between the thumb and the index finger, place it at one end of the magnet. Moving the pin very slowly the length of the magnet, maintaining the slight upward pull, yet keeping the pin in contact with the magnet, at the exact or almost exact center the length of the magnet you will find one fractional place at that center where there is NO PULL. Therefore, no measurable amount of magnetism exists at the direct center of the magnet."
25th July 2005 - 02:42 AM
Now, try explaining that on a microscopic scale.
25th July 2005 - 04:03 PM
An atom is a small magnet.
25th July 2005 - 04:14 PM
What's the difference between a ferromagnetic atom (iron, nickel, cobalt) and a normal one then?
28th October 2007 - 08:09 PM
Here is an article about the research of Davis and Rawls that will surely blow you away, but if you don't truly have an open mind, you won't be ready for it yet. http://www.teslatech.info/ttstore/report/a...n1art/scope.htm