' Le germe n'est rien, c'est le terrain qui est tout.'
quote=Microbeman;6223215]Cosmic is, AFAIK, related to space outside of the earth unless qualified, e.g. 'microcosmic'
'cosmetic' hehe. May the force be with you Gelado![/quote]
Yes that would be the terran way of looking at things.
Originally Posted by Team.Lift
h.h., I do believe diamagnetic would be an opposing force, and as I tried to illustrate my thought pattern on it, the plants act as a diamagnetic force. The cosmos act as a diamagnetic force and the soil (minerals specifically) are the paramagnetic component.
So, "sucking in" may not be eloquent, but that is what I think these teachers are trying to describe.
I think it's ultimately humorous when people immediately jump on these bandwagons, you know, with anything that sounds a little preposterous; paramagnetism, biodynamic practice ...what else?
What is even funnier is when people disregard these same things with human egotism.
Many things are "far out", but a facet of the gardening culture it will remain, and especially with cannabis.
Then perhaps they are so normal that we don't see them. All things are balanced. It's only when we interrupt that balance that we start to notice it.
I guess I was somewhat wrong about copper being paramagnetic. At the atomic level, it does have an unpaired electron. At the molecular level it's diamagnetic properties take hold. At least according to Google.
This gets back to my original thinking. Using updated earthling terminology, I refer back to the microcosmos. The energy exchange in a handful of good living soil is in balance with the cosmos already. All things being one.
Here's some more reading.
it’s mighty sad when average health has declined to the point that people become fatally ill from exposure to a little animal shit.
Solomon, Steve; Reinheimer, Erica (2012-12-04). The Intelligent Gardener: Growing Nutrient Dense Food (p. 271). New Society Publishers. Kindle Edition.