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Old 02-27-2014, 05:15 PM #771
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Wouldn't paramegnetism simply describe the energies exuded during normal nutrient cycling? Cosmo linear energy in every handful of good compost?
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Wouldn't paramegnetism simply describe the energies exuded during normal nutrient cycling? Cosmo linear energy in every handful of good compost?
Pardon? Can you break that down for us slow guys?
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Isn't it simply an exchange of ions? Energy is energy. Copper is paramagnetic.
Doesn't that already happen in the nutrition cycle? Energy transformed, aligned, and released at the atomic level?

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Cosmo linear energy in every handful of good compost?
This is what I'm saying. Paramagnetic being the soil and foundational minerals sucking in the cosmic magnetism.

Apparently, Ireland is very cosmically "in-tune", through its mineral and soil make up and also the gardeners that built towers large and conical to bring in this energy.
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Well that settles it, I'm going to incorporate zeolite into my mixes and grow in pyramid-shaped grow tents.
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This is what I'm saying. Paramagnetic being the soil and foundational minerals sucking in the cosmic magnetism.

Apparently, Ireland is very cosmically "in-tune", through its mineral and soil make up and also the gardeners that built towers large and conical to bring in this energy.
"Sucking in" or radiating out or both? Cosmo linear energy. In sync with the universe. All based on the cosmos below our feet.

Cosmolinear energy through the passage of time, makes me do what I do and really fucks with my mind.
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Cosmic is, AFAIK, related to space outside of the earth unless qualified, e.g. 'microcosmic'
'cosmetic' hehe. May the force be with you Gelado!
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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.
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Shit, I still cant edit, this is getting ridiculous.

I meant to add, the plants have such a low energy magnetism (diamagnetic) that the magnetism carried from the cosmos and stored in the mineral content (paramagnetic) actually then overrides the plants force and feeds into the plants vital life.
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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.
https://physics.stackexchange.com/que...er-diamagnetic
https://periodictable.com/Properties/A/MagneticType.html
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.
https://www3.bell.net/soilfertility/index.html
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