Philosophic experiments.

On this page I will not evaluate the usefulness of experiments which can be carried out only in special circumstances and with expensive equipment.

Such experiments can not be repeated in the kitchen or on a windowsill in an apartment, so they have an obvious drawback – we have to take the scientist’s word.

At the same time, there are the simplest fundamental experiments that allow to get a correct understanding of the world we live in. They are simple, safe and do not require great expense:
Turning water into stone.
Stone is the same living matter as living organics. It reproduces itself constantly and grows on water and mixture of water, organic matter, gases and other various infusions. Depending on the conditions of reproduction, stone can be different. This is a normal cobblestone and precious and semiprecious stones, limestone and nuggets, ore and clay, sand or salt, and so on.

1. Growing shells.
Pour distilled water or water with the known hardness (including seawater) in the aquarium and provide food supply for the snails with large limestone shells. Put the snails in it. Later pour only distilled water or water with the known hardness in the aquarium.

Within a year and even earlier (but later the effect will be more noticeable) you will be able to ensure using the measurements that the total dry weight of snail shells greatly exceeds the original weight of hardness salts in the aquarium, which, however, will remain in the water and not turn into shells.

The shells will come out of the woodwork.

Besides, if snails took material to build their shells out of water, the ability of the shells to desalinate seawater or distill fresh water (to purify it from the hardness salts) would be known by people.

But there is no such phenomenon in nature!
Many people have sets of conch shells or other shells.
Arrange them in front of you according to height and Imagine how it grows.
The stone must be alive so that it could be accomplished.
2. Calcination and incrustation.
Water is poured into a container and held for a long time without letting to evaporate. Water hardness is increases slightly, and on the walls of the container there is “calcination” in the form of limescale. This happens due to the reproduction of the stone. All is well immeasurable.
If you measure the hardness of the water entering the distiller, you will see that there is formed much more scale than there are hardness salts in the water. During boiling stone grows intensively.

The weight of the distilled water plus the weight of the scale is much higher than the initial water weight because the graviscopicity of stone is higher than the graviscopicity of water. Stone absorbs more gravitational matter than water.

3. Reproduction of gold dust.
You should take a transparent sealed container in which plants, insects and worms are grown on sand. The sand must be alive, i.e. it should not be calcined or dried for a long time. It would be better to take sand out of humus produced by natural or artificial soil desalinization.

For example, Russian black earth in nature turns into sand, iron ore, clay, chalk, depending on the region and conditions of the stone’s “growth”.

After raining it is possible to gather living sand in the gullies. Fossilized or river sand is living too.

If you have such an opportunity, add some gold dust. Or take river sand on a gold field.

Strictly speaking all the sand contains micrograins of gold.

During the experiment the amount of gold in the sand will increase.

The nature does not care what kind of sand you’ve put there.

All these elements, atoms, electrons, protons are pure fiction! In nature, everything is stone!

Inside the container with the plant is fixed (dusted with sand) a vessel with saline water for watering. The watering is carried out by inclination of the whole vessel.

The composition of water for watering and fertilizing can be found in books or on the Internet.
Make a number of these “parts of nature” with various plants, insects and worms. In some containers add humus to the sand.

The light should better be continuous, it speeds up the experiment. Avoid overheating and cooling.
Before the start of the experiment make accurately weight the already sealed container.
When the water ends up in the container (organic and stone will “eat” it) and plants and insects die, and enough time (in your opinion) passes after it, make a second accurate weighing of your “garden”.

You’ll see that the weight of the container increased, although nothing got into it from the outside.
It happened because the sand (stone) replicated and grew up “eating” water, humus, carbon dioxide.

The stone is more graviscopic. That is, it “soaks up” more gravimatter than water.

That is why your “part of nature” became heavier.
It is also necessary to make selective size measurements of grains with a microscope before the experiment and after the end of it.

You’ll find out that the size of the largest grains increased. The smallest remained the same size – these are the new “baby-grains”.

When versus initial weight of sand and of course you will find weight gain.

The “microgarden” grows in a transparent bottle, so if you have such possibility, make a spectral analysis of its content periodically. You can, for example, to bring the “garden in a bottle” to a specialized laboratory.

The results of a spectral analysis are interesting and informative.
Thus, experiments on growing stone clarify, inter alia, the nature of gravity through the manifestation of the properties of matter and gravimatter.

Various substances and various solid-state objects “absorb” gravimatter differently. The greater is the density of gravimatter, the greater its viscosity is. The greatest viscosity of gravimatter is on the Sun.

Thus we live as though “plumped into the resin”. The role of the resin plays gravimatter.
The whirlwind of invisible matter, forming the Solar system, has a disc-shaped median plane, which includes much gravimatter.

The Sun, planets and other objects of the Solar system, which rotate with this disc in accordance with the amount of gravimatter absorbed by each of them, are “glued” to the rotating disk with gravimatter.

The volume, density, specific weight and graviscopicity of a body are closely linked, because the invisible matter and the solid body form an indivisible whole.

The most “pacey” stone.
The most fast-growing stone is eggshell.

In domestic environment is not possible to carry out experiments and make sure that the eggshell is formed primarily not through the allocation of limestone out of the blood, but by the stone “eating” of water and organic.

To do this tomography and X-ray machine are necessary.

A variety of blood tests of the experimental birds on the content of the limestone must also be made.
The egg’s embryo begins to “be overgrown” with the shell not immediately, but after reaching a certain size. Initially, the embryo increases in size very quickly and the stone would not manage to catch up with it.

Thus there is very little time for the growth of the shell.

In a certain moment limestone is released from the blood on the egg’s embryo. As a result, a micro-punctiform grid of limestone centers of the stone growth is formed on the film covering the embryo. After this the growth mechanism of the eggshell itself starts.

The eggshell grows, “eating” organic and “drinking” water.
These experiments also show that the “circulation of water” and other substances in nature is an unfortunate and unproven fiction.

The absence of synthesis in nature.
Take a transparent plastic bag, put it on a houseplant, pump as much air as possible out of the package with a vacuum cleaner and tie it tightly to the stem of a plant so that the leaf part was inside the package. The plant safely lives as long as you like, although it must die very quickly, because inside the package it is allegedly deprived food and breathing at the same time.

Some readers write to me that the plant eats and breathes the carbon dioxide and oxygen, which are collected in the package as a result of the life of the plant. But it’s not true – it accumulates, so it is useless. And then it is clearly written in the textbooks that the plants allegedly take carbon and oxygen from the atmosphere.

In addition, if the plants raven on the carbon dioxide, which is allocated, it still turns out that plants themselves produce carbon.

But why would nature invent such ridiculous complexity – produce carbon in carbon dioxide, and then throw it into the air, then catch and drag it against the internal pressure of the leaf by some unknown way back into the leaf?

But this is only half the battle. It is also necessary to “pull” carbon out of carbon dioxide. As if it were so simple!

The nature would not get weird ideas! Nature infinitely wiser than people!
This experiment shows that photosynthesis is an erroneous doctrine. In nature, there is no synthesis. The nature lives on the principle of vitality – all goes forth and multiplies.

I described the philosophical experiments, which can be repeated by any person in ordinary life conditions. There are many such experiments on different subjects. Think, do, tell us.

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