Session 21 March 2020

Laurentien2

The Living Force
FOTCM Member
A friend of mine work for a company that transport explosive for mining and fire won't ignite the explosive. Without a detonator and an electric discharge the stuff can be handle safely. Maybe in Guana they still use some kind of explosive sensitive to fire but I doubt it. A canadien gold mine will probably use the same kind of explosive as here in Canada.
Just my 2 cents.
 
(Ark) I was recently interested in biofeedback machine that is supposed to monitor your brain waves and teach you how to achieve alpha state or delta state. I notice that these machines that were widely available 40 years ago disappeared from the market. Are they so beneficial that they were suppressed?

A: Yes

Q: (Ark) Should we get one?

A: Yes

Q: (Joe) Where do you get them?

(L) Have to find one.

(Ark) Impossible to find. But I'm sure they must exist but just secret. I mean, it's stupid! Now they are selling headsets which are supposed to monitor brain waves communicating with Bluetooth with your smartphone!

(L) That reminds me: Several people have talked about having hot flashes or waves of heat or sudden sharp pains and all kinds of weird sensations over the past few months. Is that because of the virus, or...?
Check out the QXCI system by a guy named Professor William Nelson. He’s got an interesting bio and he designed software that essentially reads the body’s systems in real time. He’s also written books about the quantum nature of biology and other subjects that show how homeopathy works and how allopathic medicine is killing us. Here’s a video and short bio.


The book he wrote, which isn’t easily found is called An Advanced Treatise in Quantum Biology. It ties into lots of the research that Pierre has been doing. Here’s a link to a chapter about mitonic radiation. It’s fascinating stuff!

 
A friend of mine work for a company that transport explosive for mining and fire won't ignite the explosive. Without a detonator and an electric discharge the stuff can be handle safely. Maybe in Guana they still use some kind of explosive sensitive to fire but I doubt it. A canadien gold mine will probably use the same kind of explosive as here in Canada.
Just my 2 cents.
That’s definitely an sight from a post blast. You’re supposed to separate detonators from the high explosives but who knows if that’s what happened. Consider that you live in Canada, where there’s laws governing the safe transport of explosives. Those laws don’t exist in Ghana or they’re easily not followed.

You’re friend is also dead wrong. Fire will definitely ignite explosives, it might not make them high order, which is the chemical reaction that proceeds faster than the speed of sound thus producing the blast wave. There’s a difference between ignition or burning and detonation.

All explosives are sensitive to heat, shock or friction in varying degrees.
 
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