Saturday, 11 October 2014

Higgs Boson Starch

I had already noticed in “Higgs Boson Conditioning (B)” post that one of the first decomposed materials due to Higgs boson conditioning is wood. This post comes today with some chemical interactions happening in reality due to the planet earth transition from the old orbit to the first new orbit of the new era of life. I am talking about the non painted wood exposed to the sun, to the wind and to the rain.

I think there are five interactions out there with wood; one of them is the interaction with the rain’s Sulphuric acid

Wood + Sulphuric acid → Decomposed Wood + Starch
Wood + Starch + Water → Algae

The chemical equation above has all meaning of wood decomposition; wood cells are a favourable place where algae grows, and starch is a perfect fuel to energize it.

What we are seeing lately is that the humidity has an extreme level most of the time, the more the wood is humid the more the water molecule penetrates it. Also the starch becomes liquid the more time is in contact with the water. Not only that humidity has a double effect with frost and with heat; in both cases wood has to loose it’s starch.

Wood + Humidity + Frost + Heat → Decomposed Wood

My big interest is with the wood and the helium electron neutrino (Heve) interaction; my experiment is there and I can see that wood is shrinking, and shrinking, and shrinking and the equation below is showing this interaction:

Wood + Helium electron neutrino → Shrinking wood

The last chemical equation has incorporated quarks interaction; alpha particles have the power to penetrate up to (10) mm wide wood, and a destroy of (1/ 1) million of wood cells is likely possible. The result is a free quarks submitted to the atmosphere and an empty space within the wood due to the starch ejection. Both the chemical equation and the drawing below have further meaning to this situation.

Wood + Helium electron neutrino → Quarks submission + Starch


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