Life unit Aging and Rejuvenation

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Life unit Aging and Rejuvenation

Post by bperet » Tue May 01, 2012 12:15 pm

Life units, a stable combination of material and cosmic atoms, differ from inanimate structures in that they have "length" in clock time--the combination only remains viable for a limited duration. The simplest life unit is the compound neutron, a stable motion between a material proton and a cosmic neutrino. Nehru's research indicates that, based on probability mechanics, that motion remains stable for about 13 minutes before the rotational vectors align in such a way that allows the two particles to break the bond and go their separate ways, ending the combination (death).

I attempted to apply the same logic to the larger, life unit structure of the cell, but with trillions of m-atoms and c-atoms involved, the probability of the cell experiencing death through motion vector cancellation was unlikely, to say the least. The cell bond between the material and cosmic sectors remains viable for millions of years, so the lifespan of the cell must have another cause.

The only time inanimate structures "die" is through radioactive decay, which is due to the isotopic mass--the accumulation of neutrinos in the atomic nucleus. When sufficient neutrinos are captured, the spatial rotation of the neutrinos neutralizes the temporal rotation of the atom, causing a birotation and dimensional reduction, changing the stable rotations to translational motion and being emitted as particles. Once it throws off sufficient particles, the atom can again return to the zone of stability, which is determined by magnetic and electric ionization levels. In the Reciprocal System, everything works the same way--the same rules apply, regardless of complexity, so I did some research along the lines of ionization causing cell death, through the accumulation of m-neutrinos and c-neutrinos.

Most medical knowledge comes from postmortem--a study of what happened after it died, rather than what is going on while it is alive. To see if ionization applied to the life unit, I needed to see what was going on in the living cell and that brought me to concept of rejuvenation and the legends of the Fountain of Youth--a miraculous water that could rejuvenate cells and reverse the aging process. I find it helpful, particularly with the Reciprocal System, to take "reciprocal" views when investigating a subject to find the common factors. In thise case, cell death and cell restoration.
The Fountain of Youth is a legendary spring that reputedly restores the youth of anyone who drinks of its waters. Tales of such a fountain have been recounted across the world for thousands of years, appearing in writings by Herodotus, the Alexander romance, and the stories of Prester John. Stories of a similar waters were also evidently prominent among the indigenous peoples of the Caribbean during the Age of Exploration, who spoke of the restorative powers of the water in the mythical land of Bimini. The legend became particularly prominent in the 16th century, when it became attached to the Spanish explorer Juan Ponce de León, first Governor of Puerto Rico. According to an apocryphal story that features a combination of New World and Eurasian elements, Ponce de León was searching for the Fountain of Youth when he traveled to what is now Florida in 1513. Since then, the fountain has been frequently associated with Florida. --Wikipedia on Fountain of Youth
I cross-referenced a number of legends about the "waters of life" from cultures around the globe from the 12th to 16th centuries, to see if there were any common characteristics. The legends are in virtually every culture and the descriptions of the process is similar. The primary element is water from a spring. The Taoists of China were a bit more descriptive than the Caribbeans that Ponce de León encountered, indicating that the spring was blessed by a goddess. That may not mean much to most people, but 'goddess' says two things to me: yin & bioenergy. Or to translate into more modern terms, "living water."

The legend related by Ponce de León is a bit more confusing as it started with a mistranslation of Beniny as Bimini. Beniny refers to an island where the fountain of youth is located, but it translates to the "Island of the Immortals," which is where the "youth" thing came in. Ponce assumed that Immortality = perpetual youth, and the artesian spring on the island of immortality became the "fountain"--hence, fountain of youth.

References to an island of immortality is found in virtually every culture that has a shoreline. If they don't have a shoreline, then the immortals reside at the top of a mountain, like the gods of the Grecian Mount Olympus. Note that an island is usually a volcanic island, meaning that it is just a mountain sitting in water. So the island isn't actually an island--it is a mountain. American Indians, East Indians, Africans, Norwegians, Japanese, Chinese, Polynesian... they all have the same myth concerning a mountaintop where people seem to live forever, and it has something to do with water and attitude towards life. Cross-referencing the various theologies and mythologies of these cultures, the location of this mountain becomes obvious. Whereas it is in a highly inaccessible location and my own ethics requires I respect the privacy of those who reside there, I'll leave it to you to figure out where, as it really does not matter to the topic of this discussion on aging and rejuvenation. What is important is the process and what it reveals about the life unit.

First, let me describe what this "fountain" can, and cannot, do. It cannot make your physical body immortal. It can restore your cellular energy back to about what you had in your early 30's, the point where your body stops growing and begins aging. With the cell energy restored, the body will, of course, rejuvenate to over 6-7 years. It is not an instantaneous thing. Even the legends of the island of the immortals say it takes a lunar month for the process to take effect (28 days) and several months before things start working again in older folks. One may get an immediate energy boost out of it, but it still takes the body time to repair and reconstruct. It will not heal you of anything that would not normally be healed naturally. Limbs and organs that were lost or surgically removed will not regenerate. However, many diseases caused by aging and a failed immune system will heal, as the body's immune system recovers.

With that in mind, let us examine what is going on at the atomic level of the life unit. What this process does is to restore the flow of Qi in the body, by eliminating the blockages caused by cellular aging.

In atomic physics, Larson discovered that atoms "age." Atomic aging is a result of the capture of charged electron neutrinos that increase the isotopic mass of the atoms (this is unknown in conventional physics). In perfect conditions, an atom can reach an isotopic mass of about 236 AMU before it dies. Carbon starts with 12 AMU at "birth," so that's quite a lot of room for growth.

In Basic Properties of Matter, Larson describes a thing called a magnetic ionization level, that controls the maximum isotopic mass of an atom. Here on the Earth's surface, it is about 1 natural unit, which means that any element starting with Uranium will be subject to decay--old age. The higher the magnetic ionization level, the lower the element that ages (becomes radioactive). It also imposes a limit as to the maximum isotopic mass an atom can have. For the case of carbon with a unit ionization, that's about 24 AMU, so carbon can double its mass before it dies. BUT... once it hits 14 amu, the ionization level starts the decay process and carbon-14 becomes radioactive.

This is what happens in the inanimate realm. My examination of the life unit has turned up something interesting. Magnetic ionization occurs when there is an imbalance between space and time; too much time, not enough space, so time (particles) are ejected to bring the system back into balance for the specific ionization level of the surrounding environment. However, the cell is composed of BOTH material and cosmic (temporal) atomic systems, so the cell is ALWAYS in balance. As the material atoms of a cell increase in isotope, so does the isotopic mass of the cosmic atoms, increasing the amount of space and time available to the life unit motion. The atoms INSIDE a living cell cannot become radioactive; the ionization level is always zero because of this balace between material and cosmic structures. (However, that does not prevent damage from external radiation or contamination by heavy, inanimate isotopes. Only the "living atoms" are immune.) So the atoms inside a cell can reach the highest isotope permitted by the external ionization level.

Now consider carbon, as we are carbon-based life. In electrical engineering, carbon forms the basis of a component called the resistor--because it resists the flow of energy. The denser the carbon, the more resistance it has to allowing energy to pass. And we are made of a LOT of carbon. When carbon builds isotopic mass inside the cell, not eliminated by radioactivity, the more the cell resists the flow of bioenergy--it blocks qi and prana. Once it maxes out, which I estimate takes about 130 years in our environment, the life force is literally blocked and the life unit breaks down and reverts to inanimate status. That is "aging"--an accumulation of "atomic waste" in the cell. It is the same process that atoms use internally, and why stars eventually grow old and explode as supernovae.

The high isotope level of cellular carbon has never been noticed, because of the very short half-life of carbon isotopes beyond an AMU of 14. Upon death, 90% of the heavy carbon will become radioactive and change into other elements within 3 seconds. After 6 minutes, all traces will be gone except for a minute quantity of C-14.

There is no known method to remove isotopic mass from an element. If there was, we would make a spray called "Nuke Away" to get rid of unwanted radiation. But that does not mean there isn't a method to do it--as apparently the Fountain of Youth does.

About a century ago, Austrian Viktor Schauberger discovered some unusal properties of mountain spring water, which he called "Living Water." (Living water will be discussed in a separate topic.) Water is a curious molecule, since hydrogen has a valence of +/-1 and oxygen, +/-2, using Larson's systems of valences described in Nothing But Motion. Carbon is +/-4. Because of this spatio-temporal symmetry, the same magnitude in both aspects of motion, from a chemical perspective one cannot determine if the atoms involved are material or cosmic. For example, m-oxygen has a magnetic valence of +2 and electric of -2, whereas c-oxygen has a magnetic valence of -2 and an electric of +2. In summary, inanimate water occurs when both hydrogen and oxygen are material atoms. Living water occurs when one component is a cosmic atom, therefore making a life system (life being defined as a stable combination of material and cosmic atoms). Living water therefore has some special properties--as well as a life span. (Proof that m-atoms and c-atoms can combine in a stable combination for a limited clock time can be found in the compound neutron, a stable combination of an m-proton and c-neutrino, and as described in Nehru's paper on The Lifetime of the Neutron.)

Neutrinos, in an uncharged state, have no net displacement [1/2-1/2-(1)] so they can easily pass through either m-atoms or c-atoms. However, when a neutrino passes through an m-atom and acquires a charge in the process, the charge is applied in the inverse aspect of the magnetic displacement. In the case of the m-neutrino, that is a charge in space, giving the neutrino a net, spatial displacement. m-atoms are temporal displacements, so the neutrino can enter the atom and move freely between atoms (space of neutrino to time of atom constitutes motion), but cannot leave the atom through the surrounding vacuum of space (space to space is not motion). The neutrinos will tend to distribute themselves evenly through a material aggregate, just like heat would, to a specific, isotopic "temperature."

To remove the isotopic mass of cellular carbon, one must remove the charge that holds the neutrino captive within the atomic structure. With the charge gone, the neutrino reverts to neutral status and just departs, being carried away by the progression of the natural reference system, not causing the cell any damage. So the trick is to uncharge the neutrino and let it be on its way.

A charge is a rotational vibration. The presences of ANY rotational vibration (such as an electromagnetic field from AC wiring) will tend to induce and sustain charge. So first thing about this "fountain" is that it must be located away from any source of vibratory electricity or magnetism--no AC, either natural or manmade. Second is to induce a rotational vibration that is equal and opposite to the one we want to get rid of, so it cancels it out. There is no material structure that can do that--but there ARE cosmic (antimatter) structures that WILL, for example: the cosmic atom in living water.

At the molecular level, the cell obtains its energy from the oxygen bound in water, not oxygen from the air. Since life is stable within life, living water absorbed by a cell will provide a c-oxygen source to the body. The c-neutrinos captured in the c-oxygen isotope, when bonded with carbon and its isotopic m-neutrinos, will cancel each other out as a birotation, releasing the charge as photons and allowing both uncharged neutrinos to be carried out of the body, reducing the isotopic mass of both the carbon and oxygen within the cells. Since the neutrinos can move around within the cellular aggregate like heat, over time, the net effect will be to lower the total, isotopic mass of both the oxygen and carbon within the cell. Heavy carbon can also be expelled as carbon dioxide.

The mountain of the immortals is a place that is outside of anything that could induce rotational vibration, where bathing and ingesting living water over a period of a month will remove the excess carbon isotope from the cells in your body, removing the resistance blocking the flow of Qi, and with proper meditative discipline, restore youth to the body. This could be repeated a number of times until you run out of telomere. By my estimates, under optimal conditions, that would mean the human body could live about 1200 years. In surface conditions on Earth, a reasonable estimate would be 600-900 years, depending on exposure to technology.
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hi bruce,

Post by duane » Wed May 09, 2012 6:00 pm

hi bruce,

so , sitting here reading this in front of the computer, my life just got shorter

all our modern conveniences are killing us

it's my carbon that's gaining weight, making me fat

interesting ideas

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Cosmic injury

Post by bperet » Mon May 21, 2012 7:08 pm

so , sitting here reading this in front of the computer, my life just got shorter
Actually, your "life" got longer--the clock time to your death got shorter!
all our modern conveniences are killing us
When I was a kid, modern conveniences were touted as making our lives easier. After a half century of using them, I have found the opposite to be true!
it's my carbon that's gaining weight, making me fat
Yep, and all this time I thought it was the pizza. Humm... maybe if I invent a cosmic pepperoni pizza, to neutralize all that excess fat by "dimensional reduction!"

My research here has led to an interesting place--injuries. We tend to treat injuries for the spatial properties only. Get a cut, stitch it back together. And the surgeon's motto, "if in doubt, cut it out." Got me wondering what would happen if we had a cosmic injury--the cosmic half of the life unit took "physical" damage in coordinate time. A spatial injury opens the flesh and blood pours out to clean the wound. A temporal injury would open the cosmic body, which would be felt as a tightening in the spatial body, due to the inverse relationship. The cleansing process which goes out from the cosmic body would be a "dirtying" process in the spatial body--a tightness in the body with associated pain from a nonlocalized source. Sounds a lot like an "emotional injury."
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Mortality and Immortality

Post by bperet » Tue Dec 18, 2012 9:09 am

While translating some medieval Latin records, I ran across the term "mortal," which in itself does not seem significant--until I started to look in to the etymology of the word.

"Mortal" is conventionally translated as "subject to death" from the French "mort" (death). But it is actually two Latin words, mors + alis. Mors means "death" or "corpse." Alis means to feed, nourish or support. The two words together "the feeding of a corpse" makes no sense, which usually indicates that the root was obfuscated over the course of history. Did some digging, and found that "mortal' actually derives from moror + alis, where moror means to "delay or hinder." Now that makes a lot more sense... mortal meaning to "delay or hinder nourishment (of cells)."

So what about immortal, which is translated as "eternal life." We know what mortal is, so that leaves the prefix to investigate, im-, which is a later form of in- that is commonly translated as a negation. I always thought that un- was the negation, so researched the difference and found out something interesting: un- is the negation of a concept (un-do), whereas in- is a "reversal" (of applicability; in-applicable). In other words, the im-/in- prefix says to ignore the next word, but leave the word there for context.

With that in mind, immortal becomes in-moror-alis, which means "providing nutrition."

I find this interesting, because mortal/immortal are referring to a nutrient state and actually have nothing to do with being subject to death, or eternal life. If you use this context for the old Taoist and Alchemical records regarding "immortality," it takes on a rather different picture.
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hi Bruce

Post by duane » Wed Feb 06, 2013 4:15 pm

hi Bruce

"Life units, a stable combination of material and cosmic atoms, differ from inanimate structures in that they have "length" in clock time--the combination only remains viable for a limited duration."

compare to this

"To be alive means to be a flow system that is free to change its configuration over time," Bejan said. "Dead are samples of, say, crystals or solid. Dead is anything that shows absolutely no movement.

http://www.pri.org/stories/science/rece ... -8742.html

a very interesting way of looking at things

bejan's website, constructal.org, appears to be hacked by someone selling viagra!

here is his twitter thing

https://twitter.com/constructal

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Bruce wrote:

Post by Horace » Thu Feb 07, 2013 5:06 pm

Bruce wrote:

The only time inanimate structures "die" is through radioactive decay, which is due to the isotopic mass--the accumulation of neutrinos in the atomic nucleus.
What type of decay did you have in mind here (alpha, beta, neutron mediated fission) ?

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Particle decay

Post by bperet » Sat Feb 09, 2013 5:35 pm

What type of decay did you have in mind here (alpha, beta, neutron mediated fission) ?
When Nehru and I looked at radioactive decay, we only found alpha, beta, gamma (including X-rays) and radio emission to be necessary.

Most of these other approaches are along the lines of "epicycles," because they don't have 3D time.
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Those neutrinos you mentioned

Post by Horace » Sun Feb 10, 2013 5:07 am

Those neutrinos you mentioned are predominantly emitted in beta decay, aren't they?

Is neutrino accumulation also harmful to life-units?

Neutrinos (and other beta decay products) are emitted isotropically from the point of view of gravitating matter, aren't they?

What about the point of view of life-units?

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Isotopes and decay

Post by bperet » Sun Feb 10, 2013 9:36 am

Those neutrinos you mentioned are predominantly emitted in beta decay, aren't they?
No. Electron neutrinos are captured by atoms, become charged and get stuck, adding 1/2 AMU to the isotopic mass. (See BPOM on Isotopes). Since uncharged neutrinos are neutral (1/2-1/2-(1) = 0), they are abundant in the environment, so atoms keep accumulating them until they reach the isotopic mass limit, at which point they become radioactive, to drop their mass back under the limit.

In Larson's theory, which Nehru and I concur with, rotation must be thrown off in discrete chunks, so that limits the emission possibilities to a double rotation (alpha), a single rotation (beta), or a birotation (normally gamma, but could also be X-rays or RF). Neutrinos would originate from the breakdown of the alpha particle, probably impacting something else (a likely event in a radioactive mass, given the energy of emission).

Of course, once you start liberating neutrinos, they get reabsorbed by the atom, raise its isotopic mass past the limit again, and start chucking out more particles, producing more neutrinos, ad infinitum, resulting in nuclear fission.
Is neutrino accumulation also harmful to life-units?
If you mean they accumulate in the atoms of cells, bind out the bioenergy and making the cells die, they yep, I'd consider that "harmful."
Neutrinos (and other beta decay products) are emitted isotropically from the point of view of gravitating matter, aren't they?
For material particles, yes, for cosmic particles, no.

Material particles are temporal displacements being emitted from the time region, which is bound to an absolute location in space, so they would appear to be emitted from the atom in a random distribution. (Probably NOT spherical; alpha would be emitted like a ring, and beta like a polar jet, the way supernovas look when they explode. But the atom is rotating and twisting constantly, so it would probably appear to be a spherical distribution.)

Cosmic particles are in the space region, so they would appear to be at their own absolute location in space and just pop out of the quantum form in the vicinity. (Might be misinterpreted as "background radiation.")
What about the point of view of life-units?
Life units are more of a space/time region, a composite of a space region and a time region. It is this symmetry that allows the mass limit to increase for atoms in a cell, beyond what it would be for an inanimate structure. So what you'd end up with is "all of the above", m-atoms and c-atoms that break down, both locally and non-locally. There are so many variables, almost "anything goes." If the atoms of the cell were in a crystal alignment, it could produce jets or rings, locally or nonlocally... there are a LOT of possibilities dealing with the two, 3D geometries involved.
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Manipulating directional distribution of nuclear decay products

Post by Horace » Sun Feb 10, 2013 11:00 am

Material particles are temporal displacements being emitted from the time region, which is bound to an absolute location in space, so they would appear to be emitted from the atom in a random distribution. (Probably NOT spherical; alpha would be emitted like a ring, and beta like a polar jet, the way supernovas look when they explode. But the atom is rotating and twisting constantly, so it would probably appear to be a spherical distribution.)
That reminds me of manipulation of the directional distribution of beta decay products by that spectroscopic technique called βNMR, mentioned here:
http://forum.rs2theory.org/node/452

I wonder if ordering the directions of those decay emissions would have an effect on life units.

e.g. is medical MRI healthy to my body or deadly?

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