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174 Viral Climate Restoration Via Amplified Archaea in Land, Sea and Air

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[00:03:56] Well, like Mitchell, see? And that's where the other product comes in the bio 20. Those really need to achieve.

[00:04:04] But here's the thing. Here's how I want to disperse the alchemical message through Seed and Fauquier. I want to take your. Our Kate warmest coat seeds and use it through many failures, I have so many big agricultural companies now, I'm talking to companies that have drones and believe it or not, drones are big. They're in 13 states in agriculture now. Everything from corn, hemp, cotton to survey and spray, they survey and spray. Now one of the best drone companies in the country is called me. Well, what do you have? It's organic to spread. And I said, well, I have about a dozen things. I have see crop. You know, I didn't mention you, but I could easily and I'm having a big pile of them about that. They want to know about these products to spray. And that's Thursday at twelve thirty. And actually, Speedy Veg is one of the first people actually decrying the kind they have microbial mineral failure. Yeah. These people are like you're talking about scale, scale. This is a wonderful drone company deciding that they want to take big data and bring in the whole system's organic approach to soil and land management. So big development. Hey, guy.

[00:05:28] This is Guy McGowan, a guy we got Ray.

[00:05:31] We were gonna ask you to give us a couple pointers.

[00:05:33] We know carbon is just one part of the soil health, but it's an important one. So we wondered if there is any studies or anything you can give us about archaea enhancing carbon in the soil, living carbon.

[00:05:47] Well. From that particular point of view, I don't know because that. That's just one item. All what? What I do know is that basically what cake is and what it does and since it does everything with everything on the planet and try to figure out which one does what and how. As far as study, Oppenheimer was the only one doing all the studies and all of his documentation is at the University of Texas. And they got a special it used to be in microbiology.

[00:06:31] Now it's the neural microbiology department and currently it's closed to regular people. But so relies on me beyond cutting edge and a lot of people can understand in any way. But that's where all this stuff is. Now, as far as how does it help soil for that? Well, it doesn't really. OK. Allows whatever's in the soil to do its job by reducing the stress of that particular situation, no matter what it is.

[00:07:14] It could be a forest fire or volcanic stone. So it doesn't matter wherever it is. The aren't care big will not realize it because of their basically their way of considering nutrients.

[00:07:29] They do not eat food like us. They only eat electrons. And that's that's the most that that kind of defines what they are and how they work. So what do you understand? Basically what that is then all of a sudden, what can the ark do? Well, they knew it. That's why Oppenheimer decided to stick with the technology to allow the industry to figure out what their protocols will be on, how they use it and how much and everything else.

[00:08:07] Because every industry on and on electron atomic molecular level.

[00:08:15] How do you define bio and environmental stress? What is Kraft's?

[00:08:21] Well, stress is anything that Mother Nature doesn't need to grow things, and the key term is genetic potential. Everything that we have through evolution of millions of years has been built up for a specific genetic code and that is change. And those like trillions of codes.

[00:08:47] But all those codes, if you remember, kind of high school stuff, the college are when you've got the DNA, but you've got RNA that controls all the things like, you know, brown hair, blue eyes, blah, blah, blah, whatever else. Well, everything in nature has some sort of genetic code that follow a chain from way back when they keep building on it and building.

[00:09:16] And of course, you know, mother, father together mixing, you make things stronger and better all the way down the line.

[00:09:23] So this is all fine and dandy.

[00:09:25] But the thing is, our care is the first lifeform of any planet anywhere, because they are from the quantum universe and they appear wherever things are supposed to be there and no matter what is there, will take care of it.

[00:09:49] Now, before that, before the quantum universe, he used the term, he said there's something something that you mentioned, the quantum universe. What was that term?

[00:10:00] For the quantum universe people, this is where we get kind of hard for people, I understand, and that's where we lose in the Converse conversation is basically there is God which we give it a name. And then there's like a movie called The Force is Real. The thing is, it is all around us and people couldn't figure out where or why. And of course, religions pop out of it and everything else. Over time, the thing is what I came up with an open hammer who's a lot smarter than me. That is that's very interesting that we live. You and I were all three dimensional objects. And so we live in a three dimensional universe. Does that make sense? Well, yes. OK.

[00:10:59] If so, if we live in a three dimensional universe, there are so many things that we can't explain. You know, ghost, somebody else dies in the family that three thousand miles away. We know about it instantaneously, you know. Do have you had that experience? I've heard that things. Sure. Yeah. OK. Now, always the big question is why or how. And then we start. Like no other man. How about gravity? Hit me in the head with an apple. All there it is, gravity. So what happens? What. What does it? Well, I sat around and thought that's why I've been thinking like that. And I was like two years old. An open timer said, hey, has a good dog guy. Because I told him that we are a three dimensional universe, you know. But we live with in inside one dimensional universe. So everything we got is here instantaneously because it is. There is no past or future. It just is. And we're three dimensional going in and out. So whenever we talk about traveling from one dimension to another, we don't have to do that. We call it God or whatever else. The thing is, it's all here. A comet. And it goes in a open timer's proof of this is that whatever you create a Gifford organic countdown and our chaos species out of thin air literally appears to break it back down into elemental form. Now that a dumb trick, I don't know what is. And so that's what it is we're dealing with forces that basically are natural. We don't count. We're not controlling anything. We're just you know, the old thing about we own own this planet. We didn't rent it for a while. You know, kind of a concept. And that's really, really true. So basically what you understand here is what we are. Because, of course, he and his uncle Jay Robert and his family friend now. But I'm trying to visit with every day when he was younger. Yeah. Little things like that. So he understood these things when I was talking about him, because even though he's a microbiologist, he understands. But this is basically how everything works. So open timer. He did his research. He focused around what he would consider. You have microbiology combined with physics, and in that regard, the special specialty in physics would be with the call that quantum mechanics. Because everybody knows quantum mechanics was like whatever was there, it just happened. And then you go look forward. It's not there. But all the count, all the calculations work. So this was here. It did. It did. It isn't the sense that I know there is something works every single time. Who the hell cares how it works? It just works, you know? So, Carl, the wall is figured out, every aspect of how it works. And don't try to tell you really by just how. So that's what he did. He created, of course, the ark of bio remediation industry after that because of.

[00:14:51] So this was Ray had another question, sort of a different angle to would be. You know what? You know, I've gotten what I was said. High energy, minerals, very energetic. So would that be a good combination of work with your case for, you know, the minerals work on the mineral side of things?

[00:15:11] Well, that's just dead. You're falling into the trap of three dimensional stuff, walking with a one dimensional being, which sounds good. It sounds a little odd. Well, I don't either, but I guess I'll stay with me a minute. What it is, is that. Arcadia, does it do anything? To make anything grow day, it allows it to do what it's supposed to do. So we know that. Yeah, everything needs minerals. We know that now. Why do certain things like, well, we're talking about this planet.

[00:15:52] And plants and animals. Why does it mean what it means individually and then collectively? Well, the thing is, we know that regardless of how our particular sun and planet and everything got formed, the combination of elements that is here is here, and we can magically change it for anybody else. And regardless of what political part of the spectrum you're at. Mankind could not possibly even get in the same universe to cause global warming. I mean, that is like you have to be really messed up and they had to even think that. So now we know where that's coming from. And it makes it makes that much sense. But so that they are chaos. Well, consume the electrons. Now, what does that mean for everything else? If you've got nutrients out there and here's the here's the cool part about, well, everything that scientists do in a microbiological world has identified by it has characteristics or and have you those telltale whatevers. They are chaos. Who has one function and gives the appearance of many different types of characteristics, one of which falls into the category that you're asking about is the nutrients is the archaea will allow those nutrients to come in and do their predisposed job according to that particular plan's genetic code.

[00:17:43] So it's not the fact that one mineral product is better than another.

[00:17:51] Just that the only way I can ever come up with the little kids toy, you know, you drop a little checker type things on a hole, you could cracks all the way down to fill that up. You know it should. You've got colors and everything else. Well, that's how the universe builds their genetic code over millions of years, literally. And you just can't pull it apart like the GMO people do and expect it to grow the right way.

[00:18:23] Well, you could still grow corn, but there's no nutritional value left because you took out the genetic code. You measure that, cut it and put something else in there. Majors and majors in a constant state of no, go do it. Don't do me like that.

[00:18:41] There's no nutrient value whatsoever.

[00:18:45] And on. Well, what I was getting at is a defector. Can you select from. What if I have a high electron, you know, energy mineral that with teeth. That is that.

[00:18:57] Feasible.

[00:18:59] Well, if it's going to use whatever, no drain is out there, and the thing is, if that plant, you know, soil, whatever requires that particular nutrient, it will utilize it and make it available.

[00:19:16] So that's the that's the key word to everybody. You can have the best of everything. I have nothing. But when you put the ark out there, because it reduces all those elements in account pounds down to elemental form, that's the water. That's the main characteristic. So when it does do that, regardless of the plant species or whatever, and when it brings it down into elemental state that is the building blocks of life. And basically, that's the magic key to the kingdom that basically does the immune systems. And all of the new citizens depend on those nutrients. The quality of something, which is either what the word is beyond is subjective. But if you take it looks good to you now, the only way you can tell and hopefully you've got a product and you know how to use it is that you've got your bricks readings to fall back on because everybody's opinions. But when you've got a little handheld computer that says, hey, here's the bricks for this, there's kind of like no doubting it. I mean, you're a store person or whatever. Customers got your job at the university hospitals and everybody recognizes that particular instrument. You cite Dominator as the go to instrument for crop health. Now, whatever you put into that mixture will show up and down the line.

[00:20:55] It's seems like magic, but if you can't record something unless it happens first, that kind of a deal. So if you put nutrients in the ground that you think is good and you get a tomato that say excellent, supposed to be 27 and you get yourself 20 or 22. I mean, you're headed the right direction. And most pesticides. Tomatoes are like 10 or less.

[00:21:25] No, they're eating a ton of tomatoes that taste like cardboard and say, wow. Why? Well, that's because they're not fulfilling the genetic code. And the reason that happens is because they got chemicals that kill the microbes. And part of the microbial system that brings the food flavor and the nutrient levels which kicks into the immune system, which allows it to become a tomato. All those things are dependent upon the archaea does for it are unfortunate. Archaea is the only species of any microbe that has the one and only genetic code for reducing count the organic compounds into the elemental state. And I guess that's the thing I used to play around with it having a little doll, you know, toy panda thing and a garden show and a big on it for recycle, RNA recycle because nothing else recycled on a genetic level. OK. Is it period in all the universe? No. There may be something else out there that we don't know about. As far as what we can see now, because of the scanning electron microscope, we can actually see the archaea, what they're doing. But I mean, it takes you know, not everybody cares about a 20 million dollar scanning electron microscope in the back pocket. So, I mean, they're huge.

[00:23:07] But anyway, that that's how things work. So any mineral, if that's really required and if you've got too much of it, well, fine.

[00:23:18] This is just it doesn't hurt. OK. One more. Allow it to hurt you. In this picture. It goes in and goes out because you at that particular plants genetic code has been fulfilled. And God is the only one that's going to know how much.

[00:23:36] When did when did Oppenheimer verify this with his electron microscope? What? What? What date? Oh.

[00:23:43] But what day? Because when he was a professor at the University of Texas. I mean, I think one day he retired and Nike died, so like from 1960, something, you know, sixty. I guess it was twenty five years almost to the day because he wanted his little retirement e-mail. They don't give him money anymore. So anyway, he did all that research and you can you can find it anywhere.

[00:24:17] As far as the pictures online stuff, the old problem of online.

[00:24:24] OK. If that the government knows how beneficial it is. And their job is not to help people. It's to make people want them and need them from basically from birth to death. And our care interrupts their thoughts on the subject. So for a story, you don't need them anymore. Garbage. Especially the mafia. People that run all the garbage things. No more. You can. You can take all your garbage at your house. Process it on your house and use it for the compost and electricity and cut off all of the infrastructure. I mean, how much money do you give people to make an infrastructure or anything? Electrical lines, water pipes, all this stuff is totally unnecessary. When you start using Arcadia and so you grow in your own food. Well, there goes the chemical farmers. All the chemicals they use is gone because you don't need them anymore.

[00:25:37] How about it? How would it obsolete the need for pipes, for water?

[00:25:42] Because you're I guess, the term that everybody is familiar with these days is a permanent culture. If you have your home, you know, a little bit of land and all of a sudden the garbage had to make it yourself. You can just put it like food crap. Tony gets in our bioreactor and arcades in there and it pulls apart the crap until it's in its elemental form. This is what it meant to warm both it does and all the things you've got nutrients. Their. You got your offer? No, it's not one elemental state and I energy. Well, that's great, because now you can have fresh drinking water within 24 hours. Oh, that's nice. You never have to worry about any bacteria or any infections, any kind of pathogen or parasite that you have. Okay. I will not allow those things to grow in their matrix that they already know.

[00:26:48] So you give into that test yourself with your own doctor just for blood tests. He'll say, hey, how many parasites do I got? I'll tell you what it isn't. Take just take a little spoonful of our case and 20 minutes later do the same. And you say, what were they all go? You know, I've had a friend of mine do that quite a few times and he goes overseas with construction jobs come back. It's full of parasites. So this is a natural function of the archaea. Almost everything is done at your home. You can make electricity, half of it, your food out of chemicals anymore. And if you're growing your own food and collecting your own rainwater and got your own greenhouses and underground water systems that never needs chemicals that you never need cause. You know, the city basically city monopoly that gives you water and stop it. That's code for hell, which is totally unnecessary. Just feed the people that they have contracts with a foot in the chlorine or whatever. And the chlorine is not to help you. Now, here's the part to keep out, like this is part of the global call of the American society. We don't know who is a good American or not.

[00:28:17] But back in the 1920s is when the whole let's say the shit started rolling downhill and we're caught in the middle of it. When they built the first.

[00:28:29] Our waste treatment facility in the state, in New York back in the 1920s, you know, they had to bring all that water from that lake like like 50 miles north or whatever. So they have these gigantic tunnels and waters. And then part of a gigantic plan was to have been on the chlorinated so-and-so and everything else. They're. And the guys that are all these big old boardrooms and what are they going to do now?

[00:28:59] Hey, I said we got the water coming in and we got the water clean and everything else. He said, now let's not do that.

[00:29:08] I'll tell you what. Because Oppenheimer, who picked it out himself, the idea in order to have. Clean drinking water. Part of that process is once you kill everything with the chemicals, which later refine out the arc. I did the same job with chemicals, but the chemicals are totally unnecessary. Nature cleans up the water for us. So that that was part of a big project, was to create a bubble. Did you know before the water got put into the water lines to your homes? It had to go through a bubbler and now other people know about bubbling chlorinated water. The old pool. Now the colonnade is different. And then there's a bubble out. That's why they made it. Because it was not doing its job as far as killing people efficiently enough.

[00:30:06] So that was a purpose back then. And the man I was a nurse and I took care of this particular gentleman. I was like 104 usual.

[00:30:17] They on that project.

[00:30:20] And they had all these old black and white sewed up on the wall. And he was telling about this. And that's what was going. Isaac.

[00:30:27] You know, I had I got fired because I wanted to finish the project.

[00:30:33] And next thing you do is build a public facility, you know, for getting the gas out and making sure it's safe and everything else is it. And they said now we decided not to do that. Literally the chlorine in the water. In the water. He said you can't do that. Pauline Kael. Don't you know humans are never, you know, 10 parts. For whatever of chlorine does, it builds up collectively in your system and destroys all of the microbes in your body which allow your immune system to work. And they say, OK. Thank you for your services. And I saw, I was told, pack up and get out of it. And his office was in this big office building in New York and all of a sudden he walked in. Is this all? He describes it. These big old wooden floors, white noise, make sounds. And in that room, he found the heads of basically the chemical companies, U.S. senators. You know, these guys from all over the place, probably the Bilderberg Group. And how do we control the world population and bring it down to 500 million people? How do we get away with it without being actually blamed for the murder, as well as stop the nutrients in the food slowly. And eugenics, eugenics, sex and stuff like that. I never talk about everything. If we just do the chlorine, that will take care of all of it for us and young, the generation after generation, all the genetic code dies out and then suddenly maybe as many humans left. And we'll just make sure that all of the royalties in the world meet never drink chlorinated water by Gary.

[00:32:28] They don't after they're rich enough. So that's how it works and no one's supposed to have it done. Oppenheimer comes up with that. Okay. Is that easy? We don't need to worry more. Here you go. And he was setting up things of the nineteen seventies in other countries. The as did. And if people find out so inexpensive, instead of having like 20 million dollar budget for your water processing, he's cut down to ten thousand dollars a year and so on. No, we can't. There's no money for the kickbacks. You know, for all the product sales and services. So people stop using it there. So my way of looking at it as a little business, I knew Oppenheimer was pure science and I'm not. But I learned a lot from him what it was that I could see that the great name of Oppenheimer, who was a customer towards and from the government down, couldn't get it done. This basically is uncle. Set the stage for the primaries and von Braun and all the rest of these guys coming from Germany. So they always moved right into their top slots. When I got over here because of that Operation Paperclip, little thing is called. This is why I'm an open timer. They should do what we say. They always have. I said get to work from government down. So when I started, you know, I was a nurse, took care of his mother.

[00:34:08] And then he's the guy you want to try to stop that. So he gave it to me to start out with for the garden and boom, the very, very first time. Not my guy. What is this? That was my dad.

[00:34:24] I was in awe of his great tomato plants were great. And the fact of the matter plan was four inches in diameter. Stock that had a woody texture up to the eight foot eight foot plant, six foot woody and his huge arms came out of it. And the tomatoes were like ready to go. And he said, well, it's supposed to work. I've never done that before. And then he said, I bet you got your son sandboxes there. I said, Yeah. This part of the bad character for a sandbox yesterday. I know there had to be some reason for it scientifically. And apparently silica sand is genetic that it allows whatever's out there a little bit extra to start everything involved. But the more silica you got, the fans, you know, microscopically became worse.

[00:35:29] But that really well. What's unique about silica and I can. Still the car. Every element has a purpose.

[00:35:43] Offers of similar car without man just nature.

[00:35:49] Is it is the element of evolution?

[00:35:55] It enhances, it strengthens and accelerates, you know, microscopically at an evolutionary stage, and they look at it. Wow, you've jumped one or two stages in evolution. One day you're a lizard. The next day you're a world late person calling yourself a blueblood. You know, something like that. Well, the thing is, everybody practices with that type of stuff. And they say, well, let's get the right nutrients in there and the right amount of rain and the right amount of water, you know, and make sure there's no chemicals or there's no pollution and do the best you can to allow that plant to at least live up to its genetic code. And if you want to speed things up evolutionary wise, which means get a refract dominant and do a British reading to keep track of things. You can have a healthy food which makes healthy people. And it starts by building up, which I believe you're you're doing a healthy soil. And all that healthy soil is it's nothing special. It's just that you are putting the soil back to where it's supposed to be in order to carry on a function that it was already doing, but was prevented from doing it like, you know, chemicals do this. Mother Nature said, I am going to work like that. Now give me the right cause and I'll go to work. So that's this. Everything is natural and so fortunate. We don't have to make anything. We just have to stop doing bad things to the soil and plants and microbes and everything else. And then nature does all the work, period.

[00:37:49] And so that, you know, we piss off these chemical companies because. What do you mean you don't need us? Well, I'm saying we don't need you. Get out of here. No, now. And all of a sudden people start coming up dead and Monsanto world. Oh, people, the media. They had I know. So-and-so ball factory burned down. Government officials taking bribes. Gee, imagine that.

[00:38:18] Our kid does what's map nature does using the arcade to bring things back to the more normal state of things that do not work.

[00:38:29] It's doing all of that, but the thing is, you know, nature will do its job if we allow it to do it now. No, that's just did and said we're not doing it open and is famous, what, lining up for students? We're not creating anything new. A new carnival, a new process or whatever. We're just allowing the plants to grow to their genetic potential by reducing the stress. Me stress could be anything, of course. But in this particular case, if you are spraying pesticides, which is killing the microbes which bring all the nutrients to the plant through the root ball system, all that stress, you try to plant all one crop in one area every single year, four or five rotations, naturally you're going to be depleted nutrients. And the big thing, of course, is we'll call it electricity. All soils need humus and a rack and some sort of electricity out there. So basically, you've got your compost and got you humus Halvorson A we take it out. There's no actual and measurable amount of electricity to we don't know where it comes from and we don't know where it goes. But if you don't have an energized soil and everybody comes up with different types of nutrients, that's what's great. You don't have to be perfect at it. It's going to put us put everything in and basically shake and bake. If you put it in the soil, what they are care, it's going to arrange it back the way it's supposed to be because it's had a few billion years to get it right. And every time you just close your eyes and yeah, that's what I did on a couple of radio shows and opened up. There was here in Austin and it was on the radio show talking about the nutrients in it. What would you know scientifically do this per square acre that I know that any say guy.

[00:40:39] What do you do with the ark? I said, well, first of all, close your eyes, turn around and throw it over your left shoulder and make sure you do it in a big wind. And then it takes care of itself. They do what the say everywhere.

[00:40:57] You get to concentrate the ball of other thought that kind of find the nutrients and to get charged, the ark will break it down into elemental forms. Image straight to the immune system of that particular plant.

[00:41:18] And that was it. And the I in a good way, describe it. You know, he was giving them the substructure of the soil and on. So it not girl. People don't understand this stuff.

[00:41:31] Hey, guy, if I'm going to get the maximum out, I don't care about her climate. I don't care what would be the maximum amount I could take. DeWitt.

[00:41:43] Well. Great.

[00:41:48] That's crazy. How much money, how much play can you take in that?

[00:41:55] I will. I'm going to the optimum. I'm going. I don't care about her timer's.

[00:42:00] I'm. I could send almost clear. Can your system handle because you got out. I just thought, well, and I'm going to answer. I'm going to answer the question of the maximum.

[00:42:09] So what is the maximum amount of market I could take daily? Maximum.

[00:42:14] I don't know when you do it. Let me know.

[00:42:18] Well, what's what have you experience with people thinking on the frontier that daring people that took three tape?

[00:42:25] Well, here's what the Canadian government did. They got their version like the US product safety or whatever they call it over there and they do stupid things. Of course, they use a fish tank with fish in it and say, OK, here's your RKO Powder Lobizon. At the time they were testing for us. And they put like in a 10 gallon tank with a little bubbler and all that cute little swimming plastics and whatever else. They got nice national goldfish in there. And so they took the recordings are authentic one and they give out a metric system is like one teaspoon, three tablespoons of blah, blah. And so I said nobody would have that much, you know? OK, I have it all. And apparently the fish were swimming in it and still alive.

[00:43:23] They said, that's impossible, sir. The clay. Well, the killer, not the ark. It clogged them up. And in a 10 gallon, they were putting in 10 pounds of our care, you know, 1 percent mixtures. What they. That's what Michel was without for the decade. And if they finally had to ten pounds of Arcadia, which is clay into this 10 gallon fish tank and I believe 10 gallon do that 80 times, they so basically about 12 percent by volume. So you're kidding. They said, why did they put that much?

[00:44:05] Everybody, you know, as you put more than one or two tablespoons of many things like coffee made or cream or whatever in your coffee, you don't keep dumping the sugar in until the couple just blows the day.

[00:44:18] They need to make sure it kills something so they can eat or how much it takes to kill it. OK. That's a strange way of doing it. But anyway. So it's, um, there's no amount of our care, just the arcade.

[00:44:34] Is that good? Yeah. That I can that you could take.

[00:44:41] Now that he doesn't as far as agricultural were all or, you know, people and plants are the same anyway. There is no minimum amount or no maximum amount is just what do you want to do and how fast you wanted to do it.

[00:44:58] I want it. I have everything I want.

[00:45:01] I want to go to the frontier. I want to be daring. I'm willing to get sick. I'm willing to have a headache. I'm willing to talk. Should I take two tablespoons a day of your product?

[00:45:12] Well, I always tell people one.

[00:45:15] One quarter teaspoon. Twice a week is all you need because it's going to go in and start working. And I don't know about you, but when you take a bite out of your sandwich, you know, a of they start shoving three other sandwiches in your mouth. You wait to the first one regardless. We got 10 sandwiches waiting.

[00:45:37] When was an effort twice a week. Yeah.

[00:45:41] Now that's what four people we call that a make it image. If you're a sick person who has cancer and you have low oxygen, blood levels and everything else, and there's certain things happen at that particular level. The only example or information I have is that with some old lady out there that I believe has stayed in Washington, Dr. Johnson, who is just traveling the country using his stuff like this minerals is there's almost type of minerals. And I mean, he uses a wife machine to stimulate oxygen growth in the blood system. Also, it helps it all work together as a jack. Okay. Does it make oxygen and makes it available? And when you're in the human body and you've got a disease because of it, then it puts the oxygen back into your body and heals the body, heal itself. That's when you stop needing doctors. When Mother Nature starts doing this job that you stop, stop the stopping of all of us to stop a major doing it. It is. Restores everything. Good. OK, good. Well, he had that good experience of, OK, I'm doing this job. So he was traveling the countryside, taking care of it. And one old lady, you know, if she is registered, can be lived out in the middle of nowhere with her gigantic house and just her cats and dogs. And she is like in her late 90s, she had stage four cancer, you know, got more gray hair and everything else. And she said, I want to be there forever. So he said, well, I can't do much for you. But so he cleaned up. Her cancer was from the blood oxygen. The best you could do is that she said, OK, lady, I want you taking, you know, these quarter teaspoons, you know, taking two tablespoons a day. This is OK. Around is really nice. And. And then he came back and six months because he left a twenty five pound box. You know, I only saw him twenty five pound boxes and he just gave me away to the people for free because he's a doctor probably doing good deeds.

[00:48:03] The thing is when he came back he couldn't believe it. Is it worse mis selling. So is it. I'm right here. So what's this. How come you're not a gray hair or lady, is it? I don't know. My hair started to carry back to its original color. OK. All my cancer is gone totally. My diseases are all gone.

[00:48:27] This is it. What do you do? I contribute. Yes. She was Jewish. You have to have a day, day, day. Either you can. Well, I'm getting a general internal point of view. Can you hear me OK? OK.

[00:48:47] We know they want to talk about promises associated with. Gigantic I. Why do we all come to help when we all come back? Oh, okay. Okay. I'll just say a bye. Okay. Okay.

[00:50:10] OK, about that. Yeah. Well. Well, it's still there.

[00:50:21] OK, you what? I'm talking like crazy for the sake of this communication problem here. Ask me that question. I gave you an answer and that's and we'll go from there.

[00:50:36] OK.

[00:50:37] I have a global nonprofit. It's associated with the company Quanta Quantum midi dot com. They have a global nonprofit infrastructure. They're related to non-profits from here to Africa. They want to treat seeds and they want to treat organic folios, whether they're applied by a tractor or a backpack or a drone. So they want to disperse the most evolutionary universe up the reverse of the chem trail planet. OK. They want to spray consciousness. They want to bring the most primal element to the land, sea and air. So they want to talk to you Monday about all of this. And they have the best qualifications. He was an executive in 15 companies. He was a director of three publicly held companies. He's absolutely a family person, a humanitarian, a Christian, a football coach. And he's associated with the brilliant bio physicist. And that person, Dr. Arthur McAleer from Russia, who speaks good English, will be on the phone with you Monday. And that tight range with me to talk about all of this. And the founder is Eric Reiss. He wrote a white paper on quantum residents. They have it patented, but they want to learn from you and they want to bring what they have to learn about the RKO legacy and see if they could be a major part of the renewal, the renaissance, if I could coin a term. The resident climate, the resident climate renaissance by dispersing this through every kind of Foley or drone airplane crop dusting, whatever, you know, the reverse of chem trail on a global level, just quietly doing it, not pointing out in an adversarial way the history of the elite and the chemicals.

[00:52:32] Synthetic, though, and I understand there is about three organizations in that same process. The one I know one man is, of course, he called me yesterday and sent me an email. I believe he is a good Christian man. Everything was his from church world services and he said were in Africa. I want all the other pleasures of on the poor and building villages and everything else.

[00:53:10] And part of that is clean water. And we are helping build up the peoples nutrients that are available there and help them grow their crops and clean the forth all at the same time, which you it does.

[00:53:27] And so he got a bunch of bull 2 years ago and he said, OK, we found that to be true. We're to here. So I'll give you a call tomorrow. And course, yesterday I was waiting by the phone all day and he didn't call. And then this guy Taylor did that.

[00:53:46] Here's the difference. I don't want to see a difference like these people are superior and I don't mind.

[00:53:50] Well, whoever you partner with. That's up to you as Paul Baldy. But the thing is, don't fly. See you within the week for sure. Because if he does not like this, he does not.

[00:54:01] They don't talk. They talk and they walk. They present an agreement, if you like it.

[00:54:06] They engage. They commercialize the market. They are legally compliant. They're highly ethical. And they have the nonprofit vision, as well as making money on restoring the climate, water, land, air abroad.

[00:54:19] Okay. Before you get down the marketing on screen, Paul does business and I do the science part. But let me tell you one thing that will make it easier for you. But first, don't have to talk so fast and so much to get me to do something, because Paul and I you know, we've a long time ago, we made up a decision, of course. Me and Paul said they a good idea. We don't partner with anybody. We ask them, what do they need? We make sure they get what they need and how they need it. And of course, asking all these questions and we are just like the chaos that allows the plant to grow while we allow that company or nonprofit to grow in its own marketing way, how it wants to grow and that we just teach it. Now, you want to do this with the village in Africa here. Then you do these five steps here. And if you're an industry like cleaning off the big ocean liners at every dot, because that's what they know international thing says you have to do. Well, here's how we clean out the pipes. You know, the discharge into the ocean floor is trying to convince you.

[00:55:37] I'll just say this however you define it. They're open to any model.

[00:55:41] They don't have to buy in for any intellectual property.

[00:55:44] They will work with you of whatever model pending the product, information free, a product to buy. And that's pretty much where we draw the line.

[00:55:53] Are there buyers? They will ask you for a free product? They'll probably order quite a bit from the beginning.

[00:55:59] I know. I've tried that. I'm giving it a minimum of what my my particular part of Mother Nature's thing is that the information came out, open our head. I just happened to understand it. And I was always wondering and here's a key part for me anyway. Others saying, why did call Oppenheimer the smartest guy in the world that can be HD? And his family's got over four or five hundred years of scientists in their bloodstream.

[00:56:33] Want me to take over the full year 2016? Yeah. Believe me. Said I got all these names. What were they?

[00:56:46] Oh, God. Oh, wow. Besides biology, microbiology, zoology, archaeology, chemistry. I mean, just dust down a lot. Anything has to do with life. No one did that. They run the weather. I don't mind the biology. I got everything in astronomy. I mean, he's got a cause. He's got uncles, his brothers and father and everybody. And he was just a real smart kid. And he joined the Navy back in way back when. Then what do I do? I don't know. Are you afraid of blood? No. Okay. You're going to do all the blood. Pathogen testing. Oh, OK. So that's how it started as microbiological career is doing what the military said do that particular day. And it's OK. Our test for blood. And then, of course, he was old enough to have worked. If they let us go to school. OK. And every school that has microbiological or marine biologists go out there and they get to work on a shift on summer time. Although when you got to work on those with somebody, they kind of got a little just a little famous. His name is Jack was still because you were. Let's amazing. They worked together. Yeah. We did work together. All right. Cleaning toilets. That's what you have to do when you're a student. I say he clean one toilet. I clean the next. That's OK. Good job. But yes, sir, he knew about all this stuff. But the man he knows about everything everywhere. And I guess this is nothing but a hand. And having his old crowd of friends, which I get phone calls all the time from these people. And it was just strange to make a robot arm or warn me I'll be getting strange calls. I mean, I'm not I'm not anybody special. I know. But give me one thing is of the person I was going to tell you about was Oppenheimer's best friend at the University of Texas. And he was the associate professor of all sciences that you take. Carl was the head job and he was the head master of everything. All the sciences against take 20 HD helps in that regard. But anyway, Dr. Ron Walker, his name, James Walker. Now call me Jan Tommy. Jan here for the call. OK. Hey, Jan, you know, this guy is like 87 years old now. But I was asking him and I told you about it. Oppenheimer, he called, never told us any of his secrets. He'd get everything at home because you had a famous or infamous way of stealing their professor’s knowledge and calling it their own because they learned it on the job UTI.

[00:59:48] So they were giving intellectual properties for free. They shouldn't.

[00:59:53] So you can all agree that you have degrees in physics and chemistry and math.

[01:00:01] I don't know.

[01:00:04] I understand that stub very much because this is funny as hell, it never got funny stories of some of my friends, but they're really not that funny. I always thought I was a pretty smart kid because I couldn't talk to anybody and make any sense. And that included my teachers in high school or the military. So I went about 13 out of 15 kids in our family. I was the only weirdo. You know, I had glasses. White came in and said it was all bad. I mean, I was the geeky and give. You ever saw. And I couldn't talk to girls. I couldn't talk to teachers or anybody. The stuff that came out of my head was pure science to me. What I can't possible high is you've got to think like this. So when I was working with Karl, I was a nurse taking care of his mother. And every time he start giving me some information, it wasn't helpful. His mother likes fresh vegetables. OK. Out to a dug up the backyard. And they gave me this gray powder to try this. Maybe it helps the vegetables. Well, it does. I don't know. I've never done it before. But, you know, these calculations say I should do this myth because that's what they all say I do. It's a whole new industry at that point. Is it okay if I do it? And that's when we started getting these tomato plants. I'd had over 200 tomatoes on at the same time and they tasted really, really good. You know, the pumpkins are cool. And I planted the beans with the corn and they produce a corn as one as the corn stalks. And then this cool that grows it every day. So Carl understood all this stuff. Dr. James Walker told me as an egg all he could eat all that stuff inside of his head. He wouldn't dare do anything else. I said, Really? And so I told him some of the secrets. And then as when I was working with open order. And this is a funny part, I guess. Carl, I. Anybody. And you got a job. You had a teacher or whatever, even especially a customer that's got his mother in your house, you know, usually come up to you and ask you blunt questions and ask your scientists, of course. And I've always been pretty smart. And I was. But he was the first one. I know they've done it. The military, of course, in high school and few others. But he's the first person they said, hey, how can you understand everything that I'm telling you? You have my. I go to meetings with BHP is all over the world. They have a very difficult time understanding how I explain the arcane and all the quantum universe. I don't know. It just makes sense to me. It's as easy as a dumb question. What's your IQ? Huh? I said, yeah, I mean, you can't understand Chevron as you got a really high heels. I don't know. They are. My Air Force reporters have 186. With my eyes curious and wide, I've got a 164. You're smarter than me. I know you got all AP HD and I don't have a single one. This is how it appears. Various things that I never use any of them. I just got it over there.

[01:03:52] Hey, guy. I have a question for you. You know, back when was the oil spill off the coast of Japan?

[01:04:00] Oh, God. Seventy eight. That's after nineteen ninety four. I know that much.

[01:04:08] K the mega board oil spill, which is on the video YouTube. If you haven't seen it, see it at first and it tells you everything are all a question to ask. Now, later, that seven minute video. And then it was after that because it kind of became famous. And did the Japan won in course, the Galapagos Islands was next. The big oil spill off the coast of Spain. That was another one. And it became kind of famous for that.

[01:04:43] But you right then here that you did that to me remediated.

[01:04:48] Yeah. What it was, is that, again, our government decided RKO was doing too good of a job. And so, as you know, the media, our social media and news media and the United States is totally corrupt. And when the business people tell him, hey, I'll report this bad about this good guy and make sure he doesn't get any news, newsprint or radio or TV. And so every time the Obamas get a job, it is dead silence. In fact, people that wanted to have things done get nowhere to look because they took it off the Internet and when people were flooding the end for Internet with all the good things at the arcade was doing. It's a large you can't be. Get in there and destroy them. So they came up with a complete fictional story on their care.

[01:05:48] Our care has DNA. No, it doesn't. I was discovered in 1975. Really? I don't think so. And they said, Dr. Woolsey from California is so-and-so Southern Cal or whatever. And I kept saying, you know, I was always on that too late in making those comments and insolvent. How dare you insult such a wonderful man? He discovered the ark. And you're trying to say somebody else did it. Not to say the man discovered it back in 1940. I find it difficult to believe someone else did Rees Government 1975 without any reference to the person who actually did do it. No, no, no. That's natural. No, and he's the first one. Because course under different. Literally. And so that they kind of got me in trouble with a few people. Finally, I did what I had to pick up the phone and Internet version found universally. Yes. Science. Microbiology. Movie. And I said, Hell, man. What I got to lose. I'm embarrassed all the time in my life anyway, and I won't make another one. So I could get the band phone. I called because I was the only. I was the only expert in the world of okay on the planet. The few people trying to learn. So that was easy.

[01:07:18] I mean, it's it's one of those things. What's the top temperature? You know, it's not as if it's like seventeen point five. I mean, it's it was so obvious what the difference is between our K and breakable bacteria and stuff. So this person I call, I knew all the facts. I was just asking basically, OK. I one to one questions. And he didn't know anything. And he was a man that spent years discovering and mapping out the characteristics. I was told. And he isn't. He's in all the encyclopedias and blah, blah, blah. And all of the Internet. Dr. Woolsey did this. I said bullshit. And I was asking the man. He had a real timid voice. No, I know. Yes. Out of start towards it.

[01:08:09] Yes. He said, you know the deal a little bit, right? Yeah, I know a little bit about their care. I said, oh, great. You know, I ask him what's the top temperature range? He's ever worried about 150 hundred sixty. Of course, the top range is four hundred twenty seven. So he missed that by hundreds. And I said, what's the P H range and everything else? Well, around five point five and maybe seven and nine. It's five point five and ten point eight. I mean he missed the missed every single characteristic about it. There had to be an end result. Of course, everything. He had fought for 27 with the highest recorded temperature, and that was from a volcanic vent in the bottom of the Pacific Ocean where they found samples. And it was next to a volcano that was spewing from the bottom of that ocean like. Ten or twenty thousand feet, whatever. Maybe so that's just a normal part, that's just characteristic.

[01:09:16] Okay, I had a question guy. Yeah. Up on the ocean restoration.

[01:09:21] How many miles that he cleared 24 hours with Ark off the coast. How it was except was that what was the scale of that? My remediation.

[01:09:30] Wow. That's a big question. That does not have an answer. Would you guess?

[01:09:39] Would you get 100 square miles or thousand square miles?

[01:09:44] I say yes, of course. And then no way. At the same time, we what it is. OK. With conservatively, conservatively, everything is different. Is it heavy crude or is it like crude? Is it calm seas, water shaking up seas? And that particular salt content hires at low. So all the parameters are different. And how much are you going to spray? Besides the cost ratio, or if they say go ahead and clean up as you can. And so he had that floor. And of course. That was built on top of a toxic waste dump, chemicals from all these companies. Years later, the Broward County, Florida water system sprung a leak and gotten mixed in with all this garbage ever seeping on into it. This golf club. Good. Anybody who's got money gets subject and they don't sue the band, right? They're sued the club. They got millions of dollars from these rich people. So what? I'm out to be open. I'm their son or daughter in law. Son in law. What is it? Hey, what's going on here is that they're charging them 10 million dollars a day because of the water and blood being polluted. OK, clean, cleaner up. He said, well, yeah. Ten million dollars a day. Fines.

[01:11:32] How vast is it? Well, I've asked, do you want it cleaned up? Well, they're expecting one of these EPA answers. Well, that's going to take these forms. And it's our approved list of cleaners. And you have to dig up all the dirt and all that off somewhere else and that. And of course, they were given all the EPA standard bullshit things. And it's about ten million dollars an acre to clean it up. So whatever size golf gold it is and cars and now they can take care of that. I said I said there we are here. And here's a listing from the United Nations, although it is already done and it is just figured out to test it. What's in it? They won't tell you how fast because of site one item. It's like 50 different chemical compounds all break down at different rates. OK. So he went and did all the testing and then you use chloroform and wrist band and I'll use Dave and DDT three DDT for. And he had all these chemicals in there. Is said, OK, well, we don't know. We're going to try. Sorry. They're not. I'll just put the maximum amount allowable. Basically, what the quality won't clog up and they spray the whole golf course with it. And all of a sudden the eyes and how long they took the readings, you know, version.

[01:12:53] He was a scientist and he degrees before, during and after. And he said the goal was this a hundred parts of this down, you know, like 50 parts per million are acceptable or whatever. And he lists like 26 or 27 different chemical compounds that were on the no list of the government. And it came about that. And is that OK? And he took measurements of that. On the eighth day. Everything fell within parameters of the government reports and it was still working. But it just said that the soil met the qualifications and the water going through the processing plant showed no more signs of chemicals coming into it, even though that water was like 30 miles away, that the processing plant. So apparently the chaos is what he added to his database. It has the propensity, I think he called it, to follow the food. You know, I mean, you put bread crumbs out on the forehead. You're going to keep eating them without looking up. Well, that's what they care about. Keep following the oil as long as it's collected.

[01:14:09] Where was the golf course?

[01:14:13] The state of Florida and I I don't know. I know. I remember the name Broward County and that's it on.

[01:14:24] Called Jamia. A report on the one time, so I do have one of those reports because it just shows before and after information.

[01:14:37] How do you spell that county?

[01:14:39] I don't know. I heard on the news log, but I mean, you just go to the Internet and in fact. I've got the report and I got know I got them with cold files. I just click it and all those emails to you.

[01:14:56] OK, I see our count. It's by Boca Raton. OK.

[01:15:05] Anyway, I don't know, remember all this stuff because my marriage worse and most right now. Yeah. I mean, I've got the EPA report and I just everything's right there and call it just, you know, you know, when it was.

[01:15:22] When it was.

[01:15:24] What they were in the 90s and.

[01:15:29] I think it was the 90s again. The report that I have, I'm not going to try to remember everything on it. I'll just. I got you got I got your e-mail. Is that right?

[01:15:41] Actually, you want to send that report to, right?

[01:15:44] You want to give him your to Eddie. Eddie the wondrous minerals. Come on, I'll get it.

[01:15:50] Some minerals dot com and the minerals dot com.

[01:16:02] Mineral. Almost all right.

[01:16:07] A mineral after the end of it.

[01:16:10] Almost minerals, correct?

[01:16:13] OK, with that. OK. Eddie at a homeless man who all that broke.

[01:16:24] Well, on the one hand, I had a conversation, any other what about electrical power? Can you tell us a little bit about our case for electrical power?

[01:16:36] OK. Just how it happened the first time and then everything else, of course, does the same. Oppenheimer being a professor at the University of Texas and the only professor in the world on RNA microbes had his students. So he was like the world's leading THG in all those fields. He only had 30 students in particular areas. And one of some guy from India was one of his students. And he he always had a law degree, whatever you want to do, a research project. You don't hire professionals. You hire slaves. And if you're a college professor, everybody getting a PHC is your slave. Seriously? How you cleaning toilets, renovate or not? You remember that quite clearly. But if he had this guy in India, they did the pigmentation reports and found out the ark. I consume silica because you put it on silica and a couple of months of deep holes there. Well, the thing is, you're metabolizing the silicon dioxide, put the oxygen into the atmosphere and making clear sand. Well, that was one part of it. The other part was Carl was doing the testing for the electricity. And I know it makes electricity because at the archaea only eats electrons. Huh. And the the example he used in class, which I still think is the best one. If you have a lady, it's got, you know, a nice string of pearls on her neck and you are one of those pearls and you're an hour K and you think that Pearl is a food source. So you what? You okay? I go over and buy one of those pearl and you eat your one pearl electron. What happens to the other 50 or 60 electrons? They break off the string and they fall down to the bottom. Well, this particular case we're talking about a three hundred thousand gallon city waste treatment plant that has people coming into it and every other variety of organic compounds you can think of more oil, chicken grease, you know, whatever else. And they're all organic compost with electrons. If a rock out there can only eat one at a town, it's got one more than one electron. Well, there's got to be actual electrons in there unless you want to consider providing its own food source for days and weeks and months to come. OK, well, why don't we go ahead, prove that. And he had this guy come up with an idea. Yeah, well, let's use an electronic device. And this year I think it had to be back in the late 50s, early 60s, because he started off duty in his early 60s. It was what it was called a transistor radio.

[01:20:03] The mineral that those are.

[01:20:06] Go out or when I want to.

[01:20:11] It was all flash color and what the little symbol dial it turned on the top. I really felt like I was at a movie from Mars or something. Of course, three hours diagram crystal radio here, you guy. Thanks. Well, I got to do it anyway. He took a transistor radio, one of the old beat up things, and he hooked up copper wires to the battery leads where we were, took out the battery and just stuck the wires that had aluminum foil as up to like a paddle wheel, not just a wire, but the paddle wheel can catch more electrons and just stuck it into that.

[01:20:54] You know, I guess you call it what's that agitation cycle of the poop machine, that 300000 gallon it stirs up like chocolate milk. Kind of a deal. Well, we did it. I put it there and of course, nothing and have it hooked up to a machine that recorded all the data and the radio. We said there you told everybody, hey, Ana, imagine it'll start a plan. And sure enough, after you started collecting more and more of these things and boom, that's it. Finally, the radio without the battery, first plane gets from the loose electrons that was collecting from that tank. That all? Yes, girl. Well, we proved that the arcade will only consume no organic matter, just the electrons keeping the spirit block.

[01:21:49] And so that's what happened. And that was that was the first that we heard about it. And of course, he'd done that all validate all of the wasted chances of spreading out across the world, the world's poor countries, and countries. They would get, you know, flaming water, water soon and they would have all free electrically, unaccountably down and down enough to run the whole thing all the same. Oh, what a wonderful, wonderful little. And what we're doing now is double the truth, which is what you guys do.

 

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