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  • mike@usinter.net
    If you look at precellular EMF gaia and you have these nucleotide parasols which get sorted by how well they modulate climate, AND you appreciate that these
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      If you look at precellular EMF gaia and you have these nucleotide
      parasols which get sorted by how well they modulate climate, AND you
      appreciate that these forcings are electrical, that the parasol
      forces barotropic and electrical behaviors by relative movements of
      size, shape, mass and charge in the supercooled droplets, that there
      is some music in the solution set to consider.

      That is, when a strike moves from ionosphere to cloud top to cloud
      bottom to ground, there is a distortion in the ionosphere that would
      appear to the parasol, in field terms, like a spike or purcussion
      kind of signal. Then come the Schumann resonances, which, of course,
      are found in our brains. Then, depending on a number of factors,
      like the cloud cover and distance from the parasol, given the
      dielectric of water compared to air, the content of the chemistry of
      the water, even what the atmosphere is made of and its extant, all
      define the accoustics of the EMFs that the parasols would
      experiance. Of course, there is the moon roiling the oceans and
      causing CO2 gas exchange and hence conductivity changes, and so
      surface conductivities matter, too. Then moving between land and
      ocean will change the electrical conditions that the parasol would
      experiance.

      These input signals would have a music like quality, and harmonies
      could translate to a mode to communicate--chemical realities could
      come from electrical, because the nucleotides could have frequencies
      that they oscilated with--and hence could find energy with, much like
      a microwave vibrates to water's resonances. Chemical changes could
      then have profound impacts on the behaviors of the parasols--again,
      getting to what are the phase changing behaviors. If you are talking
      about one nucleotide complex, it may be an insignificant forcing, but
      if you are talking about a storm full of nucleotides with similar
      sequences, the chemical changes in mass inside the clouds would have
      been profound.

      The conversion to sound is much more of a cellular advance, or
      certainly having to do with metabolism aspects of life. But the
      basic chemical 'feelings' associated with sounds once converted most
      certainly has roots in the complexities garnered in cloud sortings of
      nucleotides over 3 billion years ago.
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