Why does this ash jump when a magnet is brought close?

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How would I make a purer jumping grain of ash. Ash of what ? [:o]
Well I take granulated lime (36% Calcium,91% Calcium Carbonate,.5% Magnesium Carbonate) and grind it down in a pepper mill put that into a stainless pot and heat on a red hot burner until the powder turns black I let it cool regrind it.

Then I take a super magnet two the powder it pick up something [:o], I put that in a pile by it's self this is what jumps, it's like it some of it charge's up with the magnet then jump away. So how would I get this pile of ash into a purer state.
« Last Edit: 08/10/2009 09:14:31 by chris »

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Re: Why does this ash jump when a magnet is brought close?
« Reply #1 on: 05/10/2009 04:47:54 »
A Nobel prize for Rooster ? ...

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A room-temperature superconductor is a material yet to be discovered which would be capable of exhibiting superconducting properties at temperatures above 0 C (273.15 K).
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Room-temperature_superconductor


Maybe Rooster is making ferrite (with iron from the steel pot).

« Last Edit: 05/10/2009 04:58:10 by RD »

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Re: Why does this ash jump when a magnet is brought close?
« Reply #2 on: 05/10/2009 19:49:13 »
Seems like a good bet. Another candidate would be the pepper mill shedding steel.
In partticular, since heating a mix of Ca and Mg carbonates should give the oxides (which are white) there's something odd about the stuff going black.
"91% Calcium Carbonate,.5% Magnesium Carbonate"
and about 8.5% God knows what.
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Re: Why does this ash jump when a magnet is brought close?
« Reply #3 on: 08/10/2009 03:48:59 »
I was thinking it was a faster way two get 'Ormus' .
newbielink:http://www.subtleenergies.com/ormus/index.htm [nonactive]

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Re: Why does this ash jump when a magnet is brought close?
« Reply #4 on: 08/10/2009 04:11:06 »
I was getting something like lime out of sea water and when I burned two a ash it two would jump away from a super magnet. So when i was thinking it was near the same thing. But the question was how two make it purer , if I just keep on re-burning it, what is this lime turning into. I was just repeating what others have done.

Out of sea water at a ph of 8.5 two 8.7 comes a gel looking dust in the water.
why poke at me, if this is room temp superconductor in sea water, it seems like others would.   

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Re: Why does this ash jump when a magnet is brought close?
« Reply #5 on: 08/10/2009 05:15:17 »
Are people still trying to turn base metal into gold ?.

It can be done, but you need a nuclear reactor ...

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Soviet physicists at a nuclear research facility near Lake Baikal in Siberia accidentally discovered a reaction for turning lead into gold when they found the lead shielding of an experimental reactor had changed to gold.
http://chemistry.about.com/cs/generalchemistry/a/aa050601a.htm

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Re: Why does this ash jump when a magnet is brought close?
« Reply #6 on: 08/10/2009 06:32:10 »
I am not trying two make gold, what is it before it got two gold. 

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Re: Why does this ash jump when a magnet is brought close?
« Reply #7 on: 08/10/2009 07:08:51 »
I was thinking it was a faster way two get 'Ormus' .
www.subtleenergies.com/ormus/index.htm
How do you have a "fatser way to get to" something that doesn't exist?
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