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E=MC2 (squared) Jeff Stewart page 3b heat vibrations compressed water H2O rubidium atoms

November 12, 2015

E=MC2 (squared) Jeff Stewart page 3b heat vibrations compressed water H2O rubidium atoms

see photo of notes and sketches here:

the idea girl says

page 3b, continues from pages 1,2,3a from Jeff Stewart’s book – E=MC2 (squared)

notes say

H2O water = 2Ha 1 Oa Oxygenation

you need 2x H Hydrogen as O Oxygen = WATER

HH = H2 (twice as much of it) (2 is lower to right of H but cannot make this on the pc?)

(pinhead = 4,000,000 atoms WIDE (that’s how many of them would fit on the top of a PIN! WOW! cool!

smash atom —> more smaller pieces

ICE = compressed water +

BANDS – (vibrate at CENTRAL POINT)

circle drawn with arrows going down to the right in clockwise direction

middle (spring above it )

viikil? (cant read my notes again! sorry!)

Bonds form – ICE water molecules stabilizing BASE


Solid —-> Liquid

H2O water + UCRA – (Ultra cold rubidium atoms)

(form a bond?)

= stable UCRA (ultra cold rubidium atoms) + other particles

WHAT elements can H2O WATER hydrogen, Oxygen, water molecules pair up with to form a bond?


google to find out..

=  covalent bonds


A covalent bond is a chemical bond that involves the sharing of electron pairs between atoms. These electron pairs are known as shared pairs or bonding pairs and the stable balance of attractive and repulsive forces between atoms when they share electrons is known as covalent bonding.


= metallic bond (for exterior of UFO space ship)

Metallic bond is the bonding between molecules within metals called “alkali reactive force.” It is the sharing of many detached electrons between many positive ions, where the electrons act as a “glue” giving the substance a definite structure.

It may be described as the sharing of free electrons among a lattice of positively charged ions (cations)

the idea girl says

metal ions and H2O + superlattice crystal walls to create positively CHARGED IONS (cations) (formula idea!)

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