A gaseous chemical element, symbol O, atomic number 8, and atomic weight 15.9994; an essential element in cellular respiration? and in combustion processes; the most abundant element in the earth's crust, and about 20% of the air by volume.

Oxygen and Dissociation
Oxygen causes dissociation. Sometimes, and perhaps erroneously, called oxidation?.

1) It is said 30% Hydrogen Peroxide? in the blood will dissociate the red cells.
2) Oxygen somehow helps people live but some bacteria? to die.
3) Browns Gas mixed with air will EXplode.
Browns Gas by itself will IMplode.
Is the difference due to additional Oxygen? Is there a threshold?
4) Oxygen lies close to earth's surface but not higher up.
5) Does sunlight interact with oxygen to dissociate dies and paints?
6) Does sunlight activate the oxygen in water to aide or cause vaporization??
7) Does oxygen play a role in formation of tornadoes and hurricanes?

Fire (molecular dissociation) requires three things:
1) Fuel (combustible substance)
2) Heat (temperature threshold or an ignition spark) (certain amplitude of infrared oscillation)
4) There is NO fire if any one of the above three is denied.

Are we then to assume a certain amount of Hydrogen is attractive?
While a certain amount of Oxygen is radiative?

Oxygen in the Body
From Page 47 of The Water Wizard, Viktor Schauberger? says (translated by Callum Coates): "There is hardly a city where water is not disinfected or sterilized through the addition of chlorine?, compounds of silver or irradiation? with quartz? lamps. In all these processes oxygen in situ nascendi, or an allotropic form of common oxygen, is produced which will kill off all living organisms. If water thus treated is drunk continually then the very same processes that we wish to achieve through water sterilization must also take place in our bodies."

In The Water Wizard, page 48, a translation of Schauberger's writing reads, "The quality and quantity of water's oxygen content is substantially altered under present systems of aerobic water purification which take place under the influence of light. This immediately results in disturbances to the metabolism. As a further consequence, it results in aggregations of oxygen which the water in the body, already over-saturated with oxygen, cannot assimilate. As a result of the additional internal pressures thus created the first symptoms of disease manifest themselves as swellings and tumors... The presence of excess oxygen in the enlarged cells leads to production of high levels of acid? and subsequently to inflammation. This inflammation in turn engenders even higher temperatures- fever- causing the oxygen to become increasingly aggressive and eventually to compensate for the lack of any other carbones by combining with the substances of the tissue itself. This results in the emergence of inferior and less complex microbes which, under suitable preconditions, begin their vital activity. In the absence of other food they make a regular feast of the macro-organism: the body."


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