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carbones

Element mentioned by Victor Schauberger.

"The cause of an explosion is the sudden binding by highly charged oxygen, which at +40*C(104*F) becomes free and aggressive, of the sweet substances generally known as carbones, which become increasingly passive (inactive) with pressure and increase in heat.'" Callum Coats; "Energy Evolution"; pp. 73-74

See Also

Explosion
Implosion


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