Cosmic Watt-Ahh

by AquaNew on July 28, 2018

in Ahh-Mazing Discoveries, Innovation, Science / Research, Watt-Ahh

Recently, keynote speakers at space alien conferences and on Gaia videos along with social media are calling Watt-Ahh “plasma gas water”. It has intrigued us too.

Candidly, we had to check from reliable on-line sources what is considered “plasma” since we try to be diligent in providing reasonable scientific disclosures about the Dioxytetrahydride Gas that is infused into ultra-pure water to make Watt-Ahh.

Through the years, we have used cosmic-related analogies in explaining the extra electrons carried in the Polarized Water. Our theme has been lightning with its electron delivery to our planet. Consequently, each box delivered to our customers says “Thunderstorm in a Bottle” and each Watt-Ahh bottle sports a lightning bolt on its front label. A professional dowser recently discovered that the vibrational frequency that she measured in Watt-Ahh is similar to that of the nebula gemstone, some consider it a cosmic stone.

Relating to the Dioxytetrahydride Gas, we have showcased AHA! discoveries of cosmic phenomenon including the photo shown above back in August of 2016. This photo captured geyser-like jets of water gas spewing from the frozen surface of Enceladus, one of the moons of Saturn. We used that discovery as an analogy behind the mystery of why we have not found the freezing temperature for the Dioxytetrahydride Gas.

What is Plasma Gas?

Scientists speculate that plasma is a type of matter that is mainly associated with stars (and dark matter) and is less stable on Earth. A simple explanation is that plasma begins as a neutral gas that is subjected to either heat or an electromagnetic field and becomes electrically conductive as an ionized gas. The substance of the neutral gas is not specially defined. We assume a water-based gas, when exposed to an electromagnetic field such as that inside WIT Machines, also could become plasma and consequently, Dioxtetrahydride Gas is a type of plasma. WIT Inventor Rob Gourley broadens this definition of plasma … it is a gaseous ionized substance which reacts to solids, liquids and gas that it might encounter. The Dioxtetrahydride Gas will flame and when the flames is exposed to metal, the metal will reach melting point temperature within less than a minute (yes, the flame delivers an electron flow to the surface of the metal with an immediate state conversion to the metal and implosion of the gas back to liquid water). Rob continues that the crystalline-like structure of the Dioxtetrahydride stabilizes the gas that makes it practical for multiple uses on Earth.

What are Common Examples of Plasma on Earth?

There seems to be three major categories of plasma: astrophysical, terrestrial and man-made (or artificial).  Some common examples from each category follow:

  • Stars and black matter
  • Lightning (shown on the front of Watt-Ahh labels)
  • Auroras (mentioned on the back labels of Watt-Ahh bottles)
  • Ozone generators
  • Tesla coils
  • Lasers
  • And even tv screens

In conclusion, we have joined the cosmic spaceship and agree that there is a rational conclusion that Watt-Ahh is “plasma gas water”.


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