Superionic Ice – Or is it Plasma Gas?

by Dana Gourley on May 9, 2019

in Ahh-Mazing Discoveries, Innovation, Water Ion Technologies, Water News

The May 2019 edition of National Geo has an article about “Superionic Ice” that may occur on some outer planets. Supposedly, the “super” ice was recently created at a laboratory for only a nanosecond applying several thousand degrees below typical freezing temperature on Earth and pressures equivalent to that of other planets. Physicist Marius Millot of the Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory in California, said … “there could be a liquid layer at the top edge of Uranus and Neptune’s superionic ice layer, but that it is also a highly electrically conductive phase of water”.

We appreciate Millot’s recognition of the existence of a “highly electrically conductive phase of water”. However, we are not on board with the theories described in the article. Instead, we wonder whether or not the super-charged water state observed in the laboratory is actually electrically-charged plasma gas instead of what is being call “Superionic Ice”.

Here on Earth, we have discovered a simpler electromagnetic process in making plasma-charged water using both Earth’s temperatures and pressures that we call “Dioxytetrahydride Gas”. We are of the opinion it is the Fifth State of Water and is infused into ultra-pure water to make Watt-Ahh bottled water. The resulting Polarized Water is similar to that of a liquid crystal and when consumed, it provides a stronger electromagnetic field inside our bodies that serves to protect the stability of DNA.

Another novel characteristic of Dioxytetrahydride Gas is it does not freeze even at the lowest temperature on Earth (not artificially induced by extremely high pressures in a laboratory).

Relating to the Dioxytetrahydride Gas, we have showcased a AHA! discovery of a cosmic phenomenon found by NASA back in August of 2016 including the photo shown above. 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.

Water in a charged state, whether in gas or ice states, is all new science and we have only scratched the surface … of the Cosmic Universe.

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