“Well, the wife said we’re not hanging it over the mantle,” he joked following the mammoth discovery on their soybean farm in Chelsea, MI. The Bristles have since donated the entire mammoth skeleton to the University of Michigan for future study and display. The find is among one of the significant in recorded Michigan history since there is evidence that humans buried the animal to come back for the meat, meaning humans lived in the area between 10,000 and 15,000 years ago.
Have you ever wondered why woolly mammoths no longer roam the Earth? It is unlikely that the ancient humans over hunted these animals or that a meteor caused their demise … humans would have suffered a setback too. We have a different theory on Global Climate Change that relates to lower energy changes on land such as less frequent thunderstorms or electron flow.
Whales today continue to reach a giant size, eating krill living in an ocean environment. The saltwater in the oceans is similar to an electrolyte solution, and the electromagnetic currents maintain strong electron flow. Consequently, krill may not have had to dramatically evolve through the centuries to survive like terrestrial plants. Krill has remained a bioavailable protein source for whales and other sea life.
With less frequent and widespread thunderstorms (an electron source), the land generally became more arid over time. Land plants evolved to survive in drier environments. Vascular systems that carry nutrients and water and protect the plants from dehydration are supported by a plastic-like substance called lignin. Woolly mammoths, dinosaurs, and even humans, do not have the enzymes to breakdown lignin to obtain optimum nourishment from the land plants.
We have found that plants grown hydroponically with our Polarized Water, which is rich in electrons, grow faster, more vibrant and do not seem to go into the “survivor” mode. In other words, the test results show less lignin with higher amounts of digestible nutrients (proteins, carbohydrates and fiber).
Our theory is that populations of larger terrestrial creatures like the woolly mammoth may have starved to death since nutrients in the land plants became less bioavailable over time. For us, processed food may block digestibility. The body feels starved and malnourished which may trigger the urge for someone to overeat beyond what their own body can assimilate – partly due to an energy imbalance in our food sources, which reduces digestibility. Growing plants with the use of electron-rich Polarized Water may have a role in offsetting obesity and malnutrition (for more information, visit wateriontechnologies.com and see the new WIT Machines having applications in food production).
We celebrate the discovery by the Bristles on their soybean farm. It is our Ahh-mazing “AHA” Discovery for October. The woolly mammoth fossil serves as evidence that the energy state of our own Earth is changing and we need to seek nature-based solutions for our own optimum health and survival.
Do you have an Ahh-mazing “AHA” Discovery to share?
Email firstname.lastname@example.org. This can be any idea or endeavor that may help others in their own revelation or better quality of life. Alternatively, want to nominate someone with special skills of creativity and innovation? Let us know!
Past “AHA” Discoveries:
▪ February 2015: Designer Walter Herbst, hosted by BIZ941 Magazine – Practical Tool Ingenuity
▪ March 2015: Dr. Steven Nissen, hosted by NPR Radio – Science Busting on Dietary Cholesterol
▪ April 2015: Theoretical physicist and Nobel Prize winner Peter Higgs – Higgs Boson “God Particle.”
▪ May 2015: Electromagnetic sensor used on glaciers – SkyTEM
▪ June 2015: Watt-Ahh inventor, Rob Gourley – Polarized Water stabilizing low concentrations of hydrogen peroxide for two years.
▪ July 2015: Comet Lander Philae’s potential discovery of alien life
▪ August 2015: NASA’s discovery of a habitable zone in the universe (Earth 2.0)
▪ September 2015: the faulty FTO gene’s effect on the body’s ability to burn fat