Presentation: Live Podcast: Ed Lewis — Plasmoids and Paradigms

Bogdanovich Hexagonal Black Plasmoid 2019

Black state hexagonal plasmoid by Bogdanovich, 2019

Plasmoids and Paradigms Video Podcast

This presentation with Diadon in 2019 followed up on the presentation with Gary Hendershot in 2014. Like the previous one, it focused on pictures of plasmoid marks made by experiments and the giant plasmoid marks on the planets, moons, and asteroids. I tried to present pictures and evidence I learned about in the 5 years after the 2014 video.

The Phobos Asteroid Has Plasmoid Chains and Rilles Markings

As you can see, the Martain moon phobos has a plasmoid chain around it’s middle as well as lots of giant markings and trenches cause by plasmoids.

To me, the experimental discoveries that stand out in the last 5 years are the videos and pictures of long-lasting plasmoid patches on surfaces, intricate geometrical plasmoid clusters, and toroidal dark state plasmoids by Bogdanovich; the excellent close-up pictures of intricate plasmoid markings of many types and tunnels by Daviau and others; the SAFIRE and Stankovic experiments (very different but with similar results) that produced microscopic spheres of transmuted elements and some heavier elements; and the evidence that Ohmasa gas torches produce plasmoid marks and causes transmutation by Greenyer. Greenyer reported that the Ohmasa gas torch flame measured around 100 degrees Celcius. Stankovic reported the same about his HHO gas. But torches of both gases slosh (not melt) metal with high melting points at low temperatures and transmutes them. This is because the atoms change state to the plasmoid state.

This presentation was 2.5 hours long. I didn’t get around to talking in detail about plasmoid theory or about the concept and time of paradigm change in physics. Those topics were for later in the presentation, but we ran out of time for the last frames of this powerpoint presentation.

The paradigm shifts in physics happened at 80 year intervals.

The physics paradigm shifts have happened at 80-year intervals.

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