The Science Of Rain

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About the author:
At a young age I realized that "can't" simply means it hasn't been done yet. When science says "you can't do something", my mind says "We just haven't found a way to make it happen. Fueled by curiosity, driven by passion, guided by intuition; I jumped off the cliff and learned to fly. Everyone told me I was crazy; but to be on the leading edge, you've got to be out there. We will never accomplish anything great by residing within the norm. If it's not crazy, it's not extraordinary; and it's ordinary. You will not receive anything ordinary from this book. I stumbled on the magnetics of water. How many people know water is responsive to magnetism? Sincerely. Dowin Gardner

The Science Of Rain
 

Where Imagination Prevails.

Authored by Dowin Gardner

The difference between humidity & clouds; is the hydrogen bond between the water molecules. The hydrogen bond requires the surrounding space to be negatively ionized. Positive ions from fossil fuels are filling the skies with positively charged ions, ridding the sky of negative ionization. Fossil Fuels are the cause of the Texas droughts.
In the 1930's, lightning in Northern America tripled & has not increased nor decreased since. Why did it increase? Why did it plateau? What happened in the 1930's? Mass production of the automobile.
This book is the science of rain, and the science of healthy electromagnetics. Why does food taste better when we go camping? What does ionic charge have to do with this word? Where do the electrons come from; & where do they go? What is electromagnetic pollution? How does it influence the weather? All this and more is covered in The Science Of Rain.


Publication Date:
2014-05-08
ISBN/EAN13:
1499224028 / 9781499224023
Page Count:
112
Binding Type:
US Trade Paper
Trim Size:
6" x 9"
Language:
English
Color:
Black and White
Related Categories:
Fiction / Visionary & Metaphysical




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