Where get algae? How grow bacteria? & Transmutation!
lloyd kinder (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Tue, 20 Oct 1998 11:42:17 PDT
In my previous message I meant to ask also if anyone knows where to get
cultures of spirulina, chlorella, or other edible, nutritious algae.
Does anyone have any answers or leads? And along similar lines, does
anyone know how to grow bacteria, esp. soil bacteria? An ag consultant
in Springfield, IL has a source of a mix of 91 bacteria that are
supposed to improve the soil and crop yields. I asked him how to grow
more of the bacteria and he said just putting them in water would make
them multiply to some extent. But does anyone know what else they may
need to really take off and replenish the soil life on a whole farm?
This bacterial product, called SC27, costs about $10/acre. Our crops did
poorly this year, our first year partly organic, so we can't afford to
buy all we might need to get our soil quality up for better yield. I
reread Louis Kervran's book, Biological Transmutation, and he said most
transmutation of elements in soil and in living organisms is
accomplished by bacteria, mold or fungus, algae and enzymes. This means
that soil analyses are not as straightforward as is generally assumed.
Some plants are able to transmute, via enzymes etc, some elements into
others, while other plants may be able to transmute different elements,
etc. Calcium can be obtained from potassium, silicon, or magnesium;
manganese ... from iron; molybdenum ... possibly from selenium; boron
... from carbon; nitrogen from carbon and oxygen; etc. The isotope
numbers of each element involved have to add up to the same total. E.g.
2 nitrogen14 = carbon12 + oxygen16 or 2x14=12+16=28. And magnesium24 +
lithium7 = phosphorus31. Many or most transmutations involve adding or
subtracting hydrogen or oxygen. They all depend on having the right
conditions and organisms present. Transmutation is what allows unused
fields to regain fertility for certain crops. More studies need to be
done to see which organisms and conditions transmute which elements.
Does anyone know of such studies since the early 70s? This is apparently
information that big biz doesn't want known. Aloha. Lloyd
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