Empirical Formula Approach to the Examination of Glass Particle Forced Dispersement, as It Moves
Through Oxygenated DNA, Coupled With a Two Chamber Process, that Transports the DNA at a Terahertz Frequency.
By John Egidio Smothergill
Whether or not we were ready for it; this process
presented itself, close to this version, when Donald Arthur Glaser won the Noble Prize in Physics in 1960. The Wilson’s
Cloud Chamber, a moist air dispersed beam defying energy constants was the predecessor of his theory leading to the Bubble
Chamber. DNA Transportation sounds like two different things nowadays, rushing a bag of blood to the operating room for the
patient in surgery, or zapping a person from a spaceship to a planet and back. This analysis is the latter in an analogous,
but when implemented on small computing devices, proven state.
will start with the abstract, an industrial process by which DNA (Deoxyribonucleic Acid) is exploded onto molten glass in
the following steps. Ammonia is distilled and mixed with water, or salt water, in the absence of air. Then the ammonia is
piped into a chamber in a gaseous state, in the absence of air. A slide of glass, or palladium glass, is prepared with a sample
of DNA from a subject, and inserted adjacent to the ammonia chamber, a space for molten glass, and a semipermeable membrane,
made from copper cyanoferrate, in between the ammonia chamber and the glass slide. A second chamber on the other side, and
adjacent to the ammonia chamber, having a semipermeable membrane made from copper cyanoferrate, in between the ammonia chamber
and itself, with and an expanded explosion suppression material, made from an expanded metal aluminum, and magnesium foil
alloy, disclosed as Explosafe, inside the chamber, is designed into the process. A pipe for explosive material; such as diphenylxenon,
and an igniting wire going to the Explosafe chamber; induces an explosion, after molten glass is released from a furnace,
into a space between the glass slide, and the ammonia chamber. The explosive material is ignited in the Explosafe chamber;
exploding the ammonia in the ammonia chamber through the semipermeable membrane; onto the molten glass and the glass slide
of DNA, while the ammonia is maintained below it’s critical temperature, of 132.4 degrees Celsius; and ideally there
is no air in the explosion, although an air line is fed from the other chamber location, and there may be some air needed
in the Explosafe chamber. An electronic bridge is placed to time the explosion, and transfer of glass powders, that are fed
to another chamber, made from jarosite, that transports DNA to the desired location from blower pumps to vacuum pumps. DNA
piles are formed and analyzed for shape and structural integrity. The slides can be used in both chambers, and the semipermeable
membranes may be cut away, or remain fixed to the glass slide, and be put into service to transport DNA, change production
of protoplast in an aquatic environment, or criminology purposes.
chemical reaction in the process is as follows:
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Consider also the following sequences:
having the formula KFe3(SO4)2(OH)6 weighing 500.8086
Xe=Diphenylxenon formula Xe 2(C6H5OH) weighing 319.5268
Si=Ammonia Glass formula Si2NH3H2O
Cu=Copper Cyanoferrate formula Cu3CNFe weighing 272.4997
The calculations for the molecular weights are based on the following atomic
- Xe 2(C6H5OH) + Si2NH3H2O = Cu3CNFe
500.8086 - 319.5268 + 91.2181 = 272.4999
= 272.4997 and the difference of -.0002 can be reduced to zero using 36 sequences shown equally divided above.
The process diagram is as follows:
Si2NH3H20 Cu3CNFe @ 132.4 degrees Celsius is the semipermeable membrane
and ammonia glass reaction. The molecular weights of the formulas are: 91.2181 for the ammonia glass, 272.4997 for the copper
cyanoferrate semipermeable membrane, manufactured from bornite Cu5FeS4. These formulas represent a plate, which within the
inner glass blood samples are dispersed in tiny follicles much like a mist.
The total weight of the formula minus the molecular weight of the DNA, which is 572.3904, is obtained by adding
the weights of the ammonia glass and the copper cyanoferrate, 91.2181 + 272.4997 = 363.7178. The slide will float on melissic
or cerotic acids two carboxylic acids that are wax compounds. The formulas and the weights for these compounds are:
C25H51COOH @ 396.41 for cerotic
@ 452.47 for melissic acid.
All of this may be submerged in carbonic acid HO==COOH, having a formula weight of 46.0258.
The dispersion of DNA is between 9990999 and 10009009 corpuscles per cubic inch as compared
to 82,000,000,000 corpuscles, usually counted per cubic inch of DNA - a magnification of 8192.6 times normal dispersion. The
sample is detectable within 8207.4 times normal dispersion. It should be noted here, that the weight of the ammonia glass
is close to that of zirconium at 91.22.
A molecule that weighs
about the same as both carbonic acid, and ethyl alcohol, but falls somewhere there between, is methylhelialdehyde CHeHCHO,
which can also be written CH2OCHe, and becomes formalheliocarbon. Saturating graphite carbon in liquid helium, and formaldehyde
makes the new chemical. This chemical finds uses in charcoal filters and X –Ray photography research. The important
point here is; that the charcoal filters may be used in the vacuum pumps, in the DNA Glassing process. The weight of the formula
for the formalheliocarbon is 46.0423. The diagram for the chemical is:
A mass spectra proves a helpful tool here also; this will determine the molecular formula of the products,
of the DNA Glassing process.
The Zirconium is a good
catalyst in the alloy, from which the vacuum pumps are made. The alloy is used widely in cooling systems in nuclear reactors,
and is 98% zirconium, 1.5% tin, 0 .35% iron-chromium-nickel, and 0.15% oxygen.
If the process is dimensioned, and each of the delivery chemicals is analyzed for combustion, the information
for proper quenching, would look much like this: The dimensions of each of the ammonia chambers are 12 feet by 16 feet by
8 feet, a product of 1536 cubic feet each. This product multiplied by the constant for pounds of ammonia per cubic foot is:
1536 X .0456= 70.0416 pounds of ammonia per minute, divided by 60 seconds per minute; equals 1.16736 pounds per second. Experimental
durations of the process vary, so it has not been determined how much of the delivery chemicals are needed daily, but a process
this size may go through as much as 168.09984 pounds of ammonia, in a twenty four hour day, if each threshold moment is an
interval of two seconds, and each slide were taken twenty minutes apart. For the explosive delivery chemical; the same calculations
for cubic feet of chamber area would apply, and the constant for diphenylxenon, for example in pounds per cubic foot per minute,
is 1536 X .0803 = 123.3408, divided by 60 seconds; equals 2.05568 pounds per second. For a period of twenty four hours operation,
with two second explosion thresholds, and each slide taken twenty minutes apart; equals 296.01792 pounds of diphenylxenon
per day, if the diphenylxenon constant is the same as that of ethane. Diphenylxenon may be obtained from seawater, at a quantity
of 900 pounds per cubic mile. If the diphenylxenon constant of pounds per cubic foot per second, is the same as ethane, then
we will run out of it very quickly on Earth, if the process is widely used, therefore it may be better to use ethane; a much
more quantitative chemical on Earth. Here’s why:
four correct formulas and weights for Adenosine, Guanosine, Cytidine and Thymidine are:
Adenosine H7N5CO4 153.099,
Guanosine H8N5CO5 170.1055,
Thymidine H8N2C2O5 140.0976.
The Cytidine, and the Guanosine combined: 141.0841
+ 170.1055 = 311.1896, minus the Guanosine and the Thymidine: 170.1055 + 140.0976 = 310.2031, equals 311.1896 – 310.2031
The Cytidine plus the Adenosine: 141.0841 + 153.099
= 294.1831, minus the Adenosine and the Thymidine: 153.099 + 140.0976 = 293.1966, equals 294.1831 – 293.1966 = .9865.
The Cytidine minus the Thymidine
equal: 141.0841 – 140.0976 = .9865.
The same calculations
based on the oxygen deficient DNA chemicals which used 15.9997 for the weight of oxygen equal Cytidine and Guanosine 141.0856
+ 170.107 = 311.1926 Guanosine and Thymidine 170.107 + 124.0982 =294.2052 equals 311.1926 – 294.2052 = 16.9874.
The Cytidine and the Adenosine:
141.0856 +137.0996 = 278.1852; the Adenosine and the Thymidine: 137.0996 + 124.0982 = 261.1978, the result is: 278.1852 –
261.1978 = 16.9874.
Cytidine minus the Thymidine 141.0856 – 124.0982 = 16.9874.
Let’s take a look at the oxygen deficient DNA:
Adenosine H7N5CO3 137.0987
Cytidine H7N3CO5 141.0841
Thymidine H8N2C2O4 124.0977
The Cytidine and the Guanosine: 141.0841 + 138.1082 = 279.1923,
The Guanosine and the Thymidine: 138.1082 + 124.097 = 262.2052.
Resulting in: 279. 1923 – 262.2052 = 16.9871.
The Cytidine and the Adenosine: 141.0841 + 137.0987
The Adenosine and the Thymidine:137.0987 + 124.097 =
The result for this: 279.1923 – 261.1957 = 16.9871.
Finally if the Guanosine oxygen
deficiency is increased, decreasing the formula weight to 122.1088, and the formula for Guanosine to H8N5CO2, the analysis
looks like this:
Cytidine and the Guanosine: 141.0841 + 122.1088 = 263.1923,
Guanosine and the Thymidine: 122.1088 + 124.097 = 246.2058.
final sum: 263.1831 – 246.2058 = 16.9865
Subtracting some of the previous results obtains 16.9865 - .9865 = 16
Because oxygen is 15.9994 grams per cubic foot in weight, in the
final analysis; the final analysis is oxygen deficient DNA. The second to last is old DNA.
The equation looks something like this:
137.0996 + 153.099 = 290.1986,
+ 137.0987 = 290.1977
.0009 g/ ft^3
The sample should weigh at least as much as the correct weight for DNA 604.3862, times the cubic grams per foot of:
16 – 15.9994 =.0006 (an acceptable Standard International unit for oxygen is 16.)
The Cytidine difference for an increase in oxygen of: .0003 g/ft^3 is .0014 / .0035 = .4 repeating. When Thymidine
is reduced in the second half of the analysis, and Guanosine in the first, subtracting = 16.
The overall analysis of the anomaly, of oxygen used in the DNA Glassing process, may be represented
by the formula, using the d orbital of oxygen molecules of the general formulas O2, and O3, having weights of 31.9988 and
47.9982; based on the theory of hydrogen efficiency in the ethane, and the formalheliocarbon. The oxygen deficiency is partially
caused by the 100% combustion, of the mixture of ethane and diphenylxenon, where the oxide from the aluminum, in the Explosafe
chamber is O3, and the index of hydrogen deficiency is H2, or 1. Any hydrocarbon represented by R, can be factored in the
ammonia, carbonic acid, and water (Note that nitrogen dilutes air). Using the physical integral: d sub O1 –O2, may identify
complete formulas. The centroid of mass or center of gravity (x,y,z repeating in each case) where m is the centroid of mass
S ydm S zdm
x repeating = ________
y repeating = ________ z repeating = _______
dm , S dm , S dm
(while x,y,z are the centers of gravity in the element dm and d represents
Transformed pneumococci is said to partially regenerate, in about 60 days; after all of the
pneumococci is killed, in extremely high temperatures, based on the research done by Frederick Griffith. Insects grow in a
white hotted open retort after 160 days, and in the same experiment using prussate of potash, a very poisonous salt, and with
no air allowed to enter, insects also grew in the closed vessel, in two years time, according to the research done by W.H.
Weeks in his treatise; Vestiges of the Natural History of Creation.
The Propyl group chemicals, that the DNA Glassing process may sometimes produce, weigh 43.089, which are close to
that of; ethyl alcohol, carbonic acid, and methylhelialdehyde, used in the process.
In the Handbook of Chemistry (1946 Lange, page 1167 #70) Equations and Equivalents for Volumetric Analysis,
the titrations of the formulary is this:
2Cu(NH3)4SO4+NH4OH = CuSO4 x CuOH2+(NH4)2SO4
CuSO4 x Cu(OH)2
+6NH3+(NH4)2SO4=2Cu(NH3)4SO4 x H2O
2CuO(NH3)4SO4 x H2O+7KCN=K3NH4Cu2(CN)6+NH4CNO+
CuSO4 Cu(NH3)4SO4 x H2O
_____ = ___
= ______ = __________________
7 7 7
For the vacuum pumps and blowers:
Oxalate Acid is an exhaust that the Formalheliocarbon catches.
Piping in ammonia in cities
for the DNA Glassing process is likely. Semipermeable membranes have two uses in the DNA Glassing process; separation of helium
from underground gas, and recycling unreacted hydrogen, from the ammonia, and DNA reaction.
in GW Basic monitor all these processes. A look at the programming, for the timer, for the slides shows:
10 LOAD CLOCK FOR SEMIPERMEABLE MEMBRANE AND DNA TRANSFER
20 60*60*24/2 EQUALS TIMER
30 CHR$ PATTERN OF SLIDE INSERTION
BASED ON TIMER
40 FOR(INT) SEND TO POWDERED GLASS TRANSPORTERS
50 GOTO 10
an integer, of the slide, to DNA transfer pattern, through the semipermeable membrane, as simple as possible, to the powdered
glass transporters. The amount of power to run the DNA Glassing process is in terahertz. For a process this size, at least
200 terahertz is needed.
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Douglas M. Considine(Articles: Chemical Elements, Semipermeable Membrane, Xenon. Hydrogen)
Organic Chemistry Third Edition Hendrickson, Cram, Hammond c 1970 (DNA,
(Fifth Edition) TW Graham Solomons c. 1992 (Oxygen Deficient DNA, RNA)
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Company c. 1971 (Cerotic acid, Melissic Acid, Jarosite)
Encyclopedia Americana c. 1970 (Glaser, Donald; Wilson Cloud Chamber, more reading Hydrogen Reduction)
The Origin of Life and Process
of Reproduction in Plants and Animals with the Anatomy and Physiology of the Human Generative System Male and Female and the
Causes Prevention and Cure of the Special Diseases to Which It is Liable Dr. F. Hollick c1878 page 87 (White Hot Retort.)
GW Basic User’s
Manuel c. 1985 Microsoft Corp.
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M. Forker BS (General Electric Company Cleveland Ohio.), an Appendix of Mathematical Tables and Formulas by Richard Stevens
Burlington PhD Sixth Edition Revised and Enlarged Page 1167 #70, Page 112 #5 (bornite), (Integral Calculus book within Appendix
p 55 #136.)