The Aether holds the electromagnetic plasma charge and is everywhere.
The positive and negative charges are at the North Pole and surrounds the Arctic Circle
The Ocean’s salt water provides the poles to “get excited” and create electrolytes which provide continuous, self perpetuating free energy anywhere, anytime, anyone wishes to tap into it.
This is what Telsla proved one hundred years ago.
Simple. Elegant. Scalable. Probable.
As the Flat Earth movement picks up steam, many questions have been addressed but still more remain.
The elegant simplicity of the electromagnetic dome does not require any more understanding than a few basic principles and an eager and open mind.
One of the more perplexing questions is the fact that earth is roughly 75% salt-water. In retrospect, it doesn’t make a whole lot of sense since humans and most animals need fresh water to survive and maintain bodily functions.
What use could the salt-water possibly have that relates to us? As you will see in this short video primer, salt-water has everything to do with powering the earth and it’s biosphere. It just so happens that salt-water makes a really effective electrolytic solution to conduct electricity and move electrons from the anode (+) to the cathode (-). In other words, the Arctic Circle is the anode and the Antarctic Ice shelf is the cathode. Note: (the anode and cathode (+) (-) seem to be interchangeable and exact configuration is unknown at this time)
The only thing needed are electrolytic metals and an external power source. The metals can be Zinc, Magnesium, Copper, Nickel, Gold, Aluminum, Iron, Brass and others in various arrays and percentages. The external electrical charge is the earths Schumann Resonance which is 7.83 Mhz and provides the power to create a chemical reaction whereby electrons from Zinc for example, will peel away and move to copper. This process is called Oxidation and Reduction.
- Anode is always the place where oxidation happens.
- Cathode is always the place where reduction happens.
- Anode shoots out electrons, Cathode takes in electrons.
- Ions = electrolyte.
- Electrolytes conduct electricity by the motion of ions.
- Without electrolytes, there won’t be a circuit because electricity won’t be able to travel.
It’s this chemical reaction that creates electromagnetism, the Aether and the electromagentic dome we call home. Charles Augustine De-Coulomb, J.J. Thomson and the great Nikola Tesla were onto this fact and were buried by the powers that shouldn’t be. The quote by Nikola Tesla below encapsulates the unseen and unheard primary importance of electromagnetism and our very existence.