Re-Phenomenology through IT


Masakazu Karita     

copy right January 5th, 2003

Through information technology copying a real object to produce another real object without the use of its material seems to be an ideal way of solving energy and food problems of the world and it seems to be a long way to accomplish.  However, as the prospective aspect, one characteristic of an original object might be transferred to the computer soft in the form of image or sound since an object is made up of molecules; each molecule is made up of atoms; each atom is made up of particles that are made up of energy waves of which one specific characteristic of the object, in this case "the heat", might be conveyed as the information though the characteristic of the original object is slightly transferred yet might possibly be accumulated little by little, and might possibly be sensed and then perceived by human beings as to the extent that human beings can feel warm enough to feel comfortable even during the winter season.  Information Technology does not necessarily mean to convey information on only electromagnetic waves.  The information might also possibly be conveyed on other waves such as sound, photon, graviton, or other particles or on other waves.  And that information with the particles might be conveyed as well on the electromagnetic waves.  Stemming from the theory of Gravitonics written by Dr. Hideo Seki, it seems to be possible to create the heat source soft and might possibly be used extensively throughout the world to warm up oneself as the convenient tool as well as the source that can be even downloaded from the web net. (Please keep clicking on the amazing heat site-new until you reach doubleheat5500compact.bmp)
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According to quantum theory, a matter is made up of particles.  Whether each particle can be wave as well as being a particle itself, re-phenomenology might be considered to be possible with several combinations of particle-waves, that can be parity of photon, photon, graviton, and other particles and waves in addition to generally known electromagnetic waves.  The new technology called Gravitonics, according to Dr. Hideo Seki, is possible as the technology called electronics seems to be a dominant stream of Information Technology at present.

Several questions arise such as gHow can you collect other particle-waves?h gHow can you make use of other particle-waves?h gWhat information can be conveyed on other particle-waves?h gHow do they relate to electron?h gHow do they relate to magnetic fields?h gWhat are the functions of magnetic fields?h gWhat about electromagnetic fields?h gWhat is the definition of a real object?h gWhat are the communicational processes of information on other particle-waves?h and so on. 

This paper does not intend to answer all of these questions, however, can be the key to solve all these questions to utilize the future technology of all mankind. 

The word, electromagnetic, is a compound word of electron and magnet.  It surely hints several combinations of x-magnetic, y-magnetic, z-magnetic, etc. Then, these other and some combination(s) of xyz-magnetic fields or waves can carry other aspects of information than what electromagnetic waves can carry.  Of course, electromagnetic waves will help them do that as well, however, it can be emphasized that in the universe electromagnetic waves are not the only active waves.

If so, some aspect of a real object might possibly be re-played or re-phenomenology on some other source with the help of these combinations of waves that electromagnetic waves alone could not transfer.  Warm, hot, cool, cold, aching, itchy, tasty, flying, glittering, and other innumerable characteristics of various objects or lives, that is, both animated or inanimate, or any phenomena might be considered to be possible aspects that can be conveyed to each computer soft-ware as the source with each aspect. However, in this study only the aspect of warmness or the heat as the information is applied to conveying on other particle-waves that electromagnetic waves will carry together.

The source of producing other particle-waves is operationally defined as the device filed as   patent (Publication No: US-2002-0041185-A1 dated 04/11/2002).  It is made up of several magnets combined together and each magnet is coiled in the directed way. If set in the directed way, it seems to produce some other particle-waves that can be considered to be x-magnetic waves different from electromagnetic waves. 

  Some aspect of a real object in this study is defined as gheath that usually helps warm one up in winter.  Several pieces of burning charcoal in a container are set over the magnet device. One can take the scenes by either a digital camera or a digital video camera. In the case of the digital video camera the information might be conveyed through sound as well.  It might be assumed that the more precise image is taken, the more heat information could be conveyed.  Therefore, it might be assumed that the more effective its outcome source of the gheath could become.  Also it might be assumed that the hotter the real object is, the more effective its outcome source of the gheath could become.  The warm feeling will become abundant especially when mixed with horizontal waves like electromagnetic waves in the air, especially much warmer on the higher floors of the skyscrapers of urban cities as well as in auto-crafts.

  The taken image or images can be opened in a photoshop soft on a computer and the image can be copied and pasted over and over assumingly to vitalize the effect of the heat information, since it is conveyed on other particle-waves as their power might increase by that process of copying and pasting over and over as can be seen in the layer indication of the photoshop soft (psd).

  The final image or the outcome heat source could be printed on regular sheets of paper as many as one would like to, and each sheet of paper with that image might become a heat producing paper. 

The communicational process of other particle-waves might be assumed as the reflection of the information on one particle to another particle or one particle-wave to another particle-wave.  Therefore, crystal structures of anything, animated or inanimate, might be able to convey the information on particle-waves more effectively as silicon, quartz, collagen, neuron, brain and others seem to be effective communicational media. And trillions of bacteria might also help the processes since bacteria are crystalline structures as functioned in human bodies as well as in nature hopefully in harmony.

This new technology must be used wisely and in harmony with the nature, though hard to define what the nature intends to do. It must also be used for the benefits of all beings throughout the universe. Any intention of harming or hurting must be avoided since the technology is subtle and very sensitive.  Human ethics should always be considered and discussed every time one intends to make use of it.

Since the heat source of the original object or burning charcoal does not seem to be enough source to produce the heat source soft to print out heat paper, though slightly sensed and perceived.  Boiled hot water and burning candles are also used. And finally a kiln for pottery or ceramics at the highest temperature of 1150 degree C is used. All the images are taken by a digital video camera and they are copied and pasted over and over to make the photoshop image of psd soft with approximately 2000 layers with the memory of about 1.5 gigabytes.  Since in this study the specific information of the heat might mainly be collected on other particle-waves of the magnet device by a digital (video) camera, after all, creating the heat producing soft has become the main target of this study.  The final heat-producing source soft has been completed on December 25th, 2002.

About 20 people have experienced sensing and perceiving the printed heat paper in the winter season (December, 2002 and January, 2003) in Okayama, Hyogo, Wakayama, and Kyoto prefectures, Japan.  Their reactions have been analyzed and set into the category of being hot, warm enough, slightly warm, and nothing.  Also it is asked whether they would like to keep the heat paper for the rest of the winter season and for the following winter seasons.  Since the heat paper itself is hard to handle and keep it for a long time of period, three heat source printed A4 size sheets of paper are laminated together and the two sets are made and provided to each person, one set for the front and the other for the back as shown on the figure#1, figure#2, and figure#3.  And they are tied with two strings so that one can wear them over their shoulders.  It is recommended that they wear them over their underwear and then wear regular shirts, sweaters, or whatever they wear normally to keep themselves warm.

Out of 20 people who have put on the one as the figure#3, 2 people have felt hot, 16 people felt warm enough, and 2 people have felt a little warm. And all of them have shown their interest of keeping the heat source papers. Since the particles are too small to detect by regular temperature scales, the information of the heat has not been able to be sensed by any temperature sensor yet, however, through the following experiments it can be highly considered that the printed paper can radiate particle-waves and convey the tremendous amount of heat information in the kiln for pottery or gBizenyakih heated by propane gas. 

  Normally, the kiln will be heated gradually up to 1200 degrees centigrade.  The computer -controlled kiln will hardly produce cracked pottery according to the Bizenyaki professional. The regular paper has been burned up and become ashes and never melt on the pottery.  However, the printed sheets of paper from the soft of graviton or other particle-waves of the patent described before seem to have radiated tremendous amount of heat information with other particle-waves, that seems to have exceeded the normal heat of the kiln to crack the pottery.  To the Bizenyaki professionalfs surprise, he has done again only to produce the same result, however, at the second time the computer-controlled kiln temperature has only reached to 1150 degree centigrade at the highest.  At the first time with the ten printed sheets of paper from the soft of graviton or other particle-waves of the patent on the pottery, the highest temperature has been 1180 degrees centigrade. At the third time with only two printed sheets of paper from the soft of graviton or other particle-waves of the patent but the magnet device of the patent set at the four corners of the kiln, having the center directing towards the kiln, more bearable materials of the pottery have been used and heated.  The result has turned out to be similar, however, at the third time the cracking line has been horizontal as well, that according to the Bizenyaki professionals is definitely due to the excessive heat in the kiln.  To their surprising phenomenon, the papers have melted on the pottery and attached as the strange shining mark.  Also several fragments of charcoal have melted and shone gold on the pottery.  The color has become far from the regular color of gGoma colorh in Bizenyaki.  These pictures are shown as figures #4, #5, and #6 (cracking lines), figures #7 (shining goma because of melted charcoal), and figure #8 (paper melted on the sheep head).

  From these results it can be concluded that the gheath information can be collected on other particle-waves as the heat source soft that can be opened and printed as many as one would like to and that each printed sheet of paper from the soft can radiate gheath information on other particle-waves that can be sensed and perceived by the majority of people to feel warm enough to appreciate the heat even during the winter season in Japan.

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