Since Phil Callahan has found a relation between plant vividness and paramagnetism force found in nature, numerous developments have been covered in the last ten years. Lots of tests have been enhanced to quantify the relation between placing paramagnetic rocks into and on the surface of soil and the growing of plants with their vividness. Some of the made experiments can be found in USA Acres’ articles and Phil Callahan’s book named Paramagnetizm – The reinvention of nature’s secret force of growth. Other researches that have been made on this subject by students of Florida University with the counseling of Dr. Callahan did not achieve enough attention by the media. The purpose of this article is to protest against criticism about such researches, rather than indicating the force of paramagnetizm on plants’ growth.
During these years I came across with criticism that plants’ growth does not arise from magnetic force but from the minerals of rocks. No one can deny the impact of minerals on plants’ development however; classic sciences should also not ignore the forces effects on plants’ vividness.
Proponents and critics could be in agreement that rock relics influence the liveliness of plants. This common ground is not enough to establish agreeable relations because the contraption which enhances plants’ vividness has not been clarified and it seems that it will not come to light for long years.
The experiments, which we conducted in the last years, tried to distinguish the relationship between paramagnetic forces and minerals by three different tests. We believe that it is important to reveal the facts of the hypothesis, which claims that plants do not only need the sunlight but also energies such as paramagnetic forces in the soil, as our laboratory conducts research about hidden forces in the nature.
Before we describe the experiments it is beneficial to analyze the assertion that volcanic rock pieces have a great impact on plants because of the minerals they transfer into the soil. There is no doubt that minerals are transferred into soil from various rocks during ground ventilation. Besides many people know that rock erosion is not a fast process. The completely break of rocks takes place sometimes in thousand or even in millions of years. Therefore the erosion during the development period is mostly immeasurable. According to various scientific studies, it has been proofed that the use of paramagnetic rocks increases the growth and vividness of plants considered that there was a limited erosion and spread. This shows that paramagnetic force is the main reason of successful growth and vividness.
We conducted the first of three experiments with Hannah Horvath. She carried out a project in which she added paramagnetic soil into the pot of Zinnia elegant, which is a wild plant. In normal soil the Zinnia plant reached the size of 4.8 inch, in soil including ferromagnetic substance it reached 4 inch and finally in paramagnetic rock scraps it grow to 6.3 inch. Although there is no research on gathering data for other measuring, it has been observed that plants which grow in paramagnetic rock scraps have thicker roots and larger leaves. These solutions are not different from other test outcomes in which paramagnetic rock scraps have been distributed to soil.
Ross Whitty from Florida made some researches on the effects of paramagnetic soil on plants’ growing. Taking a lot of stick lead her to make tests on radish plants by distributing increased proportions of paramagnetic scraps into plates with the aim of differentiating paramagnetic forces effects from minerals. The accelerated proportions of paramagnetic force increase caused a growth in the radish plant’s root and also a rational development in plant’s mass and roots.
Phil Callahan confirmed that lots of healthy soil around the world contains 300 to 700 CGS units of paramagnetic substance. It is clearly understood that adding 5000 CGS paramagnetic substance included rock to soil does not increase the CGS rate to 5000CS. Thoroughly understanding the following results is really important. Only paramagnetic substance has been added to the plates not soil itself. The rate of this substance is between 200 and 2000 CGS.
Lastly Roger Haring, investigating in our laboratory, made a research on measuring paramagnetic forces’ impact on plants’ growth. He implemented this study on mung beans as he did before on Vignia radiate. As previous researches have shown the positive effects of paramagnetic forces on the life span of plants, he determined his study on germination proportions. The influences of paramagnetism on germination have been observed for 10days and as a result average results have been obtained because of the procedure limitation to 10days. However the results are remarkable considering the time limitation.
Haring germinated the mung bean seeds in wet cottons by adding or discriminating paramagnetic soil sacs. After 10days an increase of 19% in the root length, 15% in leaf size and 17% in the total weight of the plant has been attained. The dry weight increase of the first roots surprised us as they were not placed inside the soil.
It is observed that paramagnetism has its most impact on roots. Horvath and Whitty saved significant changes in their experiments on root development. As for Haring he recorded small but amazing increases for mung bean roots.
If a paramagnetic rock has been found, the removal and distribution of it should be done by a mining company who has the right infrastructure for it. Currently most of the metals, especially volcanic ones, which are to be removed, show paramagnetic activity. Besides soil amendments play an important role for US rooted companies because regulations make soil amendments obligatory at occupied lands by those companies. As most of the researches about paramagnetism are conducted by mine companies, it is expected that they will take place in a consistent and upward manner.