energy, matter, & the demons of materialism

Electrons and protons are not fundamentally material. They are energetic COMPOUNDS which are charged and tend to balance out electromagnetically, except in the presence of insulating FIELDS of highly stable energy, such as (healthy) cell membranes.

Cell membranes insulate in general because of a form of stable or non-reactive energy (AKA insulation) that we call fat. We KNOW that fat IS energy (AKA “fuel”), but we also make the mistake of thinking it is fundamentally material. Matter is just a form of energy.

So, when we measure pH or voltage (or resistance/ impedance, etc), we are measuring ENERGY. By the way, we ARE energy.

The idea that energy cannot form matter “out of thin air” is FALSE. That is a popular doctrine from the religion of materialism, but has no scientific basis. Matter is simply a FORM of energy.

The idea that “there is no simple solution” is religious doctrine. What if the solution is easy easy after recognizing the foundation of the “problem?”

For someone trying to remove the demon of scurvy from the body, the false presumptions of materialism can lead to thousands of dollars being spent without any value. For someone trying to add Vitamin C to the body, $1 of citrus fruit is more powerful than 2 surgeries to remove the demon of scurvy allegedly “possessing” the organism.

Same for something like arthritis or cancer: it is a label for an effect. It is not a cause of anything. It is not a demon possessing anyone, though many people may worship it as such.

We could go on and on with similar examples. In summary, energy has several “phases:” radiating energy, energy stable as gas, energy stable as liquid, energy stable as liquid crystal (plasma), and energy stable as solidified crystal.

Of course, most “solidified” energy is not just a “pure crystal” and has a wide variety of elements “alloyed” together. Technically, glass is categorized as an “amorphous solid,” which actually means a VERY thick liquid crystal (very stable) – close enough to being solid that depending on how precise someone is being, it will usually be called solid.

On the left is quartz and on the right is glass. Relative to quartz, glass is “squishy” or capable of bending. It is like a slightly liquid form of quartz.

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