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Chapter 2: Electricity & Nature
The fabric of all things in physical form on this planet is based on an elemental atomic
structure. Biological entities are composed of interconnected cellular structures forming
tissues, organs and biochemical networks. At the core are atomic elements, each of which is
associated with some level of electrical charge. These charges are the basis for the forces of
electrochemical attraction and repulsion that occur within the cellular structures of all living
Electrostatic (or electro-chemical) attraction and repulsion , is based on a fundamental property of matter
that have opposing or similar electric charges. Atoms, molecules, and other complex structures can have a
composition differing amounts of electrical charge, both positive and negative. When two or more substances
are next to each other with differing charges, i.e. a positive and a negative, the negative is attracted to the
positive and the positive is attracted to the negative. When they are the same, positively charged substances
are repelled from other positively charged substances. The same goes for negatively charged substances.
Electrostatic Attraction and Repulsion
The interactions between these components are vast, making use of many forms of
genetics and perhaps other forms of study that are beyond our current understanding. An
example of this would be the study of subtle energies, bio-energetics and quantum physics,
which are in many ways still in their infancy.
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