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On Monoatomic Elements – An Introduction to David Hudson’s Work and a Theoretical Model

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On Monoatomic Elements – An Introduction to David Hudson’s Work and a Theoretical Model

David Hudson, a farmer from Phoenix, Texas, discovered in the 1990s what he called “Orbitally Rearranged Monoatomic Elements” (ORMEs). These elements are of certain gravitational and superconducting properties. In what follows I want to give you an outline of the history of his discovery and of the physics of these monoatomic elements. The individual parts of this article are coherent in themselves and written rather factually and objectively; this might bore the reader, but it is nonetheless necessary for a discussion based on facts. In my opinion, there is way too much speculative information out there in the area of what I call New Physics.

Background Story

In the 1980s David Hudson, who was at the time being a wealthy man with a huge farm, wanted to store his capital in the form of precious metals, mainly gold, to circumvent its loss of value by inflation. At first he just bought these metals, but soon he found out that he could refine gold from his own soil by means of a “heap leach cyanide system”. Basically the soil is sprayed with a cyanide solution, the gold is dissolved and can be extracted.

Curiously he did not only extract gold this way, but also another substance that was like gold, but brittle so that you could shatter it with a hammer. Hudson than found a way to separate this substance from the pure gold and send it to a Ph. D. from Cornell University for analysis. At first it analyzed as iron, silica and aluminum, but this was due to traces of these materials. After they were removed these, the mysterious substance analyzed to be “nothing”.

Hudson was determined to find out what this “nothing” actually was. He then tried to analyze it by DC Arc Emission Spectroscopy, doing the burn according to the Soviet Academy of Sciences, that is, with burn times up to 300 seconds. The results were that this “nothing” contained palladium, platinum, ruthenium, rhodium, iridium and osmium. The weird thing was that about 13 percent of the initial soil analyzed to be these elements – that is more than is mined in South Africa, which is the main source for these precious metals.

He got these results confirmed by another Ph. D. chemist from Phoenix, but when separated the elements consisted of a gray to white powder. He sent a sample of this powder to Pacific Spectrachem, but they could not tell what it was. When he sent a chloride salt of the sample to Iowa State University, a blood-red salt, they could only measure the chloride – they could however not tell what the metal binding partner of the chloride was.

When he prepared a very pure sample by means of burning away all traces using the spectroscopy apparatus and sent it to Harwell Laboratories in London to have it analyzed using neutron activation (whereby electron orbitals do not matter), they aswell detected, except for very small traces of carbon, nothing.

So what was this substance? Hudson had already spent some years doing whats laid out above and was tired of it, so he tried it the other way around. He obtained palladium, platinum, ruthenium, rhodium, iridium and osmium in their pure metal form from Johnson Matthey.

When he now prepared the chloride of the standard rhodium through repeated evaporation, he was unable to measure it by instrumental analysis. But this must have been standard rhodium. It seems as if this was the case too for iridium; Hudson wasn’t specific about this in his lectures.

Hudson even got together with General Electric, resp. Giner, and mounted rhodium and iridium in these states onto their fuel cells and it worked. After they had run the fuel cells for three weeks and had a sample of the used elements analyzed, 6 percent rhodium and iridium was measured.

So in 1988 Hudson applied for 12 patents on what he then termed “Orbitally Rearranged Monoatomic Elements”. But before doing so he had to record the weight of these ORMEs, which proved to be rather problematic. Over time these snow-white powders – that’s how all the elements looked like – were gaining weight over time. Hudson got a machine that could do thermo-gravimetric analysis, with which a sample can be weighed and heated under a controlled atmosphere. In doing so they discovered that the snow-white powder weighed 56 percent of its original weight.

For help Hudson went to Varian Corporation in Stanford, where he was told that if he were cooling a sample, it could be a superconductor. A superconductor responds to very small magnetic fields, and the thermo-gravimetric machine has a bifilar wound heating elements, which produces a small magnetic field.

Still not having an answer, Hudson did a literature research on so-called “high-spin nuclei” and found that by 1990 these were actually described in papers from several universities. What they said was that you’d have to separate the atoms down to individual atoms, and then these would rearrange their orbitals and enter this high-spin state.

However, Hudson’s literature research did not stop here – he also dived into alchemy and ancient egyptian history, which I will omit for brevity of this article. Though, I will go deeper into the physics of ORMEs.

The Physics of ORMEs

As the name implies ORMEs are elements, whose electron orbitals are rearranged in a specific manner as to allow for certain physical properties. An exact definition with regard to what this rearrangement looks like is yet to be made. Although the term ORME implies that the individual atoms are monoatomic, that is, separated, it was found that this is only the case for gold; atoms of other elements must be in clusters with less atoms than a critical cluster size to enter this state. Only a certain elements are stable in this state (among others Cobalt, Nickel, Copper, Ruthenium, Rhodium, Palladium, Silver, Osmium, Iridium, Platinum, Gold and Mercury) and these are of profoundly different properties than their metal counterparts; even OR states of the same element can differ.

You all learned in school (at least I hope so) that electrons of an atom revolve around the nucleus in certain orbitals. These are called s-orbital, which holds two electrons, p-orbital, which holds 6 electrons, d-orbital, which holds 10 electrons, and the f-orbital, which holds 14 electrons. Now these orbitals fill according to the Aufbau (German for “construction”) principle. When you now construct the electron orbital configuration for these elements known to be able to enter the OR state, you’ll note that these have an unfilled outer most s-orbital. In the case of metals this is not a problem, because the s-orbital happens to be orbital responsible for the ‘diatomic’ bonds or electron ‘fluid’ of metals, which is responsible for conductivity. Basically electrons are always looking for a partner to form a pair. In a metal two valence electrons of two atoms form such a pair and are passed on continuously from one atom to the next. But when you separate the individual atoms, this valence electron in the s-orbital does not have a partner. The electron configuration thus becomes unstable and the electron falls into a ‘deeper’ orbital; one speaks of a hybridization of the s- and f-orbital.

In fact, if you compare the measured atomic radii of all elements with the calculated ones (as of now this is not known to established science; for the calculation see “Potentialwirbel Band 4” by Konstantin Meyl; yet to be released in English), you are going to notice a discrepancy in case of the above mentioned d-block elements; their measured radii are smaller than the calculated ones. This implies that there are orbital rearrangements, which cause the atom to enter more stable state; it is also said, it enters a lower “energy niveau”.

When the hybridization of the s- and f-orbital occurs, the new orbital is composed of a circle along which the individual atoms revolve; but the spin axes are differently arranged than in the ‘normal’ case.

Before I’m going to continue, please note these basics: An electron is not just a sphere – it can rather be compared to a planet. Apart from its charge, it also has momentum, that is, it revolves around itself, and by this momentum, it forms a magnetic field similar to earth’s magnetic field; the spin axis is hereby the axis along which the magnetic field intensity is strongest.

Now in our case, the spin axes of the electrons are as well aligned this circle along which the electrons revolve, therefore forming a magnetic ring.

Because of the different speeds and therefore frequencies with which this hybridized orbital revolves around the nuclei, the spectral line at which this atom reflects light is dependent on the rotational speed. When you have one atom, this should not be so much of a problem, but when you’re dealing with lots of atoms, each one of them has a different rotational speed, that is, each one reflects another EM frequency and you end up with a snow-white substance reflecting all light. And herein we disregarded effects from rearrangements of deeper orbitals, as well as the possibility that the nuclei itself, by its number of positively charged protons repelling each other, forms a so-called halo nuclei, in which the nucleus splits apart and protons orbit the nucleus; there could be very well rearrangements of these nucleic orbitals.

I’d like to examine one more property of great importance. You all know by the right hand rule, that a current flowing through a wire produces a magnetic vortex field around that wire. This rule can be simplified to the point that a magnetic line of force is surrounded by an electric vortex field and vice versa. Now in our case of the hybridized orbital, we’re dealing with a magnetic loop, and of course this magnetic intensity is stronger the faster the orbital revolves. Now according to our right hand rule, there must be as electric line of force right through the center of the circular orbital, and in fact there is. This electric line of force is what Hudson at one point called “pure amperage”, as it is really strong compared to the magnetic field due to the high velocity; and it is also the cause for the superconductor-like properties of ORMEs.

Properties of ORMEs

ORMEs behave quite differently from their metal parts. First of all, their weight undergoes changes; second, they’re able to pass through most materials; and third, they respond to very small magnetic fields.

The weight changes are a result of the changes in frequency of the hybridized orbital, because of the fact that weight is actually a result of closed magnetic lines of force and therefore proportional to their intensities. I will not try to give you an explanation for this statement, but you’re encouraged to look at some research done by Konstantin Meyl.

The second property is also a result of the aforementioned statement. In case that the diameter of the hybridized orbital becomes very small in relation to the nucleus, the magnetic field intensity increases and the atom becomes from an objective point of view very small. It is thus conceivable that it is able to pass through the empty space, which is always present between atoms and molecules, of a given material.

As we have deduced in the former part of this article, monoatomic elements have properties of superconductors, hence they respond to very small magnetic fields. This can go so far that the elements levitate on the earth’s magnetic field, which proves to be another reason for the changes in weight.

It also should be mentioned that heated monoatomic gold fuses at a certain temperature into a glass-like substance, which is very brittle and which can be grinded to the powder again.

Biological Relevance

Because of the high amount of rhodium and iridium which Hudson obtained and the fact that these two materials are of the rarest here on earth, Hudson analyzed brains of pigs. What he found out was that in fact up to 5 percent of the dry matter of these brains consisted of OR rhodium and iridium. In other words, the huge discrepancy between the expected amount of iridium and rhodium as calculated by astrophysics and the measured amounts is due to most rhodium and iridium being in the monoatomic state and therefore not measurable by today’s methods.

Most of the nerve impulses of the brain are very weak magnetic fields and the rhodium and iridium present could be the means by which the aura influences the body and vice versa. But this is of course all theory. I encourage you to look up the case of a person taking OR rhodium and OR iridium for 8 and a half months, which Hudson mentioned in some of his lectures.

I hope you enjoyed this introduction and the theory on Hudson’s work. I tried to keep it simple and down to the point. For further reference, ask on the forum or look at Hudson’s and Meyl’s work.

Under the link below, you may download four completely transcribed lectures by David Hudson, which were indexed by me by proper headings to ease research.

Free PDF download David Hudsons Lectures

I also advice you to look at Barry Carter’s work. He has spent quite some time on producing ORMEs. See this video:

Barry Carter at Enota ORMUS Conference

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