One side of reality that has affected me much more in my life is the use of ether for the transmission of electrons. The ether-electrons being involved in the metabolism of human thought, are synthesized as follows:
Isotope of abundant Helium, possessing a neutron
In my opinion, there are two forms of destabilization of the atom, that which occurs for example on a single radioactive atom isolated in the vacuum and that caused by an external energizing interaction. It is far from certain, but the stable aluminum found on the Moon is transmuted into Helium-3, in my opinion by an energetic disintegration other than neutron (or others particles).
Anyway, it is possible to extract this isotope from the Earth's atmosphere and its subsoil.
The use of conventional means such as contactless magnetic centrifugation may not be sufficient because there is not enough left for everyone. Using an additional procedure such as freezing the substrate could allow us to extract a little more. It's hard for me to confirm, but maybe a technique like gas diffusion could be used. Also, there is bombing, using cyclotron. At last, but for a limited time, it could be extracted from methane process.
The helium isotope must be used for use at the temperature of the required thermodynamic equilibrium.
A chemical bond between Helium-3 and a partner is required to obtain an energy wave that will propagate in a straight line in the desired direction. This has to do with the fact that the free electron will want to place itself, most of the time, the opposite of the one who maintains a chemical bond. But, without achieving a perfect "laser", it could be placed free in a matrix of evaporated solvent, to fix it in place and time, with the use of C-60... See in a future chapter.
The whole must be put at the thermodynamic equilibrium temperature. And to generate an operation on the matrix, a point and repeated heat energy application must be administered. Thus, the electron will want to walk around and will be immediately brought back to its orbital optimal potential, the opposite of the connecting electron, making the corridor of the trajectory will be in deficit or surplus and will allow, until the end of the Matrix, an opposite operation that will result in a positron or an electron, as the case may be.
Finally, the whole will have to undergo a matter-antimatter separating oscillation, on a frequency relative to the resonance of the brain.
In addition to the abundant exposure to the ether-electron of which I was a victim, my interest in the colonization of the universe brings me to the analysis of the matrix of the star-black hole system. By various reasonings, I come to the conclusion that the distance between a planet and its star is of prime importance. Not only for surface temperature or amount of radiation, but for the speed of light in the space close to it: therefore the density and at the same time the capacity of the human brain to function. The use of artificial systems to generate an angle could therefore be necessary for the colonization of certain planets. A fusion reactor would therefore be one of the elements to consider during inter-galactic travel: Can the human brain survive? Yes, but cerebellar functions may need to be simulated if a fusion reactor is unavailable or the space is at another angle in the galaxy and that the density of Matrix is too low. Therefore, the inter-galactic journey remains a theoretical fact. However, various strategies could be put forward to counter this phenomenon.