Gorban & samolia crops/Grotentraast plant


Here above is an example of the Chlorobiaceae:

First of all, I think that they are simply just regularly photosynthetic, in contrast to what is thought, so the carbon clings away from the oxygen and the oxygen get’s released, while having water as oxygen source as well. Being oxidated and using water as oxidator for hydrogen and thanks to the photoelectric effect for the photosystems the resulting molecule is consistent for the same frequency. This also accounts for C6H1206, so pure for growth: bright light is the best option, because more glucose means a higher production of hormones that stimulate growth with the necessary nutrients, and it only makes C6H1206 in normal daylight, because of the photoelectric effect.

We pipette omigolds/chlorosomes from the chlorobiaceae in the egg cells to produce more C6H1206 (glucose) the chloroplasts are perhaps outcompeted by the omigolds. Assuming the male pollen don’t contain chloroplasts or omigolds, because that could effect the environment when they are outside. The apple doesn’t fall far from the tree like the abrasion we say in the Netherlands, but the seeds however spread by birds as example. We could perhaps also use the compounds from the Elysia chlorotica, to get them in.

The chloroplasts are replaced by omigolds from the chlorobiaceae, because the omigolds have their own DNA. The only problem would be that more seeds should be fertilized to ensure an offspring, because they would otherwise be unfruitful seeds. With or without bees.

The omigolds are present in the chlorobiaceae that live close to the bottom of the Black Sea, and use the glow of underwater volcanoes to get chemical energy, because the sunlight doesn’t propagate that far in the sea, while also getting their reduction of CO2 from the black smoke that come from the black smokers to fabricate plain carbohydrates, and those will be just glucose, so they have a certain structure of around 250,000 chlorophyll molecules, they are together far more efficient in converting light to chemical energy.

I estimate that they are 10 times as efficient (based on nothing), which means much more profit, but if the demand lacks, then we can lower the price, or you must use less field for Gorban crops, so you can harvest more times a year in a field that’s smaller, while paying less for the total field. I assume that we have to harvest the crops more times a year, because the crops perhaps, die like a cousin of mine said to me, along with using much more minerals. The sunlight isn’t that strong in every season, so we would use greenhouses with indoor lamps. We could think that using more electricity for regular crops is the better way to go, but the photolelectric effect states that the light intensity is irrelevant, only the frequency matters, while higher frequencies would perhaps result in molecules different than glucose. Higher frequencies might stimulate the growth too. I’m not completely sure, but I think that I saw the big greenhouse idea in a Pokémon episode very long ago.

We overall don’t need to manage the field that much, along with less necessary field for farmers by using more staff, but we most of all can fight the strarvation in the world eventually though, which shouldn’t be underestimated as well, and it’s meant as food anyway.

Samolia crops are even better. We can just gather much more food material without much more labor from the ground.

The extra food & field can be used for the animals instead to make their life less miserable until we eat them in the end.

The population rises exponentially as known, but the agriculture sector rises more linearly eventually as known, due to a lack of space, so the Earth is going to get starved by being crammed eventually if we don’t use the omigold/chlorosomes crops with an increased life expectancy with a saturated amount as population, while a man and a woman could have two children to stabilize the population, while the elderly start to leave this world, so we could maybe have four children eventually (Might be true), and get at least around 200 years old (I hope). Retirement should at least be like a pause in your life, either in a row or not. I wish that everyone would have the option to live forever though, but I don’t want to cause a faithless world either of course.

There always have been problems with satisfying the need for food, especially when we want meat.

This may seem weird, but chloroplasts also migrated from bacteria, because they came from the cyanobacteria through endosymbiosis.

Wait until you find you find out how the new mature crops taste!

I am against abuse, so we don’t ruin the flowers, although cross-ofsprings in nature probably aren’t viable, so we don’t have to worry about that, when outside.

We could perhaps do the same with extraterrestrial autotrophic organelles to make crops more efficient…

It could be a wise idea to store the original chloroplast crops though.

Prospering isolated chloroplasts for glucose doesn’t even work, because the outer layer isn’t transparent, so that why some plants use leaves to capture a bigger surface, because the content is dark inside.

Grotentraast plant:

I heard years before that the Dows/Greys wanted our flora (however manipulated), so they can breath nitrogen in a cycle, similar to our cycle (they however said hydrogen), but plain sunlight could not be energetic enough (probably in the platinum case). I’m pretty sure that the reaction is endothermic. DNA damage could maybe be an issue too. With such high frequencies, while being uncovered. Air frying nitrogen could be too systematic for entropy. Indirectly heating it with a flame could maybe result in less chemical energy than burning rough oil. Gases normally use heat to expand and cause resulting pressure. I mean that binding nitrogen to oxygen could maybe cause more chemical energy, temporary of course. We used platinum during the drill as an catalyst, against sour rain.

My idea is to make a platinium sphere with a hollow pole and metalic leaves. I recall late that the leaves need branches. Inside the hollow sphere is a PROPER UV C lamp (maybe inside a vacuum or it somehow only works with air inside perhaps with a high pressure) to increase the platinum’s chemical energy by the photoelectric effect. The sphere and UV C lamp should maintain the ideal ratio, so there could be a point where we use big or probably multiple UV lamps. The platinum layer should not be too thin or too thick. I know the composition of air on Earth. It turns NO and NO2 (maybe only NO2) into N2 & O2

We Might be able to make the sphere by doing it layer for layer, like a 3D printer (I don’t know). We can also bend plates bit by bit and fuse them together by using our hands properly or by making two half spheres and fuse them together, while making a hole. There should be wires/cables at both ends of the UV lamp, so the UV C tubes could have two iron cylinders at both ends. The iron in the sphere should be fused, in case that’s possible or maybe it doesn’t. It’s strange but we can maybe knot the wires/cables at the iron cylinders without isolation. Maybe with the double hitch/mastworp in Dutch. I wouldn’t know if that’s a bother with only four vingers at one hand. There should also be resistant/isolating cylinders on both sides of the iron cylinders to prevent a short circuit. The UV C lamp can either be vertical or horizontal. The wires look better with the horizontal one, but we wouldn’t see that anyway. We wire/cable them through the holes at the relative bottom of the sphere, so through the hollow pole from the sphere before the sphere is done. We however probably  just make an entire hole at the hollow pole from the sphere, but I expect others to know of course.

The UV C lamp could be supported by the wain. It’s similar to our streetlight of course. We would normally isolate the wires/cables of course. The UV C lamp should somehow be put inside the sphere in a sturdy way. I advice not to amberize or perhaps any adhesive at all. The combo of LEGO and springs (like a remote’s battery) could maybe help, aiming at an ideal ratio. It could maybe fit beneath with a big and sturdy version of the LEGO mechanic (principle), while we use a hole with a spring above (like a remote’s battery). The small non-conducting cylinder shaped extension of the regular non-conducting cylinders would fit inside those holes with the spring. The regular non-conducting cylinders are too big. The rest of the sphere would be fused to that hole thing. The top and bottom should maybe both be springs along with the respective holes and small non-conducting cylinder shaped extensions of the regular non-conducting cylinder, but I think that I would preferably have faith in the LEGO mechanic for ONE SIDE. Beneath and above could be flipped horizontally.

The garmen might help.

GO TO : Fast/compact battery.

I recall now that streetlight works by conducting both ways as well.

The theory is that the electrons wouldn’t detach. We should otherwise hold it to UV B or even UV A, because it never detaches when the frequency is low enough. Watching the platinum gives me hope and my intuition has been right a couple of times.

I hope that we could make everlasting UV C lamps, in which I mean that they don’t have to be changed. We could of course take energy efficiency into account. The UV C tubes would have to be impermeable to gases and liquids of course, without a vacuum though. I also assume that a slight overtime dampness wouldn’t rust the iron inside the spheres.

I hope this comes in time. Centralizing them in one small country would be the best for low resources. It can perhaps cleanse the entire word that way! The place itself on Earth could also be a factor. The NO2 could flow to that same centralized spot.


I just realized that we could also use flat plates. The above is however a better design to me. It maybe actually needs the curve (latitude & longtitude) to function, by having better contact with NO and NO2 (maybe only NO2). Similar but different to the hexagons. I assume that half a sphere on the ground could practically also do. Assuming that the NO and NO2 are also close to the ground.

Giant half spheres could perhaps not function, due to the distribution rate. Half a sphere could however rest on a flat plateau with a hollow pole. I’m pretty sure as well that most will prefer my first design, if not all. We can also make a design where the plant has multiple spheres and branches with leaves. I mean metalic. Rows of half spheres could maybe be some sort of bush, or a row of whole spheres on short hollow poles. Metalic leaves are also an idea (my uncle told me about iron flowers). I recall late that the metalic leaves need metalic branches. We can make something similar to giant flowers. We can also make something similar to the upper part of Tentacruel’s head (a Pokémon). These are some examples of designs. I can’t resist to type about stems (shape of a tree trunk) with spheres on them, but however in half. The same for gnome like mushrooms, which actually aren’t plants.

We would have to coat or replace the iron against rust. I suddenly think of the Pokémon sudowoodo, but I realized that AFTER everything, besides the rust. I had this theory for a while and it could already be known but the mechanism for nitrogen could be in the DNA.

It’s obvious that we just give the platinum. What for real use is platinum to “us”? I would otherwise finance that bulshit. Shipping to the moon wouldn’t be that hard. They could perhaps be on Earth now though.

I know about firework in the distant future, but wonder about sulfur.

The ideas of design are inspired by my uncle, who showed a picture of fused iron flowers.

I don’t know how to send the impulse, but this image inspired a fifth finger for the dows/greys. Sensing the finger is another problem.

GO TO: Mega-muscles

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