The Theory That Can Change Everything

While I normally stick to entries that are spiritual in nature, I couldn't help but become intrigued by a scientific theory that holds the power to reshape the very foundations of our world: one that would allow us to control and disperse energy efficiently and literally halt natural disasters in their tracks. What balance this would bring to our planet and to our lives both individually and collectively. I'm a firm believer that we were already given everything we need to deliver harmony to our world, but the catch is that we have to look beyond the archaic conventions that have been instilled in us--the ones that tell us we are limited in any way, shape, or form. We have to see things working differently than they are now. We have to dream a little, if you will.

Can you imagine a world with no tornadoes, hurricanes, or earthquakes? A planet free from natural disasters? Millions of lives would be saved each year. This may sound too good to be true to you or me, but one man easily envisions this ideal scenario and believes he's discovered the way to predict, redirect, and end natural disasters.

Dmitry Dyudkin, a professor at Donetsk Technical University, has developed a theory that states that all processes that happen on our planet are directly correlated to the energy and activity of the sun. Every second, countless energy rays are bombarding our planet with immense force, producing incredible amounts of energy. Part of solar radiation is reflected by our atmosphere, but a larger portion penetrates down to our planet's core. By this assumption, our planet should be getting hotter and hotter by the second, until it can no longer support life. So where does all of this energy go? You might remember learning in physics class that energy doesn't disappear or die out, it just transfers to different forms. Thermal energy changes, but to what?

As far as 25 years back, Professor Dyudkin began delving into the topic. He soon learned that solar energy transformed into electricity within the earth's core. By interviewing experts from all walks of life, he noted that as excavation equipment descended into the depths of the earth (such as during oil exploration), inexplicable, electrical shortages often occurred. But what was causing them? Evidently, the electrical currents trapped within the deep earth were interfering with the function of the equipment. This scientific discovery--that solar energy is contained as electricity in the earth's core--became the professor's very own patented technology in the Ukraine and Russia.

Professor Dyudkin continued to probe the theory further by studying geophysics and earth structure. He then noticed that the paths of tornadoes in Tornado Alley mostly follow the same route, regardless of variable conditions. To explain this, he cited that electrical currents always travel from positive to negative. According to his research, electrical currents are always present in the core of our planet, and are constantly being resupplied by the sun. At some point, an electrical shortage happens and causes natural disasters. It's like something reaching it's bursting point. Professor Dyudkin found the way to measure electrical currents, and to use the excess energy either for consumption by the public--which would entail free energy--or to dissipate this buildup of energy so that it isn't unleashed on the innocent dwellers of our earth.

This information would lend us not only the ability to explain all weather phenomena, but also to predict when, where, and how the next hurricane or tornado will strike. If Professor Dyudkin's theory is proven true and utilized globally, it would signal a revolution in energy management and consumption as we know it. I for one hope that we will be able to spare innumerable lives by effectively mastering solar energy and behaving more responsibly towards our mother earth.

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Dr. Carmen Harra

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