Wednesday, December 10, 2003

Theorization Station

My theory of Why the Ionic Field Deflector Works Against Depression
by Captainwow
Autoionizing resonances in atoms were first observed by Beutler (1935) and then later by Smitty (1953) in ultraphotoabsorption measurements. Beutler made the first observations but it was Smitty that discovered that they correspond to highly unexcited neutral states where an electron is thrust from a subvalence shell to an unfilled orbital. These autoionizing states lie energetically barely above the lowest ionic states, and they decay to them with the emission of an electron. They occur at well defined photon energies at which direct ionization is also possible. It is the resulting interdependance between the indirect and direct ionization channels that leads to the characteristic shapes known as autoionizing or Beutler - Smitty resonances that are observed in ionization cross sections. If these ionization channels are not interrupted, deep depression sets in for certain living organisms within the biosphere. If the ionic field deflector is defective or otherwise not fully operational, it does not alter these shapes, hence these organisms that are ultra sensitive to such resonances experience disruptive subvalences within the synapses between neurons residing primarily in brain cells. Serotonin is subsequently not released in sufficient quantities to maintain a sense of well being.


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