Carbon has always been a main component in many areas of the industrial field and continues to be a building block for many useful applications. Although considered virtually impossible, Paramount Discoveries made a scientific breakthrough more than eight years ago by generating the key frequency to magnetize the element carbon.
The potential to stimulate magnetism in carbon has been a controversial topic in the scientific community for decades, having an extraordinary impact on many different technologies. The ability to activate the magnetic moment in an element such as carbon also means having the ability to polarize that element, with polarization being one of the foundations of elemental control.
Some additional facts about stimulating magnetism in carbon include:
Carbon, when combined with silicon, tungsten, boron or titanium, forms some of the hardest compounds used. These compounds are often used as abrasives in cutting and grinding tools. Diamonds, another form of carbon, are used in an industrial form to drill, cut or polish metals and stones. In the form of coke, carbon is used to reduce iron ore into pure iron metal. Carbon is significantly used in the form of hydrocarbons, mainly methane gas and crude oil, which are used in gasoline production and kerosene production through distillation. Plastics are made from synthetic carbon polymers.
The special ability to stimulate magnetism in carbon using EMFT introduces many new and unparalleled opportunities in the scientific and industrial communities. Elements such as iron, nickel, and cobalt have been shown capable of being attracted to a magnet, but scientists have not been able to sustain this process for a significant period of time. Sustaining the magnetic moment in carbon may lead the way to discovering how to stimulate magnetism in other elements.
Carbon is the basis for most aspects of miniaturized construction. Stimulating magnetism in carbon could change the way materials are created. This means the very nature of miniature components can be looked at in a new light. For example, magnetization is the basis for digital data storage, such that how digital memory is created and used could be forever changed. Also, stimulating magnetism in carbon could offer scientists a new approach to addressing climate change as a result of carbon-based emissions. Now that Paramount Discoveries has proven that the ability to sustain the magnetic moment in carbon exists, further steps can be taken in the global effort to reduce carbon emissions and potentially remove carbon emissions altogether.
Past scientific research has failed to yield evidence that the ability to activate the magnetic moment in carbon and maintain it in such a state exists. Such experiments have also created misleading evidence, later showing that attempts to stimulate magnetism in carbon were affected by small traces of iron, cobalt or nickel in test samples. Another example of misleading scientific evidence that carbon could be magnetized occurred in 1999, when a meteorite was found that appeared to have magnetic properties. However, it later could not be proven that the meteorite’s carbon held magnetic properties at the time.
Paramount Discoveries’ EMFT is an evolutionary step in modern science, with the ability to improve multiple facets of life. Carbon is an essential part of life and now we retain the ability to change life in ways never thought possible.
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