One very important, but generally unacknowledged component of vortex phenomena is the introduction, “generation” or restoration of subtle energies. These can be considered “pre-particles” or proto-particulates that congeal to form subatomic, and then atomic elements that we recognize.
Another factor is the idea that once something “is”, it is always that. As an example, carbon dioxide (CO2), is treated as though it is always “CO2”. However, it is a carbon atom (C) that is “bonded”, by way of magnetic attraction, with 2 oxygen atoms (O2). The bonds are not permanent. Under the proper conditions, these combinations of elements come together, and stay together, until conditions change that cause them to become something else, or assume another configuration.
Nature has its own ways of “assembling,” disassembling, and reconfiguring all element combinations. Yet, when “science” suggests, and scientific education teaches that certain phenomena must act, or be addressed a certain way, and no other way, and is unquestionable if you want graduate, be recognized, and to earn a living as a “scientist”, then a dangerous loop is entered, that will require extrication.
While there are others, the most fundamental way to change these relationships, particularly in water, is through the “physics” of vortex motion. The centripetal (generative/organizing) and centrifugal (radiative/dissolving) properties inherent within the movement make a laundry list of changes that improve the volumes “pre-vortexed” state.
Let’s look into the imagined center of a vortex. We created this image with Midjourney.
Below are just a few examples of the results of the "work" that is naturally, automatically, and unerringly done within vortex motion events (VMEs) created in our vortex generators.
- Friction Reduction ~ the increased and coordinated spin rate of the water volume means that they pass into, or through environments with less friction. This also means that it requires less energy, such as electricity or fuel, to run machinery, such as pumps or generators. Many of our customers have reported such savings.
- Smaller Cluster Sizes ~ A vortex is characterized by high differentials of motion vectors, or “spin” at different velocities. The very highest velocities and pressures are at the center of the vortex, which gradually diminish toward the outer edge. These factors create discrete parallel streams that cause clusters and compounds to be broken up, or simply “ground up” as they are “tumbled” in-between. Because water cannot be compressed, these pressures are the most effective way to consistently and reliably reduce the size of these “solids”, which are actually elements whose main issue is that they are either not biocompatible, or bioavailable. Vortexing actually addresses and improves both issues.
- Increased Oxygen Availability ~ The very physical, grinding action created by the laminar flows, coupled with the friction-reducing, accelerated spin results in higher levels of oxygen (O2) and other beneficial combinations of molecules to create both chemical and biological alchemy from commoditized chaos. Oxygen (O2) is the only gas that has paramagnetic properties. Breathe reduced amounts, and health suffers. Take a breath where there is no available oxygen, such as when there is carbon monoxide (CO) or carbon dioxide (CO2), and life itself is in question, except of you’re a plant, which “inhales” the CO2 keeps the carbon, and “exhales” O2.
- Improved Uptake ~ Smaller particles sizes doesn’t mean fewer “solids,” but simpler, more compatible, and flowing ones, better able to get where they need to be, to benefit plant, animal, or people, than they were in their previous motion-state.
- Infiltration ~ Smaller particle sizes, greater biocompatibility and bioavailability, means that water gets further places easier, and in less time. Our customers have seen seedlings germinate in half the “normal” time, with higher germination rates, with higher nutrient density… while requiring significantly less
More about Laminar Flows
Using the new conversational language-based information tool, ChatGPT, we made a query about laminar flows, and got the following explanation.
Laminar flows are fluid flows in which the fluid particles move in parallel layers, with no disruption or mixing between the layers. In laminar flow, the fluid moves in smooth, predictable paths, and the velocity and pressure are constant across any cross section of the flow.
I asked further: “How are laminar flows formed within a vortex?”
Laminar flows within a vortex can form when a fluid moves in a circular motion and the fluid velocity decreases with increasing distance from the center of rotation. This type of flow is characterized by fluid particles that follow well-defined, concentric circular paths, with no disruption or mixing between adjacent fluid layers. The flow is called “laminar” because the fluid moves in a smooth and predictable manner.
The formation of laminar flows within a vortex is dependent on several factors, including the fluid's viscosity, the rate of rotation, and the radius of the vortex itself. At low Reynolds numbers, the fluid viscosity dominates over its inertial forces, and the fluid particles move in laminar, circular paths. However, at high Reynolds numbers, turbulence and mixing can occur, disrupting the laminar flow and resulting in a more chaotic flow pattern.
It's worth noting that laminar flows within a vortex are typically found in certain specialized applications, such as in laboratory experiments or in industrial processes, and are not a common occurrence in nature. In natural systems, vortices often exhibit turbulent flow patterns, with fluid particles moving in a more chaotic and unpredictable manner.
Our use of vortex generators would be classified in a commercial/industrial context. We’re including residential and all scales of agricultural in this definition. It is not a “natural” system. The outer wall of the vortex generator itself in conjunction with the turbulence-generating elements we place inside, create Reynolds numbers that ensure passage of particles across the flows, where they are torn apart and “ground” down by the forces and pressures.
There are many more reasons why vortex generators should be on every line.