Your nose is a mind-boggling multitasker.

The nose is a chemical, electromagnetic, thermal, photonic, barometric, and sonic detector — pretty much everything summed up by Earth, Water, Fire, Air, and Ether.

The prevalent “shape theory” (key-lock system) can’t explain how you can combine rose oil with clove oil and get the odor of carnation.

Yale’s Drs. Lloyd H. Beck and Walter R. Miles validated the “hot nose” theory in 1947.

One type of odor is an infrared heat frequency — and a BROADCAST SENSE.

Your nose sends IR heat waves TO an essential oil, not the other way around.

This is simple heat physics.

Heat doesn’t travel TO you.

When you sit in a cold chair, the cold of the chair doesn’t enter your body — heat from your body escapes into the chair.

IR odor can operate “upwind,” penetrating a solid “odor-proof” and “vision proof” wall, as long as the wall doesn’t block the IR radiation.

Odor frequencies operate between 62.6 and 104 degrees Fahrenheit

IR odor wavelengths can’t operate out of that temperature range.

(Don’t confuse odor temperature with environmental temperature.)

IR odor occupies the frequency band between 7 1/2 to 14 microns.

What a “coincidence” — the same size as the IR broadcaster up your nose!

Incidentally, the most potent reflexology system in the human body is up the nose.

The second most potent reflexology system is in the ears; hence, auricular therapy as an acupuncture microsystem.

(Reflexology in the U.S. was first popularized by an ear, nose, & throat surgeon, William H. Fitzgerald.)

Your nose channels SONICS to your lungs — a Metal Organ, not a Wood (air) Organ.

Oxygen is paramagnetic and attracted to magnetic fields.



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'Your Nose Broadcasts Without a License' have 2 comments

  1. April 30, 2011 @ 9:37 am shellinspector

    Hi Atom!

    I agree with you on two things:
    1. People and animals do sense IR based signals from surrounding.

    2. The sense of IR heat signals might as well be captured by sensor system of the nose.

    However, I don’t think that the evidence is there to claim that this is an odor in a conventional sense. It is not what most people would agree on calling odor, smell or fragrance. If you lock up a rose in a closed solid “odor-proof” and “vision proof” box, no person would be able to smell it.

    Now, someone with extended sensory ability will correctly guess that the box contains a rose, but that will not be because they smell it. I think a correct way to say is that they might sense it with their nose.

    Atom, I don’t quite understand how they concluded that the IR heat signal had to travel from the nose to the odor object and not vice versa? Does the system work like a radar or sonar by sending out the energy and receiving back its reflection, in essence a resonance feedback loop?

    Finally, I am greatly intrigued by the oxygen attracted by magnetic fields. Can I use magnets, to attract more oxygenated blood in the body to improve its healing power? Does polarity play a difference? How else can we use magnets, nose, oxygen system to our benefit?

    I have some polished hematite/magnetite minerals. Would it be good thing to lay them on a post-operated site on a body to promote healing? Should I put some on the nose to boost the effect?

    Finally, I have read that unpolished, raw, minerals have greater healing power than the pretty polished ones. What is you take on this?

    Atom, Thanks for making this discussion possible!

    Reply

    • April 30, 2011 @ 4:05 pm atomb

      Even if a single molecule of a pheromone can activate a moth’s receptor cell from as far as 10 miles away, how does the moth know where to go?

      Odor has both “upwind” and “downwind” capabilities.

      Myoglobin and hemoglobin are superior magnets.

      Don’t mess with magnets unless you really know what you’re doing.

      The magnetotherapy books of Jesse Partridge are a good place to start.

      Reply


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