Element mentioned by Victor Schauberger.
"The cause of an explosion is the sudden binding by highly charged oxygen, which at +40*C (104*F) becomes free and aggressive, of the sweet substances generally known as carbones, which become increasingly passive (inactive) with pressure and increase in heat.'" [Callum Coats; "Energy Evolution"; pp. 73-74]
 Palatable: Here Viktor Schauberger uses the word 'mundgerecht', which literally means 'suitable for the mouth'. As used here it refers to the processing or preparation of the oxygenic elements for consumption (binding) by the carbones. The immediately following reference to the action of 'branches swaying in the wind' relates to the way that the leaves and branches of the mother-trees thus moved, break up or 'pre-masticate' as it were, the gross agglomerations of atmospheric gases, thereby refining them sufficiently for absorption by the delicate young saplings. This Viktor Schauberger describes in "Nature's Secrets Unveiled: In Transmutation Lies Eternity", p.11 of The Fertile Earth, Vol. III of the Ecotechnology series. It is process analogous to the production of 'pap' in earlier epochs, namely the feeding of babies through the pre-chewing of coarse foods by the mother prior to spitting them into the baby's mouth.—Ed. [The Energy Evolution - Harnessing Free Energy from Nature, New Forms of Motion and Energy]
Fractionating Column and Distillates