Temperature group A (T1 - Schauberger) is entirely unknown in scientific circles today and is also missing in our conceptual and linguistic vocabulary. All that is known therefore are the so-called processes of oxidation, combustion or decomposition; the so-called reduction process being understood only in part. And this only to the extent to which it is responsible for the separation of both stocks of primary substances, namely the dissociation of the allotropic carbones and oxygenes present in deceased organic or inorganic structures. [The Energy Evolution - Harnessing Free Energy from Nature, Bio-Technology: Active and Reactive Temperatures]

The formulation of all terminology concerning this 'higher' knowledge is uncommonly difficult for the simple reason that today's science has commandeered all the relevant terminology, and thus in the German vocabulary there is a lack of suitable words with which to formulate these new concepts in a meaningful way.[4] For this reason the only way to approach things is by way of circumlocution so that they can be half-way understood by scientists. [The Energy Evolution - Harnessing Free Energy from Nature, The Life-Current in Air and Water]

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