Saturday, January 28, 2017

Metallic hydrogen: the holy grail

This article is in line with my speculations on hydrogen as saectum saectorum:
Pannikar's use of saeculum is interesting referring to mystery. That's why I chose my de-re Latin phrase based on that usage, as intoning resonantly in that language creates a mysterious aura about it (as in Church). It is not just the common usage of common but that which is most common, like the most holy. Hydrogen is the most common and prevalent element in the universe, the very foundation of All but particularly stars. It's the fuel of cosmic combustion and yet the most mysterious phenomenon of All. 

On a practical level, this is why hydrogen fuel-cell tech is on the forefront of clean, efficient energy. And no surprise that Rifkin plans to store energy as hydrogen once generated from his smart buildings. Hydrogen, the saectum saectorum, is the key to our sustainable future. It is quite literally hot stuff.

Which of course feeds into the fold, as the basic, most common material of our universe is transformed into the highest, most aetheric yet functional energy source. The spirit/matter dichotomy is transcended in this postmetaphysical, inseparable multipli-cation. Welcome to Multipli City, aka Syn City, the next kosmic address.

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