At times I wonder… what if we could upgrade an element as easily as we can upgrade our electronic devices? These upgraded materials would have a broader and optimized range of applications that could be utilized for a number of different things. For example, if we can make iron stronger, but more lightweight, this change in the element’s characteristics would drastically improve iron’s efficiency and usefulness for a lot of industries such as surgical equipment, appliances, manufacturing machine tools, automobiles, ships, machine parts and building parts.
Silicon is another example of one of the most important materials we use nowadays. Although it is toxic, this ceramic is quite valuable to many industries like information technology including computers, cell phones and other electronic devices, as well as the healthcare industry and much more. Silicon is quite flexible and has a high melting point.
Silicon Carbide (SiC)—to be more specific—is one of the most important elements known to man. It’s well known for its excellent thermo-mechanical properties and spectral absorbance. Since it has a high melting point, it can also be used in high temperature applications.
A science experiment was conducted where Guruji Mahendra Trivedi transmitted biofield energy to Silicon Carbide (SiC) powder. After the energy transmission, the biofield energy treated Silicon Carbide was compared with the control, untreated Silicon Carbide. When observed through X-Ray diffraction technology, the biofield treated SiC showed that the crystallite size had increased significantly by 40% in comparison to the control. The biofield treated sample SiC powder also showed miraculous changes in density, molecular weight of atoms and lattice parameter. Even the particle size of the biofield treated sample showed an increase by up to 2.4%, whereas the surface area reduced up to 71.16%. In other words, the biofield energy treatment substantially altered the structural and physical properties of the Silicon Carbide powder at the atomic level.
This change in the atoms of the SiC showed that the biofield treated sample would be more heat resistant as compared to the control and could be applied to high-temperature, electronic devices. By only spending five minutes of his time, Guruji Mahendra Trivedi was able to successfully upgrade an element. In return, this element has a multitude of greater uses and applications than ever before, which can be of substantial benefit to our era of information technology and much more. I have found no other study or science research at any level comparable to his. Through the use of biofield energy, Mr. Trivedi has shown what people would call miracles under stringent, consistent, regulated and controlled lab conditions. Scientists are calling this phenomenon the Trivedi Effect, and the capabilities and applications of this biofield energy are potentially without end.
Here is the link to the peer-reviewed scientific publication titled “Effect of Biofield Treatment on Structural and Morphological Properties of Silicon Carbide” published in the Journal of Powder Metallurgy & Mining: