The Electrical Field


Life on earth is regulated by an omnipresent electrical field

This field surrounds the earth and therefore all matter and creatures. Under normal conditions, the level of this electrostatic field is well characterized and averages about 120 Volts per meter of elevation. As the earth rotates within its own magnetic field the motion of the earth generates an electrical field of high potential.
(Ref: Michael Faraday's first hypothesis; the magnetic field does not belong to the magnet)

Without this electrical field and motion, life on earth would not exist (ref: Walter Russell). Electrostatic pressure or charge is the result of motion, and motion creates polarized charges. Two charges of opposite polarity attract each other and two charges of same polarity repel each other. Charges are either positive or negative.