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Physical Immortality & Diamond Microchips


Humans have inherited a huge challenge....we have inherited a life and some unexplored ability to keep it.

We as a group are perpetuating, through beliefs of limitation, our responsibility to ourselves and all others..... to deal with our collective inherited mortality resolution possibility.

Further, children have inherited the tendency to become like those who are here now. Within that their life potential is being widely subverted. Education and art can do much to change this tragedy into a miracle of unknown size.

When humans replicate they create both life and death for another innocent being who will come into physical existence to learn about manifestation from those around them.
In the era before Mandatory Immortality this is a death sentence called life.
Humanity wrote a law about pre-meditated murder and this definitely fits that description.
With everyone hypnotized to act as if this intention is sufficient, the children have no protection from this era of rationalized deathwish imposition
.....UNTIL NOW!!!(clarification link)
Please shift your intention now in the things you say to others and in the things you spend time creating in your part of the world. It's that easy!
Just shift your intention in your speech. That will spread the deathwish resolution cure.
Please Evolve your Destinial Viability Index
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Thank You for Your Immortal Intentions!
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Let all your presidents know about Immotality in every way you can, Please! 

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The future High Temperature Extention of Moore's Law for Super computing and Physical Immortality
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The IMMORTALIST & Evolver of the Top S.E.O. Analyst Aptitude for Deciphering Google's Algorithm, A Search Engine Optimization and Ranking Marketing Strategist & Specialist who was originally Motivated by the pursuit of Physical Immortality for most if not all Humanoids!

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The Lord of Titanium Rings & Titanium Pictures

In a Google Search on November 22, 2004 for titanium rings, the number of results was set at 100 urls and 47 of my New Urls are/were present [[after a 25 day effort]] including taking Number 1 in [TITANIUM RINGS].
Welcome to the World Wide Google Algorithm Deciphering Olympics of 2005!
Below is the Publicized addresses of those urls AND THE EVIDENCE of the upward motion of these 45 (NEW) URL's, THUS Demonstrating my APTITUDE evolution in the increasingly accurate decoding of a moving Target GOOGLE Algorithm (evolution)!

The New Diamond Microchip Diamond Microchips Age

Armed with inexpensive, mass-produced gems, two startups are launching an assault on the De Beers cartel. Next up: the computing industry. By Joshua Davis

The New Diamond Microchip Diamond Microchips Age Bryant Linares http://diamond-microchips.com

Bryant Linares Aron Weingarten Aron Weingarten brings the yellow diamond up to the stainless steel jeweler's loupe he holds against his eye. We are in Antwerp, Belgium, in Weingarten's marbled and gilded living room on the edge of the city's gem district, the center of the diamond universe. Nearly 80 percent of the world's rough and polished diamonds move through the hands of Belgian gem traders like Weingarten, a dealer who wears the thick beard and black suit of the Hasidim.

The New Diamond Microchip Diamond Microchips Age

The New Diamond Microchip Diamond Microchips Age Bryant Linares http://diamond-microchips.com

David Clugston Yellow diamonds manufactured by Gemesis, the first company to market gem-quality synthetic stones. The largest grow to 3 carats.

The New Diamond Microchip Diamond Microchips Age

"This is very rare stone," he says, almost to himself, in thickly accented English. "Yellow diamonds of this color are very hard to find. It is probably worth 10, maybe 15 thousand dollars." "I have two more exactly like it in my pocket," I tell him.
He puts the diamond down and looks at me seriously for the first time. I place the other two stones on the table. They are all the same color and size. To find three nearly identical yellow diamonds is like flipping a coin 10,000 times and never seeing tails.
The New Diamond Microchip Diamond Microchips Age Bryant Linares http://diamond-microchips.com

"These are cubic zirconium?" Weingarten says without much hope. "No, they're real," I tell him. "But they were made by a machine in Florida for less than a hundred dollars." The New Diamond Microchip Diamond Microchips Age Bryant Linares http://diamond-microchips.com

Ian White A microwave plasma tool at the Naval Research Lab, used to create diamonds for high-temperature semiconductor experiments. Weingarten shifts uncomfortably in his chair and stares at the glittering gems on his dining room table. "Unless they can be detected," he says, "these stones will bankrupt the industry."

The New Diamond Microchip Diamond Microchips Age Bryant Linares http://diamond-microchips.com

Put pure carbon under enough heat and pressure - say, 2,200 degrees Fahrenheit and 50,000 atmospheres - and it will crystallize into the hardest material known. Those were the conditions that first forged diamonds deep in Earth's mantle 3.3 billion years ago. Replicating that environment in a lab isn't easy, but that hasn't kept dreamers from trying. Since the mid-19th century, dozens of these modern alchemists have been injured in accidents and explosions while attempting to manufacture diamonds.
The New Diamond Microchip Diamond Microchips Age Bryant Linares http://diamond-microchips.com

Recent decades have seen some modest successes. Starting in the 1950s, engineers managed to produce tiny crystals for industrial purposes - to coat saws, drill bits, and grinding wheels. But this summer, the first wave of gem-quality manufactured diamonds began to hit the market. They are grown in a warehouse in Florida by a roomful of Russian-designed machines spitting out 3-carat roughs 24 hours a day, seven days a week. A second company, in Boston, has perfected a completely different process for making near-flawless diamonds and plans to begin marketing them by year's end. This sudden arrival of mass-produced gems threatens to alter the public's perception of diamonds - and to transform the $7 billion industry. More intriguing, it opens the door to the development of diamond-based semiconductors.

The New Diamond Microchip Diamond Microchips Age Bryant Linares http://diamond-microchips.com

Diamond, it turns out, is a geek's best friend. Not only is it the hardest substance known, it also has the highest thermal conductivity - tremendous heat can pass through it without causing damage. Today's speedy microprocessors run hot - at upwards of 200 degrees Fahrenheit. In fact, they can't go much faster without failing. Diamond microchips, on the other hand, could handle much higher temperatures, allowing them to run at speeds that would liquefy ordinary silicon. But manufacturers have been loath even to consider using the precious material, because it has never been possible to produce large diamond wafers affordably. With the arrival of Gemesis, the Florida-based company, and Apollo Diamond, in Boston, that is changing. Both startups plan to use the diamond jewelry business to finance their attempt to reshape the semiconducting world.

The New Diamond Microchip Diamond Microchips Age Bryant Linares http://diamond-microchips.com

But first things first. Before anyone reinvents the chip industry, they'll have to prove they can produce large volumes of cheap diamonds. Beyond Gemesis and Apollo, one company is convinced there's something real here: De Beers Diamond Trading Company. The London-based cartel has monopolized the diamond business for 115 years, forcing out rivals by ruthlessly controlling supply. But the sudden appearance of multicarat, gem-quality synthetics has sent De Beers scrambling. Several years ago, it set up what it calls the Gem Defensive Programme - a none too subtle campaign to warn jewelers and the public about the arrival of manufactured diamonds. At no charge, the company is supplying gem labs with sophisticated machines designed to help distinguish man-made from mined stones.

The New Diamond Microchip Diamond Microchips Age Bryant Linares http://diamond-microchips.com

Ian White "I was in combat in Korea and 'Nam. You better believe that I can handle the diamond business," says Gemesis founder Carter Clarke, center. His lieutenants have 27 diamond-making machines up and running -- with 250 planned -- at this factory outside Sarasota, Florida In its long history, De Beers has survived African insurrection, shrugged off American antitrust litigation, sidestepped criticism that it exploits third world workers, and contended with Australian, Siberian, and Canadian diamond discoveries. The firm has a huge advertising budget and a stranglehold on diamond distribution channels. But there's one thing De Beers doesn't have: retired brigadier general Carter Clarke.

The New Diamond Microchip Diamond Microchips Age Bryant Linares http://diamond-microchips.com

Carter Clarke, 75, has been retired from the Army for nearly 30 years, but he never lost the air of command. When he walks into Gemesis - the company he founded in 1996 to make diamonds - the staff stands at attention to greet him. It just feels like the right thing to do. Particularly since "the General," as he's known, continually salutes them as if they were troops heading into battle. "I was in combat in Korea and 'Nam," he says after greeting me with a salute in the office lobby. "You better believe I can handle the diamond business."

The New Diamond Microchip Diamond Microchips Age Bryant Linares http://diamond-microchips.com

Clarke slaps me hard on the back, and we set off on a tour of his new 30,000-square-foot factory, located in an industrial park outside Sarasota, Florida. The building is slated to house diamond-growing machines, which look like metallic medicine balls on life support. Twenty-seven machines are now up and running. Gemesis expects to add eight more every month, eventually installing 250 in this warehouse.

The New Diamond Microchip Diamond Microchips Age Bryant Linares http://diamond-microchips.com

The New Diamond Microchip Diamond Microchips Age Bryant Linares http://diamond-microchips.com

In other words, the General is preparing a first strike on the diamond business. "Right now, we only threaten the way De Beers wants the consumer to think of a diamond," he says, noting that his current monthly output doesn't even equal that of a small mine. "But imagine what happens when we fill this warehouse and then the one next door," he says with a grin. "Then I'll have myself a proper diamond mine."

The New Diamond Microchip Diamond Microchips Age Bryant Linares http://diamond-microchips.com

Clarke didn't set out to become a gem baron. He stumbled into this during a 1995 trip to Moscow. His company at the time - Security Tag Systems - had pioneered those clunky antitheft devices attached to clothes at retail stores. Following up on a report about a Russian antitheft technology, Clarke came across Yuriy Semenov, who was in charge of the High Tech Bureau, a government initiative to sell Soviet-era military research to Western investors. Semenov had a better idea for the General: "How would you like to grow diamonds?"

The New Diamond Microchip Diamond Microchips Age Bryant Linares http://diamond-microchips.com

from newsweek: Nov. 1 issue - Bryant Linares has one heck of a secret family recipe: how to make world-class diamonds. Seven years ago his father, Robert, produced a diamond in a high-pressure chamber of carbon gas and dropped it into an acid solution to clean it off. When he returned the next morning, he expected to find the usual yellow stone—a crude artificial diamond of some use to industry, perhaps, but not the stuff of dreams. At first there didn't seem to be any stone at all. Then he saw, at the bottom of the beaker, so clear it was almost invisible, a perfect quarter-carat crystal of pure carbon. "It was the eureka moment," says Bryant. His father had managed what many scientists had given up on long ago: to manufacture a stone that wouldn't look out of place on an engagement ring.

The New Diamond Microchip Diamond Microchips Age Bryant Linares http://diamond-microchips.com

Man-made diamonds are nothing new—industry started making them in the 1950s, and each year about 80 tons of low-quality synthetic diamonds are used in tools like drill bits and sanders. High-quality crystals, though, open up huge possibilities, jewelry being the least of them. Scientists are most excited about the prospect of making diamond microchips. As chips have shrunk over the years, engineers have struggled with ways of dissipating the heat they create. Because silicon, the main component of semiconductors, breaks down at about 95 degrees Celsius, some experts believe a new material will be need-ed in a decade or so. Diamonds might fit the bill. They can withstand 500 degrees, and electrons move through them so easily that they would tend not to heat up in the —first place. Engineers could cram a lot more circuits onto a diamond-based microchip—if they could perfect a way of making pure crystals cheaply.

The New Diamond Microchip Diamond Microchips Age Bryant Linares http://diamond-microchips.com

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Diamond Microchips Diamond Micro Chips Diamons and their Synthesis Artificial Man Made Synthetic
Diamond MicroChips Dot Com, Diamonds MicroChips Dot Com, http://diamond-microchips.com/
Diamonds and their Synthesis
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br> # Diamonds have been used in jewelery, especially in engagement rings for over six centuries. REMARKABLE FACTS: * All diamonds are at least 990,000,000 years old. Many are 3,200,000,000 years old (3.2 billion years)
* Diamonds are formed deep within the Earth: between 100 km and 200 km below the surface.
Diamonds form under remarkable conditions!
o The temperatures are about 900 - 1300 C in the part of the Earth's mantle where diamonds form
o The pressure is between 45 - 60 kilobars (kB)
+ 50 kB = 150 km = 90 miles below the surface
+ 60 kB = 200 km = 120 miles below the surface
* Diamonds are carried to the surface by volcanic eruptions.
Diamonds and their Synthesis
Diamond MicroChips Dot Com, Diamonds MicroChips Dot Com, http://diamond-microchips.com/
The volcanic magma conduit is known as a kimberlite pipe or diamond pipe. We find diamonds as inclusions in the (rather ordinary looking) volcanic rock known as kimberlite.
NOTE: The kimberlite magmas that carry diamonds to the surface are often much younger than the diamonds they transport (the kimberlite magma simply acts as a conveyer belt!).
* Diamond is made of carbon (C), yet the stable form (polymorph) of carbon at the Earth's surface is graphite.
* To ensure they are not converted to graphite, diamonds must be transported extremely rapidly to the Earth's surface.
It is probable that kimberlite lavas carrying diamonds erupt at between 10 and 30 km/hour (Eggler, 1989). Within the last few kilometers, the eruption velocity probably increases to several hundred km/hr (supersonic!).
Diamonds and their Synthesis
Diamond MicroChips Dot Com, Diamonds MicroChips Dot Com, http://diamond-microchips.com/

This movie (68 k) emphasises that diamonds do not form in the kimberlite magma, but are carried up to the surface by the magma.
* Diamond is the hardest material
Diamond is the hardest gem on MOHS harness scale and graphite (also made from carbon atoms) is the softest !! Given that both diamond and graphite are made of carbon, this may seem surprising.
Diamonds and their Synthesis
Diamond MicroChips Dot Com, Diamonds MicroChips Dot Com, http://diamond-microchips.com/

The explanation is found in the fact that in diamond the carbon atoms are linked together into a three-dimensional network whereas in graphite, the carbon atoms are linked into sheets with very little to hold the sheets together (thus the sheets slide past each other easily, making a very soft material).
# Diamonds are found in many localites, both overseas and in the US.
HOW RARE ARE DIAMONDS?
# How many grams do you need to mine to get 5 grams of diamonds?
(5g/1000 kg) @ 1000 g/kg = 5 g /1,000,000 g!
BUT only 20 % are gem quality (80 % of these are sold in a 'managed selling environment') and the remainder are used for industrial purposes (this material is known as 'bort' or 'carbonado' (carbonado is finer)).
Diamonds and their Synthesis
Diamond MicroChips Dot Com, Diamonds MicroChips Dot Com, http://diamond-microchips.com/

CHARACTERISTICS OF DIAMOND:
# Hardness = 10
# Crystal System = cubic
# This is what crystals look like before they are faceted: note their natural octahedral shape!
Uncut diamonds are also found in cubic forms
# Diamond has four good cleavages, thus diamonds tend to cleave on impact
# Other diagnostic properties.
Diamonds and their Synthesis
Diamond MicroChips Dot Com, Diamonds MicroChips Dot Com, http://diamond-microchips.com/

Famous diamonds
This is just for fun -- not required information!

1. Dresden
2. Hope ...the real thing!
3. Cullinan (Before)
* After
4. Sancy
5. Tiffany
6. Kohinor
* a-section
7. Shah
8. Nassau
9. Florentine
10. The Great Mogul
11. Orloff
12. Stern
13. Regent

VALUE
The 4 "C" words are used to summarize the value determining factors:
The required basic information describing what is meant by these terms is provided below.
Some further comments on the '4 C's from another remote source!
# (1) COLOR: is determined by 'grading' visual comparison with 'knowns' or by instrumental means. o consider the amount of yellow color (yellowish color decreases the value of a "colorless" stone). In order of increasing yellow content:
blueish-white -> white -> silver -> yellow
o 'Fancy', or strongly colored stones have their own appeal and special value.
Colored diamonds may beyellow, green or brown, green or shades of pink
Larger pink diamonds are quite rare and currently very !! expensive.
Natural blue diamonds contain the element boron (B), and this changes the conductivity of the diamonds. Natural yellow diamonds contain the element nitrogen (N).
Diamonds and their Synthesis
Diamond MicroChips Dot Com, Diamonds MicroChips Dot Com, http://diamond-microchips.com/
# (2) CLARITY : Clarity is decreased by the presence of blemishes or flaws, scratches, nicks, 'naturals' (the original surface of an uncut stone). There are many systems of nomenclature.
Some terms include:

o flawless or perfect
o imperfect
o very slightly imperfect
o very very slightly imperfect
F1 VVS1 VVS2 VVS3 VS1 VS2 SI1 SI2 I1 I2 I3 flawless imperfect

other descriptions:

"first pique" inclusions readily recognizable at 10x mag., not significantly diminishing brilliance "second pique" larger inclusions, can be seen with naked eye "third pique" many large inclusions, diminishing brilliance

Diamonds and their Synthesis
Diamond MicroChips Dot Com, Diamonds MicroChips Dot Com, http://diamond-microchips.com/

Examples of clarity-reducing inclusions:
o inclusions
o cracks
o a crack along the pavillion

# (3) CUT
Facets are placed so as to maximize the brilliance and fire of a stone.
Remember that in the first lecture we talked about how the proportions of a faceted gemstone are determined based on the refractive index?
Review the basic concepts:

o Refraction is dependent upon the wavelength
o Refractive Index (RI) is proportional to wavelength; red RI < violet RI (dispersion is due to the different amounts different wavelength are bent)
o Fire,which is seen as rainbows and glints of color, is due to dispersion (a consequence of the placement of faces on the crown to take advantage of the prism effect).

Diamonds and their Synthesis
Diamond MicroChips Dot Com, Diamonds MicroChips Dot Com, http://diamond-microchips.com/

Review the light path in a correctly cut gem!

There are many alternative diamond cuts
A poorly cut stone is characterized by poorly chosen proportions (poor optimization of brilliance and fire or, worse still, leakage of light from the pavillion). Misplaced facets, extra facets, and problems at facet junctions are also characteristics that reduce the quality of "cut". Ranking: VERY GOOD ... GOOD .... MEDIUM ... POOR

# (4) CARAT WEIGHT Recall: 1 carat = 0.2 g, thus 5 carats=1g
For example, compare the size of a one point diamond to that of a 0.67 carat diamond
Just FYI: This site explains the GIA grading report used for diamonds, including information on desirable characteristics
Just for fun: Canadian approximate price lists and some very useful information and "straight talk" from Peter Mylnek.
Other issues: Treatment, simulants, synthetics

Diamonds and their Synthesis
Diamond MicroChips Dot Com, Diamonds MicroChips Dot Com, http://diamond-microchips.com/

(1) Diamond TREATMENTS: * (a) filling of cracks
Surface cracks and cleavages reaching the surface: often with a glass-like material
Identification: optical microscope examination:
+ =greasy appearance
+ =flash effect
+ =bubbles
Problem: Filling does not always resist polishing and cleaning

* (b) drilling of inclusions

+ Drilling inclusions involves use of a laser.

Solutions can be poured into the resulting "hair-width" diameter hole to bleach colored inclusions.

* (c) irradiation
Irradiation is used to change the color of the diamond. A common color produced by irradiation is green. Early attempts: beginning of 20th Century: diamonds exposed to radium - the problem was that the diamonds remained radioactive!! However, modern irradiation treatments do not produce radioctive stones.

Diamonds and their Synthesis
Diamond MicroChips Dot Com, Diamonds MicroChips Dot Com, http://diamond-microchips.com/

Irradiation involves the use of devices such as:

o (1) linear accelerators
o (2) gamma ray facilities
o (3) nuclear reactors

Detection of irradiation treatment:

Electron irradiation only changes the surface of the stone. Thus, it produces a concentration of color where the gemstone is thin. For example, electron irradiation produces a color concentration at the culet or keel line of the faceted gem
(2) Diamond SIMULANTS

Simulants - simulate the appearance of diamond

The distinction between a synthetic diamond (man-made diamond consisting of carbon atoms arranged in the typical diamond structure) and a diamond simulant (not a carbon compound with the diamond structure) is VERY important!!

Diamonds and their Synthesis
Diamond MicroChips Dot Com, Diamonds MicroChips Dot Com, http://diamond-microchips.com/

In order of increasing R.I., the most common simulants are:

1. YAG = yttrium aluminum garnet
2. GGG = gadolinium gallium garnet
3. CZ = cubic zirconia
4. Strontium titanate
5. diamond.
This rhyme can be used to memorize the common diamond simulants in the above order:

You go crazy staring at diamonds.

Again: Diamonds Simulants (look alikes) differ from synthetics (synthesized by humans!) !!!!

Simulants are distinguished from diamonds using measurement or observation of various properties, such as:

o R.I.
o "Read through effect"
o Dispersion
o Hardness
o Specific Gravity
o Reflection pattern
o Shadow patterns
Diamonds and their Synthesis
Diamond MicroChips Dot Com, Diamonds MicroChips Dot Com, http://diamond-microchips.com/

Note: not all diamond simulants have been around for the same lenght of time!

(3) SYNTHESIS (Details on gem synthesis)

Synthetic diamonds are often yellowish in color (rarely used for gem purposes, more commonly used as diamond grit for industrial purposes. Modern synthesis of thin film diamond has other industrial applications).

A 5 mm diamond (0.5 carat) takes over a week to grow. Synthesis requires:

* high pressure
* high temperature
* a special apparatus
Diamonds and their Synthesis
Diamond MicroChips Dot Com, Diamonds MicroChips Dot Com, http://diamond-microchips.com/

Synthetic diamonds can sometimes be distinguished from natural diamonds by the presence of flux inclusions
(Ni, Al or Fe).

Aristotle called this liquid silver or quicksilver. It's used to extract gold due the high solubility of gold in mercury.