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Plasma Food TowerField Replication Unit
As you see on the picture at the right, this is a working and possible construct of the Plasma Food Tower, a so called Replication Unit which replicates fields. The 8 containers around the bottom of the unit, are filled with GANSes and Amino Acids (CH3, ZnO, CuO and CO2). Through them a field flow is created, which pulls out the fields of anything what you place at the top (food, herbs, vitamins, pills,...) into a glass of CO2 GANS-water, which is standing in the middle on the bottom of the tower.
Take for example an orange and after at least one week you can already try the water, if it tastes like orange. Maybe you let it stay for one week more and you can taste a more intense taste and find out in such tests your own best duration for the replication of different substances. What is very important, are the Amino Acids of every GANS. If there aren't Amino Acids, you most likely won't have a taste of the orange in the water. Also the fields of the GANSes and Amino Acids around, are taken over by the glass of water in the middle. You can also use normal water too. The fields of the GANSes will mix with the environment fields very fast. Don't wait more than 3-4 weeks. Use it immediately.
Plasma Feeding Station
The Training Station is similar to the Plasma Food Tower, but replicates the fields from the inside to the outside, like the simply Copy Machine/Feeding Station. Inside you place e.g. food, GANSes, or whatever you want to use. Around it, the 4 main GANSes and Amino Acids are placed (CH3, ZnO, CuO, CO2) are placed. This allows you to sit around to feed, treat, or experiment and train with the feeling of the fields. (Picture beside). For example you can place inside Potassium GANS, or an apple or GANS mixtures and you can experiment with these different fields in feeling it. The fields of the GANSes will mix with the environment fields very fast. Don't wait more than 3-4 weeks. Use it immediately.