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Paramagnetism: Rediscovering Nature's Secret Force of Growth | Paperback

by Philip S. Callahan (Author)


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Binding:  Paperback
Publisher:  Acres U.S.A.
Edition:  1st Edition
Page Count:  128 Pages
Publication Date:  June 01, 1995
Sales Rank:  702448th


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This book is the culmination of all of Callahan's previous works and will certainly be his most popular book to date and a classic for years to come. Quite frankly, the author considers this his most important work ever, as he believes an understanding of paramagnetism — and its practical integration into farming — can save agriculture worldwide. In this one, beautiful little book, Callahan lays out a lifetime of research into low-frequency forces in nature and his discoveries regarding the force of paramagnetism and the amazing effects it has upon soils, plants and people. Join Phil Callahan as schooling, research, life experiences, insight and inspiration come together for the benefit of humankind. Amply illustrated by the author.

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