Printed circuit of a microchip and brick wall, Alhambra Gardens, Spain
Who stores more information?
The chip or the brick?
In the computer industry, chips are well-known as high-performance carriers of information.
But also the basic elements of our form of existence (earth, water, fire, and air) are carriers of information and energies. Water research in recent decades has shown impressively how the element water, with its clusters formed at the molecular level, is able to absorb complex information within fractions of a second and retain them. The same is true for the element earth which appears in the form of rocks, clay, and sand. These materials carry silicates in different concentrations, which can absorb and carry information. And in the end, it is precisely these silicates from which chips are made.