As long as the human being will use money as absolute power, people like Pier Luigi Ighina will be mocked and discredited. Ighina admits that many countries did not want his machine to solve the drought problem. Until proven otherwise, when a person proves the truth of what he says, the scientific community is obliged to investigate and carry out more in-depth studies for the good of all. As long as multinationals have the power to decide on the lives of others there will never be equality. The things said in this video often lead me to think that the human being does not deserve to live even if there are people full of goodness. Why never take the basic idea for helping others? Because they always have to decide others about what's right or wrong? Why the scientific community did not believe and invest in this project, when he often does it on minor things like about weapons of destruction?
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Pier G. Ighina (Milan, 23 June 1908 – Imola, 8 January 2004) was an Italian pseudoscientist.
His studies and experiments are based on theories that share some aspects with those of Wilhelm Reich on the orgone and are not recognized by the scientific community.
Pier Luigi Ighina was born in Milan 1908. As a young man he became interested in the study of nature, driving forces and electromagnetism. He studied in Milan, becoming a technician in electronics and radio electronics.
He found work as a test driver first at Magneti Marelli, then to the ECJ (General Electricity Company) and then ansaldo Lorenz in Genoa. After a specialization course in radio and television systems, In 1926 chose to volunteer in the Navy as a telegrapher.
The magnetic atom
In this period, his research led him to outline the concept of the Sun-Earth magnetic rhythm, a hypothesis that remained without scientific evidence.
Ighina stated in her book that she had discovered and observed “the magnetic atom” at the age of sixteen, through a particular microscope of his own invention, and having divided it into magnetic monopolies: the positive monopole would be solar energy, that reaches the ground in spiral form and heats up via clutch, whereas from the earth would start the negative monopole that would be brought back to the sun through a spiral cycle opposite. The clash between these two hypothetical pulsating particles would create life and matter, each with its own rhythm.
Also according to Ighina, in the middle of the sun there would be a magnetic heart pulsing at the rhythm of the human heart.
Claims about relations with Marconi
Ighina claims to have worked with Guglielmo Marconi, after meeting him by accident, thanks to an Earl of Imola distant relative of both, and later became his assistant, assisting him in numerous discoveries while remaining in the shadows.
Ighina often attended the Guglielmo Marconi Foundation, but none of the claims about his work with the scientist is proven by the documentation of Marconi or the Foundation, and these can be traced back to Ighina himself.
Ighina also claimed that Marconi's sudden death was due to an experiment in the”magnetic atom” conducted by Marconi without his supervision and ended with a disaster.
The return to Imola and the alleged inventions
In 1937, the same year of Marconi's death, Ighina returned to Imola, going to live with her sister's husband. In Imola he founded the “International Centre for Magnetic Studies” Romeo Galli Avenue 4, that despite the name took the form of an association without academic ends.
Ighina claimed, thanks to the inventions he claimed, to be able to regenerate dead cells, ward off earthquakes and ward off or bring clouds closer.
An account of these activities was published in a book of the 1954, The magnetic atom that gathered ideas such as a “seismic valve“, hypothetical alternative methods for broadcasting television images, hypotheses on how to perform ground analysis in depth, cancel radiation and pollution and produce electricity out of thin air. None of these inventions is ever tested under experimental or patented testing conditions: Ighina himself, in an interview with Report released at the age of 90 Years, he stated that every time he proposed to someone his “Inventions” has never had any positive feedback, explaining this with conspiratod motives. For example, about “rain machine” Ighina said: "I sent this idea to Africa. You know what they told me? Take it and take it away because we make money on lack of water.". He also stated that he was convinced of the futility of patents.
The “rain machine” was a contraption consisting of a large helicopter propeller facing upwards, and two sets of pipes, the first ones are on the surface, seconds underground. Both were loaded with aluminum powder. According to Ighina's hypothesis, not supported by any scientific feedback, the pipes would load with the solar energy that would then be used to produce the removal of the clouds if the energy emitted was “positive polarity” (as it would be at odds with the alleged “positive polarity” clouds), whereas if the energy released by the pipes is “Negative” such polarity would trigger a process of attraction that would cause the clouds to approach until they reach a state of cloudiness that allows the unleashing of rain.
Louis Fanton, Ighina's collaborator, argues that these, after declaring that the experiment had succeeded, refused to prove it in front of other, claiming to have dismantled the machinery to build more. Ighina claimed that she feared for her life because of what she believed was “Discomfort” inventions of his own: in an interview with Report he stated: “If they catch me they make me out“.
Ighina died at 95 years in his home in Imola; even today some of his ideas have a following among fans of pseudoscience and in the environment of conspiracy, despite not having obtained evidence of practical operation and not being attributable to the scientific knowledge.
Singer-songwriter Franco Battiato wrote in the 1972 the album Pollution, A “Seven-act sound gesture dedicated to the International Center for Magnetic Studies“.
The album cover shows an alert issued by the Center and dated 25 september 1972, where a meeting of all “international centers for magnetic studies” that would take place in France on 14 Next September. According to the flyer, would have been informed that imola had been inaugurated the largest “magnetic strobe” world.
The device, another of Ighina's alleged inventions, would be tested in an experiment that would have blocked all motor vehicles in Italy, as a vindication and demonstration of the theory of “magnetic rhythm” that would have saved humanity.