Element Zero, also known as “eezo”, is a rare material that, when subjected to an electrical current, releases energy which can be manipulated into a solid structure, raising or lowering the mass of all objects within that field.
A positive current increases mass, a negative current decreases it.
This effect is currently being used in countless ways, from chemical compound formation, discovery and testing to discovery and testing of high-strength construction materials.
The material is common in asteroid debris and meteors, but unfortunately exceedingly rare on planet Earth.
This high demand and low supply for scientific use has seen an escalation in value of a single ounce of meteoric debris to be currently priced at nearly $30,000 an ounce, greatly exceeding the value of any other currently known material.
It is also believed that the recent interest in low cost space exploration and reusable space based vehicles is a direct result of the desire by many to monetize off planet mining operations.
These are dangerous places to mine, requiring extensive use of robotics, telepresence, and shielding to survive the intense radiation in areas without atmosphere.
This has led to the rapid adoption of robotic technology by companies such as Google and their recent acquisition of Boston Dynamics, and the rapid pursuit of ‘augmented reality’ technologies to perfect ‘at a distance’ mining operations.
Only a few major modern corporations can afford the set-up costs required to work these primary sources, let alone afford the substances to begin with.
It is theorized that some planets have small eezo deposits or coalesced around a larger deposit during their formation.
While these secondary sources are safer to mine, the yield from the ore is not expected to be as large.
Coming into direct contact with even small amounts of element zero dust has been known to induce a phenomena currently referred to as a “biotic effect”, sometimes with a high degree of permanency.
These biotic effects have already been linked to rare form of terminal brain cancer, and conversely – has also been beneficially linked to a biochemical link to the surrounding natural environment.
Historically, King Tut was rumored to have exhibited some symptoms which would suggest he came into contact with biotic dust, which might also provide a scientific basis to the long dismissed ‘Curse of King Tut’.
Due to its massless nature, Element Zero is referred to by those in the scientific arena as a holoparticle, and has already seen widespread rapid adoption in the discovery of new medications and materials in chemical and material science.
Here’s an article on cholesterol risk mitigation which has seen widespread use of the holoparticle in laboratory studies to ascertain binding methods between different forms of cholesterol:
Here’s a patent on the chemical processes discovered with the use of holoparticles:
The element is also referred to as ‘Anonymous’ due to it’s amorphic nature.
As chemists have been discussing, it is quickly becoming a critical chemical element in testing and laboratory studies much like the stem cell has been to biologists.
Here’s a periodic table containing element zero, Eezo, abbreviated as ‘Ez’ – the massless particle (on the upper left) which, by it’s mutable nature, is quickly becoming known in the scientific arena as the ‘easy’ particle to work with.