Definition for Ion
Aan ion is an atom or molecule that has a net electrical charge, either negative or positive. This occurs as a result of having lost or gained one or more electrons, so it contains an unequal number of electrons and protons. Example: Sodium ion Na+, Magnesium ion Mg2+, Chloride ion Cl–, and Oxide ion O2–. Positive ions are called cations, and negative ions are called anions.
Why is knowledge of ions important relative to Scripture? Through STOSS, we now know that ions play a part in understanding the deeper meaning of Scripture. After all, the Bible is the most advanced Applied Sciences Biology book ever written. In the two volumes of STOSS written, there are at least thirty-four biological mysteries uncovered thus far. There was one book written (not be me) with the title, The Body Electric. Electricity is nothing more than electrons in motion. An electron is a negatively charged ion. If one wants to know the biological mysteries hidden in Scripture — know about ions. We are, physically speaking, an electric body full of protons and electrons in motion. What does that mean? We are bodies radiating light.