the psi natural theory is a good idea, but I don't think it could work without having time of growth put in. To in effect, push the bisomass away in such scale would really require psi abilities that are far stronger than any human being. The repulsor generator is a huge facilty and it has quite a advantage in do this, with its constant repulsing effect, that takes alot of power.
If there were such a community, that means that the "natural" repulsors will have to be in a more or less in a commatize state during the period of repulsing the biomass, so that all its mental energy is focused. And these individuals will need to be a size of say 10 to 20 which can repulse an area of, a kilometer radius or less. Giving them enough area to farm and settle in. Plus, the "naturals" will need to be relieved of their duty from time to time, as the work will drain them of all their physical strengths as well as the mental stress they will be feeling from figthing such a large foe.
But still I love the repulsors idea, maybe something like this, with the combine interference of the biomass and the repulsors, in time, mutation to the flora and fauna (which includes the humans) around the repulsor devices starts to have the ability to "counter" the effects of the biomass, though the success rate is 50-50 depending on the circumstances and very short ranged, about a few feet from the these mutantion. Yet due to this, small patches of biomass area starts to emerged. Observing this trend, more and more human survivors of the biomass concragate around these nodes.
At first, the assumption was that the repulsors generators were pushing the biomass back, but after a period of time, it was observed to be not entirely so. Apparently, some part of the earth has a higher rate of pushing the biomass back compared to others. Further investigation showed that the areas which the repulsors with better pushing rate, had small settlements leaving at the edge of the average repulsing sphere. The fauna in those areas too were slightly different, mostly trees of smaller size and bushes, alot of bushes.
Farming communities formed and simple agriculture societies began. The goods farmed were wheat, rice or potato, in which grew in abundance which suffered no apparent physical affect from being so near the biomass compared to the other faunas in other areas.
As time passed, the fauna living in those area too were showing off these abilities though to a smaller effect. Yet a patterns starts to show, the larger the community, the more the biomass moves back. The other pattern is that the bushes growing in the area is the most succesful plant in pushing the biomass back. It takes time again, but it is as if the bushes is taking over the area in which the biomass is retreating from. And due to that, the community start to gain more land to farm. There is a balance that needs to be controled, as reclaming needs to be regulated as there needs to be a certain amount of density in order to achieve the repulsing effect that is needed to push the biomass away.
Yet even with the combine "ability" of the fauna and flora, the reclaming eventually came to a stand still as the balance of power was achieved.
If seen from the sky, the biomass will still cover the entire land area, but one will see pockets of holes emerging near the coast lines as well as rivers.
To use the naturals as a way to begin the fight I think is a good idea, but to say that they are the reasons to end the biomass threat to me is not likely to happend. Based on the pattern of life on earth, I believe that the biomass will eventually be just integrated into the normal flows of evalution on earth, yet they will never be dominant for long. As the new breeds of fauna and floras come to being and addept to the biomasses charactheristics as well as its weaknesses.
The biomass is too much as bully to earth, and like all bullies, they will be put in place eventually through time.
How do you like my explanations? Thanks for the praise, I am an analyst at profesion so I tend to look at things in all other angles, even the imposible ones.
Tell me what you think?