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MRET & new instant boil water cattle, the convergence of health technology

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Molecular Resonance Effect Technology (MRET).Means "molecular resonance effect technology".It is a kind of activated water treatment technology invented by Dr. Yigg smirnoff in Russia. The us patent o
Molecular Resonance Effect Technology (MRET).Means "molecular resonance effect technology".It is a kind of activated water treatment technology invented by Dr. Yigg smirnoff in Russia. The us patent of "method and device of making activated liquid and method of use" was obtained in February 2000.
Features of the low frequency resonance effect of "MRET" molecules:
I. low frequency:
Japanese electronics researcher hiroshi matsushita and his colleagues tested it by measuring it (NMR). They found that different groups of water molecules emit different signals when they are of different sizes, so they further numeralized it (in Hertz).The smaller the value, the smaller the molecular group.
2. Molecular signals consist of low frequency waves that induce cell function and interact (according to Dr. J. b. enveniste of France).This frequency wave is less than 20 kilohertz.Living cells only resonate with low-frequency electromagnetic oscillations, and over the course of millions of years, they develop into normal metabolisms exposed to natural geomagnetic gas fields, characterized by a frequency range of 0.5-15 hz for low-frequency oscillations.Living cells in the range of 0.3-13 hz produce resonance, and the brain function wave (Δ wave, theta, alpha) range between 0.3 to 30 Hertz.
American scientists Gilman and Rodbell were awarded the Nobel Prize in 1994 for this research.