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#90: Looking Back at 2014

2014 was the most epoch-making year so far for EM outreach activities. The use of EM in bodies of water, which began with efforts to clean up the Nihonbashi River, has seen over 4,000 tons of EM used, and many mass media outlets are reporting on how clean Tokyo Bay has become. It was reported that last year that, for the first time in fifty years, people were able to swim in the beaches in Edogawa Ward. And this year people are able to swim at the manmade beaches in Odaiba, more people have come out to enjoy fishing, and schools of ayu sweetfish have appeared in the rivers that flow into Tokyo Bay.
 


Experiments using EM to combat influenza have shown that a 500-part dilution of Activated EM has complete inhibitory effects, and it will be possible to use EM to deal with all sorts of viruses including Ebola.
Starting in November EMX Gold has increased hado wave properties by five times, clearly showing the ability to activate 2,000 genes. We were able to confirm EM’s versatility in dealing with health-related issues.


I am a bit late in making this public, but in Vol. 24 of the magazine Kenko Seikatsu Sengen(declaration of a healthy life), at the top of page 16, are the academic results made public in the journal of the International Society for Horticultural Science. The results show a 70% effectiveness rate in the growth of vegetables and a 84% effectiveness on yield. Their conclusion is that “EM contributes to sustainable agriculture through its effects on increased yield and quality of vegetables.” This is the exact opposite of the judgment reached by the Japanese Society of Soil Science and Plant Nutrition. When considering which society is of higher status, no scholar would deny that an international journal is more prestigious. The Japanese Society of Soil Science and Plant Nutrition has a duty to restore the good name of EM.


Above all, the highlight for EM this year was the presentation, at the Third Environmental Forum “Utsukushima EM Paradise” held to examine the use of EM in radiation measures in Fukushima, from the National Radiobiology Institute of Belarus. The results presented showed that EM treatment can make radioactive cesium vanish. Dr. Nikitin in charge of the experiments, discussed how, though not explainable through existing theory, the experimental results were reproducible, and that it thus made good sense to use EM to deal with radioactivity in Fukushima.


My proposal that radiation can disappear through the use of EM has been criticized, with EM continuing to be called a “ridiculous” or “the phoniest” science, but now that a third party’s results are in, I believe that those who, like people in the Japanese Society of Soil Science and Plant Nutrition, are “anti-EM,” have a duty a restore the good name of EM.


Results of Activated EM Produced with Seawater
The use of EM to deal with salt damage in desert regions has over 25 years of history. Especially in Pakistan and Egypt, it is as if the use of EM has changed salt into fertilizer, with improved crop growth, and remarkable improvement in yield and quality. Salt deposits have disappeared, replaced by much more desirable conditions, and the Egyptian Ministry of Agriculture has created its own EM production facility and is using EM on a large scale.


During the period of spring tides in Thailand, seawater inundated rice fields, with many cases of serious damage. In contrast, those fields using EM produced a good harvest. The same results were seen in rice cultivation right after the 2011 Great East Japan Earthquake and tsunami.


Based on all this, since 2000 I have considered the possibility that use of EM could change seawater into fertilizer. We conducted many types of preliminary tests, and this year we are seeing the results of all these, so starting in October I have gradually made these public.


It is clear that in fields where organic material is added to increase EM, EM is continuously applied to fields, and an approximately 1:50 dilution of Activated EM made from seawater is applied, trying not to exceed 200 liters per 10a for each crop, crops will grow better than with the use of chemical fertilizer, insect pests will be completely eliminated, and the soil will become aerated and become softer.


Application of undiluted EM will help simultaneously control weeds, improve the soil, and help deal with insect pests in the soil. Burying in the soil EM mudballs with 20% charcoal and chaff smoked charcoal mixed in (see the last part of no. 87 of this essay series) will bring about even more remarkable results.


In order to explain these kinds of extraordinary phenomenon, I have begun affirming the theories of the French scientist C. Louis Kervran outlined in his book Biological Transmutations. Over time people have seen Kervran’s theories as “impossible,” and trustworthy experimental results since have all disproved or ignored his theories.As I discussed above, with the results now in from Belarus, I am undaunted in confidently arguing that EM can be used on a practical level in concert with Kervran’s theories. I believe that this will solve basic problems involving fertilizer, agriculture, soil improvement, yield and quality.The methodology is quite simple: instead of using water in making Activated EM, as we have done up until now, use seawater or salt in the same proportion found in seawater. If the fertilizer results are not as hoped for, making a liquid fertilizer with seawater EM, food waste, and grass plants will be sufficient to cope with the situation.


Activated EM produced with seawater.Yeast on the surface is beautiful and has a nice fragrance.
Seawater Activated EM used in a non-till garden in a former parking lot. Leaf lettuce (Chimasanchu).

A greenhouse in the Sunshine Farm using seawater EM. Crops are growing evenly throughout.From the left hand corner are rows of arugula,komatsuna , Morocco beans, and tomatoes.


Normally this kind of crowded cultivation is not possible, but here the production capacity exceeds that of plant factories.










 

Courtesy of Ecopure

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