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#100: A New Phase of Limit Breakthrough Using EM


This article marks the 100th essay in the series “New/Living in a Dream” in Web Eco Pure.

The limit breakthrough phenomenon of EM technology that originated in the radioactive contamination measures taken after the Tokyo Electric Power Company's Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant accident on March 11, 2011 substantiates EM’s function in atomic conversion.

At the same time, it has become apparent that radiation levels in places 50 ~ 100m from EM farms and sites where EM was sprayed have become significantly lower. Radioactivity on land where EM was not sprayed, but which adjoins land where EM was used, was significantly reduced, and as I have described many times, this is the result of the actions of EM wave resonance.


From the standpoint of conventional atomic physics, there cannot be significantly reduced radioactivity immediately after spraying. Therefore, it is impossible to deny the wave effects of EM. If you do deny this phenomenon, then the decontamination of Fukushima will be meaningless, since it would seem that radiation was drastically reduced in a short period of time even though nothing was done.
 

This year’s Nobel Prize in physics had led the general public to an awareness of the hypothesis that outer space makes use of a variety of elementary particles, beginning with neutrinos. In this case, it is difficult to deny the existence of gravitational waves, which I have discussed many times up till now.


Using EM Wave Effects to Protect Vegetables from Wildlife Damage


I have discussed many times in this site and in the DND (Digital New Deal) site how EM Technology can be used in measures against moles, birds, and wild animals. When used properly, we have obtained immediate results with these methods.


A summary overview:
 

  1. Put activated EM solution (using seawater is desirable) in 500cc plastic bottles, add 1 tsp of the EM Super  Cera C powder, and then seal the bottles.
  2. Set the plastic bottles as posts at 2.5m ~ 5m intervals in the targeted animals’ eye line.
  3. Tie all the plastic bottles together with durable cord.
  4. When dealing with moles, bury the bottom 1/3 of the bottles in the soil. Then tie them with cord, and at the  same time, at a depth of 20 ~ 30cm at 1 ~ 2m intervals, bury EM fermented mud balls mixed with Super Cera C and charcoal.
  5. Attaching a 3V lithium-ion battery to the plastic bottles on the corners will increase the wave effects.
  6. When cord is attached to all the bottles, the force is transmitted to all of the cords, so tie them together in three to four tiers, as shown in the photo.
  7. If there is a utility pole nearby, connecting the cord to it will increase effectiveness because of the potential voltage of the utility pole.


Because some have said that these measures are not completely effective against monkeys, here we give an overview of a full-scale test using EM rectifying elements (stickers that can be put on cell phones).


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[Implemented on September 15th, 2015]
Location: Nakamura City, Nagano Prefecture
Crops: Apples (Ruby Red)
 

Tested on two trees adjacent to an orchard where every year they have not been able to harvest apples because of monkey-related damage.

Here is the material that was used.


Below is the method of setting it up.
Tie a cord near an electric pole.
(* Please connect to the pole after you get permission.)


The red tape on the pole is a rectifying seal.


Tie the cords to the posts.


Completed set up.


There was no monkey-related damage whatsoever and the apples were able to be harvested.

 

Delicious, beautiful apples with high wave resonance were harvested.

 

This technology works not only in wildlife damage control, but has been recognized as having significant effects as a measure to deal with natural disasters, pests, and as part of measures to improve quality.

What exists there is not just because of physical materials, but because of the actions of wave resonance.

 

Courtesy of Ecopure

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