"The wars of the 21st century will not be fought with conventional weapons, but with biological weapons."
Modern has signed an exclusive Licensing Agreement and secured significant Marketing and Manufacturing Rights with Biological Defense Corporation. Modern intends to be the leader in this multi-billion dollar bio-toxin sterilization science, fighting the Biological war against terrorism.
BDC's Technology will revolutionize the new Microbiological Science of RF Sterilization.
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"" How It Works
Biological Defense Corporations proprietary technology is based upon the principle that by directing certain non-ionizing radio waves in the direction of undesirable bacteria, viruses, and microorganisms including Anthrax, a complete sterilization will occur.
Sterilizing Wherever They May Be:
Biological Defense Corporations unique way of creating and directing certain radio waves will allow our signals to pass through non-metallic materials, thus sterilizing the microorganisms wherever they may be; In the air, inside a package, surface of a table, even inside a human body.
Much like Sun light passing through a window pane to illuminate the inside of a room; radio waves can pass through most materials, and deliver it's effects as if the material it was passing through did not exist. Non-metallic objects are treated as being "transparent" to radio waves.
A Little More Involved:
The radio waves created by our proprietary technologies are selectively tuned to resonate or vibrate key structures within the microorganisms. The transference of energy, is transmitted from special antenna positioned near the microorganisms. When enough energy is thus "coupled" to the microorganisms, the electromagnetic and electrostatic forces shatter the microorganism. Its structure is destroyed, and, unable to reproduce, it is rendered sterile.
Audible Example: Simple
Blow over the top of any bottle and you will hear a note particular to the materials and shape of the bottle. That same note, played loud enough over a loudspeaker, could destroy that bottle.
Audible Example: Technical
Place eight (8) fine crystal deep wine glasses on a table. Place a small piece of putty clay in the bottom of each glass (apx. 3/4” in diameter). Open the first case of octave music set of eight (8) tuning forks. Push each tuning fork, picked at random, into each glass. Secure hand holding end into putty so it will stand without touching the sides of the glass. Open the second case of identical tuning forks and pick one fork at random. Hit tuning fork and quickly wave over each glass. One tuning fork in the glasses will start to vibrate. Hit hand held tuning fork again and place right next to the one that vibrated. The harmonic vibrations of both tuning forks will break the glass. Visualize replacing the wine glass as a microorganism – and the tuning fork as our technology. Another term for this harmonic disruption is called “sympathetic resonance.”
Resonance Induced Immunization:
Biological Defense Corporations technology creates Apathogenic fragments of the microorganism which the immune system can recognize and remember. Should the client be exposed to that microorganism again, the client’s immune system may already have produced antibodies to attack the microorganism and can respond more quickly. We call this resonance induced immunization.
Wanted End Results:
If this takes place inside of the human body, the immune system can then remove the debris of the shattered microorganisms from the tissues. Since the resonance of human cells and structures is so different from those of microorganisms there is not risk of having this technology damage human cells.
and my Due Dilly on Frequency TECH:
18 Mar 2002 Chucka.)
OT: Good TECH play Read also:
Chucka!!!!! MMFS and HHGP and with my GCU.v
PS - Ever hear about thart SCIENCE FAIR winner who used radio frequency to KILL MOSQUITO LARVAE in vats in the school nationals? This is the PATENTED SOLE FREQUENCY THINGY!!!!! See I found it on Feb 28 near when I bot MMSF and it fell, SO JOIN ME and BUY some less that me :
In a message dated 2/28/2002 11:59:04 AM Eastern Standard Time, Chucalo writes:
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Student invents device to kill mosquito larvae
OLD LYME, Conn., March 16 – A high school student’s science fair project on sound waves may help eliminate the buzzing of mosquitoes on the prowl for blood this summer.
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The state Department of Environmental Protection said it will try Michael Nyberg’s invention to kill mosquito larvae using sound waves. “If this turns out to be a nontoxic method of killing mosquitoes, it could be a very exciting find,” said Paul Capotosto, the mosquito management supervisor for the DEP.
The project is on display at the Connecticut Science Fair at Quinnipiac University through Saturday. The project emits low-frequency sound waves that can rupture air bladders near the heads of mosquito larvae. The rupture kills the larvae, but the sound wave is not audible to humans and does not appear to harm other animals.
Michael, who’s 14, said the sound waves killed mosquito larvae in a glass aquarium and in a sandbox filled with water. “I was surprised. I only need a quarter of a watt of energy to kill the larvae. I can do it at a very low frequency,” he said. Capotosto said it remains to be seen whether the sound waves also would work in the wild, and whether it would work for all species of mosquito.
Michael said he got the idea last summer, after hearing news about the West Nile Virus. He was inspired to investigate sound waves because in May he had toured a sound-deadening test system at General Motors’ research and development lab. The trip to Detroit was for the Intel International Science and Engineering Fair.
“At the beginning, I didn’t know what to expect, but I thought maybe if we could get the larvae to resonate, something might happen,” Michael said. His father, Herbert J. Nyberg, is a former Navy submariner who worked in acoustics at Kildare Corp. in New London for several years. The father arranged for the loan of a low-power transducer to the project, but privately he held out little hope.
“This transducer went up to about 40 kilohertz, and I figured it would take some super high frequency, maybe 250 kilohertz, to do anything,” the senior Nyberg said. Michael collected mosquito larvae from some wetlands behind their house, and put them in an old aquarium for the test. They started the experiment at 100 hertz and worked up. At 16 kilohertz, the larvae swam wildly through the water. At 24 kHz, they were dead.
They bought a $79 toy microscope to study the dead larvae. They found embolisms, tiny bubbles of air, had destroyed the tissue of the insects. Michael and his father are trying to patent the invention and may try to market it.
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