The Water Conference, and Bio-identical Signaling Technology
October 9th, 2016
Dr. Gerald Pollack, prominent Exclusion Zone water (EZ water) researcher, and author of The Fourth Phase of Water, asked Hans Eng to present NanoVi™ technology at the Water Conference in Sofia Bulgaria. Dr. Pollack is a Professor at the University of Washington Department of Bioengineering who organizes the annual meeting on the Physics, Chemistry and Biology of Water to bring professionals from around the world together to share their research and scientific insights.
Pictured to the right with Hans Eng are Vladimir Voeikov and Nikolai Bunkin of Moscow State University, and Dr. Gerald Pollack from the University of Washington.
Hans Eng presented on the process of inducing cellular repair by using near infrared (NIR) to influence water within and between cells as it relates to Exclusion Zone water. For more detailed information, please read below
Energy Via Indirectly induced NIR (iiNIR) repair process
Because we now know specifics about the attributes of water, it is possible to utilize and optimize indirectly induced NIR processes. Several electromagnetic energies, one at the high end of the NIR range and others above the NIR range, are specific wavelengths that match absorption peaks of water. In this situation, water not only absorbs the energy, it also transfers it (ultrafast) between its networked molecules.
More precisely, the energy is transferred within the water’s hydrogen bond network via nano-vibrations. If the number of water molecules is small enough, like in a cell, iiNIR is thought to alter the attributes into so-called Exclusion Zone water (EZ water). This cascading effect of energy transfer is not limited in distances or volume, as long as the water molecules form a network and are connected to each other.
Ultimately, the energy is transmitted to all components that are embedded in the network of water molecules and embedded proteins receive an energy kick. Because of the energy conversion during the transfer from electromagnetic energy, to hydrogen bond energy and finally to the receiving protein, this process is called Indirect-induced-NIR (iiNIR) therapy. Again, this indirectly-induced-NIR process is only triggered by very specific NIR wavelengths, converted to a kinetic energy (kick) and transferred across water molecules, via nano-vibrations, to ultimately be received by the proteins and enable their biological functions.
The NanoVi™ technology utilizes these properties of water and energy transfer. Tests and studies with NanoVi™ technology prove that it assists the repair of proteins and enhances protein function.
For more on how the NanoVi™ addresses oxidative stress