Jacobson Resonance Enterprises, Inc. (JRE) released preliminary report data on JRE's patented water resonation process, which have concluded at the University of Oklahoma, Health Sciences Center in Oklahoma City.
The experiments on "resonated water absorption" conducted by Dr. Benjamin Sherlag and Dr. Bill Yamanashi of the Cardiac Arrhythmia Research Center at HSC demonstrated a "significant" difference in the rate of absorption between resonated and non-resonated sucrose water solutions through a semi-permeable membrane.
"Through the use of an osmotic meter, our research team was able to measure the diffusion pressure difference across the semi-permeable membrane," said Dr. Bill Yamanashi, team leader and co-supervisor for the experiments. "Another important observation was that this difference in the rate of absorption was only optimal at specific magnetic field amplitude and frequency setting, in the pico tesla range calculated with the Jacobson's equation. Our research team observed and concluded that absorption had a direct correlation to these peaks and/or windows characteristic of standard physical processes."
(Source: Jacobson Resonance Enterprises, Inc.)