comra wave research

Research articles, tests, case reports for coMra Wave technology.
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comra wave research

coMra Wave Research Summary

The coMra Wave technology is a patented and scientifically tested approach to utilise background electromagnetic radiation or electrosmog to provide two beneficial functions. The first is to offer a degree of radiation protection from high frequency cellular and wireless radiation, and the second is to use the absorbed radiation for the improvement of the quality and freshness of water, and the consequent benefits to the health and vitality of the human body through the medium of water.

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Radiation protection measurements on cellular phones with and without the coMra Wave technology, show that the coMra Wave technology provides radiation protection with on average, tested across many cell phones, a 25% reduction in the transmitted wireless radiation. Protection results vary depending on the make and model of the phone between 15% and 50%, and in all cases did not interfere with the correct operation of the cellular or wireless product.

The coMra Wave technology performs a DUAL function.

The radiation that is absorbed from wireless products is then used as a power source to re-process the received energy into a signature and pattern that can be used in the natural re-arrangement of the structure of water.

Microwave signature measurements show that the transmission response of the coMra Wave technology has a similar signature to that of water. Exposing water to this signature is shown to induce a subtle re-arrangement to the structure of the bulk-body of the water.

Energised or Activated water has a smaller cluster size, with a fine structure and higher stored energy, and more available oxygen. The water is activated through using the energy and oxygen availability already present in the water. Activation results in the re-structuring of the water dynamics through the imprinted message in order to re-generate the bulk body of the water closer to its natural state

Nuclear Magnetic Resonance is a powerful technique that can provide detailed information on the topology, dynamics and three-dimensional structure of molecules in solution.

The coMra Wave technology when tested on water samples using the NMR O17 isotope shows a clear, repeatable, and sustained reduction in the water cluster size, suggesting that the water has been imprinted with a transformation towards that of natural water.

Natural water is characterised by a balanced level of dissolved oxygen, whereas water that is stagnant, isolated, or cleaned and purified by man-made methods, is often characterised by lower dissolved oxygen content.

The coMra Wave technology when tested on water samples using dissolved oxygen tests show a clear, repeatable, and sustained re-balance of the available dissolved oxygen, suggesting that the water has been imprinted with a transformation towards that of natural water.

The presented research pages were provided to introduce the coMra Wave technology dual function of radiation protection and energising water, and the experiments and measurements that provide the basis of the coMra Wave Products.


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