Comments on Forced Resonance Ultra-Short Pulse Laser Kills Viruses Dead
It appears that every virus has a specific frequency that will cause it to vibrate - and shake itself apart - and the process can be done without harming healthy tissue. (Read
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|"There is one thing that is easy to forget and that is that real tissue consists of thousands of thousands of layers of cells.
If you are to shoot any single virus you need to have the laser inside the body, moving around, shooting a heck load of lasers. Since a virus might reproduce into thousands or tens of thousands it is not enough to shoot at the skin.
It only works on a glass sampler with one layer of cells."
(Nicklas Hult 11/19/2007 1:47:22 PM)
|"Check out Royal Fife. http://www.energetic-medicine.net/royal-rife-research.html
This sort of thing has been discovered before and has been destroyed before.
( 11/24/2007 5:24:59 PM)
for a more technical (and more accurate) version of this article"
(buffLaser2000 9/19/2008 1:49:24 AM)
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