Over the years I have had the honor of working with Clarus Transphase Scientific, the developers of the Q-Link Pendant and other related products in researching the effects of their patented Sympathetic Resonance Technology on organic and inorganic matter. We have had several papers published in the Journal of Alternative and Complementary Medicine specific to SRT.
I have found the technology of SRT to be effective in increasing the zeta potential or life force of matter. The following is a blinded pilot study I conducted on four commercially bottled waters and the chemical and electrical changes that took place in that water, treated with SRT. The results are impressive and demonstrate the efficacy of the SRT technology.
Summary: The effects of SRT or Sympathetic Resonance Technology on water were measured. The pH, ORP and rH2 of water, with and without SRT processing were measured for four (4) different types of water. All four (4) waters were commercially bottled waters. The results showed some consistent changes due to SRT including improved pH, ORP and rH2 in all waters tested. In brief, it is shown that SRT increases pH, lowers ORP and rH2, which could help to reduce states of oxidative stress or over-acidity of the blood and tissues of living organisms.
Introduction: This is an exploratory pilot study to test a variety of drinking waters with and without SRT-treatment. The purpose is to compare the waters without SRT treatment to waters with SRT treatment to measure any changes in the hydrogen ion concentrations (pH) and the proton/electron concentrations (ORP and rH2), to demonstrate how SRT processing of the water affects positively the pH, ORP and rH2.
Materials and Methods: Four (4) types and eight (8) samples of commercially available bottled drinking waters were processed with SRT for 45 hours. These eight (8) samples from four (4) types of waters were then compared with the same four (4) types of waters without SRT using a Thermo-Orion multi-function pH/ORP meter. The eight (8) samples of bottled water treated with SRT and the four (4) samples of bottled water not treated with SRT were tested twice for pH, ORP and rH2. Average values were calculated from duplicate measurements. Prior to testing all samples there was no prior knowledge of what samples were treated with SRT and what samples were not treated with SRT, making this a blinded exploratory pilot study. Table 1 summarizes the results of 72 measurements.
Explanations of pH, ORP and rH2: The pH is a scientific exponential measurement of the concentration of hydrogen ions (H+) and hydroxyl ions (OH-) in an aqueous solution ranging from 1 to 14 with 7 being neutral. A pH below 7 would be acidic; having a higher concentration of hydrogen ions (H+) and a lesser amount of hydroxyl ions (OH-) and a pH, above 7 would be alkaline, having a lesser concentration of hydrogen ions (H+) and higher concentrations of hydroxyl ions (OH-). The pH scale is exponential, so a pH of 6 would have 10 times more hydrogen ions (H+) and 10 times less hydroxyl ions(OH-) than a pH of 7 and a pH of 8 would have 10 times less hydrogen ions (H+) and 10 times more hydroxyl ions (OH-).
There are two ways to measure the electron/proton activity, or the energy potential of an aqueous solution: ORP and rH2. The value of ORP (oxidative reduction potential) quantifies the amount of energy in the aqueous solution by numbering its electrons. It is expressed in milli volts (mV), either positive or negative. Typically water samples show a positive ORP or proton saturation of over +100 mV. A positive ORP means that the aqueous solution is acidic or oxidized and has no potential energy for further oxidation: that is, it has no free electrons for energy. Such an aqueous solution has no antioxidant or anti-acid potential to support life. A negative ORP means that the aqueous solution possesses electrical potential – energy, and is rich in electrons to support living organisms. Aqueous solutions with a negative ORP has antioxidant or anti-acid properties and are beneficial in that they can buffer or neutralize acids and thus reduce oxidative stress. Water with a negative ORP is the only water that can support life, buffer gastrointestinal and metabolic acids and provide electrons to support the energy needs of any living organism. Water with a negative ORP no longer exists on the earth because of inorganic and organic contamination of our oceans, rivers and streams. All negative ORP water has to be created chemically, electrically or through the use of SRT or a combination thereof. Consider rH2 (reduction of hydrogen; sometimes called “redox”) as sort of a backup measurement to ORP. rH2, is measured on a scale, just the way pH is. The rH2 scale ranges from 0 to 44, with 22 being the mid-point; the lower the number, the greater the concentration of electrons. With each step, the number of electrons increases by a factor of 10; water with rH2 of 22 has 10 times more electrons than water at 23. An increase of just two places on the scale, then, means 100 times fewer electrons. Ideally, you want your water to have an rH2 of 22 or less. Unfortunately, most municipalities have, on the average, an rH2 of 30 or greater. That’s 100 million fewer electrons.
Conclusions: The waters not treated with SRT showed positive ORP’s at +378 to +431 and rH2’s at 27.9 to 28.04. The untreated Evian water was the best bottled water with an alkaline pH of 7.39, an ORP of +390 and an rH2 at 27.9, but was still lacking in electrical potential and electron concentration. All other non treated waters were acidic, with AquaFina, a purified municipal water, being the most acidic, at a pH of 5.83.
However, the effects of SRT on pH, ORP and rH2 were similar for all four (4) waters and all eight (8) samples, in that SRT increased pH from .44% to 19.21%, reduced ORP from 48.21% to 60.09% and reduced rH2 6.64% to 9.15% respectively. (Refer to Table 1)
Of the four (4) types of waters and eight (8) samples treated with SRT, AquaFina had the best result with a pH prior to treatment of 5.83 and with SRT treatment, a pH increase to 6.95, a 19.21% increase. The ORP went from +431 to +200 and a rH2 of 28.31 to 25.93, indicating a 1500 times increase of electrons or electrical potential.
This pilot study showed the effects of SRT on physical properties as well as the subtle energetic properties of water. However, not all waters appear to react in the same way to SRT. Some waters showed a stronger effect than others. The most notable changes were the increases of the pH, and reductions in ORP and rH2 of the AquaFina water, which is nothing more than treated tap water. This means that water treated with SRT can reduce hydrogen ions, increase hydroxyl ions, decrease protons and increases electrons and thus lower oxidative stress, gastrointestinal and metabolic acids and provide energy for living organisms to sustain life.
Moreover, this is consistent with previously published research on SRT, which shows that SRT makes human cells, tissues, organs and living organisms more resistant and resilient to the ravages of acidic stress.
The fact that various types of waters react somewhat differently to SRT may be due to their molecular structure and mineral composition and the ability of the atoms of the waters ability to hold new information. It is also possible that the various bottled waters may already contain information from the processing at the bottling plant, which makes it harder for them to hold SRT processing.
In summary: SRT or Sympathetic Resonance Technology is shown to enhance drinking water properties including its electrical or energetic potential and antioxidant/anti-acid capacities.
Water Non SRT Water Type pH % Change
1) Evian Mineral 7.30 pH
2) Calistoga Mineral 6.81 pH
3) Dasani Treated Tap 6.60 pH
4) AquaFina Treated Tap 5.83 pH
Water With SRT
1) Evian Sample 1 Mineral 7.54 pH 2.03%
2) Evian Sample 2 Mineral 7.65 pH 3.52%
3) Calistoga S-1 Mineral 6.84 pH .44%
4) Calistoga S-2 Mineral 6.91 pH 1.47%
5) Dasani S-1 Treated Tap 6.81 pH 3.18%
6) Dasani S-2 Treated Tap 6.81 pH 3.18%
7) AquaFina S-1 Treated Tap 6.95 pH 19.21%
8) AquaFina S-2 Treated Tap 6.68 pH 14.58%
Water Non SRT Water Type ORP% Change rH2 %Change
1) Evian Mineral +430 mV 27.90
2) Calistoga Mineral +404 mV 28.04
3) Dasani Treated Tap +378 mV 27.78
4) AquaFina Treated Tap +431 mV 28.31
Water With SRT
1) Evian Sample 1 Mineral +202 mV 48.46% 26.03 6.77%
2) Evian Sample 2 Mineral +202 mV 48.21% 26.02 6.74%
3) Calistoga S-1 Mineral +190 mV 52.97% 25.90 7.63%
4) Calistoga S-2 Mineral +200 mV 50.50% 26.00 7.27%
5) Dasani S-1 Treated Tap +156 mV 57.73% 25.56 7.99%
6) Dasani S-2 Treated Tap +156 mV 57.73% 25.56 7.99%
7) AquaFina S-1 Treated Tap +172 mV 60.09% 26.01 6.77%
8) AquaFina S-2 Treated Tap +193 mV 55.22% 26.02 6.74%
Table 1: pH, ORP and rH2 values on four (4) types of water with and without SRT
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