In the breakthrough work by John Burke and Kaj Halberg in the book Seed of Knowledge, Stone of Plenty – Understanding the Lost Technology of the Ancient Megalith-Builders, we see that by placing corn seeds in the center of the paramagnetic stones at Stonehenge, the resulting crop grew 20-40% larger than the crop whose seeds were not placed in the center of Stonehenge. It was this concept that we arrived to the conclusion that restoring magnetism was the key to increased life force in all organic matter.
In keeping with the ancient tradition of harnessing magnetic energy. Fractal Water utilizes the very finest magnetics for your Imploder. Our magnets are then wrapped in 10 gauge steel to shield and harness the energy of the magnets, and focus the field towards the center, and directed towards the water. Since only 300 gauss of flux escapes through the steel, the opposite side is much stronger, essentially creating a mono-polar effect.
During this process of passing water through a high magnetic flux density field the molecules in the water, begin to sort themselves, or self organize, in the field of the magnets. Its this structuring of the molecules which makes the water more bioavailable to the plants. This is called redox potential, its a measurement of how much water a plant can soak up.
Centripetal spin in the vortex combines with centripetal flux from super-magnets – to produce water molecules stable as more micro cluster.. meaning smaller and more spun. This creates absorption, and solubility. Watch as the Super water soaks into the soil visibly faster in your potted plants. See the example below.
In particular, the magnetic treatment of recycled water and 3000 ppm saline water respectively increased celery yield by 12% and 23% and water productivity by 12% and 24%. For snow peas, there were 7.8%, 5.9% and 6.0% increases in pod yield with magnetically treated potable water, recycled water and 1000 ppm saline water, respectively. The water productivity of snow peas increased by 12%, 7.5% and 13% respectively for magnetically treated potable water, recycled water and 1000 ppm saline water. On the other hand, there was no beneﬁcial effect of magnetically treated irrigation water on the yield and water productivity of peas. There was also non-signiﬁcant effect of magnetic treatment of water on the total water used by any of the three types of vegetable plants tested in this study.