Seed Germination Test of Lactuca sativa var longifoliaf using WaveMax Technology.  
Gregory Blake Becker, Jane Sinorita Tjioe Sun Eng, Yun Sen Ong, Sook Yen Wong
 
Abstract: Water is one of the most essential requirements for plant germination and growth. This report reviews the quantum electrodynamics theory of water and its advantages to plant germination. The interaction of light, sound and resonance with liquid water generates quantum coherent domains in which water molecules oscillate between the ground state and an excited state close to the ionizing potential of water. This produces plasma of almost free electrons favouring redox reactions, the basis of energy metabolism in living organisms. Coherent domains stabilized by surfaces, such as membranes and macromolecules, provide the excited interfacial water that enables photosynthesis to take place, on which most of life on Earth depend on. In this paper, we study the effects of the excited water on the Lactuca sativa var longifoliaf seeds’ germination rate. From the results, we observed that excited water produced by WaveMax Technology increased the germination rate from 42.22% to 88.89% which is increased 110.5% compare to normal tape water (Control group).

 

Materials and methods :
90 Lactuca sativa var longifoliaf seeds were selected. 2 containers of nutrient containing water were prepared as below:
  1. Control group (Normal tap water with nutrient)
  2. WaveMax group (Normal tap water + 2 times WaveMax treatment per day). Apply WaveMax mobile application for 1 minute x 2 times to the nutrient containing water every day. 30 ml of nutrient is added to both groups as below:
    1. Calcium nitrate tetrahydrate 四水硝酸钙
    2. Ammonium dihydrogen phosphate 磷酸二氢铵
    3. Potassium dihydrogen phosphate 磷酸二氢钾
    4. Ammonium nitrate 硝酸铵
    5. Potassium nitrate 硝酸钾
    6. Magnesium nitrate heptahydrate 七水硝酸镁
    7. Chelated iron 螯合铁
    8. Manganese sulfate 硫酸锰
    9. Copper sulfate 硫酸铜
    10. Zinc sulfate 硫酸锌
    11. Sand 蹦砂
    12. Ammonium molybdate 钼酸铵
    13. Distilled water 纯净水
*WaveMax App is provided by 2Vibrant Pte. Ltd.

5 seeds are added to each slot of the growth container. Each container has 9 slots.

Seeds are picked randomly. The containers were placed in an enclosed room under room temperature.


Results :
Table 1: Number of seed germinated and remain germinated per day



Graph 1: Plant germination rate (%) [WaveMax group Versus Control group]



Image 1: Snapshot of plant germination rate on Day 4

Control Wave


Image 2: Snapshot of plant germination rate on Day 10

Control Wave
 
Form Table 1, seeds from both groups started to germinate on Day 3, whereby 8 seeds were germinated in WaveMax group, while only 2 seeds were germinated in Control group. On Day 10, 40 out of 45 seeds were germinated in WaveMax group, with overall germination rate of 88.89%. However, only 19 seeds out of 45 seeds were germinated in Control group, where overall germination rate is 42.22%. The germination rate of WaveMax is 110.50% more compared to Control group.


Discussion :
The interaction of light with liquid water generates quantum coherent domains that changes the structure of water and impacts water interaction within the living systems.

WaveMax Technology generates a series of frequencies based on harmonic wave resonance, pulsed electromagnetic frequency, scalar waves, zero point energy field and quantum electrodynamics studies over the past few decades. These sets of frequencies found abundantly in nature were found to be able to produce a plasma of almost free electrons favouring redox reactions, the basis of energy metabolism in living organisms. Coherent domains of water generated by the frequencies generated by WaveMax is stabilized, especially within structures such as membranes and macromolecules, thus promoting cellular functions.


Conclusion :
WaveMax technology is able to increase germination rate of plant such as Lactuca sativa var longifoliaf. Seed germination rate of other plants.


References :
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