The added value of Quantum informed Agriculture to the Cycle of Life

The International Institute of Life Energy invited Henk Kieft to introduce Quantum informed Agriculture to the 20 participants of their Summerschool 2017. Below you find the summary. The added value of Quantum informed Agriculture to the Cycle of Life Introduction. At the one hand the challenges of modern society demand a shift in thinking in larger systems. At the other hand, development of...

Eiwitmuziek voor plant en dier

Presentatie van Michel Duhamel, directeur van Genodics. Michel kent de kwantumfysicus Joel Sternheimer die geluidssignalen heeft ontdekt bij de opbouw van eiwitmoleculen in de cel. Hij heeft er patent op gekregen en vroeg Genodics om er in de praktijk mee te experimenteren en de techniek door te ontwikkelen. Het gaat om een nieuwe kijk op het leven, om een aanpak die...

Bomen met muziek van sapstromen

Hoi Henk, ik ben heel benieuwd naar jouw mening over dit bericht.... https://nos.nl/artikel/2188375-bomen-maken-geluid-en-muziek.html zijn het sapstromen? ik dacht energie?  Bert Barten maakt muziek met bomen Klik op de site om de muziek te horen. Hier volgt de tekst van het artikel: Bomen maken geluid en niet alleen als het waait. Dat hoor je niet als je er langs loopt, maar het is wel...

Quantum music for crops and animals (in French)

Genodics newletter dec 2016 This is the newsletter (in French) from the business Genomics that markets the music of Joel Sternheimer, the so-called 'scale resonance'.  It reports interesting results from experiments in wine, vegetables, pigs and other agricultural activities. Friday July 7, Genodics director mr, Michel Duhamel, presented this technique and explained its quantum physics, biology and musical backgrounds.  

“A mind-bending technology goes mainstream”

The Economist devoted its Technology Quarterly of March 11 2017 to Quantum Devices: "A mind-bending technology goes mainstream". Elements from this magazine will be of interest to quantum farmers as well. This statement is from the editors of this website and is as yet rarely recognized in the articles. " Revealed by a few surprising discoveries, such as that atoms absorb and emit energy only in...

Walter Thut : the most important rhythms and frequencies in life

  The most important rhythms and frequencies in life Walter visualizes Electromagnetic World (on research led from 1996 to 2013) Combining mathematics of music with quantum physics reveals and visualizes the harmonic structure of our vibrational world and links the scientific with the holistic view. The result is the Harmonics-Elements-Table. Walter shows cold fusion concepts in living organisms, as well as the...

SHORTLIST ANNOTATED RESOURCES A-L

SHORTLIST ANNOTATED RESOURCES A-L by HENK KIEFT & SASKIA VON DIEST   ENGLISH Al-Khalili J. & McFadden, J., 2014. Life on the Edge: The Coming of Age of Quantum Biology. Bantam Press. Transworld Digital. London, UK. The first book ever that describes how quantum physics can be applied in biology. It discusses physiological processes that are also relevant for farming and gardening. The ‘communication’...

Evidence of Sound Technology in Agriculture

Sound-related techniques are already applied in food factories and other industry. Both audible sound and infra- or ultra-sound frequencies. Industries report the effects of sound : activation of enzymes, improved microbial reactions (e.g. fermentation) and improved micro-organisms in cleaning the environment. The same kind of effects may be expected in plants and animals, as sound waves generate vibration of particles of...

Practice of Sound Technology in Agriculture

Sound techniques are emerging in many crops, from rice to tomatoes and in vineyards. Quite a lot of dairy farmers play classical music when milking their cows. Several advisors offer sound-services to farms and gardens. Various universities have started research in this domain. Yields are reported to increase by 15 to over 50 %. Several experiments report an increased resilience,...

Origin of Sound Technology in Agriculture

Origin of Sound Technology in Agriculture

Electromagnetic technology is based upon the fundamental physics concept that tiny particles, such as electrons and atoms, may also behave like waves. This has been known for almost a century, but early work in agriculture was largely neglected by agriculture research, possibly because of the quick success of technologies focusing on mineral fertilizers and chemical crop protection. However, promising experiments...