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What is the Science behind SmartNute’s SNX30?

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As the Chief Scientist for SmartNute, one of my favorite sayings from Albert Einstein is: "Always listen to the experts. They will tell you what can't be done and why. Then just do it."


Just think, 100 years ago no one thought about landing humans on the moon or having 7 probes surveying Mars. 


In the early 1920s when the Wright Brothers were beginning to fly, Marconi (Italian inventor and electrical engineer) commercialized radio by opening the first radio factory. When radio was revealed to the public, people thought it was a miracle of science


Here we are 100 years after the introduction of hybrid corn and SNX30 is the miracle-like fertilizer supplement no one was expecting. It's produced by imprinting energy patterns from nature (cousins to radio frequencies) into nutrients/fertilizer. 


Below is the physics “layman” version of the technology that allows SNX30 to achieve unmatched results in agriculture. SNX30 is derived from the patent #US2482773A.


SNX30 is one application of resonant frequencies (subtle energy physics) that demonstrates a system of alternative fertilizer supplement application.


Subtle energy is based on frequencies which cannot be measured by conventional instrumentation but which can affect organisms at a cellular level.


A good example is to think about bacteria. Most of us have never seen a bacteria, and up until a hundred years or so ago, they were not known (or believed) to exist because they could not be seen.


However, with our advancements in science we have instruments which allow bacteria to be studied and we now know they help rule the world, just like other microbes. 


The science behind SNX30 includes frequencies that are known patterns of information. In a similar manner as these frequencies, radio stations are defined by AM and FM frequencies. When you tune a radio to a certain station it will give you information about the topic you choose.


The frequency analyzer instruments used to develop SNX30 can be tuned to a certain resonant signature in order to dial in energetic information about the subject. In our case this refers to plants and soil, but can also be used for human health and other applications.


You may have seen a demonstration where two musical tuning forks close to each other will react in a spontaneous manner when they are exposed to an identical frequency. In a similar manner, parallel plate tuning capacitors in a frequency analyzer instrument act as adjustable tuning forks. They resonate when they are tuned to a frequency that determines the makeup of subatomic particles that make up our physical world.


And just like tuning forks, these instruments achieve resonance that can be detected as the energy is intrinsic to the vibration in each atom.


This natural resonance makes these instrument components ideal for setting frequencies and detecting resonance. The purpose of the capacitors in these analyzers is to build and hold a charge of the faint and subtle energetic signals that are amplified for detection.


These frequencies are not absolute frequencies like those used by radio stations. Radio stations use settings that are calculated in hertz (cycles per second). When you set a radio to 680 you are actually setting it to 680,000 hertz.


The frequency analyzer instrument represents a percentage of bandwidth through a range of variable capacitors. When you tune this instrument, it adjusts the interweaving of tuning plates from 0 to 100 (or 0 to 10). These numbers reflect the percentage of total range and not a set frequency like a radio.


You may be aware that energy vibrates throughout our physical world and found in atoms within all of us and everything in the world around us. Due to this field of subtle energy, we can tap into it for research and development in areas from agriculture to health, just as you tap into your smartphone to get the information you need whether it’s a simple phone call, text or internet search on a subject. Please visit patent #US2482773A for detail.

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