Pioneering Scientists Interviewed about CES

MegaBrain ReportIn April 1990 the first issue of Michael Hutchison’s “MEGABRAIN REPORT, The Psychotechnology Newsletter” was published. The issue featured “High Voltage: The Bioelectric Interviews” about Cranial Electro Stimulation. The three scientists interviewed were all prominent for their leading-edge research in electromedicine. Robert “Bob” Beck B.E., D.Sc., Robert O. Becker M.D. and Daniel L. Kirch, Ph.D. were each interviewed about CES. In the same issue, Bob Beck was also included in a discussion of Scalar Waves with Eldon Byrd, Ph.D., Peter Lindemann and Glen Rein, Ph.D.

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What about Transcranial Direct Current Stimulation (tDCS)?

Brain Boost“How a gentle electrical jolt can focus a sluggish mind” featured Transcranial Direct Current Stimulation (tDCS) on a PBS News Hour on March 31, 2015. How does tDCS compare with Cranial Electro Stimulation (CES)? The technology does not include frequencies as used in CES devices. Without key frequencies, it has a more limited use compared to the more global results produced by CES.

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Use of Silver in Nanotechnology

New York Times LogoThe use of silver as an anti-infective agent is escalating with new technology that embeds miniscule particles in a variety of products. “Old Curative Gets New Life at Tiny Scale” published in The New York Times on December 12, 2005, says:

Now, with more and more bacteria developing resistance to antibiotic drugs, some researchers and health care entrepreneurs have returned to silver for another look. This time around, they are armed with nanotechnology, a fast-developing collection of products and skills that helps researchers deploy silver compounds in ways that maximize the availability of silver ions — the element’s most potent form.

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Silver and Nanotechnology

Silver Institute LogoThe Silver Institute in the US is an advocate for the expansion of nanotechnology. They describe some of the ways the germ-killing properties of silver are being harnessed: “Silver’s antibacterial qualities have applications that reach far beyond the medical world. Washing machines, refrigerators, air conditioners, air purifiers and vacuum cleaners all rely upon silver nanoparticles to sterilize up to 650 types of bacteria. Nanotechnology is still at a very early stage in terms of its usage.”

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“Ozone is Good, Ozone is Bad”

Oxygen and AgingDr. Majid Ali, author of the book Oxygen and Aging, resisted using ozone in his medical practice for many years because in a testtube ozone acts like an oxidant—takes electrons. He discovered, however, that the way the body uses ozone is different than the chemistry found in a test tube. Ozone acts in a beneficial way in the body by contributing to antioxidant processes—ozone turns on enzyme systems crucial to health. Ozone is good!

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Ozone for teeth fillings!

BBC LogoIn “Dentists hail the end of fillings” the use of ozone in dentistry is described … not just to ozonate water to rinse your mouth. “The treatment, called Healozone, uses a blast of ozone gas to kill bacteria. The painless procedure allows saliva to strengthen damaged teeth naturally.”

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Are Electrical Implants the Medicine of the Future?

The Caduceus“Many doctors are thrilled by this emerging vision of the body electric,” says Michael Arndt, “because it provides fixes beyond the ken of the medical mainstream.” In “Rewiring the Body” the author reveals that microcurrent implants alleviate seizures. Implants are also being considered to help with appetite control and to stimulate movement from paralysis. March 2005.

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