We at Torsion Field believe that sustainability can go a lot further with Torsion Field structured water in a number of ways.
Our technology can harness spin field effect energy from the torsion field to structure liquids, including water. The same spin field that causes Earth, Sun and the Universe to spin.
Our method can structure very large volumes of liquids very quickly, using no electrical or other energy input.
In crop agriculture with structured water; research studies show:
- Bigger crop yields 20 – 47% better yields with structured water.
- 30 – 50% reduction in water used for irrigation. See water scarcity below!!
- Minimizes use of pesticides and herbicides
- Allows brackish water to be used for irrigation (up to 6000ppm TDS)
- Produce retains the nutrients longer after harvesting.
In livestock agriculture; research shows:
- Improved livestock yields.
- Reduced feedstock requirements.
- Dairy; improved milk yields.
Research and laboratory testing show:
- Reduced particulate matter.
- Reduced NOx and CO emissions.
- Improved mpg (less CO2 per mile)
- Improved health, better uptake of nutrients from fruit and vegetables.
- Reduced demand for food as people drink structured water. They require LESS food to get the equivalent amount of nutrients.
- Better nutrition to the consumers.
- Longer product shelf life.
According to information from World Wildlife.org only 3% of the world’s water is fresh water, and two-thirds of that is tucked away in frozen glaciers or otherwise unavailable for our use.
As a result, some 1.1 billion people worldwide lack access to water, and a total of 2.7 billion find water scarce for at least one month of the year. Inadequate sanitation is also a problem for 2.4 billion people—they are exposed to diseases, such as cholera and typhoid fever, and other water-borne illnesses. Two million people, mostly children, die each year from diarrheal diseases alone.
Many of the water systems that keep ecosystems thriving and feed a growing human population have become stressed. Rivers, lakes and aquifers are drying up or becoming too polluted to use. More than half the world’s wetlands have disappeared. Agriculture consumes more water than any other source and wastes much of that through inefficiencies. Climate change is altering patterns of weather and water around the world, causing shortages and droughts in some areas and floods in others.
At the current consumption rate, this situation will only get worse. By 2025, two-thirds of the world’s population may face water shortages. And ecosystems around the world will suffer even more.
As a small SME company, we are seeking collaboration partners in agriculture, Food & Beverage production companies, fuel companies and other interested parties. Contact Dave Thomas ph: +44 7528094401 email; firstname.lastname@example.org