A solid-state, paramagnetic-diamagnetic maser for controlling the amplification and direction of electromagnetic emissions from a molecular control system, such as insect pheromones. The solid-state maser includes a paramagnetic layer of, for example, a mixture of andosite, basalt and granite. The paramagnetic layer is disposed onto a diamagnetic base. A burlap or hairy cloth impregnated with the molecular control system is placed over the paramagnetic layer, such that the paramagnetic energy amplifies the molecular control system to produce coherent or semi-coherent electromagnetic emissions. The molecular control system can be a semiochemical (such as, insect pheromones), garlic scent, perfume, deodorant, air freshener, similar molecules, infrared coded emissions from any system that controls or effects living organisms, and the like. The solid-state maser of the present invention is an organic and biodegradable device that is tuned and modulated by existing and naturally occurring atomospheric frequencies. Moreover the device provides a highly efficient and effective solution for pest control and improving plant growth, without having to exterminate the pests or distribute chemicals that may harm the environment or increase health risks for humans.
An apparatus and method for controlling insects is provided. In one embodiment, the invention utilizes pumping radiation and molecular vibratory modulation to generate coherent or semi-coherent radiation frequencies to control or attract insects. Such control acting either as an attractant (e. g. , for trapping) radiation or a frequency quenching (i. e. , jamming) radiation for insects. In a second embodiment, the invention utilizes pumping radiation and a scatter surface to generate coherent or semi-coherent radiation frequencies to control or attract insects.
Insect Antenna Vibrating Frequency Modulator And Resonating Maserlike Ir Emitter
The United States of America as represented by the Secretary of Agriculture - Washington DC
A system or method by which electromagnetic wave energy in the near, intermediate, and far infrared portion of spectrum from insect sex scent attractants and host plant or animal scent attractants is converted into narrow band high intensity maserlike infrared emissions is disclosed. The system or method includes a low frequency oscillator for vibrating a silver or gold coated or aluminum low emissivity reed in a vacuum chamber with a suitable infrared window (1 to 30. mu. m). The reed vibrator is prepared with a monomolecular layer of suitable insect sex or host attractant or surrounded by vapors of said attractants and vibrated (modulated) in an infrared source of electromagnetic energy at 1 to 30. mu. m and at the antenna vibrating frequency of the insect. The narrow band maserlike emission and harmonies thereof are emitted through the IR window and detected by a spectrometer.
Philip S. Callahan - Gainesville FL Harry Kornberg - Gainesville FL
A method and apparatus for detecting radio waves that propagate along the atmospheric boundary layer of human skin. This function is realized with the use of a photonic cloth constructed of flax and wool, soaked in a saline solution and air dried, and subsequently placed upon the human skin. The radio waves can then be monitored by connecting the photonic cloth via a set of probes to an oscilloscope.
System And Method For Producing Highly Amplified Radio Signals For Feedback Into The Human Body
The present invention includes an apparatus and method for generating, duplicating, and transmitting biophotonic radio frequencies that propagate along the atmospheric boundary layer of the human skin and the earth's atmosphere. These biophotonic radio frequencies are applied to a human patient for therapeutic purposes. This function is realized with the use of a series of oscillators (i. e. , electronic function generators) designed to produce modulated or unmodulated sine and square wave photons. The oscillators are further adapted to emit the modulated or unmodulated sine and square wave photons from a dielectric or metal antenna built as loops into the walls of a diamagnetic-paramagnetic chamber. When a person is seated in the chamber, the photons of energy from the waves generated along the loop antenna penetrate the human body and provide a variety of therapeutic benefits. Among these therapeutic benefits are relief of rheumatic muscular pain, slowing the metabolism, increasing the efficiency of the immune system, eliminating certain psychosomatic ailments, and suppressing cancer.
The invention overcomes the problems with conventional solutions by utilizing natural (copied) scatter surfaces, dielectric spine (sensilla) forms, correct pumping radiations and correct vibratory modulating frequency to generate coherent or semi-coherent radiation frequencies to control or attract insects. Such control acting either as an attractant (e. g. , for trapping) radiation or a frequency quenching (i. e. , jamming) radiation for insects.