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Advanced Physics System Engineering (APSE™)

The APSE™ technology is based on the Science of Photonics and involves customized configurations designed for specific end purposes, especially biological systems.

The APSE™ technology, in a nutshell, is the structured integration of coherent electromagnetic energy and specially arranged conductivity elements. The special configuration of the devices does transmit specific energy into a complex system of biologically active organisms. The configuration is supporting processes capable of disrupting the reproductive and repair functions of pathogens, spoilage bacteria and microbes such as Escherichia Coli and Psychrotrophs.

Each specific case of integration - we refer to this as an “APSE™ configuration” - is the result of understanding the particular problem to be addressed and empirically creating customized configurations based on the natural interference patterns of the biological system and it’s electromagnetic environment, using mathematical models and optical engineering techniques.

How does the Engeenuity APSE™ process have an impact on pathogenic cells and molds?

An increasing number of scientific publications addresses the interaction of complex biological systems with their intrinsic electromagnetic fields and extrinsic triggers. Even small adjustments to physical parameters in the environment of biological systems can have significant effects. Recent research describes for example the amazing transfer rate of energy between molecular systems during photosynthesis, showing that many classical approaches to explain this phenomenon need to be revised. The APSE process is linked to electronic coherent oscillations in biological structures and supports natural processes within the system to remain in a sustainable healthy state. Growth rates of targeted Pathogens are disrupted, inhibiting their reproduction. The healthy parts of the supported target are not affected. The deeper science of the APSE technology will be kept strictly confidential.

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