Observación de la elevación del potencial de iones de hidrógeno (pH) del agua potable en contacto con el plasma GANS / CO2
Published on: May 2019
Addition of liquid plasma1 (LP) of nanosized solid state gases (GANS) of carbon dioxide (CO2) in drinking water showed a change in the hydrogen ion potential (pH) of tap water and minerals.
This work talks about the possibility of improving water quality by raising the pH using Keshe Technology — a simple and efficient technology that can be made in your kitchen.
This study had an experimental character, through direct observations of the proposed experiment. It was carried out between February 24 and 27, 2019, in the city of João Pessoa / PB, average temperature of 29.6oC.
The objective of this work was to observe the elevation of the hydrogen ionic potential (pH) of the drinking water, from the addition of minimum percentages of LP (GANS / CO2 plasma), with pH 9.7 (base). In order to observe one of the applications of plasma technology and Plasma Science.
“This technology starts with two very simple procedures: Nano-coating metals and the capture of GANS / Plasma which can be performed by anyone in your kitchen or in the garage” (KESHE, 2019)
It is known that the alkalinity of water, within limits, is positive for human health. Nobel laureate Otto Warburg, with his discovery that cancer develops in acidic environments, shows that it cannot develop in the alkaline environment.
In addition, a person with cancer has a tissue pH of 4.5, is a microenvironment poor in oxygen. (PAULINO, 2012)
In the samples there was elevation of the pH, as shown in the Table 2. The results are arranged and all the samples selected to compose the research.
Tap water from Companhia de Água e Esgotos de Paraíba (Cagepa) [Paraiba Water and Sewerage Company] usually ranges from pH 6.6 to pH 7.5.
1 Liquid Plasma (LP) is the name of water that is in direct contact with the GANS, which is intensely energized due to this direct contact. The LP was diluted in potable water at concentrations of 1%, 2% and 3% (see Table 2)
2 Informed water is one that does not receive additional of LP, but is subject to externally positioned LP fields and GANS.
Table 2: pH demonstration of selected samples. In the present study, the collected water indicated pH 7.5 (Cagepa 1, 2, and 3) and the final pH result after 72 hours was elevated by 0.5 — identical in all samples, although different percentages of LP (1%, 2% and 3%, respectively).
Commercial waters, sold in markets (samples C1 and C2), raised the pH by 1.5 — going from acid to alkaline.
Informed water2 with CO2 LP, where there is no physical contact with GANS / Plasma, presented pH 8.0 (alkaline) at the beginning and at the end of this study.
Therefore, it can be shown that the fields, created by the GANS influence the matter and make the water basic / alkaline.
The Plasma Technology is being developed and made available on an open platform since 2014, all the knowledge is offered to the public, in several languages, including in Portuguese by the platform: https://kfssi.org (KESHE, 2019).
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