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Biophoton analysis

Electroluminescence of water

Prof. Dr. rer. nat. Fritz Albert Popp
Prof. Fritz Albert Popp

Studied physics, degree in experimental physics, Röntgen Prize from the Physics Department of the University of Würzburg, Doctorate in Theoretical Physics, qualification as lecturer in biophysics, lecturer, appointed Professor by the senate of the University of Marburg. He is considered to have discovered "biophotons". In 1976, in conjunction with Bernhard Ruth, discovered weak light emissions from biological systems and proved that this radiation is emitted by all living organisms. Refinement of biophoton analysis, such that it could be used for quality measurements in the food industry.

The aim

The biophoton analysis method was used to assess the quality of water. This process is also used in testing food and utilises the capability of living cells to emit light particles (photons). The higher the vitality and internal order of the material tested, the higher the number of biophotons emitted.

The test

We took two water samples from the same tap. Sample 1 was normal tap water, before taking sample 2 we fitted the water pipe with a water transformer, as developed by Winfied M Dochow. Both samples were subjected to biophoton analysis in order to measure the residual toxin levels. The test was ordered by Mr Moll and Mr Dochow and carried out on 18/08/2005.

The result

Attention: All charts were graphically enhanced for better understanding.

Non-harmonised tap water
Non-harmonised tap water
Harmonised water
Harmonised water

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The graphics show a clear reduction in the residual damage information level in the water harmonised using Winfried M. Dochow's method.

More information can be obtained on the website of F.A. Popp:

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