How measurements are made
Information exchange is available via the harness system attached to the forehead, ankles and wrists. The harnesses are made of carbon impregnated rubber, which allows for very low- current electrical communication through the computers USB port and a multi-functional interface box.
During the testing/assessment phase, a client’s reaction is measured in response to nearly 7,000 separate items in 39 separate categories. This process takes approximately 4 to 7 minutes depending upon the speed of the computer. The computer calculates an average value of response between 0 and 2000, which results in a list defining the individual’s reactions or stress potentials. The greatest energy disturbances will be recorded and displayed at the top of the list. Each substance has its own distinctive, complex waveform, which is graphically viewed and represented by a unique fractal image. Additionally, the test matrix contains a detailed description of each substance.
The measurement made by the LIFE System is based upon the relationship between “action &reaction” by applying a challenge to the patient (“action”) and measuring the reaction of the human body as it answers the challenge (“reaction”).
The basic principle of the mode of action of the LIFE System device is the following: The LIFE System device sends a square wave signal with amplitude of 5 volt, and a duty cycle of 50% to the harness. The frequency to be applied, for determination of our test, is about 47.3 kHz. The measurement current through the body is limited to a maximum of 10mA, but usually no more than 5mA or less.
Figure 1 shows the applied signal, without the harness being in contact with the human body.
When the harness is in contact with the human body, a significant change (deformation) of the signal can be detected. Figure 2 shows the respective signals (but on a different time scale to underline the changes).
Figure 2: Superimposition of the signal without harness being applied to the human body (red signal) and with electrodes being applied to the human body (blue signal).
As can be seen from the superimposition of the signals, there is a significant difference in the shapes of the signals. The detection of the signal is realized by the LIFE System device in a binary way – the part of the signal being placed in the upper half of the square wave signal is detected, the lower part of the square wave signal is ignored. Therefore, the different shapes of the signals (electrodes applied to a patient and no electrodes applied to the patient) result in time differences ΔT1 and ΔT2 before half of the amplitude is passed. These time differences resulting from the different shapes of the signals are detected by the LIFE System device.
When applying the same methodology to a patient suffering from a particular imbalance, again a signal will be detected. But as the situation in the body of the patient is different due to the imbalance, the shape of the signal to be detected is different, and it can be seen that this signal is less steep in the case of imbalance. This difference in signal shapes results in other time differences Δt1 and Δt2, which are characteristic for a particular imbalance. Figure 3 shows the signal obtained in the case of such an imbalance.
Figure 3: Superimpositioning of the Signal obtained from a patient suffering from a particular imbalance (blue signal) and the signal obtained when harness is not applied to the human body (red signal)
However, it must be pointed out that the results obtained by the LIFE System device can only give hints to physical states in which the presence of a particular imbalance is likely. The final diagnosis must be confirmed by other methodologies such as X-ray or MRI in any case.
The basic principle of the LIFE System device is to measure these time differences of the respective signals and to achieve a statistical evaluation based on a mathematical algorithm. The results obtained are compared with data which are archived in a database.
The mathematical calculation algorithm takes input information on the one hand, which is stored in the Element database, and on the other hand the digitized measurement data, belonging to the element. After quantifying the values, artifacts (like disturbances caused by EMC, movements, etc.) are removed. The cleaned data is sampled and after that, the correlation is calculated, leading to the desired reactivity value, providing the results of reactivity testing, relative to the given element.
It can be claimed that when the situation inside the human body is disturbed due to a particular imbalance, the physical situation will become different. Any abnormal condition can be considered as a kind of imbalance, it can be easily seen that the temperature inside the area of interest is different. As a consequence, the shape of the signal that is detected will differ from the one measured in a non-conditional situation. The differences can be measured easily by detecting the time difference, as described above, and those time differences are characteristic for the respective situations. Evidence that they can be measured and detected was given by the outcome of the clinical investigation.
Rationale of the LIFE System Device
The rationale, on which the above mentioned mode of action of the LIFE System device is based, is natural oscillation. Natural oscillations are oscillations of matter which already exist at very low energy levels. To differentiate from stimulated oscillation, natural oscillations occur at the lowest possible energy level. Therefore, they lose little energy and likewise fulfil the law of the Conservation of Energy.
The physical vacuum represents the possible energetically-lowest state of matter. Therefore, in vacuum, only natural oscillations are possible. Respecting the formula of Planck
ΔE = h Δf (h = Planck constant)
gives the impression that the energy of the fundamental-oscillation of a vacuum oscillator is frequency dependent and quantized. As a consequence, energy can only be absorbed or emitted in determined portions. The basic frequencies are calculated following the approach known in literature as “global scaling”.
The formula for continued fraction was developed by mathematics for approximation and description of natural oscillation phenomena as a mathematical function (Euler-Lagrange movement equation)
Using the formula to calculate a continued fraction leads to the desired frequency of the matter:
f = the frequency of the matter
fp = the frequency of the natural oscillation of the proton
φ = phase angle (0 or 3/2)
N0 = quantum number (integer)
Table 5: Euler-Lagrange movement equation for describing natural oscillation
The natural frequency of the proton is about fp = 1.4254 x 1024 Hz being a natural constant value. In a spatially limited medium, natural-oscillation can only arise when the interval between oscillating nodes stands in a simple proportional integer-number relationship to the size of the space. This also affects the proportional relationship between base, upper and lower frequencies (modes). Resulting mathematically from this is a logarithmically fractal construction of the natural-oscillation mode.
Oscillation-troughs displace matter that then concentrates in the oscillation nodes. In this way, a logarithmic, fractal distribution of matter density arises in the natural-oscillating medium, leading to the situation illustrated below:
Using the above mentioned formula leads to a set of frequencies that will be placed in a node. The node is derived from the natural oscillation of the proton. The fluctuation of the protons is at a maximum in such nodes and, therefore, the system is “unstable” indicating an abnormal condition in the area of interest. The respective frequencies related to the individual abnormal situation were derived empirically and validated by a clinical investigation.
The best measurements can be made where a node is placed, as this where there is the highest density of matter, a high spectral density, and turbulent oscillations. The frequency of about 47 kHz as used for the measurement with the device; LIFE-System was chosen as it represents the highest density of protons which facilities the measurement.
Literature describing the effectiveness of the LIFE System device
Literature in peer reviewed journals describing the mode of action and effectiveness of the LIFE System was not available prior to the development of the LIFE System. Consequently, a clinical investigation giving evidence to the effectiveness was undertaken in 2006. The complete documentation and the results have already been submitted to and approved for European Class 2-A Certification.