OUR REVOLUTIONARY IDEA WAS TO TURN ANY SMARTPHONE INTO AN INTERFACE CAPABLE OF MODULATING EMITTED ELECTROMAGNETIC SIGNALS (VIDEO) AND SOUND WAVES (AUDIO) VIA DISCRETE QUANTUM PACKETS.
NoMonkey is an App developed with innovative H.I.T.© (Holographic Information Transfer) technology to utilise electromagnetic expression (video) and sound waves (audio) produced by smartphones and modulated via discrete quantum packets, in order to induce signals on the alcohol molecules contained in beverages (wine, beer, etc.) that facilitate their natural enzymatic metabolisation.
In laboratory tests conducted with the NoMonkey app, metabolisation times were accelerated by more than 3 times after only 30 minutes.
The in-vitro testing shows the alcohol abundance data (number of alcohol molecules measured per second) expressed as a function of metabolisation time with and without the application of signals induced via the NoMonkey app with its 4 buttons: Sound I (infra/ultra), Sound II (full audio), Sound & Video I (infra/ultra) and So und & Video II (full audio).
From the interatomic study and from measurements taken by mass spectrometry, It was possible to demonstrate the acceleration in the enzymatic metabolisation process of alcohol after only 30 minutes of using the NoMonkey app, obtaining the following values:
|NoMonkey Button||Metabolisation with NoMonkey|
vs. metabolisation without App
|Metabolic values in %|
|SOUND I (infra/ultra)||2.5 times||52% vs. 20%|
|SOUND II (full audio)||2.5 times||47% vs. 19%|
|SOUND & VIDEO I (infra/ultra)||3.0 times||76% vs. 26%|
|SOUND & VIDEO II (full audio)||3.3 times||80% vs. 24%|
H.I.T.© modulating technology works similarly to what is already happening in wireless cellular communications: in that case, the electromagnetic signal traveling through the air is digitally modulated in order to convey the voice information.
Below is a partial bibliography in scientific support of the technology used by the NoMonkey app.
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Deng, K. H. Schoenbach, E. S. Buescher, P. S. Hair, P. M. Fox, S. J. Beebe SJ. The effect of intense submicrosecond electrical pulses on cells. Biophys J. 2003; 84: 2709–2714. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC1302837/