However, the mother of these invention to see his wish, the smallest microorganisms alive for as long as desired, so to noted it, Naturally or an altered form of the focused ultrasound frequency. The Universal Microscope enabled Rife cumbersome collect the exact frequencies, or MOR to various pathogens, including viruses that destroy frequently found in blood and tissue of many diseases.
Rife had note. PH changes in what is now called the field or area of the microorganism host environment as well as their association with bacterial / viral morphing.. Has been suppressed Cure Genius Silenced by Medical Mafia What if someone invented an device that consists of germs, bacteria and even viruses would destroy without toxic side-effects? What if the same device could wipe out cancer by altering the cancer of the cellular environment or by killing cancer viruses with an electronic or ultrasonic beam? This was accomplished years. The researchers invented and perfected this machine had a weird name, Royal Raymond Rife. But his employees and colleagues knew him as Roy Rife.
Rife also noticed corresponding changes in tissue or blood environment of these morphing microorganisms.About Influenzalot of respiratory illnesses occur each winter, but also flu be one of the gravest The illness is slightly from one person to person by the air by release tiny droplets do when an infected different coughs or sneezes. The majority people recover correctly in a week increasing or two of, however risk for complications has much young, very old and the chronically ill person.
In addition to threat to public health flu does low, the disease has economic implications. More than 200,000 flu – related hospitalizations occurred year in the United States between 1979 and 2001. Flu epidemics able a significant effect to the U.S. Economy, as influenza infection results in mean of 2.8 working days lost per episode, or $ 398 in loss of pay for the average worker. October 2005 to put the cost of influenza epidemics to the economy $ 71 – $ 167 billion annually.