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Overcoming Environmental Problems

Water Pollution is probably the most important long term concern that we should have on the planet.

Our research shows that the ability of water to hydrate a person has decreased rapidly over the past 110 years. Whereas in 1900 a person may have needed 1 litre of drinking water to fully hydrate, in 2012 the amount of normal drinking water necessary to hydrate is approx 4.8 litres.

There are several factors in this change including, lifestyle, diet and water quality.

Doctors in the USA have found that a large percentage of patients suffering from illness or disease are not sufficiently hydrated. These patients were requested to drink more plain water, doubling the recommended daily intake from 2 litres to 4 litres. Not surprisingly this improved the hydration of their cells but in some cases it still was not enough. It was at this point that drinking water itself was put under the scrutiny spotlight.Could it be that water treatment and water filtration were insufficient to purify the water for optimum human hydration?

Many people do not like drinking water straight from the tap/faucet. They say that their drinking water tastes funny or that the drinking water has a funny smell, which puts them off. This prevents them from drinking the recommended daily amount of plain water. Many people attempt to hydrate with other fluids such as coffee or fizzy drinks, which themselves either act as a diurectic (in the case of coffee) or dump a load of sugar and artificial chemicals into the system.

It is not surprising that people find it difficult to drink plain tap/faucet water: in the USA at the Doctors Conference in Florida it was reported that there were over 500 trace chemicals present in the local water. Attendees were asked if you knew this then would you drink it?

So why are people dehydrated even when they drink the daily recommended amount? Is it the pesticides and herbicides that effects the body’s ability to hydrate, or could it be something else?

The size of a water molecule is typically 0.25 nm (nanometres, where a nanometre is equal to one bilionth of a metre, or 0.000 000 001 metre) in size, but the cell membrane in the human body only allows particle of less that 1 nm through. This has always been the case so it is not a new phenomenon. We can see from our research that the normal tap water has become de-natured and de-structured, the consequence of which is having a detrimental effect on the body’s ability to assimilate it. As a result of pollution and other environmental factors the sources that we rely on to provide drinking water has lost its life force. Some cultures refer to this life force as chi, but however you describe it the result is that the water is degraded, sometimes to the point of being dead.

Independently filtering your drinking water or purifying drinking water (reverse osmosis) can make a big difference to the quality of water and reduce the contaminants, but this is still not enough. For optimum health benefits the water needs to be re-naturised and re-structured. This is how we can help...

Bio-Resonance - Technology of the future

World Development Systems (WDS) are world-leaders in the research and development of bio-resonance technology. It has been known for many years that it is possible to program fluids to carry instructions - this is the basis of homeopathy, radionics and bio-resonance. Our domestic water enhancement products (the drinks mat and the mains water enhancer) program the water to be more bio-available, to strengthen the body against any toxins that may be present, to regenerate the chi energy, and also to eliminate any noxious (or unhealthy) energy fields that may already be present.

As a larger-scale extension of the mains water enhancement technology, we also have the ability to provide agricultural-scale custom solutions to not only program the water for increased crop yield, but also to target specific problems that may exist at the local level, for example problems with specific weeds, geopathic stress factors, or parasite/insect problems. The technology is incredibly flexible so we welcome the opportunity to discuss with you the specific challenges of your environment so that we can formulate a solution.

We firmly believe that our technology can revolutionise the quality of water at any scale.

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