“Aligning with nature is to live aligned with life………natures technology is aligned to the fundamental forces of the unified field, where life thrives. We live to thrive in a quantum dynamic universe where the ballet of natural wisdom and advanced technology blend.” Great Spirit
What is life! Can life exist without water? Can life thrive given the right waters! Is life a dance of electrons and photons governed by the harmonics of frequencies and vibrations!!! Let’s explore together!
When matter is becoming disturbed by non-equilibrium conditions it organizes itself, it wakes up. It happens that our world is a non-equilibrium system.
We, on earth have this phenomenal gift of living and experiencing this state of non-equilibrium, but more often than not fail to grasp the magnanimity of this self-organizing quality. As often conveyed “we look but do not see.”
Our intention is to reveal the inner dance of waters harmonics and reveal a visual canvas of life’s growth and bounty when natural wisdom and advanced technology are blended, on plants grown indoors to fruits and succulent grasses cultivated commercially.
What we are presenting is essentially that in an isolated system, which cannot exchange energy and matter with the surroundings (control), this tendency is expressed in terms of a function of the macroscopic state of the system revealed as entropy.
We are presenting how cellular growth is fostered in “control” water fed to “experimental” water fed plants, fruits and grasses. These are only a few samples for this article. By and large these are a microscopic snapshot. You, the reader can explore this further.
Study of Beans from Week 1 to Week 4, fed with control water and experimental water. (All conditions were identical for the study)
Summarizing the key takeaways:
Week 1 activity shows strong growth of both “control” water and “experimental” water, which is JIVA water. There were many subtle visuals like sturdiness of the “experimental” stems and also soft textured leaves while the “control” stems felt delicate and leaves coarse in texture.
- Week 2 activity shows strong growth in the “experimental”, while the tallest bean in the “control” fatigued.(see the center bean in the picture)
Week 3 activity shows fatigue and moisture uptake by the “control” as marginal and depleted of life sustaining ability. The “experimental” shows continued growth with new sprouts.
- Week 4 activity shows “control” has ceased to exist, while the “experimental” is still maintaining its vitality.
Summary: What we are presented with is essentially that exchange of energy and information in the “control” has high entropy and hence reveals the effort expended by the “control” beans to live and survive vs living to thrive, which is what the “experimental” beans clearly have revealed. Nature as nurturer is present when we are in synch to her rhythms, i.e.: frequencies and vibrations.
In the next set of pictures, we feature fruits and grasses from commercial farming facilities that utilize a line of products manufactured by the Jiva Water product lines. Key takeaway is to remember the 2nd para of pg.1 (insight of the Nobel laureate)
In this study, the growth parameters of tomatoes irrigated with JIVA water and those grown with regular water were compared to determine the potential impact of Jiva water on tomato cultivation.
Jiva Tomato: The average weight of tomatoes grown with JIVA water irrigation was 84 grams.
Regular Tomato: The average weight of tomatoes grown with regular water irrigation was 54 grams.
Percentage Increase: Tomatoes cultivated with JIVA water irrigation exhibited a substantial weight increase, showing approximately 55.56% more weight compared to those irrigated with regular water.
Jiva Tomato: The average girth of tomatoes grown with JIVA water irrigation was 52 millimeters.
Regular Tomato: The average girth of tomatoes grown with regular water irrigation was 45 millimeters.
Percentage Increase: Tomatoes cultivated with JIVA water irrigation demonstrated a significant girth increase, showing approximately 15.56% more thickness compared to those irrigated with regular water.
Jiva Tomato: The average height of tomatoes grown with JIVA water irrigation was 64 millimeters.
Regular Tomato: The average height of tomatoes grown with regular water irrigation was 50 millimeters.
Percentage Increase: Tomatoes cultivated with JIVA water irrigation showed a noteworthy height increase, exhibiting approximately 28.00% more height compared to those irrigated with regular water.
These results indicate that Jiva water irrigation positively influences the growth of tomatoes, leading to higher weight, girth, and height. The considerable percentage increases observed in these parameters highlight the potential benefits of using Jiva water as an effective irrigation method for tomato cultivation.
In addition to the above recorded data, longevity and shelf life of products are vital for the supply chains. Here we can visually see the dehydration effects after 12 days of picking.
In this study, the impact of irrigation with JIVA water and regular water on the growth and quality of sugarcane was investigated. The results revealed significant differences in several key parameters between sugarcane grown with JIVA water irrigation and regular water irrigation.
Jiva Sugarcane: The average diameter of sugarcane grown with JIVA water irrigation was 36mm.
Regular Sugarcane: The average diameter of sugarcane grown with regular water irrigation was 27mm.
Percentage Increase: Sugarcane grown with JIVA water irrigation exhibited a remarkable increase in diameter, showing approximately 33.3% more thickness compared to those irrigated with regular water.
2. Node Length:
Jiva Sugarcane: The average node length of sugarcane grown with JIVA water irrigation was 110mm.
Regular Sugarcane: The average node length of sugarcane grown with regular water irrigation was 66mm.
Percentage Increase: Sugarcane grown with JIVA water irrigation demonstrated a significant node length increase, showing approximately 66.7% longer nodes compared to those irrigated with regular water.
Jiva Sugarcane: The average density of sugarcane grown with Jiva water irrigation was 48g.
Regular Sugarcane: The average density of sugarcane grown with regular water irrigation was 29g.
Percentage Increase: Sugarcane grown with JIVA water irrigation exhibited a substantial density increase, showing approximately 65.5% higher density compared to those irrigated with regular water.
It was also observed that the Jiva water treated sugarcane attained maturity at only 91/2 months whereas the regular water treated sugarcane took 11 months.
BRIX: Control was 9 and Experimental (JIVA) was 14
These findings suggest that Jiva water irrigation positively influences the growth and development of sugarcane, leading to superior plant characteristics, such as larger diameter, longer nodes, and increased density. The substantial percentage increases observed in these parameters highlight the potential benefits of JIVA water as a sustainable irrigation solution for sugarcane cultivation, offering promising prospects for enhanced crop productivity and quality.
“Human subtlety will never devise an invention more beautiful, simpler or more direct than does nature because in her inventions nothing is lacking, and nothing is superfluous.” Leonardo da Vinci
Our inspirations are directly in guidance with natures laws and these are just a few of the representations that are revealing “Miraculous Nature – Miracles of WATER”
Krishna Madappa, Ph.D. Founder, 4th Phase Water Tech. Pvt. Ltd
Anish HS, BSc. (Hons.) Biotechnology, Bangalore
⦁ Study of irreversible processes in a thermodynamically coherent framework. ⦁ https://royalsocietypublishing.org/doi/epdf/10.1098/rsta.2017.0365#:~:text=ulb.ac.be-,The%20rehabilitation%20of,50th%20anniversary,-Ren%C3%A9%20Lefever
⦁ Time, Structure and Fluctuations