By Peter Daley
This email was forwarded to me by the club administrator.
"Dear SCCC, I would like to arrange to trial new passive technology that nullifies nuclear contamination at you food lab so as to move this development forward in order to clean up global radiation and other ionization imbalance issues. Please email or phone me with the necessary information so that I talk directly with you to work towards bringing the relevant kit to you for you to test real world viability. Cheers Mates,"
“The Food Lab” is a free service provided to club members. I own the test equipment, and run the testing program.
After a some more emails and phone calls, I agreed to use my equipment to test this new technology.
I was approached by a group of people to test a new device that used “Plasmonics” technology. They felt the devices that used this technology would be of great benefit to people of Japan, for radiation remediation. The device is called a “Light Tower.”
Two men and a women turned up on Friday 16th August around 11 am. In the boot of the car they had a wooden box filled with layered square shaped metal plates, that appeared to be engraved stainless steel. They told me this was a top of the line Light Tower kit costing AU$10,000. They said you can also purchase pendants of this technology to wear.
These people appeared to be well intentioned, and convinced by the inventor that this technology would reduce radiation effects in any environment, internal, or external. They where very interested in getting these devices to Japan, to help the people there.
Here is a short outline of what proceeded.
I provided them with some kitchen washing up sponges that I had just finished testing. This batch of sponges had a coconut fibre scourer top, that had some type of course material embedded in it. I had discovered on testing, this material was slightly radioactive.
They treated the kitchen sponges twice with the AU$10,000 Light Tower kit. There was no detectable difference in radioactivity after each treatment, when tested with a sensitive Geiger counter.
After testing showed there wasn’t any detectable difference, they indicated that even if the technology did not make any difference to the detectable amount of radioactivity, it would still be rendered less harmful! This included microwave radiation from mobile phones, as well as radiation from Fukushima.
They felt the plastic zip lock bags I had the four sponges in, were stopping the Light Tower plasmonics from working properly. At this stage they requested I place the kitchen sponges in a single paper bag. After doing this, I tested them with the more sensitive, lead shielded scintillator test equipment.
Here is a chart of the scintillator test before treatment (Blue line in chart), and after treatment (Green line in chart). The very small differences in the chart are created by slight changes in positioning of the sample in the test chamber, from test, to retest. As you can see there is no significant difference after treatment with the Light Tower kit.
They then proceeded to treat two other radioactive samples I had on had on hand, with the full Light Tower kit.
Here are the results of those tests.
About this point it was time for them to leave. They asked if there was another radioactive sample they could take away and treat. I agreed to loan them earrings imported from America, as a Christmas present for a family friend. On testing, I had discovered Uranium glass gems in the design. We agreed they would take them away, and give them an extra special treatment. They returned with these Light Tower treated earrings within an hour.
Earring test before treatment with Light Tower kit.
Earring test result after treatment with Light Tower device. (Note: The after treatment chart is smother because the test was conducted for a much longer period of time, 72,160 seconds. Where as the original test was only for 5,639 seconds.)
Black fungus like material from Japan, before treatment with Light Tower kit. This sample is contaminated with Cesium Cs-134 and Cs-137.
Black fungus like material from Japan, after treatment with Light Tower device. (Note: This test chart is rougher, because it was tested for a shorter period of time 15,873 sec, verses 25,040.)
I also have a sophisticated microwave radiation detector, so while they had the Light Tower kit set up, I did a microwave radiation test of the environment. Again there was no detectable difference They said to retest the room for microwave levels in 24 hours time.
I retested the room here that had microwave radiation Plasmonic Light Tower Radiation Remediation treatment as suggested, 24 and 48 hours after it was treated. Again there was no detectable difference.
The Scintillator equipment is very sensitive, plus it also measures the energy output of each isotope. All the testing results are indicating there is absolutely no evidence that the Light Tower devices have any “Plasmonic” Radiation Remediation effect”. The Light Tower information sheet that was sent to me suggested that, “A person or animal laying on a bed equipped with Plasmonic plates, would be quickly cleared of their radioactivity.” From the multiple tests conducted here using the top of the line Light Tower kit, no evidence has been found to support this claim.
The microwave radiation room test also indicates there is no remediation of microwave radiation, using the Plasmonic Light Tower treatment.
People worldwide have spent considerable amounts of money on this technology in the belief it will reduce risk when exposed to either ionizing, and non ionizing radiation. The test results show it makes absolutely no difference to radioactive emissions whether it be ionizing, or non ionizing radiation.
If this device had been successful in mitigating the effects of radiation, I would have been singing it’s praises.
PS. I have been contact by another person, who appeared to be in contact with the inventor, suggesting a different type of tests be conducted using the Light Towers. If that eventuates I will report the results.
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