Bioactive effects of saturated colloidal ionic dispersions on yeast samples, moulds and topical infections in animals and humans are unmistakably more apparent compared to bioactive effects of lower saturation dispersions, i.e. the same level of efficiency can be achieved with less volume of the dispersion.
The following video shows one of the simple experiments done in 2007 that investigated the possibilities of manipulating magnetic fields of permanent magnets.
Germination of plant seed is typically affected by ambient temperature, moisture, pH of soil, lighting conditions and quality of seed. Usually, only a certain percentage of seed successfully germinates and develops into seedlings. It is less known that specific oscillating electromagnetic fields (EMF) also affect germination rate and the growth of seedlings and their later growth into fully grown plants. Effects of electromagnetic fields on the germination of seed, seedling development and later plant growth can be beneficial or detrimental, depending on the nature of EMF and the way they are applied.