CANCER RESEARCH UTILIZING MICROWAVE’S ELECTROMAGNETIC SPECTRUM
In 2007, it was discovered that the Graphonyx CNO material that GNO was producing displayed a strong microwave absorption capability, subsequently creating an intense thermal reaction accompanied with dramatic light emissions. Over the preceding years, numerous tests were conducted to ascertain what might be causing this thermal and photonic phenomenon. Consolidating our testing results and reviewing information from a number of professionally published articles about treating nanotubes and nano onions in a non-inert environment, inside a microwave; led us to the following conclusions: Depending on how the Graphonyx GNO material was functionalized, the microwave electromagnetic field simulation generated ultraviolet, visible and infrared radiation. These observations suggests that the mechanism responsible for the emissions was microwave-field induced luminescence the intensity of which was regulated by the type of functionalization established in the Graphonyx material. Also, experimental proof of expectedly high thermal and electrical conductivity for GNOs also suggests a similarly high level of electron delocalization to that of conductive metals that show similar microwave oven thermal and photonic effects. With additional study, new light into explaining this phenomenon surely will clear up much of the uncertainty. Watch video here.