The History of MRET Technology
It is perhaps ironic that the devastating tragedy of Chernobyl, which took so many lives, led to the discovery of life-enhancing MRET technology.
When a nuclear plant in Chernobyl melted down in April 1986, the radiation fallout contaminated certain areas in the Ukraine. Some of the resulting negative effects on health include:
• A significant increase (of about 10 times) in Thyroid cancer from 1986-1990 as compared to the previous 5 years.
• A doubling of Leukaemia incidence among the most highly exposed.
• Demographic indications in ‘contaminated’ areas suggest that these areas are now experiencing a decline in birth rate.
Following the disater at Chernobyl power plant the scientist Igor Smirnov, Ph.D. with his investigative team studied the beneficial health effects of mountain spring waters on people suffering from radiation diseases. They found out that one group of patients undergoing the rehabilitation in the health care facility in the area of mountain springs had significant health improvement although thousands of others did not have good results. Dr. Smirnov studied the spring water in this area and finally found out that this spring water had specific long-range dynamic molecular structuring, This was the seed from which sprouted one of the most innovative Molecular Resonance Effect technology developed by Igor Smirnov, Ph.D. Since 1990 in the USA Dr. Smirnov conducted extensive research and in 2000 was awarded with the US patent “Method and Device for Producing Activated Liquids and Method of Use thereof.”