National Public Radio produced an excellent Radio Lab podcast called “9 Volt Nirvana” where technology developed by DARPA to improve brain function is tested successfully by NPR reporters. In a video game where a reporter could deal with 2 out of 20 attackers before applying frequencies, she successfully achieved 20 out of 20 a few minutes later after application of the electrodes. The effects lasted for a couple of days and significantly improved her driving experience. All our technologies originated in government labs, however they are significantly improved to be safer, more effective, and deliver more consistent results.
The NPR reporters tested applications applied directly to the head by contact electrodes. This can give inconsistent results depending on placement of the electrods, both positive and negative. While our frequency applications will work with electrodes they are designed for remote transmission which significantly improves safety, effectiveness, and consistenty of results for anyone in any location.
Special forces officers have use our frequency applications to improve results on difficult exams. Recently a researcher learning guitar with 15 minute You Tube videos and stumbling fingers found he could focus for two hours straight with almost perfect finger movements.
When the movie “Limitless” was released in 2011, we began working on frequencies to enhance memory, focus, and intelligence. For several years, experimental frequencies have been tried out by fellow researchers. Some say it is the best work we have ever done with frequencies.
Recently, we worked on getting to the essence of the frequencies producing good results and extracted the core of the program, biofilms that appear to cripple mental function. These frequencies are regularly updated as provable new results become available.
As with all frequencies, researchers should use ones that help and avoid ones that do not. Your mileage may vary with equipment type and mode of treatment.