Category Archives: EM filosofie professor Higa

#120 Limitation and important caveats regarding utilization of salt

At the end of the previous issue, I stated “If the entire soil is rectified by using rectifying coal, conventional soil improvement becomes unnecessary and no-till cultivation becomes easy. That is, after harvesting, apply 500 to 1000 kg of salt per 1,000 m2, and after letting all the stalks and weeds wither and die, then apply a 1:50-1:100 solution of… Read more »

#116 Sumizo kun: The Ultimate Versatile Carbonization Equipment

I discussed in detail in the 114th and 115th issues of this series how to convert salt to fertilizer, that is, the application of the atomic transformation of EM, and soon many people involved in using EM took up the challenge. The people who implemented this regard it as miraculous, and the ultimate form of agriculture has begun to become… Read more »

#119 EM Technology to Break Through the Limits of Pesticide-Free Strawberries

In the previous issue, I introduced the case of Takahashi Farm in Yamagata Prefecture as an example of the barrier effect using EM rectification power. From last year to this year, there is a rapid increase in reports of people realizing numerous breakthroughs. Both are the result of using a combination of seawater-cultured activated EM solution and EM graviton rectification… Read more »

#118 Application of barriers using EM rectification force

  As EM has become widely used in fields other than agriculture, the revitalization phenomena has clearly appeared in various fields. Use of EM will not only stop rust in agricultural equipment and in barns, but continuing to wash cars with EM will stop cars from rusting, their engines’ efficiency will improve, as will mileage, and driving stability will be… Read more »

EM en de multifunctionele werking van zeewater en zout

Het gebruik van EM voor de aanpak van zoutschade heeft al meer dan 25 jaar geschiedenis. In de jaren 90 werd er in Pakistan en Egypte al opgemerkt dat EM ervoor zorgde dat schade van zout niet alleen ongedaan werd gemaakt, maar dat EM er ook voor zorgde dat zout in een meststof veranderde: er werd een opmerkelijke verbetering in… Read more »

#115 How to make and use simple carbonized and rectified ash

In the previous issue I introduced “the development of materials to replace chemical fertilizers and pesticides”, which is the first goal of the Universal Village International Conference, and how this can be achieved by multipurpose utilization of salt, mainly sea salt. At the same time, I explained that it is important to return charcoal to the soil in order to… Read more »

#114 Achievements of 2016

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As we celebrate the new year and look back on the achievements of last year, the greatest achievement was that EM was lauded highly as a future technology at the 3rd Universal Village International Conference co-hosted by MIT (Massachusetts Institute of Technology), Nagoya University, ITSS (Highway Transportation Systems Association), and the Beijing Aerospace Exploration Agency. (For details, please read #112… Read more »