This requires a profound pursuit of, and preoccupation with, physics and the question what radiation actually is, what its effects are, and how we can protect ourselves from these effects. Asking these questions, we quickly arrived at the so-called “quantum theory” established by Max Planck, and elaborated by Albert Einstein.
In short, this theory points out that a wave – and radiation consists of nothing else but waves – is a tiny particle when it starts to propagate as wave, and when it ends somewhere as particle. According to Heisenberg´s uncertainty relation, one can only prove the existence of either the particle or the wave.
So when a device emits a form of radiation, it sends energy-charged particles on their way which are spreading out, carrying this positively charged energy with them. Your cell phone antenna, for instance, picks up these particles and can “read” the information modulated onto the carrier wave. That’s why you are able to make a phone call. However, the remaining particles are whizzing through your body. There, the positively charged particles are ripping electrons out of your body. These are only tiny impacts, but they accumulate on a daily basis.
This tearing away of electrons and the subsequent lack the body suffers from is the so-called “oxidative stress” physicians are talking about. For the most part, this stress takes place in the cell water. Thus, we at Qi-Technologies had to extensively examine water and its quite extraordinary properties in the process.