via maser resonance
And this is the reason for the "trouble":
Let me state a fundamental conjecture of mine (again). It goes across the board, through any discipline I have encountered.
The "experts", in any field of endeavor, do not consciously know the fundamental principles of their craft.This applies to mathematics, physics, medicine, engineering, whatever.
I mean virtually, everything.
If you wanted to destroy old buildings in a neighborhood you would not do so with an atomic bomb. You would send demolition crews into that area and take down the buildings individually.
A medical analog is radiation therapy. Here many healthy cells are destroyed along with defective ones leading to unwanted side effects. If the surgeon could take out each diseased cell individually the cure would be perfect. Of course this is impossible. Isn't it?
There was a recent earthquake in the news and they made a point that certain buildings withstood the shaking better than others because of their height. Some heights "resonated" at the frequency of the shaking ground which greatly amplified the effect of the earthquake.
Our object then is to use a maser on diseased tissue or disease organisms, in situ, at the characteristic resonant frequency of those tissues and organisms thereby destroying them selectively, i.e. leaving healthy tissue undamaged.
I find it personally difficult to believe that so simple and common a process could be utterly useless with respect to health maintenance. The phenomenon of resonance is everywhere displayed by nature yet the only medical use for it is MRI imaging?
What to do:
Needed are multiple samples of a patient's healthy cells together with the unhealthy object of study (cells, bacteria, virus, etc.)
Get one variable maser (with extremely sensitive tuning).
Experiment. The devil here would be in the details.
I received this link from a reader on 2/02/02 which I thought to be relevant. It concerns one Royal Raymond Rife, the perported inventor of a device which used resonant frequencies to cure diseases as far back as the 1940's. Check it out.