The Primeval Code.
Dr Guido Ebner and Heinz Schurch working at the Swiss pharmaceutical company (now called ) Novartis did experiments in the late 80’s and early 90’s where they exposed cereal seeds and fish eggs to Electrostatic Fields.
”Electrostatic fields bear some similarity to magnetic fields” ~ http://whatis.techtarget.com/definition/electrostatic-field
The results were that ”primeval” corn was produced that had 12 ears per stalk, plus wheat that ripened in 4-6 weeks. The fish that grew from the eggs were huge and germination rates were high.
Experimentation was halted by Novartis in 1992. It has been claimed this was because it was found that the primeval cereals needed no fertiliser or pesticide and thus the concept would challenge the petro-chemical industries wrapped up in this field.
”Many scientists who think along conventional lines may remain skeptical about this inexplicable biological effect. But now, for the first time, renowned German botanists such as Professor Edgar Wagner of the University of Freiburg and Professor Gunter Rothe from the University of Mainz have make positive statements about it. Rothe even successfully replicated the Ciba experiments in detail at his university in 2001. Nobel laureate and world-famous Swiss microbiologist Werner Arber — is defending this controversial discovery. After reviewing the evidence, Arber said, “I was impressed!”
This guy is doing experiments in this field with Negative Ion generator and growing chickens from eggs exposed to electrostatic field.
You tube video…
Ebner’s son, Daniel, is continuing his father’s research.
Luc Burgin has written a book on Ebner/Schurch experiments. It is called The Urzeit Code and is only available in German.
”Published in 2007, Bürgin’s book Der Urzeit-Code (The Primeval Code), is a popular science book dealing with a patent granted in 1980 to the chemical company Ciba-Geigy (nowNovartis), which deals with the process of electroculture, which helped to increase the resilience of crops and reduce the use of pesticides on treated crops. The book details reports and interviews that document the effect of the electroculture process which had not been previously explained scientifically. In the book, Bürgin presents electroculture as a more ecologically-friendly alternative to genetic engineering.” ~ Wikipedia
This whole area of electro-culture is fascinating.
Check out this forum…
Plus this if interested…