It has long been known that certain fish can detect the minute electro-magnetic field (EMF) transmitted by Algae in order to track their food source over several kilometers. On land, beetles and moths and other pests can detect a specific crop purely by identifying the individual EMF trace. Imagine then if it were possible to cloak the host from its predators by altering its EMF field and making it appear to be something else, effectively making it invisible to specifically evolved EMF tracking. No need for pesticides or chemical protection.
Take it one step further and imagine being able to transmit the host EMF in an enhanced form to attract the pests to a given point and destroy them. Take a few minutes to expand on the principles of this new technology and you will see the endless possibilities. The potential of EMF cloaking technology is simply endless.
Not so simple of course… it is very complex with a host of variables and anomalies that require a lot more research. Simply transmitting an EMF field of a specific tree that has, for example, no interest to Locusts as a food source will not protect a corn crop. Everything is surrounded by a myriad of EMF fields but the predator can still isolate the specific trace EMF it is looking for. So how can cloaking work?
Obviously we need to play this very close to our chests for now. It has taken many years of research and a very large investment to achieve what we have done, but suffice it to say . . . . . Cloaking IS possible. We have found a way via a complicated algorithm to change the waveform of an EMF signal into a more manageable form that can be manipulated via conventional sound editing equipment … then re-convert it back to an EMF trace having modified some key components. By adding or subtracting parts of the waveform we can effectively change the identity of the host. It is complex and involves far more than we are prepared to disclose for now, but the fact remains that EMF cloaking is not only possible, it is achievable.
Slowly over time it will be possible to build a comprehensive library of EMF traces, both natural and modified for use across a wide spectrum of applications. But there is much we still do not understand and there are certainly dangers attached. Every new technology, especially when it comes to something as remarkable as EMF cloaking, can be used for destructive purposes as well as beneficial ones. Because EMF fields are so minute, the power to transmit them is incredibly small. A transmitter the size of an iPhone for instance could potentially alter the EMF trace across a very wide area of a given crop or species. Transmit a modified enhanced signal using our technology to attract rather than repel and it is conceivably possible to attract pests from a very wide area and destroy a crop. The economic consequences could be devastating. Used correctly and responsibly EMF cloaking technology will provide one of the biggest technological advances in food production the world has seen for a very long time. EMF cloaking can provide tremendous advances in food production and the reduction in chemical pest control.