Kevin: What about for home garden application or even sprouting application?
Barry: Works great in both of those. Sprouts are quicker ready – ready quicker and last longer on the shelf.
Kevin: Hmm. And how much, batterystoragehome break down the equation of three gallons for an acre, what are we talking about for sprouts?
Barry: Oh, you put a drop in.
Barry: It’s hard to get less than a drop.
Kevin: Yeah. Now what’s available for someone who doesn’t want to play around with lye?
Barry: And their product has been certified as organic and they’ve even been certified for use for animals as mineral supplements for animals and it is definitely non-toxic. So, that’s – they’re the one who’s been certified for the particular situation.
There’s another product that’s been in use for a couple decades called Ace and it’s a little bit difficult to get. You can find information on it and take picture of plants that have been planted with it at [http://www.rhinoed.org] and you’ll have to contact the people there via email and I can give contact information for phone if you want to order it and other ormus producers make various forms of this stuff, but probably not at the scale that a large farm would do.
Kevin: Yeah, but maybe someone who just wants to put it in their garden at home.
Barry: Oh, Yeah. On my website there are a whole bunch of sources for ormus listed.
Kevin: Great, we’ll talk about that in a second. You’re friend, Jim, as he got shocked as he put his hand in this puddle of water, I’m wondering what way we ingest this ormus, right?
Kevin: And then we have static electricity or get shocked or something like that. Would that have the same reaction in a person?
Barry: Well, here’s the problem with my story about how I got involved. The things that happened to Jim aren’t very likely to happen to anybody else. Some ormus producers have reported that when they’re working with thousands of gallons of this stuff, they’ll get shocked when they touch it and there’s a product called Spark of Life water that is made by Ancient Transformation Technologies and it will shock you.
Barry: Yeah, and it will shock you and recharges itself. You’ll get shocked more than once from a bottle of it. In fact, I’ve got video of twenty-nine people getting shocked at one time in a circle holding hands. Once person put their finger in the water and the other one held the bottle.
Barry: And the bottle’s an insulated bottle. So we think it’s not exactly the same as ordinary electricity.
Kevin: It’s just amazing to think that well, e commerce app obviously, we’ve kind of been talking about what’s in the water to make it charge like that.
When it spins faster, it creates a different vibration and that different vibration changes the shape of the water. It also means there is more energy in that spinning unit and that extra energy is stored there and can be taken out. And we think that may be what happened when the shock happened. But that stored energy is then again converted to electricity, or other form of energy.
Kevin: Now, what about that application for powering anything? Is that a possibility or does it take too much volume?
Barry: One problem with solar power and wind power and even to some extent with some water power is that it’s seasonal or day and night or depends on whether there’s wind going on or not.