The journey of Igor Smirnov inventing MRET technology

At least as old as human civilization is human improvement. For thousands of years, people have tried to improve their physical and mental talents, sometimes with positive results and other times with inconclusive, humorous, or even disastrous outcomes.

Although the standard workforce requirements for the biological, physical, and natural sciences vary, the Bureau of Labor Statistics predicts worker shortages in numerous science sectors. A successful job in science can be difficult and frequently necessitate a Ph.D. or other postgraduate education. Additionally, once in their industries, they may have to deal with political and economic constraints.

So, what motivates people to pursue these professions? According to a 2014 survey, about one-third (32%) of Ph.D. scientists in the workforce indicated their career choice was primarily driven by a lifetime interest in research and a desire for intellectual challenge. The same goes for Dr. Igor Smirnov. He was a part of the  Psychology Faculty, St. Petersburg State University, Russia, Ph.D., 1986 & Engineering Faculty, St. Petersburg Naval Academy, Russia, MS 1975.

In addition, to Explore Magazine, Electric Space Craft Journal, Electronic Journal of Biotechnology, European Journal of Scientific Research, International Journal of Nanoscience, Journal of Research in Biology, and Journal of Ecology and Natural Environment, Dr. Igor Smirnov’s research papers have also appeared in multiple journals.

He has spoken on multiple occasions, including at international scientific conferences and congresses; Progress in Electromagnetics Research Symposium (2011), the International Biophysics Congress (2012), the 28th Southern Biomedical Engineering Conference at MD Anderson Cancer Center (2012), the Anti-Aging International Conferences (2003–2008), the International Microwave Symposium (2007), the Bioelectromagnetic Society Annual Meetings (2004–2007), and the Rutgers Symposium on Lunar Settlements (2012–2013). (2002).

He received 4 (four) US patents for “Method and Device for Producing Activated Liquids and Methods of Use Thereof,” “Electromagnetic Radiation Shielding Material and Device,” “Devices and Methods for Protection Against Exposure to Electromagnetic Radiation,” and “Compositions for Protection Against Electromagnetic Radiation Exposure.” He belongs to both the Biophysical Society and the Bioelectromagnetics Society of America.

He went on inventing the MRET technology while leading a team of specialists to conduct a study under his direction. It astonished everyone and revealed some unexpected facts about how the disease manifests in the human body. All persons who did not develop cancer drank water from the same source. This incident fits the definition of “there’s something in the water.” It appeared that the water itself or something in the water was preventing cancer.

The following development was Molecular Resonance Effect Technology (MRET) water. When a weak electromagnetic wave of low intensity strikes water, the molecules properly align!

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