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Ever heard of BMO crops? A new study has looked at the effects of bioelectric magnetism organic (BMO) technology on okra yields. Bioelectric magnetism refers to electrical, magnetic or electromagnetic fields produced by living cells, tissues or organisms.

Is this idea really a possibility? Can we increase yields using BMO technology?

To shine some light on this study, we reached out to Dr. Wayne Parrott and Dr. Martina Newell-McGloughlin.

Dr. Wayne Parrott

 

Dr. Martina Newell-McGloughlin

 

Dr. Parrot: "This one is too far off in left field. First, they did not use electromagnetic energy, just a person thinking. Secondly, this concept of Qi energy, claims in the paper not withstanding, is not something we can measure with our instruments or explain with our formulas or the laws of physics that govern the universe. Therefore, they remain outside the realm of what is scientifically testable."

Dr. Newell-McGloughlin: "This does not represent a scientifically relevant experimental approach, and the 'data' does not support the conclusions drawn."

 

What are your thougts on bioelectric magnetism?

 

 

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