|Imploder Shower Head|
From the site: "The Imploder magnetic water treatment device produces a measurable and validated effect on plant growth, seed germination success, and biomass yields. It is unique technology that combines a magnetic array with a directional nozzle based on phase conjugate hydrodynamics, combined with phase conjugate magnetics. The extreme converging magnetic flux lines create the centripetal inertia at the liquid molecular level sorting by mass. Resulting in the increase molecular order and spin density."
"Spin density" and "phase conjugation" - now that's what I'm talkin' about. But there is more techno-speak to be sure. This tool is a golden ratio (phi 1.618) designed device that employs Fractals, too. The literature says:
"Because a fractal signifies infinite compression, it is what spans the gap between the symmetries of the very small and the very large. Fractals exhibit self-similarity, meaning their inner structure has the same pattern as their outer structure - like a pine cone or a fern tree. Just as fractality describes the geometry of waves of energy or charge, fractals manifest as wave patterns that evolve ad infinitum - like an encoded thread linking larger spirals to infinitely smaller ones."
Mind-bending, isn't it? But that's not all! Tucked in at the very end of the material is this blockbuster revelation:
"...It also has the ability to create sedimentation thereby converting tar sands into oil production (sedimentation rate increase)."
That does it for me. I was about to be satisfied with the home shower device (for enhanced blogging stamina) until I discovered this. Now my sights are set on the $900.00 needed for a new, Super Imploder and I'm off to find me some tar sands. Free shipping, BTW.