Researcher: Marc Henry (University professor, Doctor of Science)

Marc Henry is qualified to direct research, chemist and physicist, he is also the author of more than a hundred scientific articles. He practiced and taught quantum physics for over thirty years).​

Assesment ordered by SA Dynamized Technologies on 29.08.2019​

Marc Henri

Process: The electrophotonic images of the electrophotonci laboratory in Brens France were analyzed and interpreted by an expertise from Professor Marc Henry after mathematical & statistical reprocessing (via algorithms) in order to improve their contrasts.​

Reprocessing focuses, after eliminating the “background noise” of the image, saturations, artifacts etc…, on, the average intensities of photonic light, its equitable distribution or not, its diversity & its quantity of information, etc… . This in order to retain only the most statistically representative images (reliable at 95%!) and to carry out more in-depth and global comparative interpretations between dynamized and non-dynamized water in terms of “quantity” of energy and “information quality” (focused energy-information), ie its photodiversity index (which by analogy with ecology can be called biodiversity).​

This index is the interpretation of the fingerprint of water (photonic profile). This index is calculated according to different parameters which qualitatively assess the photons captured according to the contrasts between pixels (the more contrasts, the more the energy is focused!), their diversity (i.e. the richness of the image which is as a function of the difference in average pixel intensity), the amount of information contained in the image, the equitable distribution of light, the consistency of the frequencies emitted, their amplitude, etc. In this regard, we may think that the higher this index, the more it indicates compatibility with living things in general.​

Electrophotonic expertise observes a significantly greater  photodiversity of dynamized water

Dynamized water capture n ° 8 in TIFF format (the most statistically significant capture 95% reliable) with application of several filters in order to increase the contrasts and allow an interpretation in terms of photodiversity:

  • Spreaded character of the crown (variation in the crown / streamer ratio, sign of a lower surface tension confirmed by the SGS Rotterdam laboratory, 15% drop in the surface tension of the water after dynamization)
  • Emission of a greater quantity of light-energy (more photons considering the photons of the whole image with its noise), more focused (clearly more contrasts and concentration of energy and therefore of coherence of photons), streamers in the dynamized drops are longer (more distant radiation> <at the crown) confirmed by the significant average ∆ of + 12% of the Hot Spot Pixel, which indicates that the energy is retained longer in dynamized water, a greater quantity, richness and diversity of information (entropy), greater statistical reproducibility (more stability); Link these findings to the bioelectronic analysis which confirms that dynamized water has more electrons available and retains more energy

Non-dynamized water capture n ° 7 in TIFF format (the most statistically significant capture 95% reliable):

  • spherical nature of the crown around the drop on the electrode (sign of a higher surface tension, see on this subject the analysis of the SGS laboratory, Rotterdam which confirms this)
  • Lower light emission

dynamized water (capture n ° 8 statistically representative at 95% reliable: gray level, computer coloring fire & 16 colors)

Non-dynamized water (capture n ° 7 statistically representative at 95% reliable: gray level, computer coloring fire & 16 colors)