Solar Product Explanation
Consider this: ‘When it rains how does moisture reach the leaf at the very top of a tree and provide the nutrients from the tree’s root system? A fundamental law in nature is electromagnetic waves; they carry energy which makes this process possible. All electromagnetic waves have frequencies. The electromagnetic spectrum which propagates from the sun contains 3,680,000 frequencies.
In nature, energy of a plant is created by the photovoltaic process. The silicon cells in the leaf absorb the light particles (photons) and through a process releases the electrons of the photons and create energy. In this process 96 percent of the 3,680,000 frequency from the sun that hits the leaf is converted into energy. Man has created a similar process in which panels of silicon are used to absorb the light to create energy. The man made solar panels are at the best 20 percent efficient with an industry average of 17 percent.
The question is why is there such a gap between the two processes? The answer is found in the laws of nature. The nucleus of the silicon atom oscillates at 2200 HZ. In mans silicon solar panel only light particles that are multiple of or divisional by 2200 can penetrate the silicon cells. This is due the electromagnetic wave produced by the oscillation of the nucleus. The difference of the two processes is that in nature it stops the nucleus of the silicon cell from spinning thus allowing all to the light particles to penetrate the cell.
Our in house physicist has discovered how this process in nature (stopping the nucleus from spinning) works. By using a series of transducers that produce the precise electromagnetic waves the nucleus of the silicon cells in the solar panels stops spinning which increases the efficiency to 60 to 65 percent..
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