The following is the development history of the NOAH Technology from co-founder Jim Hays.
The Beginning - The Development of Restructured Water
The first recorded work in restructuring water started in Russia 90+ years ago when they developed an electronically adjusted water product to increase agricultural production. Their research was furthered by a Japanese doctor who developed the water ionizer machine following World War 2. His research into longevity took him to all the countries where people routinely live over 100 years, are very active, and work daily at an advanced age.
The common element in these high altitude regions appeared to be the quality of the water. They discovered the water in these regions was very high in minerals due to the grinding of glaciers on the limestone in the area. When limestone is ground down by glaciers, it produces a high nutrient product refereed to as glacier milk.
This high mineral water was used in every facet of their daily lives: drinking, cooking, and bathing. It was also used in their agriculture for the livestock and for growing their produce. Scientists realized that the water held the key to good health and longevity.
They took this research back to Japan and developed the water ionizer machine, which is used in many households and hospitals in Japan and across Asia. The Japanese government health department encourages the use of the water ionizers, and over one million units are purchased a year. In North America people are only recently becoming aware of the health benefits of ionized water.
I was introduced to the ionizer machines in 1998 by friends who repeatedly served me large glasses of water which I immediately consumed. I was able to drink quite a number of glasses when I realized that this was unusual. Normally anything over a single glass of water is excessive and produces a “full” feeling.
Livestock Waste Management - University Visit
Our research was extensive, and based on our early results we were invited to visit the universities in the Province of Ontario, Canada. Here we shared ideas with the teaching groups and agriculture associations on the subject of providing better solutions for managing agricultural waste. Our research was well received, and further research into different areas was encouraged.
Currently all the water remediation systems are hybrid systems that contain two or more working components. For the agriculture crop systems, these systems contain a method of restructuring the water (reducing the molecular count from 13-15 H2O molecules to 5-6 molecules). To this we add a colloidal mineral that has 28 ingredients including all 67 trace minerals.
These systems include a mixing tank where the restructured water is combined with the colloidal minerals to produce a mineral rich, polarized product, which enters the soil rapidly and remains in the rootstock area for a prolonged time.
Because the soil has a negative polarity and the mineralized water is positively charged, the colloidal mineral water clings to the soil particles allowing an extended ideal growing period for crops. This allows the operator to actually turn off the irrigation system and experience the large reduction in water, energy and chemical use.
In livestock applications, the restructured water and mineral product enters the digestive tract and because it is finer, is able to penetrate the soft tissue of the animal aiding in the digestion of food products in the digestive tract. This also helps in the development of beneficial bacteria that result in more complete digestion, less gas, faster weight gain and much lower odour in the barn and lagoon areas. All of which make for a healthier herd and lowers medical costs across the board.
We have provided a 42 unit housing development in an Eugen, Oregon suburb with solutions for both their drinking water and existing failed sewage system. Through this application we further developed our product applications. Given that we are a small company, we chose to use multiple components for each application. For the community housing project, we placed a water-restructuring product in the input for a fresh water supply to the community.
We then placed a HIOS (high impact oxygen system) on the sewage water going out of the community to the influent (input pipe) at the on-site sewage plant. The result:
Garbage Company Application
I was then referred by an environmental engineer to a garbage company in a Portland Oregon suburb that was denied use of the city sewage plant. They feared that the environmental balance of the garbage system would be threatened by the residue of the wash water from the household garbage deposited on the tipping floor at the garbage plant. Note: They may have had a point as the residue in a few days would turn into a gelatinous solid that could support considerable weight. I was actually unable to get a water sample from the existing tank.
Dairy Lagoon Test
Drip System used in Keizer Oregon
We were introduced to a horticultural farm in Keizer, Oregon. The first season results were as follows:
Other Agriculture Systems designed by Jim Hayes include:
Note: The NOAH hybrid systems are designed to improve the commercial viability and nutrient quality and brix readings of all farm products. Providing increased fruit size and yield while using less water, fertilizers and chemicals. Please contact us for designs other than those listed. Many other system designs and applications are available.
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