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Landmark study confirms unprecedented 100% accuracy in breakthrough quantum physics technology for public safety, law enforcement, military applications and cancer detection

  • Third-party study from well-known York St. John University in York, Englandfinds the Base Molecular Resonance technology works flawlessly, with no false positives or false negatives, and is a significant step forward in safety, security and health applications.
  • Offering hope in the fight against gun violence, the device demonstrated 100% accuracy in detecting ammunition, including through barriers such as walls and buildings, both up close and at long range, offering a level of precision critical to security and law enforcement at public places, events , schools and other facilities.
  • On the counter-narcotics front, the device detected flawlessly and remotely identified cocaine, heroin and methamphetamine in blind studies offer reliability that is critical to narcotics operations and forensic investigations.
  • When applied to cancer detection, the device accurately identified malignant breast and prostate cancer tissues in blind and double-blind tests, offering significant promise for non-invasive early cancer detection, improving patient outcomes.

STUART, Fla., 11 July 2024 /PRNewswire/ — A groundbreaking, landmark study from York St. John University (YSJ) Center for Applied Innovation (CAI) reveals it Base Molecular Resonance Technologies (BMRT) has the proven ability to transform the fields of public safety, law enforcement, security, military and cancer detection with a single scan. Developed by BMRT, this patented, unique molecular detection technology utilizes resonant frequencies to achieve unprecedented accuracy by non-invasively identifying substances, from explosives to cancerous tissues, both at close range and at great distances.

The study, led by professor Philip B. WilsonPhDwho serves as Associate Pro Vice-Chancellor for Innovation and Knowledge Exchange, and Director of the Center for Applied Innovation at York St John University in York, Englandconfirms BMRT’s detection capability to be 100% accurate for gunpowder, illegal drugs, nuclear substances and cancer tissues in both blind and double-blind tests.

Using resonant frequencies at a subatomic level, BMR technology uniquely identifies molecular structures based on their nuclear composition. Professor Wilson highlights its critical role in improving safety and medical diagnostics, noting its flawless detection with no false positives or negatives.

According to Professor Wilson, “Having assessed and evaluated BMRT’s technology, it is clear to me that I have never seen anything like it. In fact, there are few and far between breakthrough technologies that can support all aspects of society, leading to multinational success and Nobel Prize-worthy impact.”

According to Lee DukeCEO and co-founder of BMRT“The BMR can detect elements of gunpowder contained in a single .22-caliber ammunition at a distance of 71 feet, the magazine clip of an AR-15 through multiple buildings at a distance of 580 feet, alert troops entering new and unknown areas to the presence of IEDs and other explosives, as well as armed enemy combatants. “Early detection with BMR has the potential to identify potential shooters before they enter a building, keeping our troops safe regardless of their location and giving police and military the information they need to save lives.”

In addition, BMRT’s technology achieved breakthroughs in non-invasive cancer detection in blind and double-blind studies, accurately identifying breast and prostate cancers without false positives or false negatives. While the study focused on breast and prostate cancer, BMRT has the ability to identify up to 200 types of cancer and other diseases as well.

Robert “Bo” Short, CEO and co-founder of BMRTemphasized, “These results confirm what we have known internally for some time: we have the ability to eliminate school shootings, late-stage cancer detection, illegal drugs crossing our borders or infiltrating our schools, and safely returning our military personnel home without physical harm from deadly IEDs Furthermore, there are aspects of this technology that are so highly sensitive and cutting-edge that we cannot even discuss them publicly.

With one fully issued patent and 16 additional patents pending, this landmark third-party study places Base Molecular Resonance Technologies at the forefront of Quantum Physics applications, offering a transformative solution poised to redefine global standards in safety, security and healthcare.

About Base Molecular Resonance Technologies, LLC (BMRT)
BMRT has discovered a new area of ​​quantum physics that uses resonant frequencies to detect particle interactions at subatomic levels. This technology, called Base Molecular Resonance (BMR), can detect any compound or biological substance, including every element in the periodic table, and up to 200 cancers and other diseases. With over 20 years of prototyping and testing proving its unparalleled detection capabilities, BMR has the potential to save millions of lives by locating weapons, explosives and other physical threats both at close range and at great distances, detecting cancer and other diseases well in advance. they show clinical symptoms. The non-invasive, harmless and instant scan has broad implications for cancer diagnosis, public safety, law enforcement, security and military service.

For more information on BMRT and its cutting-edge technology, visit www.BMRT.io.

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About the Center for Applied Innovation (CAI) at York St. John University
The Center for Applied Innovation (CAI) at York St John University (YSJ) is a prestigious hub for fostering innovation and driving progress in various fields. Located within the dynamic academic community of YSJ, which has a rich history dating back to 1841, CAI acts as a catalyst for collaboration between academia, industry and the wider community. Originally founded as a teacher training college, YSJ has evolved over the decades into a distinguished institution known for its commitment to academic excellence, inclusiveness and community involvement. It has a strong reputation for its innovative approach to education, consistently adapting to the changing demands of society and the global market.

YSJ’s commitment to research and development is reflected in its state-of-the-art facilities and the diverse expertise of its faculty. The university has received accolades for its contributions to various academic disciplines, making it a vibrant environment for cultivating cutting-edge ideas. CAI, embedded in this esteemed institution, leverages YSJ’s historical prestige and modern capabilities to translate innovative ideas into impactful solutions that address real-world challenges and opportunities. This synergy not only strengthens the University’s mission but also contributes significantly to regional and national development, strengthening YSJ’s status as a cornerstone of academic and applied innovation in the UK.

SOURCE Base Molecular Resonance Technologies, LLC (BMRT)

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