1. M-soil
    1. Jobs Program
    2. Restore state of the soil back to its natural pre-chemical fertilizer state
    3. Non-Monsanto buy still huge increase in yields
    4. Uses own native Microorganisms to


  1. EBD’s (Environmental Balancing Devices)
    1. Changes  Polarity of environment affected.
    2. Increases yield
    3. Increases nutrition and taste levels of the fruit


Dramatic comparison of tomato plants grown without M-Soil (left) and with M-Soil (right) in Spain. Tomatoes grown with M-Soil were of higher quality with better color and uniformity of size.



Olive tree seedlings grown without M-Soil                     Olive tree seedlings grown with M-Soil

Strawberries treated with M-Soil (left) show much more dense and vibrant growth than strawberries grown without M-Soil (right).

Red pepper plants treated with M-Soil (right) develop larger and healthier root systems than red pepper plants grown without M-Soil (left). Red pepper plants grown with M-Soil were of better quality and more uniform in size.

Peanuts treated with M-Soil (left) developed significantly more nodules per plant than peanuts grown without M-Soil (right).







Our soil remediation and agricultural crop yield enhancing technology is based on the “Higgs particles”  aka   the “Higgs   boson” which   is   an elementary   particle initially theorized in 1964, the discovery of which was announced in Cern, Switzerland on the 4th of  July  2012.  The  discovery  has  been  called “monumental” because it appears to confirm the existence of the Higgs field, which is pivotal to the “standard model” and other theories within particle physics. It would explain why some fundamental particles have mass when the symmetries controlling their interactions should require them to be massless, and why the weak force has a much shorter range than the electromagnetic force. (Wikipedia “Higgs Particle” definition). Our entire environment is greatly affected by the differences in the concentrations of both Higgs particles.


Pollution present in each type of environment whether it be in the air, soil or in water causes the Higgs particles to become imbalanced. If the Higgs Particle is not balanced, microorganisms are directly affected. A balanced Higgs particle state must be achieved in order to allow microorganisms to replicate effectively and thus digest pollutants at their natural pace and most importantly, to also secrete, decompose and excrete.


Our scientists have developed technology which partially controls both types of Higgs particle concentrations resulting in our ability to once again establish the balance in the environment which existed prior to the introduction of the target pollutants in question – in other words restore and thus cause indigenous microorganisms to clean the environment in unprecedented ways , scale and applications. For a more detailed technical explanation, please refer to the “Pollution Remediation” document.


Brochure Page 1.  Devices and Appl ications.


The Environmental Balance Devices (EBO) are classified in three separate series. The first series is known as “In Line” for connecting to various types of piping containing solids, liquids and gases. In Line Series EBDs are mostly used in industrial applications as well as in residential and commercial structures. It is in such environments  where  high temperatures , high  pressure, chemicals,  and  electrical energy have caused an imbalance, an increase in oxidizing active oxygen and its resulting decrease in microorganism population density. By installing In Line Series EBO units, in cooling towers, heat exchangers , water heaters, heating equipment, entropy is increased, and rust, scaling, oxidation, deterioration (wear and tear), algae, and pathogenesis is greatly reduced.


Brochure Page 2. Devices and Applications.


The second EBO series is known as “Pollution Remediation”. These units are engineered to restore ecological balance and thus remediate polluted rivers, lakes & marshes, as well as provide effective treatment in water supply, sewerage facilities and septic tanks. Pollution causes a decrease in entropy which in turn causes active oxygen and free radicals to increase resulting in a drastic reduction of indigenous microorganism variety and population density. This has a direct and negative impact on nature’s ability to restore its ecology. Contamination which has caused eutrophication in rivers, lakes and marshes, is effectively eliminated using EBO systems. They cause the removal of heavy metals such as mercury, chromium 6, arsenic etc. and also eliminate algae and reduce sludge, in water treatment facilities , water quality can be improved and sludge and odors decreased through micro-organisms activation. By installing these EBO units, a balanced environment can be recovered and the rate of entropy increases.  Organic waste and normal hexane extracts are converted into water and also result in carbon dioxide or heavy metal reduction.


Brochure Page 3. Devices and Appl ications.



The third EBO series is known as the “Nature” series”. These units are engineered to restore the ecological balance in large rivers, lakes, seas as well as large land masses. These EBO devices, can also be used to decrease air pollution, and prevent the depletion of the ozone layer caused by chlorofluorocarbon emissions . Each EBO device has a direct and quantifiable affect up to 100 km above and below its point of installation in the ground. By installing these units, entropic energy is considerably increased, allowing for complete remediation over sizable areas. Nature EBO series units also reverse desertification leading to significant plant growth and to forest restoration.


The left diagram reflected on Page 4, reflects horizontal installation of EBO devices for remediation of land, water bodies and industrial tanking systems. Depending on the devices’ actual target pollutants to remediate, there are horizontal installation methods as well as “in line” installations methods for the EBO units. Horizontal installation is for soil, farm land, water tanks, facilities , rivers, lakes, marshes and sea remediation.  “In line” installation reflected on the diagram on the right side of Page 4, is to enhance and improve the quality of solids, liquids, and gases in piping. (I.e. elimination of wax build up in crude oil pipelines). By installing In Line EBO devices on the outer surface of pipes, “purple ray particles” (see “Pollution Remediation” document for full explanation) increases 2,000 meters in front of as well as behind the area where the EBO is installed. In addition, purple ray particles can increase within a radius of up to 50 km measured from the epicenter of where the EBO device is installed. These systems cause the creation of a high entropic state, therefore, free radicals and active oxygen are significantly decreased. As a result, oxidative effects will convert to reductive effects, and micro-organisms will propagate, and thus oxidation, putrefaction, corrosion, abrasion, and incomplete combustion can be significantly reversed in the atmosphere, siphons , and in liquids.


Brochure Page 5. Soil Pollution Processing


The list on the left side of Page 5, reflects substances which cause soil contamination . Soil pollution has become a global issue and while various treatment methods have been developed, they are laborious, take considerable time to implement, and are very intrusive to the ecosystem as well as exceptionally costly.


We have solved these problems by developing EBO technology. EBO units need only be placed underground at 20 to 30 cm depth and at certain predetermined intervals around the plot of land to be remediated. EBO systems can fully and completely remediate soil no matter how deep the pollutants have seeped and no matter what type of pollutants and concentrations are present. In addition, EBO technology allows the site owner to continue using the property without interruption while it is being remediated. Soil is not extracted nor diluted and there is, therefore , no need to use landfills or dumping sites.



The drawing on the top left of Page 6, lists some soil polluting substances such as toluene, fluorine, arsenic, sodium, mercury, hexavalent chromium, and benzene. EBO units fully remediate these substances in addition to others. EBO units should be placed underground at 20 to 30 cm depth and at 40 m intervals as shown in the diagram at the bottom center of Page 6.


With soil pollution, oxygen (02) electrons, which have rotating atoms on the outer orbits, are flipped by free electrons which are present around chemicals and heavy metals. This phenomenon entails a radical chain reaction and oxygen, which loses one electron due to flipping, thereby becomes active oxygen, which is a very strong oxidizer. Active oxygen destroys and  kills  microorganisms .  As microorganisms die off , contamination continues to spread since the microorganism population density is greatly reduced and is therefore incapable of digesting the pollutants at their normal pace. This is turn creates more active oxygen which prevents the ecosystem from being able to recuperate. EBO units cause unpaired oxygen (0), to pair up with oxygen electrons in the immediate vicinity thus converting active oxygen (0) to stable oxygen (02). By eliminating active oxygen, aerobic bacteria, which are useful microorganisms, will dramatically propagate and feed on the contaminants.


When microorganism population density increases, single grain structure soils will be converted into crumb structure soils, and ammonia and methane which occur in anaerobic environments, are eliminated along with  unpleasant odors . In addition, microorganisms feed on petroleum secondary-products and heavy metals which are contained in sludge and these contaminated substances are eliminated through enzymes which are secreted by microorganisms. EBO units will not only fully remediate the soil , but will also improve the quality of existing ground water located further below underground. EBO technology is effective , not only for soils, but also for the surrounding ecosystem thus greatly improving the food chain as well.


Brochure Pages 7 & 8. Actual Field and Test Results


Conventional soil remediation methods include soil washing, iron powder treatment, thermal treatment, bioremediation, pumping-up treatment of ground water, soil gas suction, solidification, insolubilization, containment , excavation, and replacement of soil. As already mentioned , these methods are very costly .


The map grid reflected on the right side of Page 7 , shows the actual placements where the EBD devices were buried in the soil. EBD devices were installed in each of the four corners of the contaminated area , as well as at 5 meter intervals between each corner .


Petroleum-derived organic compounds are highly toxic . They produce a high volume of active oxygen and such contamination leads to an increase in the concentration of blush ray elementary particles (see ” Pollution Remediation” document for a more detailed explanation) . Such compounds create active oxygen which in turn kill microorganisms. Once our EBO units are installed, a certain period of the time must transpire in order to eliminate the active oxygen and thus create a balanced state in which extremophiles (type of microorganism) can once again propagate. Once they propagate in sufficient population densities, they feed on the contaminants  and convert them into non-toxic substances .


EBD technology is effective for any pollutant targets and there is no limit to the size, depth, contamination concentrations, weather conditions, or temperature. This technology does not use any external electrical or battery power, chemicals, or non-indigenous bacteria. EBO technology can also remediate Total Petroleum hydrocarbon (TPH).


The red lines on the map grid on Page 7, mark the plot of land contaminated by fluorine for over a 20 year period. Soil analysis was carried out on July 8, 2003 and soil was collected from point A-3 and point A-B as reflected in the two bar graphs on Page 8. The soils were collected at the following depths below grade: 5 cm, 5-1O cm, 10-20 cm, 20-30 cm, 30-40 cm, and 40-50 cm.


The upper bar graph on Page 8, reflects the amount of fluorine contamination present at each of these indicated depths. As per international environmental standards, fluorine concentrations in soil, should be under 0.85mg/I; however, the  amount of fluorine solvent at the EBO remediation test site, contained 0.57- 4.2mg/I.


EBO devices were installed on November 11, 2004 in each of the four corners of the contaminated site, which measured 30m by 2m. After six months, on April 20, 2005, soil analysis was carried out and the results are reflected in the lower bar graph on Page 8. The two bar graphs demonstrate that the fluorine values at all depths between 5 cm and 40-50 cm in depth, were greatly reduced. The average rate of the fluorine compound reduction was 85%. Reduction rates at the deeper depths, were less than at the shallower depths. This was due to the fact that the devices where only in place for six months. Once the environmental standard was legally met, the plant operators obtained their permit and we were instructed to remove the EBO units. Had the EBO units been left in place for an additional few months, the EBO units would have caused every trace of Fluorine to be removed. We did not add any bacteria whether indigenous or non-indigenous nor was any form of soil dilution or removal involved.


Generally , three to ten months will be required until a balanced state can be produced once the EBO devices are installed.


Brochure Page 9. Processing Farm Land


The diagram on right side of Page 9 depicts a rice field with EBO units in place. The list on the left side, details the benefits of using EBO technology in farming . Please note that EBO technology can be used for any and all crops, not just for rice.


Two different kinds of EBO devices should be buried underground at 40 m intervals along the outer perimeters of the farm field. EBO Weed Control devices should be installed in each of the four corners of the farm filed as well as at 40m intervals around the outer perimeter. EBO Growth devices , should also be installed at 40 m intervals from each corner along the outer perimeter of the farm field. Both types of EBO devices should be placed inside polyvinyl chloride (PVC) pipes when they are buried underground so as to protect them from mole damage.


Cultivated land and rice fields differ in blush ray elementary particles concentration (see Pollution Remediation document for detailed explanation) . Rice fields employ high water volumes, which leads to an increase in the blush ray elementary particle concentration. This explains why  additional numbers of EBO devices are required as compared to other types of cultivated farm land. Cultivated farm land however, also contains a high concentration of the blush ray elementary particles allowing for  weed growth, which cause soil acidification. EBO technology curtails weed growth and also neutralizes the soil.



The optimal way to use EBO technology for farming applications, is to avoid the use of chemical fertilizers , herbicides and insecticides since these lead to an increase in the concentration of the blush ray elementary particles. Organic fertilizers may be used instead of chemical fertilizers if required. The amount of organic fertilizer required can be reduced by up to 30 % to 90 % depending on the type of crop and the original condition of the farm soil in question.


Brochure Pages 10 & 11.

EBO Device Installation and Rice Field Results


EBO devices were buried in one of the rice fields depicted in the photographs on Pages 10 & 11. Rice sprouts were planted in early May. Conventional rice farming entails dense rice sprout planting with each sprout located at 30 cm intervals in width and 15 cm intervals in length from the next sprout. With EBO Balance Farming however, planting is sparser , placing each sprout at 30 cm intervals and 30 cm distance from the next sprout (instead of 15 cm). In addition, conventional rice farming entails dense planting with 5 to 8 rice sprouts in one bundle at each interval. With EBO Balance Farming, only 2 to 3 rice sprouts were planted per bundle and at 30 cm intervals.


Rice sprouts tiller from one branch to multiple branches during their growth. Insufficient tilling is however often associated with conventional farming and this is why dense planting methods are employed. In fact, this method, leads to adverse effects during the growing season. Narrow spacing between each sprout causes poor ventilation which leads to a higher incidence of plant disease as well as a higher concentration of harmful insects.


The photograph on the top left of Page 11, shows the dense conventional planting method. The photograph on the bottom left, taken on August 10, 1994 shows the abundant rice plant growth in an EBO Balance farming field. The photograph on the bottom-center taken from a distance, shows that the green color of an EBO Balance Farming field, is much more vivid than that of conventional farming rice fields.


The photograph on the top right of Page 11, shows the branches of rice plants in a Balance Farming field. The individual branches were very thick. The photograph on the bottom right, shows the comparison between rice plants which were transplanted into pots after being harvested from a conventional farming field and rice plants harvested from an EBO Balance farm field.


By analyzing these harvested rice plants, the rice branches from conventional farming were smaller and thinner than the ones from EBO Balance farming . Conventional rice planting methods produced an average yield whereas the EBO Balance farming ‘s yield, was significantly higher (see quantified results in Section 12 below). It must also be noted that the rice field where the pilot test was carried out, had not been used for over five years and was weed infested. The weeds were effectively used by being plowed into the soil acting as a substitute fertilizer during the pilot test. There were no agricultural chemicals , herbicides, or insecticides used for this test. Please note that farmers should not enter the rice field more than necessary after the rice sprouts have been planted.


Brochure Pages 12. Actual Results


The data reflected in the chart on Page 12, shows a comparison between traditional farming and the EBO Balance farming method. Sixty rice roots were planted in a 3.3 square meter area in the conventional farming method, while thirty six roots were planted in a similarly sized area using the EBO Balance farming method. The height of the rice ears and the length of the roots with Balance farming , exceeded that of conventional farming . The average diameter of the stems were 6.5 mm with EBO Balance farming which is very thick. Thick stems can hold up heavy ears of rice. Machine harvest is thus facilitated and is more efficient to conduct with strong stems which stand erect.


The amount of tillers can be a useful barometer for rice growth. The conventional farming tillered 18 pieces of rootstock while EBO Balance farming tillered 25 pieces. As already explained in the section  11 above, 5 to 8 rice sprouts were planted in conventional farming while only 2 to 3 sprouts were planted with EBO Balance farming and yet, EBO Balance farming produced a higher yield using fewer sprouts I seedlings. Conventional farming yielded 100 pieces whereas EBO Balance farming yielded 150 pieces.


The photographs below the chart on Page 12, depict EBO Balance farming rice fields located  in Taguchi-machi , Maebashi-city in Gunma prefecture , Japan. The location of the EBO Balance farming field is marked by a red square line on the bottom photograph .


Both tracts of land on either side of the EBO Balance farming rice field are owned by the same farmer who had been carrying out both EBO Balance farming a s a test as well as conventional farming methods. This photogr aph taken in 2010 , shows the marked difference in the rice plant growth between EBO Balance farming and conventional farming .


Brochure Pages 13. Actual Results


An additional rice planting pilot test was carried out in Ushiku-machi, lbaraki-prefecture , Japan. The photograph on the top left of Page 13,  depicts sparse EBO Balance farming planting methods. The field  was  first  plowed  in order to bring the bottom  soil  layer  to  the  top. The  field  was  then  flooded with water up to 30 cm in depth. R ice sprouts were then planted at equidistant intervals. 2 to 3 rice sprouts were planted at 30 cm intervals in length and width. By observing the top adjacent field implementing conventional farming on the top left photograph taken on May 30, 1996, you will note that the rice plants are lush green while the EBO Balance farming field, shows only water due to the sparse planting method employed. The photograph on the center left, shows the completion of the sparse planting. Only water can be seen in the field.


The photograph on the bottom-left of Page 13, taken on June 11, 1996 and it shows that the adjacent rice field became fairly green while in the EBO Balance farming field, you will note mainly water with some sparse growth. The rice farmer who had been observing the “apparent” slow progress of the EBO Balance farming growth, was worried that the rice plants would not grow as well or be ready for harvest in time.


The photograph on the top right was taken on July 1, 1996, one month after planting and it shows the rapid growth of the rice plants in the EBO Balance farming field. These rice plants became greener and lusher than the ones in the conventional farming field even though you can still detect the standing water in the field.


The photograph on the center right taken on July 12, 1996, shows the rice plants which continued to grow at an accelerated pace as compared to the rice plants in the conventional farming field.


The photograph on the bottom right taken on October 3, 1996, was taken during the harvest season. Comparing the rice plants in the adjacent field and the rice plants in the EBO Balance farming field, the ears of the EBO Balance farming rice had become yellow and their stems were still green. The rice plants were still absorbing nutrition through  their  roots. The  rice grains continued  to  grow  and  the  nutritional  starch content increased.


The type of rice grown in this pilot test, was glutinous  rice called Mangetsu Mochi which is used in the production of high-grade Japanese-style confectionary. The 2 to 3 sprouts which had been initially planted on each spot, tillered  into 54 pieces. A normal yield of Mangetsu Machi rice, amounts to five bags (300 kg per 1000m2). The yield from the EBO Balance farming method however, was 9 bags (540 kg per 1000m2).


Conventional farming methods have led to extensive field oxidation and the soil’s structure oftentimes degrades to single-grain. In addition, agricultural chemicals and chemical fertilizers cause agricultural runoff which pollutes our water , cause harmful effects on the environment, negatively impact on human health and also negatively affect crop freshness and taste.


Our global environment has begun to change dramatically. There is a dire need for agricultural product which can cope with climate change, can offer increased yields, can be produced at reduced costs, can maintain taste and stay fresh for longer periods of time thus extending the necessary logistics period for transport to market. EBO Balance farming effectively and most affordably resolves these issues.


Brochure Page 14. Decontamination Mechanism


The flow charts on Page 14, should how organic and inorganic substances are converted and eliminated by microorganisms . All environmental pollution begins with an unbalanced state in the concentration of ultra-elementary particles between the airspace named “purple ray particle” and earth’s crust named “blush ray particles” (please see “Pollution Remediation” for a full explanation). A polluted environment leads to an increase in the blush particles which are present in the earth’s crust and it in turn, leads to a decrease in entropic energy which in turn deteriorates the food chain. This unbalanced contaminated energy, allows paired oxygen electrons which circulate around the atom’s outermost orbit to  be flipped , thus losing an electron and becoming unstable . This is called ‘active oxygen’ which  is a  strong  oxidizer  and  kills useful microorganisms .


When EBO units are installed, entropic energy gradually increases and the purple ray particles in the air space , begin to expand against the increased  blush  ray  particles  in  the  earth’s  crust .  When  both  sets  of ultra-elementary particle concentration equalize , free electrons which are present in the atmosphere , pair up with oxidizing active oxygen (0) to form oxygen (02). Microorganisms are better able to propagate much better in environments which are free of active oxygen .


Microorganisms do not feed on pollutants at random nor without cause and effect. They naturally identify and feed on pollutants which have been introduced into their environments. The presence of active oxygen however , severely impedes microorganisms ‘ ability to effectively perform their biological functions . Even when microorganism population density has been sharply curtailed due to the presence of active oxygen , they still retain their DNA mapping and once the oxidizing active oxygen has been removed from their immediate surroundings , they immediately start to propagate exponentially .


Microorganisms feed on all contaminated substances and the types of microorganisms change depending  on  the  types  of  contaminated substances present. Microorganisms secrete enzymes when they feed on the contaminated substances. They decompose contaminated substances through biosynthesis. Enzyme secretions from microorganisms are transmutation enzymes. Transmutation is defined as a phenomenon of specified elements which are converted into  different  kinds  of  elements .  Microorganism secreted enzymes contain metal ions. A small amount of metal ions causes aggregation of purple ray particles in the airspace. An increase in purple ray particles leads to an increase and/or a decrease in the amount of protons and neutrons in the atoms which compose the molecules of contaminated substances.


The flow chart on the left side on Page 14, contains a list of contaminated substances and the flow chart on the right side, contains a list of element transmutations. The elements of contaminated substances are converted into harmless substances through microorganism functions. Organic substances are converted into water and carbon dioxide.