ACOUSTIC LIGHT WAVE USES A RADIO TRANSMITTER TO EXCITE PLASMA GAS IN A GLASS TUBE
The continuous frequencies emitted are similar to radio waves transmitted from a radio tower. When energy is emitted from a plasma tube antenna, it can be absorbed with correlating resistance. Resistance of the wave emitted from the plasma tube contrasts with microorganism frequencies (bacteria, viruses, etc.) and disintegrates them through membrane disruption in the body.