Introduction to Plasma Technology in Agriculture
Plasma technology was developed by Iranian nuclear engineer, Mehran Tavakoli Keshe. The technology is basically a spaceship technology but has many uses and applications in fields other than space. Planets, galaxies, and other bodies in the universe have been rotating for billions of years without the need and/or use of motors or wings. Plasma technology utilizes the forces that interact to enable those bodies, for example, to spin.
When applied in agriculture, plasma technology is continuing to be developed and modified because research in the field of plasma agriculture is very new. It will change people’s understanding of plants, soils and agricultural practices in general. Plasma technology is completely transforming agricultural practices. It minimizes costs for agriculture practitioners, enhances health and healthy living for both producers and consumers, and virtually eliminate external inputs in agricultural systems globally. Over the next several years the utilization of Plasma technology in agriculture will grow exponentially globally. Please learn and share knowledge about Plasma technology and its applications and uses in agriculture. It is sustainable and does not damage the environment.
Gass in Nano State (GANS)
With full understanding of how plants absorb carbon dioxide from the atmosphere, Mehran Tavakoli Keshe designed a technology (see CO2 GANS) that replicates a plant’s leaf for the effective capture of CO2 and other gases in their Nano states (GANS). A gas in Nano state is a new state of matter, where a gas molecule that becomes Nano of itself appears as a solid state of matter (Keshe, MT, 2011. The Structure of Light). This simple GANS capture technology is completely transforming agricultural development and practice on earth.