Millimeter Wave Therapy

B. Eckert, H. Truong, M. Izadjoo
ChiScan and Trideum Biosciences,
United States

Keywords: millimeter wave, cold atmospheric plasma, therapeutics


Millimeter wave therapy has been extensively studied in Eastern Europe. The apparatus varies from IMPATT and Gunn oscillators to IMPATT noise sources, while the power density can range from 1mW/cm^2 down to the Nano-watt range. In an effort to better understand the healing mechanisms of the plasma array, it would be helpful to construct a sensitive apparatus to look for radio signals in the millimeter wave range. The paramagnetic nature of oxygen results in ultrafine resonances in the 60 GHz range. Non-linear wave propagation in plasma can act as a mechanism for coupling energy into the oxygen molecule. If this generates wideband noise in the 60 GHz range, it could be a clue toward better understanding of the healing mechanisms of the plasma array. Since the plasma array consists of an array of thousands of plasma points, if the plasma generates a radio signal there may also be a mutual injection locking mechanism. The physical construction of the array also creates electrical resonances in the millimeter wave range. We also observed an unexplained magnetic forces (from the electric current of plasma array) opposing the force of gravity (levitation effect) when treating a large wound with the plasma array. The effect is not observed on normal skin, but may be chemical or energetic in nature. If the effect is energetic, it may be caused by subtle energy. Subtle energy has been postulated to consist of torsion waves, which implies a spin component. To look for an unexplained spin component generated by the plasma array, we intend to compare signals observed between right hand circular polarization (RHCP) and left hand circular polarization (LHCP).