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GDV Photoimaging technology used in Cell Phone Tab Bio Feedback Study, concluding that it Transmutes harmful EMF’s while providing emotional clarity!

Gas Discharge Visualization (GDV) technology is used worldwide in hospitals, clinics, research centers, medical practices, and with professional sports teams. This cutting-edge GDV digital Electro-photonic Imaging camera is used to capture and evaluate data related to specific organ systems and body parts.

An analysis of this Tensor tool was performed by GDV Source LLC. The data generated relates physical, emotional, and chakra energy response to the use of an active cellular phone (iPhone 5S) with and without the original Cell Phone Tab. It is worth noting that this study was done on very short term exposure to both iPhone and only a 5 minute exposure to the Vortex Cell Phone Tab.
Tensor technology is indeed a “conscious” technology. The one consistent answer is the device changes aspects of the user’s energy in all of the test subjects for the better. In all of the test subjects the iPhone had negative effect on at least one aspect of the user’s energy level after minimal exposure. It could be concluded after looking at the data that no two test subjects experienced the same changes after the cell tab was applied; however their most significant areas of imbalance were affected the most. Five of the six test subjects gained improved brain balance, which is the degree of functioning between left (conscious) and right (unconscious) brain function. Stress levels were improved 65% in test subjects, emotional energy was increased by 50%, where as physical energy was increased by 16%. Chakra alignment seemed to gravitate towards improved alignment with community overall. Three subjects experienced chakra alignment with the device.

“Electromagnetic fields produced by cell phones are classified by the International Agency for Research on Cancer as possibly carcinogenic on humans,” according to the WHO Media Centre.