Reprint from Dunxchins News.Xi Jan. 28, 2018 author: Mia Sorong Amazing research on Quantum Potatoes
Researchers in China and Germany have discovered Quantum String Theory extends even as far as the lowly potato.
Scientists are currently engaged in establishing definitive experiments to validate the results of research conducted in Germany last year in attempts to duplicate the results of experiments conducted at Wittenbach State University in Drunelspach, Germany which indicated that potatoes, even after separation from the plant roots, would somehow respond to the destruction of another nearby potato.
Using powerful new electron microscopes, a team of scientists detected minute shifts in living DNA strands in the cells of the separated potato when the host plant was stressed by the destruction of a still attached potato.
Dr. Shan Grunmodal and a team of elite graduate students conducted several complicated experiments in Germany last spring. With startling results.
In one experiment a common genus Solanum (potato) was separated from the host plant at Wittenbach University.. After separation it was flown on commercial transport to the University of West Chicago. When the potato was put under the electron microscope, the host plant was destroyed in Germany. Synchronized cesium clocks were used to record the exact time of the DNA shifts in Chicago.
The times were identical.
Physicists reviewing the results indicate that the only possible explanation for the instantaneous reaction of the tuber in the lab in Chicago is a quantum connection.
A team of physicists at Phulin University in Quan Do, China will now attempt to duplicate the results proving the theory of quantum connection. This research dovetails with their own ongoing experiments in quantum string applications in vegetables.
After earlier research seemed to indicate that root propagation and subsequent growth was aligned to existing quantum string theory principles. It was proposed to test the proposition that roots grew along established quantum connections.
Scientists said that such research could lead to the development of plants with much more complex root systems and help protect the plants from the natural stresses of weather as well as man-made pollution. It could also lead to a quantum increase in food production with harvests of vegetables increasing 100 fold.
If research in China is successful, future cities can be fed on much less irrigated land. Leading to the possibility of feeding the world on 1/100 the current farmland.