Dolf Zantinge

Presentation

Presentation:The Role And Impact Of Water In Our Biological Systems

Water is an element that plays a role in almost every biological system in our bodies, in animals, and in plants.  But strangely enough we have hardly any knowledge of water itself.  We think that water is just water.  But that idea is totally wrong.  There are many types of water and if water is in a chaotic state due to all kind of outside influences, we will experience a negative effect on our biological systems.  This presentation reveals what effects it can have and how we can solve many of these problems.

Bio
Dolf is an entrepreneur with a background in fibre optics, telecommunication, artificial intelligence, and data mining. Early in his career, he co-founded Syllogic, an international IT firm in the domains of AI, machine learning and database management systems. After Syllogic was acquired by Perot Systems, Dolf was European Director for the company. Later, he was the Director of IT at KPN, the largest Dutch telecom company. He founded and chaired UNET, one of the first fiber optics companies in Europe.

From a tech-heavy career, Dolf’s career took an unusual turn when he pursued the study of Chinese medicine / acupuncture and delved into the impact of electromagnetic frequencies on biological systems. This led to further research on photonics, physiology, light, and water. He partnered with Eric to develop the technology to create full spectrum coherent water and measure its positive effects on biological systems. He is passionate about providing holistic and natural solutions to counter the impact of electromagnetic radiation on our health and consciousness.

1:35-2:40 PM EST

Saturday Oct 9th Day 1: Livestream

The Role And Impact Of Water In Our Biological Systems

Water is an element that plays a role in almost every biological system in our bodies, in animals, and in plants.  But strangely enough we have hardly any knowledge of water itself.  We think that water is just water.  But that idea is totally wrong.  There are many types of water and if water is in a chaotic state due to all kind of outside influences, we will experience a negative effect on our biological systems.  This presentation reveals what effects it can have and how we can solve many of these problems.