Sharing the Earth and Humanity Foundation



Profile of the Foundation

The numerous disturbances our planet is going through, are unfortunately the responsibility of humans. Our absence of conscience drove us to think only on a short term basis without any attention to the actual consequences of our actions.

The ecological disasters generated by an economic activity lacking in good sense, created a severe and durable impact on the totality of the planet. Climate change is one of the most obvious visible effect.

In view of this alarming state of fact, and fed on a daily basis by new catastrophes of all kinds, we are tempted to fall into a depressive mood of fatality and helplessness in front of the emergency. Solutions however, are available. They are the fruit of good will people who are determined to restore our world and bring it back into an environment where no one will fear thirst and hunger, and will live in a sane environment.

This is the philosophy of the Share Heart and Humanity Foundation. The name itself, indicates its rationale. It reunites the three fundamental criteria of its action: the Earth which is the most precious common good that me must take the greatest care of, it allows us to keep our Humanity and its inner notion of sharing.

The founder wishes to bring an evolution in this world by the realisation of chosen constructive projects, that will be centric on the respect of nature and its occupants. The Share Heart and Humanity Foundation is a beacon of Peace and Harmony, a concrete hope based on a vision of the future of our Humanity.

Human dignity, respect of the environment, the sharing of wealth, these are the values of the Share Heart and Humanity Foundation.

The founder started his life through an education in the agricultural field. Very early, his life was impregnated by the traditional values of the Earth.

A military career brought him the experience of toughness of life. Confronted by the realities in the field, he rapidly acquires the values of men in combat.

He believes in Justice, in the protection of Life and innocents. He wishes to dedicate his time on Earth, in the protection of Life.

He believes in the Human value that distinguishes between an error and silliness.


  1. Preamble

  2. The recurrent pluviometry deficit

  3. The domain of our studies

  4. Presentation of the solution

  5. Objectives

  6. Developments

  7. Addendum


The oxygenated water technology that contains at least between 40 parts per million to 120 parts per million of oxygen, is the result of the mastery of a method of electricity generation called by its inventor Nicola Tesla, the tribo-electricity1. It is a very unique discovery. When used in agriculture, the oxygenated water radically augments the economic productivity, the organoleptic quality (taste and nutritional principles) and carries the respect for the environment. Its usage avoids the use of fungicide agents against fungal diseases and antiparasitic illnesses. Moreover, it favours bacterial exchange. Oxygen, brings the full genetic potential by its action on the mitochondrial DNA of the seeds, and the production of the adenosine triphosphate.

The domains where oxygenated water can be used are numerous. Almost every single industrial process could benefit by the use of oxygenated water. Health care has already been the subject of clinical application and experiments, with extremely interesting and positive results especially on degenerative and viral diseases. Its usage in viral diseases is particularly evident in HIV1 and HIV2 ETC.


In the framework of this preamble, we will discuss particularly of the use of oxygenated water in agriculture, market gardening and arboriculture.

Intensive culture, the dangerous depletion of the soils, dietary pressures imposed by geopolitical games, a growing demography, all of these pushing towards an elevated demand in productivity, economic growth and higher performances. And we must always produce high quality products that will maintain the growth of health of present and future populations.

If we take as an example, the geographic perimeter of the department of Tarn (France) for its vegetal production, specifically its market gardening, its garlic production, and its arboriculture. This choice has been motivated by the diversity of productions that we encounter, but also by the influence of the climatic change that becomes apparent with important hydric stress periods.

In regard to the chosen productions, we have a wide array and we can establish field tests over a period of one to two years. As an example, the market gardening accounts for some fifty enterprises, the most recent of which are specialized in biological agriculture.

We can possibly extend our water technology to animal production. Tests done with bovines but equally on poultry resulted in much better growth, an augmentation of milk production in cows while avoiding completely the mastitis problems associated with chemical use methods, an almost total elimination of current pathologies associated with industrial methods of livestock production, have established the fact that the use of oxygenated water have an equal benefit on the health of animals. When used with horses, oxygenated water eliminates the problems of fragility of bones and interstitial pulmonary emphysema.

We solicit the aid from state agencies, such as the Departmental Chambers of Agriculture, the Agricultural Federations as well as all other entities related to the domain, to embrace the use of that natural technology that is without any toxicity for the environment and for the humans.


A climatic summary of France’s winter of 2016-2017 – Winter meteorology: December – January – February. Aa particularly DRY winter. Marked by an exceptional pluviometry deficit over the Hexagon accompanied by very contrasted temperatures over the months.

In Summary:

We had seasonal temperatures in December, then, hibernal ones in January with two episodes of cold snaps. Then France encountered a month of February with mild spring temperatures like. Temperatures were in conformity over most of the territory of the Hexagon except for lightly inferior average temperatures in the North East. On the other hand, from Limousin area all the way to the Mediterranean regions, temperatures were generally superior to seasonal values, locally up 1°C. In average, over France and its winter, temperature was 0.2°C superior to normal average.

Pluviometry was in extreme deficit2 except for the Corsica Region and of the Roussillon and Cévennes. The deficit often surpassed 50% from the East Rhônes-Alpes region to Provence-Alpes-Côte d’Azur region. On the other hand, in Corsica, following many episodes of heavy rain, the pluviometry surplus was superior by 60%. In average, over the whole country, the pluviometry deficit similar to the period of winter 1975-1976, was close to 40%. We are therefore talking of those five driest winters over the period from 1959 to2017.

Very generous in December and in January, sunshine was closer to normal in the month of February. In average on winter, the surplus reached 20% on most of the regions, with the exception of Hauts-de-France, the Provence-Alpes-Côte d’Azur and Corsica Regions.


For the years 2017/2018 we will concentrate our studies over three sectors of agriculture of the Department of Tarn.

We will target one market gardening enterprise, a pink garlic production enterprise and a vineyard, since these enterprises can support the “drip drip” method of sprinkling without any extra costs to the operators.



The Tarn, up to this day, accounts for more than fifty enterprises, spread over all the territory. A few enterprises created in the old days, are producing with old conventional methods, some vegetables to be sold in the wholesale market or sub wholesale market. In recent years, lots of small market gardeners entered into the biological production and decided to commercialize their products, on the direct sale market: the retail market or the basket market. We selected three enterprises of the market gardening for studies.


The Rose de Lautrec Pink Garlic, is a traditional trademark of the de Lautrec Region in the Department of Tarn in France. This production benefits since 1966 of the French Red Label “AIL ROSE” which means Pink Garlic in English, since June 12th, 1996 and of the European Label IGP “Ail rose de Lautrec” (Pink Garlic from de Lautrec area).

The protecting Agency for the defence of that trademark is the « Syndicat de défense du Label Rouge et de l’IGP Ail rose de Lautrec » whose Head Office is located in Lautrec. The Agency for the Certification and control is Société Qualisud.

The Pink Garlic from de Lautrec, draws its specific qualities before all from the argilo-carcaleous hillsides of the Tarn. The certified area for the de Lautrec Pink Garlic, is 360 hectare spread over the area labelled IGP/Label Rouge (which represents 88 communes in the south west of the Department).

In order to pretend using this RED LABEL and its IGP Ail Rose de Lautrec, the producers must respect a strict project specification that determines the following elements: conditions of preparation of the seeds, dates of the plantation, rotation of cultures, quantity of fertilizer, dates of picking up, conditions of drying, sorting and conditioning.

There are my varieties of the de Lautrec Pink Garlic that are certified

The traditional Rose de Lautrec (aka “forain”) and the certified seeds (Ibérose, Goulurose, Edenrose et Jardirose). We have to remind that the seeds are issued from bulbs and not from the seed since the garlic multiplies itself in a vegetative manner. The seeds produced by the floral stalk of the pink garlic, are in fact sterile.

If that particular spring presents season temperatures with a standard pluviometry, or even weak one, it is useless to sprinkle. In too many cases, an inappropriate irrigation is the source of may illnesses of the rust type or “café au lait”. Evidently, if the season is particularly dry with a soil that “breaks down in cracking”, like in 2003, then 30 or 40 mm or water will be very beneficial for the yield. A “drip drip” sprinkling is therefore strongly recommended. According to the different varieties, the density of the plantations, and the climatic conditions, the yield in commercialize able dry garlic varies between 4,5 tons/ha to 6 tons/ha.

Culture of Pink Garlic with Oxygenated Water

See Table page 13.


The Gaillac is a French wine with an original controlled trademark from the South West of France. Its production zone is located on both of the Tarn River, in the north west section of the Department and north east of the town of Toulouse.

Multi-faceted vineyard, it proposes red wines, primeur wines, rosé, dry white wine, pearled, sweet and sparkling. The principal variety of wines are: the len-de-l’el B, the mauzac B and R, the muscadelle and the sauvignon B for the white wines; for the red wines there are the duras N, the fer servadou N (or braucol) and the syrah N. Its surface of production represented in 2008, 8,923 hectares with a volume of production of 160,000 hectolitres.

The history of this vineyard is multi millennium; it was probably created by the Gaullois, before the arrival of the Romans and it was developed by the monks of Saint-Michel de Gaillac Abbey. Roger Dion and Marcel Lachiver, wine historians, both consider that with the other Côte-rôtie Gaillac, to be the most ancient vineyard of France. The reputation of its white wines brought this vineyard a special classification in AOC already in 1938. The same classification for the red wine came in 1970.

The slogan of the inter-professional commission of the Gaillac wines is: “ Gaillac, parce que les vins de l’avenir ont toujours un passé”

LA GAILLAC, from yesteryears to today

There is no randomness, Gaillac is one of the most ancient vineyard of the Gaulle. The culture of the vine, imported in Gaulle by the Phoenicians four centuries before JC, will develop in three principal birthplaces: the Côte-Rotie, l’Hermitage, and the Gaillacois. The presence of the vine and its utilisation for the elaboration of the wine will be confirmed in Montans. This commune close to Gaillac, was the shelter already in the 11th Century before JC, a large pottery dedicated essentially to the fabrication of amphora used for the transportation of the wine. Gaillac and the wine is a story as old as 200 years and nothing stands to chance. In fact, the expansion of our vineyard can be understood by the very favourable climatic conditions for the growing of the vine, and this is confirmed by the presence of very old wild vitis vinifera in the neighbourhood forests of Grésigne, and finally the last essential reason: its geographical situation. The town of Gaillac is implanted on the inferior part of the Tarn, at the beginning of the navigation zone, that joins the Garonne and goes straight to Bordeaux. It is equally at the intersection of important routes, notably the one of Toulouse-Rodez, towards Lyon. This network facilitated the transport of merchandise and in particular the wine. Gaillac was an important port that disappeared only by the end of 19th Century.

The touch of the Monks

In 972, Raymond the 1st of de Rouergue gives the town of Gaillac to father Saint-Michel, who will endeavour to build the famous Saint-Michel Abbey. One part of the Tarn vineyard, that was destroyed by the Maures, will be rebuilt and replanted by the Benedict monks of Saint-Michel Abbey. The viticulture will rapidly become an economic force for the region and will win the support of the Counts of Toulouse. This place of choice will be at the origin of the creation of strict rule the regulate the viticulture and the wine making process. Thus, eight centuries before the creation of the AOC, the Gaillac vineyard was already one of the most protected and organized in France: interdiction to mix wines with foreign wines, the pruning, the picking of the grapes, the interdiction to fumigate the vines.

The only authorized fertilizer was the pigeon-dung (aka “columbine”), and you will take note of the strong presence of pigeonholes around the vineyard. Finally, a very atypical element for the time, in label of wine had been initiated: Les Vins du Coq. Still in use since 1397, it will be officially recognized in 1501. Without any doubt, the oldest trademark of wine known in the wine growing world.

The rigorous work of the monks on the selection of the varieties and the respect of the Charter, will rapidly create the reputation of the vineyard. The pilgrims will essentially be responsible of this feast, Gaillac being on the route of Saint-Jacques de Compostelle. Appreciated by the Kings of France, the wines from Gaillac will also become those of the King of England and from Holland but will also attract the anger from the jurats from Bordeaux for long many years.

The vine is under attack

In 1709, a terrible winter hits France. In Gaillac, like in many other regions, the viticulture is strongly impacted. The vines are wounded or destroyed by the cold and the wine freezes in the wine storehouses where the barrels of wine exploded. In front of the shortages that cause an escalation in the price of wine, the grape growers embark on an unrestrained re-implantation and the quality of the wines suffered greatly. Although symbolic, this fate will mark a notable regression of the notoriety of the vineyard. Moreover, the wars with Britain and Holland, as well as the restrictions imposed by the Jurats from Bordeaux until 1776, will make the exportation of the Gaillac wines very complicated. Thus the trademark “Vin du Coq” is gradually abandoned and that the wines for Gaillac are sold to merchants from Bordeaux as a blended wine. The creation of the Canal du Midi, will facilitate the expansion of Bordeaux that used to find its blended wines in the Languedoc. This will not favour the rise of Gaillac wines, weakened also by the religious wars of the French Revolution of 1789. And in June of 1879, it is a hammer blow for the Gaillac grape growers with the arrival of grape phylloxera in the vineyard. This insect introduced in France from the American vines, will destroy the quasi-totality of the vineyards of the Hexagone. In the Tarn, on the 60,000 hectares of vines, 46,500 will be destroyed. The Gaillac people are tetanized, the crisis is optimal. Resistance will get organized bit by bit, with grafting of strains that could resist the phylloxera. Thirty years later the vineyard will have been completely restructured.

The reconstruction

Although reconstructed, the vineyard is subjected to a new destiny by the arrival of the two world wars that will cause the disappearance of very many grape growers. The people of Gaillac continue their battle to insure a quality production. A first wine cellar cooperative is created in 1903: the one from Saint-Michel Abbey, one of the very first of France. Its function will be to commercialize bottles of red and white wines, and regulate the prices. In 1935, the creation of INAO (Institut National des Appellations d’Origine) will bring back confidence in the Gaillac grape growers. In part due to the discipline installed since the origins in the vineyard; recognition does not wait, and in February 2nd of 1938, the white wines obtain the OAC. Red wines will obtain the label in 1970. Gaillac finds back a part of its identity, that was shaken in the previous centuries. Informed and always attentive to the profound changes that were happening with the consumers, the Gaillac grape growers have learnt how to rebound rapidly with the knowledge that tradition was synonymous of movement. Again the first slogan used by the interprofessional in the years 1990 is witness: « Parce que les vins d’avenir ont toujours un passé ! ».


We want to utilize the window pane « Agriculture Technology » of Fulmina Human Ressources, supervised by Professor Guy Montpetit and his team.

We are soliciting from Fulmina, the adequate computation concerning the use of the equipment for the oxygenation of water, with project tender to be used in the field.

We based our request after the reading of the website of Fulminaéthode-for-cultivating.

This technology will be coupled with the sprinkling method called “drip drip” or micro-irrigation. Micro-irrigation is a method used in arid zones, since it reduces to the minimum the use of water and fertilizers. There are many types of micro-irrigation, the most used today is the “drip drip” where the water drips slowly drip by drip in the area of the roots of the plant by a pipe system, that is either located on surface of the soil, or located directly at the rhizohphere underground. This technique is one of the most important innovation in agriculture since the invention of the sprinklers in the years 1930, that had already replaced the forms of irrigation that were taking too much water.

The “drip drip” method can also utilize some nozzles that pulverize the water on small zones (micro aspersions) this system also being used in orchards or for plants have larger roots.

Most of the systems of irrigation called “drip drip” use certain types of filters to prevent water from blocking the obstruction of the run-off pipe. Practically all manufacturers of these equipment insist that filters be installed barring which, they will not recognize the warranty.

Micro-irrigation is almost exclusively employed using potable water since regulations forbid most of the time to pulverize non potable water. Using micro-irrigation renders the use of traditional fertilizers on surface almost inefficient.

When correctly conceived and installed, micro-irrigation can help to realize important water economy by the reduction of its evaporation. Moreover, the “drip drip” method can eliminate a number of illnesses that are born by the contact of water with leaves. In conclusion, in the regions where the procurement and/or the supply of water are severely restricted, we can obtain a neat augmentation of the production while using the same amount of water as before.

The underground “drip drip” also is a source of economy of water but also of nitrogen. It favours the routing of the roots.

In very dry regions or in areas of sandy soils, the best technique consists in irrigating as slow as possible with less than one litre per hour.

We use micro-irrigation intensively in the culture of coconuts, the vine, citrus fruits, strawberries, corn and or tomatoes.


Our objectives is to eliminate the use of fertilizer or any other toxic chemical products and come back to natural methods of production, which are sane for the environment and for the consumers. We want to demonstrate that with the use of an appropriate water, the entrepreneur can realize quotas of quality and of production that will allow him a good life while being proud or his/her production. In other to achieve that, we will prepare a protocol over one season with the following titles:


Following this study, we are planning to study other geographic zones of agriculture. Staying with the domain of the “drip drip” technology, the production of olives in Andalusia is a natural experimental site that we should not neglect. It is a developing market that can compensate the particular situation of the Palm oil market. On the other hand, depending of strategic deicisions, the oxygenated water could penetrate the market of animal growth with the objective to eliminate the use of vaccines and other toxic substances that human ingest while they eat animal proteins.

The Solution – The Production of Oxygenated Water

We are proposing to utilize our mobile unit system of oxygenated water distribution. Our objective is to double and even triple your total production. We have in mind, in particular, the small producer, though, this technology could be applied to a diversity of plants and their culture, be they for the market garden, viticulture, cereal growth, olive production, arboriculture, horticulture, and others.

This mobile technology can be used for all practical purpose as it is in its present form of development. It was originally conceived to be applied to different situations. It is essentially a trailer (it looks like a metal container), made in totality with solid INOX, and can receive multiple number of oxygenator, according to the volume of water needed and the surface area to sprinkle.


Figure 1. Interior view of the mobile trailer and the oxygenators

This trailer unit is entirely autonomous energetically speaking; it is a small factory for the treatment of either source water, city water, it is equipped with a magnetic engine that will generate for free, all the electricity needed for your operation. Those needs include among other, the energy needed by the oxygenators (the smallest part), the need for air conditioning (heat or cold), pumping needs of the water from whatever source you have, and according to the quality of the water, the needs in purification, the energy for the pushing pumps toward the pipes that will water your plants and finally the energy needed to maintain the oxygenated water produced to in reservoirs, at a specific temperature of 4°C. The dimension of these reservoirs varies according to the number of units of oxygenator which in turn depends on the surface area of the territory to sprinkle, and the variety of plants production.

Capacity of production of oxygenated water of ONE oxygenator

Each oxygenator is conceived to produce a water which at the entry of the process does not dispose of more than a few particles per million of oxygen and will at the end of the process have integrated at the molecular level the oxygen that we have introduced in the form of a gas, up to one hundred and twenty (120) parts per million. All the tests have been conducted in our agriculture applications with an exit water that contained a minimum of (40 ppm) particles per million3. Our estimations as to the quantity of production after the use of oxygenated water are therefore based on a water containing an average of 40 ppm of integrated oxygen.


One only oxygenator will produce 136 litres of oxygenated water per minute. Let’s assume, as a hypothetical number, that in average the roots of plants will absorb one decilitre of water per hour, one oxygenator will be able to water 1360 li./min. X 60 minutes, that is to say 8,160 plants in one hour. Watering by night and watering by day will change your numbers. Normal practice is watering by the beginning of the evening till sunset.

If we know for each of our plant their minimum demand in water per day, we then know the necessary length of time of the ensemble of our plants.

Figure 1. William Henry

It is therefore possible to evaluate the number of oxygenators needed for your production. If it were the case that you your particular variety of plant would demand one litre per day, one oxygenator that would be programmed to provide one litre per day per plant, could water up to 81,600 plants, over a ten hour’ period (10) hours, in this case 136 li./min X 60 min. X 10 hours. If the need were one half of a litre per plant and per day, it could water 163,200 plants (twice as many).

We can build mobile trailers of different dimensions. The maximum number of oxygenators in one trailer is five. Reservoirs whose dimension is determined by the total quantity of water produced in a couple of hours and the amount needed by the surface area of your production (quantity per plant per hour)4.

Choice of the quality of the water at entry of treatment

Each agriculture production must insure a good source of water for their plants. We will use this water and transform it into super-oxygenated water. It is therefore important to understand and know the nature of the water with which we will work at the entry point.

We cannot work with a water which contains too many minerals, and at the opposite we cannot work with a water that contains absolutely no mineral (as it is the case for distilled water). We do not wish if possible to work with a water full of chemical products, certain river waters have become the receptacle of fertilizers transported by rain water. Water from municipalities often contains chlorine to disinfect the water.

If we have at the entry a source of water which content in minerals does not surpass 10 to 15 particles per million, then we do not need a pre-treatment of the original source of water.

In all other cases, our oxygenator will provide us an additional service. These machines can also desalinate sea water, transform a polluted water into a drinkable water, transform a used water into a living and consumable water, with sometimes not more than two treatments, according to the nature of the pollutants.

Certain situations related to the quality of the entry water will require the addition of certain pieces of equipment that will permit to obtain a good quality water with added production results.

Enriching the water

Adding oxygen to water is similar to the regenerative action of our lungs that clean the blue blood and transforms it into red blood. Our heart pumps that red blood all over our body almost every half a second. If you know that blood is composed of 85% of water, and if you know that it carries 120 ppm of oxygen, then you understand that it is similar to our oxygenated water. When we give oxygenated water to our plants, we send them a regenerative substance that re-initialize the mitochondrial genetic potential of cells, that improves the quality of the adenosine triphosphate, which in turn is the key to better organoleptic quality of vegetal.

Grape growers know since centuries in empirical manner, that the use of animal blood to “water” the roots of the vines, has a significant impact on their production. Romans and Aztecs were producing cement by replacing the water with human blood. The human sacrifice of salves was a custom conceived over an application. Not surprising that the cement they were building lasted for centuries as compared to the modern production of cement that cannot be guaranteed for more than 40 to 50 years.

It is evident that plants also have a need to absorb nitrogen and that we need to bring it to them in the same manner as we did for oxygen, namely by integrating nitrogen in the form of gas. Having done that, we alternate the pushing of water to the plants containing oxygen and the pushing of water containing nitrogen. Decisions have to be made in using the night time and the day time available.

Methods of watering

Market gardeners understand the financial cost of water. It is therefore necessary that we study the most favourable method of watering in order to provide the plant all the water it needs, but only the water it needs. Wastage of water is a cost that we cannot ignore. One “drip drip” method will install the pipes underground and another method will install them above ground with pipes designed specifically to water a specific plant with predetermined spacing of plants and size of watering for each plant. We must determine the maximum daily amount of water is needed per plant and which method is the most favourable for each plant, according to your production.

Night watering using water canon

This method can be applied to market gardening of large dimension. It also applies for large scale production of cereals. It consists of a nocturnal watering; the mobile unit being connected on the water cannons. We must plan the amount of water already known (see table of Watering Figure p. 13); we are of the opinion that the results on your global production will rise to be double your actual production.

Once you have decided the methods, you must proceed to connect your pipes to one of the three or four exit connections of the trailer(s) that are pushing the oxygenated water.

This trailer can be moved with the aid of one of your tractors. Since it is completely autonomous (it does not need other sources of energy) you only have to decide the best place to plug your entry source. You must have already solved that kind of problem in your actual production.

Results you can anticipate

  1. You will double the volume of your production. If you use greenhouses it could be three of four times more. In a fully controlled environment you could obtain up to ten times your actual production.

  1. You will significantly reduce your consumption of water.

  1. You will not need to use fertilizers, all the genetic potential of the plant will be optimized. You will see in Addendum page 17 certain pictures of tomato plants in a special high temperature and high altitude experiment in Mexico, with minimum hydration. These tomato plants have reached more than 6 metres in height and a production of many hundreds of kilograms of tomatoes per plant. These results have been made possible by a special method of watering extremely well controlled including special clean rooms for the plants. But in all of these experiments, the use of oxygenated water and the adding of Nitrogen in measured ways, are an essential part of the results. These techniques produce results 10 times larger than the existing production and will also allow to augment the number of crops, by the reduction of time to attain these results. This whole production is entirely organic, does not contain any chemical fertilizers, is without pesticides. The organoleptic and biological quality of these plants is highly nutritive.

  1. You will not need to use pesticides. Plants in good health will repel the insects.

  1. The quality of the plant you will produce will be of exceptional superior quality to anything you have seen so far.

  1. For the same amount of work, you are doing presently, it is reasonable to conclude that your income will be largely superior.

  1. You will most likely continue to find a solution to weed control, you are already familiar with that situation.

  1. You will have to continue fighting the GMOs transported by the wind that will come and pollinize your plants.

Direction of the future

When we consider the profession of agriculture or the wine producer, we are force to admire that profession, and we are also conscious that it is also laced with traps. It is particularly the case if you are a small producer. The only reasonable solution is to augment your income and produce vegetables, fruits, cereals of exceptional quality that will demand a price of choice from the consumer.

We have studied this question in depth. We came to the conclusion that when you will see that a simple change in the quality of the water you use and offer to the plants, you can reach better results and that gradually you will find new satisfaction in your profession. At that point we will speak to you about our super nurseries.

Our nurseries

We have included in Addendum certain pictures of our nurseries, they are relatively very small in size. They have allowed us to develop and understand the mechanism of life and the growth of plants.

We understood in particular how to develop a system of watering the plant based on its desire for water. When a plant is thirsty, the plant tells you. And if you have a good system of perception and good ears, you can hear the desire of the plant. All plants are not thirsty at the same time and in the same manner. We therefore learnt how and when to provide them with oxygenated water, only when they request water, and in the quantity they expect at that moment in time.

Plants also like to hear the songs of birds. We provided them with this complement. Certain birds are hiding the light of the sun. Plants also taught us to provide them with sunlight when they need it. We then developed a endless pulley that allowed our artificial sun to move inside the nursery in such a way that it could reach every single bed of babies located in the nursery drawers. So when a plant was calling the sun could move up and down forward and backward to reach its calling friend and provide them with sunlight.

The did develop all necessary sensors so we could capture the language of these plants and interact properly.

This first version of our technology drove us to complete controlled environment for the production outside of nurseries, and this technology produce very exceptional results.


Figure 1. Newwborns of a plant once on the list of disappearance that we restored genetically

Figure 1. The nursery itself with its system of control of the growth and its system of water feeding.

Figure 1. Babies born in August have acquired 50 to 60 cm of height and same in roots in 9 days

Figure 1. On the 14th of September, they are taller than our gardener

Figure 1. Looking at an equatorial forest of tomato trees (a fruit) – look at the trunks of the trees

Figure 1. Grapes of tomatoes, like grapes of raisins

Figure 1. And now the trees have grown and we find light at the foot of the tomato trees

Figure 1. First system of watering the plant called Brumisation – it produces water mist

Figure 1. When a plant is well fed, it reaches its genetic potential, the root in turn, becomes the growth agent

1 Electricity generated by friction, for example when clouds pass over each other, and they generate sparks we refer to as lightning.

2 Average reference 1981-2010

3 One law of physics (promulgated by the British physicist William Henry (1774 – 1836)), predicted that it was impossible to integrate more than 14.6 particles per million of oxygen into water.

4 The milk industry already disposes of reservoirs up to 8,000 litres well refrigerated.